INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has released its annual "Legislative Vote Analysis", a report detailing key business legislation and the voting records for state lawmakers during the 2003 session of the Indiana General Assembly.
The report provides voting scores for the 50 members of the Indiana Senate and the 100 members of the Indiana House of Representatives, across a wide range of business legislation the Indiana Chamber of Commerce has identified as being "key votes," during the recent legislative session.
State lawmakers from Clay County received the following scores on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's Legislative Vote Analysis of pro-business voting records for the 2003 legislative session:
2003 Pro-Business/Aggregate Pro-Business Voting Score (in percentages):
Rep. Clyde Kersey (D-43) 48/49
Rep. Brooks LaPlante (R-46) 84/84
Rep. Andy Thomas (R-44) 80/80
Sen. Richard Bray (R-37) 100/94
Sen. John Waterman (R-39) 90/86