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Lars Christiansen's Voting Records on Issue: Education

Office: State House (NH) - Hillsborough 37, Republican

New Hampshire Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 6, 2012 CACR 12 Legislative Authority of Education Requirements Conference Report Rejected - House
(224 - 144)
Nay
March 8, 2012 HB 1654 Reduces Sentences of Prisoners Pursuing Degrees Bill Failed - House
(152 - 171)
Yea
May 14, 2008 CACR 34 Constitutional Amendment to Define an Adequate Education Resolution Failed - House
(97 - 238)
Yea
May 7, 2008 SB 539 Education Funding Amendments Bill Passed - House
(184 - 141)
Nay
June 27, 2007 HB 1 208-2009 Operating Budget Conference Report Adopted - House
(211 - 146)
Nay
June 27, 2007 HB 927 Adequate Education Definition Conference Report Adopted - House
(205 - 115)
Did Not Vote
June 6, 2007 SB 18 Raising the Compulsory School Age Bill Passed - House
(201 - 156)
Nay
April 11, 2007 HB 1 208-2009 Operating Budget Bill Passed - House
(208 - 158)
Nay
March 27, 2007 HB 927 Adequate Education Definition Bill Passed - House
(226 - 132)
Nay
April 12, 2006 SB 268 High School Dropout Age Bill Failed - House
(134 - 219)
Nay

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