- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 4, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas House voted 76-24 to authorize funding for the state’s compromise Medicaid expansion plan known as the private option. The bill, Senate Bill 111, needed the support of 75 House members. A yes vote is in favor of reauthorizing the private option plan.

Yeas: 76

Republicans (27): Altes, Baird, Bell, Biviano, Bragg, Branscum, Burris, Carnine, Carter, Collins, Dale, Davis, D. Douglas, Eubanks, Gillam, Hammer, Hickerson, House, Lea, Linck, Lowery, S. Malone, Mayberry, Neal, Scott, Shepherd, Slinkard.

Democrats (48): E. Armstrong, C. Armstrong, Baine, Baltz, Broadaway, Catlett, Copenhaver, Dickinson, Edwards, Ferguson, Fielding, Hawthorne, Hillman, Hodges, Holcomb, Jett, Julian, Kizzia, Lampkin, Leding, Lenderman, Love, Magie, McCrary, McElroy, McGill, McLean, Murdock, Nickels, Overbey, Perry, Ratliff, Richey, Sabin, Steel, Talley, T. Thompson, Vines, W. Wagner, Walker, Wardlaw, Whitaker, B. Wilkins, H. Wilkins, Williams, Word, Wren, Wright.

Green (1): F. Smith.

Nays: 24

Republicans (24): Alexander, Ballinger, Barnett, Clemmer, Cozart, Deffenbaugh, Dotson, C. Douglas, Farrer, Fite, Gossage, Harris, Hobbs, Hopper, Hutchison, Jean, Kerr, D. Meeks, S. Meeks, Miller, Payton, Rice, Westerman, Womack.

Not voting: None

Voting present: None.

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