House Vote on Trump's "Unalienable Rights Commission."
Jun 18, 2019
House Roll call 332
116th Congress 1st Session
Accepted: 231-187
Vote:
Roll call 332
Votes For:
231
   
Votes Against:
187
   
Not Voting:
20
   
The Trump administration created the "Unalienable Rights Commission," as a vehicle for narrowing the definition of human rights to conform to conservative ideas of family and sexuality. During debate on a 2019 spending package, House Democrats proposed a ban on funding for the commission.

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