Bill S.2133 188th (2013 - 2014)

An Act to increase opportunities for long-term substance abuse recovery

The committee on Ways and Means, to whom was referred the Senate Bill to reduce prescription drug tampering and abuse, reports, recommending that the same ought to pass with an amendment substituting a new draft entitled “An Act to increase opportunities for long-term substance abuse recovery” (Senate, No. 2133).

Sponsors:

Senate Committee on Ways and Means

Status:
 
Senate Roll Call # 301 May 13, 2014
Question on passing the bill to be engrossed

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
40 0 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 300 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
4 35 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 299 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
39 0 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 298 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
14 25 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 297 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
39 0 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 296 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
4 35 0 0 0
Senate Roll Call # 295 May 13, 2014
Question on adoption of the amendment

Voting Summary

Yea Nay Present Absent/Not Voting Paired
6 33 0 0 0
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