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Martin Nesbitt, Jr.'s Voting Records on Issue: Health and Health Care

North Carolina Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
July 2, 2013 SB 132 Requires Certain Reproductive Health and Safety Education for Schools Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(32 - 12)
Feb. 26, 2013 SB 4 Prohibits Medicaid Expansion Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(31 - 16)
May 18, 2011 HB 578 State Health Plan Amendments Bill Passed - Senate
(33 - 16)
April 14, 2011 SB 265 Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees Veto Override Passed - Senate
(30 - 17)
March 28, 2011 SB 265 Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees Bill Passed - Senate
(29 - 16)
March 2, 2011 SB 33 Medical Malpractice Amendments Bill Passed - Senate
(36 - 13)
July 7, 2010 HB 1726 Child Care Nutrition and Activity Standards Bill Passed - Senate
(35 - 13)
May 11, 2009 HB 2 Statewide Indoor Smoking Ban Bill Passed - Senate
(30 - 18)
April 22, 2009 SB 287 State Health Plan Changes and Appropriations Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(29 - 19)
March 24, 2009 SB 287 State Health Plan Changes and Appropriations Bill Passed - Senate
(28 - 18)
June 17, 2008 SB 1686 Restrictions on Public Smoking Bill Passed - Senate
(33 - 15)
July 3, 2007 SCS HB 973 Mental Health Insurance Coverage Bill Passed - Senate
(36 - 12)
May 15, 2007 SB 1006 Confidentiality of Competitive Health Care Information Act Bill Passed - Senate
(45 - 5)
July 19, 2006 HB 2699 Early Childhood Vision Care Program Bill Passed - Senate
(36 - 11)
July 18, 2006 HB 2873 Drinking Water From Private Wells Regulations Bill Passed - Senate
(29 - 19)

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