First Regular Session, 91st General Assembly
NINTH DAY, Tuesday, January 16, 2001
Speaker Pro Tem Abel in the Chair.
Prayer by Reverend Rudy Beard.
Gracious God, as we look into the future help us to appreciate Your gifts of the past. We are the inheritors of sturdy faith, magnificent political ideas, a heritage of freedom, and we acknowledge the legacy of our national commitment to education, human rights, equality and justice. We honor leaders who, like Lincoln and King have called us to the higher way, to Your way.
Keep this House in harmony with the great traditions of our nation as they serve the people; and to You be glory and honor. Amen.
The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.
The Journal of the eighth day was approved as printed by the following vote:
|Graham||Gratz||Green 15||Green 73||Griesheimer|
|Johnson 90||Jolly||Kelley 47||Kelly 144||Kelly 27|
|Marsh||May 149||Mayer||Mays 50||McKenna|
|Williams||Willoughby||Wilson 25||Wilson 42||Wright|
|ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004|
HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED
House Resolution No. 80
House Resolution No. 81 - Representatives Scheve and Enz
House Resolution No. 82 - Representatives Bartelsmeyer and Miller
House Resolution No. 83 - Representative Davis
House Resolution No. 84 - Representative Boucher
House Resolution No. 85 - Representatives Richardson and Jetton
SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS
HB 356 through HB 368 were read the second time.
INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
The following House Joint Resolution was read the first time and copies ordered printed:
HJR 11, introduced by Representatives Gambaro, Hanaway, Fraser, Merideth, O'Toole, Carnahan and Bray, et al, relating to the city of St. Louis.
INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS
The following House Bills were read the first time and copies ordered printed:
HB 369, introduced by Representatives Boucher, Farnen, Riback Wilson (25), Liese, Troupe, Hendrickson, Fraser, Dougherty, Hilgemann, Dolan, Selby, Lowe, Walton and Coleman, et al, relating to death penalty.
HB 370, introduced by Representative Crowell, relating to drug regulations.
HB 371, introduced by Representative Crowell, relating to crimes.
HB 372, introduced by Representatives Ladd Baker, Green (73), Reynolds, Green (15), George, Reid and Hagan-Harrell, et al, relating to the trauma center fund.
HB 373, introduced by Representatives Crump and Kennedy, relating to theft of motor fuel.
HB 374, introduced by Representatives Fraser and Abel, et al, relating to the stealing of pets for research purposes and the missing and stolen pet registry.
HB 375, introduced by Representative Fraser, et al, relating to a tax credit for donations to sexual violence crisis service centers.
HB 376, introduced by Representatives Fraser and Liese, relating to equalization of local governmental services for certain property owners.
HB 377, introduced by Representative Fraser, et al, relating to public school teacher retirement.
HB 378, introduced by Representatives Fraser and Hosmer, et al, relating to time limitations for the prosecution of certain offenses.
HB 379, introduced by Representatives Reid, Wiggins, Shoemyer and Myers, et al, relating to free roaming wild elk.
HB 380, introduced by Representatives Hoppe and Hosmer, relating to sale of tobacco products to minors.
HB 381, introduced by Representatives Hoppe and Hosmer, relating to the sale of cigarettes.
HB 382, introduced by Representative Hoppe, relating to retail liquor licenses.
HB 383, introduced by Representatives Hoppe and Smith, relating to judicial department personnel.
HB 384, introduced by Representatives Johnson (61), Riback Wilson (25), Ladd Baker, Gambaro, Bray, Boucher and Johnson (90), relating to funding for department of health programs.
HB 385, introduced by Representative Franklin, relating to certain school retirement systems.
HB 386, introduced by Representative Franklin, relating to the public school retirement system.
HB 387, introduced by Representatives Gambaro, Johnson (61), Kennedy, Boykins and Fraser, relating to land development.
HB 388, introduced by Representatives Portwood, Bearden, Reid, Roark and Dempsey, relating to income taxation.
HB 389, introduced by Representatives Portwood, Dempsey and Bearden, relating to tax relief.
HB 390, introduced by Representatives Portwood, Bearden and Roark, relating to property taxation.
HB 391, introduced by Representative Bartle, for the purpose of repealing provisions of law declared to be unconstitutional.
HB 392, introduced by Representatives Campbell, Kelley (47), Jolly and Fares, relating to federally qualified health centers.
HB 393, introduced by Representative O'Toole, relating to termite inspectors.
HB 394, introduced by Representative O'Toole, relating to the St. Louis police department.
HB 395, introduced by Representative Skaggs, relating to teacher and school retirement systems.
HB 396, introduced by Representative Barry, relating to the regulation of certain medical personnel.
HB 397, introduced by Representative Skaggs, relating to late fees on self-service storage facilities.
HB 398, introduced by Representative Foley, relating to fire protection districts.
WITHDRAWAL OF HOUSE BILL
January 16, 2001
Mr. Ted Wedel, Chief Clerk
Missouri House of Representatives
Jefferson City, MO 65101
I respectfully request the withdrawal of House Bill 197, relating to city manager form of government.
Thank you for your assistance.
/s/ Wes Wagner
On motion of Representative Crump, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 17, 2001.
RULES, JOINT RULES, BILLS PERFECTED AND PRINTED
Wednesday, January 17, 2001, 1:30 pm. Hearing Room 7. AMENDED
To be considered - Executive Session - HR 5
TENTH DAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2001
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION FOR SECOND READING
HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING
HB 369 through HB 398
Missouri House of Representatives