House Journal - Day 065

House Journal

First Regular Session, 90th General Assembly


SIXTY-FIFTH DAY, Thursday, May 6, 1999

Representative Graham (24) in the Chair.

Prayer by Pastor Ivan Horn.

On a day when our national legislative body has set aside a time for prayer, may we acknowledge, uphold and defend always our right to worship and walk our faith journey according to how we are led by our God or supreme higher being. As people of variety faith heritage, a legislative body and citizens of the State of Missouri, may we pause for moments of silence and meditation directives: For the discernment You have given us to lay hold of things unseen; for the strong sense we have that this world is not our own but is Your gift to us; for our restless hearts, which nothing finite can satisfy; for all those in our nation and world where tragedy, devastation, loss, and death has been experienced such as tornadoes, floods, violence and war.

O God of us all, whose nature is to be gracious, amazingly gracious, help us -- in our self-congratulation for our presence here this morning, for the progress we have made in our spiritual journeys, for our resistance of temptation to think we are doing everything on our own. Help us to always remember that we are here by Your grace.

You have called us, forgiven us, enabled us to be Your followers. Yet so easily we confuse Your graciousness with our virtues. We too quickly remember the sins of others and judge others on the basis of our beliefs and forget our own weaknesses. We take pride in our achievements, overlooking our failures, magnifying the shortcomings of other. Forgive us for our betrayals of Your grace. Give us some measure of Your expansive, inclusive love so that, in some way, we might see others as You see them and see ourselves as You see us. We pray this House of Representatives, elected by the citizens of Missouri, may be led and guided to work through the issues of finances and human resources so all in our state, as well as the world, may benefit because of legislation and action taken by this body. As we pray and make decisions that affect others, may we always acknowledge how marvelous and amazing is Your grace. 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: Scott Davis, Sarah Davis, Casey Poola, Cheree Sutten, Morgan Fraley, Cherron Sutten, Luke Miller, Jared Heid, Annmarie Vilkins, Gina Garber, Whitney Zanter, Danielle Ross, Lee Murdock, Laura Harter, Katie Eagan, Eric Sappington, Philip Morales, Danielle Welch, David Griffith, David Ledbetter, Toni Richter, Brian Arnold, Caitlin Eilenberg and Jared Halpin.

The Journal of the sixty-fourth day was approved as corrected.

HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED

House Resolution No. 1292 - Representative Summers

House Resolution No. 1293 - Representative Selby

House Resolution No. 1294 - Representative Kreider

House Resolution No. 1295 - Representatives Thompson (72), Days and Gunn

House Resolution No. 1296 and House Resolution No. 1297 - Representative Myers

SECOND READING OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

SCR 19 was read the second time.

BILL CARRYING REQUEST MESSAGES

HCS SCS SBs 31 & 285, as amended, relating to campaign finance adminstration, was taken up by Representative Seigfreid.

Representative Seigfreid moved that the House refuse to recede from its position on HCS SCS SBs 31 & 285, as amended, and grant the Senate a conference and allow the conferees to exceed the differences on Section 130.046 as to the filing on the quarterly reports.

Which motion was adopted.

BILLS IN CONFERENCE

CCR SCS HCS HB 12, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representatives Green and Lakin.

On motion of Representative Lakin, CCR SCS HCS HB 12 was adopted by the following vote:

AYES: 106

Abel Alter Auer Ballard Barry 100

Bennett Berkowitz Bonner Boucher Boykins

Bray 84 Britt Burton Campbell Carter

Crawford Crump Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dolan Dougherty Farnen Fitzwater

Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro

Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24

Gratz Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn

Hagan-Harrell Harlan Hartzler 123 Hickey Hilgemann

Hollingsworth Hosmer Kasten Kelley 47 Kelly 27

Kennedy Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Legan Liese Long May 108

Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna McLuckie

Merideth Monaco Murphy Murray O'Connor

O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Ransdall Relford

Reynolds Riley Rizzo Robirds Ross

Sallee Scheve Schilling Schwab Secrest

Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields Skaggs

Smith Stokan Summers Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Vogel

Wagner Ward Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson

Mr. Speaker

NOES: 051

Akin Backer Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Champion

Chrismer Cierpiot Elliott Enz Evans

Foster Froelker Hampton Hanaway Hartzler 124

Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Hoppe

Howerton King Klindt Levin Linton

Lograsso Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble Miller

Myers Naeger Nordwald Patek Pouche

Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart Richardson

Ridgeway Scott Surface Tudor Wiggins

Wright

PRESENT: 001

Clayton

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 003

Leake Luetkenhaus Parker

VACANCIES: 002

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

AYES: 109

Alter Auer Backer Ballard Barry 100

Bennett Berkowitz Bonner Boucher Boykins

Bray 84 Britt Burton Campbell Carter

Crawford Crump Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dolan Dougherty Farnen Fitzwater

Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro

Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24

Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell

Harlan Hartzler 123 Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth

Hoppe Hosmer Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy

Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Legan Liese Long Luetkenhaus

May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna

McLuckie Merideth Monaco Murphy Murray

Naeger O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Parker

Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley Rizzo

Robirds Ross Scheve Schilling Schwab

Scott Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton

Shields Skaggs Smith Stokan Summers

Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Townley Treadway Troupe

Van Zandt Vogel Wagner Ward Wiggins

Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson Mr. Speaker

NOES: 048

Akin Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle Berkstresser

Black Blunt Boatright Champion Chrismer

Cierpiot Elliott Enz Evans Foster

Froelker Hampton Hanaway Hartzler 124 Hegeman

Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Howerton Kasten

King Klindt Levin Linton Lograsso

Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble Miller Myers

Nordwald Patek Pouche Pryor Purgason

Reid Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway Sallee

Surface Tudor Wright

PRESENT: 001

Clayton



ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 003

Abel Gratz Ostmann

VACANCIES: 002

Represenative Graham (24) declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Monaco, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Mays (50) moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative Hosmer moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

CCR SCS HCS HB 13, relating to appropriations, was taken up by Representative Green.

On motion of Representative Green, CCR SCS HCS HB 13 was adopted by the following vote:

AYES: 091

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Campbell Carter Clayton Crump Daniel

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty Farnen

Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin Fraser

Gambaro Gaskill George Graham 24 Gratz

Green Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton

Harlan Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Hoppe

Hosmer Kelly 27 Kennedy Kissell Koller

Kreider Lakin Lawson Leake Legan

Liese Long Luetkenhaus May 108 Mays 50

McBride McKenna McLuckie Monaco Murphy

Murray O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Parker

Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley Rizzo

Scheve Schilling Seigfreid Selby Shelton

Skaggs Smith Stokan Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Vogel Wagner

Ward Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson

Mr. Speaker

NOES: 069

Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle

Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright

Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot Crawford

Dolan Elliott Enz Evans Foster

Froelker Gibbons Graham 106 Griesheimer Hanaway

Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin

Holand Howerton Kasten Kelley 47 King

Klindt Levin Linton Lograsso Loudon

Luetkemeyer Marble McClelland Merideth Miller

Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Patek

Pouche Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart

Richardson Ridgeway Robirds Ross Sallee

Schwab Scott Secrest Shields Summers

Surface Townley Tudor Wright



PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 001

Akin

VACANCIES: 002

On motion of Representative Green, CCS SCS HCS HB 13 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 102

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Bennett

Berkowitz Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84

Britt Burton Campbell Carter Clayton

Crawford Crump Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dougherty Farnen Fitzwater Foley

Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro Gaskill

George Graham 24 Gratz Green Griesheimer

Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton Harlan

Hartzler 123 Hegeman Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth

Hoppe Hosmer Kasten Kelly 27 Kennedy

Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Legan Liese Long Luetkenhaus

May 108 Mays 50 McBride McKenna Monaco

Murphy Murray O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt

Parker Pouche Ransdall Relford Reynolds

Riley Rizzo Robirds Scheve Schilling

Schwab Scott Seigfreid Selby Shelton

Shields Skaggs Smith Stokan Thompson 37

Thompson 72 Townley Treadway Troupe Van Zandt

Vogel Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson

NOES: 053

Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Chrismer

Cierpiot Elliott Enz Evans Foster

Froelker Gibbons Graham 106 Hanaway Hartzler 124

Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Howerton Kelley 47

King Klindt Levin Linton Lograsso

Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble McClelland Merideth

Miller Myers Naeger Nordwald Ostmann

Patek Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart

Richardson Ridgeway Ross Sallee Summers

Surface Tudor Wright

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 006

Akin Champion Dolan McLuckie Secrest

Mr. Speaker

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Graham (24) declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Van Zandt, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Shelton moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative Seigfreid moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

HOUSE BILLS WITH SENATE AMENDMENTS

SCS HCR 21, relating to commemorative stamps, was taken up by Representative Kelly (27).

On motion of Representative Kelly (27), SCS HCR 21 was adopted by the following vote:

AYES: 150

Abel Alter Auer Ballard Barnett

Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bennett Berkowitz

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Bonner

Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt Burton

Campbell Carter Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Clayton Crawford Crump Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford Foster

Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill

George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24 Gratz

Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell

Hampton Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124

Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin

Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Howerton

Kasten Kelley 47 Kennedy King Kissell

Klindt Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Legan Levin Liese Linton

Lograsso Long Loudon Luetkenhaus Marble

May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna

Merideth Miller Monaco Murphy Murray

Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole

Ostmann Overschmidt Parker Patek Pouche

Pryor Purgason Ransdall Reid Reinhart

Relford Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Riley

Rizzo Robirds Ross Sallee Scheve

Schilling Schwab Secrest Seigfreid Selby

Shelton Shields Skaggs Smith Summers

Surface Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Townley Troupe

Tudor Van Zandt Vogel Wagner Ward

Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson Wright

NOES: 000

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 011

Akin Backer Daniel Dougherty Kelly 27

Luetkemeyer McLuckie Scott Stokan Treadway

Mr. Speaker

VACANCIES: 002

On motion of Representative Kelly (27), SCS HCR 21 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 148

Abel Alter Auer Ballard Barnett

Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bennett Berkowitz

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Bonner

Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt Burton

Campbell Carter Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Clayton Crawford Crump Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford Foster

Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro Gaskill

George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24 Gratz

Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell

Hampton Hanaway Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hegeman

Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin Holand

Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Howerton Kasten

Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy King Kissell

Klindt Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Legan Levin Liese Lograsso

Long Loudon Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble

May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland McKenna

Merideth Miller Monaco Murphy Murray

Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole

Ostmann Overschmidt Patek Pouche Purgason

Ransdall Reid Reinhart Relford Reynolds

Richardson Riley Rizzo Robirds Ross

Scheve Schilling Schwab Secrest Seigfreid

Selby Shelton Shields Skaggs Smith

Stokan Summers Surface Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Townley Treadway Troupe Tudor Van Zandt

Vogel Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson Wright

NOES: 000

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 013

Akin Backer Daniel Dougherty Harlan

Linton McLuckie Parker Pryor Ridgeway

Sallee Scott Mr. Speaker

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Graham (24) declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Hagan-Harrell, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Leake moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative Rizzo moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

SCS HCR 16, relating to risk management program, was taken up by Representative Leake.

On motion of Representative Leake, SCS HCR 16 was adopted by the following vote:

AYES: 151

Abel Alter Auer Backer Ballard

Barnett Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bennett

Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright

Bonner Boucher Bray 84 Britt Burton

Campbell Carter Champion Cierpiot Clayton

Crawford Crump Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63

Day Dolan Dougherty Elliott Enz

Evans Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford

Foster Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro

Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24

Gratz Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn

Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124

Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann Hohulin

Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer Howerton

Kasten Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy King

Kissell Klindt Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Leake Legan Levin Liese

Linton Lograsso Long Loudon Luetkemeyer

Marble May 108 Mays 50 McBride McClelland

McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco Murphy

Murray Myers Naeger Nordwald O'Connor

O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Patek Pouche

Pryor Purgason Ransdall Reid Reinhart

Relford Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Riley

Rizzo Robirds Ross Scheve Schilling

Schwab Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shelton

Shields Skaggs Smith Summers Surface

Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Townley Treadway Troupe

Tudor Van Zandt Vogel Wagner Ward

Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson Wright

Mr. Speaker

NOES: 000

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

Akin Boykins Chrismer Harlan Luetkenhaus

McLuckie Parker Sallee Scott Stokan

VACANCIES: 002

On motion of Representative Leake, SCS HCR 16 was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 153

Abel Alter Auer Backer Ballard

Barnett Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle Bennett

Berkowitz Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright

Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Burton Campbell Carter Champion Chrismer

Cierpiot Clayton Crawford Crump Davis 122

Davis 63 Days Dolan Elliott Enz

Evans Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford

Foster Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro

Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24

Gratz Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn

Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 123

Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann

Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer

Howerton Kasten Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy

King Kissell Klindt Koller Kreider

Lakin Lawson Leake Legan Levin

Liese Linton Lograsso Long Loudon

Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus Marble May 108 Mays 50

McBride McClelland McKenna Merideth Miller

Monaco Murphy Murray Myers Naeger

Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt

Patek Pouche Pryor Purgason Ransdall

Reid Reinhart Relford Reynolds Richardson

Ridgeway Riley Rizzo Robirds Ross

Sallee Scheve Schilling Schwab Secrest

Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields Skaggs

Smith Summers Surface Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Townley Treadway Troupe Tudor Van Zandt

Vogel Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson Wright

NOES: 000

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008

Akin Daniel Dougherty McLuckie Parker

Scott Stokan Mr. Speaker

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Graham (24) declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Relford, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Ransdall moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative May (108) moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

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 the Conference Committee Report on SCS HCS HB 10, as amended, and has taken up and passed CCS HB 10, as amended, by SPA 1.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate refuses to recede from its position on SCS HCS HB 18, as amended, and grants the House a conference thereon.

The President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like Committee from the House: Senators Goode, Maxwell, Wiggins, Russell and Westfall.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate refuses to recede from its position on SCA 1 to HB 19 and grants the House a conference thereon.

The President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like Committee from the House: Senators Goode, Maxwell, Wiggins, Russell and Westfall.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted the Conference Committee Report on SCS HB 789, and has taken up and passed CCS SCS HB 789.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted SCR 20.

Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20

WHEREAS, Section 21.760 of the Missouri Revised Statutes provides that during the regular legislative session which convenes in an odd-numbered year, the General Assembly shall, by concurrent resolution, employ an independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm to conduct an audit examination of the accounts, functions, programs, and management of the State Auditor's office;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that we, the members of the Missouri Senate of the Ninetieth General Assembly, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby authorize the employment of an independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm pursuant to the aforestated provisions of Section 21.760; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the audit examination be made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, including such reviews and inspections of books, records and other underlying data and documents as are necessary to enable the independent certified public accountant performing the audit to reach an informed opinion on the condition and performance of the accounts, functions, programs, and management of the State Auditor's Office; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon completion of the audit, the independent certified public accountant make a written report of his or her findings and conclusions, and supply each member of the General Assembly, the Governor, and the State Auditor with a copy of the report; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the cost of the audit and report be paid out of the joint contingent fund of the General Assembly; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Commissioner of Administration bid these services, at the direction of the General Assembly, pursuant to state purchasing laws.

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 President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the House on HS HCS SCS SBs 8 & 173, as amended: Senators Banks, Wiggins, Jacob, Sims and Singleton.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the House on SB 76, as amended: Senators Banks, Clay, Maxwell, Graves and Bentley.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the House on HS SB 310, as amended: Senators Maxwell, Johnson, Staples, Westfall and Steelman.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the House on HS HCS SS SCS SB 338, as amended: Senators Howard, Mathewson, Scott, Sims and Bentley.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted the Conference Committee Report on SCS HCS HB 11, as amended, and has taken up and passed CCS HB 11.

MOTION

Representative Franklin moved that Rule 26 be suspended to allow the conferees on SCS HCS HB 18 and HB 19, as amended, to meet on May 6, 1999, while the House is in session.

Which motion was adopted the by following vote:

AYES: 148

Abel Alter Auer Backer Ballard

Barnett Barry 100 Bartle Bennett Berkowitz

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Bonner

Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt Burton

Campbell Carter Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Clayton Crawford Crump Davis 122 Davis 63

Days Dolan Dougherty Elliott Enz

Evans Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford

Foster Franklin Fraser Froelker Gambaro

Gaskill George Gibbons Graham 106 Graham 24

Gratz Green Griesheimer Gross Gunn

Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 123

Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann

Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer

Howerton Kasten Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy

King Kissell Klindt Koller Kreider

Lakin Lawson Leake Legan Levin

Liese Linton Lograsso Long Loudon

Luetkemeyer Marble May 108 Mays 50 McBride

McClelland McKenna Merideth Miller Monaco

Murphy Murray Myers Naeger Nordwald

O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Patek

Pouche Purgason Ransdall Reinhart Relford

Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Riley Rizzo

Robirds Ross Sallee Scheve Schilling

Schwab Secrest Seigfreid Selby Shields

Skaggs Smith Summers Surface Thompson 37

Thompson 72 Townley Treadway Troupe Tudor

Van Zandt Vogel Wagner Ward Wiggins

Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson

NOES: 003

Reid Shelton Wright

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

Akin Bartelsmeyer Daniel Luetkenhaus McLuckie

Parker Pryor Scott Stokan Mr. Speaker

VACANCIES: 002

Speaker Gaw assumed the Chair.

THIRD READING OF SENATE BILL

HCS SCS SBs 295 & 46, with HS, as amended, pending, relating to sovereign immunity, was taken up by Representative May (108).

Representative Reid offered House Amendment No. 10.

House Amendment No. 10

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 295 & 46, Page 15, Section 1, Line 5, by inserting immediately after said line the following: "Section 2. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, a city not within a county shall have a maximum liability limit of 20 million dollars per occurrence and one million dollars per person."; and

Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.

Representative Hohulin offered House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10.

House Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

House Amendment No. 10

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 295 & 46, Page 15, Section 1, Line 5, by inserting immediately after said line the following:

"Section 2. The individual liability limits of a city or political subdivision of the state shall be increased to the aggregate amount of damages sought in any civil tort action filed by the city or political subdivision of the state against a manufacturer or distributor of firearms. The increased liability limits shall become effective upon the filing of such an action or appeal by the city or political subdivision.; and

Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.

Representative Monaco raised a point of order that House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10 is not a true substitute amendment.

The Chair ruled the point of order not well taken.

HCS SCS SBs 295 & 46, with House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10, House Amendment No. 10 and HS, as amended, pending, was laid over.

APPOINTMENT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEES

The Speaker appointed the following Conference Committees to act with like committees from the Senate on the following bills:

HCS SCS SBs 31 & 285: Representatives Seigfreid, Days, Backer, Long and Hendrickson

SCS HCS HB 18: Representatives Franklin, Lakin, Ford, Legan and Shields

HB 19: Representatives Franklin, Schilling, Leake, Holand and Legan

On motion of Representative Crump, the House recessed until 2:10 p.m.

AFTERNOON SESSION

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

HOUSE COURTESY RESOLUTIONS OFFERED AND ISSUED

House Resolution No. 1298 through House Resolution No. 1304 - Representative Gunn

House Resolution No. 1305 - Representative Fraser

House Resolution No. 1306 and House Resolution No. 1307 - Representative Gaskill

House Resolution No. 1308 through House Resolution No. 1310 - Representative Lakin

House Resolution No. 1311 - Representative Sallee

House Resolution No. 1312 - Representative Hartzler (124)

House Resolution No. 1313 - Representative Blunt

House Resolution No. 1314 through House Resolution No. 1317 - Representative Parker

House Resolution No. 1318 - Representatives Surface, Burton and Elliott

House Resolution No. 1319 - Representative Purgason

House Resolution No. 1320 and House Resolution No. 1321 - Representative Berkstresser

House Resolution No. 1322 - Representative Burton

House Resolution No. 1323 - Representative Gunn

House Resolution No. 1324 - Representative Skaggs

House Resolution No. 1325 - Representatives Williams (121) and Sallee

House Resolution No. 1326 - Representative Merideth

House Resolution No. 1327 through House Resolution No. 1329 - Representative Griesheimer

Representative Crump suggested the absence of a quorum.

The following roll call indicated a quorum present:

AYES: 137

Abel Akin Alter Auer Backer

Ballard Barnett Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer Bartle

Bennett Berkowitz Berkstresser Boatright Bonner

Boucher Bray 84 Britt Campbell Carter

Champion Chrismer Cierpiot Clayton Crawford

Crump Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63 Days

Dougherty Elliott Enz Evans Farnen

Foley Ford Foster Franklin Fraser

Froelker Gambaro Gaskill George Gibbons

Graham 106 Graham 24 Gratz Green Griesheimer

Gross Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway

Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann

Hohulin Holand Hollingsworth Hoppe Hosmer

Kasten Kelley 47 Kelly 27 Kennedy King

Kissell Klindt Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Leake Legan Levin Liese

Linton Long Luetkenhaus Marble May 108

Mays 50 McBride McKenna Merideth Miller

Monaco Murphy Murray Myers Naeger

Nordwald O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt

Patek Purgason Ransdall Reinhart Relford

Reynolds Richardson Ridgeway Riley Rizzo

Robirds Ross Schilling Schwab Secrest

Seigfreid Selby Shelton Shields Skaggs

Smith Summers Surface Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Townley Troupe Tudor Van Zandt Vogel

Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159

Wilson Mr. Speaker

NOES: 000

PRESENT: 004

Blunt Boykins Reid Wright

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 020

Black Burton Dolan Fitzwater Harlan

Hegeman Howerton Lograsso Loudon Luetkemeyer

McClelland McLuckie Parker Pouche Pryor

Sallee Scheve Scott Stokan Treadway

VACANCIES: 002

THIRD READING OF SENATE BILLS

HCS SCS SBs 295 & 46, with House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10, House Amendment No. 10 and HS, as amended, pending, relating to sovereign immunity, was again taken up by Representative May (108).

House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10 was withdrawn.

Representative Hohulin offered House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10.

House Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

House Amendment No. 10

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 295 & 46, Page 15, Section 1, Line 5, by inserting immediately after said line the following:

"Section 2. The individual liability limits of a city or other political subdivision of the state for any one person a single accident or occurrence, as set forth in section 537.610, shall be increased to the aggregate amount of damages received in any single civil tort action filed by the city or other political subdivision of the state against any non-governmental entity. The increased individual liability limits shall become effective upon the receipt of such damage amounts by the city or other political subdivision of the state. The increased individual liability limits shall be effective for ten years after receipt of said damage amounts by the city or other political subdivision."; and

Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.

Representative Clayton raised a point of order that House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10 is not a true substitute amendment.

The Chair ruled the point of order not well taken.

Representative Hohulin moved that House Substitute Amendment No. 1 for House Amendment No. 10 be adopted.

Which motion was defeated by the following vote:

AYES: 064

Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bartle Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt

Boatright Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Crawford Elliott Enz Foster Froelker

Gaskill Graham 106 Gratz Griesheimer Gross

Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hohulin Holand

Howerton Kasten Kelley 47 King Klindt

Legan Levin Linton Long Loudon

Luetkemeyer Marble Miller Murphy Myers

Naeger Nordwald Ostmann Patek Pouche

Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart Robirds

Sallee Schwab Shields Summers Surface

Townley Tudor Vogel Wright

NOES: 090

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Campbell Carter Clayton Crump Daniel

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dolan Evans

Farnen Fitzwater Foley Ford Fraser

Gambaro George Gibbons Graham 24 Green

Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harlan

Hendrickson 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 Richardson Ridgeway Riley Rizzo

Ross Scheve Schilling Seigfreid Selby

Shelton Skaggs Smith Stokan Thompson 37

Thompson 72 Treadway Troupe Van Zandt Wagner

Ward Wiggins Williams 159 Wilson Mr. Speaker

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 007

Dougherty Franklin Lograsso McClelland Scott

Secrest Williams 121

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Reid moved that House Amendment No. 10 be adopted.

Which motion was defeated.

Representative Gunn offered House Amendment No. 11.

Representative Monaco raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 11 goes beyond the scope and is not germane to the bill.

The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.

On motion of Representative May (108), HS HCS SCS SBs 295 & 46, as amended, was adopted.

On motion of Representative May (108), HS HCS SCS SBs 295 & 46, as amended, was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 112

Abel Alter Auer Backer Barry 100

Bartle Bennett Berkowitz Blunt Bonner

Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt Campbell

Carter Champion Cierpiot Clayton Crump

Daniel Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dolan

Dougherty Evans Farnen Fitzwater Foley

Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro George

Gibbons Graham 24 Green Gross Gunn

Hagan-Harrell Hampton Hanaway Harlan Hartzler 124

Hendrickson Hickey Hilgemann Holand Hollingsworth

Hoppe Hosmer Howerton Kelley 47 Kelly 27

Kennedy Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Leake Levin Liese Lograsso

Loudon Luetkenhaus May 108 Mays 50 McKenna

McLuckie Merideth Monaco Murray Naeger

O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann Overschmidt Parker

Ransdall Reid Reinhart Relford Reynolds

Richardson Ridgeway Riley Rizzo Ross

Scheve Schilling Seigfreid Shelton Shields

Skaggs Smith Stokan Thompson 37 Thompson 72

Treadway Troupe Tudor Van Zandt Wagner

Ward Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson

Wright Mr. Speaker

NOES: 045

Akin Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer Berkstresser

Black Boatright Burton Crawford Elliott

Enz Foster Froelker Gaskill Graham 106

Gratz Griesheimer Hartzler 123 Hegeman Hohulin

Kasten King Klindt Legan Linton

Long Luetkemeyer Marble McBride Miller

Murphy Myers Nordwald Patek Pouche

Pryor Purgason Robirds Sallee Schwab

Secrest Selby Summers Surface Vogel

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004

Chrismer McClelland Scott Townley

VACANCIES: 002

Speaker Gaw declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Scheve, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Britt moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative Campbell moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

HCS SCS SBs 308 & 314, relating to MOSERS Year 2000 Plan, was taken up by Representative Skaggs.

Representative Skaggs offered HS HCS SCS SBs 308 & 314.

Representative Skaggs offered House Amendment No. 1.

House Amendment No. 1

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 and 314, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Lines 2 and 3, by deleting the following: "who was first elected on or after January 1, 1993," and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "or eligible beneficiary".

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

House Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

House Amendment No. 1

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 and 314, Page 58, Section 104.1003, Lines 5 to 8, by deleting all of said lines; and

Further amend said bill, Page 63, Section 104.1015, Line 22, by deleting the words "as a member of the general assembly or"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 71, Section 104.1021, Lines 13 and 14, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "section 104.1003 or the four"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 99, Section 104.1084, Lines 6 to 24 of said page, by deleting all of said lines; and

Further amend said bill, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Lines 1 to 7 of said page, by deleting all of said lines; and

Further amend said bill, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Line 8 of said page, by deleting the number "4." and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "104.1084. 1."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Line 15 of said page, by deleting the number "5." and inserting in lieu thereof the number "2."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Line 22 of said page, by deleting the number "6." and inserting in lieu thereof the number "3."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 101, Section 104.1084, Line 1 of said page, by deleting the number "7." and inserting in lieu thereof the number "4."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 101, Section 104.1084, Line 2, of said page, by deleting the words "general assembly and"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 101, Lines 4 though 7 of said page, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "statewide elected official"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 101, Section 104.1084, Line 14 of said page, by deleting the number "8." and inserting in lieu thereof the number "5."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 102, Section 104.1087, Line 11, by deleting the phrase "subsections 1 and" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "subsection"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 102, Section 104.1087, Line 15, by deleting all of said line; and

Further amend said bill, Page 102, Section 104.1087, Line 16, by deleting the number "(3)" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "(2)" .

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

Which motion was defeated by the following vote:

AYES: 078

Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer Bartle

Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright

Britt Burton Champion Chrismer Cierpiot

Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz Evans

Farnen Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons

Graham 106 Gratz Griesheimer Gross Hampton

Hanaway Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin

Holand Hoppe Hosmer Howerton Kasten

Kelley 47 King Klindt Lakin Levin

Liese Linton Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble

Merideth Miller Myers Naeger Nordwald

Ostmann Overschmidt Patek Pouche Pryor

Purgason Ransdall Reid Reinhart Richardson

Ridgeway Robirds Sallee Schwab Secrest

Shields Summers Surface Townley Tudor

Vogel Williams 159 Wright

NOES: 078

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Campbell

Carter Clayton Crump Daniel Davis 122

Days Dougherty Fitzwater Foley Ford

Franklin Fraser Gambaro George Graham 24

Green Gunn Hagan-Harrell Harlan Hartzler 123

Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth Kelly 27 Kennedy

Kissell Koller Kreider Lawson Leake

Legan Lograsso Long Luetkenhaus May 108

Mays 50 McKenna McLuckie Monaco Murphy

Murray O'Connor O'Toole Parker Relford

Reynolds Riley Rizzo Ross Scheve

Schilling Seigfreid Selby Shelton Skaggs

Smith Stokan Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Treadway

Troupe Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins

Williams 121 Wilson Mr. Speaker

PRESENT: 001

Akin

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004

Davis 63 McBride McClelland Scott

VACANCIES: 002

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

House Substitute Amendment No. 2

for

House Amendment No. 1

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 and 314, Page 100, Section 104.1084, Lines 2, 3 and 4 of said page, by deleting all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "general assembly. In no event shall any such member receive annuity amounts in excess of seventy-five percent of pay.".



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

Which motion was defeated by the following vote:

AYES: 070

Akin Alter Ballard Barnett Bartelsmeyer

Bartle Bennett Berkstresser Black Blunt

Boatright Burton Campbell Champion Chrismer

Cierpiot Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz

Evans Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons

Graham 106 Gratz Griesheimer Gross Hampton

Hanaway Hartzler 124 Hendrickson Hohulin Holand

Hoppe Hosmer Howerton Kasten Kennedy

King Legan Levin Linton Long

Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble Merideth Miller

Myers Naeger Ostmann Pouche Pryor

Purgason Reid Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway

Robirds Sallee Schwab Secrest Seigfreid

Shields Townley Vogel Ward Wright

NOES: 081

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Berkowitz

Bonner Boucher Boykins Bray 84 Britt

Carter Clayton Crump Daniel Davis 122

Davis 63 Days Dougherty Farnen Fitzwater

Foley Ford Franklin Fraser Gambaro

George Graham 24 Green Gunn Hagan-Harrell

Harlan Hartzler 123 Hickey Hilgemann Hollingsworth

Kelly 27 Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin

Lawson Leake Liese Luetkenhaus May 108

Mays 50 McKenna McLuckie Monaco Murphy

Murray O'Connor O'Toole Overschmidt Parker

Patek Ransdall Relford Reynolds Riley

Rizzo Ross Scheve Schilling Selby

Shelton Skaggs Smith Stokan Thompson 37

Thompson 72 Treadway Troupe Tudor Van Zandt

Wagner Wiggins Williams 121 Williams 159 Wilson

Mr. Speaker

PRESENT: 000

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 010

Hegeman Kelley 47 Klindt Lograsso McBride

McClelland Nordwald Scott Summers Surface

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Bray assumed the Chair.

Speaker Gaw resumed the Chair.

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

Representative Kissell offered House Amendment No. 2.





House Amendment No. 2

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 1, In the Title, Line 4 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.420," the number "104.517,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, In the Title, Line 8 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 14 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.420," the number "104.517,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 15 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 17 of said page by inserting after the number "104.420," the number "104.517,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 34, Section 104.420, line 24 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:

"104.517. 1. The board shall provide or contract, or both, for life insurance benefits for employees pursuant to sections 104.320 to 104.540, persons covered by sections 287.812 to 287.855, RSMo, and for employees who are members of the judicial retirement system as provided in section 476.590, RSMo, and at the election of the state highways and transportation commission shall include employees who are members of the state transportation department employees' and highway patrol retirement system as follows:

(1) Employees are entitled to fifteen thousand dollars of life insurance. Such life insurance shall provide for triple indemnity in the event the cause of death is a proximate result of a personal injury or disease arising out of and in the course of actual performance of duty as an employee. Coverage shall be effective on the first day of the month coinciding with or next following the employee's date of membership;

(2) Life insurance benefits shall cease on the date of termination of employment and a conversion of such life insurance benefits shall be available. However, a member eligible to receive a lump sum death benefit as provided in subsection 4 of section 104.515 shall be entitled to convert any amount of terminated life insurance benefit in excess of the benefit provided in said section.

2. (1) In addition to the life insurance authorized by the provisions of subsection 1 of this section, any person for whom life insurance is provided or contracted for pursuant to such subsection may purchase, at the person's own expense and only if monthly voluntary payroll deductions are authorized, additional life insurance at a cost to be stipulated in a contract with a private insurance company or as may be required by the system if the board of trustees determines that the system should provide such insurance itself. The maximum amount of additional life insurance which may be so purchased on or after January 1, 1998, is that amount which equals six times the amount of the person's annual compensation, except that if such maximum amount is not evenly divisible by one thousand dollars, then the maximum amount of additional insurance which may be purchased is the next higher amount evenly divisible by one thousand dollars. The selection of a private insurance company to provide this life insurance shall be on the basis of competitive bidding.

(2) Any person defined in subdivision (1) of this subsection retiring on or after September 1, 1988, may retain an amount not to exceed ten thousand dollars of life insurance following the date of his or her retirement if such person makes written application for such life insurance at the same time such person's application is made to the board for retirement benefits. Any person, defined in subdivision (1) of this subsection, retiring on or after May 1, 1996, may retain an amount not to exceed sixty thousand dollars of life insurance following the date of the person's retirement if such person makes written application for such life insurance at the same time such person applies to the board for retirement benefits. Such life insurance shall only be provided if such person pays the entire cost of the insurance, as determined by the board, by allowing voluntary deductions from the member's monthly retirement benefits.

(3) Effective January 1, 1998, in addition to the life insurance authorized in subsection 1 of this section, any person for whom life insurance is provided or contracted for pursuant to such subsection may purchase, at the person's own expense and only if monthly voluntary payroll deductions are authorized, life insurance covering the person's children or the person's spouse or both the person's children and the person's spouse at coverage amounts to be determined by the board at a cost to be stipulated in a contract with a private insurance company or as may be required by the system if the board of trustees determines that the system should provide such insurance itself."; and

Further amend said bill, Page 93, Section 104.1072, Line 23 of said page, by inserting after the period "." after the word "insurance" the following: "Such life insurance shall provide for triple indemnity in the event the cause of death is a proximate result of a personal injury or disease arising out of and in the course of actual performance of duty as an employee.".

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

Representative O'Toole offered House Amendment No. 3.

Representative Shields raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 3 is not germane to the bill.

The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.

Representative Hagan-Harrell offered House Amendment No. 3.

Representative Gross 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.

Representative Holand offered House Amendment No. 3.

House Amendment No. 3

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 99, Section 104.1084, Line 10, by deleting the number "two" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "three"; and

Further amend said section, Page 100, Line 7, by deleting the number "two" and inserting in lieu thereof the number "three".

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

Which motion was defeated by the following vote:

AYES: 062

Alter Ballard Barnett Bartle Bennett

Berkstresser Black Blunt Boatright Champion

Chrismer Cierpiot Crawford Dolan Enz

Evans Farnen Foster Gambaro Gaskill

Gross Hampton Hanaway Hartzler 123 Hartzler 124

Hendrickson Hohulin Holand Hoppe Hosmer

Howerton Kasten Kennedy King Levin

Linton Loudon Luetkemeyer Marble McBride

Merideth Miller Murphy Myers Naeger

Patek Pryor Purgason Reid Reinhart

Reynolds Ridgeway Robirds Sallee Schwab

Secrest Seigfreid Shields Townley Tudor

Vogel Wright

NOES: 083

Abel Auer Backer Barry 100 Bartelsmeyer

Berkowitz Bonner Boucher Bray 84 Britt

Burton Campbell Clayton Crump Daniel

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty Elliott

Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin Fraser

George Gibbons Graham 106 Gratz Green

Griesheimer Gunn Hagan-Harrell Hickey Hilgemann

Hollingsworth Kelly 27 Kissell Koller Kreider

Lakin Lawson Leake Legan Liese

Luetkenhaus May 108 Mays 50 McKenna McLuckie

Monaco Murray O'Connor O'Toole Ostmann

Overschmidt Parker Ransdall Relford Richardson

Riley Rizzo Ross Scheve Schilling

Selby Shelton Skaggs Smith Stokan

Surface Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Treadway Troupe

Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Williams 159 Wilson Mr. Speaker

PRESENT: 002

Boykins Graham 24

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 014

Akin Carter Froelker Harlan Hegeman

Kelley 47 Klindt Lograsso Long McClelland

Nordwald Pouche Scott Summers

VACANCIES: 002

Representative Clayton offered House Amendment No. 4.

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

The Chair ruled the point of order well taken.

Representative Barnett offered House Amendment No. 4.

House Amendment No. 4

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 and 314, Page 1, In the Title, Line 8 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 15 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 16 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.344," the number "104.378,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 17, Section 104.344, Line 11 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:

"104.378. Upon the death of a member who has not requested creditable prior service pursuant to subsection 4 of section 104.372, the survivor of such member who is or would be eligible to receive benefits pursuant to section 104.420 may apply to the board of trustees and shall be made, constituted, appointed and employed by the board as a special consultant on the problems of retirement, aging and other state matters for the remainder of the surviving spouse's life, and upon request of the board shall give opinions, and be available to give opinions in writing, or orally, in response to such requests. As compensation for such services, such survivor may elect to have the member receive such creditable prior service. Upon making such election, all of the provisions of subsection 4 of section 104.372 shall apply. Any survivor benefits payable shall be calculated as if such creditable prior service had been received by such member on the date of the death of the member.".

On motion of Representative Barnett, House Amendment No. 4 was adopted.

Representative Troupe offered House Amendment No. 5.

House Amendment No. 5 was withdrawn.

Representative Shields offered House Amendment No. 5.

House Amendment No. 5

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 104, Section 287.815, Line 6, by deleting said section.

Representative Shields moved that House Amendment No. 5 be adopted.

Which motion was defeated.

Representative Elliott offered House Amendment No. 6.

House Amendment No. 6

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 1, In the Title, Line 3 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.010," the number "104.374,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, In the Title, Line 8 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 13 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.010," the number "104.374,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 15 of said page, by deleting the word "forty-five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "forty-six"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 1, Section A, Line 16 of said page, by inserting after the number "104.344," the number "104.374,"; and

Further amend said bill, Page 17, Section 104.344, Line 11 of said page, by inserting after all of said line the following:

"104.374. 1. The normal annuity of a member, other than a member of the general assembly or a member who served in an elective state office, shall be an amount equal to one and six-tenths percent of the average compensation of the member multiplied by the number of years of creditable service of the member. Years of membership service and twelfths of a year are to be used in calculating any annuity. Absences for sickness and injury of less than twelve months or for military service or training [under] pursuant to subsection 2 of section 104.330 shall be counted as years of membership service.

2. In addition to the amount determined pursuant to subsection 1 of this section, the normal annuity of a uniformed member of the water patrol or uniformed conservation agent shall be increased by thirty-three and one-third percent of the benefit.

3. Employees who are fully vested at the age of sixty-five years and who continue to be employed by an agency covered under the system or members of the general assembly who serve in the general assembly after the age of sixty-five years shall have added to their normal annuity when they retire or die an amount equal to the total of all annual cost-of-living increases that the retired members of the system received during the years between when the employee or member of the general assembly reached sixty-five years of age and the year that the employee or member of the general assembly terminated employment or died. In no event shall the total increase in compensation granted [under] pursuant to this subsection and subsection 2 of section 104.612 exceed sixty-five percent of the person's normal annuity calculated at the time of retirement or death.".

Representative Elliott moved that House Amendment No. 6 be adopted.

Which motion was defeated.

Representative Troupe offered House Amendment No. 7.

House Amendment No. 7

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 102, Section 104.1084, Line 1 of said page, by adding after all of said line the following:

"9. A member of the general assembly who has purchased creditable service shall not be subject to the cap on benefits pursuant to subsection 2 of this section for that portion of the benefit attributable to the purchased service."

On motion of Representative Troupe, House Amendment No. 7 was adopted.

Representative Purgason offered House Amendment No. 8.

Representative Foley raised a point of order that House Amendment No. 8 goes beyond the scope of the bill.

Representative Hagan-Harrell raised an additional point of order that House Amendment No. 8 is not properly drafted.

The Chair ruled the first point of order not well taken.

The Chair ruled the second point of order well taken.

Representative Patek offered House Amendment No. 8.

House Amendment No. 8

AMEND House Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 308 & 314, Page 17, Section 104.344, Line 11 of said page, by adding after all of said line the following:

"104.370. 1. Any member of the general assembly who has served at least three full biennial assemblies as a member of the general assembly and who meets the conditions for retirement at or after the member's normal retirement age shall be entitled to a normal annuity in a monthly amount equal to one hundred fifty dollars multiplied by the number of biennial assemblies in which such member has served. For the purpose of calculating benefits due under this subsection:

(1) Service in any portion of a biennial assembly after service in at least three biennial assemblies shall be credited as service in a full biennial assembly; and

(2) Any person who is elected as a member of the general assembly at a special election and who serves the remainder of that term to which he was elected at such special election shall receive credit for a full biennial assembly for such service.

2. If a member of either retirement system established by this chapter, who has served at least three full biennial assemblies as a member of the general assembly, is elected to a state office, appointed to a state office, or employed by the state before, after, or before and after his service as a member of the general assembly, the member may, at the end of such employment, receive upon retirement, at or after the member's normal retirement age, the amount which shall be due the member for creditable service as a member of the general assembly. If he has not fully vested as a result of his employment as other than a member of the general assembly, he shall be credited with additional service as a legislator just as though all of the service combined had in fact been rendered as a member of the general assembly and receive a normal annuity. If the member retires before normal retirement age, the member shall receive the actuarial reduction approved by the board. Nothing in this section shall allow any member to simultaneously accumulate service in more than one state retirement system as a member of the general assembly and an employee or state officer.

3. A member who has fully vested as a state officer or employee and has service as a member of the general assembly of less than three full biennial assemblies, upon retirement, at or after the member's normal retirement age, shall be credited with additional service as a state officer or employee for the time he served as a member of the general assembly. If the member retires before normal retirement age, he shall receive the actuarial reduction approved by the board.

4. Any member of the general assembly who has served at least three full biennial assemblies and whose service as such terminates on or after October 1, 1984, and who served as an employee, as that term is defined in section 104.010, prior to the respective dates on which the retirement systems to which such sections apply originally became effective, but was not such an employee on such dates, shall be entitled to the creditable prior service that such employee would have been entitled to in either or both systems had such employee become a member on the date of inception of either or both systems. The maximum number of years of creditable prior service to which a member may become entitled pursuant to this section is less than ten years. The benefits attributable to such service shall be calculated as if all service was rendered as a member of the general assembly.

5. Any former member of the general assembly who is receiving benefits under the provisions of this section shall, upon written request to the board, be made, constituted, appointed and employed by the board as a special consultant on the problems of retirement and other related matters and shall upon request of the board give opinions in writing or orally in response to such requests. As compensation for such services, the retired member shall have his retirement benefits recalculated the first of the month next following his application under this subsection to reflect that any portion of a year of creditable service shall be counted as one full biennial session.

6. Any retired member who is receiving benefits from the system and is elected to the general assembly but does not serve at least three biennial sessions shall receive creditable service for the time he served in the general assembly and upon leaving the general assembly shall have an additional benefit calculated using such service.

7. Benefits paid for service credited to legislative service shall be funded as provided in section 104.436.

8. Any former member of the general assembly not retired on August 28, 1994, who is fifty-five years of age or more and who has creditable service in the general assembly of at least three full biennial assemblies and has not used such services as creditable services in any other retirement system shall be made and employed by the board as a special consultant on the problems related to retirement and shall, when requested by the board, give opinions either written or orally on such problems. As compensation for such duties the former member of the general assembly shall be entitled to retire with a normal annuity effective the first of the month following receipt by the board of a written application.

9. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, any active member of the Missouri state employees' retirement system who is vested, on August 28, 1994, under the provisions of subsection 1 of this section, and who has served as an elected county official and who, by virtue of such service was a member of a retirement system other than the Missouri state employees' retirement system but was not vested in such other retirement system, or was not a member of any retirement system, shall receive creditable prior service in the Missouri state employees' retirement system for such previous service as an elected county official.

10. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter to the contrary, any member of the general assembly initially sworn in on or after January 1, 2000, shall not be eligible to receive any retirement benefits otherwise payable pursuant to this chapter. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to any service rendered prior to January 1, 2000."; and

Further amend said bill, section 104.1084, page 102, line 1 of said page, by adding after all of said line the following:

"9. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter to the contrary, any member of the general assembly initially sworn in on or after January 1, 2000, shall not be eligible to receive any retirement benefits otherwise payable pursuant to this chapter. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to any service rendered prior to January 1, 2000."; and

Further amend title and enacting clause accordingly.

Representative Patek moved that House Amendment No. 8 be adopted.

Which motion was defeated.

On motion of Representative Skaggs, HS HCS SCS SBs 308 & 314, as amended, was adopted.

On motion of Representative Skaggs, HS HCS SCS SBs 308 & 314, as amended, was read the third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES: 087

Abel Auer Backer Barnett Bennett

Berkowitz Bonner Boucher Boykins Britt

Campbell Carter Clayton Crump Daniel

Davis 122 Davis 63 Days Dougherty Farnen

Fitzwater Foley Ford Franklin Fraser

Gambaro George Graham 24 Gratz Green

Gunn Hagan-Harrell Harlan Hartzler 123 Hickey

Hilgemann Hollingsworth Kasten Kelly 27 Kennedy

Kissell Koller Kreider Lakin Lawson

Leake Legan Liese Lograsso Long

Luetkemeyer Luetkenhaus May 108 Mays 50 McBride

McKenna McLuckie Monaco Murphy Murray

O'Connor O'Toole Parker Reynolds Riley

Rizzo Ross Scheve Schilling Seigfreid

Selby Shelton Skaggs Smith Stokan

Thompson 37 Thompson 72 Townley Treadway Troupe

Van Zandt Wagner Ward Wiggins Williams 121

Wilson Mr. Speaker

NOES: 065

Alter Ballard Bartle Berkstresser Black

Blunt Boatright Burton Champion Chrismer

Cierpiot Crawford Dolan Elliott Enz

Evans Foster Froelker Gaskill Gibbons

Graham 106 Griesheimer Gross Hampton Hanaway

Hartzler 124 Hegeman Hendrickson Hohulin Holand

Hoppe Hosmer Howerton King Klindt

Levin Linton Loudon Marble Merideth

Miller Myers Naeger Ostmann Overschmidt

Patek Pouche Pryor Purgason Ransdall

Reid Reinhart Richardson Ridgeway Robirds

Sallee Schwab Secrest Shields Summers

Surface Tudor Vogel Williams 159 Wright

PRESENT: 001

Barry 100

ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 008

Akin Bartelsmeyer Bray 84 Kelley 47 McClelland

Nordwald Relford Scott

VACANCIES: 002

Speaker Gaw declared the bill passed.

On motion of Representative Selby, title to the bill was agreed to.

Representative Ward moved that the vote by which the bill passed be reconsidered.

Representative O'Toole moved that motion lay on the table.

The latter motion prevailed.

HOUSE BILL FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL

HB 952, with House Amendment No. 1 and HS, pending, relating to sales tax exemption, was taken up and placed back on the Informal Calendar.

REFERRAL OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

The following Senate Concurrent Resolution was referred to the Committee indicated:

SCR 19 - Transportation

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 HCS HB 888, entitled:

An act to repeal sections 348.020 and 348.060, RSMo 1994, and sections 348.406, 348.407, 348.408 and 348.410, RSMo Supp. 1998, relating to the Missouri agriculture and small business development authority, and to enact in lieu thereof thirteen new sections relating to rural agricultural businesses, with an emergency clause and an expiration date for certain sections.

With Senate Amendment No. 1, Senate Amendment No. 2, Senate Amendment No. 3, Senate Amendment No. 5 and Senate Substitute Amendment No. 1 for Senate Amendment No. 7.

Senate Amendment No. 1

AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 888, Page 6, Section 348.407, Lines 4 and 6, by striking the word "authority" on said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the word "department"; and

Further amend said bill, page and section, lines 8-11, by striking all of said lines and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

"15. Any rule or portion of a rule, as that term is defined in section 536.010, RSMo, that is created under the authority delegated in sections 348.005 to 348.180 shall become effective only if it complies with and is subject to all of the provisions of chapter 536, RSMo, and, if applicable, section 536.028, RSMo. All rulemaking authority delegated prior to August 28, 1999, is of no force and effect and repealed. Nothing in this section shall be interpreted to repeal or affect the validity of any rule filed or adopted prior to August 28, 1999, if it fully complied with all applicable provisions of law. This section and chapter 536, RSMo, are nonseverable and if any of the powers vested with the general assembly pursuant to chapter 536, RSMo, to review, to delay the effective date or to disapprove and annul a rule are subsequently held unconstitutional, then the grant of rulemaking authority and any rule proposed or adopted after August 28, 1999, shall be invalid and void.".

Senate Amendment No. 2

AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 888, Page 10, Section 1, Line 25 of said page, by inserting immediately after said line the following: "Agricultural businesses owned by minority members or women shall be given consideration in the allocation of funds.".

Senate Amendment No. 3

AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 888, Page 13, Section 6, Line 26, by striking the words "seed capital investment board" and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "agricultural and small business development authority"; and

Further amend said page and section, line 28, by striking the word "board" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "authority".

Senate Amendment No. 5

AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 888, Page 4, Section 348.407, Line 5, by adding: "and only after competitive bidding".

Senate Substitute Amendment No. 1

for

Senate Amendment No. 7

AMEND Senate Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 888, Page 9, Section 1, Subsection 3, Line 5, by deleting on said line the words "one hundred" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "seventy-five".

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 adopted the Conference Committee Report on SCS HCS HB 12 and has taken up and passed CCS HB 12.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has taken up and adopted the Conference Committee Report on SCS HCS HB 13 and has taken up and passed CCS HB 13.

Mr. Speaker: I am instructed by the Senate to inform the House of Representatives that the President Pro Tem has appointed the following Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the House on HCS SCS SBs 31 & 285, as amended: Senators Howard, Maxwell, Caskey, Flotron and Rohrbach.

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT

ON

HOUSE BILL NO. 18

Mr. Speaker: Your Conference Committee appointed to confer with a like committee from the Senate on Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 18, begs leave to report that we, after open, free and fair discussion of the differences between the Senate and the House, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to the respective bodies as follows:

1. That the House recede from its position on House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 18.

2. That the Senate recede from its position on Senate Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 18.

3. That the attached Conference Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 18, be truly agreed to and finally passed.

FOR THE HOUSE: FOR THE SENATE:

/s/ Dick Franklin /s/ Wayne Goode

/s/ Scott Lakin /s/ Harry Wiggins

/s/ Louis Ford /s/ Joe Maxwell

/s/ Ken Legan /s/ John Russell

/s/ Charlie Shields /s/ Morris Westfall

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT

ON

HOUSE BILL NO. 19

Mr. Speaker: Your Conference Committee appointed to confer with a like committee from the Senate on House Bill No. 19, as amended, begs leave to report that we, after open, free and fair discussion of the differences between the Senate and House, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to the respective bodies as follows:

1. That the Senate recede from its position on SCA #1.

2. That House Bill No. 19, as amended by SCA #2, be truly agreed to and finally passed.

FOR THE HOUSE: FOR THE SENATE:

/s/ Dick Franklin /s/ Wayne Goode

/s/ Sam Leake /s/ Harry Wiggins

/s/ Mike Schilling /s/ Joe Maxwell

/s/ Ken Legan /s/ John Russell

/s/ Roy Holand /s/ Morris Westfall

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT

ON

HOUSE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE

FOR

SENATE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE

FOR

SENATE BILL NOS. 31 & 285

Mr. Speaker: Your Conference Committee, appointed to confer with a like committee of the Senate, on House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 31 & 285, with House Amendment Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11; begs leave to report that we, after free and fair discussion of the differences between the House and Senate, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to the respective bodies as follows:

1. That the House recede from its position on House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 31 & 285, as amended;

2. That the Senate recede from its position on Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 31 & 285; and

3. That the attached Conference Committee Substitute for House Committee Substitute for Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill Nos. 31 & 285 be truly agreed to and finally passed.

FOR THE HOUSE: FOR THE SENATE:

/s/ Jim Seigfreid /s/ Jerry Howard

/s/ Rita Days /s/ Harold L. Caskey

/s/ Gracia Backer /s/ Joe Maxwell

/s/ Beth Long /s/ Franc Flotron

/s/ Carl Hendrickson /s/ Larry Rohrbach

ADJOURNMENT

On motion of Representative Crump, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m, Friday, May 7, 1999.

CORRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE JOURNAL

Correct House Journal, Sixty-fourth Day, Wednesday, May 5, 1999, page 1735, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1736, roll call, by showing Representatives Crawford and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1736 and 1737, roll call, by showing Representatives King, Luetkenhaus and Robirds voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1737 and 1738, roll call, by showing Representatives Britt, King, Levin and Shields voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1738 and 1739, roll call, by showing Representatives Black and King voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1739 and 1740, roll call, by showing Representatives King and Ridgeway voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1740 and 1741, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1740 and 1741, roll call, by showing Representative King voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1741 and 1742, roll call, by showing Representatives King and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1741 and 1742, roll call, by showing Representative Akin voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1742, roll call, by showing Representative Mays (50) voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1743, roll call, by showing Representatives Luetkenhaus and Mays (50) voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1744, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1745, roll call, by showing Representatives Lawson, Luetkenhaus and Shields voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1745 and 1746, roll call, by showing Representatives Bonner, Lawson and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave"

Pages 1746 and 1747, roll call, by showing Representatives Lawson and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1747 and 1748, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1751 and 1752, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartelsmeyer, Franklin, Kelly (27) and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1752 and 1753, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartelsmeyer, Crawford, Days, Franklin, Luetkenhaus and Ridgeway voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1753 and 1754, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartelsmeyer, Luetkenhaus and Wright voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1754, roll call, by showing Representatives Barry and Bartelsmeyer voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1755, roll call, by showing Representatives Franklin and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1755, roll call, by showing Representative Ridgeway voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1756, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1756, roll call, by showing Representatives Pouche and Ridgeway voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1757, roll call, by showing Representatives Chrismer, Fitzwater, Foster, Franklin, Lawson and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1757 and 1758, roll call, by showing Representatives Barry, Chrismer, Franklin and Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1758 and 1759, roll call, by showing Representatives Barnett, Chrismer, Lawson, Luetkenhaus and Patek voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1759 and 1760, roll call, by showing Representatives Franklin, George, Hoppe, Lawson, Luetkenhaus and Patek voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1760 and 1761, roll call, by showing Representatives Bonner, Davis (122), Davis (63), Dolan, Hosmer, Kelly (27), Lawson, Luetkenhaus, Parker, Patek, Ridgeway and Ladd Stokan voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1760 and 1761, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartelsmeyer and Purgason voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1761, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartelsmeyer, Davis (122), Davis (63), Dolan, Hosmer, Kelly (27), Luetkenhaus, Parker, Patek, Ridgeway, Ladd Stokan and Riback Wilson voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1761, roll call, by showing Representative Purgason voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1762 and 1763, roll call, by showing Representative Howerton voting "aye" rather than "present".

Pages 1762 and 1763, roll call, by showing Representatives Burton and Enz voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



Pages 1763 and 1764, roll call, by showing Representatives Barry and Bennett voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1764 and 1765, roll call, by showing Representatives Barry, Bennett and Myers voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1765 and 1766, roll call, by showing Representative Champion voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1769, roll call, by showing Representatives Davis (63) and Hosmer voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1772, roll call, by showing Representative Black voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1772, roll call, by showing Representatives Crump and Hoppe voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1783 and 1784, roll call, by showing Representatives Bartle, Champion, Crawford, Dolan and Ladd Stokan voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1786 and 1787, roll call, by showing Representatives Luetkenhaus and Ladd Stokan voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1787 and 1788, roll call, by showing Representative Ward voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1788 and 1789, roll call, by showing Representatives Luetkenhaus and Ward voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1790, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1791, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1791, roll call, by showing Representative Wright voting "no" rather than "absent with leave".

Page 1792, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".

Pages 1792 and 1793, roll call, by showing Representative Luetkenhaus voting "aye" rather than "absent with leave".



COMMITTEE MEETINGS

JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

Wednesday, May 12, 1999. Senate Lounge upon evening adjournment.

Dept.of Elementary and Secondary Education. 5 CSR 80-805.015

MOTOR VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

Friday, May 7, 1999. Side gallery upon adjournment. Executive session.

To be considered - SB 392

HOUSE CALENDAR

SIXTY-SIXTH DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1999

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS FOR PERFECTION

1 HJR 20, as amended - Gratz

2 HJR 38 - Seigfreid

3 HJR 35 - Williams (121)

4 HCS HJR 4 & 21 - Graham (24)

5 HJR 30 - Shelton

6 HJR 32 - O'Connor

HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

1 HCS HB 769, as amended - Bray

2 HCS HB 934 - Treadway

3 HCS HB 456 - Fitzwater

4 HB 856 - Ford

5 HCS HB 640 - Campbell

6 HCS HB 354 - Barry

7 HCS HB 709 - Leake

8 HB 844 - Gratz

9 HB 519 - Relford

10 HCS HB 535 - May (108)

11 HB 406 - Mays (50)

12 HB 146, HCA 1 - Wiggins

13 HB 787 - Wiggins

14 HB 59, HCA 1 - Boucher

15 HB 699, HCA 1 - Kreider

16 HCS HB 142 - Campbell

17 HCS HB 488, 206 & 357 - May (108)

18 HB 85 - Troupe

19 HCS HB 200 - Troupe

20 HCS HB 89 - Troupe

21 HB 717 - Harlan

22 HCS HB 160 - O'Toole

23 HCS HB 730 - Leake

24 HCS HB 194 - Reynolds

25 HCS HB 908 - McBride

26 HB 105 - Scheve

27 HCS HB 54 - Boucher

28 HB 1021 - Boucher

29 HB 919 - Harlan

HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION - INFORMAL

1 HCS HB 351 & 295, HS, as amended, pending - Scheve

2 HCS HB 643, 710 & 711 - Bray

3 HB 952, HA 1, HS, pending - Koller

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION FOR ADOPTION AND THIRD READING

HCR 20, (2-24-99, pgs. 511 & 512) - Thompson (37)

HOUSE BILL FOR THIRD READING

HS HB 753, (Fiscal Review 3-31-99) - Rizzo

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION FOR SECOND READING

SCR 20

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION FOR ADOPTION AND THIRD READING

HCS SCS SCR 15, (4-29-99, pg. 1633) - McBride

SENATE BILLS FOR THIRD READING

1 HCS SCS SB 346 - Days

2 SB 32 - Luetkenhaus

3 SB 326 - Harlan

4 HCS SB 20 - Schilling

5 HCS SS SCS SB 14, 60 & 69 - Bray

6 SB 495 - Mays (50)

7 HCS SCS SB 61 - Hoppe

8 HCS SS SCS SB 335, (Fiscal Review 5-4-99) - Parker

9 HCS SS SCS SB 160 & 82, E.C., (Fiscal Review 5-3-99) - Hoppe

10 HCS SS SB 373 - Crump

11 SCS SB 498 - O'Connor

12 HCS SCS SB 386, E.C. - Liese

13 HCS SB 518, (Fiscal Review 5-4-99) - Rizzo

14 HCS SS SCS SB 1, 92, 111, 129 & 222, (Fiscal Review 5-4-99) - May (108)

15 HCS SCS SB 387, 206 & 131, (Fiscal Review 5-4-99) - Gunn

16 SCS SB 211 - Riback Wilson

17 SS SCS SB 19, HCA 1, E.C. (Fiscal Review 5-5-99) - Koller

18 HCS SS SB 289 - Days

19 HCS SCS SB 394 - Hoppe

20 SCS SB 325, HCA 1 - Treadway

SENATE BILLS FOR THIRD READING - INFORMAL

1 HCS SS#2 SB 163 - Kelly (27)

2 SB 4 - Thompson (37)

3 HCS SB 399, HS, as amended, pending. E.C. - Davis (122)

HOUSE BILLS WITH SENATE AMENDMENTS

1 HB 261, SA 1 - Auer

2 SS SCS HB 65, as amended, E.C. (motion pending to refuse to adopt SS, a.a., req. Senate to recede or grant conf. & conferees to exceed diff) - O'Toole

3 SS#3 SCS HS HCS HB 427, 40, 196 & 404 - Luetkenhaus

4 SS SCS HCS HB 888, as amended, E.C. - Leake

BILLS IN CONFERENCE

1 HS HCS SCS SB 436, as amended - Hoppe

2 HCS SB 219, as amended - Bray

3 HS HCS SB 291, as amended, E.C. - Dougherty

4 HS SB 310, as amended - Leake

5 HS HCS SS SCS SB 338, as amended - Harlan

6 HCS SS#2 SB 288, as amended - McLuckie

7 HS HCS SCS SB 8 & 173, as amended - Ladd Stokan

8 SB 76, HAs 1, 2, 3 & 4 - Shelton

9 CCR HCS SCS SB 31 & 285, as amended - Seigfreid

10 CCR SCS HCS HB 18, as amended - Franklin

11 CCR HB 19, as amended, SCA 1 - Franklin


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