Journal of the House



First Regular Session, 91st General Assembly


FORTY-THIRD DAY, Thursday, March 15, 2001



Speaker Kreider in the Chair.



Prayer by Reverend Rudy Beard.



Gracious God, as our heads are bowed, may our hearts and minds be open to Your Spirit. Forgive us for worrying so often and praying so seldom. Forgive us, so helpless without You, yet so unwilling to seek Your help. Bless the men and women of this House, grant to them renewal and rest in the coming week and safe travel home. Keep their families in Your love, and bless the Irish in us all. To You be glory and honor. Amen.



The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.



The Speaker appointed the following to act as Honorary Pages for the Day, to serve without compensation: Jennifer Edgington, Jocelyn Nebel, Ryan Koch, Leslie Hughes, Michelle Wooledge, Sam Brotherton, Melton Williams, Susie Becher, Paige Pryor, Brooke Pryor, Erica Pryor, and Kelsey Aldrich Freebing.



The Journal of the forty-second day was approved as corrected.



HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED



House Resolution No. 935 - Representative Bray

House Resolution No. 936

and

House Resolution No. 937 - Representative Relford

House Resolution No. 938 - Representative Rizzo

House Resolution No. 939

and

House Resolution No. 940 - Representative Hollingsworth

House Resolution No. 941 - Representative Williams

House Resolution No. 942 - Representative Jolly

House Resolution No. 943

and

House Resolution No. 944 - Representatives Phillips and Harding

House Resolution No. 945 - Representative Bartle

House Resolution No. 946 - Representative Scott

House Resolution No. 947

and

House Resolution No. 948 - Representative McKenna

House Resolution No. 949 - Representative Crawford

House Resolution No. 950

through

House Resolution No. 952 - Representative Hosmer

House Resolution No. 953 - Representative Smith

House Resolution No. 954 - Representative Green (73)

House Resolution No. 955 - Representative Hosmer

House Resolution No. 956 - Representative Vogel

House Resolution No. 957 - Representatives Vogel and Gratz

House Resolution No. 958 - Representative Boucher



SECOND READING OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION



HJR 21 was read the second time.



SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS



HB 974 through HB 987 were read the second time.



SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILL - APPROPRIATIONS



HB 18 was read the second time.



SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS



SB 76, SB 135, SB 200 and SB 422 were read the second time.



COMMITTEE REPORTS



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 HB 314, HB 453, HB 501, HCS HBs 754, 29, 300 & 505 and HS HCS HB 762, 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.



Committee on Fiscal Review and Government Reform, Chairman Hollingsworth reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Fiscal Review and Government Reform, to which was referred HS HCS HB 107 (Fiscal Note), begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.







Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Fiscal Review and Government Reform, to which was referred HB 166 (Fiscal Note), begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS



HB 1, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Bonner.



On motion of Representative Bonner, HB 1 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 Bland Boatright
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Cierpiot Coleman Cooper
Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham
Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan Enz
Fares Farnen 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
Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer 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 Ridgeway Rizzo Roark
Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab Scott
Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields
Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge Surface
Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 001
Hunter
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Kelly 36 Luetkenhaus
Reynolds Richardson
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 2, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Green (73).



On motion of Representative Green (73), HCS HB 2 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 144
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Bonner Boucher
Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks
Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Curls Davis Dempsey
Dolan Enz Fares Farnen Foley
Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro Gaskill
George Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73
Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Harlan
Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hoppe Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer
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
Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds
Ross Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith Surface Thompson Townley Treadway
Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner
Walton Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 011
Bartelsmeyer Boatright Cunningham Froelker Hanaway
Hohulin Hunter Linton Murphy Scheve
St. Onge
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.

Representative Legan assumed the Chair.



HCS HB 3, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Green (73).



On motion of Representative Green (73), HCS HB 3 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 141
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Black Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman
Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks Burcham
Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion Cierpiot
Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell
Crump Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan
Enz Fares Farnen Foley Ford
Franklin Fraser Gambaro Gaskill George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann
Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller Lawson
Legan Liese Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer 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 Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Roark
Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab Scott
Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields
Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface Thompson
Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 009
Boatright Cunningham Froelker Hanaway Hohulin
Hunter Linton Murphy St. Onge
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010
Ballard Berkstresser Burton Clayton Harlan
Johnson 61 Kelly 27 Levin Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 4, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Bonner.

On motion of Representative Bonner, HCS HB 4 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:



AYES: 139
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Bonner Boucher
Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks
Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Coleman Copenhaver Crawford Crowell
Crump Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan
Enz Fares Farnen Foley Ford
Franklin Fraser Gambaro Gaskill George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann
Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller
Lawson Legan Levin Liese Linton
Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer Marble
Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50 McKenna
Merideth Miller Monaco Moore Myers
Naeger O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt
Phillips Portwood Ransdall Reid Reinhart
Relford Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Robirds
Ross Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest
Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer
Skaggs Smith St. Onge Surface Thompson
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Williams
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
NOES: 016
Bartelsmeyer Boatright Cooper Cunningham Froelker
Hanaway Henderson Hohulin Hunter Murphy
Nordwald Purgason Rector Roark Townley
Wright
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 5, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Bonner.



On motion of Representative Bonner, HCS HB 5 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 110
Abel Baker Barnett Barry 100 Bartle
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Campbell Carnahan Champion Coleman
Copenhaver Crump Curls Davis Dolan
Fares Farnen Foley Ford Franklin
Fraser Gambaro George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman
Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hoppe Hosmer Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller Lawson
Legan Levin Liese Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Marsh Mayer Mays 50 McKenna
Merideth Monaco Myers O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Portwood Ransdall Relford
Richardson Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve
Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby
Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Surface
Thompson Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
NOES: 043
Ballard Barnitz Bartelsmeyer Bearden Behnen
Boatright Burcham Cierpiot Cooper Crawford
Crowell Cunningham Dempsey Enz Froelker
Gaskill Hanaway Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin
Hunter Jetton Kelly 144 King Linton
Lograsso Marble May 149 Miller Moore
Naeger Nordwald Phillips Purgason Rector
Reid Reinhart Ridgeway Roark Smith
St. Onge Townley Wright
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Burton Byrd Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus
Murphy Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 6, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Ransdall.



On motion of Representative Ransdall, HCS HB 6 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 135
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Campbell Carnahan Champion
Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell
Crump Curls Davis Dolan Fares
Farnen Foley Ford Franklin Fraser
Gambaro Gaskill George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding
Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Hickey
Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe
Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47
Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King
Koller Lawson Legan Levin Liese
Linton Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Moore
Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Ransdall Rector Reid
Reinhart Relford Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo
Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab Scott
Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields
Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface Thompson
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Williams
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 020
Bartelsmeyer Byrd Cierpiot Cunningham Dempsey
Enz Froelker Griesheimer Hanaway Henderson
Hendrickson Hohulin Hunter Murphy Phillips
Portwood Purgason Roark St. Onge Townley
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS



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



On motion of Representative Wilson (42), HCS HB 26 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 117
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser
Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins
Bray 84 Britt Brooks Burcham Campbell
Carnahan Champion Coleman Copenhaver Crawford
Crump Curls Davis Dolan Fares
Farnen Foley Ford Franklin Fraser
Froelker Gambaro George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Hanaway Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller
Lawson Levin Liese Lograsso Long
Lowe Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Moore
O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Purgason Ransdall
Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson Rizzo
Ross Scheve Schwab Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith Surface Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 035
Ballard Bearden Black Boatright Byrd
Cierpiot Cooper Crowell Cunningham Dempsey
Enz Gaskill Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin
Holand Holt Hosmer Hunter Legan
Linton Luetkemeyer Marble Murphy Myers
Nordwald Phillips Portwood Rector Ridgeway
Roark Robirds Scott St. Onge Townley
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Naeger
Ostmann Reynolds Thompson
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



HS HCS HB 425, relating to underground facility safety, was taken up by Representative O'Toole.



On motion of Representative O'Toole, HS HCS HB 425 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 099
Abel Baker Barry 100 Bartle Bearden
Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins
Bray 84 Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Coleman Cunningham Curls
Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares Foley
Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hanaway Harding Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy Lawson Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Marsh Mays 50 McKenna Monaco Nordwald
O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips
Portwood Rector Reid Reinhart Ridgeway
Ross Scheve Schwab Secrest Selby
Shelton Shields Skaggs St. Onge Thompson
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 053
Ballard Barnett Barnitz Bartelsmeyer Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Boatright Britt
Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump
Davis Farnen Froelker Gaskill Hampton
Hegeman Henderson Hohulin Hunter Jetton
Kelly 144 Kelly 36 King Koller Legan
Luetkemeyer May 149 Mayer Merideth Miller
Moore Murphy Myers Naeger Purgason
Ransdall Relford Richardson Rizzo Roark
Robirds Scott Seigfreid Shoemyer Smith
Surface Townley Wiggins
PRESENT: 002
Hendrickson Marble
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus
Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Legan declared the bill passed.



Speaker Kreider resumed the Chair.



HCS HB 738, relating to small loans, was taken up by Representative Liese.



On motion of Representative Liese, HCS HB 738 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 153
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Coleman Cooper Copenhaver
Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls
Davis Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares
Farnen 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 Hickey
Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer 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 Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo
Roark Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge
Surface Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe
Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner Walton
Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25
Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Hohulin Johnson 61
Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HS HCS HB 107, relating to tort victims' compensation fund, was taken up by Representative Monaco.



On motion of Representative Monaco, HS HCS HB 107 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 151
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Coleman Cooper Copenhaver
Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls
Davis Dempsey Enz Fares Farnen
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 Hickey Hilgemann
Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer
Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco
Moore Murphy Myers Naeger O'Connor
O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood
Purgason Ransdall Rector Reid Reinhart
Relford Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Roark
Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab Scott
Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields
Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface Thompson
Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 002
Nordwald St. Onge
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Dolan Johnson 61
Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HB 166, relating to minority teaching scholarships, was taken up by Representative Troupe.



On motion of Representative Troupe, HB 166 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 141
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan
Champion Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls Davis
Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares Farnen
Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Froelker
Gambaro Gaskill George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Hanaway Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann Holand
Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe Hosmer Jetton
Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27
Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller Lawson
Legan Levin Liese Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Moore
Murphy Myers Naeger O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood Purgason
Ransdall Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson
Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface
Thompson Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 013
Ballard Henderson Hohulin Hunter Linton
Lograsso Marble Nordwald Rector Ridgeway
Roark St. Onge Townley
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus
Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HB 185, relating to building regulations, was taken up by Representative Legan.



On motion of Representative Legan, HB 185 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 147
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell
Carnahan Champion Clayton Coleman Cooper
Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump Cunningham
Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan Enz
Fares Farnen 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
Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Holt Hoppe
Hosmer Hunter Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King
Koller Lawson Legan Levin Liese
Linton Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer
Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50 McKenna
Merideth Miller Monaco Moore Murphy
Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Portwood Ransdall
Rector Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson
Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross
Schwab Scott Secrest Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith St. Onge
Surface Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 004
Hohulin Kelly 144 Marble Purgason
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 009
Burton Cierpiot Holand Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus
Reynolds Scheve Seigfreid Van Zandt
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HB 249, relating to amusement machine operators, was taken up by Representative Treadway.



On motion of Representative Treadway, HB 249 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:











AYES: 117
Abel Baker Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Brooks Burcham Campbell Carnahan
Champion Coleman Copenhaver Crowell Crump
Cunningham Curls Davis Dempsey Dolan
Fares Farnen Foley Ford Franklin
Fraser Gambaro George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman
Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
Koller Lawson Legan Liese Linton
Long Lowe Luetkemeyer Marsh May 149
Mayer Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Monaco
Murphy Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor
O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Portwood Ransdall
Reid Relford Richardson Rizzo Robirds
Ross Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Thompson
Treadway Troupe Villa Vogel Wagner
Walton Ward Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 032
Ballard Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Boatright
Cooper Crawford Enz Froelker Gaskill
Hanaway Henderson Hendrickson Hunter Kelly 144
King Levin Marble Miller Moore
Phillips Purgason Rector Reinhart Ridgeway
Roark Seigfreid Skaggs Smith Surface
Townley Williams
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011
Burton Byrd Cierpiot Clayton Johnson 61
Lograsso Luetkenhaus Reynolds St. Onge Van Zandt
Wiggins
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 334, relating to calculated levy for school aid, was taken up by Representative Davis.



On motion of Representative Davis, HCS HB 334 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 135
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan
Champion Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crump Curls Davis Dolan Fares
Farnen Foley Ford Franklin Fraser
Froelker Gaskill George Graham Gratz
Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton
Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman
Henderson Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Hunter Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Kennedy King Koller Lawson Legan
Levin Liese Long Lowe Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Moore
Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Phillips Purgason Ransdall
Rector Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson
Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross
Schwab Scott Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface
Thompson Townley Troupe Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Williams
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 015
Crowell Cunningham Dempsey Enz Gambaro
Hanaway Hendrickson Hohulin Jetton Linton
Murphy Portwood Scheve Secrest Treadway
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010
Barry 100 Burton Cierpiot Clayton Johnson 61
Lograsso Luetkenhaus Reynolds St. Onge Van Zandt
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



HB 473, relating to noxious weeds, was taken up by Representative Robirds.



On motion of Representative Robirds, HB 473 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:









AYES: 150
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright
Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84
Britt Burcham Campbell Carnahan Champion
Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell
Crump Cunningham Curls Davis Dempsey
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
Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Hunter Jetton
Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kelly 27
Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller Lawson
Legan Levin Liese Linton Lograsso
Long Lowe Luetkemeyer 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 Richardson
Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross
Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Williams
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 000
PRESENT: 001
Brooks
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 009
Burton Byrd Cierpiot Clayton Dolan
Ford Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Speaker Kreider declared the bill passed.



Representative Green (73) assumed the Chair.



HB 321, relating to taxation for public mass transportation, was taken up by Representative Skaggs.



On motion of Representative Skaggs, HB 321 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 121
Abel Baker Barnett Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser
Black Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman
Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks Campbell
Carnahan Champion Coleman Copenhaver Crawford
Crump Cunningham Curls Davis Dolan
Enz Fares Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill George
Graham Gratz Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell
Hampton Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller
Lawson Legan Levin Liese Long
Lowe Luetkemeyer Marsh May 149 Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Moore
Myers Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann
Overschmidt Phillips Ransdall Rector Reinhart
Relford Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve
Schwab Scott Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Skaggs Smith Surface
Thompson Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa
Vogel Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 031
Ballard Barnitz Boatright Burcham Byrd
Cooper Crowell Dempsey Hanaway Henderson
Hendrickson Hohulin Hunter Jetton Kelly 144
King Linton Lograsso Marble Mayer
Murphy Naeger Portwood Purgason Reid
Richardson Ridgeway Roark Secrest St. Onge
Townley
PRESENT: 001
Green 15
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Ford Johnson 61
Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Green (73) declared the bill passed.



HS HB 421, relating to intoxication torts, was taken up by Representative Hoppe.



On motion of Representative Hoppe, HS HB 421 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 126
Abel Ballard Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bowman
Boykins Burcham Campbell Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls Davis
Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares Farnen
Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann
Hohulin Holand Holt Hoppe Hunter
Jetton Kelley 47 Kelly 144 Kennedy King
Koller Legan Levin Liese Linton
Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer Marble
Marsh May 149 Mays 50 McKenna Merideth
Miller Moore Murphy Myers Naeger
Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt
Phillips Portwood Purgason Ransdall Rector
Reid Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo
Roark Robirds Ross Schwab Scott
Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shields Shoemyer
Skaggs St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Wright
Mr. Speaker
NOES: 024
Baker Bonner Boucher Bray 84 Britt
Foley Franklin Harding Harlan Hollingsworth
Hosmer Johnson 90 Jolly Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Monaco Relford Scheve Shelton Smith
Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
PRESENT: 001
Brooks
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 009
Burton Byrd Clayton Ford Johnson 61
Lawson Luetkenhaus Mayer Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Green (73) declared the bill passed.



HB 444, relating to criminal activity forfeiture act, was taken up by Representative Kreider.



On motion of Representative Kreider, HB 444 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 138
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen
Berkowitz Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan
Champion Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Cunningham Curls Davis
Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro
Gaskill George Graham Green 15 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harding Harlan
Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hoppe Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47
Kelly 144 Kennedy King Koller Legan
Levin Liese Lograsso Lowe Luetkemeyer
Marble Marsh May 149 Mayer McKenna
Merideth Miller Monaco Moore Myers
Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann
Overschmidt Phillips Purgason Ransdall Rector
Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson Ridgeway
Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross Scheve
Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby
Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs St. Onge
Surface Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe
Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner Walton
Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25
Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 008
Gratz Hohulin Hosmer Hunter Kelly 27
Kelly 36 Murphy Smith
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 014
Berkstresser Burton Cierpiot Clayton Ford
Green 73 Johnson 61 Lawson Linton Long
Luetkenhaus Mays 50 Portwood Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Green (73) declared the bill passed.



Speaker Kreider resumed the Chair.



Representative Villa assumed the Chair.



HB 453, relating to environmental commissions, was taken up by Representative Ransdall.



On motion of Representative Ransdall, HB 453 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 129
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion
Coleman Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump
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 Hickey Hilgemann Holand
Hollingsworth Holt Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
King Koller Legan Liese Linton
Long Lowe Marble Marsh May 149
Mayer Mays 50 McKenna Merideth Miller
Monaco Myers Naeger O'Connor O'Toole
Ostmann Overschmidt Portwood Ransdall Reid
Reinhart Relford Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo
Ross Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest
Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer
Skaggs Smith Surface Thompson Treadway
Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner
Walton Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 019
Bearden Cooper Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin
Hunter Kelly 144 Levin Luetkemeyer Moore
Murphy Nordwald Phillips Purgason Rector
Roark Robirds St. Onge Townley
PRESENT: 002
Brooks Cunningham
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010
Burton Cierpiot Clayton Ford Hoppe
Johnson 61 Lawson Lograsso Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS



HCS HB 7, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Ransdall.



On motion of Representative Ransdall, HCS HB 7 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 145
Abel Ballard Barnett Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Boatright Bonner
Boucher Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt
Brooks Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan
Champion Cierpiot Coleman Cooper Copenhaver
Crawford Crowell Crump Curls Davis
Dempsey Dolan Enz Fares Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Gambaro Gaskill
George Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73
Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Harlan
Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson
Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt
Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47
Kelly 144 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King
Koller Legan Levin Liese Linton
Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer 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
Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Robirds Ross
Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Skaggs
Smith St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley
Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel
Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins Williams
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 006
Cunningham Froelker Hanaway Hohulin Hunter
Roark
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 009
Baker Burton Clayton Ford Hoppe
Johnson 61 Lawson Luetkenhaus Reynolds
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 8, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Kelly (27).



On motion of Representative Kelly (27), HCS HB 8 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 144
Abel Ballard Barnitz Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser
Black Bland Boatright Bonner Boucher
Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks
Burcham Byrd Campbell Carnahan Champion
Cierpiot Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Curls Davis Dempsey
Dolan Enz Fares Farnen Foley
Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Henderson Hendrickson Hickey
Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth Holt Hosmer
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller
Lawson Legan Levin Liese Linton
Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer 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 Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson
Ridgeway Rizzo Roark Robirds Ross
Scheve Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid
Selby Shelton Shields Shoemyer Smith
St. Onge Surface Thompson Townley Treadway
Troupe Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner
Walton Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 005
Barnett Cunningham Hanaway Hunter Rector
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011
Baker Burton Clayton Ford George
Hohulin Hoppe Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
Skaggs
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 9, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Kelly (27).



On motion of Representative Kelly (27), HCS HB 9 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 135
Abel Ballard Barnett Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer
Bartle Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser Black
Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman Boykins
Bray 84 Britt Brooks Burcham Byrd
Campbell Carnahan Champion Cierpiot Coleman
Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump
Curls Davis Dolan Enz Fares
Farnen Foley Franklin Fraser Gambaro
Gaskill George Graham Gratz Green 15
Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding
Harlan Hartzler Haywood Hegeman Henderson
Hendrickson Hilgemann Holand Holt Hosmer
Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 144
Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy King Koller
Lawson Legan Levin Liese Linton
Lograsso Long Lowe Luetkemeyer Marsh
May 149 Mayer Mays 50 McKenna Merideth
Miller Moore Murphy Myers Naeger
Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt
Phillips Portwood Purgason Ransdall Rector
Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson Ridgeway
Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Smith St. Onge Surface
Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Wiggins
Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 012
Barnitz Bearden Boatright Cunningham Dempsey
Froelker Hanaway Hohulin Hunter Marble
Roark Ward
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 013
Baker Burton Clayton Ford Hickey
Hollingsworth Hoppe Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Monaco
Reynolds Skaggs Williams
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 10, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Riback Wilson (25).



On motion of Representative Riback Wilson (25), HCS HB 10 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 137
Abel Baker Ballard Barnitz Barry 100
Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bearden Behnen Berkowitz
Berkstresser Black Bland Bonner Boucher
Bowman Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks
Burcham Campbell Carnahan Champion Cierpiot
Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford Crowell
Crump Cunningham Curls Davis Dempsey
Dolan Enz Farnen Foley Franklin
Fraser Gambaro Gaskill George Graham
Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell
Hampton Harding Harlan Hartzler Haywood
Hegeman Hendrickson Hilgemann Hohulin Holand
Holt Hoppe Hosmer Jetton Johnson 90
Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy
King Koller Lawson Legan Levin
Liese Linton Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Moore Murphy Myers
Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann
Overschmidt Phillips Portwood Purgason Ransdall
Reid Reinhart Relford Richardson Ridgeway
Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton
Shields Shoemyer Smith St. Onge Surface
Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Vogel Wagner Walton Ward
Wiggins Williams Willoughby Wilson 25 Wilson 42
Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 009
Boatright Byrd Froelker Hanaway Hunter
Kelly 144 Marble Rector Roark
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 014
Barnett Burton Clayton Fares Ford
Henderson Hickey Hollingsworth Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus
Miller Monaco Reynolds Skaggs
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 11, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Troupe.



On motion of Representative Troupe, HCS HB 11 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:







AYES: 123
Abel Baker Ballard Barnett Barnitz
Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Behnen Berkowitz Berkstresser
Black Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman
Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks Burcham
Campbell Carnahan Champion Cierpiot Coleman
Copenhaver Crawford Crowell Crump Curls
Davis Dolan Enz Fares Farnen
Foley Franklin Fraser Gambaro George
Graham Gratz Green 15 Green 73 Griesheimer
Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harding Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann
Holand Holt Hoppe Hosmer Jetton
Johnson 90 Jolly Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36
Kennedy King Koller Lawson Legan
Levin Liese Lograsso Long Lowe
Luetkemeyer Marsh May 149 Mayer Mays 50
McKenna Merideth Miller Moore Myers
Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann
Overschmidt Portwood Ransdall Reinhart Relford
Richardson Ridgeway Rizzo Robirds Ross
Scheve Schwab Scott Seigfreid Selby
Shelton Shields Smith Thompson Townley
Treadway Van Zandt Villa Vogel Wagner
Walton Ward Wiggins Williams Willoughby
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker
NOES: 026
Bartle Bearden Boatright Byrd Cooper
Cunningham Dempsey Froelker Gaskill Hanaway
Henderson Hohulin Hunter Kelly 144 Linton
Marble Murphy Phillips Purgason Rector
Reid Roark Secrest St. Onge Surface
Wright
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011
Burton Clayton Ford Hollingsworth Johnson 61
Luetkenhaus Monaco Reynolds Shoemyer Skaggs
Troupe
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



HCS HB 12, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Bonner.



On motion of Representative Bonner, HCS HB 12 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:





AYES: 094
Abel Baker Barnett Barry 100 Bearden
Berkowitz Bland Bonner Boucher Bowman
Boykins Bray 84 Britt Brooks Campbell
Carnahan Coleman Cooper Copenhaver Crawford
Crowell Crump Curls Davis Fares
Farnen Foley Ford Franklin Fraser
Gambaro George Graham Gratz Green 73
Griesheimer Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harlan Hartzler
Haywood Hegeman Hickey Hilgemann Holand
Hollingsworth Hoppe Jetton Johnson 90 Jolly
Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kelly 36 Kennedy Koller
Lawson Legan Liese Lowe Luetkemeyer
May 149 Mayer McKenna Moore Myers
O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Ransdall
Relford Rizzo Ross Scheve Schwab
Scott Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields
Thompson Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt
Villa Wagner Walton Ward Wiggins
Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker
NOES: 060
Ballard Barnitz Bartelsmeyer Bartle Behnen
Berkstresser Black Boatright Burcham Byrd
Champion Cierpiot Cunningham Dempsey Dolan
Enz Froelker Gaskill Green 15 Hanaway
Harding Henderson Hendrickson Hohulin Holt
Hosmer Hunter Kelly 144 King Levin
Linton Lograsso Long Marble Marsh
Mays 50 Merideth Miller Monaco Murphy
Naeger Nordwald Phillips Portwood Purgason
Rector Reid Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway
Roark Robirds Secrest Shoemyer Smith
St. Onge Surface Vogel Williams Willoughby
PRESENT: 000
ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006
Burton Clayton Johnson 61 Luetkenhaus Reynolds
Skaggs
VACANCIES: 003


Representative Villa declared the bill passed.



REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILL - APPROPRIATIONS



The following House Bill was referred to the Committee indicated:



HB 18 - Budget







REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILLS



The following House Bills were referred to the Committee indicated:



HB 314 - Fiscal Review and Government Reform (Fiscal Note)

HB 501 - Fiscal Review and Government Reform (Fiscal Note)

HCS HBs 754, 29, 300 & 505 - Fiscal Review and Government Reform (Fiscal Note)

HS HCS HB 762 - Fiscal Review and Government Reform (Fiscal Note)

HB 981 - Judiciary



COMMITTEE REPORTS



Committee on Agriculture, Chairman Wiggins reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Agriculture, to which was referred HB 904, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Banks and Financial Institutions, Chairman Liese reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Banks and Financial Institutions, to which was referred HB 736, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Children, Families and Health, Chairman Barry reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Children, Families and Health, to which was referred HB 106, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Children, Families and Health, to which was referred HB 824, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Committee on Civil and Administrative Law, Chairman Smith reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Civil and Administrative Law, to which was referred HB 891, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Civil and Administrative Law, to which was referred HB 915, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, Chairman Gratz reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Correctional and State Institutions, to which was referred HB 402, 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 909, 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 951, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Criminal Law, Chairman Hosmer reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Criminal Law, to which was referred HB 349, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Criminal Law, to which was referred HB 471, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Criminal Law, to which was referred HB 533 and HB 724, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Criminal Law, to which was referred HB 835, HB 90, HB 707, HB 373, HB 641, HB 510, HB 516 and HB 572, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Criminal Law, to which was referred HB 954, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Education-Elementary and Secondary, Chairman Franklin reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Education-Elementary and Secondary, to which was referred HB 274, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Education-Elementary and Secondary, to which was referred HB 457, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Committee on Elections, Chairman Seigfreid reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Elections, to which was referred HB 678, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Fiscal Review and Government Reform, Chairman Hollingsworth reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Fiscal Review and Government Reform, to which was referred HB 592, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Judiciary, Chairman Monaco reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Judiciary, to which was referred HB 945, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Labor, Chairman Hickey reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Labor, to which was referred HB 527, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Labor, to which was referred HB 662, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Labor, to which was referred HB 679, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, Chairman Hoppe reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 52, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 84, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 280, HB 69, HB 497 and HB 689, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 408, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 410, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 436, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 498, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 606, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 745, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 881, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government and Related Matters, to which was referred HB 922, 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 HJR 11, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Miscellaneous Bills & Resolutions, to which was referred HB 882, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Committee on Municipal Corporations, Chairman Shelton reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Municipal Corporations, to which was referred HB 596, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Municipal Corporations, to which was referred HB 704, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly, Chairman Ladd Baker reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly, to which was referred HB 612, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass with House Committee Amendment No. 1.



House Committee Amendment No. 1



AMEND House Bill No. 612, Page 2, Section 208.813, Line 48, by inserting after the word "group." the following:



"6. The Community First Commission shall be reauthorized by the General Assembly every four years.".







Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly, to which was referred HB 955, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Committee on Transportation, Chairman Koller reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Transportation, to which was referred HJR 15 and HJR 13, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Transportation, to which was referred HB 924, HB 714, HB 685, HB 756, HB 734 and HB 518, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Committee on Utilities Regulation, Chairman Mays (50) reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Utilities Regulation, to which was referred HB 472, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



Committee on Ways and Means, Chairman Kennedy reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Ways and Means, to which was referred HB 286, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass with House Committee Amendment Nos. 1 and 2.



House Committee Amendment No. 1



AMEND House Bill No. 286, Page 2, Section 144.190, Line 26, by inserting after the word "purchasers." the following:



"Any person legally obligated to remit the tax who is permitted to file annual or quarterly sales tax returns pursuant to section 144.655, shall not be required to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the director that any amount requested to be refunded was or will be refunded or credited to every purchaser that originally paid the tax.".



House Committee Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Bill No. 286, Page 2, Section 144.190, Line 26, by inserting after the word "purchasers." the following:



"Any funds collected but not refunded under this subsection shall be deposited in the Mental Health Trust Fund, pursuant to section 630.330, RSMo, for the purpose of funding programs for the mentally retarded or developmentally disabled.".



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Ways and Means, to which was referred HB 366, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Ways and Means, to which was referred HB 825, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Ways and Means, to which was referred HB 933, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS



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



HCR 27, introduced by Representative Ballard, to declare the first day of May, 2001, to be a Statewide Prayer Day in Missouri.



HCR 28, introduced by Representative Kelley (47), to establish a "Task Force on Faith-based and Community-based Initiatives" within state government.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS



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



HJR 22, introduced by Representative Hendrickson, relating to taxation.



HJR 23, introduced by Representative Kreider, relating to funds for health care and education.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS



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



HB 988, introduced by Representative Rizzo, relating to economic development.



HB 989, introduced by Representative Rizzo, relating to extra unemployment compensation for certain industrial employees.



HB 990, introduced by Representative Hendrickson, relating to income taxation.



HB 991, introduced by Representative Ransdall, relating to the purchasing of recycled toner cartridges.



HB 992, introduced by Representatives Boucher and Ladd Baker, relating to the tobacco settlement.



HB 993, introduced by Representative Lawson, relating to qualifications and disqualifications of certain employees.





HB 994, introduced by Representative Berkstresser, relating to sales tax exemptions for railway excursions that traverse state lines and operate on railroads which are part of the national transportation system.



HB 995, introduced by Representative Hosmer, relating to building codes for design professionals.



HB 996, introduced by Representatives Byrd, Hickey, Shields, Moore, Hunter and Secrest, et al, relating to the family and medical leave act.



HB 997, introduced by Representatives Byrd, Hickey, Johnson (90), Moore, Richardson, Bowman and Hunter, et al, relating to sovereign immunity waiver.



HB 998, introduced by Representatives Merideth, Carnahan, Boucher and Graham, relating to a family training program for special education.



HB 999, introduced by Representatives Merideth and Myers, relating to local regulation of telecommunications towers.



HB 1000, introduced by Representative Kreider, relating to the composition of congressional districts.



HB 1001, introduced by Representative St. Onge, relating to minimum insurance coverage.



HB 1002, introduced by Representatives Dempsey, Dolan, Levin, Bearden, Griesheimer, Naeger and Hanaway, et al, relating to the establishment of the Missouri tobacco settlement attorney fee trust fund.



HB 1003, introduced by Representatives Burton, Hegeman and Mays (50), relating to the electric generating activities.



HB 1004, introduced by Representatives Monaco, Graham, Bray, Van Zandt and Hosmer, relating to accessibility for the disabled.



HB 1005, introduced by Representatives Monaco and Crowell, relating to insurance coverage for punitive damages.



HB 1006, introduced by Representatives Shoemyer, Wiggins, Legan, Jetton and Coleman, et al, relating to the pesticide registration act.



HB 1007, introduced by Representative Kreider, relating to funding for health care and education.



HB 1008, introduced by Representative Kreider, relating to public proceedings before limiting access to state roads and highways.





HB 1009, introduced by Representatives Hanaway and Kelley (47), relating to the use of state or federal funds.



HB 1010, introduced by Representatives Rizzo, Hoppe and Scheve relating to programs administered by the department of economic development.



HB 1011, introduced by Representatives Curls, Bland and Lowe, et al, relating to nuisance property.



HB 1012, introduced by Representatives Mayer, Portwood, Hunter, Jetton, Wright, Hosmer and Merideth, et al, relating to methamphetamine manufacture.



HB 1013, introduced by Representatives Crump and Hampton, relating to weapons.



HB 1014, introduced by Representatives Secrest, Marble, Naeger, Hanaway, Bartelsmeyer, St. Onge and Shields, et al, relating to workers' compensation.



HB 1015, introduced by Representatives Secrest, Naeger, Robirds, Gaskill, Nordwald, St. Onge, Griesheimer and Surface, et al, relating to employment security.



HB 1016, introduced by Representative Hoppe, relating to psychologists.



HB 1017, introduced by Representatives Kelley (47) and Crump, relating to the nurse licensure compact.



HB 1018, introduced by Representatives Cooper, Hunter, Roark, Henderson and Scott, et al, relating to tobacco settlement funds.



HB 1019, introduced by Representatives Cooper, Kelly (144), Hunter, Miller, Kelly (36) and Scott, et al, relating to infectious disease testing.



HB 1020, introduced by Representative O'Toole, relating to firefighter's retirement.



HB 1021, introduced by Representatives Murphy, Scheve, Green (73), Kennedy, O'Toole, Foley and Boucher, et al, relating to the taxation of property.



HB 1022, introduced by Representative Kennedy, relating to taxation.



HB 1023, introduced by Representative Hohulin, relating to elevator safety and inspection.



HB 1024, introduced by Representative Williams, relating to landfill fees.



HB 1025, introduced by Representative Kreider, relating to the sales tax.



HB 1026, introduced by Representative Kennedy, relating to public school beautification programs.



HB 1027, introduced by Representative Boatright, relating to donation of article X refunds to the state.



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 393, entitled:



An act to repeal section 332.072, RSMo 2000, relating to dental care, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with an emergency clause.



Emergency clause adopted.



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 SB 449, entitled:



An act to repeal section 660.050, RSMo 2000, relating to the division of aging, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.



In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.



COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS



Redistricting



Hosmer, Craig - Co-chair

Treadway, Joe - Co-chair



Subcommittee on Redistricting for Congressional Districts 1, 2 and 3.



Treadway, Joe - Chair

Foley, James

Griesheimer, John

Murphy, Jim

O'Connor, Patrick

Ostmann, Cindy

Portwood, Charles

Shelton, O. L.

Smith, Phil











Subcommittee on Redistricting for Congressional Districts 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.



Hosmer, Craig - Chair

Bonner, Dennis

Long, Beth

Marsh, B. J.

Ransdall, Bill

Ross, Carson

Rizzo, Henry

Skaggs, Bill

Townley, Merrill



ADJOURNMENT



On motion of Representative Crump, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 22, 2001.



CORRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL



Correct House Journal, Forty-second Day, Wednesday, March 14, 2001, page 724, line 21, by deleting "Green (15)" and inserting in lieu thereof "Green (73)".



Pages 699 and 700, roll call, by showing Representatives Barnett and Black voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 701 and 702, roll call, by showing Representative King voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 703 and 704, roll call, by showing Representatives Bonner, Carnahan, Crawford and Koller voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 704 and 705, roll call, by showing Representative Koller voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 704 and 705, roll call, by showing Representative Crawford voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".



Page 721, roll call, by showing Representative Black voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".













COMMITTEE MEETINGS



CONSERVATION, STATE PARKS AND MINING

Wednesday, March 28, 2001, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 1.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - HB 374, HB 379



CRITICAL ISSUES, CONSUMER PROTECTION AND HOUSING

Monday, March 26, 2001, 8:00 pm. Hearing Room 3.

To be considered - HB 703, HB 920, Executive Session - HB 357, Executive Session - HB 511



FISCAL REVIEW AND GOVERNMENT REFORM

Tuesday, March 27, 2001, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 7. (Fiscal Note).

To be considered - HB 501, HB 754



MOTOR VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

Tuesday, March 27, 2001, 1:00 pm. Hearing Room 1. AMENDED.

To be considered - HB 654, Executive Session - HB 629, Executive Session - HB 708,

Executive Session - HB 729, Executive Session - HB 755, Executive Session - HB 776,

Executive Session - HB 797



RETIREMENT

Wednesday, March 28, 2001, 8:00 pm. Hearing Room 1.

To be considered - HB 659, HB 671, HB 672, HB 674



SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Monday, March 26, 2001, 1:00 pm. Hearing Room 3.

MU Sports Arena, Jordan Valley Park.



SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SPORTSMANSHIP, SAFETY AND FIREARMS

Tuesday, March 27, 2001. Hearing Room 3 upon morning adjournment.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - HB 28, HB 33



TOURISM, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Monday, March 26, 2001, 8:00 pm. Hearing Room 7.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - HB 844, HB 956, HB 957



URBAN AFFAIRS

Tuesday, March 27, 2001. Hearing Room 1 upon evening adjournment.

Possible Executive Session to follow.

To be considered - HR 756





HOUSE CALENDAR



FORTY-FOURTH DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2001



HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS FOR SECOND READING



1 HCR 27

2 HCR 28



HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS FOR SECOND READING



1 HJR 22

2 HJR 23



HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING



HB 988 through HB 1027



HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS FOR PERFECTION



1 HCS HJR 15 & 13 - Crawford

2 HJR 11 - Gambaro



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION



1 HCS HB 106 - Johnson (61)

2 HB 662 - Green (73)

3 HB 471 - Jolly

4 HB 70 - Koller

5 HB 120, HCA 1 - O'Connor

6 HCS HB 274 - Shields

7 HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518 - Wiggins

8 HCS HB 533 & 724 - Johnson (90)

9 HB 891 - Smith

10 HB 882 - Crump

11 HCS HB 457 - Kreider

12 HB 915 - Graham

13 HB 612, HCA 1 - Ladd Baker

14 HB 349 - Hosmer

15 HCS HB 824 - Abel

16 HCS HB 581 - Ridgeway

17 HB 679 - Boykins

18 HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572 - Britt

19 HB 286, HCA 1 & HCA 2 - Smith

20 HCS HB 280, 69, 497 & 689 - Hoppe

21 HB 527 - Luetkenhaus

22 HB 736 - Liese

23 HB 366 - Champion

24 HB 678 - Seigfreid

25 HB 436 - Merideth

26 HCS HB 472 - Burton

27 HCS HB 488 - Koller

28 HB 592 - Williams



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL



1 HCS HB 113 - Hickey

2 HB 114 - Hickey

3 HCS HB 327 - Rizzo



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - CONSENT



(March 12, 2001)



1 HB 603 - Hilgemann

2 HB 788 - O'Connor

3 HB 742 - Harding

4 HB 361 - Shoemyer

5 HB 808 - Gratz

6 HB 691 - Barnett

7 HB 454 - Monaco

8 HB 212 - Ward

9 HB 757 - Shoemyer

10 HB 477 - Graham

11 HB 45 - Farnen

12 HB 459 - Liese

13 HB 420 - Williams

14 HB 732 - Hosmer

15 HB 642 - Relford

16 HB 626 - Hosmer

17 HB 693 - Smith

18 HB 769 - Harlan

19 HB 537 - Ostmann

20 HB 544 - Holand

21 HB 318 - O'Toole

22 HB 385 - Franklin









(March 15, 2001)



1 HB 949 - Barry

2 HB 725 - Britt

3 HB 590 - Graham

4 HB 648 - Ostmann

5 HB 664 - Skaggs

6 HB 897 - Kreider

7 HB 716 - Burton

8 HB 796 - Hosmer

9 HB 865 - Davis

10 HB 458 - Lawson

11 HB 805 - Mayer

12 HB 821 - Hosmer

13 HB 285 - Riback Wilson (25)

14 HB 816 - Kennedy

15 HB 644 - Burton



(March 22, 2001)



1 HB 52 - Ward

2 HB 498 - Wagner

3 HB 704 - Gambaro

4 HB 922 - Gaskill

5 HB 951 - Gratz

6 HB 596 - Kennedy

7 HB 745 - Farnen

8 HB 945 - Hosmer

9 HB 909 - Davis

10 HB 606 - Kennedy

11 HB 955 - Green (73)

12 HB 410 - Holt

13 HB 402 - Boucher

14 HB 84 - Richardson

15 HB 954 - Hosmer

16 HB 825 - Kennedy

17 HB 881 - Scott

18 HB 408 - Kelley (47)

19 HB 933 - Reid

20 HB 904 - Merideth











HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING



1 HCS HB 754, 29, 300 & 505, (Fiscal Review 3-15-01) - Franklin

2 HS HCS HB 762, (Fiscal Review 3-15-01) - Barry

3 HB 501, (Fiscal Review 3-15-01) - Bowman

4 HB 314, (Fiscal Review 3-15-01) - Nordwald



SENATE BILLS FOR SECOND READING



1 SCS SB 393

2 SB 449



SENATE BILL FOR THIRD READING



SB 256, HCA 1, E.C., (Fiscal Review 3-14-01) - O'Toole








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