- Associated Press - Monday, March 23, 2015

The 63-31 roll call Monday by which the Indiana House voted in favor of a proposal that would add greater protections for religious objections into state law.

Voting yes were 63 Republicans and 0 Democrats.

Voting no were 26 Democrats and 5 Republicans.

REPUBLICANS YES

Arnold, Aylesworth, Bacon, Baird, Behning, Borders, Bosma, Braun, Tim Brown, Burton, Carbaugh, Cherry, Cook, Cox, Culver, Davisson, Dermody, DeVon, Fine, Friend, Frizzell, Frye, Gutwein, Hamm, Harman, Heaton, Judy, Karickhoff, Koch, Lehe, Leonard, Lucas, Mahan, Mayfield, McMillin, McNamara, Miller, Morrison, Morris, Negele, Nisly, Ober, Olthoff, Price, Rhoads, Richardson, Schaibley, Slager, Smaltz, Milo Smith, Soliday, Speedy, Steuerwald, Sullivan, Thompson, Torr, Truitt, Ubelhor, VanNatter, Washburne, Wesco, Zent, Ziemke

REPUBLICANS NO

Beumer, Clere, Eberhart, Kirchhofer, Saunders

DEMOCRATS NO

Austin, Bartlett, Bauer, Charlie Brown, DeLaney, Errington, Forestal, GiaQuinta, Goodin, Hale, Kersey, Klinker, Lawson, Macer, Moed, Moseley, Niezgodski, Pelath, Pierce, Pryor, Riecken, Shackleford, Vernon Smith, Stemler, Summers, Wright

NOT VOTING

Republicans: Huston, Lehman, Wolkins; Democrats: Dvorak, Harris, Porter

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