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Thomas Miller, Jr.'s Voting Records on Issue: Technology and Communication

Office: State Senate (MD) - District 27, Democratic President

Maryland Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 25, 2013 SB 339 Classifies Using a Cell Phone While Driving As a Primary Offense Bill Passed - Senate
(41 - 6)
Yea
March 11, 2013 SB 279 Amends Early Voting Procedures Bill Passed - Senate
(35 - 12)
Yea
March 24, 2010 SB 321 Prohibiting Hand-Held Cell Phone Use While Driving Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 23)
Yea
April 3, 2008 SB 46 Computer Services Sales Tax Repeal and Other Tax Adjustments Bill Passed - Senate
(30 - 17)
Yea
March 28, 2008 HB 362 Department of Information Technology Bill Passed - Senate
(31 - 14)
Yea
March 20, 2008 SB 2 Banning Cell Phones While Driving Bill Passed - Senate
(26 - 21)
Yea
March 18, 2008 SB 269 Authorizing Speed Monitoring Systems Bill Passed - Senate
(26 - 21)
Yea
March 14, 2008 SB 461 Prohibiting Cell Phone Use by Drivers Under 18 Bill Failed - Senate
(22 - 21)
Yea

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