The third piece, S. 1241 made the brick house of 19th century female union leader Kate Mullany a national historic site.
While a senator, Clinton sponsored 703 pieces of legislation and with only three bills that became law, she had a .004 average. Clinton did, however, co-sponsor 2,676 pieces of legislation, 74 of which became law.
Comparatively, Barack Obama sponsored 275 pieces of legislation as a senator, two of which became law.
Other senators in the 2016 race haven’t faired much better. Thus far, Rand Paul, a senator since 2011 has sponsored 441 bills, zero of which have become law.
Marco Rubio, who has been a senator since 2011 has sponsored 275 bills, one of which has become law.
Ted Cruz, a senator since 2013 has sponsored 165 bills, one of which has become law.
Rick Santorum, a member of the House of Representatives from 1991-1994 and the Senate from 1995 until 2006, sponsored 703 pieces of legislation. Six of those bills became law.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was a representative from 1991 until 2006 and has been a senator since 2007. He has sponsored 780 bills, three of which have become law.