The House passed Senate Bill 60 by a vote of 38-1-2.
This bill ensures that teachers and other school employees will not be docked their pay if they miss hours of work to testify as a witness at trial or to report to serve on a jury.
Repubican Representative Rich Collins voted against that. I guess he has to prove that he is an asshole on the record somehow.
This bill now goes to Governor Carney for his signature.
|Senate Bill 60 – Excused Reasons for Paid School Employee Leave||Currrent Status – Senate Passed 20-0-1. House Passed 38-1-2. Sent to the Governor.|
|House Sponsors – Williams, Baumbach, Lambert, Morrison, Romer||Senate Sponsors – Sturgeon, Townsend, Hansen, Hoffner, Walsh|
|House Yes Votes – Baumbach Bolden Bush Carson Chukwuocha Cooke Dorsey-Walker Griffith Harris Heffernan Johnson Lambert Longhurst Lynn Matthews Minor-Brown Moore Morrison Neal Osienski Parker-Selby Phillips Romer Schwartzkopf Williams Wilson-Anton // Briggs King Dukes Gray Hensley Hilovsky Morris Postles Ramone Short Shupe Smith Spiegelman Vanderwende Yearick||Senate Yes Votes – Brown Gay Hansen Hoffner Huxtable Lockman Mantzavinos McBride Paradee Pinkney Poore Sokola Sturgeon Townsend Walsh // Hocker Lawson Pettyjohn Richardon WilsonHocker Lawson Pettyjohn Richardon Wilson|
|House No Votes – Collins||Senate No Votes – None|
|House Absents or Not Voting – Parkey Selby, Lynn||Senate Absent or Not Voting –Buckson|
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