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Key Votes

2006 Alaska Key Votes

Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
March 3, 2006 AK CSSB 112 Rural Education Tax Bill Passed - Senate (11 - 8)
May 9, 2006 AK SB 305 Oil and Gas Production Tax Concurrence Vote Failed - Senate (10 - 10)
April 24, 2006 AK SB 305 Oil and Gas Production Tax Bill Passed - Senate (14 - 6)
May 8, 2006 AK SB 305 Oil and Gas Production Tax Bill Passed - House (28 - 11)
May 6, 2006 AK CSHB 471 Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority Concurrence Vote Passed - House (26 - 14)
April 5, 2006 AK CSHB 471 Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority Bill Passed - House (28 - 7)
April 24, 2006 AK CSHB 471 Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority Bill Passed - Senate (11 - 8)
March 29, 2006 AK HB 365 2006-2007 Capital Budget Bill Passed - House (27 - 12)
May 9, 2006 AK SB 231 2006-2007 Capital Budget Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate (15 - 5)
May 8, 2006 AK SB 231 2006-2007 Capital Budget Bill Passed - House (34 - 5)
May 22, 2006 AK CSSB 2001 Oil and Gas Tax Bill Passed - Senate (15 - 4)
June 6, 2006 AK HCS CS SB 2001 Oil and Gas Tax (Special Session) Concurrence Vote Failed - Senate (8 - 12)
June 4, 2006 AK HCS CS SB 2001 Oil and Gas Tax (Special Session) Bill Passed - House (28 - 12)
June 8, 2006 AK CCS SB 2001 Oil and Gas Tax (Special Session) Conference Report Adopted - Senate (14 - 6)
June 8, 2006 AK CCS SB 2001 Oil and Gas Tax (Special Session) Conference Report Rejected - House (13 - 25)
May 9, 2006 AK SCS CS HB 334 Additional Religious Property Tax Exemption Concurrence Vote Passed - House (26 - 13)
May 7, 2006 AK SCS CS HB 334 Additional Religious Property Tax Exemption Bill Passed - Senate (14 - 6)

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