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Oklahoma representatives who voted to roll back drug reform laws voters approved on November ballot
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Oklahoma representatives who voted to roll back drug reform laws voters approved on November ballot

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By the slimmest margin, the Oklahoma House of Representatives decided Thursday that voters might not have fully understood what they were doing when they passed a criminal justice referendum in November. This is a list of how Oklahoma representatives voted. 

YEAS: 51

Babinec

Baker

Bennett (J)

Biggs

Brumbaugh

Cleveland

Cockroft

Coody

Downing

Enns

Faught

Gann

Hardin

Hilbert

Humphrey

Jordan

Kannady

Loring

Martinez

McBride

McDaniel

McDugle

McEntire

Murdock

Murphey

Newton

Nollan

O'Donnell

Ortega

Osborn (L)

Osburn (M)

Ownbey

Park

Perryman

Pfeiffer

Roberts (D)

Roberts (S)

Rogers

Sanders

Tadlock

Teague

Vaughan

Wallace

Watson

West (J)

West (K)

West (R)

West (T) 

Worthen

Wright

Mr.Speaker 

 

NAYS: 38

Bennett (F)

Blancett

Bush

Caldwell

Calvey

Casey

Condit

Dollens

Dunnington

Echols

Fetgatter

Ford

Goodwin

Griffith

Hall

Henke

Hoskin

Inman

Kerbs

Kouplen

Lawson

Lepak

Lowe

Martin

McEachin

Meredith

Montgomery

Moore

Mulready

Munson

Nichols

Proctor

Sears

Stone

Virgin

Walke

Williams

Young

 

EXCUSED: 10

Cannaday

Derby

Dunlap

Fourkiller

Frix

Renegar

Ritze

Russ

Strohm

Thomsen

 

VACANT:  2

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