Legislators


Bruce Holland
State Senate 9
Republican
Legislative Session(s) Recorded: 2013;
This Legislator is Not Currently in Office
Bill No.
 
Senate Holland's Vote
 
Yes
Allows schools to study the Bible as an academic course.
 
Yes
Prohibits most abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy.
On The Vote to Override Veto
Yes
Prohibits most abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy.
 
Yes
Prohibits tax-funded abortions under Obamacare.
 
Yes
Prevents human trafficking.
 
Yes
Increases the number of Medicaid recipients by using federal and state dollars to pay for private insurance under Obamacare.
 
Yes
Permits colleges to allow licensed staff to have guns on campus.
 
Yes
Requires abortion clinic employees to report child abuse.
 
Yes
Reduces the state income tax by one-tenth of one percent.
 
Yes
Provides home schoolers with equal access to certain scholarships.
 
Yes
Requires a moment of silence at the beginning of the school day.
 
Yes
Allows home schoolers with equal access to certain scholarships.
 
Yes
Spends $125 million in tax dollars for a steel mill in Osceola.
 
Yes
Decreased the state income tax on capital gain.
 
Yes
Proposed Act to ban lobbyists gifts and loosens term limits.
 
Yes
Prohibits the burdening of religious freedom.
 
Yes
Prohibits release of names of concealed carry gun permit holders.
 
Yes
Prohibits most abortions after the 12th week of pregnancy.
On The Vote to Override Veto
Yes
Prohibits most abortions after the 12th week of pregnancy.
 
Yes
Affirms the right of a woman to defend her unborn child.
 
Yes
Reuires photo ID for voting.
On The Vote to Override Veto
Yes
Reuires photo ID for voting.
 
Yes
Allows homicide charges for wrongful death of the unborn.
 
Yes
Replaces the Public School Choice Act, requiring all districts to participate in a school choice program.
 
Yes
Allows churches to permit concealed handguns.
 
Yes
Prevents tax-funded grants from going to Planned Parenthood.
 
Yes
Proposed Constitutional Amendment making it more difficult for citizens to circulate petitions and place measures on the ballot.