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Journal of the House


First Regular Session, 93rd General Assembly




FIFTY-NINTH DAY, Wednesday, April 20, 2005

The House met pursuant to adjournment.


            Speaker Jetton in the Chair.


            Prayer by Reverend James Earl Jackson.


              Heavenly Father, we come into Your presence with thanksgiving; we make a joyful sound to You with songs of admiration throughout the day!


              We do not forget Your wonderful actions done on our behalf: When we were burdened with worries, You comforted us and made us feel secure. In times of trouble, You were there, picking us up when life knocked us down.


              You, LORD God, are our fortress, that mighty rock where we are safe.


              Today, we ask that You fill us with the true knowledge of Your will in all wisdom and spiritual insight, that we might conduct ourselves in a manner You find worthy, to please You in all things, being effective in every good work and increasing in that same true knowledge that only originates from You.


              Grace be with us all.


              In the name of Your Son we pray. 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: Preston Dever Stevenson, Curtis Andrew Keal, Jordan Witcig, Joshua Witcig, Jonah Witcig, Cassie Ireland, Kaci Silvey and Dusty Taylor.


            The Journal of the fifty-eighth day was approved as printed.


SPECIAL RECOGNITION


            Dr. Frank Nickell of Cape Girardeau was introduced by Representative Cooper (158) and recognized as an Outstanding Missourian.


            Dr. John Keiser of Springfield was introduced by Representative Wright (137) and recognized as an Outstanding Missourian.


            Miss Teen Missouri, Rachel Woolard of Naylor, was introduced by Representative Dethrow.


            Miss Woolard addressed the House.

            The University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroo Basketball Team was introduced by Representative Hughes and recognized for their performance in the 2004-2005 season.


            The West Plains High School Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams were introduced by Representative Franz and recognized for attaining the 2004 Class 3-A State Championships.


            The Clopton Lady Hawks Basketball Team was introduced by Representative Witte and recognized for attaining the 2004 Class 2-A State Basketball Championship.


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden assumed the Chair.


HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED


            House Resolution No. 2349

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2357 - Representative Whorton

            House Resolution No. 2358 - Representative Nance

            House Resolution No. 2359 - Representative Roark

            House Resolution No. 2360 - Representative Lager

            House Resolution No. 2361 - Representative Sander


PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILL


            HCS HB 697, relating to motor vehicle emissions, was taken up by Representative Lembke.


            Representative Portwood offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 697, Page 9, Section B, Lines 1 and 2, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


              Section B. The provisions of sections 1, 307.366, 643.315, and 643.335 of section A shall terminate January 1, 2006.”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            Representative Portwood moved that House Amendment No. 1 be adopted.


            Which motion was defeated by the following vote:


AYES: 066

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Bringer

Brown 50

Bruns

Casey

Corcoran

Cunningham 86

Curls

Davis

Day

Dempsey

Dougherty

Faith

Fares

George

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hoskins

Hubbard

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jones

Lager

Lembke

Liese

Marsh

Meadows

Moore

Muschany

Nieves

Page

Parker

Portwood

Richard

Roark

Roorda

Rupp

Salva

Schaaf

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Skaggs

Smith 14

Stefanick

Sutherland

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Walsh

Whorton

Wildberger

Wright 137

Yaeger

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 089

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baker 25

Baker 123

Black

Bland

Bowman

Brooks

Brown 30

Burnett

Byrd

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Daus

Deeken

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Hobbs

Hughes

Hunter

Johnson 47

Jolly

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Lampe

LeVota

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meiners

Munzlinger

Myers

Nance

Nolte

Oxford

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Robb

Robinson

Rucker

Ruestman

Sander

Sater

Schad

Shoemyer

Silvey

Smith 118

Spreng

Stevenson

Storch

Swinger

Vogt

Wallace

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yates

Young

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kuessner

St. Onge

Wilson 119

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Boykins

Darrough

Threlkeld

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Representative Byrd assumed the Chair.


            Representative Hobbs offered House Amendment No. 2.


House Amendment No. 2


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 697, Page 2, Section 307.366, Lines 17 through 19, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


              “(1) Motor vehicles with a manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight rating in excess of eight thousand five hundred pounds;

              (2) Motor vehicles within the first four years of the specific model year for such motor vehicle;”; and


              Further amend said section by renumbering the subsection accordingly; and


              Further amend said section and page, Line 41, by removing the opening bracket “[“ and on Line 44, by removing the closing bracket “]”; and 


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            Representative Selby offered House Amendment No. 1 to House Amendment No. 2.


House Amendment No. 1

to

House Amendment No. 2


AMEND House Amendment No. 2 to House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 697, Page 1, Line 5, by deleting the word “four” and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


              ten”; and

 

              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            HCS HB 697, with House Amendment No. 1 to House Amendment No. 2 and House Amendment No. 2, pending, was laid over.


            On motion of Representative Dempsey, the House recessed until 2:00 p.m.


AFTERNOON SESSION


            The hour of recess having expired, the House was called to order by Speaker Jetton.


HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED


            House Resolution No. 2362 - Representative Deeken

            House Resolution No. 2363 - Representatives Guest and Jolly

            House Resolution No. 2364 - Representative Fraser

            House Resolution No. 2365 - Representative Wells

            House Resolution No. 2366

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2379 - Representative LeVota

            House Resolution No. 2380 - Representative Lipke

 

PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILLS


            HCS HB 863, relating to tax incentives for economic development, was taken up by Representative Wasson.


            Representative Wasson offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 863, Section 99.1082, Page 1, Line 4, by deleting the words “economic activity” and inserting in lieu thereof the words "local sales tax revenue”; and


              Further amend said page, Line 5, by deleting the words “taxes”; and


              Further amend said bill, Section 99.1086, Page 7, Line 21, by inserting immediately after the word “area” the following:


              . The department of economic development shall have the discretion to exempt smaller projects from this requirement”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


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


            Representative Witte offered House Amendment No. 2.


House Amendment No. 2


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 863, Section 99.1082, Page 4, Line 85, by deleting the word “one” and inserting in lieu thereof the words “ten thousand”; and 


              Further amend said line, by inserting after the semi-colon “;” the word “or”; and


              Further amend said line, by inserting after all of said line the following:


              (d) At least two hundred fifty thousand dollars for a project area within a city having a population of one to nine thousand nine hundred and ninety nine inhabitants.”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


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


            On motion of Representative Wasson, HCS HB 863, as amended, was adopted.


            On motion of Representative Wasson, HCS HB 863, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.


            HCS HB 866, relating to insurance fraud, was taken up by Representative Wilson (130).


            Representative Shoemyer offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 866, Section 375.146, Page 2, Line 6, by inserting after the first occurrence of the word, “to” the following word, “twice”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            Representative Lipke offered House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 1.




House Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 866, Section 375.146, Page 1, Line 5, by deleting after the word, “court” the word, “shall” and inserting in lieu thereof the word, “may”; and


              Further amend said section, Page 2, Line 6, by inserting after the first occurrence of the word, “to” the following word, “twice”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            On motion of Representative Lipke, House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 1 was adopted.


            Representative Zweifel offered House Amendment No. 2.


            Representative Stevenson raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 2 is drafted as a substitute and goes beyond the scope of the underlying bill.


            The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.


            On motion of Representative Wilson (130), HCS HB 866, as amended, was adopted.


            On motion of Representative Wilson (130), HCS HB 866, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.


            HCS HB 498, relating to auto theft, was taken up by Representative Kratky.


            Representative Wasson assumed the Chair.


            On motion of Representative Kratky, HCS HB 498 was adopted.


            On motion of Representative Kratky, HCS HB 498 was ordered perfected and printed.


            HCS HB 640, relating to unsolicited commercial e-mail, was taken up by Representative Pearce.


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden resumed the Chair.


            Representative Wildberger offered House Amendment No. 1.


            Representative Roark raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 1 goes beyond the scope of the title of the bill.


            The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.


            On motion of Representative Pearce, HCS HB 640 was adopted.


            On motion of Representative Pearce, HCS HB 640 was ordered perfected and printed.


            HB 291, relating to state water patrol funding, was taken up by Representative Cooper (155).


            Representative Wasson resumed the Chair.


            Representative Cooper (155) offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Bill No. 291, Section 306.185, Page 4, Line 6, by deleting the word “personal” and inserting in lieu thereof the word “personnel”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


            On motion of Representative Cooper (155), House Amendment No. 1 was adopted.


            HB 291, as amended, was laid over.


            HB 116, relating to rights of persons with service dogs, was taken up by Representative Deeken.


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden resumed the Chair.


            Representative Cunningham (86) offered House Amendment No. 1.


            Representative Myers raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 1 goes beyond the scope of the bill.


            The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.


            Representative Fraser offered House Amendment No. 2.


            Representative Myers raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 2 goes beyond the scope of the bill.


            The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.


            Representative Behnen assumed the Chair.


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden resumed the Chair.


            On motion of Representative Deeken, HB 116 was ordered perfected and printed.


            HB 832, relating to restrictive covenants, was taken up by Representative Sanders Brooks.


            On motion of Representative Sanders Brooks, HB 832 was ordered perfected and printed.


            HB 196, relating to statute of limitations for arson, was taken up by Representative Wildberger.


            Representative Wildberger offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Bill No. 196, Page 2, Section 556.036, Line 40, by inserting after said line the following:


              “569.040. 1. A person commits the crime of arson in the first degree when he knowingly damages a building or inhabitable structure, and when any person is then present or in near proximity thereto, by starting a fire or causing an explosion and thereby recklessly places such person in danger of death or serious physical injury[.], or

              2. A person commits the crime of arson in the first degree when he commits or attempts to commit a felony, and in the perpetration or attempted perpetration of such felony, damages a building or inhabitable structure, and when any person is then present or in near proximity thereto, by causing a fire or an explosion and thereby places such person in danger of death or serious physical injury.

              [2.] 3. Arson in the first degree is a class B felony unless a person has suffered serious physical injury or has died as a result of the fire or explosion set by the defendant in which case arson in the first degree is a class A felony.


              569.050. 1. A person commits the crime of arson in the second degree when he knowingly damages a building or inhabitable structure by starting a fire or causing an explosion[.], or

              2. A person commits the crime of arson in the second degree when he commits or attempts to commit a felony, and in the perpetration or attempted perpetration of such felony, damages a building or inhabitable structure by causing a fire or an explosion.

              [2.] 3. A person does not commit a crime under subsection 1 of this section if:

              (1) No person other than himself has a possessory, proprietary or security interest in the damaged building, or if other persons have those interests, all of them consented to his conduct; and

              (2) His sole purpose was to destroy or damage the building for a lawful and proper purpose.

              [3.] 4. The defendant shall have the burden of injecting the issue under subsection 2 of this section.

              [4.] 5. Arson in the second degree is a class C felony unless a person has suffered serious physical injury or has died as a result of the fire or explosion set by the defendant in which case arson in the second degree is a class B felony.”; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


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


            On motion of Representative Wildberger, HB 196, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.


THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILL


            HCS HB 209, relating to business license tax, was taken up by Representative Cooper (120).


            On motion of Representative Cooper (120), HCS HB 209 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 097

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bringer

Brown 30

Brown 50

Bruns

Casey

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dixon

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Hobbs

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kraus

Kuessner

Lembke

Lipke

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Munzlinger

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Rucker

Ruestman

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Shoemyer

Silvey

Smith 14

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Sutherland

Tilley

Viebrock

Wagner

Wallace

Wasson

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 130

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Young

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 055

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baker 25

Bowman

Brooks

Burnett

Chappelle-Nadal

Corcoran

Darrough

Daus

Denison

Donnelly

Dougherty

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Fares

Fraser

George

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hoskins

Hubbard

Johnson 47

Lager

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Loehner

Low 39

Moore

Muschany

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parson

Robinson

Schaaf

Schneider

Self

Skaggs

Smith 118

Storch

Swinger

Threlkeld

Villa

Walsh

Walton

Wells

Whorton

Wilson 119

Witte

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Zweifel

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Byrd

Roorda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Boykins

Kratky

Marsh

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            On motion of Representative Goodman, the House recessed until 8:30 p.m.


EVENING SESSION


            The hour of recess having expired, the House was called to order by Speaker Pro Tem Bearden.


HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED


            House Resolution No. 2381 - Representative Brown (50)

            House Resolution No. 2382 - Representative Robb


PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILL


            HCS HB 824, relating to air contamination regulations, was taken up by Representative Hobbs.


            Representative Hobbs offered House Amendment No. 1.


House Amendment No. 1


AMEND House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 824, Sections 444.765 and 444.766, by deleting all of said sections and inserting in lieu of the following:


              “444.765. Wherever used or referred to in sections 444.760 to 444.790, unless a different meaning clearly appears from the context, the following terms mean:

              (1) "Affected land", the pit area or area from which overburden shall have been removed, or upon which overburden has been deposited after September 28, 1971. When mining is conducted underground, affected land means any excavation or removal of overburden required to create access to mine openings, except that areas of disturbance encompassed by the actual underground openings for air shafts, portals, adits and haul roads in addition to disturbances within fifty feet of any openings for haul roads, portals or adits shall not be considered affected land. Sites which exceed the excluded areas by more than one acre for underground mining operations shall obtain a permit for the total extent of affected lands with no exclusions as required under sections 444.760 to 444.790;

              (2) "Beneficiation", the dressing or processing of minerals for the purpose of regulating the size of the desired product, removing unwanted constituents, and improving the quality or purity of a desired product;

              (3) "Commercial purpose", the purpose of extracting minerals for their value in sales to other persons or for incorporation into a product;

              (4) "Commission", the land reclamation commission in the department of natural resources;

              (5) "Construction", construction, erection, alteration, maintenance, or repair of any facility including but not limited to any building, structure, highway, road, bridge, viaduct, water or sewer line, pipeline or utility line, and demolition, excavation, land clearance, and moving of minerals or fill dirt in connection therewith;

              [(3)] (6) "Director", the staff director of the land reclamation commission;

              (7) "Excavation", any operation in which earth, minerals, or other material in or on the ground is moved, removed, or otherwise displaced for purposes of construction at the site of excavation, by means of any tools, equipment, or explosives and includes, but is not limited to, backfilling, grading, trenching, digging, ditching, drilling, well-drilling, auguring, boring, tunneling, scraping, cable or pipe plowing, plowing-in, pulling-in, ripping, driving, demolition of structures, and the use of high-velocity air to disintegrate and suction to remove earth and other materials. For purposes of this section, excavation or removal of overburden for purposes of mining for a commercial purpose or for purposes of reclamation of land subjected to surface mining is not included in this definition. Neither shall excavations of sand and gravel by political subdivisions using their own personnel and equipment or private individuals for personal use be included in this definition;

              (8) "Fill dirt", material removed from its natural location through mining or construction activity, which is a mixture of unconsolidated earthy material, which may include some minerals, and which is used to fill, raise, or level the surface of the ground at the site of disposition, which may be at the site it was removed or on other property, and which is not processed to extract mineral components of the mixture. Backfill material for use in completing reclamation is not included in this definition;

              (9) "Land improvement", work performed by or for a public or private owner or lessor of real property for purposes of improving the suitability of the property for construction at an undetermined future date, where specific plans for construction do not currently exist;

              [(4)] (10) "Mineral", a constituent of the earth in a solid state which, when extracted from the earth, is usable in its natural form or is capable of conversion into a usable form as a chemical, an energy source, or raw material for manufacturing or construction material. For the purposes of this section, this definition includes barite, tar sands, and oil shales, but does not include iron, lead, zinc, gold, silver, coal, surface or subsurface water, fill dirt, natural oil or gas together with other chemicals recovered therewith;

              (11) "Mining", the removal of overburden and extraction of underlying minerals or the extraction of minerals from exposed natural deposits for a commercial purpose, as defined by this section;

              [(5)] (12) "Operator", any person, firm or corporation engaged in and controlling a surface mining operation;

              [(6)] (13) "Overburden", all of the earth and other materials which lie above natural deposits of minerals; and also means such earth and other materials disturbed from their natural state in the process of surface mining other than what is defined in subdivision [(4)] (10) of this section;

              [(7)] (14) "Peak", a projecting point of overburden created in the surface mining process;

              [(8)] (15) "Pit", the place where minerals are being or have been mined by surface mining;

              (16) "Public entity", the state or any officer, official, authority, board, or commission of the state and any county, city, or other political subdivision of the state, or any institution supported in whole or in part by public funds;

              [(9)] (17) "Refuse", all waste material directly connected with the cleaning and preparation of substance mined by surface mining;

              [(10)] (18) "Ridge", a lengthened elevation of overburden created in the surface mining process;

              [(11)] (19) "Site" or "mining site", any location or group of associated locations where minerals are being surface mined by the same operator;

              [(12)] (20) "Surface mining", the mining of minerals for commercial purposes by removing the overburden lying above natural deposits thereof, and mining directly from the natural deposits thereby exposed, and shall include mining of exposed natural deposits of such minerals over which no overburden lies and, after August 28, 1990, the surface effects of underground mining operations for such minerals. For purposes of the provisions of sections 444.760 to 444.790, surface mining shall not include excavations to move minerals or fill dirt within the confines of the real property where excavation occurs or to remove minerals or fill dirt from the real property in preparation for construction at the site of excavation. No excavation of fill dirt shall be deemed surface mining regardless of the site of disposition or whether construction occurs at the site of excavation.


              444.766. No provision of sections 447.760 to 444.790 shall apply to the excavation of minerals or fill dirt for the purposes of construction or land improvement as unrelated to the mining of minerals for a commercial purpose or reclamation of land subsequent to the surface mining of minerals.

              1. No permit is required under sections 444.760 to 444.790 for the purpose of moving minerals or fill dirt within the confines of real property where excavation occurs, or for purposes of removing minerals or fill dirt from the real property as provided in this section.

              (1). Excavations for construction pursuant to engineering plans and specifications prepared by an architect, professional engineer, or landscape architect licensed pursuant to chapter 327, RSMo, or any excavation for construction performed under a written contract that requires excavation of minerals or fill dirt and establishes dates for completion of work and specifies the terms of payment for work, shall be presumed to be for the purposes of construction and shall not require a permit for surface mining.

              (2). Excavations for purposes of land improvement where minerals removed from the site are excess minerals that cannot be used on-site for any practical purpose and at no time are subjected to crushing, screening, or other means of benefication with the exception of removal of tree limbs and stumps, shall be presumed to be for the purposes of land improvement and shall not require a permit for surface mining, provided that:

              (a) The site has not been designated as a surface mine by the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration;

              (b) Minerals from the property are not used for commercial purposes on a frequent or on-going basis; and

              (c) A pit, peak, or ridge does not persist at the site as inconsistent with the purposes of land improvement.

              (3). Permits shall not be required for the excavation of fill dirt, regardless of the site of disposition or whether construction occurs at the site of excavation.

              2. (1) If the director or his or her designee determines that a surface mining permit is required for real property which is purported to be for purposes of construction or land improvement not requiring a surface mining permit under this section, such determination shall be sent in writing to the owner of the property by certified mail stating the reasons for such determination. Upon request of the person receiving the letter, an informal conference shall be scheduled with the director within fifteen calendar days to discuss the determination. Following the informal conference, the director shall issue a written determination regarding his or her findings of fact no later than thirty calendar days after the date of the conference. If the director agrees that a surface mining permit is required and the person disagrees with that decision, the person may make a written request for a hearing before the commission at its next regular meeting. Such written request shall be filed within thirty calendar days after receipt of the director's written determination, except when the thirtieth day would be later than the date of the next regularly scheduled commission meeting, the written request shall be filed at least seven days prior to the commission meeting unless the director and the person filing the request mutually agree to place the matter on the commission's agenda for a later meeting. The commission shall issue a written determination as to whether a surface mining permit is required under this state's law within thirty calendar days after the hearing. The written determination may be appealed as provided under this chapter.

              (2) Until a final written determination has been issued under the process established under subdivision (1) of this subsection, the person receiving a letter stating the reasons a mining permit is required may continue activity at the site in dispute. The commission may stay the director’s determination. If the final written determination is that a permit is required, all fees otherwise provided by statute or rules of the commission shall apply. If the determination is that no permit is required, no permit fees shall be required by the director or the commission.

              (3) The process set out in this subsection for determining whether a mining permit is required shall not be subject to the hearing requirements of section 444.789."; and


              Further amend said bill by amending the title, enacting clause, and intersectional references accordingly.


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


            On motion of Representative Hobbs, HCS HB 824, as amended, was adopted.


            On motion of Representative Hobbs, HCS HB 824, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.


THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS


            HCS HB 525, relating to ethics, was taken up by Representative May.


            On motion of Representative May, HCS HB 525 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Dougherty

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

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            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 530, relating to American Sign Language, was taken up by Representative Moore.


            On motion of Representative Moore, HB 530 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dougherty

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fraser

Johnson 47

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 320, relating to lapse of school districts, was taken up by Representative Muschany.


            On motion of Representative Muschany, HB 320 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 119

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Brown 30

Bruns

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

Lipke

Loehner

May

McGhee

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Wallace

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yates

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 033

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Burnett

Chappelle-Nadal

Corcoran

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Donnelly

Dougherty

El-Amin

Fraser

George

Hughes

Johnson 61

Jolly

LeVota

Liese

Low 39

Lowe 44

Meiners

Oxford

Schoemehl

Villa

Wagner

Walsh

Walton

Whorton

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Young

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henke

Meadows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Haywood

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VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HB 440, relating to university governing boards, was taken up by Representative Pratt.


            On motion of Representative Pratt, HCS HB 440 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 117

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bowman

Boykins

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 86

Curls

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Faith

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

Harris 23

Harris 110

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 032

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bearden

Bland

Bringer

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Darrough

Daus

Dixon

Donnelly

Emery

Ervin

Fares

George

Goodman

Guest

Lembke

Lipke

May

Myers

Pearce

Phillips

Rector

Richard

Roark

Ruestman

Salva

Schoemehl

Villa

Wasson

Wells

Whorton

Wright-Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 012

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Haywood

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Marsh

Rupp

Schneider

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VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HB 286, relating to the Emancipation Day Commission, was taken up by Representative Bland.


            On motion of Representative Bland, HCS HB 286 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 417, relating to uninsured motorists, was taken up by Representative Yates.


            On motion of Representative Yates, HB 417 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 106

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Boykins

Brown 30

Bruns

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Lager

Lembke

LeVota

Loehner

May

McGhee

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Sutherland

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 046

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Bland

Bowman

Bringer

Burnett

Chappelle-Nadal

Corcoran

Curls

Darrough

Donnelly

El-Amin

Flook

Fraser

George

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hughes

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kuessner

Lampe

Liese

Lipke

Low 39

Lowe 44

Meadows

Meiners

Oxford

Page

Parker

Robinson

Roorda

Schaaf

Schoemehl

Silvey

Storch

Swinger

Walsh

Walton

Whorton

Witte

Wright-Jones

Zweifel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 205, relating to child support payments, was taken up by Representative Salva.


            On motion of Representative Salva, HB 205 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 152

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PRESENT: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS#2 HB 568, relating to protection of children, was taken up by Representative Stevenson.


            On motion of Representative Stevenson, HCS#2 HB 568 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 148

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Franz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 617, relating to watershed districts, was taken up by Representative Kelly.


            On motion of Representative Kelly, HB 617 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 111

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lembke

Lipke

Loehner

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Page

Parker

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Stefanick

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Wasson

Wells

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yates

Young

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 038

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Bland

Bowman

Chappelle-Nadal

Corcoran

Curls

Darrough

Denison

Dixon

Donnelly

Fraser

George

Harris 23

Hoskins

Jolly

Kratky

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Low 39

Lowe 44

Oxford

Rucker

Sater

Schoemehl

Spreng

Stevenson

Viebrock

Walsh

Walton

Weter

Whorton

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Yaeger

Zweifel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boykins

Johnson 61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Haywood

Marsh

Parson

Rupp

Schneider

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HB 827, relating to disabled employees' medical assistance, was taken up by Representative Portwood.


            On motion of Representative Portwood, HCS HB 827 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Haywood

Marsh

Rupp

Schneider

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HBs 49 & 50, relating to alternate sentencing procedures, was taken up by Representative Jolly.


            On motion of Representative Jolly, HCS HBs 49 & 50 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 131

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Lowe 44

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Page

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Ruestman

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cunningham 86

Curls

Denison

El-Amin

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Johnson 61

Low 39

Oxford

Parker

Rucker

Walton

Wright-Jones

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salva

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Haywood

Marsh

Rupp

Schneider

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HB 691, relating to gambling devices, was taken up by Representative Cooper (120).


            Representative Cooper (120) moved that HCS HB 691 be read the third time and passed.


            Which motion was defeated by the following vote:


AYES: 036

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

Bearden

Bivins

Bowman

Bruns

Byrd

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 158

Deeken

Dempsey

Fisher

Fraser

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Johnson 47

Kelly

Kratky

Lager

LeVota

Lowe 44

Meiners

Nance

Rector

Richard

Salva

Smith 14

Swinger

Villa

Wagner

Walsh

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 114

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Baker 123

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bringer

Brown 30

Burnett

Casey

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 155

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Flook

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kingery

Kraus

Kuessner

Lampe

Lembke

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

May

McGhee

Meadows

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nieves

Nolte

Oxford

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Wallace

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boykins

George

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Haywood

Marsh

Rupp

Schneider

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            HCS HB 36, relating to midwives, was taken up by Representative Davis.


            Representative Dempsey moved the previous question.


            Which motion was adopted by the following vote:


AYES: 093

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Brown 30

Bruns

Byrd

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Goodman

Guest

Hobbs

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kraus

Lager

Lembke

Lipke

Loehner

May

McGhee

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Ruestman

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Self

Silvey

Smith 14

Smith 118

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Wallace

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yates

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 055

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Bland

Bowman

Bringer

Burnett

Casey

Corcoran

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Donnelly

El-Amin

Fraser

George

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kratky

Kuessner

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Low 39

Lowe 44

Meadows

Meiners

Oxford

Page

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Salva

Schoemehl

Selby

Shoemyer

Skaggs

Spreng

Storch

Villa

Wagner

Walsh

Walton

Wildberger

Witte

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Young

Zweifel

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chappelle-Nadal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 013

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Boykins

Brooks

Brown 50

Day

Dougherty

Fares

Haywood

Marsh

Myers

Rupp

Schneider

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            On motion of Representative Davis, HCS HB 36 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 082