Journal of the House



First Regular Session, 91st General Assembly


THIRTY-FOURTH DAY, Wednesday, February 28, 2001



Speaker Pro Tem Abel in the Chair.



Prayer by Reverend Rudy Beard.



Eternal God: we pause now to praise You for Your great goodness to us, and for mercies that fall like rain on the just and the unjust; for words that find us when we need the heart uplifted; for songs that Your love has taught the soul to sing; for coincidental happenings, which seen in retrospect, speak of Your gentle leading and care; for loving families and sturdy friends from whom we receive support and encouragement.



Keep this House in this special season, bless its members and staff and their families; to You be glory and honor. Amen.



The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.



The Journal of the thirty-third day was approved as corrected.



RESOLUTION



Representatives Purgason, Hohulin, Kelly (144), Wright, King, Long, Burton and Gaskill offered House Resolution No. 650.



HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED



House Resolution No. 648 - Representative Cooper

House Resolution No. 649 - Representative Davis

House Resolution No. 651 - Representative Kelley (47)

House Resolution No. 652 - Representative Hohulin



SECOND READING OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION



HCR 25 was read the second time.



SECOND READING OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION



HJR 17 was read the second time.







SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS



HB 881 through HB 890 were read the second time.



SECOND READING OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION



SCR 19 was read the second time.



SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS



SCS SB 186, SB 227 and SCS SB 382 were read the second time.



COMMITTEE REPORT



Committee on Rules, Joint Rules, and Bills Perfected and Printed, Chairman Crump reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, Joint Rules and Bills Perfected and Printed, to which was referred HCS HB 50 and HS HB 381, begs leave to report it has examined the same and finds them to be truly perfected and that the printed copies thereof furnished the members are correct.



THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS - CONSENT



HB 133, relating to abatement of derelict property, was taken up by Representative Gambaro.



On motion of Representative Gambaro, HB 133 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 152
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Burton Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Cierpiot Clayton Coleman
Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump
Cunningham Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan
Enz Fares Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Gambaro Gaskill George Graham
Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell
Hampton Hanaway Harding Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hickey
Hilgemann Hohulin Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Johnson 61 Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble Marsh May 149
Mayer Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Miller
Monaco Moore Murphy Myers Naeger
Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt
Phillips Portwood Purgason Ransdall Rector
Reinhart Relford Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway
Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross Scheve
Schwab Scott Secrest Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge
Surface Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe
Van Zandt Villa Vogel Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Ford Froelker Holand Kelly 36 Reid
Seigfreid Wagner
VACANCIES: 004


Speaker Pro Tem Abel declared the bill passed.



HB 48, relating to funeral directors and embalmers, was taken up by Representative Relford.



On motion of Representative Relford, HB 48 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 151
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner Boucher
Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt Burcham
Burton Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Clayton Coleman Cooper Copenhaver
Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls
Davis Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares
Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Froelker
Gambaro Gaskill George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Hanaway Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hilgemann Holand
Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer Hunter
Jetton Johnson 61 Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47
Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King
Koller Lawson Legan Levin Liese
Linton Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer
Luetkenhaus Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer
Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco
Moore Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor
O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood
Purgason Ransdall Rector Reid Reinhart
Relford Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo
Roark Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Secrest Selby Shelton Shields
Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge Surface
Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Vogel Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 003
Brooks Farnen Murphy
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005
Ballard Hickey Hohulin Seigfreid Wagner
VACANCIES: 004


Speaker Pro Tem Abel declared the bill passed.



HB 78, relating to immunity reporting, was taken up by Representative Kennedy.



On motion of Representative Kennedy, HB 78 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 149
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Burton Campbell Carnahan
Champion Cierpiot Clayton Coleman Cooper
Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham
Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan Enz
Fares Farnen Foley Fraser Gambaro
Gaskill George Graham Gratz Green 15
Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway
Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman
Henderson Hendrickson Hilgemann Hohulin Holand
Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer Hunter
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller Lawson
Legan Levin Liese Linton Lograsso
Long Lowe Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble
Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50 McKenna
Merideth Miller Monaco Moore Murphy
Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood Purgason
Ransdall Rector Reid Reinhart Relford
Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Roark
Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab Scott
Secrest Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer
Skaggs Smith St. Onge Surface Thompson
Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010
Byrd Ford Franklin Froelker Hickey
Johnson 61 King Seigfreid Wagner Walton
VACANCIES: 004


Speaker Pro Tem Abel declared the bill passed.



HB 262, relating to school records, was taken up by Representative Linton.



On motion of Representative Linton, HB 262 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 152
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Burton Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Cierpiot Clayton Coleman
Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump
Cunningham Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan
Enz Fares Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harding Harlan
Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hilgemann Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Johnson 61 Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Kennedy Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble Marsh May 149
Mayer Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Miller
Monaco Moore Murphy Myers Naeger
Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt
Portwood Purgason Ransdall Rector Reid
Reinhart Relford Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway
Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross Scheve
Schwab Scott Secrest Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge
Surface Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe
Van Zandt Villa Vogel Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Ford Hickey Hoppe King Phillips
Seigfreid Wagner
VACANCIES: 004


Speaker Pro Tem Abel declared the bill passed.



PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILLS



HB 287, relating to private jails, was taken up by Representative Williams.



Representative Williams offered HS HB 287.



Representative Williams offered House Amendment No. 1.



House Amendment No. 1



AMEND House Substitute for House Bill No. 287, Page 5, Section 1.(2), Line 1, by deleting the word "Jail" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "Correctional"; and



Further amend said bill, Page 5, Section 2., Line 5, by deleting the word "Jail" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "Correctional".



On motion of Representative Williams, House Amendment No. 1 was adopted.



Representative Relford offered House Amendment No. 2.



House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Substitute for House Bill No. 287, Page 1, In the Title, Lines 1 and 2, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following:



"To amend chapter 221, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to jails and jailers."; and



Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Lines 1 and 2, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following:



"Section A. Chapter 221, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto five new sections, to be known as sections 221.360, 221.363, 221.366, 221.369 and 221.407, to read as follows:"; and



Further amend said bill, Page 5, Section 221.369, Line 19, by inserting after all of said line the following:



"221.407. 1. The commission of any regional jail district, the jails of which are operated by member counties and not private authorities, may impose, by order, a sales tax in the amount of one-eighth of one percent, one-fourth of one percent, three-eighths of one percent or one-half of one percent on all retail sales made in such region which are subject to taxation pursuant to the provisions of sections 144.010 to 144.525, RSMo, for the purpose of providing jail services and court facilities and equipment for such region. The tax authorized by this section shall be in addition to any and all other sales taxes allowed by law, except that no order imposing a sales tax pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be effective unless the commission submits to the voters of the district, on any election date authorized in chapter 115, RSMo, a proposal to authorize the commission to impose a tax.

2. The ballot of submission shall contain, but need not be limited to, the following language:

Shall the regional jail district of ............... (counties' names) impose a region-wide sales tax of ....... (insert amount) for the purpose of providing jail services and court facilities and equipment for the region?

[ ] Yes [ ] No



If you are in favor of the question, place an "X" in the box opposite "Yes". If you are opposed to the question, place an "X" in the box opposite "No".



If a majority of the votes cast on the proposal by the qualified voters of the district voting thereon are in favor of the proposal, then the order and any amendment to such order shall be in effect on the first day of the second quarter immediately following the election approving the proposal. If the proposal receives less than the required majority, the commission shall have no power to impose the sales tax authorized pursuant to this section unless and until the commission shall again have submitted another proposal to authorize the commission to impose the sales tax authorized by this section and such proposal is approved by the required majority of the qualified voters of the district voting on such proposal; however, in no event shall a proposal pursuant to this section be submitted to the voters sooner than twelve months from the date of the last submission of a proposal pursuant to this section.

3. All revenue received by a district from the tax authorized pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be deposited in a special trust fund and shall be used solely for providing jail services and court facilities and equipment for such district for so long as the tax shall remain in effect.

4. Once the tax authorized by this section is abolished or terminated by any means, all funds remaining in the special trust fund shall be used solely for providing jail services and court facilities and equipment for the district. Any funds in such special trust fund which are not needed for current expenditures may be invested by the commission in accordance with applicable laws relating to the investment of other county funds.

5. All sales taxes collected by the director of revenue pursuant to this section on behalf of any district, less one percent for cost of collection which shall be deposited in the state's general revenue fund after payment of premiums for surety bonds as provided in section 32.087, RSMo, shall be deposited in a special trust fund, which is hereby created, to be know as the "Regional Jail District Sales Tax Trust Fund". The moneys in the regional jail district sales tax trust fund shall not be deemed to be state funds and shall not be commingled with any funds of the state. The director of revenue shall keep accurate records of the amount of money in the trust fund which was collected in each district imposing a sales tax pursuant to this section, and the records shall be open to the inspection of officers of each member county and the public. Not later than the tenth day of each month the director of revenue shall distribute all moneys deposited in the trust fund during the preceding month to the district which levied the tax. Such funds shall be deposited with the treasurer of each such district, and all expenditures of funds arising from the regional jail district sales tax trust fund shall be paid pursuant to an appropriation adopted by the commission and shall be approved by the commission. Expenditures may be made from the fund for any function authorized in the order adopted by the commission submitting the regional jail district tax to the voters.

6. The director of revenue may authorize the state treasurer to make refunds from the amounts in the trust fund and credited to any district for erroneous payments and overpayments made, and may redeem dishonored checks and drafts deposited to the credit of such districts. If any district abolishes the tax, the commission shall notify the director of revenue of the action at least ninety days prior to the effective date of the repeal and the director of revenue may order retention in the trust fund, for a period of one year, of two percent of the amount collected after receipt of such notice to cover possible refunds or overpayment of the tax and to redeem dishonored checks and drafts deposited to the credit of such accounts. After one year has elapsed after the effective date of abolition of the tax in such district, the director of revenue shall remit the balance in the account to the district and close the account of that district. The director of revenue shall notify each district in each instance of any amount refunded or any check redeemed from receipts due the district.



7. Except as provided in this section, all provisions of sections 32.085 and 32.087, RSMo, shall apply to the tax imposed pursuant to this section.

8. The provisions of this section shall expire August 28, 2015."; and



Further amend said title, enacting clause and intersectional references accordingly.



On motion of Representative Relford, House Amendment No. 2 was adopted.



Representative Reynolds offered House Amendment No. 3.



House Amendment No. 3



AMEND House Substitute for House Bill No. 287, Page 50, Section 221.369, by inserting immediately after said section the following:



"Section 1. Except for private facilities in operation on or before August 28, 2001, no public funds shall be used to pay any private entity to manage, staff, or otherwise control the operations and maintenance of any private jail or prison within this state."; and



Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.



Representative Reynolds moved that House Amendment No. 3 be adopted.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 036
Baker Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Brooks Campbell Coleman Curls George
Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Harding Haywood
Hendrickson Hilgemann Hoppe Hosmer Johnson 90
Jolly Kelly 27 Lowe McKenna Monaco
Murphy Reynolds Thompson Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Walton Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 107
Abel Ballard Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Boatright Bonner Britt
Burcham Burton Byrd Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Clayton Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Cunningham Davis Dempsey
Dolan Enz Fares Farnen Franklin
Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill Graham
Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Hegeman
Henderson Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hunter Jetton Johnson 61 Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller Lawson Legan
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
Merideth Miller Moore Myers Naeger
Nordwald Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood
Purgason Ransdall Rector Reinhart Richardson
Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross
Schwab Scott Secrest Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge
Surface Townley Treadway Ward Wiggins
Williams Wright
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 016
Foley Ford Harlan Hartzler Hickey
King Levin Luetkenhaus O'Connor O'Toole
Reid Relford Scheve Seigfreid Vogel
Wagner
VACANCIES: 004


Representative Ladd Baker offered House Amendment No. 4.



Representative Crump raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 4 is not germane to the bill.



The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.



Representative Troupe offered House Amendment No. 4.



House Amendment No. 4



AMEND House Substitute for House Bill No. 287, Page 5, Section 221.369, Line 19, by inserting at the end of said line the following:



"(4) House persons charged with or ever convicted of a violent offense or who displays violent behavior while incarcerated in the same cell with persons charged with or convicted of a nonviolent offense who remains nonviolent while incarcerated. Nonviolent offenders who remain nonviolent during incarceration should not be housed in the same cell with an inmate who is violent either by offense or behavior while incarcerated.".



Representative Relford raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 4 goes beyond the scope of the bill.



The Chair ruled the point of order not well taken.



Representative Troupe moved that House Amendment No. 4 be adopted.



Which motion was defeated.



On motion of Representative Williams, HS HB 287, as amended, was adopted.



On motion of Representative Williams, HS HB 287, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.



HCS HB 26, relating to loan repayment assistance for teachers, was taken up by Representative Wilson (42).



Representative Wilson (42) offered House Amendment No. 1.



House Amendment No. 1



AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 26, Page 2, Section 168.610, Lines 35 and 36, by deleting the words "Missouri higher education savings program board established in section 166.415, RSMo," and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "coordinating board for higher education".



Representative Villa assumed the Chair.



On motion of Representative Wilson (42), House Amendment No. 1 was adopted.



Representative Reid offered House Amendment No. 2.



House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 26, Page 1, Section 2, Line 15, by deleting the word "2.50" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "2.80".



On motion of Representative Reid, House Amendment No. 2 was adopted.



HCS HB 26, as amended, was laid over.



Representative Abel resumed the Chair.



REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILL



The following House Bill was referred to the Committee indicated:



HCS HB 50 - Fiscal Review and Government Reform (Fiscal Note)



COMMITTEE REPORTS



Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, Chairman Gratz reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 409, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 452, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 502, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 600, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 779, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Miscellaneous Bills & Resolutions, Chairman O'Toole reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Miscellaneous Bills & Resolutions, to which was referred HB 185, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS



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



HB 891, introduced by Representative Smith, relating to disclosure of health information.



HB 892, introduced by Representative Sanders Brooks, relating to sanitation in food establishments.



HB 893, introduced by Representatives Hilgemann and Gambaro, relating to motor vehicles license plates.



HB 894, introduced by Representatives Johnson (61) and Portwood, relating to prostate cancer screening.



HB 895, introduced by Representatives Naeger, Reinhart, Bearden, Dempsey, Levin, Gaskill and Nordwald, et al, relating to small claims court procedure.



HB 896, introduced by Representatives Fraser and Levin, relating to automobile insurance discounts for persons fifty-five years of age and older.



HB 897, introduced by Representatives Kreider, Hanaway, Levin, Kelly (144), Bartelsmeyer, Foley and Holt, et al, relating to motor vehicle records.



HB 898, introduced by Representatives Hilgemann, Hendrickson and Campbell, relating to the uniform planned community act.



HB 899, introduced by Representatives Gratz, Nordwald and Merideth, relating to licensing of auctioneers.



HB 900, introduced by Representative Ward, relating to surplus lines insurance.



HB 901, introduced by Representatives Riback Wilson (25) and Campbell, et al, relating to the death penalty.



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 passed SCS SB 287, entitled:



An act to repeal section 32.056, RSMo 2000, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to certain peace officers.



In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.



Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and passed SCS SB 344, entitled:



An act to repeal section 375.1220, RSMo 2000, relating to insurer liquidation law, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with a termination date and an emergency clause.



Emergency clause adopted.



In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.



The following member's presence was noted: Wagner.



ADJOURNMENT



On motion of Representative Crump, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 1, 2001.



CORRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL



Correct House Journal, Thirty-third Day, Tuesday, February 27, 2001, pages 499 and 500, roll call, by showing Representative Champion voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 510 and 511, roll call, by showing Representatives Crawford and Kelley (47) voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



COMMITTEE MEETINGS



APPROPRIATIONS - TRANSPORTATION

Wednesday, March 7, 2001, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 7.

Presentations on funding formulas.



BUDGET

Thursday, March 1, 2001. Hearing Room 3 upon morning adjournment.

To be considered - HB 11, HB 12





CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND HEALTH

Thursday, March 1, 2001. Hearing Room 5 upon adjournment.

Executive Session.



ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY

Thursday, March 1, 2001, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 5.

To be considered - HB 437, HB 438, HB 721, Executive Session - HB 296,

Executive Session - HB 597



ETHICS

Thursday, March 1, 2001. Northeast side gallery upon adjournment.

Approval of Caucus.



JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

Thursday, March 1, 2001, 9:00 am. Room 331.

Organizational meeting.



JUDICIARY

Tuesday, March 6, 2001, 3:00 pm. Hearing Room 5.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - HB 525, HB 589, HB 677, HB 846



MISCELLANEOUS BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

Thursday, March 1, 2001, 9:30 am. Hearing Room 3.

To be considered - Executive Session - HB 444, Executive Session - HB 555,

Executive Session - HJR 1, Executive Session - HJR 8



SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SPORTSMANSHIP, SAFETY AND FIREARMS

Tuesday, March 6, 2001. Hearing Room 7 upon adjournment.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - HB 28, HB 33, HB 258, HB 853



URBAN AFFAIRS

Tuesday, March 6, 2001, 5:00 pm. Hearing Room 1.

To be considered - HB 760, HB 783



UTILITIES REGULATION

Thursday, March 1, 2001, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 6.

Executive Session to follow.

To be considered - HB 676



WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

Monday, March 5, 2001. Hearing Room 6 upon evening adjournment.

To be considered - Executive Session - HB 445, Executive Session - HB 446



HOUSE CALENDAR



THIRTY-FIFTH DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2001



HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING

HB 881 through HB 901



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

1 HCS HB 26, as amended, - Wilson (42)

2 HCS HB 194 - Hosmer

3 HB 166 - Troupe

4 HB 218 - Farnen

5 HB 114 - Hickey

6 HB 421 - Graham

7 HCS HB 265 & 369 - Hosmer

8 HCS HB 237, 270, 403 & 442 - Smith

9 HCS HB 425 - O'Toole



HOUSE BILL FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL

HCS HB 113 - Hickey



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - CONSENT



(February 26, 2001)



1 HB 801 - Liese

2 HB 309 - McKenna

3 HB 111 - Ladd Baker

4 HB 126 - Long

5 HB 431 - Barry

6 HB 202 - Rizzo

7 HB 129 - Van Zandt

8 HB 157 - Hosmer



HOUSE BILL FOR THIRD READING - APPROPRIATIONS

HCS HB 15 - Green (73)



HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING

1 HCS HB 144 & 46 - Bonner

2 HS HCS HB 328 & 88 - Harlan

3 HCS HB 207, E.C. - Ross

4 HCS HB 567 - Treadway







5 HCS HB 241 - Smith

6 HB 80, (Fiscal Review 2-27-01) - Ross

7 HCS HB 50, E.C. - Relford (Fiscal Review 2-28-01)

8 HS HB 381 - Hoppe



SENATE BILLS FOR SECOND READING

1 SCS SB 287

2 SCS SB 344


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