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Senate Votes To Adjourn Sine Die

April 7, 2011
tags: redistricting, state legislature
by Brett

About 10 minutes after coming back from recess, the Senate has voted to adjourn Sine Die. This means the session is over. The Senate did not take up the resolution that the House sent to them yesterday, so no redistricting plans have cleared the legislature this session.

An attempt to bring it up earlier this morning was introduced by Sen. Hob Bryan. That was shot down by a 27-22 vote. The Sine Die vote was 30-17. We’ll post roll calls when we see them.

The House has also voted to adjourn Sine Die following the Senate’s decision.

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  1. Republican Dawg permalink
    April 7, 2011 3:01 pm

    Good news. Here’s what I’m thinking: It’s possible the courts just take the House plan. That is the worst case scenario for the GOP. Don’t think they really have anything to lose here. If they make any changes, it will be a win for Republicans.

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