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Journal of the House


Second Regular Session, 92nd General Assembly




SEVENTEENTH DAY, Thursday, February 5, 2004

 

The House met pursuant to adjournment.


         Representative Ruestman in the Chair.


         Prayer by Reverend Donald W. Lammers.


          (By February 5th, the average American wage earner has earned enough to pay his/her food bill for the entire year of 2004.)


          God, our Father, we marvel at the abundant resources of our Nation for food production. We marvel even more at the ingenuity, the talent, and the hard work of those who work in agriculture and provide such an abundance of food at such affordable cost. We feel secure and protected as we live in a state that is so much a part of food production in our land.


          Guide our vision to every part of our nation and the entire world where people are hungry, and give us the ability to feed them.


          Be with us throughout all our work of this day.


          We pray for the safety of all who travel the highways and the airways during the volatile weather of this day. And we pray for all who maintain our highways and airports.


          We pray for our men and women in the armed forces. May their worthy missions be accomplished. And may they soon return safely home.


          We pray to You, who are our God forever and ever. Amen.


         The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.


         The Journal of the sixteenth day was approved as corrected.


HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED


         House Resolution No. 407

                     through

         House Resolution No. 409 - Representative Lager

         House Resolution No. 410 - Representative Smith (14)

House Resolution No. 411

                     and

House Resolution No. 412 - Representative Lager

House Resolution No. 413

                     and

House Resolution No. 414 - Representative Bough

House Resolution No. 415

                     and

House Resolution No. 416 - Representative Munzlinger

         House Resolution No. 417 - Representative Witte

         House Resolution No. 418

                     and

         House Resolution No. 419 - Representative Pearce

         House Resolution No. 420 - Representative Walton

House Resolution No. 421

                     through

House Resolution No. 425 - Representative Young

House Resolution No. 426 - Representative Dusenberg

         House Resolution No. 427 - Representative Hilgemann

         House Resolution No. 428

                     through

         House Resolution No. 432 - Representative Lager

         House Resolution No. 433 - Representative Quinn

         House Resolution No. 434

                     and

         House Resolution No. 435 - Representative Witte 

         House Resolution No. 436

                     and

         House Resolution No. 437 - Representative LeVota

         House Resolution No. 438 - Representative Wilson (119)


INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION


         The following House Concurrent Resolution was read the first time and copies ordered printed:


HCR 21, introduced by Representatives Ruestman, King, Wood, Wilson (130), Bean, Stefanick, Kingery, Richard, May, Goodman, Smith (118), Davis (19), Black, Lipke, Dixon, Liese, Kuessner, Rector, Townley, Stevenson, Yaeger, Schneider, Schaaf, Bivins, Luetkemeyer, Hunter, Hobbs, Morris, Yates, Brown, Dusenberg, Nieves, Rupp, Emery, Sander, Cunningham (145), Schlottach, Lager, Bough, Baker, Schoemehl, Wilson (119), Angst, Dempsey, Parker, Reinhart, Ervin, Lembke, Deeken, Threlkeld, Smith (14), Pearce, Harris (110), Phillips, Dethrow, Sanders Brooks, Pratt and Holand, relating to the Poultry Industry Committee.


INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS


         The following House Bills were read the first time and copies ordered printed:


HB 1002, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the of the State Board of Education and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1003, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions, programs, and institutions of higher education included therein to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1004, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation, and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1005, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Public Safety, and the Chief Executive's Office and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1006, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Conservation, and the several divisions and programs thereof and for the expenses, grants, refunds, distributions, and capital improvements projects involving the repair, replacement, and maintenance of state buildings and facilities of the Department of Natural Resources and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds, for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1007, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Economic Development, Department of Insurance, and Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1008, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety, and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1009, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1010, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, the Board of Public Buildings, the Department of Health and Senior Services, and the several divisions and programs thereof, the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee and the Commission for the Missouri Senior Rx Program to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


HB 1012, introduced by Representative Bearden, to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Chief Executive’s Office and Mansion, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Attorney General, Missouri Prosecuting Attorneys and Circuit Attorneys Retirement Systems, and the Judiciary and the Office of the State Public Defender, and the several divisions and programs thereof, and for the payment of salaries and mileage of members of the State Senate and the House of Representatives and contingent expenses of the General Assembly, including salaries and expenses of elective and appointive officers and necessary capital improvements expenditures; for salaries and expenses of members and employees and other necessary operating expenses of the Missouri Commission on Interstate Cooperation, the Committee on Legislative Research, various joint committees, for the expenses of the interim committees established by the General Assembly, and to transfer money among certain funds, to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, for the period beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.


INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS


         The following House Bills were read the first time and copies ordered printed:


HB 1398, introduced by Representative Lager, relating to depositaries for city funds.


HB 1399, introduced by Representative Lager, relating to athletic trainers.


HB 1400, introduced by Representative Lager, relating to fireworks regulation.


HB 1401, introduced by Representatives Goodman, Taylor, Stevenson, Ruestman, Munzlinger, Dixon, Viebrock and Selby, relating to drivers' licenses.


HB 1402, introduced by Representatives Goodman, Hanaway, Hobbs, Stefanick, Threlkeld, Baker, LeVota, Dusenberg, Seigfreid, Davis (122), Munzlinger, Yates, Morris, Lembke, Myers, Nieves, Roark, Bringer and Moore, relating to public records.


HB 1403, introduced by Representatives Moore, Bruns, Wildberger, Purgason, Wilson (119), Goodman, Rupp, Kelly (144), Hobbs, Jackson, Wallace, Cunningham (86), Walsh, Schlottach, Deeken, Portwood, Threlkeld, Cunningham (145), Wood, Nieves, Ruestman, Myers, Boykins, Walton, Crowell, Hunter, Corcoran, Walker, Henke, Kratky, Burnett, Darrough, Salva, Quinn, Bearden, Stevenson, Emery, Jolly, Bringer, Meiners, Liese, Vogt, Hoskins, Bland and Kelly (36), relating to special amusement buildings.


HB 1404, introduced by Representatives Bishop, Donnelly, Jolly, Yates, Byrd, Lipke, Stevenson, Witte, Young, Willoughby, Burnett, Johnson (90) and Carnahan, relating to guardian ad litem.


HB 1405, introduced by Representative Dougherty, relating to special license plates for Missouri DeMolay.


HB 1406, introduced by Representatives Holand and Davis (122), relating to the Missouri School Improvement Program.


HB 1407, introduced by Representatives Mayer and Villa, relating to adjudication of certain municipal code violations.


HB 1408, introduced by Representatives Mayer and Villa, relating to motor vehicle registration.


HB 1409, introduced by Representatives Richard, Dempsey, Wildberger, Black, Schlottach, Pearce, Stefanick, Reinhart and Ervin, relating to enterprise zones.


HB 1410, introduced by Representatives Hilgemann and Donnelly, relating to designation of next-of-kin for deceased persons.


HB 1411, introduced by Representatives Cunningham (86), Sander, Dusenberg, Bivins and Wilson (42), relating to gift certificates and promotional travel offers.


HB 1412, introduced by Representative Johnson (47), relating to verification of securities held by a conservator.


HB 1413, introduced by Representatives Ervin, Pearce, Richard, Dempsey, Wildberger, Black, Page, Reinhart, Munzlinger and Baker, relating to business use incentives.


HB 1414, introduced by Representative Shoemyer, relating to child custody and visitation.


HB 1415, introduced by Representative Shoemyer, relating to the genetically engineered plants and seeds.


HB 1416, introduced by Representatives Shoemyer and Whorton, relating to patent infringement on genetically engineered plants and seed.


HB 1417, introduced by Representatives Baker, Parker, Cooper (155), Hobbs, Graham, Myers, Shoemyer, Pratt, Jetton, Stevenson, Meiners, Yates, Sager and McKenna, relating to the governing boards of certain state higher education institutions.


HB 1418, introduced by Representatives Brown, Quinn, Wilson (119), Ervin, Dusenberg, Baker, Stefanick and Sutherland, relating to open house parties.


HB 1419, introduced by Representatives Harris (110), McKenna, Schoemehl, Pearce, Yaeger, Selby, Walker, Henke, Wildberger, Johnson (47) and Sager, relating to commercial motor vehicles.


HB 1420, introduced by Representative Cooper (120), relating to Missouri income tax returns.


HB 1421, introduced by Representatives Dempsey, Wildberger, Black, Schlottach, Richard, Pearce, Reinhart and Ervin, relating to job training for retained jobs.


HB 1422, introduced by Representatives Stefanick, Page, Swinger, Sanders Brooks and Schaaf, relating to dentists.


HB 1423, introduced by Representatives Stefanick, Boykins, Henke, Pratt, Holand, Page, Schaaf, Selby, Threlkeld, Morris, Bland and Carnahan, relating to vascular organ transplants.


HB 1424, introduced by Representatives Stefanick, Hanaway, Mayer, Richard, Wasson, Jetton, Behnen, Hobbs, Ruestman and Holand, relating to athlete agents.


HB 1425, introduced by Representative Black, relating to nursing.


HB 1426, introduced by Representatives Pearce, Dempsey, Dusenberg, Richard, Reinhart, Black and Munzlinger, relating to income tax exemptions for certain Missouri graduates.


SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS


         HB 1369 through HB 1397 were read the second time.


HOUSE RESOLUTION


         HR 350, relating to “Wear Red for Women Day”, was taken up by Representative Crowell.


         On motion of Representative Crowell, HR 350 was adopted.


THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS


         HCS HBs 950 & 948, relating to classifcation of counties, was taken up by Representative Mayer.


         On motion of Representative Mayer, HCS HBs 950 & 948 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 130

 

Abel

Angst

Baker

Bean

Bearden

Behnen

Bishop

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bough

Boykins

Bringer

Brown

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Carnahan

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Crowell

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Darrough

Daus

Davis 122

Davis 19

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dixon

Dougherty

Dusenberg

Emery

Engler

Ervin

Fares

George

Goodman

Graham

Guest

Harris 110

Harris 23

Henke

Hilgemann

Hobbs

Holand

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Jetton

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kelly 144

Kelly 36

King

Kingery

Kratky

Kuessner

Lager

Lawson

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Luetkemeyer

Marsh

May

Mayer

McKenna

Meiners

Miller

Moore

Morris

Muckler

Munzlinger

Myers

Nieves

Page

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Portwood

Pratt

Purgason

Quinn

Rector

Reinhart

Richard

Roark

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Schaaf

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Seigfreid

Self

Shoemyer

Skaggs

Smith 118

Smith 14

Stefanick

Stevenson

Sutherland

Taylor

Thompson

Threlkeld

Townley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Walker

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Ward

Wasson

Whorton

Willoughby

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright

Yates

Zweifel

Madam Speaker

 

NOES: 010

 

Campbell

Corcoran

Donnelly

Fraser

Green

Hoskins

Hubbard

Lowe

Sager

Vogt

 

PRESENT: 003

 

Brooks

Johnson 61

Wilson 42

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 019

 

Avery

Barnitz

Crawford

Curls

El-Amin

Hampton

Haywood

Jones

Ransdall

Schneider

Selby

Shoemaker

Spreng

St. Onge

Swinger

Wildberger

Wilson 25

Yaeger

Young

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


         Representative Ruestman declared the bill passed.


         The emergency clause was defeated by the following vote:


AYES: 004

 

Daus

Green

Salva

Whorton

 

 

NOES: 127

 

Abel

Baker

Bean

Bearden

Behnen

Bishop

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bringer

Brooks

Brown

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Campbell

Carnahan

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Corcoran

Crawford

Crowell

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Darrough

Davis 122

Davis 19

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dougherty

Dusenberg

Emery

Engler

Ervin

Fares

Fraser

George

Graham

Guest

Harris 110

Harris 23

Henke

Hilgemann

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Icet

Jackson

Jetton

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kelly 36

King

Kingery

Kratky

Kuessner

Lager

Lawson

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Lowe

Luetkemeyer

Marsh

May

Mayer

McKenna

Meiners

Miller

Moore

Muckler

Munzlinger

Myers

Nieves

Page

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Portwood

Pratt

Purgason

Quinn

Rector

Reinhart

Richard

Roark

Ruestman

Rupp

Sager

Sander

Schaaf

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Seigfreid

Self

Shoemyer

Skaggs

Smith 118

Smith 14

Stefanick

Sutherland

Taylor

Thompson

Threlkeld

Townley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

Wagner

Walker

Walsh

Walton

Ward

Willoughby

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright

Yates

Zweifel

Madam Speaker

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

Boykins

Wilson 42

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 029

 

Angst

Avery

Barnitz

Bough

Curls

El-Amin

Goodman

Hampton

Haywood

Holand

Hunter

Jones

Kelly 144

Morris

Ransdall

Schneider

Selby

Shoemaker

Spreng

St. Onge

Stevenson

Swinger

Wallace

Wasson

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 25

Yaeger

Young

 

 

VACANCIES: 001

 

         HCS HB 1182, relating to tax credits, was taken up by Representative Munzlinger.


         On motion of Representative Munzlinger, HCS HB 1182 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 131

 

Abel

Angst

Baker

Bean

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bough

Boykins

Bringer

Brown

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Carnahan

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Corcoran

Crawford

Crowell

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Darrough

Daus

Davis 122

Davis 19

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dougherty

Dusenberg

Emery

Engler

Ervin

Fares

Fraser

George

Goodman

Graham

Guest

Harris 110

Harris 23

Henke

Hilgemann

Hobbs

Holand

Hubbard

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Jetton

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kelly 144

Kelly 36

King

Kingery

Kuessner

Lager

Lawson

Lembke

Liese

Lipke

Lowe

Luetkemeyer

Marsh

May

Mayer

McKenna

Meiners

Miller

Moore

Morris

Muckler

Munzlinger

Myers

Nieves

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Portwood

Pratt

Purgason

Quinn

Rector

Reinhart

Richard

Roark

Ruestman

Rupp

Sager

Salva

Sander

Schaaf

Schlottach

Seigfreid

Self

Shoemyer

Smith 118

Smith 14

Stefanick

Stevenson

Sutherland

Taylor

Thompson

Threlkeld

Townley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

Wagner

Walker

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Ward

Wasson

Whorton

Willoughby

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Wood

Wright

Yates

Zweifel

Madam Speaker

 

 

NOES: 007

 

Bishop

Campbell

Green

Hoskins

LeVota

Page

Wilson 42

 

 

PRESENT: 006

 

Brooks

Johnson 61

Kratky

Schoemehl

Skaggs

Witte

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 018

 

Avery

Barnitz

Curls

El-Amin

Hampton

Haywood

Jones

Ransdall

Schneider

Selby

Shoemaker

Spreng

St. Onge

Swinger

Wildberger

Wilson 25

Yaeger

Young

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


         Representative Ruestman declared the bill passed.


         Speaker Hanaway assumed the Chair.


         HCS HB 1177, relating to concentrated animal feeding operations, was taken up by Representative Guest.


         On motion of Representative Guest, HCS HB 1177 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 099

 

Angst

Baker

Bean

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bough

Boykins

Bringer

Brown

Bruns

Byrd

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Crawford

Crowell

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Davis 122

Davis 19

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dougherty

Dusenberg

Emery

Engler

Ervin

Fares

Goodman

Guest

Henke

Hobbs

Holand

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Jetton

Kelly 144

Kelly 36

King

Kingery

Kuessner

Lager

Lawson

Lembke

Lipke

Luetkemeyer

Marsh

May

Mayer

Miller

Moore

Morris

Munzlinger

Myers

Nieves

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Portwood

Pratt

Purgason

Quinn

Rector

Reinhart

Richard

Roark

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Schaaf

Schlottach

Seigfreid

Self

Skaggs

Smith 118

Smith 14

Stefanick

Stevenson

Taylor

Threlkeld

Townley

Viebrock

Villa

Wallace

Walton

Ward

Wasson

Whorton

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright

Yates

Madam Speaker

 

 

NOES: 040

 

Bishop

Bland

Brooks

Burnett

Campbell

Carnahan

Corcoran

Darrough

Daus

Donnelly

Fraser

George

Graham

Green

Harris 110

Hilgemann

Hoskins

Hubbard

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kratky

LeVota

Liese

Lowe

McKenna

Meiners

Muckler

Page

Sager

Schoemehl

Shoemyer

Thompson

Vogt

Wagner

Walker

Walsh

Willoughby

Wilson 42

Zweifel

 

PRESENT: 001

 

Johnson 61

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 022

 

Abel

Avery

Barnitz

Curls

Dixon

El-Amin

Hampton

Harris 23

Haywood

Jones

Ransdall

Schneider

Selby

Shoemaker

Spreng

St. Onge

Sutherland

Swinger

Wildberger

Wilson 25

Yaeger

Young

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


         Speaker Hanaway declared the bill passed.


REFERRAL OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS


         The following House Concurrent Resolutions were referred to the Committee indicated:


HCR 4 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HCR 7 - Special Committee on Urban Issues

HCR 12 - Tourism and Cultural Affairs

HCR 14 - Corrections and State Institutions




REFERRAL OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION


         The following House Joint Resolution was referred to the Committee indicated:


HJR 49 - Budget


REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILLS


         The following House Bills were referred to the Committee indicated:


HB 781 - Workforce Development and Workplace Safety

HB 797 - Tax Policy

HB 805 - Tax Policy

HB 806 - Senior Security

HB 819 - Judiciary

HB 820 - Judiciary

HB 821 - Judiciary

HB 824 - Local Government

HB 825 - Education

HB 835 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 836 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 837 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 861 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 870 - Judiciary

HB 875 - Tax Policy

HB 879 - Tax Policy

HB 883 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 884 - Financial Services

HB 899 - Education

HB 901 - Tax Policy

HB 933 - Conservation and Natural Resources

HB 939 - Judiciary

HB 940 - Education

HB 941 - Education

HB 945 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 956 - Conservation and Natural Resources

HB 957 - Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs

HB 962 - Elections

HB 965 - Judiciary

HB 967 - Financial Services

HB 975 - Local Government

HB 977 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 985 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 986 - Judiciary

HB 988 - Elections

HB 1037 - Health Care Policy

HB 1043 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1047 - Local Government

HB 1056 - Tourism and Cultural Affairs

HB 1069 - Retirement

HB 1117 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 1133 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1137 - Education

HB 1144 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1155 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1156 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1158 - Tax Policy

HB 1160 - Financial Services

HB 1171 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1173 - Education

HB 1176 - Agriculture

HB 1180 - Local Government

HB 1181 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 1186 - Local Government

HB 1187 - Conservation and Natural Resources

HB 1193 - Special Committee on General Laws

HB 1194 - Tourism and Cultural Affairs

HB 1197 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1199 - Local Government

HB 1206 - Local Government

HB 1214 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1222 - Financial Services

HB 1224 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1228 - Children and Families

HB 1230 - Senior Security

HB 1231 - Financial Services

HB 1232 - Financial Services

HB 1233 - Financial Services

HB 1235 - Tax Policy

HB 1236 - Financial Services

HB 1237 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1239 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 1240 - Judiciary

HB 1241 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1242 - Education

HB 1243 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1245 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1246 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1247 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1250 - Workforce Development and Workplace Safety

HB 1251 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1252 - Tax Policy

HB 1253 - Financial Services

HB 1259 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1260 - Local Government

HB 1262 - Workforce Development and Workplace Safety

HB 1263 - Children and Families

HB 1264 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1266 - Retirement

HB 1267 - Tax Policy

HB 1270 - Corrections and State Institutions

HB 1271 - Corrections and State Institutions

HB 1272 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 1274 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1275 - Local Government

HB 1281 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1285 - Financial Services

HB 1286 - Small Business

HB 1287 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1288 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1289 - Local Government

HB 1296 - Professional Registration and Licensing

HB 1298 - Judiciary

HB 1300 - Tax Policy

HB 1301 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1302 - Senior Security

HB 1303 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1305 - Judiciary

HB 1308 - Tax Policy

HB 1309 - Tax Policy

HB 1310 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1311 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1312 - Judiciary

HB 1313 - Education

HB 1314 - Education

HB 1316 - Retirement

HB 1317 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1318 - Health Care Policy

HB 1321 - Local Government

HB 1325 - Budget

HB 1327 - Transportation and Motor Vehicles

HB 1328 - Communications, Energy and Technology

HB 1332 - Education

HB 1333 - Education

HB 1336 - Judiciary

HB 1338 - Tourism and Cultural Affairs

HB 1343 - Tax Policy

HB 1344 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1348 - Health Care Policy

HB 1349 - Children and Families

HB 1350 - Judiciary

HB 1360 - Education

HB 1363 - Special Committee on General Laws

HB 1367 - Senior Security

HB 1370 - Job Creation and Economic Development

HB 1385 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1386 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1387 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1388 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1389 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1390 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1391 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1392 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1393 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1394 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

HB 1397 - Workforce Development and Workplace Safety


COMMITTEE REPORTS


         Committee on Education, Chairman Cunningham (86) reporting:


         Madam Speaker: Your Committee on Education, to which was referred HB 1040, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.


         Committee on Small Business, Chairman St. Onge reporting:


         Madam Speaker: Your Committee on Small Business, to which was referred HB 978, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.


         Special Committee on General Laws, Chairman Wright reporting:


         Madam Speaker: Your Special Committee on General Laws, to which was referred HB 777, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.




         Committee on Workforce Development and Workplace Safety, Chairman Hunter reporting:


         Madam Speaker: Your Committee on Workforce Development and Workplace Safety, to which was referred HB 1268 and HB 1211, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.


MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE


         Madam Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted SCR 24.


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 24


          WHEREAS, faith-based and community organizations are currently providing quality social services and making a positive difference in the communities they serve; and


          WHEREAS, faith-based and community organizations are serving their communities in areas such as the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency, child care services, support services for the elderly, the prevention of crime, the intervention in and prevention of domestic violence, and a number of other social service areas; and


          WHEREAS, some of these faith-based and community organizations are currently receiving funds from federal government, or through a state, city, or local government that itself receives federal funds, to carry out their missions; and


          WHEREAS, because of the quality services provided by these organizations, it is important for the state and local governments to utilize their services by working in partnership with faith-based and community organizations; and


          WHEREAS, faith-based and community organizations that currently work in partnership with local governments or judicial circuits are doing so within the framework of the Constitutional church-state guidelines:


          NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Missouri Senate, Ninety-Second General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby express their gratitude to faith-based and community organizations working in their communities to improve the lives of the citizens of this state; and


          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we support the mission of faith-based and community organizations to provide social services to improve the lives of our citizens; and


          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we support and encourage the state and all local governments to work in partnership with faith-based and community organizations to provide quality social services that improve the lives of so many of our citizens in particular and better our society in general; and


          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Missouri Senate be instructed to prepare properly inscribed copies of this resolution for the Governor, the presiding judge of each judicial circuit in this state, and to the director of each state department.

         

         In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.


ADJOURNMENT


         On motion of Representative Crowell, the House adjourned until 4:00 p.m., Monday, February 9, 2004.


CORRECTION TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL


AFFIDAVIT


I, State Representative Russ Carnahan, District 59, hereby state and affirm that my vote as recorded on Pages 223 and 224 of the House Journal for Wednesday, February 4, 2004 showing that I voted absent with leave was incorrectly recorded. Pursuant to House Rule 88, I ask that the Journal be corrected to show that I voted aye. I further state and affirm that I was present in the House Chamber at the time this vote was taken, I did in fact vote, and my vote or absence was incorrectly recorded.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my hand to this affidavit on this 5th day of February 2004.


                                                                                                 /s/ Russ Carnahan

                                                                                                      State Representative

State of Missouri            )

                                       ) ss.

County of Cole               )


Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of February in the year 2004.


                                                                                                 /s/ Stephen S. Davis

                                                                                                      Chief Clerk


COMMITTEE MEETINGS


AGRICULTURE

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 1.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearing to be held on: HB 1126


APPROPRIATIONS - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Monday, February 9, 2004, 2:00 p.m. Hearing Room 7.

Office of Administration.


APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS

Monday, February 9, 2004, 2:00 p.m. Hearing Room 6.

Public testimony solely for the purpose of the possible closing of the Chillicothe prison.


APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 6.

Department of Public Safety and Corrections. Department presentations.

Review Governor's budget recommendations.


APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS

Wednesday, February 11, 2004, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 6.

Department of Public Safety and Corrections. Department presentations.

Review Governor's budget recommendations.




APPROPRIATIONS - PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS

Thursday, February 12, 2004, Hearing Room 6 upon morning adjournment.

Department of Public Safety and Corrections. Department presentations.

Review Governor's recommendations.


BUDGET

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 3.

Fiscal review HB 980.

Executive session will be held on: HB 1014


CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 5:00 p.m. Hearing Room 1.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 1120, HB 846, HB 915


CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Wednesday, February 11, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 5.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 1276, HB 1209, HJR 35, HB 862


CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 5:00 p.m. Hearing Room 3.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 1215, HB 1168, HB 1059, HB 1103, HB 1075


ELECTIONS

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 5:00 p.m. Hearing Room 7.

Possible executive session.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 1092, HB 900, HB 962


FINANCIAL SERVICES

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 6.

Possible executive session.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 1198, HB 990, HB 818, HB 1278


HEALTH CARE POLICY

Monday, February 9, 2004, Hearing Room 6 upon upon evening adjournment.

Executive session will be held on: HB 855


JOINT COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH, OVERSIGHT SUBCOMMITTEE

Monday, February 9, 2004, 1:00 p.m. Hearing Room 5.

Challenge fiscal note HB 969.


JOINT COMMITTEE ON OUT-OF-SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Friday, February 13, 2004, 8:30 a.m. Senate Lounge.


JUDICIARY

Monday, February 9, 2004, Hearing Room 1 upon upon evening adjournment.

Executive session will be held on: HB 1304


LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Monday, February 9, 2004, Side Gallery House Chamber upon afternoon adjournment.

Executive session on previously heard bills.


PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION AND LICENSING

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 4.

Possible executive session on HB 869.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 998, HB 1195


TAX POLICY

Tuesday, February 10, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 7.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 856, HB 823, HB 1212, HB 893


TRANSPORTATION AND MOTOR VEHICLES

Wednesday, February 11, 2004, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 7.

Executive session to follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 912, HB 1149, HB 826, HB 1167, HB 1114,

HB 937, HB 1029, HB 1108, HB 1200


HOUSE CALENDAR


EIGHTEENTH DAY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2004


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION FOR SECOND READING


HCR 21


HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING - APPROPRIATIONS


1       HB 1002 through HB 1010

2       HB 1012


HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING


HB 1398 through HB 1426


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION FOR PERFECTION


HCS HJR 28 - Roark (139)


HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION


1       HCS HB 946, 1106 & 952 - Crawford (117)

2       HCS HB 1105, 1062, 1111, 1113 & 1119 - Crawford (117)

3       HCS HB 1041 - Cunningham (86)

4       HCS HB 1040 - Cunningham (86)

5       HCS HB 777 - Marsh (136)

6       HCS HB 1268 & 1211 - Smith (118)

7       HCS HB 978 - Baker (123)


HOUSE BILL FOR PERFECTION - CONSENT


 (2/02/04)


HB 994 - Cunningham (145)


HOUSE BILL FOR THIRD READING


HCS HB 980, (Budget 2-04-04) - Myers (160)


HOUSE RESOLUTIONS


1       HR 4, (1-22-04, Page 124) - Lembke (85)

2       HR 196, (2-04-04, Page 227) - Morris (138)