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Tom Holland's Voting Records on Issue: Environment

Office: State Senate (KS) - District 3, Democratic Agenda Chair

Kansas Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 5, 2009 HB 2014 Allowing Coal Power Plants Bill Passed - Senate
(31 - 9)
Nay
May 7, 2008 HB 2412 Coal Plant Incentives Conference Report Adopted - House
(76 - 48)
Nay
May 7, 2008 SB 586 Incentives to Develop Nuclear Power Facilities Conference Report Adopted - House
(101 - 22)
Yea
May 1, 2008 SB 148 Electricity Generation and Conservation Veto Override Failed - House
(80 - 45)
Nay
April 4, 2008 SB 148 Electricity Generation and Conservation Bill Passed - House
(83 - 41)
Nay
March 28, 2008 SB 586 Incentives to Develop Nuclear Power Facilities Bill Passed - House
(104 - 19)
Yea
March 5, 2008 SB 327 Expansion of Coal-Fired Power Plants Conference Report Adopted - House
(75 - 47)
Nay
Feb. 19, 2008 SB 327 Expansion of Coal-Fired Power Plants Bill Passed - House
(77 - 45)
Nay

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