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Senate Roll Call on 03/05/1997


SS SB 121
3rd read of bill to repeal law requiring annual auto safety inspections, but toughten seat-belt law.
Yes=21 No=11 Abstain=0 Not voting=2



Y - Banks, J.B. "Jet": D-St. Louis City (5)
Y - Bentley, Roseann: R-Springfield (30)
Y - Caskey, Harold: D-Butler (31)
N - Childers, Doyle: R-Reeds Spring (29)
Y - Clay, Bill: D-St. Louis City (4)
A - Curls, Phillip: D-Kansas City (9)
Y - DePasco, Ronnie: D-Kansas City (11)
Y - Ehlmann, Steve: R-St. Charles (23)
Y - Flotron, Franc: R-St. Louis County (7)
Y - Goode, Wayne: D-St. Louis County (13)
Y - Graves, Sam: R-Tarkio (12)
Y - House, Ted: D-St. Charles (2)
N - Howard, Jerry: D-Dexter (25)
Y - Jacob, Ken: D-Columbia (19)
Y - Johnson, Sidney: D-Agency (34)
Y - Kenney, Bill: R-Lee's Summit (8)
N - Kinder, Peter: R-Cape Girardeau (27)
N - Klarich, Dave: R-St. Louis County (26)
N - Lybyer, Mike: D-Huggins (16)
N - Mathewson, Jim: D-Sedalia (21)
Y - Maxwell, Joe: D-Mexico (18)
Y - McKenna, Bill: D-Barnhart (22)
N - Mueller, Walter: R-St. Louis County (15)
Y - Quick, Ed: D-Liberty (17)
N - Rohrbach, Larry: R-California (6)
N - Russell, John: R-Lebanon (33)
N - Schneider, John: D-St. Louis County (14)
Y - Scott, John: D-St. Louis City (3)
N - Sims, Betty: R-St. Louis County (24)
A - Singleton, Marvin: R-Seneca (32)
Y - Staples, Danny: D-Eminence (20)
Y - Westfall, Morris: R-Halfway (28)
Y - Wiggins, Harry: D-Kansas City (10)
Y - Yeckel, Anita: R-St. Louis County (1)

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