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Drew MacEwen's Voting Records

Office: State House (WA) - 35 Position 2, Republican Assistant Minority Whip

Washington Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 11, 2014 HB 2789 Establishes Usage Policy for Extraordinary Sensing Devices Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(77 - 21)
March 7, 2014 SB 6065 Prohibits the Use of Tanning Beds by Minors Bill Passed - House
(58 - 39)
Feb. 18, 2014 SB 6523 Authorizes In-State Tuition for Non-Citizen Individuals Bill Passed - House
(75 - 22)
Feb. 17, 2014 HB 2149 Amends Medical Marijuana Program Bill Passed - House
(67 - 29)
Feb. 5, 2014 HB 2148 Requires Certain Health Plans to Cover Abortions Bill Passed - House
(54 - 44)
June 13, 2013 HB 2075 Repeals Marital Trust Estate Tax Exemption Bill Passed - House
(53 - 33)
May 30, 2013 HB 2064 Amends Estate Tax Laws Bill Passed - House
(51 - 40)
April 15, 2013 SB 5329 Requires Superintendent to Take Action in Certain Schools Bill Passed - House
(68 - 29)
March 25, 2013 SB 5802 Authorizes a Carbon Emissions Reduction Study Bill Passed - House
(61 - 32)
March 13, 2013 HB 1817 Authorizes Undocumented Students to Apply for State Financial Aid Bill Passed - House
(77 - 20)
March 11, 2013 HB 1000 Authorizes Immunity to Health Care Providers Following End-Of-Life Directives Bill Passed - House
(59 - 36)
March 8, 2013 HB 1283 Amends School Age Requirements Bill Passed - House
(74 - 23)
March 5, 2013 HB 1404 Authorizes Immunity From Prosecution for Minors Who Report Underage Intoxication Bill Passed - House
(72 - 24)
Feb. 22, 2013 HB 1044 Requires Health Insurance Plans to Cover Abortions Bill Passed - House
(53 - 43)

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