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Kevin Pearson's Voting Records on Issue: Senior Citizens

Office: State House (LA) - District 76, Republican

Louisiana Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 3, 2013 SB 5 Repeals Mandatory Retirement Age for Judges Amendment Rejected - House
(63 - 33)
Nay
June 7, 2011 HB 138 Parole Eligibility for Elderly Inmates Bill Passed - House
(65 - 25)
Nay
June 20, 2010 HB 519 Limiting "Retire-Rehire" Benefits in Public Schools Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(71 - 19)
Yea
June 8, 2009 HB 316 Property Tax Exemption Joint Resolution Failed - House
(30 - 63)
Nay

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