H.R. 2040: Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act – Public Law No: 110-451

Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act – Requires the Secretary of the Treasury to mint and issue, during 2014, up to 350,000 one-dollar coins designed to be emblematic of the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its contribution to civil rights in America.

Permits the Secretary to initiate sales of such coins, without issuance, before 2014. Terminates such minting authority after December 31, 2014.

Requires sales to include a $10 surcharge per coin, which shall be paid to the United Negro College Fund. Subjects the Fund to certain federal audit requirements and a specified issuance limitation.

Full Bill Text

  • Most Recent: H.R. 2040.ENR (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)
  • The previous versions of the bill, H.R. 2040.IH, H.R. 2040.EH, and H.R. 2404.RFS may be viewed online at THOMAS.

Bill Status

Introduced in House
Passed House
Voted on in Senate
Signed by President
April 25, 2007
April 1, 2008
Nov. 19, 2008
Dec. 2, 2008

For a U.S. bill to become law, it must pass both the House of Representatives and the Senate, and then get signed by the President.

H.R. 2040 was passed in the House by a voice vote on April 1, 2008. (A record of each representative’s position was not kept.) The Senate passed the bill by Unanimous Consent on November 19,2008. President Bush signed the bill into law (Public Law No: 110-451.) on December 12, 2008.

CoinNews Articles on or about H.R. 2040

  • Dec 2, 2008: Civil Rights Commemorative Silver Dollar Becomes Law
    President Bush is two for two, signing two coin bills into law on two consecutive days. The president signed the "Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act, H.R. 2040" on Tuesday, and the "U.S. Army Commemorative Coin Act" on Monday.

  • Nov 20 , 2008: Civil Rights Commemorative Silver Dollar Coin Passes Congress
    President Bush is two for two, signing two coin bills into law on two consecutive days. The president signed the "Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act, H.R. 2040" on Tuesday, and the "U.S. Army Commemorative Coin Act" on Monday.

  • April 2, 2008: Civil Rights Commemorative Coin One Step Closer: Legislation Passes House
    A year of near silence for the "Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act" ended yesterday when the House passed the bill by voice vote. The bill was first introduced by Rep. John Lewis [D-GA] on April 25 of 2007. While movement for the bill was quiet until yesterday, it gained 313 cosponsors within the last year that assured its passage.
  • July 9, 2007: Legislation Introduced for Civil-rights Coin
    A bill was introduced in the House and then Senate calling for a new commemorative coin honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. For coin enthusiasts, the $1 coin is spec-ed out to be 90% silver and minted in both uncirculated and proof qualities.

Sponsor of H.R. 2040

Related Bills

S.1437 is identical to H.R. 2040. It was introduced in the Senate on May 21, 2007. It has been read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

Bill Actions by Date

  • 4/25/2007: Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.
  • 6/7/2007: Referred to the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Monetary Policy, Trade, and Technology.
  • 4/1/2008 1:23pm: Mr. Scott (GA) moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill, as amended.
  • 4/1/2008 1:24pm: Considered under suspension of the rules.
  • 4/1/2008 1:24pm: DEBATE – The House proceeded with forty minutes of debate on H.R. 2040.
  • 4/1/2008 1:42pm: On motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill, as amended Agreed to by voice vote. (A record of each representative’s position was not kept.)
  • 4/1/2008 1:42pm: Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
  • 4/2/2008: Received in the Senate and Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
  • 11/19/2008:Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs discharged by Unanimous Consent.
  • 11/19/2008: Passed Senate without amendment by Unanimous Consent.
  • 11/19/2008: Cleared for White House.
  • 11/20/2008: Message on Senate action sent to the House.
  • 11/25/2008: Presented to President.
  • 12/2/2008: Signed by President.
  • 12/2/2008: Became Public Law No: 110-451.

Text of H.R. 2040: Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act, Public Law No: 110-451.

HR 2040 ENR (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)

One Hundred Tenth Congress

of the

United States of America


Begun and held at the City of Washington on Thursday,

the third day of January, two thousand and eight

An Act

To require the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of the semicentennial of the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,


    This Act may be cited as the `Civil Rights Act of 1964 Commemorative Coin Act’.


    The Congress hereby finds as follows:
      (1) On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks’ brave act of defiance, refusing to give up her seat to a white person on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama, galvanized the modern civil rights movement and led to the desegregation of the South.
      (2) On February 1, 1960, 4 college students, Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, David Richmond, and Ezell Blair, Jr., asked to be served at a lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, and lunch counter sit-ins began to occur throughout the South to challenge segregation in places of public accommodation.
      (3) On May 4, 1961, the Freedom Rides into the South began to test new court orders barring segregation in interstate transportation, and riders were jailed and beaten by mobs in several places, including Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama.
      (4) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was the leading civil rights advocate of the time, spearheading the civil rights movement in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s with the goal of nonviolent social change and full civil rights for African Americans.
      (5) On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., led over 250,000 civil rights supporters in the March on Washington and delivered his famous `I Have A Dream’ speech to raise awareness and support for civil rights legislation.
      (6) Mrs. Coretta Scott King, a leading participant in the American civil rights movement, was side-by-side with her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during many civil rights marches, organized Freedom Concerts to draw attention to the Movement, and worked in her own right to create an America in which all people have equal rights.
      (7) The mass movement sparked by Rosa Parks and led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., among others, called upon the Congress and Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson to pass civil rights legislation which culminated in the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
      (8) The Civil Rights Act of 1964 greatly expanded civil rights protections, outlawing racial discrimination and segregation in public places and places of public accommodation, in federally funded programs, and employment and encouraging desegregation in public schools, and has served as a model for subsequent anti-discrimination laws.
      (9) We are an eminently better Nation because of Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and all those men and women who have confronted, and continue to confront, injustice and inequality wherever they see it.
      (10) Equality in education was one of the cornerstones of the civil rights movement.
      (11) On September 10, 1961, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., wrote that African American `students are coming to understand that education and learning have become tools for shaping the future and not devices of privilege for an exclusive few’.
      (12) Over its long and distinguished history, the United Negro College Fund has provided scholarships and operating funds to its member colleges that have enabled more than 300,000 young African Americans to earn college degrees and become successful members of society.
      (13) Those graduates include Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as leaders in the fields of education, science, medicine, law, entertainment, literature, the military, and politics who have made major contributions to the civil rights movement and the creation of a more equitable society.
      (14) Congress has an obligation to lead America’s continued struggle to fight discrimination and ensure equal rights for all.
      (15) The year 2014 will mark the semicentennial of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.


    (a) Denominations- The Secretary of the Treasury (hereinafter in this Act referred to as the `Secretary’) shall mint and issue not more than 350,000 $1 coins each of which shall–
      (1) weigh 26.73 grams;
      (2) have a diameter of 1.500 inches; and
      (3) contain 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper.
    (b) Legal Tender- The coins minted under this Act shall be legal tender, as provided in section 5103 of title 31, United States Code.
    (c) Numismatic Items- For purposes of section 5136 of title 31, United States Code, all coins minted under this Act shall be considered to be numismatic items.


    (a) Design Requirements- The design of the coins minted under this Act shall be emblematic of the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its contribution to civil rights in America.
    (b) Designation and Inscriptions- On each coin minted under this Act there shall be–
      (1) a designation of the value of the coin;
      (2) an inscription of the year `2014′; and
      (3) inscriptions of the words `Liberty’, `In God We Trust’, `United States of America’, and `E Pluribus Unum’.
    (c) Selection- The design for the coins minted under this Act shall be–
      (1) selected by the Secretary after consultation with the Commission of Fine Arts; and
      (2) reviewed by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee established under section 5135 of title 31, United States Code.


    (a) Quality of Coins- Coins minted under this Act shall be issued in uncirculated and proof qualities.
    (b) Commencement of Issuance- The Secretary may issue coins minted under this Act beginning January 1, 2014, except that the Secretary may initiate sales of such coins, without issuance, before such date.
    (c) Termination of Minting Authority- No coins shall be minted under this Act after December 31, 2014.


    (a) Sale Price- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the coins issued under this Act shall be sold by the Secretary at a price equal to the sum of the face value of the coins, the surcharge required under section 7(a) for the coins, and the cost of designing and issuing such coins (including labor, materials, dies, use of machinery, overhead expenses, and marketing).
    (b) Bulk Sales- The Secretary shall make bulk sales of the coins issued under this Act at a reasonable discount.
    (c) Prepaid Orders at a Discount-
      (1) IN GENERAL- The Secretary shall accept prepaid orders for the coins minted under this Act before the issuance of such coins.
      (2) DISCOUNT- Sale prices with respect to prepaid orders under paragraph (1) shall be at a reasonable discount.


    (a) Surcharge Required- All sales shall include a surcharge of $10 per coin.
    (b) Distribution- Subject to section 5134(f) of title 31, United States Code, all surcharges which are received by the Secretary from the sale of coins issued under this Act shall be promptly paid by the Secretary to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to carry out the purposes of the Fund, including providing scholarships and internships for minority students and operating funds and technology enhancement services for 39 member historically black colleges and universities.
    (c) Audits- The United Negro College Fund shall be subject to the audit requirements of section 5134(f)(2) of title 31, United States Code, with regard to the amounts received by the Fund under subsection (b).
    (d) Limitation- Notwithstanding subsection (a), no surcharge may be included with respect to the issuance under this Act of any coin during a calendar year if, as of the time of such issuance, the issuance of such coin would result in the number of commemorative coin programs issued during such year to exceed the annual 2 commemorative coin program issuance limitation under section 5112(m)(1) of title 31, United States Code (as in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act). The Secretary of the Treasury may issue guidance to carry out this subsection.

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Vice President of the United States and

President of the Senate.

Cosponsor List

The following House members cosponsored the bill:

  • Rep Abercrombie, Neil [HI-1] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Ackerman, Gary L. [NY-5] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Aderholt, Robert B. [AL-4] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Akin, W. Todd [MO-2] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Alexander, Rodney [LA-5] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Allen, Thomas H. [ME-1] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Altmire, Jason [PA-4] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Andrews, Robert E. [NJ-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Arcuri, Michael A. [NY-24] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Baca, Joe [CA-43] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Bachmann, Michele [MN-6] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Bachus, Spencer [AL-6] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Baird, Brian [WA-3] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Baldwin, Tammy [WI-2] – 6/26/2007
    Rep Barrow, John [GA-12] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Bartlett, Roscoe G. [MD-6] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Bean, Melissa L. [IL-8] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Becerra, Xavier [CA-31] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Berkley, Shelley [NV-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Berman, Howard L. [CA-28] – 6/15/2007
    Rep Berry, Marion [AR-1] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Bishop, Sanford D., Jr. [GA-2] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Bishop, Timothy H. [NY-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Blackburn, Marsha [TN-7] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Blumenauer, Earl [OR-3] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Blunt, Roy [MO-7] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Bono Mack, Mary [CA-45] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Boozman, John [AR-3] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Bordallo, Madeleine Z. [GU] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Boren, Dan [OK-2] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Boswell, Leonard L. [IA-3] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Boucher, Rick [VA-9] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Boustany, Charles W., Jr. [LA-7] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Boyd, Allen [FL-2] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Boyda, Nancy E. [KS-2] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Brady, Kevin [TX-8] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Brady, Robert A. [PA-1] – 5/23/2007
    Rep Braley, Bruce L. [IA-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Broun, Paul C. [GA-10] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Brown, Corrine [FL-3] – 11/13/2007
    Rep Brown, Henry E., Jr. [SC-1] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Burton, Dan [IN-5] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Butterfield, G. K. [NC-1] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Capps, Lois [CA-23] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Capuano, Michael E. [MA-8] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Cardoza, Dennis A. [CA-18] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Carnahan, Russ [MO-3] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Carney, Christopher P. [PA-10] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Carson, Julia [IN-7] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Castor, Kathy [FL-11] – 5/23/2007
    Rep Chandler, Ben [KY-6] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Christensen, Donna M. [VI] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Clarke, Yvette D. [NY-11] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Clay, Wm. Lacy [MO-1] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Cleaver, Emanuel [MO-5] – 6/27/2007
    Rep Clyburn, James E. [SC-6] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Cohen, Steve [TN-9] – 6/7/2007
    Rep Cole, Tom [OK-4] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Conaway, K. Michael [TX-11] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Conyers, John, Jr. [MI-14] – 2/6/2008
    Rep Cooper, Jim [TN-5] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Costa, Jim [CA-20] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Costello, Jerry F. [IL-12] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Courtney, Joe [CT-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Cramer, Robert E. (Bud), Jr. [AL-5] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Crenshaw, Ander [FL-4] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Crowley, Joseph [NY-7] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Cubin, Barbara [WY] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Cuellar, Henry [TX-28] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Cummings, Elijah E. [MD-7] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Davis, Artur [AL-7] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Davis, Danny K. [IL-7] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Davis, Geoff [KY-4] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Davis, Lincoln [TN-4] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Davis, Susan A. [CA-53] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Davis, Tom [VA-11] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Deal, Nathan [GA-9] – 2/13/2008
    Rep DeFazio, Peter A. [OR-4] – 2/26/2008
    Rep DeGette, Diana [CO-1] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Delahunt, William D. [MA-10] – 2/27/2008
    Rep DeLauro, Rosa L. [CT-3] – 6/13/2007
    Rep Dingell, John D. [MI-15] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Doggett, Lloyd [TX-25] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Donnelly, Joe [IN-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Doyle, Michael F. [PA-14] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Drake, Thelma D. [VA-2] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Dreier, David [CA-26] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Duncan, John J., Jr. [TN-2] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Edwards, Chet [TX-17] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Ehlers, Vernon J. [MI-3] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Ellison, Keith [MN-5] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Ellsworth, Brad [IN-8] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Emanuel, Rahm [IL-5] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Emerson, Jo Ann [MO-8] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Engel, Eliot L. [NY-17] – 2/27/2008
    Rep English, Phil [PA-3] – 9/10/2007
    Rep Eshoo, Anna G. [CA-14] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Etheridge, Bob [NC-2] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Everett, Terry [AL-2] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Faleomavaega, Eni F.H. [AS] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Fallin, Mary [OK-5] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Farr, Sam [CA-17] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Fattah, Chaka [PA-2] – 5/23/2007
    Rep Filner, Bob [CA-51] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Flake, Jeff [AZ-6] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Forbes, J. Randy [VA-4] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Fossella, Vito [NY-13] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Giffords, Gabrielle [AZ-8] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Gilchrest, Wayne T. [MD-1] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [NY-20] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Gingrey, Phil [GA-11] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Gonzalez, Charles A. [TX-20] – 9/10/2007
    Rep Goodlatte, Bob [VA-6] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Gordon, Bart [TN-6] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Green, Al [TX-9] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Green, Gene [TX-29] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Grijalva, Raul M. [AZ-7] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Gutierrez, Luis V. [IL-4] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Hall, John J. [NY-19] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Hall, Ralph M. [TX-4] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Hare, Phil [IL-17] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Harman, Jane [CA-36] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Hastings, Alcee L. [FL-23] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Hayes, Robin [NC-8] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Herger, Wally [CA-2] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Herseth Sandlin, Stephanie [SD] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Higgins, Brian [NY-27] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Hill, Baron P. [IN-9] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Hinchey, Maurice D. [NY-22] – 6/7/2007
    Rep Hinojosa, Ruben [TX-15] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Hirono, Mazie K. [HI-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Hodes, Paul W. [NH-2] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Holden, Tim [PA-17] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Holt, Rush D. [NJ-12] – 1/17/2008
    Rep Honda, Michael M. [CA-15] – 1/17/2008
    Rep Hooley, Darlene [OR-5] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Hoyer, Steny H. [MD-5] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Hulshof, Kenny C. [MO-9] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Inslee, Jay [WA-1] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Israel, Steve [NY-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Issa, Darrell E. [CA-49] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Jackson, Jesse L., Jr. [IL-2] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Jackson-Lee, Sheila [TX-18] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Jefferson, William J. [LA-2] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Johnson, Eddie Bernice [TX-30] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Johnson, Henry C. "Hank," Jr. [GA-4] – 12/4/2007
    Rep Johnson, Timothy V. [IL-15] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Jones, Stephanie Tubbs [OH-11] – 5/23/2007
    Rep Jones, Walter B., Jr. [NC-3] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Kagen, Steve [WI-8] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Kanjorski, Paul E. [PA-11] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Keller, Ric [FL-8] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Kennedy, Patrick J. [RI-1] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Kildee, Dale E. [MI-5] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Kilpatrick, Carolyn C. [MI-13] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Kind, Ron [WI-3] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Kingston, Jack [GA-1] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Kirk, Mark Steven [IL-10] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Klein, Ron [FL-22] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Kline, John [MN-2] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Kucinich, Dennis J. [OH-10] – 10/24/2007
    Rep LaHood, Ray [IL-18] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Lampson, Nick [TX-22] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Langevin, James R. [RI-2] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Larsen, Rick [WA-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Larson, John B. [CT-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep LaTourette, Steven C. [OH-14] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Lee, Barbara [CA-9] – 5/23/2007
    Rep Levin, Sander M. [MI-12] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Lewis, Ron [KY-2] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Linder, John [GA-7] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Lipinski, Daniel [IL-3] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Loebsack, David [IA-2] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Lofgren, Zoe [CA-16] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Lowey, Nita M. [NY-18] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Lungren, Daniel E. [CA-3] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Lynch, Stephen F. [MA-9] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Mahoney, Tim [FL-16] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Maloney, Carolyn B. [NY-14] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Marshall, Jim [GA-8] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Matheson, Jim [UT-2] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Matsui, Doris O. [CA-5] – 6/26/2007
    Rep McCarthy, Carolyn [NY-4] – 5/23/2007
    Rep McCollum, Betty [MN-4] – 6/15/2007
    Rep McCotter, Thaddeus G. [MI-11] – 5/17/2007
    Rep McDermott, Jim [WA-7] – 1/15/2008
    Rep McGovern, James P. [MA-3] – 2/25/2008
    Rep McHugh, John M. [NY-23] – 2/14/2008
    Rep McIntyre, Mike [NC-7] – 2/28/2008
    Rep McKeon, Howard P. "Buck" [CA-25] – 12/19/2007
    Rep McMorris Rodgers, Cathy [WA-5] – 12/19/2007
    Rep McNerney, Jerry [CA-11] – 2/25/2008
    Rep McNulty, Michael R. [NY-21] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Meek, Kendrick B. [FL-17] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Meeks, Gregory W. [NY-6] – 6/27/2007
    Rep Melancon, Charlie [LA-3] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Michaud, Michael H. [ME-2] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Miller, Brad [NC-13] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Miller, Gary G. [CA-42] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Miller, George [CA-7] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Miller, Jeff [FL-1] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Mitchell, Harry E. [AZ-5] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Mollohan, Alan B. [WV-1] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Moore, Dennis [KS-3] – 2/6/2008
    Rep Moore, Gwen [WI-4] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] – 6/26/2007
    Rep Moran, Jerry [KS-1] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Murphy, Christopher S. [CT-5] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Murphy, Patrick J. [PA-8] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Murtha, John P. [PA-12] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Napolitano, Grace F. [CA-38] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Neal, Richard E. [MA-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Norton, Eleanor Holmes [DC] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Oberstar, James L. [MN-8] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Obey, David R. [WI-7] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Olver, John W. [MA-1] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Ortiz, Solomon P. [TX-27] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Pallone, Frank, Jr. [NJ-6] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Pascrell, Bill, Jr. [NJ-8] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Pastor, Ed [AZ-4] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Payne, Donald M. [NJ-10] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Pearce, Stevan [NM-2] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Perlmutter, Ed [CO-7] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Peterson, Collin C. [MN-7] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Petri, Thomas E. [WI-6] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Pomeroy, Earl [ND] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Price, David E. [NC-4] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Pryce, Deborah [OH-15] – 4/25/2007
    Rep Rahall, Nick J., II [WV-3] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Ramstad, Jim [MN-3] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Rangel, Charles B. [NY-15] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Reichert, David G. [WA-8] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Renzi, Rick [AZ-1] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Reyes, Silvestre [TX-16] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Reynolds, Thomas M. [NY-26] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Richardson, Laura [CA-37] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Rodriguez, Ciro D. [TX-23] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Rogers, Mike J. [MI-8] – 6/15/2007
    Rep Rohrabacher, Dana [CA-46] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Ross, Mike [AR-4] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Rothman, Steven R. [NJ-9] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Roybal-Allard, Lucille [CA-34] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Ruppersberger, C. A. Dutch [MD-2] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Rush, Bobby L. [IL-1] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Ryan, Paul [WI-1] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Ryan, Tim [OH-17] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Salazar, John T. [CO-3] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Sanchez, Linda T. [CA-39] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Sarbanes, John P. [MD-3] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Saxton, Jim [NJ-3] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Schakowsky, Janice D. [IL-9] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Schiff, Adam B. [CA-29] – 9/10/2007
    Rep Schwartz, Allyson Y. [PA-13] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Scott, David [GA-13] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Scott, Robert C. "Bobby" [VA-3] – 9/10/2007
    Rep Serrano, Jose E. [NY-16] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Sessions, Pete [TX-32] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Sestak, Joe [PA-7] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Shays, Christopher [CT-4] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Shea-Porter, Carol [NH-1] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Sherman, Brad [CA-27] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Shimkus, John [IL-19] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Shuler, Heath [NC-11] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Shuster, Bill [PA-9] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Sires, Albio [NJ-13] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Skelton, Ike [MO-4] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Slaughter, Louise McIntosh [NY-28] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Smith, Adam [WA-9] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Smith, Christopher H. [NJ-4] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Snyder, Vic [AR-2] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Solis, Hilda L. [CA-32] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Space, Zachary T. [OH-18] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Spratt, John M., Jr. [SC-5] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Stark, Fortney Pete [CA-13] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Stearns, Cliff [FL-6] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Stupak, Bart [MI-1] – 2/28/2008
    Rep Sutton, Betty [OH-13] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Tanner, John S. [TN-8] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Tauscher, Ellen O. [CA-10] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Taylor, Gene [MS-4] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Terry, Lee [NE-2] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Thompson, Bennie G. [MS-2] – 5/17/2007
    Rep Thompson, Mike [CA-1] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Thornberry, Mac [TX-13] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Tierney, John F. [MA-6] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Towns, Edolphus [NY-10] – 6/7/2007
    Rep Tsongas, Niki [MA-5] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Udall, Mark [CO-2] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Udall, Tom [NM-3] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Van Hollen, Chris [MD-8] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Visclosky, Peter J. [IN-1] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Walden, Greg [OR-2] – 2/14/2008
    Rep Walz, Timothy J. [MN-1] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Wamp, Zach [TN-3] – 12/19/2007
    Rep Wasserman Schultz, Debbie [FL-20] – 2/25/2008
    Rep Waters, Maxine [CA-35] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Watson, Diane E. [CA-33] – 2/6/2008
    Rep Watt, Melvin L. [NC-12] – 9/10/2007
    Rep Waxman, Henry A. [CA-30] – 1/15/2008
    Rep Weiner, Anthony D. [NY-9] – 2/26/2008
    Rep Welch, Peter [VT] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Weldon, Dave [FL-15] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Wexler, Robert [FL-19] – 1/17/2008
    Rep Wilson, Charles A. [OH-6] – 2/7/2008
    Rep Wilson, Heather [NM-1] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Wilson, Joe [SC-2] – 2/12/2008
    Rep Wolf, Frank R. [VA-10] – 12/18/2007
    Rep Woolsey, Lynn C. [CA-6] – 6/26/2007
    Rep Wu, David [OR-1] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Wynn, Albert Russell [MD-4] – 6/13/2007
    Rep Yarmuth, John A. [KY-3] – 2/27/2008
    Rep Young, C.W. Bill [FL-10] – 2/13/2008
    Rep Young, Don [AK] – 2/26/2008

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