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Harry Readshaw III's Voting Records on Issue: Federal, State and Local Relations

Office: State House (PA) - District 36, Democratic

Pennsylvania Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Oct. 20, 2014 HB 80 Authorizes Civil Action against Local Firearm Laws Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(138 - 56)
Oct. 6, 2014 HB 1243 Authorizes Civil Action against Local Firearm Laws Bill Passed - House
(143 - 54)
Jan. 10, 2013 HB 80 Authorizes Civil Action against Local Firearm Laws House Co-sponsor
June 30, 2012 HB 254 Expands Use of Red-Light Cameras Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(113 - 72)
June 30, 2012 SB 1263 Prohibits Gas Drilling in Certain Areas Bill Passed - House
(123 - 74)
June 28, 2012 HB 1307 Authorizes State Control of Financially Distressed Schools Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(106 - 95)
June 6, 2012 SB 1310 Authorizes Repayment of Unemployment Debt to the Federal Government Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(129 - 67)
June 25, 2008 A 7738 Real ID Biometric Data Bill Failed - House
(92 - 108)
June 4, 2008 SB 246 Smoking Ban Conference Report Adopted - House
(163 - 38)
July 16, 2007 SB 246 Smoking Ban Bill Passed - House
(141 - 62)

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