How state representatives voted on school sentinel billThe state House of Representatives gave final approval Monday to the school-sentinels legislation, HB 1087.
The state House of Representatives gave final approval Monday to the school-sentinels legislation, HB 1087. The bill now goes to the governor. The vote Monday was 40-19 to accept the Senate version. The House had initially passed the bill 42-27 on Jan. 29. Four legislators switched sides Monday. Changing from no to yes were Republicans Melissa Magstadt of Watertown, Tim Rounds of Pierre and Tona Rozum of Mitchell. Changing from yes to no was Democrat Marc Feinstein of Sioux Falls. Eleven legislators were excused Monday: Five yes and six no from the Jan. 29 vote. One legislator, Lee Qualm, R-Platte, voted yes Monday after he wasn’t able to be present for the Jan. 29 vote.
Here’s how the House vote broke Monday:
Yes (40) — Gary Cammack, R-Union Center. Blaine Campbell, R-Rapid City. Kristin Conzet, R-Rapid City. Scott Craig, R-Rapid City. Justin Cronin, R-Gettysburg. Mary Duvall, R-Pierre. Scott Ecklund, R-Brandon. Christine Erickson, R-Sioux Falls. Brock Greenfield, R-Clark. Jenna Haggar, R-Sioux Falls. Anne Hajek, RSioux Falls. Jon Hansen, R-Dell Rapids. Leslie Heinemann, R-Flandreau. Steve Hickey, R-Sioux Falls. Charlie Hoffman, R-Eureka. Dan Kaiser, RAberdeen. Isaac Latterell, R-Tea. David Lust, R-Rapid City. Melissa Magstadt, R-Watertown. Elizabeth May, R-Kyle. Patty Miller, R-McCook Lake. Scott Munsterman, R-Brookings. Stace Nelson, R-Fulton. David Novstrup, R-Aberdeen. Betty Olson, R-Prairie City. Herman Otten, R-Tea. Lee Qualm, R-Platte. Nancy Rasmussen, R-Hurley. Tim Rounds, R-Pierre. Tona Rozum, R-Mitchell. Lance Russell, R-Hot Springs. Kyle Schoenfish, R-Scotland. Jacqueline Sly, R-Rapid City. Jim Stalzer, R-Sioux Falls. Manny Steele, R-Sioux Falls. Mike Stevens, R-Yankton. Mike Verchio, R-Hill City. Steve Westra, R-Sioux Falls. Hal Wick, R-Sioux Falls. Brian Gosch, R-Rapid City.
No (19) –— Julie Bartling, D-Gregory. Dennis Feickert, D-Aberdeen. Marc Feinstein, D-Sioux Falls. Peggy Gibson, D-Huron. Paula Hawks, D-Hartford. Troy Heinert, D-Mission. Bernie Hunhoff, D-Yankton. Timothy Johns, R-Lead. Kevin Killer, D-Pine Ridge. Patrick Kirschman, D-Sioux Falls. Scott Parsley, DMadison. Jim Peterson, D-Revillo. Ray Ring, DVermillion. Jim Schaefer, R-Kennebec. Dean Schrempp, D-Lantry. Karen Soli, D-Sioux Falls. Roger Solum, R-Watertown. Burt Tulson, R-Lake Norden. Kathy Tyler, D-Big Stone City.
Excused (11) — Jim Bolin, R-Canton. Lance Carson, R-Mitchell. Dan Dryden, R-Rapid City. Don Haggar, R-Sioux Falls. Spencer Hawley, D-Brookings. Don Kopp, R-Rapid City. Mark Mickelson, R-Sioux Falls. Fred Romkema, R-Spearfish. Dick Werner, RHuron. Dean Wink, R-Howes. Susan Wismer, DBritton.More from around the web