2016 Election, Elections, Hillary Clinton

The three groundbreaking bills passed by Senator Hillary Clinton

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Photo: Chad J. McNeely/U.S. Navy (Public Domain)

Photo: Chad J. McNeely/U.S. Navy (Public Domain)

One of the things we are constantly reminded by pro-Clinton supporters is that she is an experienced politician who has done tremendous good for the country. Recall how she claims to have devoted her career to making the lives of children and families better. The claim is that as Senator her legacy is full of achievements which have enhanced the lives of the middle class.

So we looked it up on govtrack.us.

Not only did she miss almost 10% of votes (the average is 2%), but she only ever sponsored three pieces of legislation that were signed into law by the president. And here they are: A highway name change, a post office name change, and the creation of a New York historic site in memory of an Irish immigrant famous for creating the first all-female labor union.

What an outstanding body of work!

S. 3145 (110th): A bill to designate a portion of United States Route 20A, located in Orchard Park, New York, as the “Timothy J. Russert Highway”.
Sponsor: Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY, 2001-2009]
Introduced: Jun 18, 2008
Enacted — Signed by the President: Jul 23, 2008

S. 3613 (109th): A bill to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 2951 New York Highway 43 in Averill Park, New York, as the “Major George Quamo Post Office Building”.
Sponsor: Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY, 2001-2009]
Introduced: Jun 29, 2006
Enacted — Signed by the President: Oct 6, 2006

S. 1241 (108th): Kate Mullany National Historic Site Act
Sponsor: Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY, 2001-2009]
Introduced: Jun 11, 2003
Enacted — Signed by the President: Dec 3, 2004

Hillary Clinton: Not really fighting for women and children, or anyone for that matter.

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