Roll Call

February 23, 2009

By Staff

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Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1694 adjusts the spending for the 2007-09 biennial budget. The governor has signed it into law.45th District — Sen. Cheryl Pflug — R-Maple Valley — N

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

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

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

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

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

 

Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5460 prohibits state agencies from granting salary or wage increases to any employees exempt from classification under the State Civil Service Act. The governor has signed it into law.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5288 provides new requirements to the Department of Corrections for the supervision of persons assigned to community custody. It’s now in the House Human Services Committee for further consideration.

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

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

 

Substitute House Bill 1079 authorizes members of a Growth Management Hearings Board to select a member from a different Hearings Board to substitute for an unavailable member and render a case decision. It’s now before the Senate for further consideration.

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

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

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

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