Condensed 2014 state Capitol vote records, as outlined
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Condensed 2014 state Capitol vote records, as outlined

Drivers licenses to illegal aliens:

Senate floor vote on amending SB 392 with the language of SB 404 intended to end the practice of issuing drivers licenses to Obama’s DACA illegal aliens:

*NOTE: This vote was not tallied on the public Senate vote machine and was done by a “stand and be counted” hand vote that was not officially recorded.

A “YEA” vote on the amendment was in favor of illegal aliens losing the ability to access a Georgia drivers license. A “NAY” vote on the amendment was a vote to continue to allow illegal aliens to have a Georgia drivers license.

Georgia state Senators voting “YEA” on the amendment (all Republicans):

Bill Heath

Steve Gooch

Josh McKoon

Judson Hill

Don Balfour

John Albers

William Ligon

David Shafer

Officially excused from the Senate floor during this important vote:

Mike Crane

Tim Golden

Donzella James (D)

Jeff Mullis

Bruce Thompson

Renee Unterman

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Georgia Senate vote on confirmation of Rocio Del Milagro Woody to the state Board of Corrections on the Governor’s Lst of Appointments

Senate floor vote record HERE.

*Note # 1: The Senate has the option of considering any or all individuals on the governor’slist separately.

*Note # 2: After originally voting “NAY” on the Governor’s list of appointments, Senator Judson Hill (R-Marietta) sent a letter to the Secretary of the Senate changing his vote record to “YEA.”

“While referring to illegally present aliens as “immigrants” and immigration enforcement as “anti-business,” Deal’s newly appointed corrections board member Del Milagro Woody has publicly spoken-out against the federal 287(g) program, Attrition Through Enforcement, and complained that immigration law in Arizona “has encouraged Georgia politicians to claim that illegal immigration is costing jobs and threatening the economy.”

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HB 1051 – altering method and documents needed to renew public benefits, vote on passage

House vote HERE

Senate vote HERE

(The bill was defeated in the Senate)

RECCOMENNDED VIDEO BONUS:  If you want to see the Senate vote on official archived video see HERE, go to “Senate PM 5” and slide the timer to 33:11.

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