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Eighteenth Calendar Day - Twelfth Session Day Hall of the House of Representatives Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday, January 26, 1995 The House met pursuant to adjournment at 9:01a.m., Speaker pro tempore Van Maanen of Marion in the chair. Prayer was offered by Reverend Bill Douthwaite, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Urbandale. The Journal of Wednesday, Januray 25, 1995 was approved. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS House File 78, by Jochum and Fallon, a bill for an act relating to the partial financing of campaigns for state office from income tax revenues, providing limitations on the amounts that candidates for state office may expend on campaigns, providing for public matching funds for state campaigns and a standing appropriation, providing penalties, and providing effective dates. Read first time and referred to committee on state government. House File 79, by Jochum and Fallon, a bill for an act providing for voluntary limitation of campaign expenditures and contributions for certain elective officers, providing for disclosure for candidates who do not elect to voluntarily limit campaign expenditures and contributions, and providing penalties and an effective date. Read first time and referred to committee on state government. House File 80, by Millage, a bill for an act applying the death penalty or life imprisonment to public offenses classified as capital murder, by establishing criteria for the offense of capital murder, by providing a minimum age for imposition of a death sentence, by providing for review of death sentences, by providing for execution by lethal injection, by amending the rules of criminal procedure, and by providing for the Act's applicability. Read first time and referred to committee on judiciary. House File 81, by Myers, a bill for an act relating to motorcycle education and providing an effective date and a retroactive applicability provision. Read first time and referred to committee on transportation. House File 82, by Cohoon, a bill for an act requiring mandatory deposits on plastic milk jugs. Read first time and referred to committee on environmental protection. House File 83, by Coon, a bill for an act relating to property tax exemption schedules for property located in an urban revitalization area and to exemptions from property taxation for improvements to residential property located in an urban revitalization area, and providing an applicability date. Read first time and referred to committee on ways and means. House File 84, by Ollie, a bill for an act relating to a city's power to allow eligible electors of the city to propose or request reconsideration of a city ordinance. Read first time and referred to committee on local government. House File 85, by Coon, a bill for an act relating to the frequency of elections to submit alternative forms of government to the county electorate. Read first time and referred to committee on local government. House File 86, by Brunkhorst, a bill for an act to eliminate the well contractor certification program. Read first time and referred to committee on environmental protection. House File 87, by Greig, a bill for an act relating to the goal for the amount of Iowa's land area provided public open space protection. Read first time and referred to committee on natural resources. House File 88, by Coon, a bill for an act relating to the purchase of voting machines and electronic voting systems by a county. Read first time and referred to committee on local government. House File 89, by Brunkhorst, a bill for an act relating to beverage container deposits and providing penalties. Read first time and referred to committee on environmental protection. ADOPTION OF SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT ON MILEAGE Brunkhorst of Bremer called up for consideration the Supplemental Report on Mileage, found on page 171 of the House Journal, and moved its adoption. The motion prevailed and the report was adopted. HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 4 WITHDRAWN HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 4 WITHDRAWN Garman of Story asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw House Concurrent Resolution 4 from further consideration by the House. CONSIDERATION OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 3 Rants of Woodbury called up for consideration Senate Concurrent Resolution 3, a concurrent resolution relating to the compensation of chaplains, officers and employees of the seventy-sixth general assembly, as follows: 1 SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 3 2 BY COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION 3 A concurrent resolution relating to the compensation 4 of chaplains, officers and employees of the 5 seventy-sixth general assembly. 6 WHEREAS, section 2.11 of the Code provides that 7 "The compensation of the chaplains, officers, and 8 employees of the general assembly shall be fixed by 9 joint action of the house and senate by resolution at 10 the opening of each session, or as soon thereafter as 11 conveniently can be done.", NOW THEREFORE, 12 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE, THE HOUSE CONCURRING, 13 That the compensation for the following officers for 14 the period commencing January
11, 19939, 1995 and 15 ending January 9, 199513, 1997, shall be within the 16 following ranges: 17 Secretary of the Senate and Chief 18 Clerk of the House................. $42,000 to $72,95619 $44,373 to $76,580 20 Within the indicated ranges the exact compensation 21 shall be set or adjusted for the senate officers by 22 the senate rules and administration committee and for 23 the house officers by the house administration and 24 rules committee. The committees shall report the 25 exact compensation assigned to each position on the 26 next legislative day, or, if such action is during the 27 interim, on the first day the senate or house shall 28 convene. Any action by the senate or house to 29 disapprove or amend the report shall be effective the 30 day after the action. Page 2 1 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the compensation of 2 the employees of the seventy-fifthseventy-sixth 3 general assembly is set, effective from January 11,4 19939, 1995, until January 9, 199513, 1997, in 5 accordance with the following salary schedule: 6 #8 #9 #10 #11 #127 $11,564.80 $12,126.40 $12,750.40 $13,395.20 $14,060.808 5.56 5.83 6.13 6.44 6.769 10 #13 #14 #15 #16 #1711 $14,768.00 $15,537.60 $16,348.80 $17,160.00 $17,950.4012 7.10 7.47 7.86 8.25 8.6313 14 #18 #19 #20 #21 #2215 $18,824.00 $19,697.60 $20,696.00 $21,652.80 $22,713.6016 9.05 9.47 9.95 10.41 10.9217 18 #23 #24 #25 #26 #2719 $23,816.00 $24,918.40 $26,145.60 $27,372.80 $28,683.2020 11.45 11.98 12.57 13.16 13.7921 22 #28 #29 #30 #31 #3223 $30,076.80 $31,532.80 $33,030.40 $34,652.80 $36,254.4024 14.46 15.16 15.88 16.66 17.4325 26 #33 #34 #35 #36 #3727 $38,064.00 $39,852.80 $41,745.60 $43,763.20 $45,884.8028 18.30 19.16 20.07 21.04 22.0629 30 #38 #39 #40 #41 #42Page 3 1 $48,068.80 $50,398.40 $52,832.00 $55,369.60 $58,032.002 23.11 24.23 25.40 26.62 27.903 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 4 $12,022.40 $12,625.60 $13,270.40 $13,936.00 $14,643.20 5 5.78 6.07 6.38 6.70 7.04 6 7 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 8 $15,350.40 $16,161.60 $17,014.40 $17,867.20 $18,678.40 9 7.38 7.77 8.18 8.59 8.98 10 11 #18 #19 #20 #21 #22 12 $19,572.80 $20,488.00 $21,528.00 $22,526.40 $23,628.80 13 9.41 9.85 10.35 10.83 11.36 14 15 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 16 $24,772.80 $25,916.80 $27,206.40 $28,475.20 $29,848.00 17 11.91 12.46 13.08 13.69 14.35 18 19 #28 #29 #30 #31 #32 20 $31,304.00 $32,801.60 $34,361.60 $36,046.40 $37,731.20 21 15.05 15.77 16.52 17.33 18.14 22 23 #33 #34 #35 #36 #37 24 $39,603.20 $41,454.40 $43,430.40 $45,531.20 $47,736.00 25 19.04 19.93 20.88 21.89 22.95 26 27 #38 #39 #40 #41 #42 28 $50,003.20 $52,416.00 $54,974.40 $57,595.20 $60,382.40 29 24.04 25.20 26.43 27.69 29.03 30 In this schedule, each numbered block shall be the Page 4 1 yearly and hourly compensation for the pay grade of 2 the number heading the block. Within each grade there 3 shall be six steps numbered "1" through "6". In the 4 above schedule the steps for all grades are determined 5 in the following manner. Each numbered block is 6 counted as the "1" step for that grade. The next 7 higher block is counted as the "2" step; the next 8 higher block is the "3" step; the next higher block is 9 the "4" step; the next higher block is the "5" step; 10 the next higher block is the "6" step. 11 All employees shall be available to work daily 12 until completion of the senate's and house of 13 representatives' business. The employee's division 14 supervisor shall schedule all employees' working hours 15 to, as far as possible, maintain regular working 16 hours. 17 All employees, other than those designated "part- 18 time" shall be compensated for 40 hours of work in a 19 one-week pay period. Secretaries to senators and 20 representatives are presumed to have 40 hours of work 21 each week the legislature is in session and shall be 22 paid only on that basis. Except for the personnel 23 designated to the contrary in this resolution, 24 employees who are required to work in excess of 40 25 hours in a one-week pay period shall either be 26 compensated at a rate of pay equal to one and one-half 27 times the hourly pay provided in this resolution or 28 allowed compensatory time off at a rate of one and 29 one-half hours for each hour of overtime. 30 The following personnel shall not be paid an Page 5 1 overtime premium: 2 Secretary of the Senate 3 Chief Clerk of the House 4 Assistant Secretary of the Senate 5 Assistant Chief Clerk of the House 6 Senate Legal Counsel 7 House Legal Counsel 8 Finance Officer 9 Senior Finance Officer 10 Senior Journal Editor 11 All Administrative Assistants 12 All Research Analysts 13 All Research Assistants 14 All Secretaries to Senators and Representatives 15 All Caucus Staff Directors 16 All SeniorCaucus Secretaries 17 Administrative, Executive, and Confidential 18 Secretaries to President, Speaker, Leader or 19 Secretary of Senate or Chief Clerk of House 20 This list may be modified pursuant to the annual 21 review authorized in this resolution. 22 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That part-time employees 23 shall be compensated at the scheduled hourly rate for 24 their pay grade and step. 25 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That compensatory time off 26 shall be granted to employees not eligible for the 27 overtime paypremium in a uniform manner for all 28 legislative employees as determined by the legislative 29 council. 30 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in the event the Page 6 1 salary schedule for employees of the State of Iowa as 2 promulgated by the personnel commission pursuant to 3 section 19A.9, subsection 2, Code 19931995, is 4 revised upward at any time during the seventy-fifth5 seventy-sixth general assembly, such revised schedule 6 shall simultaneously be adopted for the compensation 7 of the employees of the seventy-fifthseventy-sixth 8 general assembly assigned a grade by this resolution. 9 The pay ranges of those positions specifically listed 10 on page one of this resolution shall be automatically 11 adjusted to reflect any cost of living increases 12 granted to those employees not included in the 13 collective bargaining agreementagreements made final 14 under chapter 20 of the Code and increases provided by 15 the legislative council for agency directors. 16 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That adjustments in the 17 positions and compensation listed in this resolution 18 may be made through an annual interim review of all 19 legislative employees for internal equity and to 20 assure compliance with appropriate legal standards for 21 granting of overtime and compensatory time off. Such 22 review shall be conducted by a legislative committee 23 made up of members of the service committee of 24 legislative council and the appropriate salary 25 subcommittees of the senate and house. Only one such 26 review may be done in any fiscal year and adjustments 27 suggested must be approved by the appropriate hiring 28 body. 29 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the employees of the 30 seventy-fifthseventy-sixth general assembly be placed Page 7 1 in the following pay grades: 2 EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE 3 Sr. Assistant Chief Clerk of the House Grade 41 4 Assistant Chief Clerk of the House III Grade 38 5 Assistant Chief Clerk of the House II Grade 35 6 Assistant Chief Clerk of the House I Grade 32 7 Legal Counsel II Grade 35 8 Legal Counsel I Grade 32 9 Legal Counsel Grade 30 10 Sr. Caucus Staff Director Grade 41 11 Caucus Staff Director Grade 38 12 Administrative Assistant to Leader 13 or Speaker Grade 27 14 Administrative Assistant I to Leader 15 or Speaker Grade 29 16 Administrative Assistant II to Leader 17 or Speaker Grade 32 18 Administrative Assistant III to Leader 19 or Speaker Grade 35 20 Sr. Administrative Assistant to 21 Leader or Speaker Grade 38 22 Research Assistant Grade 24 23 Legislative Research Analyst Grade 27 24 Legislative Research Analyst I Grade 29 25 Legislative Research Analyst II Grade 32 26 Legislative Research Analyst III Grade 35 27 Sr. Legislative Research Analyst Grade 38 28 Secretary to Leader or Speaker Grade 19 29 Caucus Secretary Grade 21 30 Senior Caucus Secretary Grade 24 Page 8 1 Administrative Secretary to Leader, 2 Speaker, or Chief Clerk Grade 21 3 Executive Secretary to Leader, 4 Speaker or Chief Clerk Grade 24 5 Confidential Secretary to Leader, 6 Speaker, or Chief Clerk Grade 27 7 Clerk to Chief Clerk Grade 16 8 Supervisor of Secretaries Grade 21 9 Supervisor of Secretaries I Grade 24 10 Supervisor of Secretaries II Grade 27 11 Senior Editor Grade 30 12 Editor II Grade 25 13 Editor I Grade 22 14 Assistant Editor Grade 19 15 Compositor/Desk Top Specialist Grade 17 16 Sr. Text Processor Grade 25 17 Text Processor II Grade 22 18 Text Processor I Grade 19 19 Senior Finance Officer Grade 31 20 Finance Officer II Grade 27 21 Finance Officer I Grade 24 22 Assistant Finance Officer Grade 21 23 Recording Clerk II Grade 24 24 Recording Clerk I Grade 21 25 Assistant Legal Counsel Grade 27 26 Engrossing & Enrolling Processor Grade 27 27 Assistant to the Legal Counsel Grade 19 28 Indexer II Grade 25 29 Indexer I Grade 22 30 Indexing Assistant Grade 19 Page 9 1 Supply Clerk Grade 16 2 Switchboard Operator Grade 14 3 Legislative Secretary Grade 15 4 Legislative Committee Secretary Grade 17 5 Bill Clerk Grade 14 6 Assistant Bill Clerk. Grade 12 7 Postmaster Grade 12 8 Sergeant-at-Arms Grade 17 9 Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Grade 14 10 Chief Doorkeeper Grade 12 11 Doorkeepers Grade 11 12 Pages Minimum Wage 13 EMPLOYEES OF THE SENATE 14 Sr. Assistant Secretary of the Senate Grade 41 15 Assistant Secretary of the Senate III Grade 38 16 Assistant Secretary of the Senate II Grade 35 17 Assistant Secretary of the Senate I Grade 32 18 Legal Counsel II Grade 35 19 Legal Counsel I Grade 32 20 Legal Counsel Grade 30 21 Sr. Caucus Staff Director Grade 41 22 Caucus Staff Director Grade 38 23 Administrative Assistant to Leader 24 or President Grade 27 25 Administrative Assistant I to Leader 26 or President Grade 29 27 Administrative Assistant II to Leader 28 or President Grade 32 29 Administrative Assistant III to Leader 30 or President Grade 35 Page 10 1 Sr. Administrative Assistant to 2 Leader or President. Grade 38 3 Research Assistant Grade 24 4 Legislative Research Analyst Grade 27 5 Legislative Research Analyst I Grade 29 6 Legislative Research Analyst II Grade 32 7 Legislative Research Analyst III Grade 35 8 Sr. Legislative Research Analyst Grade 38 9 Caucus Secretary. Grade 21 10 Senior Caucus Secretary Grade 24 11 Secretary to Leader or President Grade 19 12 Administrative Secretary to Leader, President, 13 or Secretary of the Senate Grade 21 14 Executive Secretary to Leader, President, 15 or Secretary of the Senate Grade 24 16 Confidential Secretary to Leader, President, 17 or Secretary of the Senate Grade 27 18 Supervisor of Secretaries Grade 21 19 Supervisor of Secretaries I Grade 24 20 Supervisor of Secretaries II Grade 27 21 Senior Editor Grade 30 22 Editor II Grade 25 23 Editor I Grade 22 24 Assistant Editor Grade 19 25 Compositor/Desk Top Specialist~ Grade 17 26 Assistant Legal Counsel Grade 27 27 Assistant to the Legal Counsel Grade 19 28 Proofreader Grade 16 29 Senior Finance Officer Grade 31 30 Finance Officer II Grade 27 Page 11 1 Finance Officer I Grade 24 2 Assistant Finance Officer Grade 21 3 Recording Clerk II Grade 24 4 Recording Clerk I Grade 21 5 Indexer II Grade 25 6 Indexer I Grade 22 7 Indexing Assistant Grade 19 8 Records and Supply Clerk Grade 18 9 Switchboard Operator Grade 14 10 Legislative Secretary Grade 15 11 Legislative Committee Secretary Grade 17 12 Bill Clerk Grade 14 13 Assistant Bill Clerk Grade 12 14 Postmaster Grade 12 15 Sergeant-at-Arms Grade 17 16 Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Grade 14 17 Chief Doorkeeper Grade 12 18 Doorkeepers Grade 11 19 Pages Minimum Wage 20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That there shall be four 21 classes of appointments as employees of the general 22 assembly: 23 A "permanent full-time" or "permanent part-time" 24 employee is one who is employed the year around and 25 eligible to receive state benefits. 26 An "exempt full-time" employee is one who is 27 employed for the period of the sessions with 28 extensions post-session and pre-session as scheduled. 29 This class is eligible to receive state benefits with 30 the cost of benefits to the state to be paid by the Page12 1 employee when not on the payroll. 2 A "session-only" employee is one who is employed 3 for only a portion of the year, usually the 4 legislative session. This class is not eligible for 5 state benefits, except IPERS, and insurance as 6 provided in section 2.40. 7 A "part-time" employee is one who is employed to 8 work less than 40 hours per week. This class is not 9 eligible for state benefits, except IPERS if eligible. 10 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the exact 11 classification for individuals in a job series created 12 by this resolution shall be set or changed for senate 13 employees by the senate rules and administration 14 committee and for the house employees by the house 15 administration and rules committee. The committees 16 shall base the classification upon the following 17 factors: 18 1. The extent of formal education required of the 19 position; and, 20 2. The extent of the responsibilities to be 21 assigned to the position; and, 22 3. The amount of supervision placed over the 23 position; and, 24 4. The number of persons the position is assigned 25 to supervise and skill and responsibilities of those 26 positions supervised. 27 The committees shall report the exact 28 classifications assigned to each individual on the 29 next legislative day, or, if such action is during the 30 interim, on the first day the senate or house shall Page 13 1 convene. Any action by the senate or house to 2 disapprove a report or a portion of a report shall be 3 effective the day after the action. 4 Recommendations for a pay grade for a new position 5 shall be developed in accordance with the factor 6 scores in the comparable worth report. Beginning in 7 19951997, every four years the senate rules and 8 administration committee, the house administration 9 committee, and the legislative council shall review 10 all positions in the legislative branch to assure 11 conformity to comparable worth. 12 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a senator or 13 representative may employ a secretary who in the 14 judgment of the senator or representative employing 15 such person, possesses the necessary skills to perform 16 the duties such senator or representative shall 17 designate, under the administrative direction, as 18 appropriate, of the secretary of the senate or the 19 chief clerk of the house. 20 Each standing committee chairperson, ethics 21 committee chairperson, and each appropriations 22 subcommittee chairperson shall designate a secretary 23 who is competent to perform the following duties: 24 prepare committee minutes, committee reports, type 25 committee correspondence, maintain committee records, 26 and otherwise assist the committee. Such duties shall 27 be performed in accordance with standards which shall 28 be provided by the secretary of the senate and chief 29 clerk of the house. In making the designation, 30 chairpersons shall consider persons for possible Page 14 1 designation as the secretary to the committee in the 2 following order: 3 First: The secretary to the chairperson. 4 Second: The secretary to the committee's vice- 5 chairperson. 6 Third: The secretary to any other member of the 7 committee. 8 Fourth: The secretary to any other member in the 9 same house as the committee. 10 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a Legal Counsel II 11 shall be a person who has graduated from an accredited 12 school of law and is admitted to practice in Iowa as 13 an Attorney and Counselor at Law and possesses either 14 a Masters of Law degree or has at least two years of 15 legal experience after admission to practice. 16 A Legal Counsel I shall be a person who has 17 graduated from an accredited school of law and is 18 admitted to practice in Iowa as an Attorney and 19 Counselor at Law. 20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That employees of the 21 general assembly may be eligible for either: 22 a) increases in salary grade or step based on 23 evaluation of their job performance and 24 recommendations of their administrative officers, 25 subject to approval of the senate committee on rules 26 and administration or the house committee on 27 administration and rules, as appropriate, provided, 28 however, that for promotions between classes with a 29 three or more pay grade difference, the employee shall 30 be given a two-step increase in pay or the employee's Page 15 1 salary shall be adjusted to the entry level in the 2 grade of the new position, whichever is greater; or 3 b) mobility within pay steps at the discretion of 4 the chief clerk of the house upon recommendation by 5 the employee's division supervisor on the part of the 6 house, and the discretion of the employee's division 7 supervisor on the part of the senate, subject to the 8 approval of the house committee on administration and 9 rules or the senate committee on rules and 10 administration, as appropriate -- in accord with the 11 following schedule: 12 (1) Progression from step "1" to "2" for a newly 13 hired employee -- six months of actual employment. 14 (2) Progression from step "1" to "2" following 15 promotion within a job series -- twelve months of 16 actual employment in that position. 17 (3) Progression from step "2" to "3", and step "3" 18 to "4", and step "4" to "5", and step "5" to "6" -- 19 twelve months of actual employment. 20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in addition to the 21 steps provided in the preceding paragraph, that 22 secretaries to senators and representatives who were 23 employees of the senate or house of representatives 24 during any general assembly prior to January 9, 1989, 25 and who have received certification for passing a 26 typing and shorthand performance examination shall be 27 eligible for two additional steps. 28 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in addition to the 29 steps provided in the preceding paragraph, that 30 secretaries to senators and representatives shall be Page 16 1 eligible for a maximum of three additional grades 2 beyond grade 15, in any combination, as provided in 3 this paragraph: 4 1. One additional grade for a secretary to a 5 standing committee chair, ethics committee chair or 6 appropriations subcommittee chair who is not the 7 designated committee secretary. 8 2. One additional grade for a secretary to a vice- 9 chairperson or ranking member of a standing committee, 10 ethics committee or appropriations subcommittee. 11 3. One additional grade for a secretary to the 12 chairperson of the chaplain's committee. 13 4. Two additional grades for a secretary to an 14 assistant floor leader or speaker pro tempore or 15 president pro tempore. 16 5. One additional grade for a designated committee 17 secretary who is also the designated committee 18 secretary for an additional standing committee, ethics 19 committee, or appropriations subcommittee. 20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That in the event the 21 secretary to the chairperson of the chaplain's 22 committee is the secretary to the president, speaker, 23 or the majority or minority leader, such secretary 24 shall receive one additional step. 25 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the entrance salary 26 for employees of the general assembly shall be at step 27 1 in the grade of the position held. Such employee 28 may be hired above the entrance step if possessing 29 outstanding and unusual experience for the position, 30 provided that the entrance is not beyond step 3. Such Page 17 1 employee who is hired above the entrance step shall be 2 mobile above that step in the same period of time as 3 other employees in that same step. An officer or 4 employee who is moved to another position may be 5 considered for partial or full credit for their 6 experience in the former position in determining the 7 step in the new grade. 8 The entry level for the position of research 9 analyst shall be Legislative Research Analyst, unless 10 extraordinary conditions justify increasing that entry 11 level; however, that entry level may not be increased 12 beyond Legislative Research Analyst I. A research 13 analyst must have shown knowledge of legislative rules 14 and procedures as well as the Code of Iowa to be 15 considered at any level above a Legislative Research 16 Analyst. 17 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a pay increase for 18 employees of one step within the pay grade for the 19 position may be made for exceptionally meritorious 20 service in addition to step increases provided for in 21 this resolution, at the discretion of the chief clerk 22 upon recommendation by the employee's division 23 supervisor on the part of the house, and upon 24 recommendation by the employee's division supervisor 25 on the part of the senate, and the approval of the 26 senate committee on rules and administration or the 27 house committee on administration and rules. 28 Exceptionally meritorious service pay increases shall 29 be governed by the following: 30 a. The employee must have served in the position Page 18 1 for at least twelve months; 2 b. Written justification, setting forth in detail 3 the nature of the exceptionally meritorious service 4 rendered, must be submitted to the senate rules and 5 administration committee or house administration and 6 rules committee and approved in advance of granting 7 the pay increase; 8 c. No more than one exceptionally meritorious 9 service pay increase may be granted in any twelve- 10 month period. 11 d. Such meritorious service pay increase shall not 12 be granted beyond the six-step maximum for that 13 position. 14 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the senate rules and 15 administration committee and the house administration 16 and rules committee shall both hire officers and 17 employees for their respective bodies and fill any 18 vacancies which may occur, to be effective at such 19 time as they shall set. The committee shall report 20 the names of those it has hired for the positions 21 specified in this resolution or the filling of any 22 vacancies on the next legislative day or, if such 23 action is during the interim, on the first day the 24 senate or house shall convene. Any action by the 25 senate or house to amend or disapprove a report or a 26 portion of a report shall be effective the day after 27 the action. 28 The chief clerk of the house shall submit to the 29 house committee on administration and rules and the 30 secretary of the senate shall submit to the senate Page 19 1 committee on rules and administration the list of 2 names, or amendments thereto, of employee 3 classifications and recommended pay step for each 4 officer and employee. Such list shall include 5 recommendations for the pay step for all employees. 6 Each respective committee shall approve or amend the 7 list of recommended classifications and pay steps and 8 publish said list in the journal. 9 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That permanent employees of 10 the general assembly shall receive vacation 11 allowances, sick leave, health and accident insurance, 12 life insurance, and disability income insurance as are 13 provided for full-time permanent state employees. The 14 computations shall be maintained by the finance 15 officers in each house and coordinated with the 16 department of managementrevenue and finance. 17 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That should any employee 18 have a grievance, the grievance shall be resolved as 19 provided by procedures determined by the senate rules 20 and administration committee for senate employees or 21 the house administration and rules committee for house 22 employees. 23 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That it is the intent of24 the general assembly that the legislative council25 adopt a resolution similar to this resolution which 26 provides for the compensation and benefits of all 27 legislative central staff agency employees for the 28 seventy-fifthseventy-sixth general assembly. The 29 resolution shall be adopted as soon as practicable 30 after the first meeting of the legislative councilPage 20 1 during the 1993 sessionconvening of the seventy-sixth 2 general assembly, and published in the journals of the 3 senate and house. 4 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the compensation of 5 chaplains officiating at the opening of the daily 6 sessions of the house of representatives and the 7 senate of the seventy-fifthseventy-sixth general 8 assembly be fixed at ten dollars for each house of the 9 general assembly, and that mileage for chaplains be 10 fixed at the rate of twenty-one cents per mile to and 11 from the State Capitol. Rants of Woodbury offered the following amendment H-3002 filed by the committee on administration and rules and moved its adoption: H-3002 1 Amend Senate Concurrent Resolution 3, as passed by 2 the Senate, as follows: 3 1. Page 5, line 16, by striking the word " Senior" 4 and inserting the following: "Senior". 5 2. Page 5, by inserting after line 21 the follow- 6 ing: 7 "Beginning with the convening of the Seventy- 8 seventh General Assembly, all caucus secretaries shall 9 not be paid an overtime premium." 10 3. Page 7, lines 18 and 19, by striking the words 11 "Leader or Speaker" and inserting the following: 12 "Leader, orSpeaker, or Speaker Pro Tempore". 13 4. Page 13, line 8, by inserting after the words 14 "house administration" the following: "and rules". 15 5. Page 15, line 3, by striking the words "pay 16 steps" and inserting the following: "a pay steps17 grade". The committee amendment H-3002 was adopted. On motion by Rants of Woodbury, the resolution, as amended, was adopted. On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie, the House was recessed at 9:23 a.m., until 1:00 p.m. AFTERNOON SESSION The House reconvened at 1:08 p.m., Speaker pro tempore Van Maanen of Marion in the chair. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS House File 90, by Larson, a bill for an act increasing the research activities tax credit for purposes of the state individual and corporate income taxes and providing effective and applicability date provisions. Read first time and referred to committee on economic development. House File 91, by Coon, a bill for an act redefining the purpose of a geographic computer database system for bonding purposes by a county. Read first time and referred to committee on local government. House File 92, by Cataldo, a bill for an act relating to the frequency of a request for review of a child support order being enforced by the child support recovery unit. Read first time and referred to committee on human resources. House File 93, by Connors, a bill for an act requiring seat belts in truck beds and making existing penalties applicable. Read first time and referred to committee on transportation. House File 94, by committee on judiciary, a bill for an act to permit certain dissolutions of marriage to take place without a hearing. Read first time and placed on the calendar. House File 95, by Rants, a bill for an act concerning a reduction in automobile liability premiums for certain drivers aged fifty-five or older and providing an effective date. Read first time and referred to committee on commerce - regulation. House File 96, by Houser, a bill for an act relating to the office hours of the county commissioner of elections. Read first time and referred to committee on local government. House File 97, by committee on ways and means, a bill for an act relating to the reduction in the individual income tax rates, providing for surplus moneys to replace the general fund revenue loss as a result, establishing a rate reduction replacement fund, and appropriating moneys to the cash reserve fund, and providing effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. Read first time and placed on the ways and means calendar. SPECIAL PRESENTATION Bernau of Story presented to the House Lia Pierson of Ames. Lia is one of only thirty-two Americans to be selected as a Rhodes Scholar and only the fifth Iowa State University student to receive this award. Lia is majoring in chemical engineering and has also been very active in various extracurricular activities. She will be attending Oxford University in England this fall. The House rose and expressed its welcome. REPORT OF HOUSE ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE MR. SPEAKER: Pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution 3, your committee on administration and submits the following to be employed in the indicated positions, and at the indicated classification, grades and steps, and the changes in the classification of the indicated officers and employees to be effective on the date indicated: Grade Class of and Appoint- Position Name Step ment Assistant Chief Clerk I Gregory A. Spenner 32\1 E\FT Assistant Chief Clerk I Jason W. Gross 32\1 E\FT Sr. Caucus Staff Director Warren L. Fye 41\3 P\FT Sr. Caucus Staff Director Paulee Lipsman 41\4 P\FT Administrative Assistant IIA. John Davis 32\3 P\FT To Speaker Administrative Assistant IIJeffrey G. Mitchell 32\2 P\FT to Speaker Executive Secretary to Susan Bruckshaw 24\1 E\FT Speaker Administrative Assistant Maryjo F. Welch 35\5 S\O II to Speaker Pro Tempore Senior Administrative Mark W. Brandsgard 38\6 P\FT Assistant to Leader Administrative Assistant II Susan D. Severino 32\3 P\FT to Leader Administrative Sectretary to Becky L. Lorenz 21\1 P\FT Leader Legislative Research Lon W. Anderson 29\2 P\FT Analyst I Legislative Research Patricia A. Axmear 27\1 P\FT Analyst Legislative Research Pamela H. Dugdale 32\2 P\FT Analyst I Legislative Research Elizabeth L. Henderson 27\3 P\FT Analyst Legislative Research Stacie Maass 29\3 P\FT Analyst I Grade Class of and Appoint- Position Name Step ment Legislative Research Lewis Olson 29\2 P\FT Analyst I Legislative Research Craig R. Schoenfeld 27\1 P\FT Analyst Senior Legislative Research Margaret Ann Thomson 38\2 P\FT Analyst Senior Caucus Secretary Bruce G. Brandt 24\6 P\FT Legislative Research James M. Addy 27\2 P\FT Analyst Legislative Research Mary C. Braun 32\3 P\FT Analyst II Senior Legislative Research Edward J. Conlow 38\3 P\FT Analyst Senior Legislative Research Mary E. O. 38\6 P\FT Analyst Fleckenstein Senior Legislative Research Thomas R. Patterson 38\6 P\FT Analyst Legislative Research Joseph P. Romano 35\2 P\FT Analyst III Legislative Research Jenifer L. Parsons 29\3 P\FT Analyst I Caucus Secretary Ingrid L. Johnson 21\2 P\FT Executive Secretary to Carolyn Gaukel 24\5 P\FT Speaker Secretary Supervisor I Colleen Dillon 24\6 P\FT Recording Clerk II Alyce Elmitt 24\3 P\FT Confidential Secretary to Betty M. Soener 27\2 P\FT Chief Clerk Clerk to Chief Clerk E. Kay Bales 16\1 S\O Senior Journal Editor Vivian M. Anders 30\5 P\FT Assistant Journal Editor Lois E. Bishop 19\5 P\FT Compositor Desk Top David Lee Stanley 17\1 P\FT Specialist Senior Finance Officer Billie Jean Walling 31\6 P\FT Finance Officer II Debra K. Rex 27\6 P\FT Assistant Legal Counsel E. Jane Fowler 27\6 P\FT Engrossing\Enrolling Pauline E. Kephart 27\6 S\O Processor Text Processor I Patricia J. Ashton 19\1 S\O Assistant to the Legal Doreen R. Terrell 19\1 S\O Counsel Indexer II Juanita F. 25\6 P\FT Swackhammer Indexing Assistant Kristin L. Wentz 19\3 P\FT Switchboard Operator Madeline E. James 14\6 S\O Switchboard Operator Lisa Marie Galvan 14\1 S\O Bill Clerk Mildred Stewart 14\6 S\O Assistant Bill Clerk Marie A. Kirby 12\2 S\O Postmaster William C. Walling 12\2 S\O Sergeant-at-Arms Cecil M. Rhoads 17\2 S\O Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Marvin Hollingshead 14\2 S\O Grade Class of and Appoint- Position Name Step ment Doorkeeper Maynard L. 11\3 S\O Boatwright Doorkeeper Dwight H. Dugan 11\3 S\O Doorkeeper Alfred H. Edwards 11\3 S\O Doorkeeper Orson R. McNitt 11\2 S\O Doorkeeper Kathleen L. O'Leary 11\3 S\O Doorkeeper Richard R. 11\1 S\O Overholser Doorkeeper Wilbur N. Rhoads 11\2 S\O GROUP I Speaker's Page Mary K. Earnhardt $4..65 S\O per hour Chief Clerk's Page Jay C. McLaren $4.65 S\O per hour Chief Clerk's Page Chad P. Vande Lune $4.65 S\O per hour Page Brooke A. Barnett $4.65 S\O per hour Page Tara A. Bartosh $4.65 S\O per hour Page Emelie M. Boelter $4.65 S\O per hour Page Amy N. Fabor $4.65 S\O per hour Page Peter A. $4.65 S\O Grandgeorge per hour Page De An Hart $4.65 S\O per hour Page Scott C. Hultgren $4.65 S\O per hour Page Aaron J. Johnson $4.65 S\O per hour Page Miekka N. Katter $4.65 S\O per hour Page Joshua L. Ladwig $4.65 S\O per hour Page Deana D. Lauritzen 4.65 S\O per hour Page Matthew J. Loecke $4.65 S\O per hour Page Rachel R. Marienau $4.65 S\O per hour Page Jennifer M. McNally $4.65 S\O per hour Page Kelly M. O'Brien $4.65 S\O per hour Page Cambre A. Pickle $4.65 S\O per hour Grade Class of and Appoint- Position Name Step ment Page Katy M. Routh $4.65 S\O per hour Page Jennifer L. Smith $4.65 S\O per hour Page Sara E. Stone $4.65 S\O per hour Page Ryan A. Verhulst $4.65 S\O per hour Page Toni L. Verlengia $4.65 S\O per hour Page Kelly J. Vogel $4.65 S\O per hour GROUP II Page Jennifer L. Banger $4.65 S\O per hour Page Jonathan P. Bockert $4.65 S\O per hour Page Rebecca C. Booth $4.65 S\O per hour Page Tanya R. Douglas $4.65 S\O per hour Page Amanda D. Dykstra $4.65 S\O per hour Page Daniel R. Goos $4.65 S\O per hour Page Traci M. Heim $4.65 S\O per hour Page Cora A. Lubbert $4.65 S\O per hour Page Brian S. Mensen $4.65 S\O per hour Page Sara Ann Nelson $4.65 S\O per hour Page Holly A. Norman $4.65 S\O per hour Page Sarah E. Pederson $4.65 S\O per hour Page Jeremy A. Plagman $4.65 S\O per hour Page Josie J. Roslansky $4.65 S\O per hour Legislative Secretary Melonie Rae Allyn 16\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Cheryl K. Arnold 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Norma L. Bakros 18\4+2 S\O Legislative Committee Mindi K. Balmer 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Susan M. Betsinger 16\1 S\O Grade Class of and Appoint- Position Name Step ment Legislative Secretary Sandra J. Blodgett 17\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Frank H. Boggess 15\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Alberta B. Bowdre 16\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Patricia A. Bradley 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Grace R. Branstad 15\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Joan K. Brauer 16\4 S\O Legislative Secretary Matthew J. Brewer 15\1 S\O Legislative Committee Kristine L. 17\1 S\O Secretary Brunkhorst Legislative Secretary Gretchen Cardamon 17\4+2 S\O Legislative Secretary R. Jeannene Cochran 16\6+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Marjorie I. Connors 17\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Wanda L. Cornelius 16\1 S\O Legislative Committee Phyllis R. Cowles 17\6+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Committee Ruth A. Daggett 18\4+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Kitte L. Dormady 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Shirley J. Drake 16\2 S\O Legislative Committee Brian E. Dumas 18\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Committee Matt M. 17\1 S\O Secretary Dummermuth Legislative Secretary Joan R. Eggen 16\6+2 S\O Legislative Commitee Helen R. Ertl 17\2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary M. Rosalie Flesher 16\3+2 S\O Legislative Committee Nancy D. Frank 17\2 S\O Secretary Legislative Committee LaVena M. Fries 17\6+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Matthew L. Gannon 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Erich J. Gaukel 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Audrey J. Gibson 16\5+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Mary S. Green 15\1 S\O Legislative Committee Constance K. Grieg 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Dorothy A. Gries 15\2 S\O Legislative Committee Susan L. Grundberg 17\2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Doris E. Guess 16\3 S\O Legislative Secretary Warren S. Gunnels 17\1 S\O Legislative Committee Matthew J. 17\1 S\O Secretary Haindfield Legislative Secretary Carol F. Hansen 16\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Mary E. Heaton 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Nancy J. 16\1 S\O Hendrickson Legislative Secretary Deborah L. Holman 18\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Earl Y. Horlyk 15\1 S\O Grade Class of and Appoint\ Position Name Step ment Legislative Secretary Chad M. Hoseth 15\1 S\O Legislative Secretary David E. Kindwall 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Jennifer J. Kingland 16\1 S\O Legislative Committee Karen F. Klemme 17\2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Joan M. Koenigs 16\4+2 S\O Legislative Committee Teresa L. Landmark 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Shanon L. Lane 15\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Matthew P. Lathrop 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Mary B. Lawless 163+2 S\O Legislative Secretary JoAnn M. Leachman 164+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Sharron M. Main 151 S\O Legislative Secretary M. Maxine Mann 156+2 S\O Legislative Committee Robert B. Martin 17\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Shirley L. Marty 16\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Dolores R. Matson 16\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Dorothy A. Mauro 16\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Gregory M. 16\1 S\O McCleary Legislative Secretary Madeline J. Meyer 16\2 S\O Legislative Committee Twyla L. Miller 17\3+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Alma Morris 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary V. Faye Mundie 16\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Jon A. Murphy 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Terrence L. Neuzil 16\2 S\O Legislative Secretary M. Anne B. O'Connell 18\3+2 S\O Legislative Committee Michael D. O' Toole 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Aaron S. Pickrell 16\1 S\O Legislative Committee Julie K. Pierce 17\3 S\O Secretary Legislative Committee Dorothy E. Potthoff 17\5+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Carolyn J. Ramsay 18\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Donald A. Ray 16\2 S\O Legislative Committee Kathleen M. Rehberg 17\1 S\O Secretary Rehberg Legislative Committee Mary A. Rhoads 17\4+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Martha G. Ricklefs 15\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Sharon R. Robinson 16\6 S\O Legislative Secretary Mark A. Roepke 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Darlene M. Salton 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Roberta J. Schrader 15\2 S\O Legislative Secretary Wilma R. 16\3 S\O Scienszinski Legislative Committee Stephanie A. Sheil 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Curt S. Smith 16\1 S\O Grade Class of and Appoint\ Position Name Step ment Legislative Secretary Vinita J. Smith 16\2 S\O Legislative Committee Betty J. Sorenson 17\1 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Phyllis A. Stewart 16\1 S\O Legislative Committee Harriet J. Stromer 17\6+2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Jean Tannatt 16\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Jo Ann Thomas 16\3+2 S\O Legislative Secretary Eileen M. Tyler 16\3 S\O Legislative Secretary Sherry L. Van Hooser 15\1 S\O Legislative Committee Harriet Vande Hoef 18\4 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Janice G. Veenstra 15\1 S\O Legislative Secretary Carissa J. Wall 16\1 S\O Legislative Committee Ruth A. Welter 17\2 S\O Secretary Legislative Secretary Barbara B. 15\5 S\O Wennerstrum RANTS of Woodbury, Chair REPORT OF HOUSE ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE MR. SPEAKER: Pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution 3, your committee on administration and submits the following to be employed in the indicated positions, and at the indicated classification, grades and steps, and the changes in the classification of the indicated officers and employees to be effective on the date indicated: Grade Class of and Appoint- Eff. Position Name Step ment Date Assistant Chief Clerk Jason W. Gross 32\1 E\FT 01\23\95 The following are resignations from the officers and employees of the House: Assistant Chief Clerk I Gregory A. Spenner 32\1 E\FT 01\26\95 RANTS of Woodbury, Chair PRESENTATION OF VISITORS The Speaker announced the following visitors were present in the House chamber: Forty-eight seniors and one German Foreign Exchange student, from BCL-UW High School, Conrad, accompanied by Nick Kluever. By Sukup of Franklin and Renken of Grundy. CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION MR. SPEAKER: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports that certificates of recognition have been issued as follows. ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON Chief Clerk of the House 1995\23 Lyn L. Countryman, Malcolm Price Laboratory School - For achieving certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. 1995\24 Mary Norton, North Cedar Elementary School - For achieving certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. 1995\25 Jayme Arlen, Zwingle - For attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. 1995\26 Jamie Clasen, LaMotte - For attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. 1995\27 Joe Frick, Zwingle - For attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS House File 53 Commerce-Regulation: Metcalf, Chair; Brunkhorst, Holveck, Lamberti and Weigel. House File 63 Education: Boddicker, Chair; Veenstra and Wise. House File 64 Transportation: Weidman, Chair; Heaton and Koenigs. House File 65 Education: Grundberg, Chair; Daggett and Kreiman. House File 66 Reassigned Labor and Industrial Relations: Boddicker, Chair; Lord and Nelson of Pottawatamie. House File 67 State Government: Coon, Chair; Larkin and Renken. House File 68 Transportation: Grundberg, Chair; Arnold and Ollie. House File 74 Labor and Industrial Relations: Boddicker, Chair; Renken and Running. House File 87 Natural Resources: Greig, Chair; Arnold and May. HOUSE STUDY BILL SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT House Study Bill 7 Commerce-Regulation: Dinkla, Chair; Holveck, Metcalf, Renken and Weigel. HOUSE STUDY BILL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS H.S.B. 20 LOCAL GOVERNMENT Relating to county expenditures for mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities services by providing for property tax reductions, establishing a county fund for such services, and providing an effective date. H.S.B. 21 COMMERCE-REGULATION Paying tribute to the memory of Dennis J. Nagel. H.S.B. 22 WAYS AND MEANS Relating to the state sales tax on auxiliary attachments for self-propelled and non-self-propelled farm machinery and equipment. H.S.B. 23 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Relating to solid waste by eliminating the polystyrene ban and providing an effective date. H.S.B. 24 EDUCATION Relating to school district expenditures for administrative and instructional staff salaries, establishing a schools making advances through technology program, creating a fund, making appropriations, and providing for related matters. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS MR. SPEAKER: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports that the following committee recommendations have been received and are on file in the office of the Chief Clerk. ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON Chief Clerk of the House COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION Senate File 32, a bill for an act relating to the inclusion of school nurses and area education agency professionals in the educational excellence program and providing effective and retroactive applicability dates. Fiscal Note is required. Recommended Do Pass, January 26, 1995 COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 4), to permit certain dissolution of marriage to take place without a hearing. Fiscal Note is not required. Recommended Do Pass January 25, 1995. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS Committee Bill (Formerly House File 1), relating to the reduction in the individual income tax rates, providing for surplus moneys to replace the general fund revenue loss as a result, establishing a rate reduction replacement fund, and appropriating moneys to the cash reserve fund, and providing effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. Fiscal Note is not required. Recommended Do Pass January 25, 1995. RESOLUTION FILED HCR 13, by Martin, Harper, Doderer, Jochum, Metcalf, Grundberg, Nelson of Marshall, Jacobs, Mascher, Thomson, Mertz, Boggess, Nelson of Pottawattamie, Hammitt, Greiner, Garman, Burnett, Bernau, Siegrist, Witt, Hanson, Branstad, Cormack, Lamberti, Cornelius, Teig, Arnold, Huseman, Vande Hoef, Dinkla, Larson, Sukup, Van Fossen, Corbett, Weidman, Disney, Blodgett, Brunkhorst, Boddicker, Houser, Gries, Welter, Main, Nutt, Klemme, Salton, Heaton, Greig, Schulte, Coon, Drake, Meyer, Renken, Kremer, Veenstra, Harrison, and Halvorson, a concurrent resolution recognizing the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the League of Women Voters of Iowa. Laid over under Rule 25. On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie, the House adjourned at 1:20 p.m. until 1:00 p.m., Monday, January 30, 1995.
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