was read at length for the third time.
On passage of the measure
, the roll call was as follows:
Aye: Askins, Begley, Benson, Blackburn, Bonny,
, Corn, Covey, Cox, Deutschendorf, Dunegan, Easley, Eddins, Ervin, Erwin,
, Fields, Gilbert, Glover, Gray, Hefner, Hilliard,
, Ingmire, Kirby, Langmacher, Leist, Lindley, Maddux, Mass, Matlock, McCarter, Miller (Ray),
, Morgan, Nations, Paulk, Phillips, Plunk, Pope (Clay), Reese, Rice, Roach, Roan, Roberts, Ross, Smith (Dale), Smith (Hopper), Staggs, Stanley, Stites, Sullivan (Leonard), Sweeden, Taylor, Toure, Turner, Tyler, Walker, Webb, Wells, Wilson, Young, Mr. Speaker.--63.
Nay: Adkins, Balkman, Benge, Calvey, Cargill, Case, Claunch, Coleman, Dank, Davis, Ericson, Friskup, Graves,
, Hastings, Hiett, Jones, Liotta, Miller (Doug), Nance, Newport, O'Neal, Perry, Peters,
, Pettigrew, Piatt, Pope (Tim), Roggow, Smaligo, Sullivan (John), Tibbs, Vaughn, Wilt,
, Worthen, Wright.--37.
The measure passed.
was referred for engrossment.
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