Roll call from Thursday veto vote in Ark. Senate

By The Associated Press

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Senate voted 19-14 Thursday to override Gov. Mike Beebe's veto of a bill that will ban most abortions after 20 weeks. The bill, which has an emergency clause, takes effect immediately.

How members of the Senate voted:

YES: 19

Republicans (19): Bledsoe, Caldwell, Clark, Dismang, English, Hendren, Hester, Hickey, Holland, Hutchinson, Irvin, Key, King, Lamoureux, Sample, Sanders, Stubblefield, Williams, Woods

NO: 14

Democrats (14): Bookout, Burnett, Cheatham, Chesterfield, Elliott, Flowers, Ingram, Johnson, Lindsey, Maloch, Pierce, Teague, Thompson, Wyatt


Republicans (2): Files, Rapert.

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House votes to override governor's veto (Feb. 27)
Ark. Senate overrides veto on abortion bill (Feb. 28)
Roll call from veto vote in Ark. Senate (Feb. 28)
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