How solons voted on RH bill proposed amendments
MANILA, Philippines - In the past 4 session days in the House of Representatives, critics of the Reproductive Health bill - House Bill 4244 - attempted to insert what proponents of the bill called "killer amendments." But the RH bill advocates consistently maintained majority vote to block them.
The House was forced into nominal voting (one by one) 3 times to decide crucial amendments introduced to the bill. They were all rejected. Here's how the Office of the Secretary-General recorded votes of the House members.
Surnames were arranged alphabetically.