|Full Name:||Ruth Ann Minner|
|Family:||Widowed; 3 Children: Wayne, Frank, Gary|
|Birth Place:||Slaughter Neck, DE|
|Home City:||Milford, DE|
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|Date||Bill No.||Bill Title||Outcome||Vote|
|Sept. 25, 2008||SB 298||Commercial Fishing of Striped Bass||Vetoed - Executive
|July 17, 2008||HB 287||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 9 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO NEW CASTLE COUNTY AND THE GRANT OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE DIMENSIONAL VARIANCE.||Vetoed - Executive
|July 17, 2008||SB 326||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.||Vetoed - Executive
|July 1, 2008||SB 300||2008-2009 Budget||Signed - Executive
|June 28, 2008||SB 245||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLES 10 AND 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO REAL PROPERTY ACQUISITION AND EMINENT DOMAIN.||Vetoed - Executive
|Aug. 2, 2007||SB 36||State Employee Collective Bargaining||Signed - Executive
|June 30, 2007||HB 249||Cigarette Tax Increase||Signed - Executive
|June 27, 2007||HB 175||Emergency Power to Seize Private Firearms||Signed - Executive
|May 19, 2007||HB 14||An act to amend Title 29 of the Delaware Code relating to the Department of Technology and Information.||Vetoed - Executive
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