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S.105 Saving the Automatic Stay (Second)

After passing the Senate, the bill was considered by the House. After a lengthy committee process, the bill made it to the floor of the House. Here, Representative J.E. Smith, Bernstein, Powers Norrell, Clary and others worked valiantly to delay a vote by introducing hundreds of amendments. As a result, the Senate’s compromised version of S.105 passed the House by a vote of 86-30 on February 27, 2018. This House vote is the focus of this scored vote.

The bill was signed into law by Governor McMaster.

  • This is an Anti-Conservation Bill.
  • The Pro-Conservation Vote was NO for the bill’s passage in the House.
  • An amended bill passed the Senate in 2017, the House in 2018, and was signed into law by the Governor.
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