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Rick Berg's Voting Records on Issue: Education

North Dakota Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 4, 2009 SB 2003 2009-2011 Biennuim Higher Education Budget Conference Report Adopted - House
(70 - 24)
April 10, 2009 HB 1171 Home School Deregulation Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(51 - 38)
Feb. 19, 2009 HB 1400 Education Law Amendments Bill Passed - House
(78 - 16)
Feb. 18, 2009 HB 1348 Allowing Concealed Firearms on Campuses Bill Passed - House
(48 - 46)
April 20, 2007 SB 2046 Teachers’ Retirement Fund Conference Report Adopted - House
(57 - 27)
April 18, 2007 SB 2032 Property Tax Reduction Bill Passed - House
(61 - 33)
March 30, 2007 SB 2200 Revisions in School Funding Bill Passed - House
(62 - 25)
March 22, 2007 SB 2347 In-State Tuition Grants Bill Failed - House
(28 - 65)
March 20, 2007 SB 2309 High School Graduation Requirements Bill Passed - House
(59 - 32)
Feb. 2, 2007 HB 1521 Freezing College Tuition Bill Failed - House
(37 - 52)
Jan. 31, 2007 HB 1177 School District Salary Cap Exemptions Bill Passed - House
(73 - 17)
Jan. 16, 2007 HB 1029 Local Sales Tax Restrictions Bill Passed - House
(64 - 28)

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