Roll Call

February 9, 2010

By Staff

Y = Yes, N = No,

E = Excused, X = Not Voting

Senate Bill 5295, which passed the Senate 47-0, would implement the unanimous recommendations of the Public Records Exemptions Accountability Committee, also known as the Sunshine Committee. It passed the Senate in the 2009 legislative session, but was not acted upon by the House. It’s now before the House State Government & Tribal Affairs Committee.45th Sen. Cheryl Pflug,

(R-Maple Valley) — Y

445th Sen. Eric Oemig,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

House Bill 2422 requires the superintendent of a mental health facility to notify all local law enforcement in surrounding jurisdictions when an individual escapes or disappears from a mental health facility. It passed the House 96-0 and is now before the Senate Human Services and Corrections Committee.

45th Rep. Glenn Anderson,

(R-Fall City) — Y

45th Rep. Jay Rodne,

(R-North Bend)— Y

441st Rep. Judy Clibborn,

(D-Mercer Island) — Y

441st Rep. Marcie Maxwell,

(D-Renton) — Y

445th Rep. Roger Goodman,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

445th Rep. Larry Springer,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

House Bill 2625, which passed the House 96-0, requires that bail will established by a judicial officer when an individual is arrested or detained for a felony offense. It’s now before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

45th Rep. Glenn Anderson,

(R-Fall City) — Y

45th Rep. Jay Rodne,

(R-North Bend)— Y

441st Rep. Judy Clibborn,

(D-Mercer Island) — Y

441st Rep. Marcie Maxwell,

(D-Renton) — Y

445th Rep. Roger Goodman,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

445th Rep. Larry Springer,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

Senate Bill 5798 expands the definition of health care professionals that are allowed to distribute medical marijuana under current state law. It passed the Senate 37-11 and is now before the House.

45th Sen. Cheryl Pflug,

(R-Maple Valley) — Y

445th Sen. Eric Oemig,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

House Bill 1203, which passed the House 96-0, modifies the definition of rendering criminal assistance by clarifying that anyone harboring or concealing, warning, providing money, transportation or disguising an offender will be prosecuted to the highest penalty of the law. It’s before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

45th Rep. Glenn Anderson,

(R-Fall City) — Y

45th Rep. Jay Rodne,

(R-North Bend)— Y

441st Rep. Judy Clibborn,

(D-Mercer Island) — Y

441st Rep. Marcie Maxwell,

(D-Renton) — Y

445th Rep. Roger Goodman,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

445th Rep. Larry Springer,

(D-Kirkland) — Y

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

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