2019 HB 366 Wildlife Protection and Public Safety Act

Description

HB 366 prohibited the use of traps and poisons designed to kill animals on public land and established penalties for violations.

Outcome

HB 366 was tabled by the House for technical reasons and died there.


How Legislators Voted on HB 366


  • = Pro Conservation Vote
  • = Anti Conservation Vote
  • A = Absent
  • E = Excused
  • R = Recused
  • W = Abstain
Legislator Party District Office Conservation
Vote
Year
Townsend, James G. (R) R 54 Representative 2019
Strickler, James R.J. (R) R 2 Representative 2019
Stansbury, Melanie A. (D) D 28 Representative 2019
Small, Nathan P. (D) D 36 Representative 2019
Scott, Larry R. (R) R 62 Representative 2019
Sariñana, Debra M. (D) D 21 Representative 2019
Rubio, Angelica  (D) D 35 Representative 2019
Romero, Andrea A.  (D) D 46 Representative 2019
Rehm, William "Bill" R. (R) R 31 Representative 2019
Nibert, Greg  (R) R 59 Representative 2019
Montoya, Rod  (R) R 1 Representative A 2019
McQueen, Matthew  (D) D 50 Representative 2019
Louis, Georgene  (D) D 26 Representative 2019
Hochman-Vigil, Dayan (D) D 15 Representative 2019
Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby" J. (D) D 42 Representative 2019
Ferrary, Joanne J. (D) D 37 Representative 2019
Ely, Daymon  (D) D 23 Representative 2019
Egolf, Brian F. (D) D 47 Representative 2019
Cook, Zachary J. (R) R 56 Representative E 2019
Chasey, Gail  (D) D 18 Representative 2019
Chandler, Christine  (D) D 43 Representative 2019
Cadena, Micaela Lara (D) D 33 Representative 2019
Armstrong, Deborah A. (D) D 17 Representative E 2019
Anderson, Phelps  (R) R 66 Representative 2019
Alcon, Eliseo Lee (D) D 6 Representative 2019
Akhil, Abbas  (D) D 20 Representative 2019