SB 101: Who voted for it?

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SB 101: Who voted for it?

Rep. Jud McMillin, R-Brookville, was one of 63 Republican representives who voted for SB 101.

Here is the list of Indiana House members who vote for Senate Bill 101 – the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Lloyd Arnold, R – Leavenworth

Michael Aylesworth, R – Hebron

Ron Bacon, R – Boonville

Jim Baird, R – Greencastle

Robert Behning, R – Indianapolis

Bruce Borders, R – Jasonville

Brian Bosma, R - Indianapolis

Mike Braun, R – Jasper

Dr. Tim Brown, R – Crawfordsvile

Woody Burton, R – Whiteland

Martin Carbaugh, R – Fort Wayne

Bob Cherry, R – Greenfield

Tony Cook, R – Cicero

Casey Cox, R – Fort Wayne

Wes Culver, R- Goshen

Steve Davisson, R – Salem

Tom Dermody, R – LaPorte

Dale DeVon, R – Granger

Bill Fine, R – Munster

Bill Friend, R – Macy

Dave Frizzell, R – Indianapolis

Randy Frye, R – Greensburg

Douglas Gutwein, R – Francesville

Dick Hamm, R – Richmond

Tim Harman, R – Bremen

Bob Heaton, R – Terre Haute

Christopher Judy, R – Fort Wayne

Mike Karickoff, R – Kokomo

Eric Koch, R – Bedford

Kathy Krieg Richardson, R – Noblesville

Don Lehe, R – Brookston

Dan Leonard, R – Huntington

Jim Lucas, R – Seymour

Kevin Mahan, R – Hartford City

Peggy Mayfield, R – Martinsville

Jud McMillin, R – Brookville

Wendy McNamara, R – Mount Vernon

Douglas Miller, R – Elkhart

Bob Morris, R – Fort Wayne

Alan Morrison, R – Terre Haute

Sharon Negele, R – Attica

Curt Nisly, R – Goshen

David Ober, R – Albion

Julie Olthoff, R – Crown Point

John Price, R – Greenwood

Rhonda Rhoads, R – Corydon

Donna Schaibley, R – Carmel

Hal Slager, R – Schererville

Ben Smaltz, R – Auburn

Milo Smith, R – Columbus

Ed Soliday, R – Valparaiso

Mike Speedy, R – Indianapolis

Greg Steuerwald, R – Avon

Holli Sullivan, R – Evansville

Jeff Thompson, R – Lizton

Jerry Torr, R – Carmel

Randy Truitt, R – West Lafayette

Matt Ubelhor, R – Bloomfield

Heath VanNatter, R – Kokomo

Thomas Washburne, R – Vincennes

Tim Wesco, R – Osceola

Denny Zent, R – Angola

Cindy Ziemke, R – Batesville

Five Republican and 26 Democrat representatives voted against SB 101. There were six representatives (three Democrats and three Republicans) who either were not in attendance for the vote or chose to abstain.

And Mike Pence made it a law.

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