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Rick Ladd, Jr.'s Voting Records on Issue: Business and Consumers

Office: State House (NH) - Grafton 4, Republican

New Hampshire Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 7, 2014 SB 329 Repeals the Prohibition on Alcoholic Beverages Billboard Advertisements "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(193 - 164)
Yea
March 26, 2014 HB 1508 Prohibits Implementation of Common Core Educational Standards "Inexpedient to Legislate" Vote Passed - House
(201 - 138)
Yea
March 12, 2014 HB 1403 Increases the Minimum Wage Bill Passed - House
(173 - 118)
Nay
Jan. 8, 2014 HB 544 Expands Medicaid Eligibility Bill Passed - House
(182 - 154)
Nay
March 21, 2013 HB 443 Prohibits Contracts with Private Entities for Inmate Custody Bill Passed - House
(197 - 136)
Nay
Feb. 20, 2013 HB 370 Repeals the Education Tax Credit Program Bill Passed - House
(188 - 151)
Nay
March 28, 2012 H Amdt 917h Authorizing the Establishment of 4 Casinos Amendment Rejected - House
(154 - 195)
Yea
June 22, 2011 HB 2 Recertification of Employer Retirement Contribution Rates Conference Report Adopted - House
(259 - 119)
Yea
March 30, 2011 HB 580 Public Employee Retirement System Amendments Bill Passed - House
(228 - 139)
Yea
June 9, 2010 Amdt 2390 Eliminating Tobacco Tax Increase Amendment Rejected - House
(152 - 194)
Yea
Jan. 6, 2010 HB 569 Expanding Coverage Requirements for Autism Disorders Bill Passed - House
(213 - 147)
Nay
March 4, 2009 HB 644 Gasoline Tax Increase Bill Passed - House
(190 - 162)
Yea
Feb. 18, 2009 HB 103 Laid Off Employees Payment Time-Frame Bill Passed - House
(194 - 164)
Nay

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