In case you’re interested in knowing how your representatives voted on the bill that would have banned smoking with kids in the car:
SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILL
HB 1150: A BILL for an Act to create and enact a new section to chapter 39-01 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to smoking in vehicles; to amend and reenact subsection 1 of section 39-06.1-06 and section 39-06.1-08 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to statutory fees for nonmoving violations; and to provide a penalty.
The question being on the final passage of the bill, which has been read, and has committee
recommendation of DO NOT PASS, the roll was called and there were 28 YEAS, 66 NAYS,
0 EXCUSED, 0 ABSENT AND NOT VOTING.
YEAS: Amerman; Clark; Froseth; Glassheim; Gruchalla; Guggisberg; Hatlestad; Hogan;
Holman; Hunskor; Kaldor; Keiser; Kelsh, J.; Kelsh, S.; Kingsbury; Klemin;
Kretschmar; Maragos; Metcalf; Mock; Mueller; Onstad; Sanford; Skarphol; Sukut;
Trottier; Winrich; Zaiser
NAYS: Anderson; Beadle; Bellew; Belter; Boe; Boehning; Brabandt; Brandenburg; Carlson;
Conklin; Dahl; Damschen; DeKrey; Delmore; Delzer; Devlin; Dosch; Frantsvog;
Grande; Hanson; Hawken; Headland; Heilman; Heller; Hofstad; Johnson, D.;
Johnson, N.; Karls; Kasper; Kelsch, R.; Kempenich; Kilichowski; Klein; Koppelman;
Kreidt; Kreun; Kroeber; Louser; Martinson; Meier, L.; Meyer, S.; Monson; Nathe;
Nelson, J.; Nelson, M.; Owens; Paur; Pietsch; Pollert; Porter; Rohr; Ruby; Rust;
Schatz; Schmidt; Steiner; Streyle; Thoreson; Vigesaa; Wall; Weiler; Weisz; Wieland;
Williams; Wrangham; Speaker Drovdal
HB 1150 lost.
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