Rep. James Clyburn

Stats

District HD-SC-6
Party Democrat
Bills Introduced 20

Sponsored Legislation

Title: Commending the University of South Carolina women's basketball team for winning the 2017 NCAA National Championship.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-248

Subjects: Sports And Recreation

     

50% Republican support
50% Democrat support

Title: Paycheck Fairness Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1869

Subjects: Labor And Employment, Administrative Law And Regulatory Procedures, Civil Actions And Liability, Contracts And Agency, Department Of Education, Department Of Labor, Employee Hiring, Employment Discrimination And Employee Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (eeoc), Government Information And Archives

        

99% Democrat support
0% Independent support
0% Republican support

Title: Police Training and Independent Review Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1870

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigation, Prosecution, Interrogation, Disability And Health-based Discrimination, Disability And Paralysis, Government Employee Pay, Benefits, Personnel Management, Law Enforcement Administration And Funding, Law Enforcement Officers, Mental Health, Racial And Ethnic Relations

  

100% Democrat support

Title: Social Security 2100 Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1902

Subjects: Social Welfare, Aging, Disability Assistance, Employment Taxes, Government Trust Funds, Inflation And Prices, Interest, Dividends, Interest Rates, Self-employed, Social Security And Elderly Assistance, Wages And Earnings

     

99% Democrat support
0% Independent support

Title: African American Civil Rights Network Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1927

Subjects: Public Lands And Natural Resources, Government Buildings, Facilities, And Property, Government Studies And Investigations, Historic Sites And Heritage Areas, Parks, Recreation Areas, Trails, Protest And Dissent, Racial And Ethnic Relations, U.s. History

        

93% Democrat support
5% Republican support
1% Independent support

Title: Year-Round Pell Grant Restoration Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2084

Subjects: Education, Higher Education, Student Aid And College Costs

  

100% Democrat support

Title: Equality Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2282

Subjects: Civil Rights And Liberties, Minority Issues, Civil Actions And Liability, Consumer Credit, Due Process And Equal Protection, Elementary And Secondary Education, Government Employee Pay, Benefits, Personnel Management, Higher Education, Housing Discrimination, Museums, Exhibitions, Cultural Centers, Religion

        

98% Democrat support
0% Republican support
0% Independent support

Title: Recognizing National Foster Care Month as an opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges of children in the foster care system, and encouraging Congress to implement policy to improve the lives of children in the foster care system.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-314

Subjects: Families, Adoption And Foster Care, Commemorative Events And Holidays, Congressional Tributes, Social Work, Volunteer Service, Charitable Organizations

     

79% Democrat support
20% Republican support

Title: ENLIST Act Encourage New Legalized Immigrants to Start Training Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-60

Subjects: Immigration, Border Security And Unlawful Immigration, Immigration Status And Procedures, Military Personnel And Dependents

        

46% Republican support
52% Democrat support
0% Unaffiliated support

Title: Protecting Our Democracy Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-356

Subjects: Government Operations And Politics, Arizona, Computer Security And Identity Theft, Congressional Agencies, Congressional Operations And Organization, Congressional Oversight, Department Of State, Elections, Voting, Political Campaign Regulation, Federal Officials, Florida

        

98% Democrat support
0% Independent support
0% Republican support