Infrastructure Bill "Crypto Provision"

This is a simple database to track how US Senators vote regarding the "crypto provision" hidden in the proposed infrastructure bill. Find out if your senators voted for or against the proposed amendments below.

 

 

"Crypto Provision" Explainers:

 

To Fix Dangerous Infrastructure Bill, Bitcoiners Must Engage - Joe Carlasare and Amanda Cavaleri via Bitcoin Magazine

Dueling amendments on crypto tax reporting become key battleground in Senate infrastructure bill - Kollen Post via The Block

Crypto Provision In Infrastructure Bill May Force Bitcoin Miners And Blockchain Companies To Flee U.S. - Hailey Lennon via Forbes

White House Chooses Sides In Showdown Over Competing Infrastructure Bill Crypto Amendments  - Hailey Lennon via Forbes

 

 

People to follow:

 

Jerry Brito

Peter Van Valkenburgh

Antonie Hodge

Neeraj K. Agrawal

Jake Chervinsky

Kristin Smith

Caitlin Long

 

 

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Proposed Amendments:

Toomy, Warner, Lummis, Sinema, Portman Amendment:

   (1) DEFINITION OF BROKER. - Nothing in this section or the amendments made by this section shall be construed to create any inference that a person described in section 6045(c)(1)(D) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as added by this section, includes any person solely engaged in the business of

      (A) validating distributed ledger transactions, without providing other functions or services, or

      (B) selling hardware or software for which the sole function is to permit persons to control private keys which are used for accessing digital assets on a distributed ledger.

   (2) BROKERS AND TREATMENT OF DIGITAL ASSETS - Nothing in this section or the amendments made by this section shall be construed to create any inference, for any period prior to the effective date of such amendments with respect to -

      (A) whether any person is a broker under section 6045(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or

      (B) whether any digital asset is property which is a specified security under section 6045(g)(3)(B) of such Code

Senator Voting Records

SENATOR'S NAME

STATE

PARTY

HOW DID THEY VOTE

Alabama

Republican

BLOCKED AMENDMENT

Alabama

Republican

Alaska

Republican

Alaska

Republican

Arizona

Democrat

Arizona

Democrat

Proposed Portman/Warner/Sinema Ammendment

Arkansas

Republican

Arkansas

Republican

California

Democrat

California

Democrat

Colorado

Democrat

Colorado

Democrat

Connecticut

Democrat

Connecticut

Democrat

Delaware

Democrat

Delaware

Democrat

Florida

Republican

Florida

Republican

Georgia

Democrat

Georgia

Democrat

Hawaii

Democrat

Hawaii

Democrat

Idaho

Republican

Idaho

Republican

Illinois

Republican

Illinois

Republican

Indiana

Republican

Indiana

Republican

Iowa

Republican

Iowa

Republican

Kansas

Republican

Kansas

Republican

Kentucky

Republican

Kentucky

Republican

Louisiana

Republican

Louisiana

Republican

Maine

Republican

Maine

Independent

Maryland

Democrat

Maryland

Democrat

Massachusetts

Democrat

Massachusetts

Democrat

Michigan

Democrat

Michigan

Democrat

Minnesota

Democrat

Minnesota

Democrat

Mississippi

Republican

Mississippi

Republican

Missouri

Republican

Missouri

Republican

Montana

Republican

Committed to Wyden/Lummis/Toomey

Montana

Democrat

Nebraska

Republican

Nebraska

Republican

Nevada

Democrat

Nevada

Democrat

New Hampshire

Democrat

New Hampshire

Democrat

New Jersey

Democrat

New Jersey

Democrat

New Mexico

Democrat

New Mexico

Democrat

New York

Democrat

New York

Democrat

North Carolina

Republican

North Carolina

Republican

North Dakota

Republican

North Dakota

Republican

Ohio

Democrat

Ohio

Republican

Proposed Portman/Warner/Sinema Ammendment

Oklahoma

Republican

Oklahoma

Republican

Oregon

Democrat

Oregon

Democrat

Proposed Wyden/Lummis/Toomey Ammendment

Pennsylvania

Democrat

Pennsylvania

Republican

Proposed Wyden/Lummis/Toomey Ammendment

Rhode Island

Democrat

Rhode Island

Democrat

South Carolina

Republican

South Carolina

Republican

South Dakota

Republican

South Dakota

Republican

Tennessee

Republican

Committed to Wyden/Lummis/Toomey

Tennessee

Republican

Texas

Republican

Texas

Republican

Committed to Wyden/Lummis/Toomey

Utah

Republican

Committed to Wyden/Lummis/Toomey

Utah

Republican

Vermont

Democrat

Vermont

Independent

Virginia

Democrat

Virginia

Democrat

Proposed Portman/Warner/Sinema Ammendment

Washington

Democrat

Washington

Democrat

West Virginia

Republican

West Virginia

Democrat

Wisconsin

Democrat

Wisconsin

Republican

Wyoming

Republican

Wyoming

Republican

Proposed Wyden/Lummis/Toomey Ammendment