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Georgia Senate refuses to stop unrecorded votes

Senate Resolution 24 to stop unrecorded votes in the Georgia State Senate failed in the standing Rules committee today.  Senator Josh McKoon’s proposed resolution to end unrecorded votes was defeated with an unrecorded voice vote under Rules Chairman Jeff Mullis.  According to the Secretary of the Senate’s Office, any member of that committee could have made a motion for a recorded hand vote. Such a motion would require one third of the committee members present to be approved. No such motion was made.  Read

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