Texting while driving vote breakdown

If you want to know how your representatives voted on the texting while driving ban, here’s the vote breakdown:

SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILL
HB 1195: A BILL for an Act to create and enact two new paragraphs to subdivision a of
subsection 3 of section 39-06.1-10 and a new section to chapter 39-08 of the North
Dakota Century Code, relating to the use of a wireless communications device and
demerit points; to amend and reenact subsection 2 of section 39-06.1-06 and
section 39-06.1-09 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to fees for a moving
violation; and to provide a penalty.
ROLL CALL
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 50 YEAS, 41 NAYS,
0 EXCUSED, 3 ABSENT AND NOT VOTING.
YEAS: Amerman; Anderson; Belter; Clark; Damschen; Devlin; Frantsvog; Froseth;
Glassheim; Gruchalla; Guggisberg; Hanson; Hatlestad; Hawken; Heilman; Holman;
Hunskor; Johnson, N.; Kaldor; Karls; Keiser; Kelsh, J.; Kelsh, S.; Kingsbury; Klein;
Klemin; Kretschmar; Kreun; Kroeber; Maragos; Martinson; Meier, L.; Metcalf;
Mueller; Nelson, M.; Onstad; Owens; Pietsch; Rust; Sanford; Steiner; Sukut; Trottier; Vigesaa; Wall; Wieland; Williams; Winrich; Zaiser; Speaker Drovdal
NAYS: Beadle; Bellew; Boehning; Brabandt; Brandenburg; Carlson; Conklin; Dahl; DeKrey;
Delmore; Delzer; Dosch; Grande; Headland; Heller; Johnson, D.; Kasper; Kelsch,
R.; Kempenich; Kilichowski; Koppelman; Kreidt; Louser; Meyer, S.; Mock; Monson;
Nathe; Nelson, J.; Paur; Pollert; Porter; Rohr; Ruby; Schatz; Schmidt; Skarphol;
Streyle; Thoreson; Weiler; Weisz; Wrangham
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING: Boe; Hofstad; Hogan
HB 1195 passed.

3 thoughts on “Texting while driving vote breakdown

  1. It’s important to note that this is ONE of the texting bans that was proposed on the House floor today. The bill that barely failed right before was a more comprehensive ban that called texting a secondary offense, whereas this bill that did pass is a first offense and the wording basically exempts any smartphone user (Line 8, Page 3 of HB 1195).

  2. so do these jackass legislatures know how its going to be enforced?
    everytime my phone lights up, im gonna get pulled over? even for using my GPS on my phone?
    a phone call comes in? my internet browser pops open cuz i touched it? this is a JOKE and yet another infringement on our lives.

    do some real work people!

  3. Pingback: ND: House aprroves ban on driving while texting :: Transport News

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