On the question “Shall amendment H–8652 be adopted?” (S.F. 2379)My rep is counted among the ayes and I must give her credit and thank her.
The ayes were, 45:
Alons, Anderson, Arnold, Chambers, Cownie, Deyoe, Dolecheck, Drake, Forristall, Grassley, Hagenow, Heaton, Helland, Horbach, Huseman, Huser, Kaufmann, Koester, Lukan, May, Miller, L. Olson, S. Paulsen, Pettengill, Quirk, Raecker, Rants, Rayhons, Roberts, Sands, Schult,e Schultz, Soderberg, Sorenson, Steckman, Struyk, Sweeney, Thomas, Tymeson, Upmeyer, Van Engelenhoven, Wagner, Watts, Windschitl, Worthan
The nays were, 52:
Abdul-Samad, Bailey, Baudler, Beard, Bell, Berry, Bukta, Burt, Cohoon, Ficken, Ford, Frevert, Gaskill, Gayman, Hanson, Heddens, Hunter, Isenhart, Jacoby, Kearns, Kelley, Kressig, Kuhn, Lensing, Lykam, Marek, Mascher, McCarthy, Mertz, Miller, H. Oldson, Olson, D. Olson, T. Palmer, Petersen, Reasoner, Reichert, Running-Marquardt, Schueller, Shomshor, Smith, Swaim, Taylor, Thede, Tjepkes, Wenthe, Wessel-Kroeschell, Whitead, Willems, Winckler, Zirkelbach, Mr. Speaker Murphy
Absent or not voting, 3:
De Boef, Olson, R. Wendt
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
What could have been for Iowa
For a true reflection of what the politicians think your right to carry a firearm without a permit, this is the tally for the amendment that would have eliminated need to obtain a permit. Although there was wording that would allow the permit process for reciprocity similar to Alaska law.