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Robert Meza's Voting Records on Issue: Government Budget and Spending

Office: State Senate (AZ) - District 30, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for State Senate - District 30

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 7, 2014 HB 2703 2014-2015 Budget Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(18 - 11)
Nay
April 24, 2012 HB 2800 Prohibits State Funding for Abortion Providers Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 8)
Nay
March 21, 2012 HB 2862 Appropriates Funds for Independent Redistricting Commission Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 9)
Yea
March 1, 2012 SB 1083 Establishes the Arizona Special Missions Unit Bill Passed - Senate
(20 - 10)
Nay
Feb. 28, 2012 SCR 1021 Repeals Public Campaign Financing Resolution Passed - Senate
(21 - 9)
Nay
April 1, 2011 SB 1617 K-12 Education Budget for 2011-2012 Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(21 - 8)
Nay
April 1, 2011 SB 1618 2011-2012 Budget Reconciliation for Higher Education Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(21 - 8)
Nay
April 1, 2011 SB 1619 Provisions to Health and Health Care for 2011-2012 Budget Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(21 - 8)
Nay
March 16, 2011 SB 1613 Budget Proposal Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 9)
Nay
March 10, 2011 SCR 1019 State Appropriations Resolution Passed - Senate
(21 - 9)
Nay
March 2, 2011 SB 1231 State Spending Cap Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 9)
Nay
Feb. 9, 2010 SB 1003 Lottery Revenue Bond Authorization and State Building Lease-Purchase Agreements Bill Passed - House
(31 - 27)
Did Not Vote

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