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Special Budget Session House Concurrent Resolution 2001

March 16, 2010 | AZPM

Special Budget Session House Concurrent Resolution 2001 is a ballot question for the voters of Arizona. If voters approve in November, the state would be allow to take the tobacco tax dollars designated for the First Things First program and use if for other purposes. First Things First was approved by Arizona voters in 2006.

The full House voted on Special Budget Session HCR 2001 on March 11, 2010. The proposal passed on 31-28 vote

Pima County House Delegation Vote:

  • David Bradley (D) – No
  • Olivia Cajero Bedford (D)- No
  • Steve Farley (D) – No
  • David Gowan (R)- Yes
  • Matt Heinz (D) – No
  • Phil Lopes (D) – No
  • Daniel Patterson (D) – No
  • Vic Williiams (R) – No
  • Nancy Young Wright (D) – No

Full House Vote on Special Budget Session HCR 2001

The full Senate voted on Special Session HCR 2001 on March 16, 2010. The proposal passed on a 17-13 vote.

Pima County Senate Delegation Vote:

  • Paula Aboud (D) – No
  • Frank Antenori (R)- Yes
  • Jorge Luis Garcia (D) – No
  • Linda Lopes (D) – No
  • Al Melvin (R)- Yes

Full Senate Vote on Special Budget Session HCR 2001

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