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Representative Regina Ashford Barrow's Voting Records

Office: State House (LA) - District 29, Democratic
Issue Category

13 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
6/02/10 SB 9 Classifying Text Messaging While Driving as a Primary Offense
Bill Passed - House (69 - 22)
Yea
5/06/10 HB 863 Prohibits Hand-Held Cell Phones while Driving
Bill Failed - House (49 - 41)
Nay
6/18/09 HB 340 Religious Freedom Constitutional Amendment
Concurrence Vote Failed - House (53 - 26)
Did Not Vote
6/17/09 HB 499 Seat Belt Law
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (75 - 12)
Yea
6/16/09 HB 11 Designating Driver's Licenses for Drug Dealers
Bill Failed - House (68 - 23)
Yea
6/02/09 HB 639 Motorcycle Helmets
Bill Passed - House (64 - 33)
Nay
5/27/09 Amdt B-200 Cell Phone Secondary Offense
Amendment Adopted - House (56 - 40)
Nay
5/27/09 HB 146 Cell Phones While Driving
Bill Passed - House (57 - 41)
Yea
5/19/09 HB 517 Health Care Protection
Bill Passed - House (82 - 13)
Nay
5/12/09 HB 60 Birth Certificates for Adoption
Bill Passed - House (78 - 17)
Yea
6/21/08 HB 906 Anonymity of Ethics Board Complaints
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (79 - 21)
Yea
6/20/08 SB 718 State Board Member and Commissioner Financial Disclosures
Bill Passed - House (92 - 8)
Yea
6/19/08 SB 137 Young Drivers Using Cell Phones While Driving
Bill Passed - House (70 - 19)
Yea
4/21/08 HB 852 Banning Cell Phones While Driving
Bill Passed - House (55 - 43)
Yea
6/07/07 HB 786 Teenage Driver Passenger Limit
Bill Failed - House (38 - 60)
Yea
6/05/07 HB 313 Extended Period for Indictments
Bill Passed - House (79 - 25)
Nay
5/17/06 HB 853 Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment in State Government
Bill Failed - House (38 - 58)
Yea
5/04/06 HB 1010 Smoking in Motor Vehicles Ban
Bill Passed - House (67 - 31)
Yea

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