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SB 1391 Criminal convictions; DNA Notification, report.log in | tally sheet
floor: 02/10/09 Senate: Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N)
YEAS--Barker, Blevins, Colgan, Cuccinelli, Deeds, Edwards, Hanger, Herring, Houck, Howell, Hurt, Locke, Lucas, Marsh, McDougle, McEachin, Miller, J.C., Miller, Y.B., Newman, Norment, Northam, Obenshain, Petersen, Puckett, Puller, Quayle, Reynolds, Ruff, Saslaw, Smith, Stolle, Stosch, Stuart, Ticer, Vogel, Wagner, Wampler, Watkins, Whipple--39.
Senator Martin stated that he was recorded as not voting on the question of the passage of S.B. 1066, S.B. 1218, S.B. 1262, S.B. 1307, S.B. 1312, S.B. 1339, S.B. 1391, S.B. 1394, S.B. 1408, S.B. 1424, S.B. 1426, S.B. 1435, S.B. 1479, S.B. 1480, S.B. 1495, S.B. 1509, S.B. 1539, and S.B. 1546 en bloc, whereas he intended to vote yea.