House members plagued with chronic vote changing

There appears to be no interest by the governor or the members of the House to stop the chronic vote-changing on the House Floor.

All votes in the House, including those below, could be changed until 6 p. m. on June 21.

Not a single member of the House objected to any of the changes.   There is no accountability or integrity in the voting process in the House.

The Senate doesn’t allow vote changing.

The following vote changes were made on the House Floor on Friday and Monday, June 4 and 7:

Corrections per the House Rules that Bobby Jindal said stopped vote changing:

Rep. Henry Burns requested the House consent to correct his vote on the amendments proposed by Rep. Edwards to House Bill No. 1 from nay to yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Billiot requested the House consent to correct his vote on the amendments proposed by Rep. Edwards to House Bill No. 1 from nay to yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Nowlin requested the House consent to correct his vote on the amendments proposed by Rep. Harrison to House Bill No. 1 from nay to yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Nowlin requested the House consent to correct his vote on the amendments proposed by Rep. Harrison to House Bill No. 1 from nay to yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Ponti requested the House consent to correct his vote on final passage of Senate Bill No. 407 from nay to yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Richmond requested the House consent to correct his vote on final passage of House Bill No. 1386 from yea to nay, which consent was unanimously granted.

After-the-fact votes in violation of the House Rules (no rules suspension was requested):

Rep. Cromer requested the House consent to record his vote on the House Floor Amendments proposed by Rep. Katz to House Bill No. 1358 as nay, which consent was unanimously granted.
Rep. Stiaes requested the House consent to record her vote on final passage of House Bill No. 1 as yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Arnold requested the House consent to record his vote on final passage of House Bill No. 1 as yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Timothy Burns requested the House consent to record his vote on final passage of House Bill No. 1 as yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Norton requested the House consent to record her vote on concurrence of the Senate Amendments to House Bill No. 211 as yea,which consent was unanimously granted.

Rep. Norton requested the House consent to record her vote on concurrence of the Senate Amendments to House Bill No. 872 as yea, which consent was unanimously granted.

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