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HB0962 - Restaurant Carry - Final House Vote!

→ Posted on May 08, 2009 - 10:20 AM

Here are the final House votes on HB0962, which is the restaurant carry
bill.  No real surprises but plenty of opportunity for disappointment.  Note that 10 legislators did not vote at all.

The video clip in the House is located at this location.  It is worth watching.  It is 4 hours and 12 minutes into the session.

http://tnga.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=78&clip_id=1446&meta_id=20841

HB0962 by Todd - FLOOR VOTE: MOTION TO ADOPT CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT 5/7/2009
Passed
      Ayes…............................................66
      Noes…............................................23

      Representatives voting aye were: Barker, Bass, Bell, Bone,
Borchert, Brooks H, Brooks K, Campfield, Carr, Casada, Cobb C, Cobb J, Cobb
T, Coley, Curtiss, Dean, Dennis, Dunn, Eldridge, Evans, Faulkner, Ferguson, Fincher, Floyd, Ford, Fraley, Hackworth, Harrison, Hawk, Haynes, Hensley, Hill, Johnson C, Johnson P, Kelsey, Lollar, Lundberg, Lynn, Maddox, Matheny, Matlock, McCord, McCormick, McDaniel, McDonald, McManus, Montgomery, Moore, Mumpower, Niceley, Odom, Ramsey, Rich, Roach, Rowland, Sargent, Shepard, Shipley, Swafford, Tidwell, Todd, Watson, Weaver, Windle, Yokley, Mr.
Speaker Williams—66.

      Representatives voting no were: Armstrong, Brown, Camper, DeBerry
J, DeBerry L, Favors, Fitzhugh, Hardaway, Harmon, Jones S, Jones U, Kernell, Litz, Naifeh, Pitts, Pruitt, Richardson, Shaw, Sontany, Stewart, Towns,
Turner L, Turner M—23.


For purposes of comparison, here are the House votes from April 6, 2009, when the bill passed in the House with the restrictions.

HB0962 by Todd - FLOOR VOTE: AS AMENDED PASSAGE ON THIRD CONSIDERATION 4/6/2009
Passed
      Ayes…............................................70
      Noes…............................................26

      Representatives voting aye were: Barker, Bass, Bell, Borchert, Brooks H, Brooks K, Campfield, Carr, Casada, Cobb C, Cobb T, Coleman, Coley, Curtiss, Dean, Dennis, Dunn, Eldridge, Evans, Faulkner, Ferguson, Fincher, Floyd, Ford, Fraley, Hackworth, Halford, Harrison, Hawk, Haynes, Hensley, Hill, Johnson C, Johnson P, Kelsey, Litz, Lollar, Lundberg, Lynn, Maddox, Maggart, Matheny, Matlock, McCord, McCormick, McDaniel, McDonald, McManus, Montgomery, Moore, Mumpower, Niceley, Odom, Ramsey, Rich, Roach, Rowland, Sargent, Shepard, Shipley, Swafford, Tidwell, Tindell, Todd, Watson, Weaver, Windle, Winningham, Yokley, Mr. Speaker Williams—70.

      Representatives voting no were: Armstrong, Bone, Brown, Camper,
Cobb J, Cooper, DeBerry J, DeBerry L, Favors, Gilmore, Hardaway, Harmon, Harwell, Jones S, Jones U, Kernell, Miller, Naifeh, Pitts, Richardson, Shaw, Sontany, Stewart, Towns, Turner L, Turner M—26.

Note that Bone and Cobb J moved from No votes on April 6 to Yes votes on May 7.

During the floor debates on May 7, Jim Cobb stated (time mark 4:24:12) that
he voted against the bill originally but that he was changing his vote due
to “an overwhelming response from my constituents” and that he was therefore placing his opinion second to the will of his constituents.