How MPs and MLC have voted on the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill 2019

VOTING RECORD:

Legislative Assembly: Thursday 8th August, Reproductive Health Care Bill 2019, third reading 

AYES (in favour of the Bill) - 59

Ms Aitchison, Mr Anderson, Mr Ayres, Mr Barilaro, Mr Barr, Ms Berejiklian, Mr Butler, Ms Car, Ms Catley, Mr Chanthivong, Mr Clancy, Mr Constance, Ms Cooke, Ms Cotsis, Mr Crakanthorp, Mr Daley, Mrs Dalton, Mr Dominello, Mr Donato, Ms Doyle, Mr Evans, Mr Greenwich, Mr Griffin, Mr Gulaptis, Mrs Hancock, Mr Harris, Ms Harrison, Ms Haylen, Mr Hazzard, Mr Henskens, Mr Hoenig, Mr Kean, Ms Leong, Mr Lynch, Mr Marshall, Ms McKay, Mr Mehan, Mr Minns, Dr O’Neill, Mr Park, Mr Parker, Mrs Pavey, Mr Piper, Mr Provest, Ms Saffin, Mr Saunders, Mr Scully, Mr Singh, Ms Smith, Ms Tesch, Mr Toole, Ms Voltz, Mr Ward, Mr Warren, Ms Washington, Mrs Williams and Ms Wilson.

NOES (against the Bill) - 31

Mr Atalla, Mr Bali, Mr Bromhead, Mrs Davies, Mr Dib, Mr Elliott, Ms Finn, Ms Gibbons, Mr Johnsen, Mr Kamper, Dr Lee, Ms Lindsay, Dr McDermott, Dr McGirr, Ms Mihailuk, Mr Perrottet, Ms Petinos, Ms Preston, Mr Roberts, Mr Sidgreaves, Mr Sidoti, Mr Smith, Mr Speakman, Mr Stokes, Mr Taylor, Mrs Tuckerman, Ms Upton, Mr Williams and Mr Zangari.

 

Legislative Council Tuesday 20th August, Reproductive Health Care Bill 2019, second reading

MLCs who voted for the bill to advance to the next stage of consideration:
Niall Blair
Abigail Boyd
Mark Buttigieg
Anthony D'Adam
Cate Faehrmann
Wes Fang
Justin Field
Ben Franklin
John Graham
Don Harwin
Emma Hurst
Rose Jackson
Trevor Khan
Shayne Mallard
Sarah Mitchell
Daniel Mookhey
Tara Moriarty
Mark Pearson
Peter Primrose
Adam Searle
Walt Secord
Penny Sharpe
David Shoebridge
Bronnie Taylor
Mick Veitch
Natalie Ward

Those who voted against the bill advancing to the next stage of consideration were:
Lou Amato
Mark Banasiak
Robert Borsak
Catherine Cusack
Greg Donnelly
Scott Farlow
Courtney Houssos
Mark Latham
Natasha Maclaren-Jones
Taylor Martin
Matthew Mason-Cox
Shaoquett Moselmane
Fred Nile
Rod Roberts
Damian Tudehope

 

Amendments to the Bill will be considered beginning on 17th September 2019. 

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