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No Fencing at the United States Capitol Complex Act

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A bill to prohibit the use of Federal funds to install permanent fencing around the United States Capitol, any of the Capitol Buildings, or any portion of the Capitol Grounds.


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Date Actions Overview
03/25/2021Introduced in Senate

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03/25/2021Read twice and referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration.
Action By: Senate

Cosponsors (2)

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CosponsorDate Cosponsored
Sen. Van Hollen, Chris [D-MD]* 03/25/2021
Sen. Moran, Jerry [R-KS] 04/28/2021

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Senate Rules and Administration03/25/2021 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (03/25/2021)

No Fencing at the United States Capitol Complex Act

This bill prohibits the use of federal funds for permanent fencing around the perimeter of any U.S. Capitol buildings or grounds.

On January 7, 2021, in response to the previous day's events, razor wire fencing was erected to secure the perimeter of the U.S. Capitol; the fencing was initially to remain in place for 30 days and has since been kept in place through periodic extensions.