Payday Lending Reform Bill: Floor Votes

PDLVotesHow did your state legislators vote on the Payday Lending Reform Bill?

One of JRLC’s key issues was eliminating the debt trap caused by predatory aspects of the payday lending industry. Although identical bills were not passed in both the House and the Senate, HF 2293 and amended language from SF 2368 were passed in their respective houses.

The bill passed 73-58 in the House and 37-25 in the Senate.

In the MN House of Representatives:

73 Yeas: 

Allen Anzelc Atkins Barrett Benson, J.
Bernardy Bly Brynaert Carlson Clark
Davnie Dehn, R. Dorholt Erhardt Erickson, R.
Falk Faust Fischer Freiberg Fritz
Halverson Hansen Hausman Hilstrom Hornstein
Hortman Huntley Isaacson Johnson, C. Johnson, S.
Kahn Laine Lenczewski Lesch Liebling
Lien Lillie Loeffler Mahoney Mariani
Marquart Masin McNamar Melin Metsa
Moran Morgan Mullery Murphy, E. Murphy, M.
Nelson Newton Norton Paymar Pelowski
Persell Poppe Radinovich Rosenthal Savick
Sawatzky Schoen Selcer Simon Simonson
Slocum Sundin Thissen Wagenius Ward, J.A.
Ward, J.E. Winkler Yarusso

 

58 Nays:

Abeler Albright Anderson, P. Anderson, S. Beard
Benson, M. Cornish Daudt Davids Dean, M.
Dettmer Dill Drazkowski Erickson, S. Fabian
Franson Garofalo Green Gruenhagen Gunther
Hackbarth Hamilton Hertaus Holberg Hoppe
Howe Johnson, B. Kelly Kieffer Kiel
Kresha Leidiger Lohmer Loon Mack
McNamara Myhra Newberger Nornes O’Driscoll
O’Neill Peppin Petersburg Pugh Quam
Runbeck Sanders Schomacker Scott Swedzinski
Theis Torkelson Uglem Urdahl Wills
Woodard Zellers Zerwas

 

3 did not vote:

Anderson, M., Fitzsimmons, McDonald

In the MN Senate

37 Yeas:

Bakk Carlson Champion Clausen Cohen
Dahle Dibble Dziedzic Eaton Eken
Franzen Goodwin Hawj Hayden Jensen
Johnson Kent Koenen Latz Lourey
Marty Metzen Pappas Reinert Rest
Saxhaug Scalze Schmit Sheran Sieben
Skoe Sparks Stumpf Tomassoni Torres Ray
Wiger Wiklund

 

25 Nays:

Anderson Benson Bonoff Brown Chamberlain
Dahms Gazelka Hall Hann Hoffman
Ingebrigtsen Nelson Newman Nienow Ortman
Osmek Pederson, J. Peterson, B. Pratt Rosen
Ruud Senjem Thompson Weber Westrom

 

5 did not vote:

Fischbach, Housley, Kiffmeyer, Limmer, Miller

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One comment

  1. Nancy Vanderburg · · Reply

    Good to see Senator Bev Schalze’s yea vote – the contacts by constituents made a difference.

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