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Potential Conflicts of Interest and Vote Explanation Documents

Note: Per Senate Rule 3.33(1), the Senate does not require submission of written Potential or Actual Conflicts of Interest. Senators verbally declare a conflict of interest during a committee meeting or a Senate floor session.  The declaration is recorded in the committee recording log, measure history, and the Senate Journal.


  
  
  
  
  
  
HB 4201 Leif 6-29-2020Vote ExplanationRepresentative Gary Leif6/29/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Wallan 6-29-2020Vote ExplanationRepresentative Kim Wallan6/29/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Smith DB 6-26-2020Vote ExplanationRepresentative David Brock Smith6/26/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Boquist 6-26-2020Vote ExplanationSenator Brian Boquist6/26/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Prozanski 6-26-2020Vote ExplanationSenator Floyd Prozanski6/26/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Taylor 6-26-2020Vote ExplanationSenator Kathleen Taylor6/26/2020HB42012020S1
HB 4201 Thatcher 6-26-2020Vote ExplanationSenator Kim Thatcher6/26/2020HB42012020S1