Global Warming Bills Voting Records

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Global Warming Commission Vote

 

TO ESTABLISH THE GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION ON GLOBAL WARMING; TO DIRECT THE COMMISSION TO STUDY ISSUES RELATED TO GLOBAL WARMING; AND TO ESTABLISH A GLOBAL WARMING POLLUTANT REDUCTION GOAL AND COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIC PLAN.

 

Mar 27, 2007 -  3:57:16

Bill & Emergency Clause : Passed

 

Senate Vote - HB2460

Webb

 

 

Yeas: 32

Altes  

Argue  

Baker  

Bisbee  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Brown  

Bryles  

Capps  

Critcher  

Crumbly  

Faris  

Glover  

Hill  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

Malone  

Miller  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

Womack  

 

 

 

 


Nays: 3

Hendren  

B. Pritchard  

Whitaker  


 

House Vote on Global Warming Commission

 

TO ESTABLISH THE GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON GLOBAL WARMING; TO DIRECT THE COMMISSION TO STUDY ISSUES RELATED TO GLOBAL WARMING; AND TO ESTABLISH A GLOBAL WARMING POLLUTANT REDUCTION GOAL AND COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIC PLAN.

 

House Vote - HB2460

Webb

 

 

Mar 20, 2007 -  2:04:53

3rd Reading : Passed

 

 

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Yeas: 83

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Anderson  

T. Baker  

Blount  

Bond  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

E. Brown  

J. Brown  

Burris  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Chesterfield  

Cook  

Cooper  

Cornwell  

L. Cowling  

D. Creekmore  

Davenport  

Davis  

S. Dobbins  

Dunn  

Edwards  

D. Evans  

L. Evans  

Everett  

Flowers  

Garner  

Gaskill  

George  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hall  

Hardwick  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

D. Johnson  

J. Johnson  

Kidd  

Lamoureux  

W. Lewellen  

Lovell  

Maloch  

Maxwell  

Moore  

Norton  

Overbey  

Pate  

Pennartz  

Pickett  

Pierce  

Powers  

S. Prater  

Pyle  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

J. Roebuck  

Rosenbaum  

Sample  

Saunders  

Schulte  

Shelby  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Sullivan  

Sumpter  

Thyer  

Wagner  

Walters  

Webb  

Wells  

Wills  

Wood  

Woods  

Wyatt  

 


Nays: 4

Burkes  

Kenney  

Key  

Pace  


Present: 1

M. Martin  


Not Voting: 12

Berry  

Dickinson  

Glidewell  

Harris  

Jeffrey  

King  

Lowery  

Medley  

Patterson  

Mr. Speaker  

Ragland  

Rogers  

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We couldn't find a voting record on this one but you can see the sponsors below.

2.  Global Warming Resolution -  SCR12 - Amendment adding the following sponsors: Sponsored by Liberal Senator Steve Bryles and Co-sponsored by 7 Republican Senators.  Republlican legislators in red font. these sponsors:

*.MAG264*

The Amendment was read the first time, rules suspended and read the second time and ___________________________

By: Senator Bryles

MAG/CDS - 03-11-2009 14:12 ________________________________________

MAG264 Secretary

ARKANSAS SENATE

87th General Assembly - Regular Session, 2009

Amendment Form

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Subtitle of Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12

"A RESOLUTION REGARDING TRANSITIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY."

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Amendment No. 1 to Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12.

Amend Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12 as originally introduced:

Add the following Senators as cosponsors of the bill: Altes, G. Baker,

Bledsoe, Bookout, Broadway, Capps, Crumbly, Elliott, Faris, Glover, Hendren,

Horn, J. Jeffress, G. Jeffress, B. Johnson, J. Key, Luker, P. Malone, Miller,

B. Pritchard, T. Smith, Steele, J. Taylor, Teague, R. Thompson, Trusty,

Wilkinson, D. Wyatt

AND

Add the following Representatives as cosponsors of the bill: Betts, M.

Burris, Cash, L. Cowling, Davenport, Dunn, George, Ingram, Kidd, Lovell,

Patterson, Pennartz, Pierce, Ragland, Reynolds, Webb, B. Wilkins

 

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3. now Act 1372 – SB921 by Broadway 2009

TO CREATE THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM FOR STATE AGENCIES.

Senate Vote - SB921

Broadway

Mar 30, 2009 -  3:02:54

: Passed

 

 

Yeas: 35

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

Teague  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt

 

 

House Vote on SB921

TO CREATE THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM FOR STATE AGENCIES.

House Vote - SB921

Broadway

 

Apr 07, 2009 -  3:06:48

3rd Reading : Passed

 

Yeas: 87

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Baird  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

Carnine  

Carter  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cole  

Cook  

Cooper  

D. Creekmore  

Dale  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Garner  

Gaskill  

George  

Glidewell  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hall  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hobbs  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

Ingram  

Kerr  

Kidd  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

S. Malone  

M. Martin  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

Rice  

J. Roebuck  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

Slinkard  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

Wells  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Woods  

Word  

 

 

 


Not Voting: 13

M. Burris  

Carroll  

L. Cowling  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

King  

Lea  

Lowery  

Maloch  

Pyle  

J. Rogers  

Summers  

B. Wilkins  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4. TO EXTEND THE LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND PRACTICES.

 

Senate Vote - SB440

Broadway

Yeas: 35
Mar 30, 2009 -  2:59:09

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

Teague  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D.

 

 

House Vote on SB440 

TO EXTEND THE LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND PRACTICES.

 

Yeas: 89
 

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Baird  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

M. Burris  

Carnine  

Carroll  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cole  

Cook  

Cooper  

D. Creekmore  

Dale  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Garner  

Gaskill  

George  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hall  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

Ingram  

Kerr  

Kidd  

Lea  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Lowery  

M. Martin  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

J. Roebuck  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

Slinkard  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

Wells  

B. Wilkins  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Woods  

Word  


Nays: 4
 

Carter  

Hobbs  

S. Malone  

Pyle  


Present: 1
 

King  


Not Voting: 6
 

L. Cowling  

Glidewell  

Maloch  

Rice  

J. Rogers  

Summers  


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House - Apr 14 2009    3:54:47 - Notification that HB1663 is now Act 1494

Senate Vote

TO PROMOTE THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN BUILDINGS OWNED BY PUBLIC AGENCIES AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

Senate Vote - HB1663

Webb

Apr 09, 2009 -  11:21:59

: Passed

 

Yeas: 35

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

Teague  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt  

 

 

 

House Vote:

TO PROMOTE THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN BUILDINGS OWNED BY PUBLIC AGENCIES AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

House Vote - HB1663

Webb

Apr 08, 2009 -  2:13:49

3rd Reading : Passed

 

Yeas: 90

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Baird  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

Carnine  

Carroll  

Carter  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cole  

Cook  

Cooper  

D. Creekmore  

Dale  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Gaskill  

George  

Glidewell  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hall  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

Hyde  

Ingram  

Kerr  

Kidd  

Lea  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Maloch  

S. Malone  

M. Martin  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

Rice  

J. Roebuck  

J. Rogers  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

Slinkard  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Summers  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

Wells  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Word  


Present: 1

Hobbs  


Not Voting: 9

M. Burris  

L. Cowling  

Garner  

D. Hutchinson  

King  

Lowery  

Pyle  

B. Wilkins  

Woods

 

 

 

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Senate Vote - HB2260

 

Webb

Apr 03, 2009 -  11:22:08

TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS ENERGY OFFICE TO COLLECT DATA ON AVIATION FUEL AND TO ISSUE A RULE THAT REQUIRES AN ARKANSAS CITY OR COUNTY THAT ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS TO ADOPT THE 2004 ENERGY CODE FOR NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

Yeas: 33
 

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt  


Nays: 1
 

Hendren  


Not Voting: 1
 

Teague  


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TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS ENERGY OFFICE TO COLLECT DATA ON AVIATION FUEL AND TO ISSUE A RULE THAT REQUIRES AN ARKANSAS CITY OR COUNTY THAT ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS TO ADOPT THE 2004 ENERGY CODE FOR NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

 

House Vote - HB2260

 

Webb

Mar 30, 2009 -  1:45:50

3rd Reading : Passed

Yeas: 77
 

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

M. Burris  

Carroll  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cook  

Cooper  

D. Creekmore  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Gaskill  

Glidewell  

Greenberg  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

Ingram  

Kidd  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Maloch  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

J. Roebuck  

J. Rogers  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

B. Wilkins  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Word  


Nays: 15
 

Baird  

Carnine  

Cole  

L. Cowling  

Dale  

Hall  

Hobbs  

King  

Lea  

S. Malone  

M. Martin  

Rice  

Slinkard  

Summers  

Woods  


Not Voting: 8
 

Carter  

Garner  

George  

R. Green  

Kerr  

Lowery  

Pyle  

Wells  


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TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS ENERGY OFFICE TO COLLECT DATA ON AVIATION FUEL AND TO ISSUE A RULE THAT REQUIRES AN ARKANSAS CITY OR COUNTY THAT ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS TO ADOPT THE 2004 ENERGY CODE FOR NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

Senate Vote - HB2260

 

Webb

Apr 03, 2009 -  11:22:08

: Passed

Yeas: 33
 

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt  


Nays: 1
 

Hendren  


Not Voting: 1
 

Teague  


TO REQUIRE THE ARKANSAS ENERGY OFFICE TO COLLECT DATA ON AVIATION FUEL AND TO ISSUE A RULE THAT REQUIRES AN ARKANSAS CITY OR COUNTY THAT ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS TO ADOPT THE 2004 ENERGY CODE FOR NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

 

House Vote - HB2260

 

Webb

Mar 30, 2009 -  1:45:50

3rd Reading : Passed

Yeas: 77
 

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

M. Burris  

Carroll  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cook  

Cooper  

D. Creekmore  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Gaskill  

Glidewell  

Greenberg  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

Ingram  

Kidd  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Maloch  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

J. Roebuck  

J. Rogers  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

B. Wilkins  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Word  


Nays: 15
 

Baird  

Carnine  

Cole  

L. Cowling  

Dale  

Hall  

Hobbs  

King  

Lea  

S. Malone  

M. Martin  

Rice  

Slinkard  

Summers  

Woods  


Not Voting: 8
 

Carter  

Garner  

George  

R. Green  

Kerr  

Lowery  

Pyle  

Wells  


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7 (B)  SB 746

AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS BUILDIGN AUTHORITY - SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2009-2010 FISCAL YEAR.

Mar 25, 2009 -  2:56:27

CONSENT PASSAGE : Passed

Senate Vote - SB746

 

Broadway

 

Yeas: 35
 

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

Teague  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt  

AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS BUILDIGN AUTHORITY - SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM APPROPRIATION FOR THE 2009-2010 FISCAL YEAR.

 

House Vote - SB746

 

Broadway

Mar 27, 2009 -  11:41:14

3rd Reading & EC : Passed

Yeas: 97
 

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Baird  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

M. Burris  

Carnine  

Carroll  

Carter  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cole  

Cook  

Cooper  

L. Cowling  

D. Creekmore  

Dale  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dismang  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Garner  

Gaskill  

George  

Glidewell  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hobbs  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

Kerr  

Kidd  

King  

Lea  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Lowery  

Maloch  

S. Malone  

M. Martin  

Maxwell  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Nix  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Pyle  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

Rice  

J. Roebuck  

J. Rogers  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

Slinkard  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Summers  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

Wells  

B. Wilkins  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Woods  

Word  


Not Voting: 3
 

Hall  

Ingram  

McCrary  


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AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS BUILDING AUTHORITY - THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.

 

Senate Vote - SB747

 

Broadway

Mar 31, 2009 -  3:03:42

CONSENT PASSAGE : Passed

Yeas: 35
 

Altes  

G. Baker  

Bledsoe  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Bryles  

Capps  

Crumbly  

Elliott  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

D. Johnson  

J. Key  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

P. Malone  

Miller  

B. Pritchard  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

J. Taylor  

Teague  

R. Thompson  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

H. Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

D. Wyatt

AN ACT FOR THE ARKANSAS BUILDING AUTHORITY - THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN PROGRAM GENERAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.

House Vote - SB747

 

Broadway

Apr 07, 2009 -  2:58:28

CONSENT PASSAGE : Passed

Yeas: 92
 

Abernathy  

Adcock  

Allen  

Baird  

T. Baker  

Barnett  

Betts  

Blount  

T. Bradford  

Breedlove  

J. Brown  

J. Burris  

M. Burris  

Carnine  

Carroll  

Cash  

Cheatham  

Clemmer  

Cook  

Cooper  

L. Cowling  

D. Creekmore  

Dale  

Davenport  

Davis  

J. Dickinson  

Dunn  

J. Edwards  

English  

Everett  

Flowers  

Garner  

Gaskill  

George  

Glidewell  

R. Green  

Greenberg  

Hall  

Hardy  

Harrelson  

Hawkins  

Hopper  

House  

Hoyt  

D. Hutchinson  

Hyde  

Ingram  

Kerr  

Kidd  

Lea  

W. Lewellen  

Lindsey  

Lovell  

Lowery  

Maloch  

M. Martin  

Maxwell  

McCrary  

McLean  

Moore  

Nickels  

Overbey  

Patterson  

Pennartz  

Perry  

Pierce  

Powers  

Pyle  

Ragland  

Rainey  

Reep  

Reynolds  

Rice  

J. Roebuck  

T. Rogers  

Sample  

Saunders  

Shelby  

Slinkard  

G. Smith  

L. Smith  

Stewart  

Summers  

Tyler  

Wagner  

Webb  

Wells  

B. Wilkins  

Williams  

Mr. Speaker  

Woods  

Word  


Present: 4
 

Carter  

Dismang  

Hobbs  

S. Malone  


Not Voting: 4
 

Cole  

King  

Nix  

J. Rogers  


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