Parks Vote (Update)
May 28th, 2010

The Senate is voting on the bill that would open state parks for Memorial Day. Republicans are expected to vote against the bill as a block because they oppose a measure in the bill that will involved taxes and fees. Republicans have pledged not to support any new taxes or fees. The Assembly has already passed the measure. Watch the vote here.

The bill was approved 32-27. The bill passed along party lines, as expected

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