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David Rivera's Voting Records on Issue:

Florida Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 9, 2010 SB 6 Education Law Amendments Bill Passed - House
(64 - 55)
May 8, 2009 SB 788 Gambling Expansion Conference Report Adopted - House
(82 - 35)
April 23, 2009 HB 1293 Changes in High School Graduation Standards Bill Passed - House
(75 - 42)
Jan. 14, 2009 SB 2-A 2008-2009 Budget Amendments Conference Report Adopted - House
(74 - 43)
April 28, 2008 SB 2692 Teaching Evolution in Public Schools Bill Passed - House
(71 - 43)
Did Not Vote
May 2, 2007 CS SB 1710 State University Tuition Increase Bill Passed - House
(79 - 37)
April 30, 2007 HB 7145 Private School Scholarship Program Expansion Act Bill Passed - House
(84 - 34)
April 25, 2007 CS HB 7189 Kidcare Eligibility Expansion Bill Passed - House
(98 - 14)
May 2, 2006 HJR 447 Classroom Size Requirements and 65 Percent of School Funding for Classroom Instruction Amendment Adopted - House
(74 - 40)
April 6, 2006 A 990264 Education Funding Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(34 - 81)
April 6, 2006 A 990269 Teacher Salary Increase Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(37 - 72)
March 23, 2006 HB 205 Prohibition of Certain Financial Assistance to International Students Bill Passed - House
(96 - 23)

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