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Laws regarding firearms in Connecticut.

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How they voted

Postby Droopy » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:08 am

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http://www.rep-am.com/news/local/doc515 ... 160789.txt

HOW THE SENATE VOTED

DEMOCRATS VOTING YES

Ayala, Andres, D-23
Bartolomeo, Danté, D-13
Bye, Beth, D-5
Cassano, Steve, D-4
Coleman, Eric D., D-2
Crisco, Joseph J., D-17
Doyle, Paul R., D-9
Duff, Bob, D-25
Fonfara, John W., D-1
Gerratana, Terry B., D-6
Harp, Toni Nathaniel, D-10
Hartley, Joan V., D-15
LeBeau, Gary D., D-3
Leone, Carlo, D-27
Looney, Martin M., D-11
Meyer, Edward, D-12
Musto, Anthony J., D-22
Slossberg, Gayle S., D-14
Stillman, Andrea L., D-20
Williams, Donald E., D-29

REPUBLICANS VOTING YES

Boucher, Toni, R-26
Fasano, Leonard A., R-34
Frantz, L. Scott, R-36
Kelly, Kevin C., R-21
McKinney, John, R-28
McLachlan, Michael A., R-24


DEMOCRATS VOTING NO

Maynard, Andrew M., D-18
Osten, Catherine A., D-19

REPUBLICANS VOTING NO

Chapin, Clark J., R-30
Guglielmo, Anthony, R-35
Kane, Robert J., R-32
Kissel, John A., R-7
Linares, Art, R-33
Markley, Joe, R-16
Welch, Jason C., R-31
Witkos, Kevin D., R-8


HOW THE HOUSE VOTED

Democrats voting Yes

Abercrombie
Albis
Alexander
Arce
Arconti
Aresimowicz
Ayala
Backer
Baram
Becker
Berger
Boukus
Butler
Candelaria
Clemons
Cook
Cuevas
D'Agostino
Dargan
Davis, P.
Demicco
Dillon
Diminico
Fawcett
Fleischmann
Flexer
Fox, D.
Fox, G.
Fritz
Genga
Gentile
Godfrey
Gonzalez
Grogins
Guerrera
Haddad
Hampton
Hennessy
Hewett
Holder-Winfield
Hurlburt
Janowski
Johnson
Kiner
larson
Lemar
Lesser
Lopes
Luxenberg
Maroney
McGee
Megna
Miller, P
Miller, P.B.
Morin
Moukawsher
Mushinsky
Nafis
O'Brien
Perone
Reed
Riley
Ritter, E.
Ritter, M.
Rojas
Sanchez
Santiago, E.
Santiago, H.
Sear
Serra
Sharkey
Stallworth
Steinberg
Tercyak
Tong
Urban
Vargas
Verrengia
Vicino
Walker
Widlitz
Willis
Wright, C.
Wright, E.

Republicans voting Yes

Aman
Bolinsky
Cafero
Carpino
Florin
Frey
Hovey
Hwang
Klarides
Kokoruda
Kupchick
Lavielle
O'Dea
O'Neill
Shaban
Smith
Srinivasan
Walko
Wood
Yaccarino

Democrats voting No

Altobello
Bowles
Conroy
Esposito
Jutila
McCrory
Mikutel
Nicastro
Orange
Rovero
Ryan
Sayers
Zoni

Republicans voting No

Ackert
Adinolfi
Alberts
Bacchiochi
Betts
Buck-Taylor
Candelora, V.
Carter
Case
D'Amelio
Davis, C.
Giegler
Giuliano
Hoydick
Labriola
Legeyt
Miller, L.
Miner
Molgano
Noujaim
Perillo
Piscopo
Rebimbas
Rutigliano
Sampson
Sawyer
Scribner
Simanski
Williams
Ziobron
Zupkus

Not voting

Camillo (R)
Rose (D)



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Postby classacked » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:36 am

How they voted? That's simple...with their heads up their asses. :evil:

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How They Voted

Postby MagysDrawers » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:55 am

If the Republican senators all voted against this farce and could get just one more Democrat senator, it would have stopped. The Republican Party really is its own worst enemy. And McKinney wants to be Governor? Kiond of amazed at all the Repub reps that rolled over for Malloy as well.

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Postby SR9 » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:05 am

Unfortunately, most Repubs in CT are really RINOs so I am not suprised at they way they voted.

My reps were split and I will be in touch with them.
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Postby zeykshade » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:32 am

Both of mine voted Yes.

I, being an "Independent", will let them know at the ballot next time around and subsequent elections as well. Don't know how long I'm staying here in this state though. Came from FL in 2001, have wanted to go back ever since.

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Postby SR9 » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:46 am

We may have to move to a house that is more handicap friendly(my wife is disabled and cannot do stairs very well). It just might be time to buy that replacement home in another state.
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Postby SpaceCritter » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:01 pm

(With all due respect and thanks to those who voted no, including my two guys...)

Connecticut, vis its legislature, has made it known, loudly, clearly, and by a wide margin, what it thinks of us, the founding principles of the country, and all those who died defending them.

I see no reason to owe it any loyalty, or further support it with my presence (and taxes).


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