WASHINGTON, July 15 — Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted July 8 to July 14.

Along with the week’s roll call votes, the House also passed the Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act (H.R. 7535), to encourage the migration of federal government information technology systems to quantum-resistant cryptography.

House Votes

House Vote 1:

CARIBBEAN TIES: The House has passed a resolution (H. Res. 1168), sponsored by Del. Stacey E. Plaskett, D-V.I., stating the need to strengthen U.S. economic partnerships with Caribbean countries. The vote, on July 12, was 351 yeas to 64 nays.

YEAS: Bob Latta R-OH (5th), Marcy Kaptur D-OH (9th)

NAYS: Jim Jordan R-OH (4th)

U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo.

House Vote 2:

FEDERAL WORKER BENEFITS: The House has passed the First Responder Fair Return for Employees on Their Initial Retirement Earned Act (H.R. 521), sponsored by Rep. Gerald E. Connolly, D-Va. The bill would keep federal government workers classified as first responders for the purposes of receiving retirement benefits if those workers are disabled on the job and then move to non-first responder jobs within the federal government. The vote, on July 12, was unanimous with 417 yeas.

YEAS: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

House Vote 3:

CYBERSECURITY TRAINING: The House has passed the National Computer Forensics Institute Reauthorization Act (H.R. 7174), sponsored by Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich. The bill would reauthorize, through 2032, the U.S. Secret Service’s National Computer Forensics Institute, which trains state and local law enforcement agencies in addressing cybersecurity and electronic crime. The vote, on July 13, was 410 yeas to 16 nays.

YEAS: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

House Vote 4:

FENTANYL EXPOSURES: The House has passed the Prevent Exposure to Narcotics and Toxics Act (H.R. 5274), sponsored by Rep. David P. Joyce, R-Ohio, to require the Customs and Border Protection agency to distribute containment devices to its workers to prevent their exposure to fentanyl. The vote, on July 13, was unanimous with 429 yeas.

YEAS: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

House Vote 5:

ACTIVE SHOOTER ALERTS: The House has passed the Active Shooter Alert Act (H.R. 6538), sponsored by Rep. David N. Cicilline, D-R.I. The bill would establish an Active Shooter Alert Communications Network at the Justice Department, and have the network make plans for sending alerts about active shooters by working with local and state governments.  The vote, on July 13, was 260 yeas to 169 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 6:

VETERANS AND TOXINS: The House has passed the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act (S. 3373), sponsored by Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., to increase medical benefits and treatments for military veterans who were exposed to toxins in Iraq and Afghanistan. The vote, on July 13, was 342 yeas to 88 nays.

YEAS: Latta R-OH (5th), Kaptur D-OH (9th)

NAYS: Jordan R-OH (4th)

House Vote 7:

MILITARY COMMISSIONS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would require the Defense Department to publish on the Internet the proceedings of military commissions. The vote, on July 13, was 218 yeas to 207 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 8:

CONTRACTOR LABOR PRACTICES: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-N.Y., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would bar the Defense Department from awarding contracts to employers found to have recently engaged in unfair labor practices. The vote, on July 13, was 221 yeas to 207 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 9:

MILITARY LABOR STANDARDS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Janice Schakowsky, D-Ill., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would give preferential treatment to potential Defense Department contractors who meet certain labor relations standards. The vote, on July 13, was 220 yeas to 209 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 10:

MILITARY CONTRACTING: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Andy Kim, D-N.J., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would give preferential treatment to potential Defense Department construction contractors with a majority of their employees living near the planned construction project. The vote, on July 13, was 220 yeas to 207 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 11:

MILITARY HARASSMENT CLAIMS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would require the military to complete its reviews of harassment and discrimination complaints within 6 months. The vote, on July 13, was 219 yeas to 209 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 12:

MILITARY HARM TO CIVILIANS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would authorize up to $5 million of annual spending on programs to mitigate civilian harm from military actions. The vote, on July 13, was 215 yeas to 212 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 13:

NUCLEAR TESTS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Bill Foster, D-Ill., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would end limits on funding for the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty Organization. The vote, on July 13, was 216 yeas to 209 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 14:

D.C. NATIONAL GUARD: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would give the mayor of Washington, D.C., authority over the District’s National Guard equal to authority the governors of the 50 states have over their National Guards. The vote, on July 13, was 218 yeas to 209 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 15:

WHITE SUPREMACY: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Bradley Scott Schneider, D-Ill., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would require the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Homeland Security Department, and Defense Department to oppose white supremacist and neo-Nazi activity by agency employees. The vote, on July 13, was 218 yeas to 208 nays.

NAYS: Latta R-OH (5th), Jordan R-OH (4th)

YEAS: Kaptur D-OH (9th)

House Vote 16:

DOMESTIC TERRORISM: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., to the National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 7900), that would require the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security Department to send Congress a report on processes needed to improve their reports on domestic terrorism threats. The vote, on July 13, was 220 yeas to 205 nays.