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House Passes Bill Allowing School Employee Paid Leave for Jury Duty or Court Testimony

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 SponsorsWilliams, Baumbach, Lambert, Morrison, RomerSenate SponsorsSturgeon, Townsend, Hansen, Hoffner, Walsh
House Yes VotesBaumbach 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 YearickSenate Yes VotesBrown 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 VotesCollins Senate No Votes – None
House Absents or Not VotingParkey Selby, LynnSenate Absent or Not VotingBuckson

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