By a 401-26 vote, the House overrode President Reagan's veto of a bill authorizing $20 billion through 1994 for federal clean-water programs, including $18 billion to help communities build sewage-treatment facilities. The Senate followed suit and the measure (HR 1) became law.
Arlan Stangeland (R-Minn.) who voted to override the veto, said, "I believe President Reagan has listened to the wrong advice on clean water."
Robert H. Michel (R-Ill.), who voted to sustain the veto, said he agrees with Reagan that the bill provides "excessive spending at a time of high deficits."
Members voting yes wanted the bill to become law.
How They Voted Yea Nay No vote Rep. Anderson (D) x Rep. Dixon (D) x Rep. Dymally (D) x Rep. Gallegly (R) x Rep. Levine (D) x Rep. Lungren (R) x