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David Schapira's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: Council Member (Tempe, AZ) - At-Large, Democratic

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 12, 2012 HB 2729 Authorizes Guns in Certain Public Buildings Bill Passed - Senate
(19 - 11)
March 14, 2011 SB 1467 Concealed Weapons on College Campuses Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 7)
March 8, 2011 SB 1610 Official State Gun Bill Passed - Senate
(18 - 12)
March 3, 2011 SB 1201 Firearms Omnibus Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 8)
Feb. 24, 2010 HB 2307 Federal Arms Regulation Exemption Bill Passed - House
(35 - 23)
June 27, 2008 HB 2389 Involving Gun Owners' Rights Conference Report Adopted - House
(33 - 21)
May 21, 2008 HB 2629 Legalizing the Defensive Display of a Firearm Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(34 - 26)
March 27, 2008 HB 2788 Relaxing Concealed Weapon Restrictions Bill Passed - House
(51 - 5)
March 11, 2008 HB 2389 Involving Gun Owners' Rights Bill Passed - House
(37 - 22)
March 4, 2008 HB 2630 Illegally Concealed Weapon Penalty Reduction Bill Passed - House
(36 - 24)
June 4, 2007 SB 1251 Secure Storage of Guns at Public Establishments Bill Passed - House
(32 - 23)
More information may be found on Tempe's Web site.

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