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John Huppenthal's Voting Records on Issue: Education

Office: Superintendent of Public Instruction (AZ), Republican

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 22, 2009 HCR 2019 Ends Affirmative Action Amendment Adopted - Senate
(17 - 11)
Did Not Vote
May 27, 2009 HB 2001 Scholarships for Disabled or Displaced Students Bill Passed - Senate
(17 - 11)
May 13, 2009 HB 2028 2008-2009 Budget Amendments Bill Passed - Senate
(19 - 8)
June 26, 2008 HB 2713 Student's Religious Liberties Act Bill Passed - Senate
(16 - 10)
June 4, 2008 HB 2475 Bonds for School Computers Bill Failed - Senate
(14 - 13)
April 29, 2008 HB 2557 Fine Arts and Physical Education in School Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 4)
April 23, 2008 HB 2711 State Control of Mismanaged Schools Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 3)
April 10, 2008 SB 1096 English Language Education Funding Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(16 - 14)
June 18, 2007 HB 2781 2007-2009 Biennium Budget Bill Passed - Senate
(23 - 5)
Feb. 20, 2007 SB 1180 No Child Left Behind Opt-Out Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 11)
Feb. 19, 2007 SB 1180 No Child Left Behind Opt-Out Bill Failed - Senate
(15 - 14)
March 2, 2006 HB 2064 English Language Learners Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(16 - 13)
Jan. 24, 2006 HB 2002 English Language Learners; Structured English Immersion Models; Budget Requests Bill Passed - Senate
(16 - 14)

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