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Special Session SB 1001

February 4, 2010 | AZPM

Special Session SB 1001
Sales Tax Vote

Special Session Senate Bill 1001 is the companion to Special Session Senate Concurrent Resolution 1001. This proposal sets the date for the special election on the proposed 3-year increase in the state sales tax. If the bill passes, the date for that election would be May 18th, 2010. It passed the full senate on a 20-8 vote. Pima County Delegation Votes:

Votes of Tucson Lawmakers Special Session SB 1001
- Paula Aboud (D) – Yes
- Al Melvin (R) – Yes
- Jonathan Paton (R) – Yes
- Linda Lopez (D) – Yes

Full Senate Vote on Special Session SB 1001

The full House voted on the proposal on February 4, 2010. It passed on a 37-22 vote.

Pima County House Delegation Votes

-Frank Antenori (R) – No
--David Bradley (D) – Yes
-Olivia Cajero Bedford (D) – Yes
-Steve Farley (D) – No
-David Gowan (R)-No
-Matt Heinz (D) –Yes
-Phil Lopes (D) – Yes
-Daniel Patterson (D) – No
-Vic Williams (R) – Yes
-Nancy Young Wright (D) - No

Full House Vote on Special Session SB 1001

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