Rep. Eleanor Norton

Stats

District HD-DC
Party Democrat
Bills Introduced 184

Sponsored Legislation

Title: Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1841

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Administrative Law And Regulatory Procedures, Administrative Remedies, Congressional Oversight, Consumer Affairs, Department Of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (dea), Drug Trafficking And Controlled Substances, Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco Use, Executive Agency Funding And Structure

     

96% Democrat support
3% Republican support

Title: Smithsonian Women's History Museum Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-19

Subjects: Social Sciences And History, District Of Columbia, Executive Agency Funding And Structure, Museums, Exhibitions, Cultural Centers, Smithsonian Institution, U.s. History, Women's Employment, Women's Rights, Arts, Culture, Religion

           

76% Democrat support
22% Republican support
0% Unaffiliated support
0% Independent support

Title: Supporting ongoing efforts by the United States Government, in concert with the United Nations and the donor community, to respond to drought and food insecurity in the Horn of Africa.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-239

Subjects: International Affairs, Africa, Australia, Canada, Charitable Contributions, Congressional Tributes, Department Of State, Environmental Assessment, Monitoring, Research, Ethiopia, Europe

        

84% Democrat support
12% Republican support
3% Unaffiliated support

Title: Confidential Informant Accountability Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1857

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Congressional Oversight, Crimes Against Children, Criminal Investigation, Prosecution, Interrogation, Criminal Justice Information And Records, Drug Trafficking And Controlled Substances, Evidence And Witnesses, Government Ethics And Transparency, Public Corruption, Organized Crime, Pornography

  

100% Democrat support

Title: Supporting the goals and ideals of "Financial Literacy Month".

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-243

Subjects: Finance And Financial Sector, Commemorative Events And Holidays, Financial Literacy

     

90% Democrat support
10% Republican support

Title: Recognizing the significance of Equal Pay Day to illustrate the disparity between wages paid to men and women.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HCR-44

Subjects: Labor And Employment, Civil Rights And Liberties, Minority Issues, Commemorative Events And Holidays, Employment Discrimination And Employee Rights, Sex, Gender, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Wages And Earnings, Women's Employment

  

100% Democrat support

Title: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence" sermon condemning the Vietnam War and calling for a true revolution of values in the United States.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-246

Subjects: Civil Rights And Liberties, Minority Issues

  

100% Democrat support

Title: Stop AIDS in Prison Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1882

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Administrative Law And Regulatory Procedures, Correctional Facilities And Imprisonment, Department Of Justice, Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco Use, Evidence And Witnesses, Hiv/aids, Health Information And Medical Records, Health Promotion And Preventive Care, Infectious And Parasitic Diseases

  

100% 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: Expressing the sense of Congress that those who served in the bays, harbors, and territorial seas of the Republic of Vietnam during the period beginning on January 9, 1962, and ending on May 7, 1975, should be presumed to have served in the Republic of Vietnam for all purposes under the Agent Orange Act of 1991.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HCR-45

Subjects: Armed Forces And National Security, Administrative Remedies, Asia, Conflicts And Wars, Department Of Veterans Affairs, Disability And Paralysis, Hazardous Wastes And Toxic Substances, Veterans' Medical Care, Veterans' Pensions And Compensation, Vietnam

     

43% Republican support
56% Democrat support