Rep. Dean Schamore

Stats

District HD-010
Party Democrat
Bills Introduced 9

Sponsored Legislation

Title: Honor Judge James "Jim" M. Shake upon the occasion of his retirement from the Circuit Court bench.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HR-199

Subjects:

     

30% Democrat support
69% Republican support

Title: Honor Sheila Mason upon winning the 2017 Vic Hellard Jr. Award for exemplary public service.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HR-187

Subjects:

     

64% Republican support
35% Democrat support

Title: Urge Congress and the United States Department of Agriculture to change the way data is collected and used to form the basis of farm safety net payments.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HCR-10

Subjects:

  

100% Democrat support

Title: AN ACT relating to the operation of bicycles.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-122

Subjects:

     

37% Republican support
62% Democrat support

Title: AN ACT relating to Kentucky educational excellence scholarships and declaring an emergency.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-62

Subjects:

     

77% Democrat support
22% Republican support

Title: AN ACT relating to motor vehicle insurance.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-94

Subjects:

  

100% Democrat support

Title: AN ACT proposing an amendment to Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to persons entitled to vote.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-170

Subjects:

  

100% Democrat support

Title: AN ACT relating to service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-161

Subjects:

     

71% Republican support
28% Democrat support

Title: AN ACT relating to overweight and overdimensional vehicles.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HB-184

Subjects:

     

76% Republican support
23% Democrat support

Title: Recognize the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a welcoming state that celebrates the growing diversity of its residents and acknowledges that refugees, immigrants, and all newcomers enhance the culture and the economy; proclaim February 16, 2017, to be Refugee and Immigrant Day at the Capital.

Session: Kentucky 2017-2017 Regular Session

Number: HR-44

Subjects:

     

37% Democrat support
62% Republican support