Sponsored & Co-Sponsored Legislation

Bill # Bill Description Updated
S.1149 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to permanently extend the depreciation rules for property used predominantly within an Indian reservation.
S.1147 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to permit certain retired members of the uniformed services who have a service-connected disability to receive both disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs for their disability and either retired pay by reason of their years of military service or Combat-Related Special Compensation, and for other purposes.
S.1128 Sponsored  — A bill to provide for the continuation of higher education through the conveyance to the University of Alaska of certain public land in the State of Alaska, and for other purposes.
S.1084 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act to provide for the portability of professional licenses of members of the uniformed services and their spouses, and for other purposes.
S.1034 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the publicly traded partnership ownership structure to energy power generation projects and transportation fuels, and for other purposes.
S.967 Cosponsored  — A bill to provide for the automatic acquisition of United States citizenship for certain internationally adopted individuals, and for other purposes.
S.981 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Federal Assets Sale and Transfer Act of 2016 to ensure that federally recognized Indian Tribes are consulted before the sale or transfer of certain Federal civilian real properties, and for other purposes.
S.723 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Small Business Act and the CARES Act to extend the covered period for the paycheck protection program, and for other purposes.
S.898 Cosponsored  — A bill to require reporting regarding certain drug price increases, and for other purposes.
S.910 Cosponsored  — A bill to create protections for financial institutions that provide financial services to cannabis-related legitimate businesses and service providers for such businesses, and for other purposes.
S.926 Cosponsored  — A bill to plan, develop, and make recommendations to increase access to sexual assault examinations for survivors by holding hospitals accountable and supporting the providers that serve them.
S.924 Cosponsored  — A bill to establish a demonstration program to provide payments on eligible loans for individuals who are eligible for the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program.
S.844 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to treat certain amounts paid for physical activity, fitness, and exercise as amounts paid for medical care.
S.563 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act to prohibit certain financial service providers who deny fair access to financial services from using taxpayer funded discount window lending programs, and for other purposes.
S.826 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to establish a Medicare payment option for patients and eligible professionals to freely contract, without penalty, for Medicare fee-for-service items and services, while allowing Medicare beneficiaries to use their Medicare benefits.
S.843 Cosponsored  — A bill to establish the Committee on Large-Scale Carbon Management in the National Science and Technology Council and a Federal Carbon Removal Initiative, and for other purposes.
S.802 Cosponsored  — A bill to modify the Federal and State Technology Partnership Program of the Small Business Administration, and for other purposes.
S.799 Cosponsored  — A bill to require the Secretary of Energy to establish programs for carbon dioxide capture, transport, utilization, and storage, and for other purposes.
S.776 Sponsored  — A bill for the relief of Rebecca Trimble.
S.765 Cosponsored  — A bill to improve United States consideration of, and strategic support for, programs to prevent and respond to gender-based violence from the onset of humanitarian emergencies and to build the capacity of humanitarian actors to address the immediate and long-term challenges resulting from such violence, and for other purposes.
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