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Neil Breslin's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: State Senate (NY) - District 44, Democratic, Independence, Working Families Assistant Democratic Conference Leader for Floor Operations

New York Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 30, 2014 A 9206 Authorizes Traffic Cameras on Long Island Bill Passed - Senate
(49 - 11)
March 14, 2012 S 6733 Expands DNA Database to Include Misdemeanors Bill Passed - Senate
(36 - 0)
Did Not Vote
Jan. 31, 2012 S 5560-A Requires DNA Testing of All Persons Convicted of Certain Crimes Bill Passed - Senate
(49 - 10)
June 15, 2010 S 5620 Reducing Drug Penalties for Offenders with Hypodermic Syringes Bill Passed - Senate
(43 - 18)
June 12, 2008 S 2375 DNA Database Expansion Bill Passed - Senate
(51 - 9)
May 14, 2007 S 319 Death Penalty For Certain Murders Bill Passed - Senate
(37 - 24)
March 5, 2007 S 3318 Sex Offender Management and Treatment Act Bill Passed - Senate
(53 - 8)
June 21, 2006 S 8446 DNA Database Expansion Bill Passed - Senate
(56 - 2)
June 13, 2006 S 6771 Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Bill Bill Passed - Senate
(37 - 23)

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