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Rep. Brad Sherman and health care reform

Representative Brad Sherman

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Rep. Brad Sherman: key health care votes

3/29/2012 3:27 PM H.Con.Res.112: Ryan Budget Bill 2012

Status: House passed 228-191, 12 not voting

This bill would end Medicare as we know it, replacing it with a voucher system for seniors to buy health insurance coverage on the open market. Actuaries say the amount of the vouchers would not be enough for seniors to replace the coverage they would lose with the end of Medicare. [more]

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Rep. Sherman voted No, which we score as a pro-consumer vote.

4/15/2011 2:23 PM H.Con.Res.34: Ryan Budget Bill 2011

Status: House passed 235-193, 4 not voting

This bill would end Medicare as we know it, replacing it with a voucher system for seniors to buy health insurance coverage on the open market. Actuaries say the amount of the vouchers would not be enough for seniors to replace the coverage they would lose with the end of Medicare. [more]

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Rep. Sherman voted No, which we score as a pro-consumer vote.

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About Rep. Brad Sherman

Current Office: Representative from California
Name: Brad Sherman
Date Elected: 11/5/1996
District: CA_30
Party: Democrat

Background Information:

Gender: Male
Birth Date: 10/24/1954
Birth Place: Los Angeles
Spouse: Wife, Lisa
Children: 3

Education:

  • JD, Harvard University
  • BA, University of California

Professional Experience:

  • Instructor: Harvard Law School International Tax Program
  • Attorney

Organizational Memberships:

  • California Common Cause

Political Experience:

  • California State Board of Equalization

Committees:

  • Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
  • Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade (Ranking Member)
  • Committee on Financial Services
  • Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance
  • Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises