Vote Subject Matter:
/ Domestic Social Policy
Sponsor: TRUMBULL, Lyman (R-IL)
Bill number: HR828
Description: TO PASS H. R. 828 (14 STAT L 377, APP. JAN. 21, 1867), AN ACT TO REPEAL SECTION 13 OF AN ACT OF SUPPRESS INSURRECTION, TO PUNISH TREASON AND REBELLION AND TO SIEZE AND CONFISCATE THE PROPERTY OF REBELS, APP. JULY 17, 1862. SECTION 13 GIVES THE PRESIDENT POWER TO EXTEND, BY PROCLAMATION, PARDON AND AMNESTY TO ANY PERSON WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE REBELLION. (P. 267-3)
Original source documents:
Congresional Globe vol. 75, p. 277;
Senate Journal vol. 59, p. 59;
Vote Ideological Breakdown
This chart describes how members voted on the rollcall. Members are placed according to their NOMINATE ideological scores.
A cutting line divides the vote into those expected to vote "Yea" and those expected to vote "Nay". The shaded heatmap reflects
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