Congressman Sanford Bishop

Representing the 2nd District of Georgia

Legislative Work

Legislative Record:

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115th Congress (January 2017 - Present)

Legislation I’m sponsoring or co-sponsoring in the current Congress.

Archive sponosored and co-sponsored legislation from previous Congresses (1993 and up)

Voting Record:

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2017 (115th Congress - 1st Session)

2016 (114th Congress - 2nd Session)

2015 (114th Congress - 1st Session)

2014 (113th Congress - 2nd Session)

2013 (113th Congress - 1st Session)

2012 (112th Congress - 2nd Session)

2011  (112th Congress - 1st Session)

2010 (111th Congress - 2nd Session)

2009 (111th Congress - 1st Session)

2008 (110th Congress - 2nd Session)

2007 (110th Congress - 1st Session)

2006 (109th Congress - 2nd Session)

2005 (109th Congress - 1st Session)

2004 (108th Congress - 2nd Session)

2003 (108th Congress - 1st Session)

2002 (107th Congress - 2nd Session)

2001 (107th Congress - 1st Session)

2000 (106th Congress - 2nd Session)

1999 (106th Congress - 1st Session)

1998 (105th Congress - 2nd Session)

1997 (105th Congress - 1st Session)

1996 (104th Congress - 2nd Session)

1995 (104th Congress - 1st Session)

1994 (103rd Congress - 2nd Session)

1993 (103rd Congress - 1st Session)


Roll call votes as recorded by the House Clerk's office. Learn how to read the roll call information.

Legislative Process:

The chief function of Congress is the making of laws. The legislative process comprises a number of steps, and much information is available from this page concerning the legislation introduced and considered in Congress. A much more in-depth discussion and presentation of the overall process is available in How Our Laws are Made and Enactment of a Law. Abridged versions of how laws are made are also available for young learnersgrade schoolersmiddle schoolers, and high school students.

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