. mr. andrews votes no. mr. miller votes aye. mrs. davis votes no. mr. wilson votes aye. mr. langevin votes no. mr. lobiondo votes no. mr. larsen votes no. mr. turner votes aye. mr. cooper votes no. mr. kline votes aye. ms. bordallo. ms. bordallo votes no. mr. rogers votes no. mr. courtney votes no. mr. franks votes aye. mr. loebsack votes no. mr. shuster votes aye. ms. tso 234 gas votes no. mr. conaway votes aye. ms. pingree votes no. mr. lamborn votes aye. mr. kissell votes no. mr. wittman votes aye. mr. heinrich votes no. mr. hunter votes aye. mr. owens votes no. dr. fleming votes aye. mr. garamendi votes no. mr. coffman votes aye. mr. critz votes no. fwlchlt rooney votes no. mr. ryan votes no. mr. platts votes no. mr. ruppersberger votes no. mr. riggell votes aye. mr. johnson votes no. mr. gibson votes no. ms. sutton votes no. mrs. hartzler votes aye. ms. hanabusa votes no. dr. heck votes aye. ms. hocl votes no. mr. schilling votes no. ms. speier votes no. mr. runyan votes no. mr. scott votes no. mr. griffin votes aye. mr. palazzo votes aye. mr. west votes aye. mrs. roby votes aye. mr.
] [inaudible conversations] >> how was mr. langevin recorded? >> mr. langevin is not recorded. mr. langevin records aye. >> the clerk will report the tally. >> the nose are 35. the aye are 26. >> said the amendment is not agreed to. the committee postponed further proceedings on the amendment offered by mr. kissel and number 177 shall not resume proceedings. question out occurs on the amendment offered by mr. said tree. the clerk will call the roll. [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] [roll call] >> how does mr. brady record? >> mr. brady has recorded us know. >> mr. brady does
island is recognized for five minutes. mr. langevin: mr. chairman, i rise in opposition to the language included in the f.y. 2013 that strips the justice department's ability to prohibit funding for swimming pools, an amendment that was discussed earlier this evening. as co-chair of the disabilities caucus and a person who has lived a disability by over 30 years, i'm more surprised some see such language included in an appropriations bill. in 2010, the department of justice issued regulations requiring public and commercial pools be made accessible by a ramp or fixed ramp. this was to break down barriers to recreational barriers. i understand some businesses believe that meeting these new requirements would impose an cost burden and i would like to dispell misunderstandings. the justice department's regulations require existing pool facilities to satisfy the accessibility standard if it is and i quote, readily achievable, which means it is easily accomplished and able to be carried out without much difficult or expense. this has been the governing legal principle of the a.d.a.
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