How did 1st District representatives for Bothell vote?

Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, Rep. Luis Moscoso and Rep. Derek Stanford of the 1st District. - contributed photos
Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, Rep. Luis Moscoso and Rep. Derek Stanford of the 1st District.
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The following is a recap of how Bothell legislators from the 1st District recently voted on several bills and resolutions (according to during the 2013 session.

Senate Bill 5034, Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5034: Making 2013-15 operating appropriations. Passed the House April 12, 2013 by a vote of 54-43.

This bill makes appropriations for the 2013-15 biennial state operating budget, as well as supplemental appropriations for the current 2011-13 biennium. The House version's total budget is $34.5 billion, compared to $33.3 billion in the Senate version. K-12 Education funding, as mandated by the McLeary court decision is $1.2 billion in the House, $1.0 billion in the Senate. The House increases Higher Education funding by 5 percent, while the Senate decreases state funding by 3 percent. The House budget makes various temporary taxes permanent and increases certain B&O taxes, while the Senate does not.

Yes: Rep. Luis Moscoso and Rep. Derek Stanford.

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