|Full Name:||Evie Hudak|
|Family:||Husband: Edward; 1 Child: Genevieve|
|Birth Place:||New York, NY|
|Home City:||Westminster, CO|
|Date||Bill No.||Bill Title||Outcome||Vote|
|March 18, 2013||HB 1081||Expands Sexual Education Curriculum||Bill Passed - Senate
(20 - 15)
|April 27, 2012||SM 3||Urges Congress to Authorize Religious Exemptions to Providing Birth Control||Bill Failed - Senate
(15 - 20)
|April 22, 2010||HB 1021||Health Insurance Policy Coverage For Reproductive Services||Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(21 - 13)
|Jan. 13, 2010||HB 1021||Coverage For Reproductive Services For Health Insurance Policies||House||Co-sponsor|
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