Journal of the House



VETO SESSION



First Regular Session, 91st General Assembly


FIRST DAY, Wednesday, September 12, 2001



Speaker Kreider in the Chair.



Prayer by Representative Betty Thompson.



I thank God for another day, one that you and I have never seen, but one that can make all of us a little better than the day before.



Our Father God, we ask that You bless this entire country at this dark hour, bless our families and our Governor as well as this state.



You promised that You would put no more on us than we can bare, and it will rain on the just as well as the unjust. So as we prepare for this veto session, we ask that we walk together as children and don't get weary, there is a great day coming in the Promised Land.



The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.



RESOLUTION



Representative Crump offered House Resolution No. 1.



HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 1



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session, inform the Governor and the Senate that the House is duly convened and is now in session in the 2001 Constitutional Veto Session and ready for consideration of business.



On motion of Representative Crump, Rule 63 was suspended and House Resolution No. 1 was adopted by the following vote:



AYES: 101
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Berkowitz Berkstresser Bland Bonner Boucher
Bowman Bray 84 Britt Brooks Burton
Carnahan Champion Clayton Coleman Copenhaver
Crump Curls Daus Davis Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro
Graham Gratz Green 15 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell
Hampton Harding Hartzler Haywood Hegeman
Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Holt Hosmer
Johnson 61 Johnson 90 Jolly Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Kennedy King Koller Lawson Legan
Levin Liese Long Lowe Luetkenhaus
Marsh May 149 Mays 50 McKenna Merideth
Monaco Murphy O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt
Portwood Ransdall Relford Reynolds Richardson
Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith Surface Thompson Townley Treadway
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Ward
Whorton Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 047
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Black
Boatright Burcham Byrd Cierpiot Cooper
Crowell Cunningham Dempsey Enz Fares
Gaskill Hanaway Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin
Hunter Jetton Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Linton
Lograsso Luetkemeyer Marble Mayer Miller
Moore Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann
Phillips Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart
Ridgeway Roark Schwab Scott Secrest
St. Onge Wright
PRESENT: 001
Ford
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 013
Ballard Boykins Campbell Crawford Dolan
George Green 73 Harlan Holand Hoppe
Purgason Troupe Van Zandt
VACANCIES: 001


MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, MO 65101

___________________________________

June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 2 entitled:









"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and of 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 and for the investment in registered bonds of the State Public School Fund by the State Board of Education for the period beginning July 1, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 2.116



I hereby veto $50,000 general revenue for geography curriculum and teaching methods. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $50,000 from $50,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $50,000 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 2.160



I hereby veto $400,000 general revenue for charter school sponsors. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the public charter schools program by $400,000 from $580,000 to $180,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $3,012,000 to $2,612,000 in total for the section.



Section 2.201



I hereby veto $500,000 general revenue for the Missouri Teacher Shortage Loan Program. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $500,000 from $500,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $500,000 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 2.310



I hereby veto $150,000 general revenue for blind skills specialists. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. It may be possible to consider redirecting currently appropriated professional development funds in the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide these services. Also, the Missouri School for the Blind will continue providing assistance to school districts and parents of children who are blind.



For a task force on blind student academic and vocational performance by $150,000 from $245,000 to $95,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $245,000 to $95,000 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 2, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.









Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

_____________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 3 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 3.145



I hereby veto $1,049,968 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for community colleges. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For distribution to community colleges by $1,049,968 from $99,806,594 to $98,756,626 General Revenue Fund.

From $153,211,727 to $152,161,759 in total for the section.



Section 3.155



I hereby veto $22,532 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Linn State Technical College. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $22,532 from $5,233,060 to $5,210,528 General Revenue Fund.

From $5,263,060 to $5,240,528 in total for the section.



Section 3.160



I hereby veto $182,547 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Central Missouri State University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.







Also, I hereby veto $75,000 general revenue for the motorcycle safety program at Central Missouri State University. This program was originally cut from the Department of Public Safety budget. A portion of the funding has been restored in the Central Missouri State University budget. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $257,547 from $56,188,016 to $55,930,469 General Revenue Fund.

From $62,107,768 to $61,850,221 in total for the section.



Section 3.165



I hereby veto $138,011 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Southeast Missouri State University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $119,000 general revenue for wildlife specialists at Southeast Missouri State University. In order to obtain statewide dissemination and implementation, specialists of this nature would be better situated in the Missouri Department of Agriculture where statewide programs could be developed. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $257,011 from $45,393,536 to $45,136,525 General Revenue Fund.

From $50,635,910 to $50,378,899 in total for the section.



Section 3.170



I hereby veto $251,695 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Southwest Missouri State University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $251,695 from $79,907,855 to $79,656,160 General Revenue Fund.

From $89,542,946 to $89,291,251 in total for the section.



Section 3.175



I hereby veto $47,488 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Lincoln University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $100,000 general revenue for the Missouri Teacher Academy at Lincoln University. This new program was neither requested by the institution nor recommended by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, and was not part of my budget recommendations. Such review is essential to ensure that state resources are allocated in the most cost-effective manner. In addition, this ongoing program was funded with moneys available on a one-time basis. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.







All expenditures by $47,488 from $17,332,387 to $17,284,899 General Revenue Fund.

For the Missouri Teacher Academy by $100,000 from $100,000 to $0 General Revenue Fund.

From $19,842,605 to $19,695,117 in total for the section.



Section 3.180



I hereby veto $102,372 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Truman State University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $102,372 from $42,628,054 to $42,525,682 General Revenue Fund.

From $46,965,032 to $46,862,660 in total for the section.



Section 3.185



I hereby veto $94,149 general revenue for inflationary adjustments to Northwest Missouri State University. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $94,149 from $29,265,673 to $29,171,524 General Revenue Fund.

From $32,381,886 to $32,287,737 in total for the section.



Section 3.190



I hereby veto $102,798 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Missouri Southern State College. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $50,000 general revenue for a multicultural website at Missouri Southern State College. This item was funded as a one-time appropriation in Fiscal Year 2001 and was not recommended by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education or the Governor for Fiscal Year 2002. Such review is essential to ensure that state resources are allocated in the most cost-effective manner. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $152,798 from $19,328,665 to $19,175,867 General Revenue Fund.

From $21,574,299 to $21,421,501 in total for the section.



Section 3.195



I hereby veto $89,174 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Missouri Western State College. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $89,174 from $19,827,355 to $19,738,181 General Revenue Fund.

From $22,070,963 to $21,981,789 in total for the section.



Section 3.200



I hereby veto $22,836 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for Harris-Stowe State College. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $22,836 from $10,459,080 to $10,436,244 General Revenue Fund.

From $11,357,085 to $11,334,249 in total for the section.



Section 3.205



I hereby veto $783,930 general revenue for inflationary adjustments for the University of Missouri. Inflationary adjustments for public higher education institutions were provided from moneys available on a one-time basis. The uncertainty of revenues for Fiscal Year 2003 argues against use of this fund source for an ongoing item. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $175,00 general revenue for an education and labor market analysis of St. Louis at the University of Missouri - St. Louis. The study is duplicative of other state programs currently in operation. Also, when this study was originally funded in Fiscal Year 2001 it was neither requested by the institution nor recommended by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, and was not part of the Governor's recommendation. Such review is essential to ensure that state resources are allocated in the most cost-effective manner. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $50,000 general revenue for a disability sports and recreation program at the University of Missouri - Columbia. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



All expenditures by $958,930 from $419,603,730 to $418,644,800 General Revenue Fund.

For disabled sports recreation by $50,000 from $250,000 to $200,000 General Revenue Fund.

From $458,261,773 to $457,252,843 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 3, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

______________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 4 entitled:





"AN ACT"



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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 4.230



I hereby veto $47,816, including $20,190 general revenue for one additional staff in the Multimodal Administration section. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $4,640 general revenue for Multimodal Administration expense and equipment. I proposed this reduction after careful review of agency core operations. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Services by $19,390 from $386,605 to $367,215 General Revenue Fund.

Expense and Equipment by $5,440 from $31,446 to $26,006 General Revenue Fund.
From $418,051 to $393,221 in total from General Revenue Fund.

Personal Services by $27,626 from $497,285 to $469,659 Federal Funds.

From $1,147,285 to $1,119,659 in total from Federal Funds.

From $2,577,096 to $2,524,640 in total for the section.



Section 4.245



I hereby veto $450,000 general revenue for the appropriated transfer of funds from the general revenue fund to the State Transportation Fund for transit grants. The Department of Transportation will distribute an additional $1.6 million in federal transit grants in Fiscal Year 2002. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $450,000 from $8,817,977 to $8,367,977 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $8,817,977 to $8,367,977 in total for the section.



Section 4.250



I hereby veto $450,000 from the state transportation fund for distributing funds to urban, small urban, and rural transportation systems. The Department of Transportation will distribute an additional $1.6 million in federal transit grants in Fiscal Year 2002. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $450,000 from $8,817,977 to $8,367,977 in total from State Transportation Fund.

From $8,817,977 to $8,367,977 in total for the section.



Section 4.315



I hereby veto $25,000 general revenue for administrative assistance for the Mid-America Port Commission and $20,000 for administrative assistance for the Mississippi County Port Authority. Each port authority has an annual opportunity to compete for funding assistance from the Department of Transportation. Setting aside funds for a specific port outside of the established review process is not the most effective way to allocate limited resources. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. These vetoes are necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $45,000 from $514,987 to $469,987 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $514,987 to $469,987 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 4, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

___________________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 5 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Department of Transportation, 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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 5.390



I hereby veto $110,820 general revenue for payments to certain counties with mental institutions for reimbursement of salaries of public administrators' secretaries. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $110,820 from $110,820 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.

From $110,820 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 5.435



I hereby veto $31,153 from the Missouri Public Broadcasting Corporation Special Fund for payments to public television and radio stations. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. This represents the spending authority for section 5.440.



For grants to public television and public radio stations as provided in Section 143.183, RSMo, by $31,153 from $463,991 to $432,838.

From $463,991 to $432,838 in total from the Missouri Public Broadcasting Corporation Special Fund.

From $557,306 to $526,153 in total for the section.









Section 5.440



I hereby veto $31,153 general revenue transfer to the Missouri Public Broadcasting Corporation Special Fund. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $31,153 from $463,991 to $432,838 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $463,991 to $432,838 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 5, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

_____________________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 6 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 6.005



I hereby veto $115,000 for the Department of Agriculture, Office of Director, including $90,000 for an attorney and $25,000 for a crop identification study. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Service by $77,000 from $1,643,729 to $1,566,729.

Expense and Equipment by $38,000 from $762,914 to $724,914.

From $2,415,853 to $2,300,853 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,658,655 to $2,543,655 in total for the section.



Section 6.020



I hereby veto $150,000 for the Department of Agriculture, Office of Director for vehicle replacement.



Expense and Equipment by $150,000 from $150,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $511,940 to $361,940 in total for the section.



Section 6.030



I hereby veto $100,000 general revenue for the Department of Agriculture for the Food and Agriculture Policy Research Institute (FAPRI). A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.

By $100,000 from $100,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $100,000 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 6.040



I hereby veto $261,541 for the Department of Agriculture for the Division of Market Development, including $100,000 for the farmers market program, $61,541 for an international marketing specialist, and $100,000 for a South American trade office. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Services by $34,644 from $1,064,355 to $1,029,711.

Expense and Equipment by $126,897 from $737,481 to $610,584.

For the Farmers Market Program by $100,000 from $100,000 to $0.

From $2,141,836 to $1,880,295 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,325,441 to $2,063,900 in total for the section.



Section 6.268



I hereby veto $75,000 for the Department of Natural Resources for the Cardiff Hill Park Historic Project. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.

For the expenditures of a matching grant to the Cardiff Hill Park Historic Project by $75,000 from $75,000 to $0.

From $75,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $75,000 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 6.269



I hereby veto $31,153 general revenue transfer to the Historic Preservation Revolving Fund. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $31,153 from $463,991 to $432,838 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $463,991 to $432,838 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 6, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.











Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

_____________________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 7 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 7.020



I hereby veto $749,000 including $200,000 for the fruit and vegetable experiment station at Southwest Missouri State University in Mountain Grove and $549,000 for Small Business Development Centers. This represents the spending authority for section 7.030. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the fruit and vegetable experiment station at Southwest Missouri State University in Mountain Grove by $200,000 from $200,000 to $0.

For Small Business Development Centers by $549,000 from $549,000 to $0.

From $2,797,652 to $2,048,652 from Missouri Technology Investment Fund.

From $15,994,089 to $15,245,089 in total for the section.



Section 7.030



I hereby veto $749,000 general revenue transfer to the Missouri Technology Investment Fund. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $749,000 from $4,914,652 to $4,165,652 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $5,114,652 to $4,365,652 in total for the section.



Section 7.090



I hereby veto $186,914 general revenue transfer to the Missouri Arts Council Trust Fund. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo.





By $186,914 from $2,783,944 to $2,597,030 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,783,944 to $2,597,010 in total for the section.



Section 7.095



I hereby veto $31,153 general revenue transfer to the Missouri Humanities Council Trust Fund. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo.



By $31,153 from $463,991 to $432,838 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $463,991 to $432,838 in total for the section.



Section 7.125



I hereby veto $50,000 from the Department of Economic Development Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund for the Black World History Wax Museum. Funding for special projects should be sought through the Tourism Commission and the Division of Tourism. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expense and Equipment by $50,000 from $16,982,630 to $16,932,630.

From $18,399,085 to $18,349,085 in total from Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund.

From $18,414,085 to $18,364,085 in total for the section.



Section 7.200



I hereby veto $50,000 from the Department of Economic Development for the public information section in the Office of Public Counsel. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Service by $40,000 from $758,398 to $718,398.

Expense and Equipment by $10,000 from $221,737 to $211,737.

From $980,135 to $930,135 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $980,135 to $930,135 in total for the section.



Section 7.885



I hereby veto $40,000 from the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations for the Missouri Commission on Human Rights for computer equipment. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. Remaining funds are sufficient for the equipment.



Expense and Equipment by $40,000 from $227,412 to $187,412.

From $1,522,496 to $1,482,496 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,414,116 to $2,374,116 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 7, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.















Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

_______________________________________





June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 8 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 8.285



I hereby veto $67,965 general revenue for Missouri National Guard recruitment efforts. I am approving a total of $120,552 in additional funds for this purpose, including funds for a diversity coordinator and for operation of additional armories in the metropolitan areas. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expense and Equipment by $67,965 from $417,440 to $349,475 General Revenue Fund.

From $2,794,937 to $2,726,972 in total for the section.



Section 8.320



I hereby veto $50,000 general revenue for the State Emergency Management Agency for floodplain mapping. This amount represents only a small portion of the much larger amount that would be necessary to accomplish floodplain mapping on a statewide basis. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.

Expense and Equipment by $50,000 from $317,970 to $267,970 General Revenue Fund.

From $1,939,456 to $1,889,456 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $3,261,107 to $3,211,107 in total for the section.



Section 8.322



I hereby veto $50,000 federal funds for Missouri Task Force One. The appropriation is being reduced because no additional funds are expected to be available for distribution to the task force.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $50,000 from $50,000 to $0 Federal Funds.

From $50,000 to $0 in total for the section.





On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 8, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

________________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 9 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections, the Board of Public Buildings, 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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 9.100



I hereby veto $10,608 for a pilot program to test Corrections staff for drugs and alcohol. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expense and Equipment by $10,608 from $271,145 to $260,537.

From $4,424,975 to $4,414,367 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $4,456,798 to $4,446,190 in total from the section.



Section 9.500



I hereby veto $995,556 for 28 additional Probation and Parole officers. This leaves funding for 10 new officers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Service by $995,556 from $58,744,835 to $57,749,279.

From $64,972,498 to $63,976,942 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $64,972,498 to $63,976,942 in total from the section.



Section 9.515



I hereby veto $1,122,312 for the Community Corrections Coordination Unit. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.







For the purpose of funding the Community Corrections Coordination Unit

Expense and Equipment by $1,122,312 from $4,817,417 to $3,695,105.

From $10,612,892 to $9,490,580 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $13,823,334 to $12,701,022 in total from the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 9, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

____________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 10 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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 the several divisions and programs thereof and the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, for the period beginning July 1, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 10.210



I hereby veto $584,000 general revenue for additional adult acute care beds for the Comprehensive Psychiatric Services program and $200,000 general revenue for payments to counties with a disproportionate share of forensic clients. The department is conducting a study on the need for new beds and additional funding should wait for the outcome of that study. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding adult community programs provided that up to ten percent of this appropriation may be used for youth and $584,000 shall be used to purchase adult acute beds by $584,000 from $72,966,910 to $72,382,910.

From $79,082,893 to $78,498,893 in total from General Revenue Fund.



For the adult community program in counties serving a disproportionate share of forensic clients by $200,000 from $200,000 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.

From $98,655,020 to $97,871,020 in total for the section.



Section 10.420



I hereby veto $218,000 general revenue for the family support stipend program. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding family support stipends pursuant to Section 633.180, RSMo, by $218,000 from $879,789 to $661,789 from General Revenue Fund.

From $1,171,094 to $953,094 in total for the section.



Section 10.635



I hereby veto $236,000 general revenue for the Area Health Education Centers (AHECs). A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the Primary Care Resource Initiative Program by $236,000 from $636,000 to $400,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $5,540,000 to $5,304,000 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 10, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

____________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 11 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services 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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 11.005



I hereby veto $5,000 general revenue for expenses related to Prince Hall. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For expenses of the specific duties of the Prince Hall Advisory Board by $5,000 from $5,000 to $0.

From $870,264 to $865,264 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $961,406 to $956,406 in total for the section.















Section 11.010



I hereby veto $750,000 other funds for Legal Aid Grants. The Governor will recommend a supplemental in Fiscal Year 2002 for this same amount for Legal Aid Grants from the Tort Victims' Compensation Fund. There are sufficient funds

in the Tort Victims' Compensation Fund to cover these grants. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $750,000 from $750,000 to $0 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

From $1,550,000 to $800,000 in total for the section.



Section 11.045



I hereby veto $28,000 general revenue for a job information telephone line for blind persons. These services are available through the Department of Economic Development, Division of Workforce Development. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expense and Equipment by $28,000 from $4,622,423 to $4,594,423 from General Revenue Fund.

From $8,686,289 to $8,658,289 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $38,139,037 to $38,111,037 in total for the section.



Section 11.135



I hereby veto $1,300,000 general revenue for grants to specific communities. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding TANF and at-risk of becoming TANF clients, including their families in the Bootheel area, and for other welfare related activities. These services shall include, but not be limited to after-school care, summer care, job training, and family empowerment services.



By $1,000,000 from $2,000,000 to $1,000,000 from General Revenue Fund.



For the purpose of funding services provided at the Grace Hill Neighborhood Services to include, but not be limited to, after school care, job training, and family empowerment services.



By $200,00 from $400,000 to $200,000 from General Revenue Fund.



For the purposes of funding services at the Lindbergh Family Resource Center, St. Joseph, Missouri, to include, but not be limited to, after school care, youth and family empowerment services.



By $100,000 from $400,000 to $300,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $26,507,863 to $25,207,863 in total for the section.



Section 11.210



I hereby veto $300,000 other funds for rehabilitation teachers for the blind. The funding source is one-time and it should not be spent for ongoing purposes. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.









Personal Service by $275,000 from $275,000 to $0 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

Expense and Equipment by $25,000 from $47,610 to $22,610 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

From $322,610 to $22,610 in total from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

From $5,575,477 to $5,275,477 in total for the section.



Section 11.220



I hereby veto $3,688,800 general revenue for the STARS Foster Care Program to "grandfather" those currently not receiving a STARS payment into the program without requiring them to take the mandatory training. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding Foster Care payments, including grandparent foster care and guardian foster care, related services and for expenses related to the training of foster parents, and for intensive in-home services, and for services provided through comprehensive, expedited permanency systems of care for children and families.



By $3,688,800 from $31,894,792 to $28,205,992 from General Revenue Fund.

From $129,471,214 to $125,782,414 in total for the section.



Section 11.225



I hereby veto $250,000 general revenue for three regional child assessment centers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding Regional Child Assessment Centers.

By $250,000 from $2,500,000 to $2,250,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,500,000 to $2,250,000 in total for the section.



Section 11.250



I hereby veto $1,000,000 general revenue for domestic violence prevention programs that cannot be spent due to a statutory problem. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding twenty domestic violence intervention/rehabilitation pilot projects pursuant to Section 455.305, RSMo.

By $1,000,000 from $1,000,000 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.

From $6,147,534 to $5,147,534 in total for the section.



Section 11.310



I hereby veto $644,000 general revenue for the Juvenile Court Diversion Program. This item was originally part of the Department of Social Service's Fiscal Year 2002 core reduction plan. Given the large general revenue increase in juvenile courts in recent years a local match is appropriate. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For the purpose of funding incentive payments to counties for community-based treatment programs for youth.

By $644,000 from $6,440,000 to $5,796,000 from General Revenue Fund.

From $6,940,000 to $6,296,000 for the section.







Section 11.400



I hereby veto $300,000 for health care outreach, including $150,000 general revenue. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Also, I hereby veto $120,000 to expand the pager pilot program, including $60,000 general revenue. Similar utilization management approaches to increase medication compliance of Medicaid recipients will be done through the Pharmacy Enhancement Program (PEP) that was recommended this year. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expense and Equipment by $60,000 from $5,322,677 to $5,262,677 from General Revenue Fund.

From $9,524,922 to $9,464,922 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Expense and Equipment by $60,000 from $11,632,805 to $11,572,805 from Federal Funds.

From $16,822,464 to $16,762,464 in total from Federal Funds.



For the purpose of funding women and minority health care outreach programs.

By $150,000 from $650,000 to $500,000 from General Revenue Fund.

By $150,000 from $650,000 to $500,000 from Federal Funds.



From $31,027,670 to $30,607,670 in total for the section.



Section 11.420



I hereby veto $625,000 to increase payments to the western region for pharmacy services, including $250,000 general revenue. All managed care plans participating in the Medicaid program will receive trend factor increases for medical services and for increased pharmacy costs in Fiscal Year 2002. In February 2002, the western region will re-bid and a pharmacy inflation factor will be included in the capitation rates. Therefore, these additional funds would be duplicative in nature. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For pharmacy rate adjustments for managed care plans in the western region. Such adjustments shall occur only until new rates are established by re-bid in 2002.



By $250,000 from $250,000 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.

By $375,000 from $375,000 to $0 from Federal Funds.

From $744,707,368 to $744,082,368 in total for the section.



Section 11.425



I hereby veto $75,000 to provide reimbursement for provisionally licensed psychologists, including $35,000 general revenue. The Division of Medical Services has estimated the annual costs for these services to be $1.2 million; however, the General Assembly only provided a fraction of the estimated costs for these services. Due to the fiscal constraints of the state, no additional provider groups should be added to the Medicaid program at this time. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $35,000 from $87,019,593 to $86,984,593 from General Revenue Fund.

By $40,000 from $147,217,880 to $147,177,880 from Federal Funds.

From $235,485,017 to $235,10,017 in total for the section.





Section 11.430



I hereby veto $2,241,607 to increase dental rates in the Medicaid program, including $873,106 general revenue. This will still provide sufficient funding to bring the dental rates up to 57 percent of the usual, customary and reasonable (UCR) rates. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



In addition, I hereby veto $200,000 other funds for rural dental services. The state should continue to focus its limited resources on increasing the overall reimbursement structure to dentists that provide services to Medicaid recipients rather than funding additional untested pilot programs. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $873,106 from $8,012,017 to $7,138,911 from General Revenue Fund.

By $1,368,501 from $12,695,615 to $11,327,114 from Federal Funds.



For the purpose of funding dental services to Missouri rural counties through the University of Missouri Dental School.

By $200,000 from $200,000 to $0 from Intergovernmental Transfer Funds.

From $20,978,794 to $18,537,187 in total for the section.



Section 11.440



I hereby veto $6,345,758 for increasing in-home services rates, including $2,471,673 general revenue. There will still be funds to provide a $.25 rate increase per hour to in-home service providers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $2,471,673 from $92,561,381 to $90,089,708 from General Revenue Fund.

By $3,874,085 from $159,678,247 to $155,804,162 from Federal Funds.



I hereby veto $166,383 for increasing nursing home rates to $80 per bed day, including $64,806 general revenue. All Medicaid certified nursing facilities reimbursed less than $85 per bed day will receive an add-on payment in Fiscal Year 2002 through the appropriations provided in Section 11.445. Therefore, these funds are duplicative in nature. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $64,806 from $135,493,028 to $135,428,222 from General Revenue Fund.

By $101,577 from $269,376,788 to $269,275,211 from Federal Funds.

From $706,215,013 to $699,702,872 in total for the section.



Section 11.442



I hereby veto $500,000 federal and other funds for telephone assurance pilot projects. Some area Agencies on Aging are providing the service; therefore, this funding is duplicative in nature. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $200,000 from $200,000 to $0 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

By $300,000 from $300,000 to $0 from Federal Funds.

From $500,000 to $0 in total for the section.









Section 11.455



I hereby veto $1,828,341 to increase dental rates in the Medicaid program, including $712,139 general revenue. There will be funds appropriated to bring the dental rates up to 57 percent of the usual, customary and reasonable (UCR) rates. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.





By $712,139 from $97,611,348 to $96,899,209 from General Revenue Fund.

By $1,116,202 from $296,747,226 to $295,631,024 from Federal funds.

From $488,088,963 to $486,260,622 in total for the section.



Section 11.462



I hereby veto $2,500,000 general revenue for FQHC's to expand dental services. The FQHC's were appropriated $5 million in additional funds in the Healthy Families Budget to expand both dental and physician services to the uninsured. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $2,500,000 from $2,500,000 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.



Section 11.472



I hereby veto $72,902 to provide reimbursement for provisionally licensed psychologists, including $19,873 general revenue. The Division of Medical Services has estimated the annual costs for these services to be $1.2 million; however, the General Assembly only provided a fraction of the estimated costs for these services. Due to the Fiscal constraints of the state, no additional provider groups should be added to the Medicaid program at this time. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



In addition, I hereby veto $396,524 to increase dental rates in the Medicaid program, including $81,448 general revenue. This will still provide sufficient funding to bring the dental rates up to 57 percent of the usual, customary and reasonable (UCR) rates. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $101,321 from $13,779,806 to $13,678,485 from General Revenue Fund.

By $368,105 from $76,595,626 to $76,227,521 from Federal Funds.

From $106,175,755 to $105,706,329 in total for the section.



Section 11.515



I hereby veto $230,157 general revenue for increasing in-home services rates. There will still be funds to provide a $.25 rate increase per hour to in-home service providers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $230,157 from $29,558,715 to $29,328,558 from General Revenue.

From $29,912,152 to $29,681,995 in total for the section.













Section 11.610



I hereby veto $200,000 other funds to contract for quality monitoring and training inspection staff. These were one-time funds and inappropriate for ongoing staff. The Division of Aging has indicated this is a core function that they will perform with existing staff. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Expenses and Equipment by $200,000 from $207,995 to $7,995 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.

From $16,639,950 to $16,439,950 in total for the section.



Section 11.615



I hereby veto $339,470 general revenue for increasing in-home services rates. There will still be funds to provide a $.25 rate increase per hour to in-home service providers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $339,470 from $17,911,729 to $17,572,259 from General Revenue Fund.

From $20,749,326 to $20,409,856 in total for the section.



Section 11.630



I hereby veto $4,825 general revenue for increasing in-home services rates. There will still be funds to provide a $.25 rate increase per hour to in-home service providers. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $4,825 from $259,650 to $254,825 from General Revenue Fund.



Section 11.635



I hereby veto $125,000 other funds for kitchen equipment for the Area Agencies on Aging. This item was originally part of the Department of Social Services' Fiscal Year 2002 core reduction plan. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $125,000 from $125,000 to $0 from Intergovernmental Transfer Fund.



Section 11.640



I hereby veto $125,000 general revenue for adult day care grants. This item was originally part of the Department of Social Services' Fiscal Year 2002 core reduction plan. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $125,000 from $125,000 to $0 from General Revenue Fund.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 11, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.











Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

____________________________________



June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 12 entitled:



"AN ACT"



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 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, 2001 and ending June 30, 2002.



Section 12.100



I hereby veto $31,153 library networking fund for library networking grants. The appropriation is being reduced to reflect the anticipated spending level. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



For library networking grants by $31,153 from $518,991 to $487,838 from Library Networking Fund.

From $518,991 to $487,838 in total for the section.



Section 12.102



I hereby veto $31,153 general revenue for the appropriated transfer to the library networking fund. The veto maintains the distribution ratio of taxes paid by non-resident athletes and entertainers as established by Section 143.183, RSMo. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $31,153 from $463,991 to $432,838 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $463,991 to $432,838 in total for the section.











Section 12.200



I hereby veto $7,500 for a salary increase for staff of the Supreme Court. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Service by $7,500 from $3,407,482 to $3,399,982.

From $4,389,518 to $4,382,018 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $4,469,518 to $4,462,018 in total for the section.



Section 12.240



I hereby veto $60,340 for a law clerk in the Southern District Court of Appeals. This leaves the Court with two additional law clerks. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Personal Service by $49,140 from $1,913,710 to $1,864,570.

Expense and Equipment by $11,200 from $497,255 to $486,055.

From $2,410,965 to $2,350,625 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $2,410,965 to $2,350,625 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 12, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

___________________________________



July 12, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 16 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for capital improvement and other purposes for the several departments of state government and the divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, from the funds herein designated for the period beginning July 1, 2001 and ending June 30, 2003.



I hereby veto the following sections, by said amounts, to bring appropriations in line with actual June 30, 2001 appropriation balances except where otherwise indicated.



Section 16.002



By $54,326 from $64,572 to $10,246 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.006



By $177,477 from $484,661 to $307,184 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.008



By $9,382 from $196,488 to $187,106 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.010



By $21 from $92,100 to $92,079 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.014



By $152,218 from $2,354,032 to $2,201,814 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.016



By $5,879 from $726,284 to $720,405 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.018



By $4,143,036 from $7,669,666 to $3,526,630 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.020



By $319,355 from $2,294,321 to $1,974,966 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.022



By $23,504 from $90,820 to $67,316 in total from Gaming Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.024



By $692 from $1,189 to $497 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.

From $8,302 to $7,610 in total for the section.



Section 16.026



By $453,217 from $3,600,424 to $3,147,207 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.030



By $20,622 from $84,158 to $63,536 in total from Gaming Proceeds for Education Fund.



Section 16.032



By $1,102,137 from $1,663,170 to $561,033 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.036



By $63,498 from $636,786 to $573,288 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $1,722,618 from $1,722,618 to $0 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.

From $2,359,404 to $573,288 in total for the section.

Section 16.038



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.



Section 16.040



By $121,382 from $370,508 to $249,126 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.042



By $2,162,374 from $7,546,141 to $5,383,767 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.044



By $476,260 from $1,184,972 to $708,712 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.048



By $3,110,756 from $8,358,210 to $5,247,454 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.052



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.



Section 16.056



By $2 from $19,857 to $19,855 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.058



By $1 from $145,402 to $145,401 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.060



By $3,397 from $47,647 to $44,250 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.062



By $2,821 from $10,040 to $7,219 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.064



By $4,766,298 from $9,869,818 to $5,103,520 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.066



By $11,458 from $5,085,658 to $5,074,200 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.068



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.







Section 16.070



By $1,545,255 from $22,854,526 to $21,309,271 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.072



By $8,146,916 from $11,127,000 to $2,980,084 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.076



By $23,654 from $72,202 to $48,548 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.078



By $1,909,712 from $7,420,830 to $5,511,118 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.080



By $1,192,757 from $1,827,415 to $634,658 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.082



By $2,072,043 from $2,538,996 to $466,953 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $7,405,510 to $5,333,467 in total for the section.



Section 16.084



By $155,311 from $386,530 to $231,219 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.086



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.



Section 16.088



For the Kansas City Regional Business and Technology Center at Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City.

By $3,210,255 from $4,283,255 to $1,073,000 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



For the Center for Allied Health Technologies at State Fair Community College in Sedalia.

By $478,317 from $478,317 to $0 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.

From $4,761,572 to $1,073,000 in total for the section.



Section 16.090



By $1,474 from $48,002 to $46,528 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.092



By $120,228 from $705,837 to $585,609 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.094



By $1,961,767 from $4,854,656 to $2,892,889 in total from Lottery Proceeds Fund.



Section 16.096



By $55,471 from $108,772 to $53,301 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $72,046 from $395,054 to $323,008 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $553,826 to $426,309 in total for the section.



Section 16.098



By $77,691 from $150,971 to $73,280 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $69,644 from $455,549 to $385,905 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $606,520 to $459,185 in total for the section.



Section 16.100



By $98,420 from $165,436 to $67,016 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $77,889 from $459,491 to $381,602 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

By $34,361 from $365,424 to $331,063 in total from Office of Administration Facilities Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

From $1,290,351 to $1,079,681 in total for the section.



Section 16.102



By $12,681 from $500,000 to $487,319 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $14,516 from $494,666 to $480,150 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $994,666 to $967,469 in total for the section.



Section 16.104



By $3,713 from $149,143 to $145,430 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $35,923 from $148,661 to $112,738 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $297,804 to $258,168 in total for the section.



Section 16.106



By $294,974 from $4,782,145 to $4,487,171 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

By $14,783 from $410,669 to $395,886 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

By $27,558 from $479,278 to $451,720 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

By $6,470 from $448,178 to $441,708 in total from Bingo Proceeds for Education Fund.

From $6,420,270 to $6,076,485 in total for the section.



Section 16.108



By $112,606 from $2,533,223 to $2,420,617 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.110



By $50,250 from $272,487 to $222,237 in total from Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Fund.



Section 16.112



By $2,531 from $80,935 to $78,404 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $636,831 from $670,581 to $33,750 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

From $751,516 to $112,154 in total for the section.



Section 16.114



By $162,597 from $635,967 to $473,370 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.116



By $9,557 from $9,557 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $79,059 from $1,895,950 to $1,816,891 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

From $2,721,307 to $2,632,691 in total for the section.



Section 16.118



By $405,887 from $1,322,759 to $916,872 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

By $9,490 from $122,003 to $112,513 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $1,444,762 to $1,029,385 in total for the section.



Section 16.120



By $63,546 from $358,769 to $295,223 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.122



By $715,890 from $1,806,985 to $1,091,095 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $353,565 from $867,012 to $513,447 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.

From $2,673,997 to $1,604,542 in total for the section.



Section 16.124



By $718,146 from $5,940,618 to $5,222,472 in total from the General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.126



By $482,429 from $1,567,156 to $1,084,727 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.128



By $152,386 from $274,300 to $121,914 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $683,868 from $946,667 to $262,799 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.

From $1,220,967 to $384,713 in total for the section.



Section 16.130



By $60,822 from $1,645,080 to $1,584,258 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $1 from $50,625 to $50,624 in total from Donated Funds.

From $1,695,705 to $1,634,882 in total for the section.



Section 16.132



By $1 from $53,452E to $53,451E in total from State Park Earnings Fund.

By $86,435 from $2,309,057E to $2,222,622E in total from Department of Natural Resources-Federal and Other Funds.

From $2,362,509 to $2,276,073 in total for the section.







Section 16.134



By $7,941 from $73,892 to $65,951 in total from State Park Earnings Fund.

From $151,477 to $143,536 in total for the section.



Section 16.136



By $98,687 from $347,764 to $249,077 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.138



By $41,618 from $1,443,747 to $1,402,129 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.

By $1,754 from $430,385 to $428,631 in total from State Park Earnings Fund.

From $1,874,132 to $1,830,760 in total for the section.



Section 16.140



By $15,197 from $720,536 to $705,339 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.142



By $89,363 from $429,778 to $340,415 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.144



By $532,939 from $759,502 to $226,563 in total from State Parks Earnings Fund.



Section 16.146



By $24,899 from $89,819 to $64,920 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section.16.148



By $48,387 from $389,603 to $341,216 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.150



By $128,227 from $580,371 to $452,144 in total from State Park Earnings Fund.



Section 16.152



By $150,523 from $525,909 to $375,386 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.154



By $52,290 from $313,534 to $261,244 in total from State Park Earnings Fund.



Section 16.156



By $72,195 from $654,119 to $581,924 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.









Section 16.158



By $512,628 from $7,906,114 to $7,393,486 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.

By $469,776 from $1,054,287 to $584,511 in total from State Park Earnings Fund.

From $8,960,401 to $7,977,997 in total for the section.



Section 16.160



By $1,572 from $52,000 to $50,428 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.162



By $21,649 from $653,046 to $631,397 in total from State Parks Earnings Fund.



Section 16.164



By $452,666 from $641,682 to $189,016 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.166



By $287,275 from $1,051,158 to $763,883 in total from Parks Sales Tax Fund.



Section 16.170



By $78,261 from $260,294E to $182,033E in total from Highway Department Grade Crossing Safety Account.



Section 16.172



By $14,295 from $1,512,986E to $1,498,691E in total from Highway Department Grade Crossing Safety Account.



Section 16.178



By $1,975 from $64,685 to $62,710 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.180



By $2,232 from $372,586 to $370,354 in total from Unemployment Compensation Administration Fund.

From $3,135,432 to $3,133,200 in total for the section.



Section 16.182



By $314,279 from $871,261 to $556,982 in total from Office of Administration Revolving Administrative Trust Fund.



Section 16.184



By $7,524 from $103,364 to $95,840 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.



Section 16.186



By $690 from $6,611 to $5,921 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

By $134,680 from $390,712E to $256,032E in total from Federal Funds.

From $397,323 to $261,953 in total for the section.



Section 16.188



By $108,674 from $9,940,309 to $9,831,635 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

By $55,642 from $15,836,804E to $15,781,162E in total from Federal Funds.

From $25,777,113 to $25,612,797 in total for the section.



Section 16.190



By $88,301 from $121,650 to $33,349 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

By $15,356 from $177,935E to $162,579E in total from Federal Funds.

From $299,585 to $195,928 in total for the section.



Section 16.192



By $677,676 from $970,434 to $292,758 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.



Section 16.194



By $13,083 from $7,087,244E to $7,074,161E in total from Federal Funds.

By $155,092 from $3,460,047 to $3,304,955 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

From $10,547,291 to $10,379,116 in total for the section.



Section 16.196



By $19,949 from $5,445,000 to $5,425,051 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.



Section 16.198



By $112,645 from $3,362,995 to $3,250,350 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.



Section 16.200



By $281,946 from $938,993 to $657,047 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.

From $11,415,581 to $11,133,635 in total for the section.



Section 16.202



By $133,280 from $1,812,827 to $1,679,547 in total from Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.



Section 16.206



By $142,962 from $190,909E to $47,947E in total from Federal Funds.

From $273,296 to $130,334 in total for the section.



Section 16.208



By $1,256,330 from $6,144,226 to $4,887,896 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.212



By $41,498 from $55,000 to $13,502 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.







Section 16.214



By $26,345 from $1,721,989E to $1,695,644E in total from Federal Funds.



Section 16.216



By $57,828 from $185,923 to $128,095 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.218



By $22,827 from $194,909 to $172,082 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.220



By $31,718 from $521,478 to $489,760 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.222



By $9,375 from $405,627 to $396,252 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $4,225,492 to $4,216,117 in total for the section.



Section 16.224



By $9,004 from $109,434 to $100,430 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.226



By $51,312 from $92,472 to $41,160 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.

From $827,026 to $775,714 in total for the section.



Section 16.228



By $2,267,120 from $2,795,727 to $528,607 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $1 from $10,231 to $10,230 in total from Federal Funds.

From $2,805,958 to $538,837 in total for the section.



Section 16.230



By $35,007 from $3,214,186 to $3,179,179 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.232



By $955,793 from $1,965,150 to $1,009,357 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.234



By $511,287 from $1,026,696 to $515,409 in total from General Revenue Fund.















Section 16.236



I hereby veto $5,513,787 for design, land acquisition, renovation and construction of correctional facilities. Of this amount, $500,000 is for a feasibility study of a natural gas pipeline for the Licking prison. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources. The remaining $5,013,787 vetoed is to bring the appropriated amount in line with the actual June 30, 2001 appropriation balance.



By $5,513,787 from $14,800,000 to $9,286,213 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $16,325,000 to $10,811,213 in total for the section.



Section 16.238



By $115,127 from $2,239,799 to $2,124,672 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.240



By $1,636,555 from $3,223,010 to $1,586,455 in total from General Revenue Fund.

Section 16.242



By $60,405 from $770,183 to $709,778 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.244



By $81,396 from $5,517,000 to $5,435,604 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.246



By $409,894 from $2,428,454 to $2,018,560 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.248



By $95,264 from $635,343 to $540,079 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.252



By $75,606 from $1,617,491 to $1,541,885 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.254



By $79,682 from $3,621,134 to $3,541,452 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.

From $4,186,996 to $4,107,314 in total for the section.



Section 16.256



By $908,130 from $1,265,492 to $357,362 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.258



By $1,072 from $1,213,384 to $1,212,312 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.







Section 16.260



By $8,288 from $225,901 to $217,613 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.264



By $6,350 from $390,058 to $383,708 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.266



By $532,759 from $2,647,694 to $2,114,935 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.268



By $2,136,917 from $2,512,953 to $376,036 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.



Section 16.270



By $3,352 from $1,660,248 to $1,656,896 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.272



By $17,089 from $566,894 to $549,805 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.274



By $133,076 from $141,218 to $8,142 in total from General Revenue Reimbursements Fund.



Section 16.276



For design and planning of mental health facilities in Kansas City.

By $131,702 from $341,971 to $210,269 in total from General Revenue Reimbursements Fund.



For design, land acquisition, renovation, construction, and improvements for a new mental health center in Kansas City.

By $449,001 from $16,937,957 to $16,488,956 in total from General Revenue Reimbursements Fund.

From $17,279,928 to $16,699,225 in total for the section.



Section 16.278



By $261,762 from $484,452 to $222,690 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.280



By $120,347 from $664,695 to $544,348 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.282



By $126,451 from $158,192 to $31,741 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.284



By $81,375 from $181,763 to $100,388 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.





Section 16.286



By $l,388,815 from $4,092,615 to $2,703,800 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.288



By $19,786 from $901,144 to $881,358 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.290



By $3,054 from $168,492 to $165,438 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.292



By $358,962 from $1,105,082 to $746,120 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.294



By $247,116 from $888,715 to $641,599 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.296



By $73,629 from $291,881 to $218,252 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.298



By $172,549 from $406,010 to $233,461 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.300



By $99,744 from $8,793,775 to $8,694,031 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.302



By $14,906 from $907,516 to $892,610 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.304



By $497,109 from $652,046 to $154,937 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.306



By $215,071 from $1,293,663 to $1,078,592 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.308



By $55,177 from $276,661 to $221,484 in total from Mental Health Trust Fund.



Section 16.310



By $58,540 from $4,243,676 to $4,185,136 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.







Section 16.312



By $223,001 from $519,559 to $296,558 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $15,000 from $822,193 to $807,193 in total from Fourth State Building Fund.

By $1 from $26 to $25 in total from Department of Social Services Educational Improvement Fund.

From $1,341,778 to $1,103,776 in total for the section.



Section 16.316



By $1,642 from $1,050,170 to $1,048,528 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.318



By $2,478 from $94,899 to $92,421 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.320



By $14,351 from $276,597 to $262,246 in total from Facilities Maintenance Reserve Fund.



Section 16.322



By $141,158 from $508,727 to $367,569 in total from Department of Social Services Educational Improvement Fund.



Section 16.324



By $27,009 from $540,498 to $513,489 in total from General Revenue Fund.



Section 16.326



By $251,201 from $521,669 to $270,468 in total from General Revenue Fund.

By $4,160 from $6,050 to $1,890 in total from Department of Social Services Educational Improvement Fund.

From $527,719 to $272,358 in total for the section.



Section 16.328



Said section is vetoed in its entirety.



Section 16.374



By $125,001 from $6,099,109 to $5,974,108 in total from General Revenue Fund.



On July 12, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 16, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

_______________________________________







June 22, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 19 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To appropriate money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements including but not limited to major additions and renovations, new structures, and land improvements or acquisitions, and to transfer money among certain funds.



Section 19.086



I hereby veto $818,171 general revenue for a lease purchase at the Northwest Missouri Psychiatric Hospital. A study is currently underway to determine the need for additional psychiatric care beds. Additional state funding should not be considered until the study is complete. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $818,171 from $818,171 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $818,171 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 19.087



I hereby veto $300,000 general revenue for renovation of the Nevada Regional Medical Center. A study is currently underway to determine the need for additional psychiatric care beds. Additional state funding should not be considered until the study is complete. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



Said section is vetoed in its entirety by $300,000 from $300,000 to $0 in total from General Revenue Fund.

From $300,000 to $0 in total for the section.



Section 19.090



I hereby veto $200,000 for the appropriated transfer of funds from the general revenue reimbursements fund to general revenue. Funding was eliminated for a specific project and the appropriated transfer from the general revenue reimbursements fund should be decreased accordingly. A weak national economy is expected to depress revenue collections below original estimates for Fiscal Year 2002. A veto is necessary to help bring expenditures in line with available resources.



By $200,000 from $4,108,597 to $3,908,597 in total from General Revenue Reimbursements Fund.

From $4,108,597 to $3,908,597 in total for the section.



On June 22, 2001, I approved said Conference Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 19, except for those items specifically vetoed and not approved.















Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

____________________________________



July 11, 2001



TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 185 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To repeal sections 64.170, 64.180, and 64.342, RSMo 2000, relating to building codes in certain

counties, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the same subject.



I disapprove of Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 185. My reasons for disapproval are as follows:



This bill contains language that is identical to language found in House Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 86, hereinafter referred to as Senate Bill No. 86. Both bills are meant to allow residents of certain areas of the state to protect themselves by adopting local building codes that regulate construction, electrical wiring, plumbing, and other crucial aspects of buildings. My administration has supported this safety measure, as evinced by the signing of Senate Bill No. 86 on July 6, 2001.



Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 185 contains one provision that Senate Bill No. 86 lacks, however. This section exempts any device, other than a device located in a public building, that is not used by the general public from state law that concerns elevator safety and inspection. Eliminating safety requirements as they relate to elevators, which are used so often by so many Missouri citizens, is detrimental to the public health and welfare of the citizens of this state.



For all of the above stated reasons for disapproval, I am returning Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 185 without my approval.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

____________________________________



July 1, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you House Bill No. 725 entitled:







"AN ACT"



To repeal section 165.011, RSMo 2000, relating to transfers of funds in certain school districts, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.



I disapprove of House Bill No. 725. My reasons for disapproval are as follows.



The language of this bill conflicts with language found in House Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 543, hereinafter referred to as Senate Bill No. 543, which was also approved by the General Assembly during the 2001 session and signed into law on June 27, 2001. Both bills authorize a transfer of operating funds to the capital projects fund under certain circumstances. In addition, Senate Bill No. 543 contains a sunset provision meant to effectuate the intent of the bill, which was to authorize a one-time transfer of funds for the Campbell R-II School District. House Bill No. 725, because it does not contain a sunset provision, legislates more broadly than is necessary, especially considering that the nearly-identical Senate Bill No. 543 has obtained my approval.



For all of the above stated reasons for disapproval, I am returning House Bill No. 725 without my approval.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

___________________________________



July 11, 2001





TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI



Herewith I return to you House Bill No. 909 entitled:



"AN ACT"



To authorize the exchange of property interest owned by the department of natural resources and the City of Lexington.



I disapprove of House Bill No. 909. My reasons for disapproval are as follows:



This bill contains an incorrect legal description of the property to be conveyed. The correct legal description is included in Senate Bill No. 568, which was also approved by the General Assembly during the 2001 session and which was signed into law on July 10, 2001.



For all of the above stated reasons for disapproval, I am returning House Bill No. 909 without my approval.



Respectfully submitted,







/s/ Bob Holden

Governor

HOUSE BILLS VETOED FROM THE

FIRST REGULAR SESSION



Speaker Kreider read the following House Bill vetoed from the First Regular Session: CCS SCS HCS HB 2.



Representative Shields moved that Section 2.201 of CCS SCS HCS HB 2 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 084
Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer Bartle
Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black Boatright
Bonner Burcham Burton Byrd Champion
Cierpiot Cooper Crawford Crowell Cunningham
Davis Dempsey Enz Fares Froelker
Gaskill Gratz Green 15 Griesheimer Hampton
Hanaway Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hohulin Holand Holt Hosmer Hunter
Jetton Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27
King Lawson Legan Levin Linton
Lograsso Long Luetkemeyer Marble Marsh
May 149 Mayer Merideth Miller Moore
Murphy Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann
Phillips Portwood Quinn Rector Reid
Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway Roark Robirds
Ross Schwab Scott Secrest Shields
St. Onge Vogel Whorton Wright
NOES: 062
Abel Baker Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland
Bowman Bray 84 Britt Carnahan Clayton
Coleman Copenhaver Crump Curls Daus
Farnen Foley Franklin Fraser Gambaro
Graham Hagan-Harrell Harding Haywood Hickey
Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe Johnson 61 Johnson 90
Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller Liese Lowe
Luetkenhaus Mays 50 McKenna O'Connor O'Toole
Ransdall Relford Reynolds Rizzo Scheve
Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith Surface Thompson Townley Treadway
Villa Wagner Williams Willoughby Wilson 25
Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
PRESENT: 003
Boucher Brooks Monaco








ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 013
Boykins Campbell Dolan Ford George
Green 73 Harlan Overschmidt Purgason Troupe
Van Zandt Walton Ward
VACANCIES: 001


Speaker Kreider read the following House Bills vetoed from the First Regular Session: CCS SCS HCS HB 3, CCS SCS HCS HB 4, CCS SCS HCS HB 5, CCS SCS HCS HB 6, CCS SCS HCS HB 7, CCS SCS HCS HB 8, CCS SCS HCS HB 9.



Representative Crawford moved that Section 9.500 of CCS SCS HCS HB 9 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 073
Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden
Behnen Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner
Burcham Burton Byrd Champion Cierpiot
Cooper Crawford Crowell Cunningham Dempsey
Enz Fares Froelker Gaskill Griesheimer
Hanaway Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hohulin Holand Hunter Jetton Kelley 47
Kelly 144 King Legan Levin Linton
Long Luetkemeyer Marble Marsh May 149
Mayer Miller Moore Murphy Myers
Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Phillips Portwood
Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart Richardson
Ridgeway Roark Robirds Ross Schwab
Scott Secrest Shields St. Onge Surface
Townley Vogel Wright
NOES: 077
Abel Baker Barnitz Barry 100 Berkowitz
Bland Boucher Bowman Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Carnahan Clayton Coleman Copenhaver
Crump Curls Daus Davis Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Gambaro Graham
Gratz Green 15 Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding
Harlan Haywood Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Johnson 61 Johnson 90
Jolly Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller
Lawson Liese Lowe Luetkenhaus Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Monaco O'Connor O'Toole
Ransdall Relford Reynolds Rizzo Scheve
Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith Thompson Treadway Villa Wagner
Walton Whorton Williams Willoughby Wilson 25
Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 012
Boykins Campbell Dolan Ford George
Green 73 Lograsso Overschmidt Purgason Troupe
Van Zandt Ward
VACANCIES: 001


Speaker Kreider read the following House Bill vetoed from the First Regular Session: CCS SCS HCS HB 10.



Representative Lograsso moved that Section 10.420 of CCS SCS HCS HB 10 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 079
Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black
Boatright Bonner Brooks Burcham Burton
Byrd Champion Cierpiot Cooper Crawford
Crowell Cunningham Dempsey Enz Fares
Froelker Gaskill Griesheimer Hampton Hanaway
Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin
Holand Hunter Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 36 King Legan Levin Linton
Lograsso Long Luetkemeyer Marble May 149
Mayer Merideth Miller Moore Myers
Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Phillips Portwood
Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart Richardson
Ridgeway Roark Robirds Ross Schwab
Scott Secrest Shields Shoemyer St. Onge
Surface Townley Vogel Wright
NOES: 058
Abel Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland Boucher
Bowman Bray 84 Britt Carnahan Clayton
Coleman Copenhaver Crump Curls Daus
Davis Farnen Foley Franklin Fraser
Gambaro Graham Gratz Hagan-Harrell Harding
Haywood Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Johnson 61
Johnson 90 Kelly 27 Kennedy Koller Liese
Lowe Mays 50 O'Connor O'Toole Ransdall
Relford Reynolds Scheve Seigfreid Selby
Shelton Skaggs Smith Thompson Treadway
Villa Walton Whorton Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
PRESENT: 005
Hoppe Luetkenhaus McKenna Monaco Rizzo




ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 020
Boykins Campbell Dolan Ford George
Green 15 Green 73 Harlan Holt Hosmer
Jetton Lawson Marsh Murphy Overschmidt
Purgason Troupe Van Zandt Wagner Ward
VACANCIES: 001

Representative Lograsso requested a verification of the roll call on the vote to override the Governor's veto on Section 10.420 of CCS SCS HCS HB 10.



Speaker Kreider read the following House Bill vetoed from the First Regular Session: CCS SCS HCS HB 11.



Representative Holand moved that Section 11.220 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 088
Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black
Boatright Bonner Burcham Burton Byrd
Champion Cierpiot Cooper Crawford Crowell
Cunningham Dempsey Enz Fares Froelker
Gaskill Green 15 Griesheimer Hampton Hanaway
Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hilgemann
Hohulin Holand Hosmer Hunter Jetton
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 King Lawson
Legan Levin Linton Long Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer Miller
Moore Murphy Myers Naeger Nordwald
O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Phillips Portwood
Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart Richardson
Ridgeway Roark Robirds Ross Schwab
Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shields
Shoemyer St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley
Vogel Whorton Wright
NOES: 017
Boucher Bowman Britt Coleman Farnen
Foley Franklin Hagan-Harrell Johnson 61 Liese
Mays 50 Relford Reynolds Shelton Villa
Walton Williams
PRESENT: 038
Abel Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland Bray 84
Carnahan Clayton Copenhaver Crump Curls
Daus Davis Fraser Gambaro Graham
Harding Haywood Hickey Hollingsworth Holt
Hoppe Johnson 90 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
Lowe McKenna Monaco Ransdall Rizzo
Scheve Skaggs Smith Treadway Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 019
Boykins Brooks Campbell Dolan Ford
George Gratz Green 73 Harlan Koller
Lograsso Luetkenhaus Merideth Overschmidt Purgason
Troupe Van Zandt Wagner Ward
VACANCIES: 001

Representative Holand requested a verification of the roll call on the vote to override the Governor's veto on Section 11.220 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11.



Representative Smith assumed the Chair.



Representative Myers moved that Section 11.430 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 085
Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black
Boatright Bonner Burcham Burton Byrd
Champion Cierpiot Cooper Crawford Crowell
Cunningham Dempsey Enz Fares Froelker
Gaskill Griesheimer Hampton Hanaway Hartzler
Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin Holand
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 King Lawson Legan
Levin Linton Lograsso Long Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer Merideth
Miller Moore Murphy Myers Naeger
Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Phillips
Portwood Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart
Richardson Ridgeway Roark Robirds Ross
Schwab Scott Secrest Shields St. Onge
Surface Townley Vogel Willoughby Wright
NOES: 031
Abel Bowman Bray 84 Britt Carnahan
Clayton Coleman Daus Davis Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Hagan-Harrell Hickey
Koller Liese Mays 50 Overschmidt Reynolds
Seigfreid Selby Shelton Smith Villa
Wagner Walton Whorton Williams Wilson 42
Mr. Speaker




PRESENT: 035
Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland Boucher Brooks
Copenhaver Crump Curls Gambaro Graham
Gratz Green 15 Harding Haywood Hilgemann
Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Johnson 61 Johnson 90
Jolly Kennedy Lowe Luetkenhaus McKenna
Monaco Ransdall Relford Rizzo Scheve
Shoemyer Skaggs Thompson Treadway Wilson 25
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011
Boykins Campbell Dolan Ford George
Green 73 Harlan Purgason Troupe Van Zandt
Ward
VACANCIES: 001

Representative Myers requested a verification of the roll call on the vote to override the Governor's veto on Section 11.430 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11.



Representative Berkstresser moved that Section 11.250 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 082
Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black
Boatright Bonner Boucher Burcham Burton
Byrd Champion Cierpiot Cooper Crawford
Crowell Cunningham Daus Dempsey Enz
Fares Froelker Gaskill Green 15 Griesheimer
Hanaway Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hohulin Holand Hosmer Jetton Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 144 King Legan Levin
Linton Lograsso Long Luetkemeyer Marble
Marsh May 149 Mayer Miller Moore
Murphy Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann
Phillips Portwood Quinn Rector Reid
Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway Roark Robirds
Ross Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Shields St. Onge Surface Townley Vogel
Whorton Wright
NOES: 041
Bray 84 Britt Carnahan Coleman Copenhaver
Crump Davis Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Gambaro Hagan-Harrell Harding Hickey
Hilgemann Hollingsworth Holt Johnson 90 Kelly 27
Kelly 36 Koller Liese Mays 50 McKenna
Merideth O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Relford

Reynolds Selby Shelton Shoemyer Smith
Villa Wagner Walton Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25
PRESENT: 017
Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland Brooks Curls
Graham Gratz Hampton Haywood Kennedy
Monaco Ransdall Rizzo Scheve Thompson
Treadway Wilson 42
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 022
Abel Bowman Boykins Campbell Clayton
Dolan Ford George Green 73 Harlan
Hoppe Hunter Johnson 61 Lawson Lowe
Luetkenhaus Purgason Skaggs Troupe Van Zandt
Ward Mr. Speaker
VACANCIES: 001

Representative Reid requested a verification of the roll call on the vote to override the Governor's veto on Section 11.250 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11.



Representative Crowell moved that Section 11.225 of CCS SCS HCS HB 11 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 079
Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkstresser Black
Boatright Bonner Britt Burcham Burton
Byrd Champion Cierpiot Cooper Crawford
Crowell Cunningham Dempsey Enz Fares
Froelker Gaskill Green 15 Griesheimer Hampton
Hanaway Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hohulin Holand Hunter Jetton Kelley 47
Kelly 144 King Legan Levin Linton
Lograsso Luetkemeyer Marble Marsh May 149
Mayer Merideth Miller Moore Murphy
Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Phillips
Portwood Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart
Ridgeway Roark Robirds Ross Schwab
Scott Secrest Shields Shoemyer St. Onge
Surface Townley Vogel Wright
NOES: 052
Berkowitz Bland Bowman Bray 84 Brooks
Carnahan Clayton Coleman Copenhaver Crump
Curls Daus Davis Farnen Foley
Franklin Fraser Gambaro Graham Hagan-Harrell
Harding Haywood Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth
Holt Hosmer Johnson 90 Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Koller Lawson Liese Mays 50 McKenna
O'Connor O'Toole Relford Reynolds Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Thompson Villa Wagner
Walton Whorton Williams Willoughby Wilson 25
Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
PRESENT: 011
Barry 100 Boucher Gratz Johnson 61 Jolly
Kennedy Luetkenhaus Monaco Ransdall Skaggs
Treadway
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 020
Abel Boykins Campbell Dolan Ford
George Green 73 Harlan Hoppe Long
Lowe Overschmidt Purgason Richardson Rizzo
Scheve Smith Troupe Van Zandt Ward
VACANCIES: 001

Representative Smith read the following House Bills vetoed from the First Regular Session: CCS SCS HCS HB 12, CCS SCS HB 16, CCS SCS HCS HB 19.



Representative Shields moved that Section 19.086 of CCS SCS HCS HB 19 be enacted into law, the objections of the Governor thereto notwithstanding.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 076
Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner Burcham
Burton Byrd Champion Cierpiot Cooper
Crawford Crowell Cunningham Davis Dempsey
Enz Fares Froelker Gaskill Griesheimer
Hanaway Hartzler Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hohulin Holand Hunter Jetton Kelley 47
Kelly 144 Kelly 27 King Lawson Levin
Linton Lograsso Luetkemeyer Marble Marsh
May 149 Mayer Miller Moore Murphy
Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Phillips
Portwood Quinn Rector Reid Reinhart
Relford Richardson Ridgeway Roark Robirds
Ross Schwab Scott Secrest Shields
St. Onge Surface Townley Vogel Whorton
Wright
NOES: 055
Abel Barnitz Barry 100 Berkowitz Bland
Boucher Bowman Bray 84 Britt Brooks
Carnahan Clayton Coleman Copenhaver Crump
Curls Daus Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Gambaro Graham Hagan-Harrell Harding
Haywood Hilgemann Hollingsworth Holt Hosmer
Johnson 90 Jolly Kelly 36 Liese Mays 50
McKenna Merideth O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt
Reynolds Seigfreid Selby Shoemyer Smith
Thompson Treadway Villa Wagner Walton
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
PRESENT: 008
Gratz Green 15 Hampton Johnson 61 Kennedy
Rizzo Scheve Skaggs
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 023
Baker Ballard Boykins Campbell Dolan
Ford George Green 73 Harlan Hickey
Hoppe Koller Legan Long Lowe
Luetkenhaus Monaco Purgason Ransdall Shelton
Troupe Van Zandt Ward
VACANCIES: 001


Representative Smith read the following House Bills vetoed from the First Regular Session: SS SCS HB 185, HB 725 and HB 909.



HOUSE RESOLUTION



Representative Crump offered House Resolution No. 2.



HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 2



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives, that the Chief Clerk of the House inform the Senate that the House, having been duly convened as provided by Section 32, Article III of the Constitution, made no motions to override the Governor's vetoes on CCS SCS HCS HB 3, CCS SCS HCS HB 4, CCS SCS HCS HB 5, CCS SCS HCS HB 6, CCS SCS HCS HB 7, CCS SCS HCS HB 8, CCS SCS HCS HB 12, CCS SCS HB 16, SS SCS HB 185, HB 725 and HB 909 when the bills were called by the Speaker.



On motion of Representative Crump, Rule 63 was suspended and House Resolution No. 2 was adopted by the following vote:



AYES: 110
Barnett Barnitz Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle
Bearden Behnen Berkowitz Black Bland
Bonner Boucher Bowman Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burton Carnahan Champion Clayton
Coleman Copenhaver Crawford Crump Curls
Daus Davis Dempsey Enz Fares
Farnen Foley Franklin Fraser Froelker
Gambaro Gaskill Graham Gratz Green 15
Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann
Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer
Johnson 61 Johnson 90 Jolly Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Kennedy Lawson Levin Liese Lowe
Marsh May 149 Mays 50 McKenna Merideth
Moore Murphy Nordwald O'Connor Ostmann
O'Toole Overschmidt Portwood Quinn Rector
Reid Relford Reynolds Rizzo Robirds
Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith
St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley Treadway
Villa Wagner Walton Ward Whorton
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
NOES: 027
Boatright Burcham Byrd Cierpiot Cooper
Crowell Cunningham Hanaway Henderson Hohulin
Hunter Jetton Kelley 47 Kelly 144 King
Linton Lograsso Luetkemeyer Mayer Miller
Myers Phillips Reinhart Ridgeway Roark
Ross Wright
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 025
Abel Baker Ballard Berkstresser Boykins
Campbell Dolan Ford George Green 73
Harlan Koller Legan Long Luetkenhaus
Marble Monaco Naeger Purgason Ransdall
Richardson Shelton Troupe Van Zandt Vogel
VACANCIES: 001


MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE



Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted SR 1.



SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 1



BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate that the Secretary of Senate inform the House of Representatives that the Senate is duly convened and is now in session as provided by Section 32, Article III of the Constitution and is ready for the consideration of its business.



Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted SR 3.



SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 3



BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate that the Secretary of Senate inform the House of Representatives that the Senate, having been duly convened as provided by Section 32, Article III of the Constitution, made no motion to override the Governor's vetoes of Senate Bill No. 207; Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 270; Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 341; Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 387 and Senate Revision Bill No. 606 when the bills were so called by the President.



The following member's presence was noted: Dolan.

ADJOURNMENT



On motion of Representative Crump, the Veto Session of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session, was adjourned sine die pursuant to Article III, Section 32 of the Constitution.