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Here's how the Senate voted on SB5

By Doug Published: March 31, 2011

From the Senate Journal, here's how the Senate voted on Senate Bill 5 Wednesday evening after being amended by the House:

The question being,"Shall the Senate concur in the House amendments to Am. Sub. S. B. No. 5?"
The yeas and nays were taken and resulted - yeas 17, nays 16, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative were: Senators
Bacon Beagle Cates Daniels
Faber Gillmor Hite Jones
Jordan LaRose Lehner Obhof
Schaffer Stewart Wagoner Widener
Niehaus-17.
Those who voted in the negative were: Senators
Brown Cafaro Grendell Hughes
Kearney Manning Oelslager Patton
Sawyer Schiavoni Seitz Skindell
Smith Tavares Turner Wilson-16.
So the Senate concurred in the amendments of the House of
Representatives.
Pursuant to Senate Rule No. 65, Senator Skindell demanded a verification
of the vote.
The President directed the Clerk to read, first the names of those senators
who voted in the affirmative, then of those who voted in the negative.
The Clerk preceded to read the names of those senators who voted in the
affirmative, then of those who voted in the negative.
The roll call was verified and the results declared.

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