The 50-to-49 roll call by which the Senate rejected a proposed constitutional amendment against abortion. A vote "for" was a vote in favor of the proposal. A two-thirds vote was necessary for passage. Democrats For

Chiles (Fla.), DeConcini (Ariz.), Eagleton (Mo.), Exon (Neb.), Ford (Ky.), Heflin (Ala.), Huddleston (Ky.), Johnston (La.), Long (La.), Melcher (Mont.), Nunn (Ga.), Proxmire (Wis.), Randolph (W.Va.), Stennis (Miss.), Zorinsky (Neb.). Republicans For

Abdnor (S.D.), Andrews (N.D.), Armstrong (Colo.), Baker (Tenn.), Boschwitz (Minn.), Cochran (Miss.), D'Amato (N.Y.), Danforth (Mo.), Denton (Ala.), Dole (Kan.), Domenici (N.M.), Durenberger (Minn.), East (N.C.), Garn (Utah), Grassley (Iowa), Hatch (Utah), Hatfield (Ore.), Hawkins (Fla.), Hecht (Nev.), Humphrey (N.H.), Jepsen (Iowa), Kasten (Wis.), Laxalt (Nev.), Lugar (Ind.), Mattingly (Ga.), McClure (Idaho), Murkowski (Alaska), Nickles (Okla.), Pressler (S.D.), Quayle (Ind.), Symms (Idaho), Thurmond (S.C.), Trible (Va.), Warner (Va.). Democrats Against

Baucus (Mont.), Bentsen (Tex.), Biden (Del.), Bingaman (N.M.), Boren (Okla.), Bradley (N.J.), Bumpers (Ark.), Burdick (N.D.), Byrd (W.Va.), Cranston (Calif.), Dixon (Ill.), Dodd (Conn.), Glenn (Ohio), Hart (Colo.), Hollings (S.C.), Inouye (Hawaii), Jackson (Wash.), Kennedy (Mass.), Lautenberg (N.J.), Leahy (Vt.), Levin (Mich.), Matsunaga (Hawaii), Metzenbaum (Ohio), Mitchell (Maine), Moynihan (N.Y.), Pell (R.I.), Pryor (Ark.), Riegle (Mich.), Sarbanes (Md.), Sasser (Tenn.), Tsongas (Mass.). Republicans Against

Chafee (R.I.), Cohen (Maine), Goldwater (Ariz.), Gorton (Wash.), Heinz (Pa.), Kassebaum (Kan.), Mathias (Md.), Packwood (Ore.), Percy (Ill.), Roth (Del.), Rudman (N.H.), Simpson (Wyo.), Specter (Pa.), Stafford (Vt.), Stevens (Alaska), Tower (Tex.), Wallop (Wyo.), Weicker (Conn.), Wilson (Calif.). Voting "Present"

Helms (R-N.C.).