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HOUSE JOINT MEMORIAL 4

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HJM004   by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
JUDGES – Stating findings of the Legislature and calling upon Congress to bring clarity to the principle that the role of the United States judiciary is to interpret as close to original intent as possible.
  02/17 Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing  
  02/18 Reported Printed and Referred to State Affairs  
  03/18 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading  
  03/19 Read second time; Filed for Third Reading  
  03/20 Read Third Time in Full – ADOPTED - 44-25-1
AYES – Anderson, Anderst, Andrus, Barbieri, Bateman, Batt, Boyle, Chaney, Cheatham, Collins, Crane, Dayley, DeMordaunt, Dixon, Gestrin, Harris, Hartgen, Hixon, Holtzclaw, Horman, Kerby, Loertscher, McMillan, Mendive, Miller, Monks, Moyle, Nate, Nielsen, Packer, Palmer, Raybould, Redman, Romrell, Scott, Shepherd, Sims, Thompson, Trujillo, VanOrden, Vander Woude, Wills, Youngblood, Mr. Speaker
NAYS – Bell, Beyeler, Burtenshaw, Chew, Clow, Erpelding, Gannon, Gibbs, Jordan, Kauffman, King, Kloc, Malek, McCrostie, McDonald, Nye, Pence, Perry, Rubel, Rudolph, Rusche, Smith, Troy, Wintrow, Wood
Absent – Luker
Floor Sponsor - Shepherd
Title apvd - to Senate
 
  03/23 Received from the House passed; filed for first reading  
  Introduced, read first time; referred to: State Affairs