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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 2002-C Elmer 6-21-2023Vote ExplanationRepresentative Lucetta Elmer6/21/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Steiner 6-16-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Elizabeth Steiner6/16/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Knopp 6-16-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Tim Knopp6/16/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Findley 6-15-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Lynn Findley6/15/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002-B Conrad 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationRepresentative Charlie Conrad5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002-B Helfrich 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationRepresentative Jeff Helfrich5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002-B Cramer 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationRepresentative Tracy Cramer5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Ruling of Chair Linthicum 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Dennis Linthicum5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Ruling of Chair Boquist 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Brian Boquist5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Ruling of Chair Thatcher 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Kim Thatcher5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Ruling of Chair Robinson 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Art Robinson5/2/2023HB20022023R1
HB 2002 Ruling of Chair Knopp 5-2-2023Vote ExplanationSenator Tim Knopp5/2/2023HB20022023R1