House Journal - Day 056



Journal of the House



Second Regular Session, 90th General Assembly


FIFTY-SIXTH DAY, Tuesday, April 18, 2000



Speaker Pro Tem Kreider in the Chair.



Prayer by Reverend Rudy Beard.



Gracious God, our history and our experiences remind us so many times that You do guide us that we should not doubt Your power or presence. There are times when we doubt our beliefs and believe our doubts. In these times, help us to seek Your will and strive to live Your will as we find it. Give to those chosen to lead strength of conviction and dedication to selfless service of the people of Missouri.



Bless these men and women of the House and those who work with them.



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: Katherine Summers, Sybil Paris, Lynnsey Stacey, James W. Russell, Jennifer Thompson, Sonya Brock, Amanda Young, Pakendra Brown, Sieretha Jones, Jessica Miller, Leslie Russell, Hunter Hendricks, Trisha McNeive, McKenzie Mortimer, Hannah Faucett, Maria Gaw, Jared Wortman, Brent Lange, Sarah Conrad, Bethany Bodenhamer, Amanda Chappell, Logan Hickman, Teofil Polocoser, Mallory Bond, Bree Fyffe, Chelsea Fyffe, Brittney Loch, Nate Morley, Boyd Koch, Michael O'Riley, Andrew Swinford, Kim Larabee, Tommy Bloom, Maria Casaleggi, Anna Casaleggi, Becky Schroeder, Kim Schneider, Whitney Richard, Carlo Licea, Joe Kueny, Nathan Jennings, Brad Beaty, Erica Boyce, Cindy Clark, Aaron Treece, Chris Ducos, Barrie Patrick, Stanlee Miller, Rusty Wharton, Nicole (Niki) Wilson, Anthony Mesnier, Trinity Parker, Ben Vasquez, Jonathan Meany, Christian Schaefer, Kristin Becker, Annie Collins, Michael Hart, Tyler Scott, Amber Hewitt, Brent Dunkel, Natalie Meng, Kent Barnett, Jacob Showalter, Amanda Hollingsworth, Jena Pringer, Kelly Boeckman, Alison Braun, Caitlin Donnely, Stephanie Hill, Hillary Rutledge, A.J. Neal, Katie Sargent, James Pratt, Hannah Hicks, John Barnes, Jennifer Lyeki, Becky Rotert, Jessica Althouse, Jacob Boehler, Cole Jurgensmeyer, Rachel Lyday, Ryan Williams, Rebecca Stanley, Eric Harris, Lauren Walkenhorst, Sarah Farnan, Annie Tetor, Natalie Johnson, Jessica Ramsey, Katie Demski, Paula Leach, Tania Mantia, Kyla Holweg, Cybil Paris, Katie Fowler, Drew Cotton, Daniel Bauer, Dustin Bauer, Caleb Ridge, Arielle Gault, Cassie Hussey, Kyle Constant, Katie Dodd, Liana Presser, Nuzhat Chowdhury, Natalie Vargas, Chelsea Page, Ellen Beverley, Sonja Vignale, Alicia Seibel, Meg Burke, Mairi Lough, Derek Loudermilk, Adam Brauer, Megan Pfander, Kelly Bauer, Sheila Bauer, Toni Roper, Alyssa Brown, Aminat Danmole, Liana Boone, Shawn Fitzpatrick, Kevin Pratt, Chrissie Haislup, Rebecca Johnson and Kristi Voytas.







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



AYES: 085



Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher 48 Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Brooks Campbell Clayton Crump Curls

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty Farnen

Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin Fraser

Gambaro George Graham 24 Gratz Green

Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harlan Hickey

Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Kelly 27

Kennedy Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Leake Liese Luetkenhaus May 108

Mays 50 McBride McKenna McLuckie Merideth

Monaco Murray O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt

Parker Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley

Rizzo Scheve Schilling Seigfreid Selby

Shelton Skaggs Smith Thompson Treadway

Troupe Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins

Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker



NOES: 073



Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bartle Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt

Boatright Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons Graham 106

Griesheimer Gross Hanaway Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124

Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Howerton

Kelley 47 King Klindt Legan Levin

Linton Long Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble

McClelland Miller Murphy Myers Naeger

Nordwald Ostmann Patek Phillips Pouche 30

Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart Richardson

Robirds Ross Sallee Schwab Scott

Secrest Shields Summers Surface Townley

Tudor Vogel Wright



PRESENT: 000



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004



Kasten Lograsso Ridgeway Stokan



VACANCIES: 001



HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED



House Resolution No. 1158 - Representative Monaco

House Resolution No. 1159

and

House Resolution No. 1160 - Representative Merideth

House Resolution No. 1161 - Representative Ward

SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS



HB 2164 through HB 2166 were read the second time.





COMMITTEE REPORT



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



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Rules, Joint Rules and Bills Perfected and Printed, to which was referred HCS HB 1113, HB 1121 and HB 1881, begs leave to report it has examined the same and finds them to be truly perfected and that the printed copies thereof furnished the members are correct.



PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILLS



HCS HB 1932, relating to managed care, was placed on the Informal Calendar.



HB 1728, with House Committee Amendment No. 1, relating to state purchasing, was placed on the Informal Calendar.



HCS HBs 1489, 1488 & 1650, with House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 2, House Amendment No. 2 and HS, pending, relating to immunizations of school children, was taken up by Representative Kennedy.



House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 2 was withdrawn.



Representative Legan offered House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 2.



House Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill Nos. 1489, 1488 & 1650, Page 2, Section 167.181.3, Line 24, by inserting after the word "beliefs," the following:



", philosophical beliefs"; and



Further amend said subsection, Page 3, Line 1, by adding after the word "objection" the following:



"is philosophical, a notarized statement must also be provided to the school administrator. If the objection".



Representative Abel assumed the Chair.



Representative Crump moved the previous question on House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 2.



Which motion was adopted by the following vote:





AYES: 084



Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher 48 Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Brooks Campbell Clayton Crump Curls

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty Farnen

Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin Fraser

Gambaro George Graham 24 Gratz Green

Gunn Hampton Harlan Hickey Hilgemann

Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Kelly 27 Kennedy

Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Liese Luetkenhaus May 108 Mays 50

McBride McKenna McLuckie Merideth Monaco

Murray O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Parker

Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley Rizzo

Scheve Schilling Seigfreid Selby Shelton

Skaggs Smith Thompson Treadway Troupe

Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker



NOES: 073



Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bartle Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt

Boatright Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons Griesheimer

Gross Hanaway Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hegeman

Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Howerton Kelley 47

King Klindt Legan Levin Linton

Lograsso Long Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble

McClelland Miller Murphy Myers Naeger

Nordwald Ostmann Patek Phillips Pouche 30

Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart Richardson

Robirds Ross Sallee Schwab Scott

Secrest Shields Summers Surface Townley

Tudor Vogel Wright



PRESENT: 000



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005



Graham 106 Hagan-Harrell Kasten Ridgeway Stokan



VACANCIES: 001



Representative Legan moved that House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 2 be adopted.



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 075



Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bartle Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt

Boatright Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons Graham 106

Gratz Griesheimer Gross Hanaway Hartzler 123

Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin Holand

Howerton Kelley 47 King Klindt Koller

Legan Levin Linton Lograsso Long

Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble Miller Murphy

Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Patek

Phillips Pouche 30 Pryor Purgason Reid

Reinhart Richardson Robirds Ross Sallee

Schwab Scott Secrest Shields Summers

Surface Townley Vogel Wagner Wright



NOES: 082



Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher 48 Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Brooks Campbell Clayton Crump Curls

Davis 122 Days Dougherty Farnen Fitzwater

Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro

George Graham 24 Green Gunn Hampton

Harlan Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe

Hosmer Kelly 27 Kennedy Kissell Kreider

Lakin Lawson Leake Liese Luetkenhaus

May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna

McLuckie Merideth Monaco Murray O'Connor

O'Toole Overschmidt Parker Ransdall Relford

Reynolds Riley Rizzo Scheve Schilling

Seigfreid Selby Shelton Skaggs Smith

Thompson Treadway Troupe Tudor Van Zandt

Ward Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson 25

Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker



PRESENT: 000



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 005



Davis 63 Hagan-Harrell Kasten Ridgeway Stokan



VACANCIES: 001



Representative Hollingsworth offered House Substitute Amendment No. 2 for House Amendment No. 2.



House Substitute Amendment No. 2

for

House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill Nos. 1489, 1488 & 1650, Page 2, Section 167.181, Line 24 of said page, by inserting after the word "beliefs" the following:



", philosophical beliefs"; and



Further amend said section, Page 3, Line 1, by adding after the word "objection" the following:



"is philosophical, a notarized statement must also be provided annually to the school administrator. If the objection"; and



Further amend said section, Page 3, Line 3 of said page, by adding at the end of said line the following:



"Philosophical objections shall be permitted only for varicella and hepatitis A".



Speaker Pro Tem Kreider resumed the Chair.



Speaker Gaw assumed the Chair.



On motion of Representative Hollingsworth, House Substitute Amendment No. 2 for House Amendment No. 2 was adopted.



HCS HBs 1489, 1488 & 1650, with HS, as amended, pending, was laid over.



REFERRAL OF SENATE BILL



The following Senate Bill was referred to the Committee indicated:



SS SB 902 - Professional Registration and Licensing



RE-REFERRAL OF SENATE BILL



The following Senate Bill was re-referred to the Committee indicated:



SCS SB 597 - Children, Youth and Families



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



AFTERNOON SESSION



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



The Speaker appointed the following to act as an Honorary Page for the Day, to serve without compensation: Maija Suzanne Prins Steinberg.



RESOLUTION



Representative Skaggs offered House Resolution No. 1163



HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED



House Resolution No. 1162 - Representative Boykins

House Resolution No. 1164 - Representative Legan

House Resolution No. 1165 - Representative Howerton

House Resolution No. 1166 - Representative Hartzler (124)

House Resolution No. 1167 - Representative Abel



REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILL



The following House Bill was referred to the Committee indicated:



HB 1881 - Fiscal Review (Fiscal Note)











PERFECTION OF HOUSE BILLS



HCS HBs 1489, 1488 & 1650, with HS, as amended, pending, relating to immunizations of school children, was again taken up by Representative Kennedy and placed on the Informal Calendar.



Representative Abel resumed the Chair.



HCS HB 1762, relating to agricultural marketing, was taken up by Representative Williams (159).



Representative Williams (159) offered HS HCS HB 1762.



Representative Kreider offered House Amendment No. 1.



House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1762, Page 8, Section 261.038, Line 22 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:



"Section 1. 1. Sections 1 to 3 of this act shall be known and may be cited as the "Farmland Protection Act".

2. The purpose of the farmland protection act shall be to:

(1) Protect agricultural, horticultural and forestry land;

(2) Promote the continued economic viability of agriculture, horticulture and forestry as a business;

(3) Promote the continued economic viability of those businesses dependent on providing materials, equipment and services to agriculture, horticulture or forestry; and

(4) Promote quality of life in the agriculture community.

Section 2. 1. The state or any political subdivision shall hold water and sewer assessments in abeyance, without interest, until improvements on such property are connected to the water or sewer system for which the assessment was made.

2. This section shall only apply to tracts of real property:

(1) Comprised of ten or more contiguous acres; and

(2) Used as agricultural or single family residential property or both; and

(3) Not in a platted subdivision.

3. At the time improvements on such property are connected to either the water or sewer system, the owner shall pay to the political subdivision an amount equal to the proportionate charge for the number of system lines connected to improvements on such property.

4. The owner shall not be charged based on the total cost of running the water or sewer assessments to or across the owner's real property. Rather, the assessment shall be based on:

(1) A reasonable hookup charge; and

(2) A proportionate charge for the number of improvements requested to be connected to such assessments in relation to the total capacity of the system; and

(3) The anticipated proportionate burden to the system.

5. The period of abeyance shall end when the owner exercises the option to connect to the improvements for which the assessment was made.

6. When the period of abeyance ends, the assessment is payable in accordance with the terms set out in the assessment resolution, so long as said terms are not inconsistent with sections 1 to 3 of this act. To the extent that such terms are inconsistent, the provisions of sections 1 to 3 of this act shall control.

7. Statutes of limitations are suspended during the time that any assessment is held in abeyance without interest.

8. The political subdivision responsible for assessments shall notify the owner of the amount proposed to be charged and the terms of payment for each improvement requested to be connected to said assessment. The notice shall:

(1) Be provided in writing to the owner at the address provided by the owner as the address for receiving receipt of notice;

(2) Be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested within forty-five days of receipt of the request for hookup from the owner;

(3) State in the body of the letter as follows: "As owner of the property proposed to be assessed, you have thirty days from the date of receipt of this notice to accept, in writing, the amount of the assessment stated herein or to appeal the amount to the circuit court of the county where the real property is located".

9. If the owner disputes the amount of assessment when the period of abeyance ends, the owner may appeal the amount of the assessment to the circuit court of the county in which the application was filed within thirty days of the receipt of the notice.

10. Nothing in this section is intended to diminish the authority of counties to hold assessments in abeyance.

Section 3. Property subject to the farmland protection act may not be taken in whole or in part by any political subdivision of this state by eminent domain except after a public hearing pursuant to chapter 610, RSMo."; and



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



Speaker Gaw resumed the Chair.



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



Representative Graham (24) offered House Amendment No. 2.



House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1762, Page 1, Section A, Line 12 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:



"32.105. As used in sections 32.100 to 32.125, the following terms mean:

(1) "Affordable housing assistance activities", money, real or personal property, or professional services expended or devoted to the construction, or rehabilitation of affordable housing units;

(2) "Affordable housing unit", a residential unit generally occupied by persons and families with incomes at or below the levels described in this subdivision and bearing a cost to the occupant no greater than thirty percent of the maximum eligible household income for the affordable housing unit. In the case of owner-occupied units, the cost to the occupant shall be considered the amount of the gross monthly mortgage payment, including casualty insurance, mortgage insurance, and taxes. In the case of rental units, the cost to the occupant shall be considered the amount of the gross rent. The cost to the occupant shall include the cost of any utilities, other than telephone. If any utilities are paid directly by the occupant, the maximum cost that may be paid by the occupant is to be reduced by a utility allowance prescribed by the commission. Persons or families are eligible occupants of affordable housing units if the household combined, adjusted gross income as defined by the commission is equal to or less than the following percentages of the median family income for the geographic area in which the residential unit is located, or the median family income for the state of Missouri, whichever is larger; ("geographic area" means the metropolitan area or county designated as an area by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development under Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, for purposes of determining fair market rental rates):



Percent of State or

Geographic Area Family

Size of Household Median Income

One Person 35%

Two Persons 40%

Three Persons 45%

Four Persons 50%

Five Persons 54%

Six Persons 58%

Seven Persons 62%

Eight Persons 66%

(3) "Business firm", person, firm, a partner in a firm, corporation or a shareholder in an S corporation doing business in the state of Missouri and subject to the state income tax imposed by the provisions of chapter 143, RSMo, or a corporation subject to the annual corporation franchise tax imposed by the provisions of chapter 147, RSMo, or an insurance company paying an annual tax on its gross premium receipts in this state, or other financial institution paying taxes to the state of Missouri or any political subdivision of this state pursuant to the provisions of chapter 148, RSMo, or an express company which pays an annual tax on its gross receipts in this state;

(4) "Commission", the Missouri housing development commission;

(5) "Community services", any type of counseling and advice, emergency assistance or medical care furnished to individuals or groups in the state of Missouri or transportation services at below-cost rates as provided in sections 208.250 to 208.275, RSMo;

(6) "Crime prevention", any activity which aids in the reduction of crime in the state of Missouri;

(7) "Defense industry contractor", a person, corporation or other entity which will be or has been negatively impacted as a result of its status as a prime contractor of the Department of Defense or as a second or third tier contractor. A "second tier contractor" means a person, corporation or other entity which contracts to perform manufacturing, maintenance or repair services for a prime contractor of the Department of Defense, and a "third tier contractor" means a person, corporation or other entity which contracts with a person, corporation or other entity which contracts with a prime contractor of the Department of Defense;

(8) "Doing business", among other methods of doing business in the state of Missouri, a partner in a firm or a shareholder in an S corporation shall be deemed to be doing business in the state of Missouri if such firm or S corporation, as the case may be, is doing business in the state of Missouri;

(9) "Economic development", the acquisition, renovation, improvement, or the furnishing or equipping of existing buildings and real estate in distressed or blighted areas of the state when such acquisition, renovation, improvement, or the furnishing or equipping of the business development projects will result in the creation or retention of jobs within the state; or, until June 30, 1996, a defense conversion pilot project located in a standard metropolitan statistical area which contains a city with a population of at least three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants, which will assist Missouri-based defense industry contractors in their conversion from predominately defense-related contracting to nondefense-oriented manufacturing. Only neighborhood organizations, as defined in subdivision (13) of this section, may apply to conduct economic development projects. Prior to the approval of an economic development project, the neighborhood organization shall enter into a contractual agreement with the department of economic development. Credits approved for economic development projects may not exceed four million dollars from within any one fiscal year's allocation. Neighborhood assistance program tax credits for economic development projects and affordable housing assistance as defined in section 32.111, may be transferred, sold or assigned by a notarized endorsement thereof naming the transferee;

(10) "Education", any type of scholastic instruction or scholarship assistance to an individual who resides in the state of Missouri that enables the individual to prepare himself or herself for better opportunities or community awareness activities rendered by a statewide organization established for the purpose of archeological education and preservation;

(11) "Eligible farmer's market", a group of farmers, each of whom farms agricultural land located within this state which he or she rents or owns, and who have formed a group for the purpose of allowing each member farmer to sell his or her products derived from his or her farming activities to the public at a common structure or building when at least fifty percent of the costs of such structure or building are paid for by such group of farmers;

(12) "Farms" and "farming activities", using or cultivating land for the production of (a) agricultural crops; (b) livestock or livestock products; (c) poultry or poultry products; (d) milk or dairy products; or (e) fruit or other horticultural products, provided; however, "farms" and "farming activities" shall not include a processor of farm products or a distributor of farming supplies contracting to provide spraying, harvesting or other farming services;

(13) "Homeless assistance pilot project", the program established pursuant to section 32.117;

[(12)] (14) "Job training", any type of instruction to an individual who resides in the state of Missouri that enables the individual to acquire vocational skills so that the individual can become employable or be able to seek a higher grade of employment;

[(13)] (15) "Neighborhood organization", any organization performing community services or economic development activities in the state of Missouri and:

(a) Holding a ruling from the Internal Revenue Service of the United States Department of the Treasury that the organization is exempt from income taxation pursuant to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code; or

(b) Incorporated in the state of Missouri as a not for profit corporation pursuant to the provisions of chapter 355, RSMo; or

(c) Designated as a community development corporation by the United States government pursuant to the provisions of Title VII of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964;

[(14)] (16) "Physical revitalization", furnishing financial assistance, labor, material, or technical advice to aid in the physical improvement or rehabilitation of any part or all of a neighborhood area;

[(15)] (17) "S corporation", a corporation described in Section 1361(a)(1) of the United States Internal Revenue Code and not subject to the taxes imposed by section 143.071, RSMo, by reason of section 143.471, RSMo;

[(16)] (18) "Workfare renovation project", any project initiated pursuant to sections 215.340 to 215.355, RSMo."; and



Further amend said bill, Page 8, Section 261.038, Line 22 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:



"261.110. 1. The department of agriculture shall develop standards and labeling for organic farming.

2. The department of agriculture shall adopt rules to implement the provisions of this section.

3. No rule or portion of a rule promulgated pursuant to the authority of this section shall become effective unless it has been promulgated pursuant to the provisions of chapter 536, RSMo."; and



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



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



The Chair ruled the point of order not well taken.



On motion of Representative Graham (24), House Amendment No. 2 was adopted.



Representative Hartzler (124) offered House Amendment No. 3.



Representative Clayton raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 3 goes beyond the scope of the bill.



The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.



On motion of Representative Williams (159), HS HCS HB 1762, as amended, was adopted.



On motion of Representative Williams (159), HS HCS HB 1762, as amended, was ordered perfected and printed.



HB 1464, relating to funeral merchandising practices, was taken up by Representative Ransdall.



On motion of Representative Ransdall, HB 1464 was ordered perfected and printed.



HB 1326, relating to public service commission orders, was taken up by Representative Mays (50).



Speaker Pro Tem Kreider resumed the Chair.



On motion of Representative Mays (50), HB 1326 was ordered perfected and printed.



PERFECTION OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION



HJR 40, relating to compensation of elected officials, was taken up by Representative Graham (24).



Representative Dougherty assumed the Chair.



Representative Scott offered House Amendment No. 1.



House Amendment No. 1 was withdrawn.



Representative Scott offered House Amendment No. 1.



House Amendment No. 1



AMEND House Joint Resolution No. 40, Page 1, Section 3, Line 1, by placing a bracket before Section 3; and



Further amend said bill, Page 4, Line 91, by placing a bracket after assembly.; and



Further amend said bill by removal of the internal brackets and boldface.



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



Which motion was defeated by the following vote:



AYES: 066



Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bennett Boatright Burton Chrismer Cierpiot

Clayton Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz

Evans Foster Gibbons Graham 106 Gratz

Griesheimer Gross Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin

Holand Howerton King Kissell Klindt

Koller Legan Levin Linton Lograsso

Long Loudon Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble

McClelland Miller Murphy Myers Naeger

Nordwald Ostmann Phillips Pouche 30 Purgason

Reid Reinhart Richardson Rizzo Robirds

Ross Sallee Schwab Scott Secrest

Shields Summers Surface Townley Vogel

Wright







NOES: 089



Abel Backer Bartle Berkowitz Berkstresser

Black Blunt Bonner Boucher 48 Boykins

Bray 84 Britt Brooks Campbell Champion

Curls Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty

Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin

Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill George

Graham 24 Green Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton

Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hickey

Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Kelly 27

Kennedy Kreider Lakin Lawson Leake

Liese May 108 Mays 50 McBride McKenna

McLuckie Merideth Monaco Murray O'Connor

O'Toole Overschmidt Parker Patek Pryor

Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley Scheve

Schilling Seigfreid Selby Shelton Skaggs

Smith Thompson Treadway Troupe Tudor

Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson 25 Wilson 42 Mr. Speaker



PRESENT: 000



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007



Auer Barry 100 Crump Kasten Kelley 47

Ridgeway Stokan



VACANCIES: 001



Representative Blunt offered House Amendment No. 2.



House Amendment No. 2



AMEND House Joint Resolution No. 40, Page 4, Line 91, by inserting after said line the following:



"The General Assembly shall never appropriate funds which retroactively increase a member's salary."; and



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



Speaker Pro Tem Kreider resumed the Chair.



On motion of Representative Blunt, House Amendment No. 2 was adopted by the following vote:



AYES: 128



Abel Alter Backer Ballard Barnett

Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bennett Berkowitz Berkstresser

Black Blunt Boatright Bonner Boucher 48

Bray 84 Britt Burton Campbell Champion

Chrismer Cierpiot Crawford Davis 122 Days

Dolan Elliott Enz Evans Fitzwater

Foley Foster Franklin Fraser Froelker

Gambaro Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106

Graham 24 Gratz Green Griesheimer Gross

Hampton Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124

Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hohulin Holand

Hollingsworth Hoppe Howerton Kelly 27 Kissell

Klindt Koller Kreider Lawson Leake

Legan Levin Liese Linton Lograsso

Loudon Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble May 108

Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna McLuckie

Merideth Miller Monaco Murray Myers

Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Overschmidt Parker

Patek Phillips Pouche 30 Pryor Purgason

Ransdall Reid Reinhart Relford Reynolds

Richardson Rizzo Robirds Sallee Scheve

Schilling Schwab Scott Secrest Seigfreid

Selby Shields Smith Summers Surface

Thompson Townley Treadway Tudor Vogel

Ward Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson 25

Wilson 42 Wright Mr. Speaker



NOES: 017



Clayton Curls Davis 63 Dougherty Farnen

Ford Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hilgemann Kennedy

O'Connor O'Toole Ross Shelton Skaggs

Troupe Van Zandt



PRESENT: 003



Boykins Brooks Riley



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 014



Akin Auer Barry 100 Crump Hosmer

Kasten Kelley 47 King Lakin Long

Murphy Ridgeway Stokan Wagner



VACANCIES: 001



Representative Purgason requested verification of the roll call on the adoption of House Amendment No. 2.



Representative Hanaway offered House Amendment No. 3.



House Amendment No. 3



AMEND House Joint Resolution No. 40, Page 4, Line 91, by inserting after all of said line the following:



"12. The schedule of compensation shall not become effective until it is approved by a majority of those qualified voters in this state voting on the first Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 2002, or at a special election to be called by the governor for that purpose and every two years thereafter.".



HJR 40, as amended, with House Amendment No. 3, pending, was laid over.



REFERRAL OF HOUSE RESOLUTION



The following House Resolution was referred to the Committee indicated:



HR 1163 - Accounts, Operations and Finance



COMMITTEE REPORTS



Committee on Critical Issues, Chairman Harlan reporting:



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Critical Issues, to which was referred HB 1649, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that the House Committee Substitute Do Pass.



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



Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions, to which was referred HB 1368, begs leave to report it has examined the same and recommends that it Do Pass.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILL - APPROPRIATIONS



The following House Bill was read the first time and copies ordered printed:



HB 1122, introduced by Representative Franklin, to appropriate money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government, and for the payment of various claims for refunds, for persons, firms, and corporations, and for other purposes, and to transfer money among certain funds, from the funds designated for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2000.



INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILL



The following House Bill was read the first time and copies ordered printed:



HB 2167, introduced by Representative Dougherty, relating to operation of motor vehicles.



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 adopted SCR 29.



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 29

WHEREAS, the General Assembly finds, for the purpose of streamlining and simplifying sales and use tax imposition and collection for the twenty-first century, that:



Missouri should simplify sales and use taxes to reduce the administrative burden on the collection of sales and use taxes by both single state and multistate taxpayers and vendors;

State and local tax systems should treat transactions in a competitively neutral manner;

A simplified sales and use tax system that treats all transactions in a competitively neutral manner will strengthen and preserve the sales and use tax as vital state and local revenue sources and will preserve state fiscal sovereignty;

Remote sellers should neither receive preferential tax treatment at the expense of local "main street" merchants, nor be burdened with special, discriminatory or multiple taxes; and

While states have the sovereign right to set their own tax policies, states working together have the opportunity to develop a more simple, uniform and fair system of state sales and use taxation without federal government mandates of interference; and



WHEREAS, the General Assembly directs the Missouri Department of Revenue to enter into discussions with other states regarding the development of a multistate, voluntary, streamlined system for sales and use tax collection and administration. Such discussions shall focus on a system that would have the capability to determine whether transactions are taxable or tax exempt, the appropriate tax rate applicable to transactions, the total tax due on transactions, the provision of a method to collect and remit sales and use taxes to the state and the development of a joint request for information from potential public and private parties governing the specification for the system; and



WHEREAS, discussions between the Department of Revenue and other states may also include, but shall not be limited to providing compensation for the costs of collecting and remitting sales and use taxes; the mechanism for compensating parties for the development and operation of such system; the establishment of minimum statutory simplification measures necessary for state participation in such system; and the establishment of measures to preserve confidentiality of taxpayer information and privacy rights of consumers; and



WHEREAS, upon the conclusion of its discussions with other state, the Department of Revenue shall issue a joint request for information; and



WHEREAS, the Department of Revenue is authorized to participate in a sales tax pilot project with other states and selected businesses to test means for simplifying sales and use tax administration, and to enter into joint agreements, which terminate no later than December 31, 2001, for that purpose. Agreements to participate in the test shall establish provisions for the administration, imposition and collection of sales and use taxes resulting in revenues paid that are equal to those that would otherwise be paid pursuant to chapter 144, RSMo. Parties to the agreements are excused from complying with the provisions of chapter 144, RSMo, to the extent a different procedure is required by the agreements, except for confidentiality of taxpayer information as discussed in this resolution; and



WHEREAS, tax return information submitted to any party or parties' action for and on behalf of this state shall be treated as confidential taxpayer information. Disclosure of confidential taxpayer information shall only be made pursuant to a written agreement between the Department of Revenue and the party or parties. Such party or parties shall be bound by the same requirements of confidentiality as the Department of Revenue pursuant to section 32.057, RSMo; and



WHEREAS, the General Assembly herein creates the Multistate Tax Compact Advisory Committee to provide legislative oversight of this effort. The committee shall consist of two members of the Senate appointed by the President Pro Tem, two members of the House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker, the director of the Department of Revenue, the Attorney General and his or her designee, and a member of the Governor's staff to be designated by the Governor. The committee shall meet on a monthly basis at the request of the director of the Department of Revenue, who shall be the chairman, or more often if requested by a majority of the committee members; and



WHEREAS, the committee shall provide a quarterly report on the progress of the multistate tax discussion and other tax simplification efforts to the President Pro Tem of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Governor. By October 1, 2001, the committee shall also provide to the President Pro Tem of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Governor a final report on the status of multistate discussions, including information as to whether a proposed system has been agreed upon by participating states and whether or not Missouri should participate in such agreed upon system:



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Missouri Senate, Ninetieth General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby determine that streamlining and simplifying sales and use tax systems in this state will promote commerce in this state and hereby direct the Department of Revenue to work toward the goal of streamlining and simplifying sales and use taxes in this state in a manner as specified herein and as overseen by the Multistate Tax Compact Advisory Committee created herein; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate be instructed to prepare properly inscribed copies of this resolution for the Department of Revenue.



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 adopted SCR 35.



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 35



WHEREAS, the members of the Missouri General Assembly deem it fitting and proper to honor citizens who have served this state and have touched the lives of many individuals; and



WHEREAS, Hardin Charles Cox was born on March 4, 1928 in Rock Port, Missouri; and



WHEREAS, Hardin C. Cox was educated at Rock Port Public Schools and the University of Missouri-Columbia where he received a degree in business and public administration; and



WHEREAS, while attending the University of Missouri, Hardin C. Cox was a member of the football team and participated in the 1945 Cotton Bowl and the 1948 Gator Bowl games; and



WHEREAS, on January 6, 1952, Hardin C. Cox married Miss Virginia Ann Heifner and they have two sons, Charles and Mark; and



WHEREAS, Hardin C. Cox served the United States Army, Japan Occupational Force Signal Corps, 1946-1948 as a corporal and United States Artillery, United States Forces in Korea, 1952-1953 as a first lieutenant; and



WHEREAS, Hardin C. Cox served in the Missouri General Assembly as a Representative and a Senator; was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 1964 and served until 1972 and was elected to the Senate in 1974 and served until 1982; and



WHEREAS, Hardin C. Cox has owned and operated Cox and Son Insurance Agency and the Hardin Cox Real Estate, Farm Loan Agency since 1953:



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Missouri Senate, Ninetieth General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby join in honoring Hardin C. Cox, by designating the tourist information center located on interstate highway 29 in Atchison County as the "Hardin C. Cox Missouri Information Center"; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate be instructed to prepare a properly inscribed copy of this resolution for the Missouri Department of Tourism.



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 adopted SCR 36.



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 36



WHEREAS, care for the elderly constitutes a vital service within the State of Missouri; and



WHEREAS, the delivery of care and other services to the elderly is a complex issue and deserving of organized study and review; and



WHEREAS, the Division of Aging is an integral part of the management and delivery of care and other services to the elderly; and



WHEREAS, the organization and oversight of the Division of Aging by the Department of Social Services is in a period of re-evaluation and little time exists to study the best overall solution:





NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Missouri Senate, Ninetieth General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby establish the "Joint Interim Committee on the Transfer of the Division of Aging" to be composed of seven members of the Senate and seven members of the House of Representatives; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the committee shall make an in-depth study of the transfer of the Division of Aging and shall determine the benefits or detriments, including the financial ramifications, of such a transfer on the elderly population. The committee shall make such recommendations as it deems necessary and shall be authorized to function from August 1, 2000, to January 5, 2001; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the President Pro Tem of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall appoint the members of the committee by July 1, 2000, and such committee shall meet within ten days of its establishment and organize by selecting a chairman and vice-chairman, one of whom shall be a member of the Senate and the other a member of the House of Representatives; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the committee shall prepare a report, together with its recommendations for any legislative action it deems necessary for submission to the Governor and the General Assembly by December 1, 2000; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the staff of Senate Research and House Research and the Committee on Legislative Research shall provide such legal, clerical, technical and bill drafting services as the committee may require in the performance of its duties. The expenses of each staff shall be paid from the contingency fund of their respective departments; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Missouri Senate be instructed to prepare properly inscribed copies of this resolution for the Governor, the President Pro Tem of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.



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 adopted SCR 37.



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 37



Authorizes the creation of the Missouri-Mississippi River Delta Authority.



WHEREAS, the President of the United States has proposed the creation of a Mississippi Delta Regional Authority; and



WHEREAS, the Mississippi Delta Regional Authority would bring the resources of a Federal-State partnership to the region for economic growth and to provide the infrastructure and job training needed to make prosperity possible in the Delta; and



WHEREAS, the seven affected counties in Missouri desire to participate with the Mississippi Delta Regional Authority in any policy development and programs for the Delta area:



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Missouri Senate, Ninetieth General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby authorize the creation of the "Missouri-Mississippi River Delta Authority" which shall participate in any policy development and subsequent programs created by the Mississippi Delta Regional Authority; and





BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Missouri-Mississippi River Delta Authority shall make recommendations to the General Assembly regarding policy development, programs and interstate compacts; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Missouri-Mississippi River Delta Authority shall be composed of one county commissioner from each of the counties of Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Dunklin, Stoddard and Butler; two members of the Senate, appointed by the President Pro Tem, both of whom represent the area included in the authority; and two members of the House of Representatives, appointed by the Speaker, both of whom represent the area included in the authority; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Economic Development shall provide professional, legal and clerical staff for the Missouri-Mississippi River Delta Authority; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate be instructed to prepare a properly inscribed copy of this resolution for Governor Mel Carnahan.



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 HCS HB 1101, entitled:



An act to appropriate money to the Board of Fund Commissioners for the cost of issuing and processing State Water Pollution Control Bonds, Stormwater Control Bonds, Third State Building Bonds and Fourth State Building Bonds, as provided by law, to include payments from the Water Pollution Control Bond and Interest Fund, Stormwater Control Bond and Interest Fund, Third Sate Building Bond Interest and Sinking Fund, Fourth State Building Bond and Interest Fund, Water Pollution Control Fund and Stormwater Control Fund, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001.



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 HCS HB 1102, entitled:



An act to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds and for the investment in registered bonds of the State Public School Fund by the State Board of Education for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001.



With Senate Amendment No. 2



Senate Amendment No. 2



AMEND Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1102 , Page 3, Section 2.020, Line 26, by inserting after "Development" the following:



"; provided that for any district which has, for at least five years immediately preceding the year in which the error is discovered, adopted a calender for the school term in which elementary schools are in session for twelve months of each calendar year, any error made in the apportionment of state aid to such district because of a difference between the actual number of eligible pupils and the estimated number of eligible pupils shall be corrected as provided in section 163.091, RSMo, and subsection 1 of section 163.036, RSMo, except that if the amount paid exceeds the amount to which the district was actually entitled by more than five percent and the district provides written application to the state board requesting that the deductions be made pursuant to this section, then the amounts shall be deducted pursuant to this section. For deductions made pursuant to this section, interest at the rate of six percent shall be charged on the excess and shall be included in the amount deducted and the total amount of such excess plus accrued interest shall be deducted from the district's apportionment in equal monthly amounts beginning with the succeeding school year and extending for a period of months specified by the district in its written request and no longer than sixty months".



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 HCS HB 1103, entitled:



An act to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions, programs, and institutions of higher education included therein to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001.



With Senate Amendment No. 1



Senate Amendment No. 1



AMEND Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1103, Pages 2 and 3, Section 3.040, Lines 3 and 4, by striking "$292,060" on Page 2, Line 3, and placing in lieu thereof "$331,959" and by striking "$200,593" on Page 3, Line 4, and placing in lieu thereof "$160,694".



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 HCS HB 1104, entitled:



An act to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation, and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001.



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 HCS HB 1105, entitled:



An act to appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Department of Transportation, and the Chief Executive's Office, and the several divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, and to transfer money among certain funds for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001.



With Senate Amendment No. 1 and Senate Amendment No. 2







Senate Amendment No. 1



AMEND Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1105, Pages 15 and 16, Section 5.300, by deleting the Section in its entirety; and



Further amend said bill, Page 16, Section 5.305, by deleting the Section in its entirety.



Senate Amendment No. 2



AMEND Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1105, Page 2, Section 5.015, Line 7, by deleting the number "75,630" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "37,815"; and



Further amend said section, Line 8, by deleting the number "11,200" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "5,600"; and



Further amend said section, Line 9, by deleting the number "86,830" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "43,415"; and



Further amend said section, by deleting line 10, and inserting in lieu thereof the following:



"Total (Not to exceed 31.80) .$1,706,415".



In which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.

ADJOURNMENT



On motion of Representative Foley, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 19, 2000.



CORRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL



Correct House Journal, Fifty-fifth Day, Monday, April 17, 2000, pages 962 and 963, roll call, by showing Representative Champion voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 964 and 965, roll call, by showing Representative Fitzwater voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".



COMMITTEE MEETINGS



ACCOUNTS, OPERATIONS, AND FINANCE

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 9:45 am. Room 414.



APPROPRIATIONS - SOCIAL SERVICES AND CORRECTIONS

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 3.

Dept. of Social Services Division of Family Services Re: CTS Funds.



BUDGET

Wednesday, April 19, 2000. Hearing Room 3 upon morning adjournment.

Possible Executive Session. To be considered - HB 1122



CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Wednesday, April 19, 2000, 8:00 am. Hearing Room 1.

AMENDED. To be considered - SB 944, SB 1051,

Executive Session - SB 617, Executive Session - SB 757



CORRECTIONAL AND STATE INSTITUTIONS

Wednesday, April 19, 2000. Hearing Room 4 upon morning adjournment.

Executive Session to follow.

To be considered - SB 1059



CRIMINAL LAW

Wednesday, April 19, 2000. Hearing Room 1 upon morning adjournment.

To be considered - HB 1188, HB 2103, SB 934



ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 7.

Executive Session may follow.

To be considered - SB 577



FISCAL REVIEW

Wednesday, April 19, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 6.

Executive Session.

To be considered - HB 1569, HB 1711



JOINT COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, POLICY AND PLANNING

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 1.

Enterprise zones. Regarding application extensions.



MISCELLANEOUS BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 9:00 am. Hearing Room 4.

To be considered - HCR 31, HCR 34, HR 504, HR 550, HR 557, HR 573



PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION AND LICENSING

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 9:00 am. Side gallery.

Possible Executive Session.

To be considered - SB 850, SB 902



SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH

Wednesday, April 19, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 4.

Discussing mental health ombudsman legislation.



UTILITIES REGULATION

Thursday, April 20, 2000, 8:30 am. Hearing Room 6.

Executive Session may or may not follow. AMENDED.

To be considered - HB 1778, HB 1842, HB 1895



HOUSE CALENDAR



FIFTY-SEVENTH DAY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2000



HOUSE BILL FOR SECOND READING

HB 2167



HOUSE BILL FOR SECOND READING - APPROPRIATIONS

HB 1122



HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS FOR PERFECTION

1 HJR 40, as amended, HA 3, pending - Graham (24)

2 HJR 42 - Williams (121)

3 HJR 45, HCA 1 - Scheve



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

1 HCS HB 1811 - Kreider

2 HCS HB 1927 - Wiggins

3 HCS HB 1961 - Fraser

4 HB 1768 - Ward

5 HB 1712 - McKenna

6 HB 2011 - Overschmidt

7 HCS HB 1747 - Barry

8 HCS HB 1888 - Wilson (42)

9 HB 2102 - Hampton

10 HB 1066, HCA 1 - Riback Wilson (25)

11 HB 1394 - Murray

12 HB 1159 - Boucher

13 HB 1280 - Clayton

14 HB 1502 - Smith

15 HCS HB 1547 - Scheve

16 HCS HB 1962, 1943, 1425 & 1419 - Dougherty

17 HB 1546 - Smith

18 HCS HB 1606 - Bray

19 HCS HB 1225 - Hosmer

20 HCS HB 1540 - Green

21 HCS HB 1942 - Liese

22 HCS HB 1578 - Shelton

23 HB 2056 - Gunn

24 HCS HB 1718 - Smith

25 HCS HB 1966 - Hosmer

26 HCS HB 1997 - Smith

27 HCS HB 1336 - Lakin

28 HCS HB 1780 - Liese

29 HCS HB 1816 - Hosmer

30 HCS HB 1357 - Bonner

31 HB 1872 - Seigfreid

32 HCS HB 1674 - Graham (24)

33 HCS HB 1154 - Boucher

34 HCS HB 2114 - Hoppe

35 HCS HB 1649 - Williams (121)



HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL

1 HCS HB 1362, HS, as amended, pending - Harlan

2 HCS HB 1602, as amended - Leake

3 HCS HB 1143, as amended - Scheve

4 HCS HB 1574 & 1640 - Britt

5 HCS HB 1932 - Harlan

6 HB 1728, HCA 1 - Backer

7 HCS HB 1489, 1488 & 1650, HS, as amended, pending - Kennedy



HOUSE BILL FOR PERFECTION - FEDERAL MANDATE

HB 1946 - Dougherty



HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS FOR ADOPTION AND THIRD READING

1 HCR 29, (4-13-00, pg. 951) - Graham (24)

2 HCR 23, (3-16-00, pg. 646) - Bray

3 HCR 4, (2-24-00, pg. 399) - Kennedy

4 HCR 22, (4-17-00, pg. 970) - Liese

5 HCR 27, (4-13-00, pg. 951) - Ross

6 HCR 28, (4-11-00, pg. 916) - Van Zandt



HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING - APPROPRIATIONS

1 HCS HB 1113 - Green

2 HB 1121 - Franklin



HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING

1 HCS HB 1711, (Fiscal Review, 4-12-00) - Abel

2 HCS HB 1569, (Fiscal Review, 4-17-00) - Bray

3 HB 1472 - Smith

4 HCS HB 1967, E.C. - Hoppe

5 HCS HB 1698, E.C. - Shelton

6 HB 1881, (Fiscal Review, 4-18-00) - Auer



HOUSE BILLS FOR THIRD READING - CONSENT

1 HB 1828 - Gross

2 HB 1095 - Richardson

3 HB 1358 - Loudon

4 HB 1275 - Chrismer



HOUSE BILL FOR THIRD READING - CONSENT - INFORMAL

HB 1685 - Smith



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS FOR SECOND READING

1 SCR 29

2 SCR 35

3 SCR 36

4 SCR 37



SENATE BILL FOR THIRD READING - INFORMAL

HCS SS SB 549, HS, pending - Van Zandt



HOUSE BILLS WITH SENATE AMENDMENTS

1 SCS HCS HB 1101 - Franklin

2 SCS HCS HB 1102, as amended - Lakin

3 SCS HCS HB 1103, as amended - Lakin

4 SCS HCS HB 1104 - Green

5 SCS HCS HB 1105, as amended - Green



HOUSE RESOLUTION

HR 91, (2-24-00, pgs. 397 & 398) - Crawford


Missouri House of Representatives