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November 11, 2007

House Votes - H.R. 3355: Homeowners' Defense Act of 2007

H.Res. 802: Providing for consideration of H.R. 3355

On Ordering the Previous Question
Passed 222-191

On Agreeing to the Resolution
Passed 225-190


H.R. 3355: Homeowners' Defense Act of 2007
To ensure the availability and affordability of homeowners' insurance coverage for catastrophic events.

Debate

Amendments (GovTrack, Thomas)

Votes

H.Amdt. 885 by Rep. Klein [D-FL]
An amendment numbered 17 printed in the Congressional Record to make technical and conforming changes; add a new title which inserts new provisions on reinsurance coverage for qualified reinsurance programs; and to insert provisions requiring a study on the need for conditional coverage of commercial residential lines of insurance.
Agreed to 253-159

H.Amdt. 886 by Rep. Roskam [R-IL]
An amendment numbered 6 printed in the Congressional Record to insert clarifying language to the bill relating to best practices in building codes.
Failed 168-249

H.Amdt. 888 by Rep. Roskam [R-IL]
An amendment numbered 13 printed in the Congressional Record to insert clarifying language with respect to catastrophic loans and losses covered by such loans.
Failed 172-245

H.Amdt. 890 by Rep. Manzullo [R-IL]
An amendment numbered 1 printed in the Congressional Record to insert clarifying language relating to delinquency of loans made for assistance in connection with a natural or other major disaster.
Failed 176-242

H.Amdt. 895 by Rep. Shays [R-CT]
An amendment in the nature of a substitute numbered 5 printed in the Congressional Record to insert a complete new text.
Failed 166-246

On Motion to Recommit with Instructions
(consideration: CR H13367-13368; text: CR H13367)
Failed 175-239

On Passage
Passed 258-155


House Passes Disaster Insurance Bill
Disaster-prone states would get help confronting the crisis in available and affordable homeowner insurance under legislation passed Thursday by the House.

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