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Kathy Hogan

Democratic — Representative — District 21
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Kathy Hogan represents House District 21 in the North Dakota House, is a member of three committees, and is the primary sponsor of 87 bills.

  • Capitol Office:

    None
  • District Office:

    710 South University Drive
    Fargo, ND
    58103-2632
    Phone: 701-235-1916

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • HCR 3037

    A concurrent resolution requesting the Congress and the President of the United States to enact legislation to expand and extend the current federal tax credit for carbon capture, utilization, and storage under Section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code; to provide appropriations to the United States Department of Energy sufficient to achieve and sustain a robust carbon capture research, development, demonstration, and deployment program; to support the inclusion of economically and environmentally beneficial carbon capture projects in any forthcoming federal infrastructure initiative; to support policies to increase the operational efficiency; and to support the preservation of a fuel-diverse electric generation portfolio critical to our domestic economic, energy, and national security.

  • HCR 3036

    A concurrent resolution commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the Red River flood of 1997.

  • HCR 3024

    A concurrent resolution declaring June 27, 2017, and each June 27 thereafter, as "Posttraumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day" and the month of June 2017, and each June thereafter, as "Posttraumatic Stress Injury Awareness Month".

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  • HCR 3032

    A concurrent resolution requesting the Legislative Management to consider studying methods of workforce expansion, enhancement, enlistment, and retention through educational programs and supports.

  • HCR 3023

    A concurrent resolution declaring February 9, 2017, as "Giving Hearts Day".

  • SCR 4009

    A concurrent resolution requesting the Legislative Management to consider studying the formation of an independent, nonpartisan redistricting commission for the decennial redrawing of legislative district boundaries in North Dakota.

Recent Votes

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HB 1001

The question being on the final passage of the amended bill, which has been read, the roll was called and there were 79 YEAS, 10 NAYS, 0 EXCUSED, 5 ABSENT ...

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7984.0
•••No: 1010.0
•••Other: 55.0
SB 2035

The question being on the final passage of the bill, which has been read, and has committee recommendation of DO NOT PASS, the roll was called and there were 1 ...

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 11.0
•••No: 8893.0
•••Other: 55.0
HB 1015

The question being on the final passage of the amended bill, which has been read, the roll was called and there were 79 YEAS, 9 NAYS, 0 EXCUSED, 6 ABSENT ...

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7984.0
•••No: 99.0
•••Other: 66.0
SB 2003

The question being on the final passage of the amended bill, which has been read, the roll was called and there were 62 YEAS, 27 NAYS, 0 EXCUSED, 5 ABSENT ...

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 6265.0
•••No: 2728.0
•••Other: 55.0
SB 2003

The question being on the final passage of the amended bill, which has been read, the roll was called and there were 71 YEAS, 18 NAYS, 0 EXCUSED, 5 ABSENT ...

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7175.0
•••No: 1819.0
•••Other: 55.0
HB 1023

The question being on the final passage of the amended bill, which has been read, the roll was called and there were 80 YEAS, 8 NAYS, 0 EXCUSED, 6 ABSENT ...

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 8085.0
•••No: 88.0
•••Other: 66.0
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Sources

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