House: New Legislation Introduced by Joyce Beatty – “To require the Attorney General to designate Human Trafficking Coordinators for Federal judicial districts, and for other purposes.”

To require the Attorney General to designate Human Trafficking Coordinators for Federal judicial districts, and for other purposes.

Democratic Representative Joyce Beatty from the state of OH, along with just one cosponsor, introduced bill H.R.509 on Jan 11, 2019.
There are currently no amendments. So far none of the bill’s cosponsors has withdrawn their support.

Joyce Beatty Short bio

Joyce Beatty was born on a 1950 in Dayton.
Joyce Beatty has held a number of positions, including United States representative, member of the Ohio House of Representatives and chief executive officer Human services.

Work in Congress

  • Served as Representative for OH (district 3) from Jan 2019 to Jan 2021 in the House 116th congress. She voted along party lines 93.1 percent of the time. During this period Joyce Beatty missed 0% of the votes, sponsored 5 bills , cosponsored 17 bills.
  • Served as Representative for OH (district 3) from Jan 2017 to Jan 2019 in the House 115th congress. She voted along party lines 94.67 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Financial Services. During this period Joyce Beatty missed 5.61% of the votes, sponsored 18 bills , cosponsored 480 bills.
  • Served as Representative for OH (district 3) from Jan 2015 to Jan 2017 in the House 114th congress. She voted along party lines 97.15 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Financial Services. During this period Joyce Beatty missed 1.96% of the votes, sponsored 24 bills , cosponsored 365 bills.
  • Served as Representative for OH (district 3) from Jan 2013 to Jan 2015 in the House 113th congress. She voted along party lines 96.07 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Financial Services. During this period Joyce Beatty missed 1.93% of the votes, sponsored 19 bills , cosponsored 339 bills.
Picture of Rep. Joyce Beatty (D)
Rep. Joyce Beatty (D)

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