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David Trone

[Congressional biography]

Born: September 21, 1955 in Cheverly, MD

Education:

  • Furman University, B.A., 1977
  • University of Pennsylvania, M.B.A., 1985

Career:

  • Founder/owner, Total Wine and More



Key House Vote Data for David Trone in 2024


Key vote data shown on this page comes from the American Conservative Union (ACU/CPAC) and Voteview.


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DateSubjectResultConserv.
Position
Trone
Voted
2024-01-17 Denouncing the Biden Administration's Open-Borders Policies [HRES957] Passed
(225-187)
This resolution condemns the Biden administration for willfully allowing over 3.3 million illegal aliens (including violent criminals) to enter the United States during his term, and implementing policies that incentivize illegal immigration. The administration has also systematically dismantled immigration enforcement and restricted the ability of immigration officials to deport aliens who violate United States law.

2024-02-13 Impeaching Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security [HRES863] Passed
(214-213)
This resolution impeaches Secretary of Homeland Security Mayorkas for high crimes and misdemeanors, including for his handling of issues involving fentanyl and border security. Throughout his tenure as Secretary of Homeland Security, Mayorkas has repeatedly violated laws enacted by Congress regarding immigration and border security. In large part because of his unlawful conduct, millions of aliens have illegally entered the United States on an annual basis with many unlawfully remaining in the United States.

2024-02-29 Extension of Continuing Appropriations and Other Matters Act [HR7463] Passed
(320-99)
This act provides continuing FY2024 appropriations for federal agencies, modifies the requirements for determining eligibility for federal student aid, and provides additional funding for Federal Pell Grants.

2024-03-07 Laken Riley Act [HR7511] Passed
(251-170)
This bill requires the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to detain certain non-U.S. nationals (aliens under federal law) who have been arrested for burglary, theft, larceny or shoplifting. The bill also authorizes states to sue the federal government for decisions or alleged failures related to immigration enforcement.

Under this bill, DHS must detain an individual who (1) is unlawfully present in the United States or did not possess the necessary documents when applying for admission; and (2) has been charged with, arrested for, convicted for, or admits to having committed acts that constitute the essential elements of burglary, theft, larceny or shoplifting.

2024-03-12 Denouncing the Biden Administration's Immigration Policies [HRES1065] Passed
(226-193)
This resolution urges the Biden administration to immediately use certain authorities related to immigration, such as the authority to reinstate the Migrant Protection Protocols, enter into asylum cooperative agreements, and detain inadmissible non-U.S. nationals (aliens under federal law). The resolution also states that the Biden administration is refusing to use such authorities.

2024-03-13 Protecting Americans From Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act [HR7521] Passed
(352-65)
This bill prohibits distributing, maintaining, or providing internet hosting services for a foreign adversary controlled application (e.g., TikTok). However, the prohibition does not apply to a covered application that executes a qualified divestiture as determined by the President.

2024-03-21 Denouncing the Harmful, Anti-American Energy Policies of the Biden Administration [HRES987] Passed
(217-200)
This resolution (1) denounces the harmful anti-American energy policies of the Biden administration; (2) denounces the irrational and unpredictable federal lands policies of the Biden administration; (3) condemns the energy crisis plaguing families, businesses, and Americans around the country that has been caused by the Biden administration; and (4) encourages the domestic production of reliable and affordable energy generation sources.

2024-03-22 Cutting Green Corruption and Taxes Act [HR1023] Passed
(209-204)
This bill repeals certain programs for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Specifically, it repeals the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, which provides financial and technical assistance to states and other eligible recipients to help communities reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

In addition, the bill eliminates a program administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that provides incentives for petroleum and natural gas systems to reduce their emissions of methane and other greenhouse gases. It also repeals a charge on methane emissions from specific types of facilities that are required to report their greenhouse gas emissions to the EPA's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Program.

2024-04-12 Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act [HR7888] Failed
(212-212)
Biggs (R-AZ) amendment to prohibit warrantless searches of U.S. person communications in the FISA 702 database, with exceptions for imminent threats to life or bodily harm, consent searches or known cybersecurity threat signatures.

2024-04-15 Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act [HR7888] Passed
(259-128)
Table the motion to reconsider the bill which reauthorizes Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) for five years. Official intelligence documents show that the FBI illegally used FISA 278,000 times to spy on Americans, including their political enemies like President Trump, Trump donors and January 6 families.

2024-04-17 Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act [HR4639] Passed
(219-199)
This bill expands prohibited disclosures of stored electronic communications under the Stored Communications Act. The Stored Communications Act generally prohibits certain technology providers -- remote computing service (RCS) providers and electronic communication service (ECS) providers -- from disclosing the contents of stored electronic communications to anyone, including the government; and records or information pertaining to a customer or subscriber to a government entity. The bill also limits the authority of law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies to access certain customer and subscriber records or illegitimately obtained information.

2024-04-17 Rescission of Waivers and Licenses Relating to Iran [HR5947] Passed
(259-160)
This bill terminates the presidential waiver of certain sanctions on Iran and the licenses issued by the Department of the Treasury that allowed for the transfer of previously blocked Iranian funds (namely, the approximately $6 billion of Iranian funds that the Biden administration permitted to be transferred from restricted accounts in South Korea to restricted accounts in Qatar to facilitate the release of five U.S. citizens detained in Iran). Furthermore, the President may not exercise waiver authority related to certain accounts belonging to Iran.

2024-04-20 End the Border Catastrophe Act [HR3602] Failed
(215-199)
This bill provides for criminal penalties for certain conduct that interferes with U.S. border control measures. Specifically, a person who knowingly transmits the location or activities of law enforcement with the intent to further a crime related to immigration, customs, or controlled substances may be imprisoned for a maximum of 10 years. A person who knowingly damages or destroys a device deployed to control the border or port of entry may be imprisoned for a maximum of 10 years.

2024-04-20 Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 [HR8035] Passed
(311-112)
This bill provides FY2024 supplemental appropriations for federal departments and agencies to respond to the conflict in Ukraine. The bill designates the funding as emergency spending, which is exempt from discretionary spending limits.

The bill also includes provisions that expand the authorities of the President, including the authority to transfer defense articles and services from DOD to foreign countries or international organizations, and to require the President to transfer long-range Army Tactical Missile Systems to Ukraine.

2024-05-01 Alaska's Right to Produce Act [HR6285] Passed
(214-199)
No Vote
This bill provides for oil and gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Specifically, the bill nullifies any order or action by the President or the Department of the Interior that places a moratorium on, suspends or otherwise pauses leasing in ANWR's 1002 Area. It also ratifies and approves all authorizations and permits issued for the establishment and administration of the Coastal Plain Oil and Gas Leasing Program. The Environmental Protection Agency and other applicable federal departments and agencies must process, reinstate, or continue to maintain such authorizations and permits.

2024-05-01 Denouncing the Biden Administration's Immigration Policies [HRES1112] Passed
(223-191)
No Vote
This resolution denounces certain Biden administration immigration policies and urges the administration to implement other immigration policies. The House of Representatives affirms the Biden administration has taken executive actions that created the current border crisis, including ending the Migrant Protection Protocols and stopping the previous administration's southwest border wall construction; by issuing memoranda limiting immigration enforcement, removing fewer criminal aliens from the United States and purposely violating statutes that require the detention of inadmissible aliens.

It also denounces the Biden administration's open-borders policies, which allowed Laken Riley's illegal alien alleged murderer to enter the United States and ensured he would not be removed until it was too late -- if at all; condemns the public safety crisis caused by the Biden administration's open-borders policies; urges the Biden administration to rescind its open-borders policies; and implores the Biden administration to implement policies that end his administration's border crisis.

2024-05-07 Hands Off Our Home Appliances Act [HR6192] Passed
(212-195)
No Vote
This bill modifies the process by which the Department of Energy (DOE) amends, revokes or implements energy conservation standards for certain consumer products (other than automobiles), such as household appliances.

First, the bill eliminates the requirement under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act for DOE, within six years of issuing a final rule establishing or amending such standard, to issue a new proposed rule or publish a notice that the standard does not need to be amended. Instead, the bill allows DOE to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking for prescribing a new or amended energy conservation standard for a consumer product at any time.

Next, the bill specifies that DOE may grant a petition to revoke or amend energy conservation standards if it finds that the standards (1) result in additional costs to consumers, (2) do not result in significant conservation of energy or water, (3) are not technologically feasible, and (4) result in a product (e.g., gas stoves) not being commercially available in the United States to all consumers.

Finally, the bill modifies the criteria used to prescribe new or amended energy conservation standards. For example, new energy conservation standards must be technologically feasible and economically justified.

2024-05-08 Equal Representation Act [HR7109] Passed
(206-202)
This bill requires any questionnaire used in the decennial census to include a checkbox or other similar option for respondents to indicate whether the respondent and each household member is a U.S. citizen. The Department of Commerce must make public the number of citizens and noncitizens in each state.

The bill also requires that the statement sent by the President to Congress indicating the number of persons in each state (related to the reapportionment of U.S. Representatives) exclude noncitizens.

2024-05-15 DC CRIMES Act [HR7530] Passed
(225-181)
No Vote
This bill limits the authority of the District of Columbia (DC) government over its criminal sentencing laws. The bill eliminates the DC government?s authority to enact any act, resolution, or rule to change any criminal liability sentence in effect on the date of the bill's enactment.

The bill also reduces the maximum age of a youth offender from 24 years to 18 years. A DC criminal court currently has the discretion to reduce or modify certain criminal sentences for a youth offenders under specified circumstances. For example, a DC court may sentence a youth offender to probation in lieu of confinement. (However, this discretion does not apply to several specified violent crimes.)

2024-05-16 Israel Security Assistance Support Act [HR8369] Passed
(224-187)
No Vote
This bill specifies that no federal funds may be used to withhold, halt, reverse, or cancel the delivery of defense articles or defense services to Israel. Also, no funds may be used to pay the salary of any Department of Defense (DOD) or Department of State employee who acts to limit defense deliveries to Israel.

Additionally, DOD and the State Department shall ensure prompt delivery of all defense articles and services expected to be delivered to Israel in FY2024 and FY2025.

2024-05-23 Prohibit Non-Citizens From Voting in the District of Columbia [HR192] Passed
(262-143)
This bill prohibits a non-U.S. citizen from voting in a District of Columbia (DC) election and repeals relevant provisions of DC law.

Federal law prohibits noncitizens from voting in a federal election; however in 2022 DC enacted a law allowing noncitizens who meet residency and other requirements to vote in local elections. This bill repeals the DC law, which went into effect on February 23, 2023.



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