Roll call

February 16, 2009

By Staff

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HB 1066, which passed the Senate by a vote of 41-6, authorizes an optional municipal code city to hold a special election for the purpose of changing its form of government. It previously passed the House by a vote of 95-2.

45th District — Sen. Cheryl Pflug — R-Maple Valley — Y

441st District — Sen. Fred Jarrett — D- Mercer Island — Y

45th District — Rep. Glenn Anderson — R-Fall City — Y

45th District — Rep. Jay Rodne — R-North Bend — Y

441st District — Rep. Judy Clibborn — D-Mercer Island — Y

441st District — Rep. Marci Maxwell — D-Renton — Y

 

HB 1113, which passed the Senate by a vote of 47-0, authorizes the sale of general obligation bonds in the sum of $130 million for the financing of the School Construction Assistance Grant Program. It previously passed the House by a vote of 97-0. 

45th District — Sen. Cheryl Pflug — R-Maple Valley — Y

441st District — Sen. Fred Jarrett — D- Mercer Island — Y

45th District — Rep. Glenn Anderson — R-Fall City — Y

45th District — Rep. Jay Rodne — R-North Bend — Y

441st District — Rep. Judy Clibborn — D-Mercer Island — Y

441st District — Rep. Marci Maxwell — D-Renton — Y

 

ESHB 1906, which passed the Senate by a vote of 43-4, increases the payable unemployment benefits by $45 per week and raises the minimum weekly unemployment benefit to $155. It previously passed the House by a vote of 91-2.

45th District — Sen. Cheryl Pflug — R-Maple Valley — Y

441st District — Sen. Fred Jarrett — D- Mercer Island — Y

 

SSB 5899 would provide businesses with 10 employees or fewer a credit against the business and occupation tax for the creation of new employment positions for which the business offers a health care plan. The Senate passed it by a vote of 46-0. 

45th District — Sen. Cheryl Pflug — R-Maple Valley — Y

441st District — Sen. Fred Jarrett — D- Mercer Island — Y

 

Voting key — Y = Yes, N = No, E = Excused, NV = Not voting

SOURCE: WashingtonVotes.org, a free, nonpartisan Web site to find plain-English explanations of bills and a record of each legislator’s votes. Learn more at www.WashingtonVotes.org.

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