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Jennifer Seelig's Voting Records on Issue: Federal, State and Local Relations

Office: State House (UT) - District 23, Democratic Minority Leader

Utah Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 10, 2014 HJR 8 Requests a National Constitutional Convention Joint Resolution Failed - House
(32 - 41)
Nay
March 8, 2012 SB 208 Interstate Health Care Compact Conference Report Adopted - House
(45 - 27)
Nay
March 7, 2012 HB 148 Authorizes the Transfer of Federal Lands to the State Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(59 - 14)
Nay
Feb. 27, 2012 HB 511 Authorizing Eminent Domain over Federal Land Bill Passed - House
(57 - 14)
Nay
Feb. 24, 2012 HB 104 Prohibits Local Ordinances Against Idling Vehicles Bill Passed - House
(42 - 28)
Nay
Feb. 24, 2012 HB 198 Prohibits Regulation of Family Food Bill Passed - House
(53 - 16)
Nay
Feb. 21, 2012 HB 49 Authorizing the Concealed or Open Possession of Firearms Bill Passed - House
(50 - 21)
Nay
March 4, 2011 HB 317 Specifies that Gold and Silver Coins are Legal Tender in Utah Bill Passed - House
(47 - 26)
Nay
Feb. 16, 2010 HCR 8 Statement of Opposition to Federal Health Care Proposal Resolution Passed - House
(57 - 15)
Nay
Feb. 10, 2010 SB 11 Federal Arms Regulation Exemption Bill Passed - House
(56 - 17)
Did Not Vote
March 4, 2009 SB 29 Authorizing Corporate Water Systems to Refuse Fluoridation Bill Passed - House
(60 - 11)
Nay
Feb. 28, 2008 SB 162 State Discretion Over Federal Education Programs Bill Passed - House
(38 - 33)
Nay

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