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Votes by Lori Saine

Bill Date Outcome Yes No Other Motion
HB 16-1222 May 10, 2016 passed 51 14 0 The question being, "Shall the bill, as amended, pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and the bill, as amended, was declared repassed.
HB 16-1435 May 10, 2016 passed 34 31 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
SB 16-208 May 10, 2016 passed 65 0 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
SB 16-138 May 10, 2016 passed 64 1 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
SB 16-196 May 10, 2016 passed 48 17 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
HB 16-1345 May 10, 2016 passed 64 0 1 Representative Kagan moved that the House not concur in Senate amendments and that a Conference Committee be appointed. The motion was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
SB 16-150 May 10, 2016 passed 52 13 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
SB 16-183 May 10, 2016 failed 32 33 0 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
SB 16-199 May 10, 2016 passed 52 13 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
SB 16-204 May 10, 2016 passed 58 7 0 The question being "Shall the bill pass?". A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.