SECOND READING OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
HJR 41 and HJR 42 were read the second time.
SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS
HB 1417 through HB 1440 were read the second time.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
SCR 30, relating to telephone service, was taken up by Representative Farnen.
On motion of Representative Farnen, SCR 30 was adopted by the following vote:
Alter Backer Ballard Barnett Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bauer Bennett Berkstresser Bland
Boatright Bonner Boucher Bray 84 Broach
Burton Campbell Champion Chrismer Cierpiot
Clayton Cooper Crawford Crump Daniel 42
Daniels 41 Davis 122 Davis 63 DeMarce Dolan
Donovan Dougherty Edwards-Pavia Elliott Enz
Evans Farnen Fitzwater Foley Foster
Franklin Fritts Froelker Gaskill Gaston
Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24 Gratz Green
Griesheimer Gross Hagan-Harrell Hall Hartzler 123
Hartzler 124 Heckemeyer Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey
Hilgemann Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe
Hosmer Howerton Johnson Kasten Kauffman
Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy Kissell Klindt
Koller Kreider Lakin Leake Legan
Levin Liese Lograsso Long Luetkenhaus
Marble May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland
McLuckie Merideth Miller Monaco Murray
Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann
Overschmidt Parker Patek Pouche Pryor
Purgason Ransdall Reinhart Relford Reynolds
Richardson Rizzo Robirds Ross Sallee
Schilling Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Sheldon 104 Shelton 57 Shields Skaggs Smith
Steen Stokan Stoll Stroker Summers
Surface Thomason 163 Townley Treadway Troupe
Van Zandt Vogel Wannenmacher Wiggins Williams 121
Williams 159 Wilson Wooten Mr. Speaker
Akin Auer Carter Days Ford
Gunn Linton Loudon Murphy Scheve
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006
Copeland Harlan Lawson Ridgeway Shear
INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
The following House Joint Resolution was read the first time and copies ordered printed:
HJR 43, introduced by Representatives Edwards-Pavia and DeMarce, et al, relating to the state
board of education.
INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS
The following House Bills were read the first time and copies ordered printed:
HB 1441, introduced by Representatives Luetkenhaus, Gratz, Barry, Treadway, O'Connor,
Chrismer, Edwards-Pavia and Cierpiot, et al, relating to banning partial birth abortions.
HB 1442, introduced by Representative Stroker, et al, relating to bankruptcy exemptions.
HB 1443, introduced by Representatives May (108) and Hosmer, et al, relating to offenses
against the administration of justice.
HB 1444, introduced by Representative May (108), relating to civil procedure.
HB 1445, introduced by Representatives May (108), Hosmer, Dougherty, Green, Bennett (15),
O'Toole and Smith, relating to the unlawful use of weapons.
HB 1446, introduced by Representative Patek, relating to campaign finance disclosure.
HB 1447, introduced by Representative Smith, et al, relating to the number of authorized
personnel for the state highway patrol.
HB 1448, introduced by Representatives Hartzler (124), Edwards-Pavia and Secrest, et al ,
relating to teachers.
HB 1449, introduced by Representative Pouche, relating to orders of protection.
HB 1450, introduced by Representatives Barry and Hosmer, et al, relating to massage business.
HB 1451, introduced by Representatives Dougherty and Edwards-Pavia, et al, relating to the
domestic abuse insurance protection act.
HB 1452, introduced by Representative Legan, et al, relating to school property tax rates.
HB 1453, introduced by Representative O'Toole, et al, relating to the one year statute of
HB 1454, introduced by Representative O'Toole, et al, relating to certain retirement systems in
the city of St. Louis.
HB 1455, introduced by Representatives O'Toole and May (108), et al, relating to certain police
HB 1456, introduced by Representative Surface, relating to county revenue collector's offices.
HB 1457, introduced by Representative Bland, relating to economic development in certain
economically depressed areas.
HB 1458, introduced by Representative Bland, relating to public health.
HB 1459, introduced by Representative Bland, relating to taxation.
HB 1460, introduced by Representatives Ladd Stokan and Koller, et al, relating to motor
HB 1461, introduced by Representative Farnen, relating to sales tax exemptions.
HB 1462, introduced by Representative Treadway, relating to professional land surveyors.
HB 1463, introduced by Representative Auer, relating to a police retirtement system in a certain
HB 1464, introduced by Representative Naeger, et al, relating to the transportation of pupils to
HB 1465, introduced by Representative O'Toole, relating to certain practices by telephone
HB 1466, introduced by Representative Kauffman, relating to motor vehicles.
HB 1467, introduced by Representative Champion, relating to the nonemergency medical
HB 1468, introduced by Representative Reynolds, relating to prohibiting the imposition of tax on
HB 1469, introduced by Representatives Relford and McLuckie, et al, relating to certificate of
license to teach.
WITHDRAWAL OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
January 19, 1998
Mrs. Joan Branson
Asst. Chief Clerk
House of Representatives
I respectfully request that HJR 42 be withdrawn as of this date. Thank you.
/s/ Jewell Patek
WITHDRAWAL OF HOUSE BILL
January 20, 1998
Hon. Steve Gaw, Speaker
House of Representatives
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Dear Mr. Speaker:
I respectfully request that House Bill 1303 be withdrawn.
/s/ Joe Treadway
The following member's presence was noted: Representative Lawson.