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    This page contains bill sponsorships in the Senate and House. Bill sponsorships indicate the topics that legislators are most interested in, and spend the most time on.

11-HR217 on Jan 7, 2011

Bill Sponsorship: Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act
Source: H.R.217
Congressional Summary:Prohibits providing any federal family planning assistance to an entity unless the entity will not perform, and will not provide any funds to any other entity that performs, an abortion. Excludes an abortion where: (1) the pregnancy is the result of an act of rape or an act of incest against a minor; or (2) a physician certifies that the woman suffered from a physical disorder, injury, or illness that would place the woman in danger of death unless an abortion is performed.

Wikipedia Explanation:Title X of the Public Health Service Act, titled "Population Research and Voluntary Family Planning Programs" is a US government program dedicated to providing family planning services for those in need. Title X provides access to contraceptive services, supplies and information. Priority for services is given to persons of low-income.

Sponsor Remarks by Rep. Mike Pence:It is morally wrong to take the taxpayer dollars of millions of pro-life Americans and use them to promote abortion. Last year, Planned Parenthood received more than $363 million in revenue from government grants; and performed an unprecedented 324,008 abortions. The largest abortion provider in America should not also be the largest recipient of federal funding under Title X. The Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act will prevent any family planning funds under Title X from going to Planned Parenthood or other organizations that perform abortions. It will ensure that abortion providers are not being subsidized with federal tax dollars.

OnTheIssues Explanation: Federal money is never explicitly provided for abortions. But Planned Parenthood does provide abortions, paid for via private funds. At issue is the "fungibility" of money: Planned Parenthood can use federal funds to supplement their budget and hence free up other funds for abortion. This bill would end that practice.

Also see the related House of Representatives bill 2013 H.R.217.


    Participating counts on VoteMatch question 1. Question 1: Abortion is a woman's unrestricted right Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
  • Topic: Abortion
  • Headline: Prohibit federal funding to groups like Planned Parenthood (Score: -2)
  • Headline 2: Sponsored bill to prohibit fed funding of Planned Parenthood

  • Key for participation codes:
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  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.



Democrats participating in 11-HR217

Ralph Moody Hall s1oTexas Democrat 
Mike McIntyre s1oNorth Carolina Democrat 



Republicans participating in 11-HR217

Robert Aderholt s1oAlabama Republican 
Michele Bachmann s1oMinnesota Republican 
Spencer Bachus s1oAlabama Republican 
Roscoe Bartlett s1oMaryland Republican 
Gus Bilirakis s1oFlorida Republican 
Rob Bishop s1oUtah Republican 
Diane Black s1oTennessee Republican 
Marsha Blackburn s1oTennessee Republican 
Kevin Brady s1oTexas Republican 
Mo Brooks s1oAlabama Republican 
Paul Broun s1oGA Republican Challenger 
Vern Buchanan s1oFlorida Republican 
Larry Bucshon s1oIndiana Republican 
Ann Marie Buerkle s1oNew York Republican 
Dan Burton s1oIndiana Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Ken Calvert s1oCalifornia Republican 
John Campbell s1oCalifornia Republican 
Quico Canseco s1oTexas Republican 
John Carter s1oTexas Republican 
Steve Chabot s1oOhio Republican 
Jason Chaffetz s1oUT Former Republican Challenger (2011) 
Mike Coffman s1oColorado Republican 
Tom Cole s1oOklahoma Republican 
Mike Conaway s1oTexas Republican 
Chip Cravaack s1oMinnesota Republican 
John Culberson s1oTexas Republican 
Geoff Davis s1oKentucky Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Sean Duffy s1oWisconsin Republican 
Jeff Duncan s1oSouth Carolina Republican 
Jimmy Duncan s1oTennessee Republican 
Renee Ellmers s1oNorth Carolina Republican 
Jeff Flake s1oArizona Republican (Senate run 2012) 
John Fleming s1oLouisiana Republican 
Bill Flores s1oTexas Republican 
Randy Forbes s1oVirginia Republican 
Virginia Foxx s1oNorth Carolina Republican 
Trent Franks s1oArizona Republican 
Cory Gardner s1oColorado Republican 
Scott Garrett s1oNew Jersey Republican 
Bob Gibbs s1oOhio Republican 
Phil Gingrey s1oGA Republican Challenger 
Louie Gohmert s1oTexas Republican 
Bob Goodlatte s1oVirginia Republican 
Paul Gosar s1oArizona Republican 
Trey Gowdy s1oSouth Carolina Republican 
Tom Graves s1oGeorgia Republican 
Gregg Harper s1oMississippi Republican 
Vicky Hartzler s1oMissouri Republican 
Jeb Hensarling s1oTexas Republican 
Wally Herger s1oCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Tim Huelskamp s1oKansas Republican 
Bill Huizenga s1oMichigan Republican 
Duncan Hunter s1oCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2008) 
Lynn Jenkins s1oKansas Republican 
Bill Johnson s1oOhio Republican 
Walter Beaman Jones s1oNorth Carolina Republican 
Jim Jordan s1oOhio Republican 
Steve King s1oIowa Republican 
Adam Kinzinger s1oIllinois Republican 
John Kline s1oMinnesota Republican 
Doug Lamborn s1oColorado Republican 
James Lankford s1oOklahoma Republican 
Billy Long s1oMissouri Republican 
Blaine Luetkemeyer s1oMissouri Republican 
Cynthia Lummis s1oWyoming Republican 
Donald Manzullo s1oIllinois Republican (Lost 2012 Primary) 
Kenny Marchant s1oTexas Republican 
Michael McCaul s1oTexas Republican 
Tom McClintock s1oCA03 Former Republican Challenger (2003) 
Thad McCotter s1oMichigan Republican 
Patrick McHenry s1oNorth Carolina Republican 
Buck McKeon s1oCalifornia Republican 
David McKinley s1oWest Virginia Republican 
John Mica s1oFlorida Republican 
Candice Miller s1oMichigan Republican 
Gary Miller s1oCalifornia Republican 
Jeff Miller s1oFlorida Republican 
Mick Mulvaney s1oSouth Carolina Republican 
Tim Murphy s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Randy Neugebauer s1oTexas Republican 
Alan Nunnelee s1oMississippi Republican 
Pete Olson s1oTexas Republican 
Ron Paul s1oPOTUS Republican (Libertarian 1988) 
Mike Pence s2iIN Republican Governor 
Joseph Pitts s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Todd Platts s1oPennsylvania Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Ted Poe s1oTexas Republican 
Mike Pompeo s1oKansas Republican 
Bill Posey s1oFlorida Republican 
Tom Price s1oGeorgia Republican 
Ben Quayle s1oArizona Republican (lost 2012 primary) 
Tom Reed s1oNew York Republican 
Jim Renacci s1oOhio Republican 
Reid Ribble s1oWisconsin Republican 
Phil Roe s1oTennessee Republican 
Hal Rogers s1oKentucky Republican 
Michael Rogers s1oAlabama Republican 
Todd Rokita s1oIndiana Republican 
Dennis Ross s1oFlorida Republican 
Paul Ryan s1oPOTUS Republican 
Steve Scalise s1oLA Republican challenger 
Jean Schmidt s1oOhio Republican (Lost 2012 Primary) 
Aaron Schock s1oIllinois Republican 
Tim Scott s1oSC Republican Senator-Appointee 
John Shimkus s1oIllinois Republican 
Bill Shuster s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Christopher Smith s1oNew Jersey Republican 
Steve Southerland s1oFlorida Republican 
Marlin Stutzman s1oIndiana Republican 
John Sullivan s1oOklahoma Republican 
Lee Terry s1oNebraska Republican 
Glenn Thompson s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Tim Walberg s1oMichigan Republican 
Joe Walsh s1oIllinois Republican 
Allen West s1oFlorida Republican 
Lynn Westmoreland s1oGeorgia Republican 
Don Young s1oAlaska Republican 
Todd Young s1oIndiana Republican 



Independents participating in 11-HR217



Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 2
Republicans: 118
Independents: 0


















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