The full list of legislation about which Koch Industries has lobbied Congress can be found at the Center for Responsive Politics, see: http://www.blogger.com/goog_1928874621H. R. 2868 the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Act of 2009. Lynn Jenkins voted "No". Are the Koch's and Lynn Jenkins placing profit above national security?
H.R. 2454 the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009. Lynn Jenkins voted "No". Are the Koch's and Lynn Jenkins placing profit above national security?
H.R. 4173 the Dodd - Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Lynn Jenkins voted "No".
H.R. 391 a bill to amend the Clean Air Act to provide that greenhouse gases are not subject to the Act, a favorite Koch topic. Lynn Jenkins is a co- sponsor of the legislation. There is a pending Motion to Discharge Committee (meaning the bill is otherwise dead in committee).
S. 1660 the Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Products Act passed the House by voice vote and became law.
H.R. 3617 the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2009. This bill passed with a required ⅔ majority. Lynn Jenkins voted "Yes".
H.R. 4213 the Unemployment Compensation Act of 2009. Lynn Jenkins voted "No."
H.R. 977 the Derivatives Markets Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009 has been discharged from the Judiciary Committee and placed on the Union Calendar.
H.R. 5629 the Oil Spill Accountability and Environmental Protection Act of 2010 has been discharged from the Committee on Natural Resources and placed on the Union Calendar.
H.R. 2892 the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2010, also known as the American Communities' Right to Public Information Act. Lynn Jenkins voted "No" on passage and "Yes" on agreeing to the Conference Report.
H.R. 3288 the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010. Lynn Jenkins voted "No".
H.R. 5366 the Overseas Contractor Reform Act passed the House with the required ⅔ majority (409 to 0). Lynn Jenkins voted "Yes".
According to the Center for Responsive Politics Kansas' home grown tycoons have spent $3,900,00 in 2010 for lobbying. That's a far cry from their heyday of 2008 when the Brothers Koch Industriously shelled out $20,023,000 lobbying the last session of Congress. And who said restraint wasn't the language of love?