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John Huppenthal's Voting Records on Issue: Abortion

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
July 1, 2009 SB 1175 Prohibiting Non-Physicians from Performing Abortions Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(16 - 11)
Yea
June 16, 2008 SB 1048 Prohibiting Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(18 - 6)
Yea
March 25, 2008 HB 2263 Maturity Requirement for Underage Abortions Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 12)
Yea
March 25, 2008 HB 2769 Increasing Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion Penalties Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 9)
Yea
June 20, 2007 HB 2641 Maturity Requirement for Underage Abortions Bill Failed - Senate
(13 - 6)
Yea
April 11, 2006 HB 2666 Notarized Parental Consent for Abortions Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 10)
Yea
April 4, 2006 HB 2254 Requiring Doctors to Inform Women of Fetal Pain Bill Passed - Senate
(17 - 13)
Yea
March 2, 2006 SB 1325 Public Funds; Abortion; Prohibition Bill Passed - Senate
(17 - 12)
Yea

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