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tv   Senate Vote on Instructions to Repeal the Affordable Care Act  CSPAN  January 12, 2017 11:46am-12:01pm EST

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a budget resolution that would start the process of repealing the 2010 health care law, and the house takes up that measure 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning and that will be live from the house floor here on c-span. right now on c-span, the senate vote early this morning on the affordable care act repeal. mr. schumer: tens of millions who will see their costs go up whether they are in the exchange or not, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not in order during a vote. debate is not in order during a vote. the gentleman from illinois. mr. durbin: i record it. on behalf of the down state
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hospitals of illinois, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not in order during a vote. the presiding officer: debate is not in order during a vote. vote: the presiding officer: debate is not in order during a vote. debate is not in order during a vote. the senate will be in order. mr. sanders: how am i recorded? on behalf of elderly people who cannot afford higher prescription drugs, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not in order. mr. leahy: mr. president, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. leahy: i join in my colleague from vermont, and i vote no.
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mr. nelson: i vote no. vote: mrs. mccaskill: because there is no replace, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. mr. cardin: on behalf of the people of maryland, i vote no. mr. brown: on behalf of the ohioans losing their insurance, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. a senator: ms. clerk, how am i recorded? you are dealing health care from americans. ms. cantwell: i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. mr. kaine: madam clerk? when i was sick -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote.
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the senate will be in order. mrs. shaheen: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mrs. shaheen: on behalf of hundreds of thousands of new hampshire -- the presiding officer: the senate will be in order, debate is not allowed during a vote. debate is not allowed during a vote. mr. heinrich: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. heinrich: on behalf of all the children of new mexico who gained coverage through medicaid expansion, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. the senate will be in order. mr. donnelly: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. donnelly: on behalf of the people of indiana, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. debate is not in order during a vote. ms. klobuchar: because there is no plan in the alternative, i vote no. the presiding officer: the
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senate will be in order. ms. baldwin: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. ms. baldwin: i vote no because the people of wisconsin did not send me here to take away their health care. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. mr. merkley: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. merkley: madam clerk, because repeal -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. the senate will be in order. mr. merkley: will hurt hundreds of thousands of oregonians, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. mr. coons: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. coons: on behalf of 50,000 native delawareans who will lose health care, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. the senate will be in order. mr. tester: madam clerk, how am
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i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. tester: on behalf of the 69 hospitals, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. a senator: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. the senate will be in order. debate is not allowed. the senate will be in order. a senator: and for all those with preexisting conditions, i stand up to vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. mr. casey: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. casey: i vote no on behalf of the children of pennsylvania. ms. catherine cortez cortez masi recorded? on behalf of the thousands of nevadans who will lose health care, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order.
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debate is not allowed. mr. schatz: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. schatz: i vote no on behalf of people who need mental health care. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. mrs. gillibrand: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mrs. gillibrand: i vote no on behalf of -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. a senator: this is rule and inhumane. mr. murphy: i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. a senator: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. a senator: on behalf of the thousands of new hampshire who are suffering from addiction and will lose treatment, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed. ms. hirono: madam clerk, how am i recorded?
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the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. ms. hirono: on behalf of the 200,000 seniors losing medicare, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. mr. warner: madam clerk, how am i recorded? on behalf of the children of the commonwealth of virginia, i vote no. a senator: madam clerk? mr. blumenthal: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. blumenthal: madam clerk, on behalf of all the people -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote. the senate will be in order. debate is not allowed during a vote. mr. wyden: because health care should not just be for the healthy and the wealthy, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. debate is not allowed during a vote. mr. whitehouse: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. whitehouse: on behalf of 14-year-old charlie in rhode
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island who suffers from -- the presiding officer: debate will not be in order. debate is not allowed during a vote. the senate will be in order. the clerk will proceed to call the roll. mr. whitehouse: i vote no. mr. reed: madam clerk, for the people of rhode island, i vote no. a senator: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. franken: i vote no on behalf of the more than 2.3 million minnesotans who can no longer be discriminated against. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. the clerk will continue the roll. ms. warren: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. ms. warren: madam clerk, on behalf of the republicans and democrats -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed.
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the senate will be in order. ms. warren: who worked for decades in massachusetts to bring health care to 97% of our people, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senate is out of order. no debate is allowed during a vote. a senator: madam clerk, how am i recorded? mr. king: my conscience compels me to vote no. ms. harris: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. ms. harris: on behalf of the five million californians who will be stripped of their right to have health care, my vote is no. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. a senator: mr. president? mr. manchin: mr. president, on behalf of the great people of west virginia, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during the vote. a senator: a how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded.
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mr. peters: on behalf of the people of the state of michigan who will lose health care, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not in order. mr. udall: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. udall: i vote no because this will hurt the citizens of new mexico and the republicans have no plan. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. the senate will be in order. mr. udall: no plan. a senator: mr. president? mr. van hollen: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. van hollen: because it is wrong to repeal and run, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senator will suspend. debate is not in order. a senator: madam clerk, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. markey: i vote no for the millions who will lose opioid coverage. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed. the senator will suspend debate.
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mr. bennet: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. bennet: thank you, mr. president. i would vote no on behalf of the children of colorado. the presiding officer: the gentleman from colorado will suspend. ms. heitkamp: mr. president, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. ms. heitkamp: on behalf of the thousands of people who receive health care in my state in rural hospitals -- the presiding officer: debate is not allowed. ms. heitkamp: who know not how they will get health care if this passes without a replacement, i vote no. the presiding officer: the senator will suspend. mr. carper: mr. president, how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. carper: on behalf of those in delaware, i vote no. the presiding officer: debate is not allowed during a vote.
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vote: the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. the senator is not recorded. vote: a senator: mr. president? mr. booker: how am i recorded? the presiding officer: the senator is not recorded. mr. booker: i vote no for new jersey.
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vote: the presiding officer: is there any senator in the chamber who wishes to change their vote or vote? on this vote, the yeas are 51,
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the nays are 48. the concurrent resolution is agreed to. >> the house takes up that health care repeal measure tomorrow morning with live coverage here on c-span at 9:00 a.m. eastern. right now on c-span we go live to the u.s. house which takes up two bills dealing with financial regulation. and ever present, you sent your profit to your people when they were in need of hope and vision. may isiah's words guide the members of this people's house. send your spirit upon them and our nation, that we may be open to hearing your word and actively seeking the salvation you alone can bring. make of us a people of compassion and holiness, pursuing the avenues of just for all, may we be a sign to the community

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