How Tampa Bay's legislators voted on controversial bills

Check the table below to see how Tampa Bay's legislators voted on a group of controversial bills over the past two years as highlighted in a recent series of Howard Troxler's columns.

How they voted

Weaker growth lawFair distrcits 'poison pill'Easier

permits
Slush fundsFire PSC (Senate)OK drilling

(House)
CSX dealAbortion ultrasoundRepeal

tenure
Total
SENATE
Victor Crist, R-TampaNYYYY-YYY7
Paula Dockery, R-LakelandNNYNN-NYN2
Mike Fasano, R-New Port RicheyYYYYN-YYY7
Dennis Jones, R-Treasure IslandYYYYN-YNN5
Arthenia Joyner, D-TampaNNYNY-NNN2
Charlie Justice, D-St. PetersburgNNYNN-NNN1
Ronda Storms, R-BrandonNYYYY-NYY6
HOUSE
Kevin Ambler, R-TampaYYYY-YYYY8
Tom Anderson, R-DunedinYYYY-NYNY6
Rachel Burgin, R-TampaYYYY-YYYY8
Janet Cruz, D-Tampa (2010)-N-N---NN0
Faye Culp, R-TampaYYYY-YYNN6
Jim Frishe, R-Belleair BluffsYYYY-NYYY7
Bill Galvano, R-BradentonYYYY-NYYY7
Rich Glorioso, R-Plant CityYYYY-YYYY8
Bill Heller, D-St. PetersburgNNYN-NNNN1
Ed Homan, R-TampaYYYY-YYNN6
Ed Hooper, R-ClearwaterYYYY-NYYY7
Rick Kriseman, D-St. PetersburgNNYN-NNNN1
John Legg, R-New Port RicheyYYYY-YYYY8
Janet Long, D-SeminoleNNYN-NYNN2
Seth McKeel, R-LakelandYYYY-YYYY8
Peter Nehr, R-Tarpon SpringsYYYY-NYYN6
Ron Reagan, R-BradentonYYYY-YYYY8
Betty Reed, D-TampaNNYN-NYNN2
Darryl Rouson, D-St. PetersburgNYYN-NYNN3
Rob Schenck, R-Spring HillYYYY-YYYY8
Ron Schultz, R-HomosassaYNYY-NYYN5
Mike Scionti, D-Tampa (2009)N-Y--NY--2
Will Weatherford, R-Wesley ChapelYYYY-YYYY8

* A "yes" vote on the PSC means a vote to remove one or both of the PSC members up for confirmation.

How Tampa Bay's legislators voted on controversial bills 10/23/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 23, 2010 6:17pm]

    

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