Scorecard, 113th Congress (2013-2014)

Legend: = supports NRF's position; = opposes NRF's position; = absent; blank = no data;
Name H.R. 803 H.R. 4457 H.R. 2575 H.R. 3309 H.R. 2667 H.R. 1120
Aderholt, Robert B. (R-Alabama-4)
Amodei, Mark E. (R-Nevada-2)
Barr, Garland H. (R-Kentucky-6)
Beatty, Joyce (D-Ohio-3)
Bera, Amerish B. (D-California-6)
Bilirakis, Gus M. (R-Florida-12)
Bishop, Sanford D. (D-Georgia-2)
Blumenauer, Earl (D-Oregon-3)
Bonamici, Suzanne (D-Oregon-1)
Brownley, Julia (D-California-26)
Buchanan, Vernon G. (R-Florida-16)
Bucshon, Larry D. (R-Indiana-8)
Burgess, Michael C. (R-Texas-26)
Calvert, Ken (R-California-41)
Cardenas, Antonio (D-California-29)
Carson, André D. (D-Indiana-7)
Carter, John R. (R-Texas-31)
Castor, Katherine A. (D-Florida-14)
Castro, Joaquín (D-Texas-2)
Chu, Judy M. (D-California-28)
Cicilline, David N. (D-Rhode Island-1)
Clark, Katherine M. (D-Massachusetts-5)
Clarke, Yvette D. (D-New York-9)
Cleaver, Emanuel (D-Missouri-5)
Clyburn, James E. (D-South Carolina-6)
Cohen, Steve (D-Tennessee-9)
Cole, Thomas J. (R-Oklahoma-4)
Connolly, Gerald (D-Virginia-11)
Costa, James Manuel (D-California-21)
Courtney, Joseph (D-Connecticut-2)
Crawford, Eric A. (R-Arkansas-1)
Cuellar, Henry R. (D-Texas-28)
Davis, Daniel K. (D-Illinois-7)
DeGette, Diana (D-Colorado-1)
DeLauro, Rosa L. (D-Connecticut-3)
DelBene, Suzan K. (D-Washington-1)
DesJarlais, Scott (R-Tennessee-4)
Diaz-Balart, Mario (R-Florida-26)
Duncan, Jeffrey D. (R-South Carolina-3)
Eshoo, Anna G. (D-California-16)
Fleischmann, Charles (R-Tennessee-3)
Foster, Bill (D-Illinois-11)
Foxx, Virginia A. (R-North Carolina-5)
Garamendi, John (D-California-8)
Gosar, Paul (R-Arizona-9)
Granger, Kay (R-Texas-12)
Graves, Samuel B. (R-Missouri-6)
Green, Al (D-Texas-9)
Griffith, H. Morgan (R-Virginia-9)
Grijalva, Raul M. (D-Arizona-7)
Guthrie, Brett (R-Kentucky-2)
Harris, Andrew P. (R-Maryland-1)
Higgins, Brian M. (D-New York-26)
Himes, Jim (D-Connecticut-4)
Hoyer, Steny H. (D-Maryland-5)
Hudson, Richard (R-North Carolina-9)
Huffman, Jared (D-California-2)
Huizenga, William P. (R-Michigan-4)
Jackson Lee, Sheila (D-Texas-18)
Jeffries, Hakeem (D-New York-8)
Johnson, Bill (R-Ohio-6)
Johnson, Hank (D-Georgia-4)
Jordan, Jim (R-Ohio-4)
Joyce, David (R-Ohio-14)
Kaptur, Marcy (D-Ohio-9)
Keating, William (D-Massachusetts-9)
Kelly, Robin L. (D-Illinois-2)
Kildee, Daniel T. (D-Michigan-8)
Kilmer, Derek C. (D-Washington-6)
Kuster, Ann (D-New Hampshire-2)
LaMalfa, Douglas L. (R-California-1)
Lamborn, Douglas L. (R-Colorado-5)
Larsen, Rick (D-Washington-2)
Larson, John B. (D-Connecticut-1)
Latta, Robert E. (R-Ohio-5)
Lee, Barbara (D-California-12)
Lofgren, Zoe (D-California-18)
Lucas, Frank D. (R-Oklahoma-3)
Luetkemeyer, Blaine (R-Missouri-3)
Lynch, Stephen F. (D-Massachusetts-8)
Massie, Thomas H. (R-Kentucky-4)
Matsui, Doris O. (D-California-7)
McCarthy, Kevin O. (R-California-2)
McCaul, Michael T. (R-Texas-1)
McClintock, Thomas M. (R-California-5)
McCollum, Betty (D-Minnesota-4)
McGovern, James (D-Massachusetts-2)
McHenry, Patrick T. (R-North Carolina-1)
McMorris Rodgers, Cathy A. (R-Washington-5)
Meeks, Gregory W. (D-New York-5)
Meng, Grace (D-New York-6)
Moore, Gwen S. (D-Wisconsin-4)
Nadler, Jerrold (D-New York-12)
Napolitano, Grace F. (D-California-31)
Neal, Richard E. (D-Massachusetts-1)
Pallone, Frank J. (D-New Jersey-6)
Pascrell, William J. (D-New Jersey-9)
Payne, Donald M. (D-New Jersey-1)
Pelosi, Nancy P. (D-California-11)
Peters, Scott H. (D-California-5)
Pingree, Chellie (D-Maine-1)
Pocan, Mark (D-Wisconsin-2)
Posey, Bill (R-Florida-8)
Quigley, Michael (D-Illinois-5)
Rogers, Harold (R-Kentucky-5)
Rogers, Michael D. (R-Alabama-3)
Ruiz, Raul (D-California-25)
Ruppersberger, Charles A. (D-Maryland-2)
Sanchez, Linda T. (D-California-38)
Sarbanes, John P. (D-Maryland-3)
Scalise, Stephen J. (R-Louisiana-1)
Schakowsky, Jan (D-Illinois-9)
Schiff, Adam B. (D-California-3)
Schweikert, David (R-Arizona-1)
Scott, David A. (D-Georgia-13)
Scott, James Austin (R-Georgia-8)
Scott, Robert C. (D-Virginia-3)
Sewell, Terrycina A. (D-Alabama-7)
Sherman, Bradley J. (D-California-32)
Simpson, Michael K. (R-Idaho-2)
Smith, Adam (D-Washington-9)
Smith, Adrian M. (R-Nebraska-3)
Smith, Christopher H. (R-New Jersey-4)
Smith, Jason T. (R-Missouri-8)
Stewart, Christopher D. (R-Utah-2)
Swalwell, Eric M. (D-California-14)
Takano, Mark A. (D-California-39)
Thompson, Bennie G. (D-Mississippi-2)
Thompson, Charles M. (D-California-4)
Titus, Alice C. (D-Nevada-1)
Tonko, Paul D. (D-New York-2)
Turner, Michael R. (R-Ohio-1)
Vargas, Juan C. (D-California-52)
Veasey, Marc (D-Texas-33)
Velázquez, Nydia M. (D-New York-7)
Wagner, Ann L. (R-Missouri-2)
Walberg, Timothy L. (R-Michigan-5)
Wasserman Schultz, Deborah (D-Florida-25)
Waters, Maxine M. (D-California-43)
Weber, Randy (R-Texas-14)
Wenstrup, Brad R. (R-Ohio-2)
Williams, John Roger (R-Texas-25)
Wilson, Addison G. (R-South Carolina-2)
Wilson, Frederica S. (D-Florida-24)
Wittman, Robert J. (R-Virginia-1)
Womack, Stephen A. (R-Arkansas-3)

On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Concur in the Senate Amendments: H R 803 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (7/9/2014)

This legislation reauthorizes the Workforce Investment Act and provides more flexibility in how workforce training is conducted and would strengthen the role of employers in the system. In addition, H.R. 803 makes changes to the operation of state and local workforce boards to better react to the needs of their communities while working closer with local employers to find ways to best address training programs for their own communities.  back to top...

On Passage: H R 4457 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to permanently extend increased expensing limitations, and for other purposes (6/12/2014)

This legislation permanently extends expensing for small businesses under levels set by Internal Revenue Code Section 179 which expired at the end of 2013. This bill will give small retailers more access to capital to invest in their businesses and provide simplicity.  back to top...

On Passage: H R 2575 Save American Workers Act of 2014 (4/3/2014)

This legislation changes the Affordable Care Act’s definition of a full-time employee as one that works 30 hours a week to one that works 40 hours a week. This 30-hour rule was instituted as part of the Affordable Care Act, which requires employers who reach a threshold of 50 or more full-time or full-time equivalent workers to provide health insurance to all employees.  back to top...

On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 8 to H R 3309 (12/5/2013)

This legislation would reform patent litigation and protect businesses. The amendment 527 required the Patent and Trademark Offices to improve transparency and provide educational resources for small businesses, but it did not protect businesses from high litigation costs or prevent frivolous patent lawsuits. The amendment proposed an ineffective customer suit exception and lacked other important litigation reforms contained in the underlying bill.  back to top...

On Passage: H R 2667 Authority for Mandate Delay Act (7/17/2013)

This bill would provide a legislative one-year delay of the employer mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  back to top...

On Passage: H R 1120 Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act (4/12/2013)

This bill would help lessen the uncertainty for employers and employees with regard to actions taken by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) while appointments to the NLRB were under legal review. The bill requires the NLRB to cease all activity that requires quorum and would prohibit the Board from enforcing any actions taken after the January 2012 recess appointments until the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision on the recess appointments, the Senate confirmed a new Board, or when the term of last recess appointees in question ended at the end of the 1st Session of the 113th Congress. back to top...