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Alabama House Passes HB 2 Gasoline Excise Tax

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
Date: Mar 08 2019 7:01 PM

MONTGOMERY:    At the Alabama Legislature, in the Alabama House of Representatives, the Gasoline Excise Tax, HB 2 introduced by Representative Poole, has passed the Alabama House of Representatives in a vote of 81 YES and 22 NO according to the picture of the lights on the board. Some media are reporting 84 YES and 20 NO.

No matter what the board reads, the yes vote was large and in the 80's and the no votes were in the low 20's.

NOTE:  I thought names in red means NO and names in green means YES. So count the green and reds in the picture and match the names listed. If you see any mistakes TEXT RICKEY STOKES.

The Gasoline Excise Tax legislation will now move to the Alabama Senate. 

In Alabama there are 35 Senators. They are expected to begin debate on this legislation next week. The House has adjourned until March 11.

Shortly after the 2019 Legislative Session was called to order Alabama Governor Kay Ivey called a special legislative session. That recessed the regular session and forced the Alabama Legislature to deal with only the Gasoline Excise Legislation.




Voting in opposition to the Gasoline Excise Tax were Alabama House Members:

Carns, Dismukes, Farley, Fincher, Fridy, Hanes, Harbison, Hatcher, Holmes, Johnson, Kiel, Mooney, M. Moore, P. Moore, Rogers, Andrew Sorrell, Stadthagen, Standridge, Treadaway, Weaver, Wheeler, and Whorton.

The votes were cast at 4:06 PM.

Voting in favor of the Gasoline Excise Tax were Alabama House Members:

Mr. Speaker, Alexander, Allen, Baker, Ball, Blackshear, Boyd, Bracy, C. Brown, K.L. Brown, Chestnut, Clarke, Clouse, Coleman, Collins, Crawford, Daniels, Drake, Drummond, Easterbrook, Ellis, England, Estes, Faulkner, Faust, Forte, Garrett, Gaston, Givan, Gray, Greer, Grimsley, Hall, Hill, Hollis, Holmes, Hurst, Ingram, Isbell, Jackson, M. Jones, S. Jones, Kitchens, Lawrence, Ledbetter, Lee, Lipscomb, Lovvorn, Margues, Martin, McCampbell, Morris, Nordgren, Oliver, Pettus, Polizos, Poole, Pringle, Rafferty, Reynolds, Rich, Robertson, Rowe, Sanderford, Scott, Sells, Shaver, Shedd, Shiver, Simpson, Jeff Sorrells, South, Stringer, Sullivan, Wadsworth, Warren, Whitt, Whorton, Wilcox, Wingo, R. Wood, D. Wood. 

The following Alabama House of Representative Members voted NO:

1. Jim Carns, Republican, House District 48, Jefferson and Shelby County.

2. Will Dismukes, Republican, House District 88, Autauga and Elmore County.

3. Allen Farley, Republican, House District 15, Jefferson and Shelby County.

4. Bob Fincher, Republican, House District 37, Chambers, Cleburne and Randolph County.

5. Matt Fridy, Republican, House District 73, Shelby County.

6. Tommy Hanes, Republican, House District 23, Dekalb and Jackson County.

7. Corey Harbison, Republican, House District 12, Cullman County.

8. Kirk Hatcher, Democrat, House District 78, Montgomery County

9. Mike Holmes, Republican, House District 31, Elmore County.

10. Ron Johnson, Republican, House District 33, Clay, Coosa, and Talladega County.

11. Jamie Kiel, Republican, House District 18, Colbert, Franklin and Lauderdale County.

12. Arnold Mooney, Republican, House District 43, Shelby County.

13. Mary Moore, Democrat, House District 59, Jefferson County.

14. Parker Moore, Republican, House District 4, Limestone and Morgan County.

15. John W. Rogers, Democrat, House District 52, Jefferson County.

16. Andrew Sorrell, Republican, House District 3, Colbert, Lauderdale and Lawrence County.

17. Scott Stadthagen, Republican, House District 9, Cullman, Marshall and Morgan County.

18. David Standridge, Republican, House District 34, Blount and Marshall County.

19. Allen Treadaway, Republican, House District 51, Jefferson County.

20. April Weaver, Republican, House District 49, Bibb, Chilton and Shelby County.

21. David Wheeler, Republican, House District 47, Jefferson County.

22. Ritchie WHorton, Republican, House District 22, Jackson and Madison County.

The following Alabama House of Representative Members voted YES:

1. Speaker of House Mac McKutchen

2. Louise Alexander, House District 56, Democrat, Jefferson County.

3. Wes Allen, House District 89, Republican, Dale and Pike County.

4. Alan Baker, House District 66, Republican, Baldwin and Escambia County.

5. Mike Ball, House District 10, Republican, Madison County.

6. Chris Blackshear, House District 80, Lee and Russell County.

7. Barbara Boyd, House District 32, Democrat, Calhoun and Talladega County.

8. Napoleon Bracy, House District 98, Democrat, Mobile County.

9. K.L. Brown, House District 40, Republican, Calhoun County.

10. Chip Brown, House District 105, Republican, Mobile County.

11. Prince Chestnut, House District 67, Democrat, Dallas and Perry County.

12. Adline Clarke, Democrat, House District 97, Mobile County.

13. Steve Clouse, Republican, House District 93, Dale and Houston County.

14. Merika Coleman, Democrat, House District 57, Jefferson County.

15. Terri Collins, Republican, House District 8, Morgan County.

16. Danny Crawford, Republican, House District 5, Limestone County.

17. Anthony Daniels, Democrat, House District 53, Madison County.

18. Dickie Drake, Republican, House District 45, Jefferson and Shelby County.

19. Barbara Drummond, Democrat, House District 103, Mobile County.

20. Brett Easterbrook, Republican, House District 65, Choctaw, Clarke and Washington County.

21. Corley Ellis, Republican, House District 41, Shelby County.

22. Chris England, Democrat, House District 70, Tuscaloosa County.

23. Tracy Estes, Republican, House District 17, Lamar, Marion and Winston County.

24. David Faulkner, Republican, House District 46, Jefferson County.

25. Joe Faust, Republican, House Disrict 94, Baldwin County.

26. Berry Forte, Democrat, House District 84, Barbour, Bullock, and Russell County.

27. Danny Garrett, Republican, House District 44, Jefferson County.

28. Victor Gaston, Republican, House District 100, Mobile County.

29. Juandalynn Givan, House District 60, Jefferson County.

30. Jeremy Gray, Democrat, House District 83, Lee and Russell County.

31. Lynn Greer, Republican, House District 2, Lauderdale and Limestone County.

32. Dexter Grimsley, Democrat, House District 85, Henry and Houston County.

33. Laura Hall, Democrat, House District 19, Madison County.

34. Jim Hill, Republican, House District 50, St. Clair County.

35. Rolanda Hollis, Democrat, House District 58, Jefferson County.

36. Steve Hurst, Republican, House District 35, Calhoun, Clay and Talladega County.

37. Reed Ingram, Republican, House District 75, Elmore and Montgomery County.

38. Gill Isbell, Republican, House District 28, Etowah County.

39. Thomas Jackson, Democrat, House District 68, Clarke, Conecuh, Marengo, and Monroe County.

40. Mike Jones, Republican, House District 92, Coffee, Covington, Escambia County.

41. Sam Jones, Democrat, House District 99, Mobile County.

42. Wes Kitchens, Republican, House District 27, Blount, DeKalb, and Marshall County.

43. Kelvin Lawrence, Democrat, House District 69, Autauga, Lowndes, Montgomery, Wilcox County.

44. Nathaniel Ledbetter, Republican, House District 24, Dekalb County.

45. Paul Lee, Republican, House District 86, Houston County.

46. Craig Lipscomb, Republican, House District 30, Etowah and St. Clair County.

47. Joe Lovvorn, Republican, House District 79, Lee County.

48. Rhett Marques, Republican, House District 91, Coffee County.

49. Jimmy Martin, Republican, House District 42, Autauga and Chilton County.

50. Artis "A.J." McCampbell, Democrat, House District 71, Greene, Marengo, Sumter and Tuscaloosa County.

51. Tashina Morris, Democrat, House District 77, Montgomery County.

52. Steve McMillan, Republican, House District 95, Baldwin County.

53. Becky Nordgren, Republican, House District 29, Calhoun, Dekalb, and Etowah County.

54. Ed Oliver, Republican, House District 81, Chilton, Coosa and Tallapoosa County.

55. Phillip Pettus, Republican, House DIstrict 1, Lauderdale County.

56. Dimitri Polizos, Republican, House District 74, Montgomery County.

57. Bill Poole, Republican, House District 63, Tuscaloosa County.

58. Chris Pringle, Republican, House District 101, Mobile County.

59. Neil Rafferty, Democrat, House District 54, Jefferson County.

60. Rex Reynolds, Republican, House District 21, Madison County.

61. Kerry Rich, Republican, House District 26, Dekalb and Marshall County.

62. Proncey Robertson, Republican, House District 7, Franklin, Lawrence, Morgan and Winston County.

63. Connie C. Rowe, Republican, House District 13, Blount and Walker County.

64. Howard Sanderford, Republican, House District 20, Madison County.

65. Rod Scott, Democrat, House District 55, Jefferson County.

66. Chris Sells, Republican, House District 90, Butler, Coffee, Conecuh, Crenshaw and Montgomery County.

67. Ginny Shaver, Republican, House District 39, Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne and Dekalb County.

68 Randall Shedd, Republican, House District 11, Blount, Cullamn, Marshall and Morgan County.

69. Harry Shiver, Republican, House District 64, Baldwin and Monroe County.

70. Matt Simpson, Republican, House District 96, Baldwin and Mobile County.

71. Jeff Sorrells, Republican, House District 87, Geneva and Houston County.

72. Kyle South, Republican, House District 16, Fayette, Jefferson, Lamar and Tuscaloosa County.

73. Shane Stringer, Republican, House District 102, Mobile County.

74. Rodney Sullivan, Republican, House District 61, Pickens and Tuscaloosa County.

75. Tim Wadsworth, Republican, House District 14, Jefferson, Walker and Winston County.

76. Pebblin W. Warren, Democrat, House District 82, Lee, Macon and Tallapoosa County.

77. Andy Whitt, Republican, House District 6, Limestone and Madison County.

78. Margie Wilcox, Republican, House District 104, Mobile County.

79. Rich Wingo, Republican, House District 62, Tuscaloosa County.

80. Randy Wood, Republican House District 36, Calhoun, St. Clair, and Talladega County.

81. Debbie Wood, Republican, House District 38, Chambers and Lee County.

Alabama House Passes HB 2 Gasoline Excise Tax

Alabama House Passes HB 2 Gasoline Excise Tax

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