was read at length for the third time.
On passage of the measure
, the roll call was as follows:
Aye: Adkins, Balkman, Begley, Benson, Blackburn, Bonny,
, Case, Claunch, Coleman, Corn, Covey, Cox, Dank, Davis, Deutschendorf, Dunegan, Easley, Eddins, Ericson, Ervin, Erwin,
, Fields, Gilbert, Glover, Graves, Greenwood,
, Hefner, Hiett, Hilliard,
, Ingmire, Jones, Kirby, Langmacher, Leist, Lindley, Liotta, Maddux, Mass, Matlock, McCarter, Miller (Doug), Miller (Ray),
, Morgan, Nance, Nations, Newport, O'Neal, Paulk, Peters, Peterson, Pettigrew,
, Plunk, Pope (Clay), Pope (Tim), Reese, Rice, Roach, Roan, Roberts, Roggow, Ross, Smaligo, Smith (Dale), Smith (Hopper), Staggs, Stanley, Steele, Stites, Sullivan (John), Sullivan (Leonard), Sweeden, Taylor, Tibbs, Toure, Turner, Tyler, Vaughn, Walker, Webb, Wells, Wilson, Wilt, Winchester, Worthen, Wright, Young, Mr. Speaker.--93.
Nay: Askins, Benge, Calvey, Cargill, Friskup, Gray, Perry, Piatt.--8.
The measure passed.
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