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Key Votes

2007 North Dakota Key Votes

Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
Jan. 16, 2007 ND HB 1029 Local Sales Tax Restrictions Bill Passed - House (64 - 28)
April 6, 2007 ND HB 1051 Property Tax Relief Bill Failed - Senate (20 - 27)
April 23, 2007 ND HB 1106 Legislative Pay Raise Conference Report Adopted - House (49 - 44)
Feb. 14, 2007 ND HB 1449 Property Tax Relief Bill Failed - House (27 - 65)
Feb. 2, 2007 ND HB 1521 Freezing College Tuition Bill Failed - House (37 - 52)
April 18, 2007 ND SB 2032 Property Tax Reduction Bill Passed - House (61 - 33)
Feb. 14, 2007 ND SB 2032 Property Tax Reduction Bill Passed - Senate (24 - 22)
March 30, 2007 ND SB 2200 Revisions in School Funding Bill Passed - House (62 - 25)
March 22, 2007 ND SB 2347 In-State Tuition Grants Bill Failed - House (28 - 65)
Feb. 14, 2007 ND SB 2347 In-State Tuition Grants Bill Passed - Senate (40 - 7)
March 30, 2007 ND SB 2397 Oil Well Tax Cut Bill Passed - House (63 - 26)
Feb. 15, 2007 ND SB 2397 Oil Well Tax Cut Bill Passed - Senate (33 - 13)

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