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Arkansas House fails to pass amendment to spending bill

This article was published February 18, 2013 at 5:55 p.m.

The House of Representatives on Monday narrowly failed to pass an amendment to House Bill 1041, which would cap the growth of state government spending at 3 percent per year in most instances. Overall, 49 legislators voted for the proposal; 42 voted against it; and 9 didn’t vote. The amendment, which was offered by the bill’s sponsor, Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs, made clear that the cap applied to the state’s net general revenue instead of gross revenue.

Yeas: 49

Alexander

D. Altes

Baird

Ballinger

Barnett

Bell

Biviano

Bragg

Branscum

J. Burris

Carnine

Catlett

Clemmer

Collins

Cozart

Dale

Davis

Deffenbaugh

Dotson

D. Douglas

C. Douglas

J. Edwards

Eubanks

Farrer

Fite

Gillam

Gossage

Hammer

Harris

Hickerson

Hobbs

House

Hutchison

Jean

Kerr

Lea

Lowery

S. Malone

Mayberry

D. Meeks

S. Meeks

Miller

Payton

Scott

Shepherd

Slinkard

Vines

Westerman

Womack

Nays: 42

C. Armstrong

E. Armstrong

Baine

Baltz

Broadaway

Copenhaver

J. Dickinson

Ferguson

Fielding

Hawthorne

Hillman

Hodges

Holcomb

Hopper

Jett

Julian

Kizzia

Lampkin

Leding

Lenderman

Love

Magie

McGill

McLean

Murdock

Nickels

B. Overbey

Perry

Ratliff

Richey

Sabin

Talley

T. Thompson

W. Wagner

Walker

D. Whitaker

B. Wilkins

H. Wilkins

Williams

Word

Wren

Wright

Non Voting: 9

Linck

McCrary

McElroy

Neal

Rice

F. Smith

Steel

Wardlaw

Carter


Read more in Tuesday's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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