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Journal of the House


First Regular Session, 93rd General Assembly




SIXTIETH DAY, Thursday, April 21, 2005

The House met pursuant to adjournment.


            Speaker Jetton in the Chair.


            Prayer by Father Donald W. Lammers.


              On a day after rainfall and of anticipating more, let us pray, using these words from the Hebrew Scriptures:


Thus says the Lord:

For just as from the heavens

The rain and snow come down

And do not return there

Till they have watered the Earth,

Making it fertile and fruitful,

Giving seed to him who sows

And bread to him who eats.


So shall My word be

That goes forth from My mouth;

It shall not return to Me void,

But shall do My will,

Achieving the end for which I sent it.

(Isaiah 55:10-11)


              Almighty God, Your word of justice and of care for those in great need has come down into our minds. May this word so stir our hearts that through our words and actions it may achieve the end for which You sent it.


              We pray to You our God forever and ever. 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: Charlie Rowland, Mackenzie Oswald, Amber Doty, Jessica Moore, Abigail Hill, Raven Eisenberger, Doug Soule and Austin Dorrell.


            The Journal of the fifty-ninth day was approved as corrected by the following vote:


AYES: 106

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bowman

Boykins

Brown 30

Bruns

Byrd

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

Goodman

Guest

Hobbs

Hubbard

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Jones

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Lager

Lembke

Lipke

Loehner

May

McGhee

Meiners

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Smith 14

Smith 118

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Sutherland

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wallace

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yates

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 046

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Bland

Bringer

Burnett

Casey

Chappelle-Nadal

Corcoran

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Donnelly

Dougherty

George

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hoskins

Hughes

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Kuessner

Lampe

LeVota

Liese

Lowe 44

Oxford

Page

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Schoemehl

Selby

Skaggs

Spreng

Storch

Swinger

Wagner

Walsh

Witte

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Young

Zweifel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brooks

Brown 50

Kelly

Low 39

Marsh

Meadows

Moore

Rupp

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


SPECIAL RECOGNITION


            Reverend Joseph Clark of Kansas City was introduced by Representative Hughes and recognized as an Outstanding Missourian.


MOTION


            Representative Dempsey moved that the House stand at ease for the distribution of green sheets. Just prior to the green sheets being distributed, the fire alarm sounded and the House was ordered to evacuate the building. When the House returned following the evacuation and the distribution of green sheets was sufficiently completed, the House was called to order by Speaker Pro Tem Bearden, simply to find the House did not have a quorum.


            Representative Dempsey suggested the absence of a quorum.


            The following roll call indicated a quorum present:


AYES: 145

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Bringer

Brooks

Brown 30

Bruns

Burnett

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Curls

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

El-Amin

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Smith 14

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walsh

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johnson 61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corcoran

Dougherty

George

Henke

Page

Roorda

Skaggs

Smith 118

Threlkeld

Wildberger

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Boykins

Brown 50

Hubbard

Marsh

Vogt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED


            House Resolution No. 2383 - Representative Hunter

            House Resolution No. 2384 - Representative Parson

            House Resolution No. 2385 - Representative LeVota

            House Resolution No. 2386 - Representative Wright (137)

            House Resolution No. 2387 - Representative Baker (123)

            House Resolution No. 2388 - Representative Behnen

            House Resolution No. 2389 - Representative Jetton

            House Resolution No. 2390 - Representative Cooper (158)

            House Resolution No. 2391 - Representative Witte

            House Resolution No. 2392 - Representative Darrough

            House Resolution No. 2393 - Representative McGhee

            House Resolution No. 2394 - Representative Stevenson

            House Resolution No. 2395

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2399 - Representative Skaggs

            House Resolution No. 2400 - Representative Chappelle-Nadal, et al.

            House Resolution No. 2401

                        and

            House Resolution No. 2402 - Representative Henke

            House Resolution No. 2403 - Representative Vogt

            House Resolution No. 2404 - Representative Sutherland

            House Resolution No. 2405

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2419 - Representative Kraus

            House Resolution No. 2420

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2433 - Representative Hobbs

            House Resolution No. 2434

                        and

            House Resolution No. 2435 - Representative Whorton

            House Resolution No. 2436 - Representative Pearce

            House Resolution No. 2437

                        through

            House Resolution No. 2445 - Representative Oxford

            House Resolution No. 2446 - Representative Stefanick

            House Resolution No. 2447 - Representative Flook


SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS


            HB 18 and HB 19 were read the second time.


SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS


            SB 254 and SCS SB 500 were read the second time.




COMMITTEE REPORTS


            Committee on Fiscal Review, Chairman Guest reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Fiscal Review, to which was referred HCS HB 353 (Fiscal Note), begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Fiscal Review, to which was referred HCS HB 576 (Fiscal Note), begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.


THIRD READING OF HOUSE BILLS


            HCS HB 576, relating to small business, was taken up by Representative Flook.


            On motion of Representative Flook, HCS HB 576 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 158

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Bivins

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schaaf

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Vogt

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Brown 50

Marsh

Viebrock

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HCS HB 353, relating to crime, was taken up by Representative Lipke.


            On motion of Representative Lipke, HCS HB 353 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 128

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bringer

Brown 30

Bruns

Byrd

Casey

Chinn

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Day

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dethrow

Dixon

Donnelly

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Henke

Hobbs

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

May

McGhee

Meadows

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Nolte

Page

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Wagner

Wallace

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Wildberger

Wilson 119

Wilson 130

Witte

Wood

Wright 137

Wright 159

Yates

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 028

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baker 25

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Brooks

Burnett

Chappelle-Nadal

Curls

Dougherty

El-Amin

George

Haywood

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Johnson 61

Low 39

Lowe 44

Oxford

Rucker

Spreng

Villa

Vogt

Walsh

Walton

Whorton

Wright-Jones

Yaeger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fares

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Wasson, HCS HB 863 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 156

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Pratt

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Vogt

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Schaaf

Viebrock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Wilson (130), HCS HB 866 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 154

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

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

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

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

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Vogt

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: 002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brooks

Johnson 61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Schaaf

Viebrock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Kratky, HCS HB 498 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 151

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

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

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 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

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Vogt

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: 003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brooks

El-Amin

Johnson 61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Pratt

Rupp

Schaaf

Viebrock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Pearce, HCS HB 640 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 153

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

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

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Villa

Vogt

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: 001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Lembke

Marsh

Pratt

Schaaf

Viebrock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Deeken, HB 116 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Fisher

Flook

Franz

Fraser

George

Goodman

Guest

Harris 23

Harris 110

Haywood

Henke

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Icet

Jackson

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Kraus

Kuessner

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

LeVota

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

Quinn

Richard

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

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: 005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emery

Hunter

Rector

Roark

Stevenson

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Liese

Marsh

Pratt

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            The emergency clause was adopted by the following vote:


AYES: 110

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Black

Bland

Boykins

Bringer

Bruns

Byrd

Chinn

Chappelle-Nadal

Cooper 120

Cooper 155

Cooper 158

Corcoran

Cunningham 145

Cunningham 86

Darrough

Daus

Davis

Deeken

Dempsey

Denison

Dixon

Donnelly

Dougherty

El-Amin

Fisher

Flook

Fraser

Goodman

Harris 23

Harris 110

Hobbs

Hoskins

Hubbard

Hughes

Hunter

Johnson 47

Johnson 61

Johnson 90

Jolly

Jones

Kelly

Kingery

Kratky

Lager

Lampe

Lembke

Liese

Lipke

Loehner

Low 39

McGhee

Meiners

Moore

Munzlinger

Muschany

Myers

Nance

Nieves

Page

Parker

Pearce

Pollock

Portwood

Quinn

Richard

Robb

Robinson

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Sander

Sater

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Self

Shoemyer

Skaggs

Smith 14

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Wagner

Wallace

Walton

Wasson

Wells

Weter

Whorton

Wildberger

Wilson 130

Witte

Wright 137

Wright 159

Wright-Jones

Young

Zweifel

Mr Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

NOES: 037

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Behnen

Brown 30

Curls

Day

Dethrow

Dusenberg

Emery

Ervin

Faith

Fares

Franz

Guest

Henke

Icet

Jackson

Kraus

Kuessner

LeVota

May

Nolte

Oxford

Parson

Phillips

Rector

Roark

Salva

Schad

Selby

Silvey

Smith 118

Spreng

Vogt

Walsh

Wilson 119

Wood

Yaeger

Yates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT: 009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bowman

Brooks

Burnett

Casey

George

Haywood

Lowe 44

Meadows

Roorda

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Pratt

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


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


            On motion of Representative Sanders Brooks, HB 832 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 155

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Pratt

Ruestman

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


            HB 196, relating to arson, was taken up by Representative Wildberger.


            On motion of Representative Wildberger, HB 196 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 156

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Pratt

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.


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


            On motion of Representative Hobbs, HCS HB 824 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:


AYES: 156

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aull

Avery

Baker 25

Baker 123

Bearden

Behnen

Black

Bland

Bowman

Boykins

Bringer

Brooks

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

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

Parker

Parson

Pearce

Phillips

Pollock

Portwood

Quinn

Rector

Richard

Roark

Robb

Robinson

Roorda

Rucker

Ruestman

Rupp

Salva

Sander

Sater

Schad

Schlottach

Schneider

Schoemehl

Selby

Self

Shoemyer

Silvey

Skaggs

Smith 14

Smith 118

Spreng

Stefanick

Stevenson

St. Onge

Storch

Sutherland

Swinger

Threlkeld

Tilley

Viebrock

Villa

Vogt

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bean

Bivins

Brown 50

Marsh

Pratt

Schaaf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VACANCIES: 001


            Speaker Pro Tem Bearden declared the bill passed.




REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS


            The following House Bills were referred to the Committee indicated:


HB 18 - Budget

HB 19 - Budget


REFERRAL OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS


            The following Senate Concurrent Resolutions were referred to the Committee indicated:


SCS SCR 6 - Special Committee on General Laws

SCS SCR 8 - Special Committee on General Laws


REFERRAL OF SENATE BILLS


            The following Senate Bills were referred to the Committee indicated:


SB 254 - Crime Prevention and Public Safety

SCS SB 500 - Special Committee on General Laws


COMMITTEE REPORTS


            Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources, Chairman Hobbs reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources, to which was referred HB 549, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources, to which was referred SS#2 SCS SB 225, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Corrections and Public Institutions, Chairman Kelly reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Corrections and Public Institutions, to which was referred HB 875, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety, Chairman Lipke reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety, to which was referred HB 430, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety, to which was referred HB 593, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Job Creation and Economic Development, Chairman Richard reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Job Creation and Economic Development, to which was referred SB 99, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Local Government , Chairman Johnson (47) reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government, to which was referred SS SCS SB 168, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government, to which was referred SCS SB 262, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government, to which was referred SB 361, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Local Government, to which was referred SB 431, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Senior Citizen Advocacy, Chairman Bruns reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Senior Citizen Advocacy, to which was referred HB 859, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Small Business, Chairman Ervin reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Small Business, to which was referred SB 141, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Small Business, to which was referred SB 173, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.




            Special Committee on Urban Issues, Chairman Hoskins reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Special Committee on Urban Issues, to which was referred HCR 28, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 28


              WHEREAS, the Housing Authority of Kansas City (HAKC) was created on July 14, 1941, by city ordinance and mayorial appointment of a five-member Board of Commissioners in accordance with Missouri enabling legislation; and


              WHEREAS, a public housing agency is a governmental or public body that is authorized by the State to engage in or assist in the development or operation of housing for low-income families. Public housing programs are managed by a variety of organizations: housing agencies, local government departments, nonprofit organizations, and private property managers, with the public housing agency acting as the landlord; and


              WHEREAS, the mission of the Housing Authority of Kansas City is to develop, rehabilitate, and manage decent, safe, and sanitary quality affordable housing in a manner that promotes equal opportunity, fair housing, and the deconcentration of race and poverty; and


              WHEREAS, in the beginning, HAKC provided housing for returning veterans in the 1940s, with the program later expanded to include low-rent units for families, and by 1965 the HAKC rental inventory totaled some 2200 units; and


              WHEREAS, as federal policies shifted, HAKC also reoriented its activities. In 1967 and 1968, 200 units were leased from private owners for sublease to HAKC tenants under a rent-supplement program. From 1968 to 1970, 50 foreclosed single-family homes were purchased from the Federal Housing Administration and the Veterans Administration by the HAKC for lease to public housing tenants; and


              WHEREAS, in the 1970s proposals from developers for turnkey housing were requested, and the rehabilitation and modernization of existing structures became a priority for HAKC. For the next decade, a succession of executive directors oversaw the Authority. Tenants became dissatisfied with the condition of what were formerly well-maintained units and sued in 1993 in federal court to hasten the rehabilitation of one of the older developments; and


              WHEREAS, in 1994, the Housing Authority of Kansas City faced daunting and formidable challenges so serious that the agency was placed in federal court receivership, with the agency's housing stock largely distressed and obsolete as evidenced by a 43% vacancy rate, enormous backlogs of uncompleted maintenance work, rampant criminal activity, and hundreds of families living in dangerous, substandard conditions; and


              WHEREAS, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) declared the HAKC a "troubled agency", based on its score of less than 44% under the national Public Housing Management Assessment Program; and


              WHEREAS, today, HAKC operations and the majority of its properties have undergone a dramatic and near complete makeover. HAKC's vacancy rate now averages approximately 2%, maintenance requests are addressed promptly, and crime rates within public housing are down by 44%. In 1998, HUD designated HAKC as a "high performer" agency; and


              WHEREAS, since 1994, HAKC has focused intensive efforts to rebuild distressed communities and to expand the supply of quality affordable housing in Kansas City, Missouri. Several public housing developments, such as Guinotte Manor, Riverview Gardens, and Theron B. Watkins, have been transformed into vibrant new mixed-income communities that serve as the centerpieces of their respective urban neighborhoods, and the beautiful townhouses and streetscapes of Villa del Sol occupy a site that a few years ago consisted of bombed out buildings and empty streets; and


              WHEREAS, in addition, HAKC has helped address the critical housing affordability issues faced by community residents through implementation of over 3,000 new Section 8 vouchers, which allow participants to lease housing units from private landlords allowing participants to have a greater choice in where they live; and


              WHEREAS, by 2003, HAKC had received numerous awards from national, regional, and local organizations which symbolize HAKC's continued success in constructing safe, quality housing for low-income residents, pioneering the rehabilitation and revitalization of Kansas City's urban core housing, and communicating those achievements to its clients and the public. The awards received by HAKC include:


              (1) The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's "New Face of America's Public Housing Award" which recognizes housing authorities, developers, and urban designers for their efforts to replace outmoded housing projects with attractive, walkable, mixed-income neighborhoods;


              (2) The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials presented awards for several of HAKC's print publications;


              (3) The Historic Kansas City Foundation Award was received for two HAKC public housing "scattered site" homes (quality single-family town homes, duplexes, and houses scattered throughout the city) constructed in the historic Coleman Highlands neighborhood, where HAKC took painstaking efforts to ensure the homes were a complement to the neighborhood; and


              WHEREAS, after years of federal oversight, the Housing Authority of Kansas City has taken steps toward resumption of local control. By 2003, a panel formed by the court-appointed receiver had been working on how to make sure the agency doesn't become dysfunctional again and in September 2002, the HAKC had a Board of Commissioners appointed which will set policy for the Authority when court supervision comes to an end; and


              WHEREAS, while federal receivership was believed to be in its final stages by late 2003, today the Housing Authority of Kansas City is still under federal receivership and has not fully transitioned to local control; and


              WHEREAS, the federal receivership of the HAKC has been overseen by Judge Dean Whipple and Jeffrey K. Lines was the court-appointed receiver for eight years and now serves as the HAKC special master with oversight responsibilities of the Board of Commissioners and the HAKC. According to Mr. Lines, "we have witnessed a dramatic turnaround of the agency...During Receivership, the Housing Authority of Kansas City improved its national standing from a "troubled agency" to a "high performer" status in most key areas of performance measurement", and in July 2003, Mr. Lines stated that the HAKC was "in the final stages of Receivership", however, almost two years later the HAKC remains in federal receivership; and


              WHEREAS, while HAKC has experienced a complete turnaround in federal receivership, it is vital that the Authority be under local control and allowed to set its own policies to address current needs and problems as they arise, as evidence by recent events in the Kansas City area regarding funding for the refurbishing of houses in the Historic Jazz District in which HAKC has a limited ability to respond due to the restrictions of its federal receivership; and


              WHEREAS, as a result of the significant and remarkable efforts of the Housing Authority of Kansas City during receivership, the Authority has earned the right to be returned to full local control and to set policies for the continued provision of quality, affordable housing to low-income families in the Kansas City community:


              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-third General Assembly, First Regular Session, the Senate concurring therein, hereby urge Judge Dean Whipple to immediately end the federal receivership of the Housing Authority of Kansas City initiated in 1994 and allow the Board of Commissioners appointed to set policies for the Authority, thereby returning the HAKC to full local control; and


              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief Clerk of the Missouri House of Representatives be instructed to prepare properly inscribed copies of this resolution for Judge Dean Whipple and each member of the Missouri Congressional Delegation.

 



            Mr. Speaker: Your Special Committee on Urban Issues, to which was referred SS SB 95, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass with House Committee Amendment No. 1, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


House Committee Amendment No. 1


AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Bill No. 95, Page 3, Section 701.304, Lines 32-33, by striking the words "levy fines" and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


              "impose administrative penalties"; and


              Further amend said bill, Page 7, Section 701.309, Line 33, by striking the word "inspection" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "results"; and


              Further amend said bill, Page 14, Section 701.337, Line 16, by striking the words "pursuant to" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "thereto".


            Mr. Speaker: Your Special Committee on Urban Issues, to which was referred SS SCS SB 269, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Special Committee on Urban Issues, to which was referred SB 380, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass by Consent, and pursuant to Rule 25(26)(f) be referred to the Committee on Rules.


            Committee on Rules, Chairman Cooper (120) reporting:


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HB 633, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HB 789, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HCS HB 835, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Be Returned to the Committee of Origin.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HB 952, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HCS SCS SB 138, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred SB 180, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HCS SS SCS SB 210, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HCS SS SCS SB 237, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred HCS SCS SB 260, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred SB 268, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred SB 274, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred SCS SB 310, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


            Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, to which was referred SS SCS SB 346, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass, with no time limit for debate.


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 SS SCS SB 2, entitled:


            An act to repeal sections 188.010, 188.015, 188.025, 188.052, 188.055, 188.070, 188.075, 188.080, and 197.200, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof eighteen new sections relating to abortion and alternatives to abortion services, with penalty provisions.


            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 SS SCS SB 144, entitled:


            An act to repeal sections 478.570 and 478.600, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to judicial circuits.


            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 194, entitled:


            An act to repeal section 595.209, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to rights of crime victims.


            In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.




            Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and passed SCS SB 196, entitled:


            An act to repeal section 144.030, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to material recovery operations.


            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 SS SB 220, entitled:


            An act to repeal sections 105.711, 105.726, 537.600, and 537.610, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to civil liability of state agencies, public entities, and the employees thereof, with an emergency clause for certain sections.


            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 SS SB 348, entitled:


            An act to repeal section 324.484, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to exemption of dentists from acupuncture licensing requirements.


            In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.


            Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and passed SCS SB 481, entitled:


            An act to repeal sections 162.675, 162.725, 162.735, and 162.740, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to special education services.


            In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.


SENATE CONSENT BILLS


            Pursuant to Rule 44, the following bills have remained on the Senate Bills for Third Reading Consent Calendar for five legislative days without any objection, and any committee substitutes and committee amendments are hereby adopted by consent: HCS SCS SB 24, SCS SB 68, SB 71, HCS SCS SB 100, HCS SCS SBs 103 & 115, SB 131, SCS SB 133, SB 149, SB 156, SB 178, SB 211, SCS SB 222, HCS SCS SB 246, SB 259, SB 261, SCS SB 266, SCS SB 267, SB 279, SCS SB 289, SB 298, SB 299, SCS SB 302, SB 306, HCS SB 307, SB 318, SB 347, SB 394, SCS SB 407, SB 453, SB 480, HCS SB 490, SCS SB 501, SB 507, SB 516 and SB 518.


            The following member's presence was noted: Marsh.




ADJOURNMENT


            On motion of Representative Dempsey, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Friday, April 22, 2005.


CORRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL


            Correct House Journal, Fifty-ninth Day, Wednesday, April 20, 2005, Page 1146, Line 7, by deleting the numeral “2004" and inserting in lieu thereof the numeral “2005".


            Page 1159, Line 16, by inserting immediately after said line the following:


ADJOURNMENT


            Representative Dempsey moved that the House stand adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Thursday, April 21, 2005.


            Which motion was defeated.


            Page 1173, Line 5, by inserting immediately after said line the following:

 

INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS - APPROPRIATIONS


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


HB 18, introduced by Representative Lager, to appropriate money for capital improvement projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities, including installation, modification, and renovation of facility components, equipment or systems, and to transfer money among certain funds.


HB 19, introduced by Representative Lager, to appropriate money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements including but not limited to major additions and renovations, new structures, and land improvements or acquisitions.


COMMITTEE MEETINGS


BUDGET

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 3.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 18, HB 19


CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 9:30 a.m. House Chamber side gallery.

Executive session will be held on: HB 970


CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Monday, April 25, 2005, House Chamber side gallery upon afternoon adjournment.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearing to be held on: SB 254


FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 6.

Executive session may follow. Meeting to convene at 12:30 p.m.

Public hearings to be held on: HB 965, SB 476


FISCAL REVIEW

Monday, April 25, 2005, Hearing Room 6 upon afternoon adjournment.

Executive session.

Public hearings to be held on: HCS HB 400, HCS HB 649


JOINT COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH, OVERSIGHT SUBCOMMITTEE

Monday, April 25, 2005, 1:30 p.m. Hearing Room 6.

Challenge Fiscal Note: HB 572


JOINT COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 7.

Second quarter meeting.


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION FUNDING

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 8:00 a.m. Hearing Room 5.

Executive session.


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION FUNDING

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 12:00 p.m. Hearing Room 5.

Executive session.


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION FUNDING

Tuesday, April 26, 2005, 7:00 p.m. Hearing Room 6.

Executive session.

Public hearing to be held on: SS SCS SB 287


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS

Wednesday, April 27, 2005, Hearing Room 7 upon morning recess.

Executive session may follow.

Public hearing to be held on: SCS SB 500


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS

Monday, May 2, 2005, Hearing Room 5 upon afternoon adjournment.

Executive session may follow. AMENDED

Public hearings to be held on: HB 911, SCS SCR 6, SCS SCR 8




HOUSE CALENDAR


SIXTY-FIRST DAY, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2005


HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION


1          HCS HB 474 - Yates

2          HCS HB 628 - Byrd

3          HCS HB 255 - Cunningham (86)

4          HCS HB 387 - Byrd

5          HB 572 - Stevenson

6          HCS HB 560 - Wright (137)

7          HCS HB 853 - Loehner

8          HB 291, as amended - Cooper (155)

9          HCS HB 272 - Pratt

10        HCS HB 697 - Lembke

11        HB 721 - Flook

12        HCS HB 671 - Sutherland

13        HCS HB 804 - Smith (118)

14        HB 679 - Kraus

15        HCS HB 91 - Johnson (47)

16        HCS HB 192 - Sander

17        HCS HB 665 - Behnen                                   (2 hours debate on Perfection)

18        HCS HB 742 - Bearden

19        HCS HB 854 - Richard

20        HCS HB 924 - Wallace

21        HCS HB 972 - Jetton

22        HB 952 - Icet

23        HCS HB 231 - Portwood

24        HCS#2 HB 586 - Sander

25        HCS HB 591, 210, 377, 760 & 777 - Schlottach

26        HB 784 - Meadows

27        HB 880 - Hughes

 

HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL


1          HCS HB 639, as amended - Hoskins

2          HB 376 - Guest 

3          HCS HB 519, as amended - Roark                 (3 hours debate on Perfection)


HOUSE BILL FOR PERFECTION - FEDERAL MANDATE


HCS HB 500 & 533 - Faith




HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING


1          HB 375 - Nance

2          HCS HB 532, (Fiscal Review 4-19-05) - Spreng

3          HCS HB 400, (Fiscal Review 4-20-05) - Yates

4          HCS HB 649, (Fiscal Review 4-20-05) - Fares


HOUSE BILL FOR THIRD READING - CONSENT


HCS HB 508, E.C. - Pratt


SENATE BILLS FOR SECOND READING


1          SS SCS SB 2

2          SS SCS SB 144

3          SB 194

4          SCS SB 196

5          SS SB 220

6          SS SB 348

7          SCS SB 481


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION


SCR 2, (3-02-05, Pages 470-471) - Sander


SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION FOR THIRD READING


SS SJR 1 - Chinn


SENATE BILLS FOR THIRD READING - CONSENT


1          HCS SCS SB 24 - Schlottach

2          SCS SB 68 - Yates

3          SB 71 - Nieves

4          HCS SCS SB 100 - Dixon

5          HCS SCS SB 103 & 115 - Yates

6          SB 131 - Yates

7          SCS SB 133 - Yates

8          SB 149 - Stevenson

9          SB 156 - Richard

10        SB 178 - Schaaf

11        SB 211 - Cooper (120)

12        SCS SB 222 - Sutherland

13        HCS SCS SB 246 - Villa

14        SB 259 - Baker (123)

15        SB 261 - Yates

16        SCS SB 266 - Fares

17        SCS SB 267 - Jackson

18        SB 279 - Wasson

19        SCS SB 289 - Tilley

20        SB 298 - Wright-Jones

21        SB 299 - Wright-Jones

22        SCS SB 302 - Cunningham (86)

23        SB 306 - Dethrow

24        HCS SB 307 - Kuessner

25        SB 318 - Cooper (120)

26        SB 347 - Cooper (155)

27        SB 394 - Pearce

28        SCS SB 407 - Lipke

29        SB 453 - St. Onge

30        SB 480 - Kraus

31        HCS SB 490 - Pearce

32        SCS SB 501 - Stefanick

33        SB 507 - Baker (25)

34        SB 516 - Richard

35        SB 518 - Cooper (155)

 

(4/18/05)


1          SCS SB 6 - Lager

2          HCS SB 38 - Ruestman

3          SB 122 - Wright (137)

4          SB 162 - Cooper (155)

5          HCS SB 174, E.C. - Bruns

6          HCS SB 177 - Behnen

7          HCS SCS SB 182 - Rector

8          SB 209 - Pearce

9          HCS SB 216 - Goodman

10        SCS SB 227 - Kuessner

11        HCS SCS SB 238 - Faith

12        SCS SB 247 - Bruns

13        SB 265 - Wood

14        SB 288 - Lager

15        SB 304 - Ervin

16        HCS SB 308 - Pollock

17        SB 317 - Smith (118)

18        SCS SB 354 - Schlottach

19        SB 357 - Johnson (47)

20        HCS SB 364, E.C. - Franz

21        HCS SCS SB 372 - Kuessner

22        SCS SB 374 - Zweifel

23        SB 396 - Sutherland

24        HCS SB 401 - Lembke

25        SB 418 - Lipke

26        HCS SB 422 - Yates

27        HCS SCS SB 423 - Lipke

28        HCS SCS SB 450, E.C. - Portwood

29        SCS SB 496 - Kelly

30        SCS SB 502, E.C. - Portwood

31        SB 521, HCA 1 - Cooper (158)


SENATE BILLS FOR THIRD READING


1          HCS SCS SB 270, E.C. - Richard

2          HCS SB 21 - Stevenson

3          HCS SCS SB 70 - Richard

4          SCS SB 73 - Weter

5          HCS SCS#2 SB 155 - Kingery

6          SCS SB 258 - Baker (123)

7          SB 367 - Deeken

8          SB 378 - Boykins

9          SCS SB 390 - Pratt

10        SB 488, HCA 1 - Robinson

11        HCS SCS SB 10 & 27, E.C. - Lipke

12        SCS SB 170, E.C. - Byrd

13        SS SCS SB 179 - Rector

14        HCS SB 189, E.C. - Icet                                 (1 hour debate on Third Reading)

15        HCS SCS SB 252, E.C. - Pearce

16        SB 280 - Wasson

17        SB 286 - Kingery

18        SB 323 - Cooper (155)

19        SB 479 - May

20        SB 526 - Cunningham (145)

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS


1          HCS HCR 25, (3-10-05, Pages 588-589) - Schlottach

2          HCR 23, (4-13-05, Pages 1033-1034) - Sutherland