Posted: Monday, April 11, 2005
From the Tulsa World
HOW THEY VOTED
The House voted 57-42 to approve a bill that would restrict the attorney
general's ability to file lawsuits.
Republicans voting for the measure (50): Adkins, Armes, Balkman, Banz,
Benge, Billy, Bingman, Blackwell, Calvey, Cargill, Coody, Cooksey, Dank,
Denney, DePue, DeWitt, Duncan, Hickman, Hiett, Jackson, Jett, Johnson,
Jones, Kern, Liebmann, Liotta, Martin, D. Miller, K. Miller, F. Morgan,
Nance, Newport, Perry, P. Peterson, R. Peterson, Piatt, Reynolds,
Richardson, Roggow, Smaligo, Steele, Sullivan, Terrill, Thompson, Tibbs,
Wesselhoft, Wilt, Winchester, Wright and Young.
Democrats voting for the measure (7): Auffet, Brannon, Dorman, McMullen,
Pruett, Smithson and Turner.
Republicans voting against the measure (6): Case, Cox, Ingmire, Peters,
Trebilcock and Worthen.
Democrats voting against the measure (36): Askins, Blackburn, Braddock,
Brown, Carey, Covey, Deutschendorf, Eddins, Ellis, Glenn, Hamilton,
Harrison, Hilliard, Hyman, Kiesel, Lamons, Lindley, Mass, McCarter,
McDaniel, Mc- Peak, R. Miller, D. Morgan, Morrissette, Nations, Plunk,
Roan, Rousselot, Shelton, Sherrer, Shoemake, Shumate, Staggs, Sweeden,
Toure and Walker.
Absent (2): Gilbert and Hastings.