[Congressional Record Volume 156, Number 70 (Tuesday, May 11, 2010)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Pages E807-E808]
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                          PERSONAL EXPLANATION

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                        HON. J. GRESHAM BARRETT

                           of south carolina

                    in the house of representatives

                         Tuesday, May 11, 2010

  Mr. BARRETT of South Carolina. Madam Speaker, unfortunately, I missed 
the following recorded votes on the House floor the legislative week of 
Tuesday, May 4, 2010.
  For Tuesday, May 4, 2010, had I been present I would have voted 
``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 243 (on motion to suspend the rules and 
agree to H. Res. 1307), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 244 (on motion to 
suspend the rules and agree to H. Res. 1213), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote 
No. 245 (on motion to suspend the rules and agree to H. Res. 1132).
  For Wednesday, May 5, 2010, had I been present I Would have voted 
``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 246 (on motion to suspend the rules and 
agree to H. Res. 1320), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 247 (on motion to 
suspend the rules and agree to H. Res. 1272), ``no'' on Rollcall vote 
No. 248 (on motion to suspend the rules and agree to H. Res. 1301).
  For Thursday, May 6, 2010, had I been present I would have voted 
``no'' on Rollcall vote No. 249 (on agreeing to H. Res. 1329, providing 
for consideration of H.R. 5019), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 250 (on 
motion to suspend the rules and agree to H. Res. 1295), ``no'' on 
Rollcall vote No. 251 (on motion to suspend the rules and agree to HR. 
1722), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 252 (on agreeing to the Barton 
amendment to H.R. 5019), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 253 (on agreeing 
to the

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Burgess amendment to H.R. 5019), ``aye'' on Rollcall vote No. 254 (on 
motion to recommit H.R. 5019 with instructions), ``no'' on Rollcall 
vote No. 255 (on passage of H.R. 5019).

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