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How the House voted on Senate Bill 5

By Doug Published: March 31, 2011

After making amendments and declining to table Senate Bill 5, here is how the House voted, according to the House Journal for March 30:

The question recurring, "Shall the bill as amended pass?"
The yeas and nays were taken and resulted - yeas 53, nays 44, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative were: Representatives
Adams J. Adams R. Amstutz Anielski
Baker Balderson Beck Blair
Blessing Boose Brenner Bubp
Buchy Burke Butler Coley
Combs Derickson Dovilla Duffey
Gonzales Goodwin Grossman Hackett
Hagan, C. Hall Hayes Henne
Hollington Hottinger Huffman Landis
Maag Martin McClain McKenney
Mecklenborg Newbold Peterson Roegner
Rosenberger Ruhl Schuring Sears
Slaby Sprague Stautberg Stebelton
Thompson Uecker Wachtmann Young
Those who voted in the negative were: Representatives
Antonio Ashford Barnes Budish
Carey Carney Celeste Clyde
DeGeeter Driehaus Fedor Fende
Foley Gardner Garland Gentile
Gerberry Goyal Hagan, R. Heard
Johnson Kozlowski Letson Luckie
Lundy Mallory McGregor Milkovich
Murray O'Brien Okey Patmon
Phillips Pillich Ramos Reece
Slesnick Stinziano Sykes Szollosi
Weddington Williams Winburn Yuko-44.
The bill passed.



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