United States Army Commemorative Coin Act of 2008 – Instructs the Secretary of the Treasury to mint and issue $5 gold coins, $1 silver coins, and half dollar clad coins as numismatic items emblematic of the traditions, history, and heritage of the U.S. Army, and its role in American society from the Colonial period to today.
Requires the design for such coins to contain motifs that honor specifically the American soldier of both today and yesterday, in wartime and in peace, consistent with the traditions and heritage of the U.S. Army, the mission and goals of the National Museum of the U.S. Army, and the missions and goals of the Army Historical Foundation.
Restricts coin issuance to the one-year period beginning on January 1, 2011.
Requires all surcharges from coin sales to be promptly paid by the Secretary to the Foundation to help finance the National Museum of the U.S. Army.
Full Bill Text
- Most Recent: H.R. 5714.ENR (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)
- The previous versions of the bill, H.R. 5714.IH, H.R. 5714.EH and H.R. 5714.RDS may be viewed online at THOMAS.
Introduced in House
Voted on in Senate
Signed by President
April 8, 2008
October 3, 2008
November 11, 2008
December 1, 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. 5714 was passed in the House on Oct. 3, 2008. A record was not kept for each House member’s vote. It was passed in the Senate on Nov. 11, 2008 without amendment by Unanimous Consent. President Bush signed the bill into law (Public Law No: 110-450) on December 1, 2008.
An identical bill, S. 2579, is in the Senate and was introduced on Jan. 30, 2008.
CoinNews Articles on or about H.R. 5714 or S. 2579
December 1, 2008: U.S. Army Commemorative Coin Act Signed into Law
President Bush on Monday signed into law the U.S. Army Commemorative Coin Act, H.R. 5714. The legislation surprisingly passed during the lame duck session in Congress as it enjoyed unanimous support in both chambers..
November 18, 2008: U.S. Army Commemorative Coin Act Passes to President
The Senate dismissed its lame duck session status on Monday and passed a bill to “mint and issue $5 gold coins, $1 silver coins, and half dollar clad coins as numismatic items emblematic of the traditions, history, and heritage of the U.S. Army, and its role in American society from the Colonial period to today.”.
October 6, 2008: U.S. Army and Museum Commemorative Gold and Silver Coins Pass Congress
The Senate and House passed legislation late last week seeking to commemorate in 2011 — with gold, silver and clad coins — the legacy and founding of the United States Army Infantry in 1775 and the establishment of the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center.
February 15, 2008: Legislation Introduced for United States Army Commemorative Coins
A newly introduced Senate bill would create commemorative coins to celebrate the establishment of United States Army, its heritage and role and to honor the men and women who serve and have served.
Sponsor of H.R. 5714
S. 2579: United States Army Commemorative Coin Act of 2008. Identical and introduced on January 30, 2008.
Bill Actions by Date
- 4/8/2008: Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.
- 10/3/2008 2:48pm: Mr. Skelton asked unanimous consent to discharge from committee and consider.
- 10/3/2008 2:48pm: Committee on Financial Services discharged.
- 10/3/2008 2:48pm: Considered by unanimous consent.
- 10/3/2008 2:49pm: On passage Passed without objection.
- 10/3/2008 2:49pm: Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
- 11/17/2008: Received in the Senate, read twice, considered, read the third time, and passed without amendment by Unanimous Consent.
- 11/17/2008: Cleared for White House.
- 11/18/2008: Message on Senate action sent to the House.
- 11/20/2008: Presented to President.
- 12/1/2008: Signed by President.
- 12/1/2008: Became Public Law No: 110-450.
HR 5714 ENR (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)
One Hundred Tenth Congress
United States of America
AT THE SECOND SESSION
Begun and held at the City of Washington on Thursday,
the third day of January, two thousand and eight
To require the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in recognition and celebration of the establishment of the United States Army in 1775, to honor the American soldier of both today and yesterday, in wartime and in peace, and to commemorate the traditions, history, and heritage of the United States Army and its role in American society, from the Colonial period to today.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the `United States Army Commemorative Coin Act of 2008′.
SEC. 2. FINDINGS.
The Congress finds that–
(1) the United States Army, founded in 1775, has served this country well for over 230 years;
(2) the United States Army has played a decisive role in protecting and defending freedom throughout the history of the United States, from the Colonial period to today, in wartime and in peace, and has consistently answered the call to serve the American people at home and abroad since the Revolutionary War;
(3) the sacrifice of the American soldier, of all ranks, since the earliest days of the Republic has been immense and is deserving of the unique recognition bestowed by commemorative coinage;
(4) the Army, the Nation’s oldest and largest military service, is the only service branch that currently does not have a comprehensive national museum celebrating, preserving, and displaying its heritage and honoring its veterans;
(5) the National Museum of the United States Army will be–
(A) the Army’s only service-wide, national museum honoring all soldiers, of all ranks, in all branches since 1775; and
(B) located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, across the Potomac River from the Nation’s Capitol, a 10-minute drive from Mount Vernon, the home of the Army’s first Commander-in-Chief, and astride the Civil War’s decisive Washington-Richmond corridor;
(6) the Army Historical Foundation (hereafter in this Act referred to as the `Foundation’), founded in 1983–
(A) is dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the American soldier; and
(B) seeks to educate future Americans to fully appreciate the sacrifices that generations of American soldiers have made to safeguard the freedoms of this Nation;
(7) the completion and opening to the public of the National Museum of the United States Army will immeasurably help in fulfilling that mission;
(8) the Foundation is a nongovernmental, member-based, and publicly supported nonprofit organization that is dependent on funds from members, donations, and grants for support;
(9) the Foundation uses such support to help create the National Museum of the United States Army, refurbish historical Army buildings, acquire and conserve Army historical art and artifacts, support Army history educational programs, for research, and publication of historical materials on the American soldier, and to provide support and counsel to private and governmental organizations committed to the same goals as the Foundation;
(10) in 2000, the Secretary of the Army designated the Foundation as its primary partner in the building of the National Museum of the United States Army; and
(11) the Foundation is actively engaged in executing a major capital campaign to support the National Museum of the United States Army.
SEC. 3. COIN SPECIFICATIONS.
(a) Denominations- In recognition and celebration of the founding of the United States Army in 1775, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of the Treasury (hereafter in this Act referred to as the `Secretary’) shall mint and issue the following coins:
(1) $5 GOLD COINS- Not more than 100,000 $5 coins, which shall–
(A) weigh 8.359 grams;
(B) have a diameter of 0.850 inches; and
(C) contain 90 percent gold and 10 percent alloy.
(2) $1 SILVER COINS- Not more than 500,000 $1 coins, which shall–
(A) weigh 26.73 grams;
(B) have a diameter of 1.500 inches; and
(C) contain 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper.
(3) HALF DOLLAR CLAD COINS- Not more than 750,000 half dollar coins, which shall–
(A) weigh 11.34 grams;
(B) have a diameter of 1.205 inches; and
(C) be minted to the specifications for half dollar coins, contained in section 5112(b) of title 31, United States Code.
(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 sections 5134 and 5136 of title 31, United States Code, all coins minted under this Act shall be considered to be numismatic items.
SEC. 4. DESIGN OF COINS.
(a) Design Requirements-
(1) IN GENERAL- The design of the coins minted under this Act shall be emblematic of the traditions, history, and heritage of the United States Army, and its role in American society from the Colonial period to today.
(2) DESIGNATIONS AND INSCRIPTIONS- On each coin minted under this Act, there shall be–
(A) a designation of the value of the coin;
(B) an inscription of the year `2011′; and
(C) inscriptions of the words `Liberty’, `In God We Trust’, `United States of America’, and `E Pluribus Unum’.
(b) Selection- The design for the coins minted under this Act shall–
(1) contain motifs that specifically honor the American soldier of both today and yesterday, in wartime and in peace, such designs to be consistent with the traditions and heritage of the United States Army, the mission and goals of the National Museum of the United States Army, and the missions and goals of the Foundation;
(2) be selected by the Secretary, after consultation with the Secretary of the Army, the Foundation, and the Commission of Fine Arts; and
(3) be reviewed by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.
SEC. 5. ISSUANCE OF COINS.
(a) Quality of Coins- Coins minted under this Act shall be issued in uncirculated and proof qualities.
(b) Mint Facilities- For each of the 3 coins minted under this Act, at least 1 facility of the United States Mint shall be used to strike proof quality coins, while at least 1 other such facility shall be used to strike the uncirculated quality coins.
(c) Period for Issuance- The Secretary may issue coins minted under this Act only during the 1-year period beginning on January 1, 2011.
SEC. 6. SALE OF COINS.
(a) Sale Price- The coins issued under this Act shall be sold by the Secretary at a price equal to the sum of–
(1) the face value of the coins;
(2) the surcharge provided in section 7(a) with respect to such coins; and
(3) the cost of designing and issuing the coins (including labor, materials, dies, use of machinery, overhead expenses, marketing, and shipping).
(b) Bulk Sales- The Secretary shall make bulk sales of the coins issued under this Act at a reasonable discount.
(c) Prepaid Orders-
(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.
SEC. 7. SURCHARGES.
(a) In General- All sales of coins minted under this Act shall include a surcharge as follows:
(1) A surcharge of $35 per coin for the $5 coin.
(2) A surcharge of $10 per coin for the $1 coin.
(3) A surcharge of $5 per coin for the half dollar coin.
(b) Distribution- Subject to section 5134(f) of title 31, United States Code, all surcharges received by the Secretary from the sale of coins issued under this Act shall be promptly paid by the Secretary to the Foundation to help finance the National Museum of the United States Army.
(c) Audits- The Foundation 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 Foundation 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.
The following Senate members cosponsored the bill:
- Rep Abercrombie, Neil [HI-1] – 4/8/2008
Rep Aderholt, Robert B. [AL-4] – 6/18/2008
Rep Akin, W. Todd [MO-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Alexander, Rodney [LA-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep Andrews, Robert E. [NJ-1] – 9/22/2008
Rep Baca, Joe [CA-43] – 7/29/2008
Rep Bachmann, Michele [MN-6] – 9/8/2008
Rep Bachus, Spencer [AL-6] – 9/26/2008
Rep Baird, Brian [WA-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Barrett, J. Gresham [SC-3] – 9/10/2008
Rep Barrow, John [GA-12] – 9/22/2008
Rep Bartlett, Roscoe G. [MD-6] – 4/8/2008
Rep Barton, Joe [TX-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Bean, Melissa L. [IL-8] – 7/29/2008
Rep Becerra, Xavier [CA-31] – 9/27/2008
Rep Berman, Howard L. [CA-28] – 9/27/2008
Rep Berry, Marion [AR-1] – 9/8/2008
Rep Biggert, Judy [IL-13] – 9/22/2008
Rep Bilbray, Brian P. [CA-50] – 9/26/2008
Rep Bilirakis, Gus M. [FL-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Bishop, Rob [UT-1] – 5/8/2008
Rep Bishop, Sanford D., Jr. [GA-2] – 9/22/2008
Rep Bishop, Timothy H. [NY-1] – 9/8/2008
Rep Blackburn, Marsha [TN-7] – 5/20/2008
Rep Blumenauer, Earl [OR-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Bonner, Jo [AL-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Bono Mack, Mary [CA-45] – 9/26/2008
Rep Boozman, John [AR-3] – 5/20/2008
Rep Bordallo, Madeleine Z. [GU] – 4/8/2008
Rep Boren, Dan [OK-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Boswell, Leonard L. [IA-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Boucher, Rick [VA-9] – 9/10/2008
Rep Boustany, Charles W., Jr. [LA-7] – 9/22/2008
Rep Boyda, Nancy E. [KS-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Brady, Kevin [TX-8] – 9/27/2008
Rep Brady, Robert A. [PA-1] – 4/8/2008
Rep Broun, Paul C. [GA-10] – 9/26/2008
Rep Brown, Corrine [FL-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Brown, Henry E., Jr. [SC-1] – 9/10/2008
Rep Brown-Waite, Ginny [FL-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep Burgess, Michael C. [TX-26] – 9/22/2008
Rep Burton, Dan [IN-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep Butterfield, G. K. [NC-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Buyer, Steve [IN-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Calvert, Ken [CA-44] – 6/18/2008
Rep Camp, Dave [MI-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Cannon, Chris [UT-3] – 9/22/2008
Rep Capito, Shelley Moore [WV-2] – 9/8/2008
Rep Capps, Lois [CA-23] – 9/27/2008
Rep Carnahan, Russ [MO-3] – 5/8/2008
Rep Carney, Christopher P. [PA-10] – 9/17/2008
Rep Carter, John R. [TX-31] – 9/22/2008
Rep Castle, Michael N. [DE] – 9/27/2008
Rep Castor, Kathy [FL-11] – 4/8/2008
Rep Chabot, Steve [OH-1] – 7/9/2008
Rep Chandler, Ben [KY-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Clarke, Yvette D. [NY-11] – 9/27/2008
Rep Clay, Wm. Lacy [MO-1] – 4/8/2008
Rep Cleaver, Emanuel [MO-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep Clyburn, James E. [SC-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Coble, Howard [NC-6] – 7/29/2008
Rep Cohen, Steve [TN-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Cole, Tom [OK-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Conaway, K. Michael [TX-11] – 9/17/2008
Rep Conyers, John, Jr. [MI-14] – 7/29/2008
Rep Cooper, Jim [TN-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep Costello, Jerry F. [IL-12] – 9/27/2008
Rep Courtney, Joe [CT-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Cramer, Robert E. (Bud), Jr. [AL-5] – 9/22/2008
Rep Culberson, John Abney [TX-7] – 9/26/2008
Rep Davis, David [TN-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Davis, Geoff [KY-4] – 4/8/2008
Rep Davis, Susan A. [CA-53] – 4/8/2008
Rep Davis, Tom [VA-11] – 7/29/2008
Rep DeGette, Diana [CO-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Delahunt, William D. [MA-10] – 5/8/2008
Rep DeLauro, Rosa L. [CT-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Dent, Charles W. [PA-15] – 7/29/2008
Rep Diaz-Balart, Lincoln [FL-21] – 7/22/2008
Rep Diaz-Balart, Mario [FL-25] – 9/26/2008
Rep Dicks, Norman D. [WA-6] – 9/22/2008
Rep Doggett, Lloyd [TX-25] – 5/8/2008
Rep Donnelly, Joe [IN-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Doolittle, John T. [CA-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Doyle, Michael F. [PA-14] – 9/26/2008
Rep Drake, Thelma D. [VA-2] – 7/29/2008
Rep Dreier, David [CA-26] – 7/22/2008
Rep Duncan, John J., Jr. [TN-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Edwards, Chet [TX-17] – 5/20/2008
Rep Edwards, Donna F. [MD-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Ehlers, Vernon J. [MI-3] – 7/22/2008
Rep Ellison, Keith [MN-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep Ellsworth, Brad [IN-8] – 9/22/2008
Rep Emerson, Jo Ann [MO-8] – 9/8/2008
Rep Engel, Eliot L. [NY-17] – 9/10/2008
Rep English, Phil [PA-3] – 9/17/2008
Rep Eshoo, Anna G. [CA-14] – 9/27/2008
Rep Etheridge, Bob [NC-2] – 7/29/2008
Rep Everett, Terry [AL-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Faleomavaega, Eni F.H. [AS] – 7/22/2008
Rep Fallin, Mary [OK-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep Farr, Sam [CA-17] – 5/8/2008
Rep Feeney, Tom [FL-24] – 9/17/2008
Rep Ferguson, Mike [NJ-7] – 9/26/2008
Rep Filner, Bob [CA-51] – 7/9/2008
Rep Forbes, J. Randy [VA-4] – 4/8/2008
Rep Fortuno, Luis G. [PR] – 7/9/2008
Rep Fossella, Vito [NY-13] – 9/27/2008
Rep Foster, Bill [IL-14] – 9/27/2008
Rep Franks, Trent [AZ-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Frelinghuysen, Rodney P. [NJ-11] – 9/27/2008
Rep Gallegly, Elton [CA-24] – 5/20/2008
Rep Gerlach, Jim [PA-6] – 6/18/2008
Rep Giffords, Gabrielle [AZ-8] – 9/27/2008
Rep Gilchrest, Wayne T. [MD-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [NY-20] – 5/20/2008
Rep Gingrey, Phil [GA-11] – 4/8/2008
Rep Gohmert, Louie [TX-1] – 7/22/2008
Rep Gonzalez, Charles A. [TX-20] – 6/18/2008
Rep Goode, Virgil H., Jr. [VA-5] – 6/18/2008
Rep Goodlatte, Bob [VA-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Green, Al [TX-9] – 7/29/2008
Rep Green, Gene [TX-29] – 9/27/2008
Rep Gutierrez, Luis V. [IL-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hall, John J. [NY-19] – 7/22/2008
Rep Hall, Ralph M. [TX-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hare, Phil [IL-17] – 5/20/2008
Rep Harman, Jane [CA-36] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hastings, Alcee L. [FL-23] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hayes, Robin [NC-8] – 9/26/2008
Rep Hensarling, Jeb [TX-5] – 5/8/2008
Rep Herger, Wally [CA-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Herseth Sandlin, Stephanie [SD] – 9/27/2008
Rep Higgins, Brian [NY-27] – 9/26/2008
Rep Hill, Baron P. [IN-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hinchey, Maurice D. [NY-22] – 9/8/2008
Rep Hinojosa, Ruben [TX-15] – 7/9/2008
Rep Hirono, Mazie K. [HI-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hobson, David L. [OH-7] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hoekstra, Peter [MI-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Holden, Tim [PA-17] – 9/26/2008
Rep Holt, Rush D. [NJ-12] – 9/26/2008
Rep Honda, Michael M. [CA-15] – 9/22/2008
Rep Hooley, Darlene [OR-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep Hulshof, Kenny C. [MO-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Hunter, Duncan [CA-52] – 4/8/2008
Rep Inglis, Bob [SC-4] – 9/27/2008
Rep Inslee, Jay [WA-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Israel, Steve [NY-2] – 9/22/2008
Rep Issa, Darrell E. [CA-49] – 9/8/2008
Rep Jackson-Lee, Sheila [TX-18] – 9/17/2008
Rep Johnson, Eddie Bernice [TX-30] – 9/27/2008
Rep Johnson, Henry C. "Hank," Jr. [GA-4] – 7/9/2008
Rep Johnson, Sam [TX-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Johnson, Timothy V. [IL-15] – 9/22/2008
Rep Jones, Walter B., Jr. [NC-3] – 9/22/2008
Rep Jordan, Jim [OH-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Kagen, Steve [WI-8] – 9/8/2008
Rep Kanjorski, Paul E. [PA-11] – 9/26/2008
Rep Kaptur, Marcy [OH-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Keller, Ric [FL-8] – 9/26/2008
Rep Kennedy, Patrick J. [RI-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Kind, Ron [WI-3] – 9/26/2008
Rep King, Peter T. [NY-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep King, Steve [IA-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep Kingston, Jack [GA-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Kirk, Mark Steven [IL-10] – 9/26/2008
Rep Klein, Ron [FL-22] – 6/18/2008
Rep Kline, John [MN-2] – 9/8/2008
Rep Knollenberg, Joe [MI-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Kucinich, Dennis J. [OH-10] – 9/26/2008
Rep Kuhl, John R. "Randy", Jr. [NY-29] – 7/22/2008
Rep LaHood, Ray [IL-18] – 7/22/2008
Rep Lamborn, Doug [CO-5] – 4/8/2008
Rep Lampson, Nick [TX-22] – 9/22/2008
Rep Langevin, James R. [RI-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Larsen, Rick [WA-2] – 9/10/2008
Rep Larson, John B. [CT-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Latham, Tom [IA-4] – 7/22/2008
Rep LaTourette, Steven C. [OH-14] – 9/27/2008
Rep Latta, Robert E. [OH-5] – 5/20/2008
Rep Lee, Barbara [CA-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Lewis, Jerry [CA-41] – 9/26/2008
Rep Lewis, John [GA-5] – 7/29/2008
Rep Lewis, Ron [KY-2] – 9/17/2008
Rep Linder, John [GA-7] – 9/27/2008
Rep Lipinski, Daniel [IL-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep LoBiondo, Frank A. [NJ-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Loebsack, David [IA-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Lofgren, Zoe [CA-16] – 7/22/2008
Rep Lowey, Nita M. [NY-18] – 9/10/2008
Rep Lucas, Frank D. [OK-3] – 9/26/2008
Rep Lynch, Stephen F. [MA-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Mack, Connie [FL-14] – 9/26/2008
Rep Mahoney, Tim [FL-16] – 9/10/2008
Rep Maloney, Carolyn B. [NY-14] – 7/22/2008
Rep Manzullo, Donald A. [IL-16] – 9/10/2008
Rep Marchant, Kenny [TX-24] – 9/27/2008
Rep Markey, Edward J. [MA-7] – 9/26/2008
Rep Marshall, Jim [GA-8] – 4/8/2008
Rep Matheson, Jim [UT-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Matsui, Doris O. [CA-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep McCarthy, Carolyn [NY-4] – 5/8/2008
Rep McCaul, Michael T. [TX-10] – 9/27/2008
Rep McCollum, Betty [MN-4] – 5/8/2008
Rep McCotter, Thaddeus G. [MI-11] – 7/29/2008
Rep McDermott, Jim [WA-7] – 7/22/2008
Rep McGovern, James P. [MA-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep McHenry, Patrick T. [NC-10] – 9/26/2008
Rep McHugh, John M. [NY-23] – 4/8/2008
Rep McIntyre, Mike [NC-7] – 4/8/2008
Rep McKeon, Howard P. "Buck" [CA-25] – 4/8/2008
Rep McMorris Rodgers, Cathy [WA-5] – 9/27/2008
Rep McNulty, Michael R. [NY-21] – 9/17/2008
Rep Meek, Kendrick B. [FL-17] – 9/26/2008
Rep Meeks, Gregory W. [NY-6] – 9/26/2008
Rep Melancon, Charlie [LA-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Mica, John L. [FL-7] – 9/26/2008
Rep Michaud, Michael H. [ME-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Miller, Brad [NC-13] – 9/8/2008
Rep Miller, Candice S. [MI-10] – 9/10/2008
Rep Miller, Gary G. [CA-42] – 9/26/2008
Rep Miller, Jeff [FL-1] – 4/8/2008
Rep Mitchell, Harry E. [AZ-5] – 5/8/2008
Rep Mollohan, Alan B. [WV-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Moore, Dennis [KS-3] – 7/9/2008
Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] – 7/29/2008
Rep Moran, Jerry [KS-1] – 9/17/2008
Rep Murphy, Tim [PA-18] – 9/26/2008
Rep Murtha, John P. [PA-12] – 7/22/2008
Rep Musgrave, Marilyn N. [CO-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Myrick, Sue Wilkins [NC-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Napolitano, Grace F. [CA-38] – 9/22/2008
Rep Neal, Richard E. [MA-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Neugebauer, Randy [TX-19] – 7/29/2008
Rep Ortiz, Solomon P. [TX-27] – 4/8/2008
Rep Pascrell, Bill, Jr. [NJ-8] – 9/27/2008
Rep Pastor, Ed [AZ-4] – 7/9/2008
Rep Paul, Ron [TX-14] – 9/27/2008
Rep Payne, Donald M. [NJ-10] – 9/10/2008
Rep Pearce, Stevan [NM-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Perlmutter, Ed [CO-7] – 9/8/2008
Rep Peterson, Collin C. [MN-7] – 6/18/2008
Rep Petri, Thomas E. [WI-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Pickering, Charles W. "Chip" [MS-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Pitts, Joseph R. [PA-16] – 9/27/2008
Rep Platts, Todd Russell [PA-19] – 9/10/2008
Rep Poe, Ted [TX-2] – 9/8/2008
Rep Pomeroy, Earl [ND] – 9/27/2008
Rep Porter, Jon C. [NV-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Price, David E. [NC-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Pryce, Deborah [OH-15] – 9/26/2008
Rep Putnam, Adam H. [FL-12] – 9/22/2008
Rep Radanovich, George [CA-19] – 9/27/2008
Rep Rahall, Nick J., II [WV-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Regula, Ralph [OH-16] – 9/26/2008
Rep Rehberg, Dennis R. [MT] – 9/27/2008
Rep Reichert, David G. [WA-8] – 9/26/2008
Rep Renzi, Rick [AZ-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Reyes, Silvestre [TX-16] – 4/8/2008
Rep Reynolds, Thomas M. [NY-26] – 9/26/2008
Rep Rodriguez, Ciro D. [TX-23] – 9/27/2008
Rep Rogers, Harold [KY-5] – 6/18/2008
Rep Rogers, Mike D. [AL-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Rogers, Mike J. [MI-8] – 9/27/2008
Rep Rohrabacher, Dana [CA-46] – 9/27/2008
Rep Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana [FL-18] – 9/8/2008
Rep Ross, Mike [AR-4] – 6/18/2008
Rep Rothman, Steven R. [NJ-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Ruppersberger, C. A. Dutch [MD-2] – 9/10/2008
Rep Rush, Bobby L. [IL-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Ryan, Tim [OH-17] – 9/27/2008
Rep Salazar, John T. [CO-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Sali, Bill [ID-1] – 9/27/2008
Rep Sanchez, Loretta [CA-47] – 4/8/2008
Rep Sarbanes, John P. [MD-3] – 9/22/2008
Rep Saxton, Jim [NJ-3] – 4/8/2008
Rep Schakowsky, Janice D. [IL-9] – 7/29/2008
Rep Schiff, Adam B. [CA-29] – 7/22/2008
Rep Schmidt, Jean [OH-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Schwartz, Allyson Y. [PA-13] – 9/26/2008
Rep Scott, David [GA-13] – 5/8/2008
Rep Scott, Robert C. "Bobby" [VA-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Sensenbrenner, F. James, Jr. [WI-5] – 9/26/2008
Rep Serrano, Jose E. [NY-16] – 9/26/2008
Rep Sessions, Pete [TX-32] – 9/26/2008
Rep Sestak, Joe [PA-7] – 4/8/2008
Rep Shadegg, John B. [AZ-3] – 9/26/2008
Rep Shays, Christopher [CT-4] – 7/22/2008
Rep Shea-Porter, Carol [NH-1] – 9/22/2008
Rep Sherman, Brad [CA-27] – 9/26/2008
Rep Shimkus, John [IL-19] – 9/27/2008
Rep Shuler, Heath [NC-11] – 7/9/2008
Rep Shuster, Bill [PA-9] – 9/27/2008
Rep Simpson, Michael K. [ID-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Slaughter, Louise McIntosh [NY-28] – 9/27/2008
Rep Smith, Adam [WA-9] – 4/8/2008
Rep Smith, Adrian [NE-3] – 9/27/2008
Rep Smith, Christopher H. [NJ-4] – 9/8/2008
Rep Smith, Lamar [TX-21] – 9/17/2008
Rep Snyder, Vic [AR-2] – 7/22/2008
Rep Souder, Mark E. [IN-3] – 9/26/2008
Rep Spratt, John M., Jr. [SC-5] – 9/10/2008
Rep Stearns, Cliff [FL-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Stupak, Bart [MI-1] – 9/10/2008
Rep Sullivan, John [OK-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Sutton, Betty [OH-13] – 9/27/2008
Rep Tancredo, Thomas G. [CO-6] – 9/26/2008
Rep Tanner, John S. [TN-8] – 7/22/2008
Rep Tauscher, Ellen O. [CA-10] – 4/8/2008
Rep Taylor, Gene [MS-4] – 4/8/2008
Rep Terry, Lee [NE-2] – 9/27/2008
Rep Thompson, Bennie G. [MS-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Thompson, Mike [CA-1] – 9/17/2008
Rep Thornberry, Mac [TX-13] – 9/26/2008
Rep Tiahrt, Todd [KS-4] – 9/26/2008
Rep Tiberi, Patrick J. [OH-12] – 5/20/2008
Rep Towns, Edolphus [NY-10] – 9/8/2008
Rep Tsongas, Niki [MA-5] – 4/8/2008
Rep Turner, Michael R. [OH-3] – 7/22/2008
Rep Udall, Mark [CO-2] – 5/20/2008
Rep Upton, Fred [MI-6] – 9/26/2008
Rep Van Hollen, Chris [MD-8] – 9/26/2008
Rep Velazquez, Nydia M. [NY-12] – 9/26/2008
Rep Visclosky, Peter J. [IN-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Walberg, Timothy [MI-7] – 9/27/2008
Rep Walden, Greg [OR-2] – 9/26/2008
Rep Walsh, James T. [NY-25] – 7/22/2008
Rep Walz, Timothy J. [MN-1] – 7/9/2008
Rep Wamp, Zach [TN-3] – 9/26/2008
Rep Waters, Maxine [CA-35] – 9/27/2008
Rep Watson, Diane E. [CA-33] – 9/26/2008
Rep Watt, Melvin L. [NC-12] – 9/26/2008
Rep Weiner, Anthony D. [NY-9] – 9/26/2008
Rep Welch, Peter [VT] – 9/26/2008
Rep Weldon, Dave [FL-15] – 9/26/2008
Rep Weller, Jerry [IL-11] – 9/8/2008
Rep Westmoreland, Lynn A. [GA-3] – 5/8/2008
Rep Whitfield, Ed [KY-1] – 7/9/2008
Rep Wilson, Charles A. [OH-6] – 9/27/2008
Rep Wilson, Heather [NM-1] – 9/26/2008
Rep Wilson, Joe [SC-2] – 4/8/2008
Rep Wittman, Robert J. [VA-1] – 7/29/2008
Rep Wolf, Frank R. [VA-10] – 6/18/2008
Rep Woolsey, Lynn C. [CA-6] – 9/26/2008
Rep Wu, David [OR-1] – 9/10/2008
Rep Young, C.W. Bill [FL-10] – 5/20/2008
Rep Young, Don [AK] – 9/22/2008