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Senate Journal: Tuesday, April 18, 1995

                           ONE HUNDREDTH CALENDAR DAY

                             FIFTY-NINTH SESSION DAY

                                 Senate Chamber

                    Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday, April 18, 1995



         The Senate met in regular session at 9:12 a.m., President Boswell
    presiding.

         Prayer was offered by Candy Boucher, Catholic Campus Minister for
    Drake University, Des Moines, who sang Amazing Grace.

         The Journal of Monday, April 17, 1995, was approved.



                                LEAVE OF ABSENCE

         Leave of absence was granted as follows:

         Senator Halvorson until he arrives on request of Senator Horn.



                     HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House has on April 17, 1995, passed the following bills in which the
    concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 373, a bill for  an act relating to establishing family
    health accounts and a state pilot project and providing applicability
    and effective date provisions.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.

         House File 482, a bill for  an act relating to the funding for the
    Iowa communications network and providing an appropriation.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.
         House File 559, a bill for  an act defining multiple housing
    cooperatives and certain other property of nonprofit organizations as
    residential property for purposes of assessing the value of the property
    for taxation purposes, and providing for the Acts retroactive
    applicability.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.

         House File 560, a bill for  an act relating to the definition of
    designated person for purposes of the family farm tax credit and
    providing effective and applicability dates.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.



                                   QUORUM CALL

         Senator Horn requested a non record roll call to determine that a
    quorum was present.

         The vote revealed 46 present, 4 absent and a quorum present.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED

    Senate File 226

         Senator Fraise called up for consideration Senate File 226, a bill
    for an act relating to the disposition of valueless mobile homes,
    modular homes, and manufactured homes, amended by the House, and moved
    that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3427 filed April 13, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Fraise moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 226) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Black
         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell       Connolly
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Hammond       Hansen        Hedge         Horn
         Husak         Iverson       Jensen        Judge
         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Bisignano     Halvorson

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

    Senate File 437

         Senator Kibbie called up for consideration Senate File 437, a bill
    for an act relating to the entitlement to benefits and dividends under
    the Iowa public employees retirement system, amended by the House, and
    moved that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3435 filed April 13,
    1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Kibbie moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 437) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Halvorson

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.

    Senate File 400

         Senator Redfern called up for consideration Senate File 400, a bill
    for an act providing for the reincorporation of nonprofit corporations
    and providing for retroactive applicability and effective dates, amended
    by the House, and moved the Senate concur in House amendment S-3430
    filed April 13, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Redfern moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 400) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman
    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

    Senate File 439

         Senator Boettger called up for consideration Senate File 439, a
    bill for  an act relating to making false reports to law enforcement
    agencies, making spurious calls to emergency 911 communications centers,
    or providing false information on citations and establishing penalties
    and providing a conditional effective date, amended by the House, and
    moved that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3432 filed April 13,
    1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Boettger moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 439) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.
                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    House File 461

         On motion of Senator Hansen, House File 461, a bill for  an act
    relating to the Iowa communications network by directing the Iowa
    telecommunications and technology commission to conduct studies
    concerning the possible sale of the network, and the possible conversion
    of the network into a public utility, with report of committee
    recommending passage, and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on
    April 13, 1995, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Hansen asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    House File 461 be deferred.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Ways and Means Calendar)

    Senate File 474

         On motion of Senator Palmer, Senate File 474, a bill for  an act
    relating to state and local taxes including appeals of department of
    revenue and finance actions, the prohibition of unconstitutional or
    illegal tax collections, assessment procedures pertaining to amended
    returns, corporate income tax rates, sales tax on test laboratory
    services, collection of sales tax by out-of-state retailers, interest
    accrual on sales and use tax refunds, sales tax permit denial for
    delinquent taxes, bonding provisions for sales tax and environmental
    protection charge contested case decisions, costs associated with
    contested case hearings, penalty for underpayment of corporation income
    and franchise taxes, services subject to use tax, penalty for
    underpayment of use tax, the repeal of obsolete property tax provisions,
    and imposition of the drug excise tax on unprocessed marijuana plants
    and providing effective and applicability date provisions, was taken up
    for consideration.

         Senator Palmer asked and received unanimous consent that House File
    554 be substituted for Senate File 474.
    House File 554

         On motion of Senator Palmer, House File 554, a bill for  an act
    relating to state and local taxes including appeals of department of
    revenue and finance actions, the prohibition of unconstitutional or
    illegal tax collections, assessment procedures pertaining to amended
    returns, corporate income tax rates, sales tax on test laboratory
    services, collection of sales tax by out-of-state retailers, interest
    accrual on sales and use tax refunds, sales tax permit denial for
    delinquent taxes, bonding provisions for sales tax and environmental
    protection charge contested case decisions, costs associated with
    contested case hearings, penalty for underpayment of corporation income
    and franchise taxes, services subject to use tax, penalty for
    underpayment of use tax, the repeal of obsolete property tax provisions,
    and imposition of the drug excise tax on unprocessed marijuana plants
    and providing effective and applicability date provisions, was taken up
    for consideration.

         Senator Judge took the chair at 9:51 a.m.

         Senator Palmer moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 554) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.
         Senator Palmer asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 474 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

    Senate File 475

         On motion of Senator Murphy, Senate File 475, a bill for an act
    relating to state financial provisions and providing applicability
    provisions and effective dates, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Murphy moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 475) the vote was:

    Ayes, 43:


         Bennett       Bisignano     Black         Boettger
         Boswell       Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery
         Douglas       Drake         Dvorsky       Fink
         Flynn         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings
         Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, 7:

         Banks         Bartz         Borlaug       Iverson
         Lind          McLaren       Rife

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 93
         Senator Bisignano called up for consideration Senate File 93, a
    bill for an act related to criminal offenses against minors and sexually
    violent offenses and offenders committing those offenses, by requiring
    registration by offenders, providing for the establishment of a sex
    offender registry, and providing penalties, amended by the House, and
    moved that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3383 filed April 11,
    1995.

         The motion lost by a voice vote and the Senate refused to concur in
    the House amendment.



                               UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                            (Deferred April 11, 1995)

    House File 460

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 460, a bill for  an
    act relating to governmental control of property by allowing
    governmental entities to enter and test property for condemnation of
    property for highway purposes, providing for the interest rates assessed
    for condemnation damages, providing for right-of-way notice filings, and
    concerning advertising control laws on scenic highways, deferred April
    11, 1995.

         Senator McKean offered amendment S-3423 filed by Senators McKean
    and Connolly on April 13, 1995, to page 2 of the bill and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3423 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Connolly moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 460) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.

         President Boswell took the chair at 10:35 a.m.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Ways and Means Calendar)

    Senate File 479

         On motion of Senator Connolly, Senate File 479, a bill for an act
    relating to the definition of entities eligible for property tax
    exemption for construction of speculative shell buildings, was taken up
    for consideration.

         Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent that House
    File 556 be substituted for Senate File 479.

    House File 556

         On motion of Senator Connolly, House File 556, a bill for an act
    relating to the definition of entities eligible for property tax
    exemption for construction of speculative shell buildings, was taken up
    for consideration.

         Senator Connolly moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 556) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

         Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 479 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

    Senate File 481

         On motion of Senator Halvorson, Senate File 481, a bill for  an act
    relating to and making appropriations to the state department of
    transportation including allocation and use of moneys from the general
    fund, road use tax fund, and primary road fund, and making
    appropriations to various state agencies for capital projects, to the
    primary road fund, to county fairs and to the Iowa state fair from the
    rebuild Iowa infrastructure account and the general fund, relating to
    the living roadway trust fund and the state roadside specialist, the
    primary road and state highway system, and other transportation-related
    statutory changes, requiring transportation-related studies, making
    technical changes, and providing an effective date, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3418 filed by him on April
    13, 1995, to page 6 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3418 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3445 filed by him on April
    13, 1995, to page 6 of the bill and moved its adoption.
         Amendment S-3445 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3450 filed by him on April
    17, 1995, to pages 7 and 10 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3450 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Drake offered amendment S-3437 filed by Senators Drake, et
    al., on April 13, 1995, to page 13 of the bill.

         President pro tempore Bisignano took the chair at 10:52 a.m.

         Senator Lind offered amendment S-3463 filed by him from the floor
    to amendment S-3437, moved its adoption and requested a record roll
    call.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3463 to amendment S-3437 be
    adopted? (S.F. 481) the vote was:

    Ayes, 23:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Boettger
         Borlaug       Douglas       Drake         Freeman
         Hedge         Iverson       Jensen        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Tinsman       Zieman

    Nays, 27:

         Bisignano     Black         Boswell       Connolly
         Dearden       Deluhery      Dvorsky       Fink
         Flynn         Fraise        Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Horn          Husak         Judge         Kibbie
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Vilsack

         Amendment S-3463 lost.

         Senator Drake moved the adoption of amendment S-3437, which motion
    prevailed by a voice vote.

         President Boswell took the chair at 11:12 a.m.
         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3416 filed by Senators
    Halvorson and Maddox on April 13, 1995, to page 14 of the bill.

         Senator Murphy raised the point of order that amendment S-3416 was
    not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point well taken and amendment S-3416 out of
    order.

         Senator Halvorson asked and received unanimous consent that action
    on amendment S-3417 filed by Senators Halvorson and McKean on April 13,
    1995, to page 14 and the title page of the bill be deferred.

         Senator Fraise offered amendment S-3421 filed by Senators Fraise,
    et al., on April 13, 1995, to page 14 of the bill.

         Senator Murphy raised the point of order that amendment S-3421 was
    not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point not well taken and amendment S-3421 in
    order.

         Senator Fraise moved the adoption of amendment S-3421.

         A record roll call was requested.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3421 be adopted? (S.F. 481) the
    vote was:

         Rule 23, requiring all Senators present to vote except those who
    express a conflict of interest, was invoked.

    Ayes, 25:


         Bartz         Bennett       Black         Boettger
         Borlaug       Boswell       Deluhery      Douglas
         Fink          Fraise        Freeman       Gettings
         Gronstal      Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Judge         Kibbie        McKean        McLaren
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Sorensen
         Vilsack
    Nays, 23:

         Banks         Bisignano     Connolly      Dearden
         Drake         Dvorsky       Flynn         Giannetto
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Iverson
         Jensen        Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        Murphy        Redfern       Rensink
         Rittmer       Tinsman       Zieman

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Rife          Szymoniak

         Amendment S-3421 was adopted.

         Senator Hammond withdrew amendment S-3469 filed by her from the
    floor to page 4 of the bill.

         Senator Lind filed the following motion to reconsider from the
    floor, moved its adoption and requested a record roll call.

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which amendment
    S-3445 to Senate File 481 was adopted by the Senate on April 18, 1995.

         On the question Shall the motion to reconsider be adopted? (S.F.
    481) the vote was:

    Ayes, 20:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Boettger
         Borlaug       Douglas       Drake         Hedge
         Iverson       Jensen        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        Redfern       Rensink
         Rife          Rittmer       Tinsman       Zieman

    Nays, 28:

         Bisignano     Black         Boswell       Connolly
         Dearden       Deluhery      Dvorsky       Fink
         Flynn         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings
         Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Horn          Husak         Judge
         Kibbie        McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser
         Palmer        Priebe        Sorensen      Vilsack

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         McKean        Szymoniak
         The motion lost.

         Amendment S-3473 filed by Senator Lind from the floor to amendment
    S-3445 was out of order.

         Senator Halvorson asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw
    amendment S-3417 by Senators Halvorson and McKean to page 14 and the
    title page of the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Halvorson moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 481) the vote was:

    Ayes, 40:


         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano     Black
         Boettger      Boswell       Connolly      Dearden
         Deluhery      Douglas       Drake         Dvorsky
         Fink          Flynn         Fraise        Freeman
         Gettings      Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Maddox        McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser
         Palmer        Priebe        Redfern       Rensink
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Tinsman       Vilsack

    Nays, 8:

         Banks         Borlaug       Giannetto     Iverson
         Lind          Lundby        Rife          Zieman

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         McKean        Szymoniak

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House Files
    554, 460, 556, and Senate Files 481, 475 and 93 be immediately messaged
    to the House, and to send an immediate message to the House on Senate
    Files 226, 400, 437 and 439.
                             HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House has on April 18, 1995, passed the following bills in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 228, a bill for  an act relating to the statewide
    notification center by providing that the center is subject to the open
    meetings and public records law, requiring certain financial information
    to be reported, establishing an audit requirement, and providing a
    penalty.

         Senate File 292, a bill for  an act relating to the powers and
    duties of the department of natural resources by authorizing the use of
    certain revenue to repay loans related to sewage collection and
    treatment plants in state parks and recreation areas.

         Senate File 347, a bill for  an act establishing a study regarding
    the inclusion of health care coverage costs for preventive care services
    and mental health and substance abuse treatment services under basic and
    standard health benefit plans, and providing for conditional
    effectiveness.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, amended and passed the
    following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         Senate File 85, a bill for  an act providing for the regulation of
    farm deer and making penalties applicable (S-3467).

         Senate File 432, a bill for  an act relating to sexually violent
    predators, by providing that the place of commitment shall be under the
    control of the department of corrections, by requiring the state to pay
    the costs incurred by a county for services in sexually violent offender
    proceedings, and providing an effective date (S-3468).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, concurred in the Senate
    amendment and passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the
    House was asked:

         House File 128, a bill for  an act relating to administrative
    procedures and the joint investment of funds of rural water districts.
         House File 289, a bill for  an act relating to solid waste tonnage
    fees.

         House File 346, a bill for  an act relating to the verification and
    defendants signature required for uniform citations and complaints and
    to providing false information on a uniform citation and complaint and
    making an existing penalty applicable.

         House File 483, a bill for  an act relating to activities of the
    department of human services, including provisions involving the state
    hospital- schools and other institutions, commitments of persons with
    mental retardation, and the departments public housing unit.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, amended the Senate
    amendment, concurred in the Senate amendment as amended, and passed the
    following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 41, a bill for  an act relating to the establishment of
    legal settlement for certain blind persons and providing an effective
    date (S-3466 to H-3863).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, refused to concur in
    the Senate amendment to the following bill in which the concurrence of
    the House was asked:

         House File 553, a bill for  an act relating to agriculture and
    natural resources, including for appropriations involving agriculture
    and natural resources, providing related statutory changes, and
    providing effective dates.



                                     RECESS

         On motion of Senator Horn, the Senate recessed at 12:30 p.m., until
    1:45 p.m.
                                    APPENDIX



                          REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

    AGRICULTURE

    Convened: April 17, 1995, 12:33 p.m.

    Members Present: Priebe, Chair; Judge, Vice Chair; Bartz, Ranking
    Member; Banks, Black, Boswell, Douglas, Fraise, Giannetto, Hedge, Husak,
    McLaren, Palmer, Sorensen and Zieman.

    Members Absent: none.

    Committee Business: Discussed House File 519; proposed committee
    amendments 519. 229 and 519.729 were adopted; proposed committee
    amendment 519.519 was not adopted.

    Adjourned: 2:07 p.m.



    APPROPRIATIONS

    Convened: April 17, 1995, 5:25 p.m.

    Members Present: Murphy, Chair; Boswell, Vice Chair; Lind, Ranking
    Member; Banks, Bartz, Bisignano, Black, Borlaug, Douglas, Dvorsky,
    Flynn, Fraise, Gronstal, Halvorson, Hammond, Husak, Iverson, Judge,
    Kibbie, Kramer, McLaren, Neuhauser, Rensink, Tinsman and Vilsack.

    Members Absent: none.

    Committee Business: Recommended passage of House File 481 as amended;
    amended and approved SSB 362.1 as a committee bill.

    Adjourned: 5:53 p.m.



                                    PETITIONS

         The following petitions favoring reestablishing funding for the
    Older Iowans Legislature were presented and placed on file by:

         Senator Boettger from 31 residents of Shelby County.

         Senator Douglas from 34 residents of Dallas County.

         Senator Douglas from 139 residents of Madison County.

         The following petitions were presented and placed on file by:
         Senator Bartz from 95 residents of northern Iowa opposing
    legislation removing their parental rights by requiring mandatory helmet
    usage for bicycles.

         Senator Bartz from 114 residents of northern Iowa opposing
    legislation requiring mandatory helmet usage for motorcycles.

         Senator McLaren from 313 residents of Montgomery County favoring
    issuance of motor vehicle licenses by county treasurers.



                            PRESENTATION OF VISITORS

         The Chair welcomed the following visitors who were present in the
    Senate gallery:

         Thirty-nine fourth and fifth grade students, members of Campfire
    Girls and Boys from Cedar Rapids, accompanied by Kathy Spalti. Senators
    Dvorsky, Horn, Lundby and McKean.

         Sixteen eighth grade students from Sacred Heart School, Boone,
    accompanied by Tim McCloud. Senator Sorensen.

         Eleven seventh and eighth grade students from Sacred Heart School,
    Fort Dodge, accompanied by Janet Walkup. Senator Halvorson.

         The Chair welcomed the Honorable Jack W. Hester, former member of
    the House and Senate from Pottawattamie County, Honey Creek, Iowa, who
    was present in the Senate gallery.



                            SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

                                 Senate File 482

    JUDICIARY: Giannetto, Chair; Fraise, McKean, Redfern and Vilsack

                            House Joint Resolution 14

    WAYS AND MEANS: Husak, Chair; Bennett, Connolly, Hedge and Palmer



                     REPORTS OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

         MR. PRESIDENT: Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in
    enrolling Senate File 117, the following corrections were made:
         1. Page 2, line 27, the number 142C.6 was changed to the number
    142C.5.

         2. Page 2, line 28, the number 142C.6 was changed to the number
    142C.5.

         3. Page 7, line 32, the number 142C.12 was changed to the number
    142C.11.

         4. Page 8, line 29, the number 142C.6 was changed to the number
    142C.5.

         ALSO: That in enrolling Senate File 118, the following correction
    was made:

         1. Page 4, lines 17 and 18, the word orthopaedic was changed to the
    word orthopedic.

         ALSO: That in enrolling Senate File 278, the following correction
    was made:

         1. Page 2, line 33, the words or ostrichs, rheas, or emus were
    changed to the words or ostriches, rheas, or emus.

         ALSO: That in enrolling Senate File 446, the following corrections
    were made:

         1. Page 9, line 29, the word and numbers 14 and 15 were changed to
    the word and numbers 15 and 16.

         2. Page 9, line 34, the word and number subsection 9 were changed
    to the word and number subsection 10.

    JOHN F. DWYER Secretary of the Senate

                   BILLS ENROLLED, SIGNED AND SENT TO GOVERNOR

         The Secretary of the Senate submitted the following report:

         MR. PRESIDENT: The Secretary of the Senate respectfully reports
    that the following bills have been enrolled, signed by the President of
    the Senate and the Speaker of the House, and presented to the Governor
    for his approval on this 18th day of April, 1995:

         Senate Files 9, 94, 117, 118, 140, 157, 159, 162, 175, 178, 214,
    234, 255, 271, 274, 278, 333, 375 and 446.

    JOHN F. DWYER Secretary of the Senate

                                AMENDMENTS FILED


         S-3456        H.F.          492           Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3457        H.F.          303           Jim Lind
         S-3458        H.F.          461           Derryl McLaren
         S-3459        H.F.          486           Sheldon Rittmer
         S-3460        H.F.          486           Sheldon Rittmer
         S-3461        S.F.          19            Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3462        H.F.          492           Johnie Hammond
         S-3463        S.F.          481           Jim Lind
         S-3464        S.F.          477           Mary Neuhauser
         S-3465        H.F.          494           Richard F. Drake
                                                   Michael E. Gronstal
         S-3466        H.F.          41            House amendment
         S-3467        S.F.          85            House amendment
         S-3468        S.F.          432           House amendment
         S-3469        S.F.          481           Johnie Hammond
         S-3470        S.F.          480           Mary Neuhauser
         S-3471        H.F.          552           Mary Neuhauser
         S-3472        H.F.          552           Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3473        S.F.          481           Jim Lind
         S-3474        S.F.          478           Tony Bisignano
                                                   William D. Palmer
         S-3475        H.F.          461           Derryl McLaren
                                                   Donald B. Redfern
                                AFTERNOON SESSION

         The Senate reconvened at 2:07 p.m., Senator Judge presiding.



                             HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House has on April 18, 1995, passed the following bills in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 106, a bill for  an act to provide disaster leave for
    certain state employees.

         Senate File 142, a bill for  an act establishing felonious child
    endangerment as a nonbailable offense.

         Senate File 176, a bill for  an act relating to the filing of
    intergovernmental agreements for the joint exercise of governmental
    powers in certain counties.

         Senate File 197, a bill for  an act relating to the confidentiality
    of financial information provided to the department of agriculture and
    land stewardship and providing an effective date.

         Senate File 225, a bill for  an act eliminating requirements for
    competitive bids regarding the printing of election ballots.

         Senate File 311, a bill for  an act relating to symbols indicating
    medical directives on a validation document for license renewal by mail
    and on a drivers license or nonoperators identification card.

         Senate File 346, a bill for  an act relating to the establishment
    of practitioner review committees for the purposes of evaluating and
    monitoring practitioners who self-report physical or mental impairments.

         Senate File 351, a bill for  an act authorizing certain cities to
    appoint additional members to certain city commissions.

         Senate File 371, a bill for  an act relating to prohibiting a
    polygraph examination of a victim of sexual abuse as a precondition to
    an investigation by a law enforcement agency.
         Senate File 406, a bill for  an act extending the periods in which
    a school or school district may apply to the department of education to
    waive the requirement that the school or school district provide an
    articulated sequential elementary-secondary guidance program and the
    requirement that the school or school district provide a media services
    program.

         Senate File 407, a bill for  an act relating to alkaline manganese
    batteries.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, passed the following
    bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 197, a bill for an act relating to the expansion of the
    volunteer physician program to include other health care providers.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.



                                   QUORUM CALL

         Senator Horn requested a non record roll call to determine that a
    quorum was present.

         The vote revealed 47 present, 3 absent and a quorum present.

         President Boswell took the chair at 2:18 p.m.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED

    Senate File 290

         Senator Gettings called up for consideration Senate File 290, a
    bill for  an act relating to motor vehicle and highway regulation by the
    state department of transportation concerning retention of records and
    documents, registration plates and stickers, dissolution decree
    transfers of motor vehicle titles, junking certificates for abandoned
    vehicles, flashing blue lights, motorcycle license requirements, leased
    motor vehicles, proof of financial responsibility, charges for
    handicapped identification devices, single state registration for motor
    carriers, commodity base state registration, other technical changes,
    and providing an effective date, amended by the House in House amendment
    S-3391 filed April 11, 1995.
         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3395 filed by him on April
    12, 1995, to House amendment S-3391 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3395 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Gettings moved that the Senate concur in the House
    amendment as amended.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment as amended.

         Senator Gettings moved that the bill as amended by the House,
    further amended and concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time
    now and placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote
    and the bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 290) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack

    Nays, 1:

         Zieman

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.

    Senate File 409

         Senator McKean called up for consideration Senate File 409, a bill
    for an act relating to the activities of clerks of the district court,
    and providing additional court fees, amended by the House, and moved
    that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3431 filed April 13, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator McKean moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 409) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                             CONSIDERATION OF BILLS

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

         Senator Husak asked and received unanimous consent to take up for
    consideration Senate File 483.

    Senate File 483

         On motion of Senator Dvorsky, Senate File 483, a bill for an act
    establishing a school improvement and technology program, providing for
    properly related matters, and making an appropriation, was taken up for
    consideration.
         Senator Dvorsky moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 483) the vote was:

    Ayes, 42:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Dvorsky
         Fink          Flynn         Fraise        Freeman
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Horn          Husak
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Vilsack

    Nays, 8:

         Douglas       Drake         Hedge         Iverson
         Jensen        Lind          Rife          Zieman

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

    Senate File 477

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, Senate File 477, a bill for an act
    establishing an oversight, audit and government reform committee, and
    providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3464 filed by her from the
    floor to pages 1 and 4 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3464 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Lundby asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    Senate File 477 be deferred.
                               UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                            (Deferred April 17, 1995)

    Senate File 476

         The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 476, a bill for an
    act relating to interest earned on rental deposits, deferred April 17,
    1995.

         Senator Connolly moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 476) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                          MOTION TO RECONSIDER ADOPTED

         Senator Hansen called up the motion to reconsider House File 485
    filed by him on April 11, 1995, found on page 1127 of the Senate Journal
    and moved its adoption.

         On the question Shall the motion to reconsider be adopted? (H.F.
    485) the vote was:
    Ayes, 49:




         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, 1:

         Kibbie

         The motion prevailed.

         Senator Hansen moved to reconsider the vote by which House File 485
    went to its last reading, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

    House File 485

         On motion of Senator McKean, House File 485, a bill for an act
    relating to remedies upon the dishonoring of a financial instrument and
    providing penalties, was taken up for reconsideration.

         Senator Hansen offered amendment S-3393 filed by him on April 12,
    1995, to page 1 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3393 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator McKean moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 485) the vote was:

    Ayes, 45:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Black
         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell       Connolly
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Fink          Flynn         Fraise        Freeman
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Hammond
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Iverson       Jensen        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, 5:

         Bisignano     Dvorsky       Halvorson     Judge
         Kibbie

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

         The motion to reconsider House File 485 filed by Senator Gronstal
    on April 11, 1995, and found on page 1128 of the Senate Journal, was out
    of order.

         Senator McKean asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 452 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that Senate Files
    290, 483, 476 and House File 485 be immediately messaged to the House,
    and to send an immediate message to the House on Senate File 409.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent to take up for
    consideration House File 481.

    House File 481

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, House File 481, a bill for  an act
    appropriating federal funds made available from federal block grants and
    other federal grants, allocating portions of federal block grants, and
    providing procedures if federal funds are more or less than anticipated
    or if federal block grants are more or less than anticipated or if
    categorical grants are consolidated into new or existing block grants
    and providing an effective and retroactive applicability date, with
    report of committeee recommending amendment and passage, was taken up
    for consideration.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3455 filed by the committee
    on Appropriations on April 17, 1995, to pages 6 and 18-26 of the bill
    and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3455 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Neuhauser moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 481) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Dvorsky

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                                 SENATE INSISTS

    House File 553

         Senator Black called up for consideration House File 553, a bill
    for  an act relating to agriculture and natural resources, including for
    appropriations involving agriculture and natural resources, providing
    related statutory changes, and providing effective dates, and moved that
    the Senate insist on its amendment.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate insisted on its
    amendment.



                       APPOINTMENT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

         The Chair announced the following conference committee on House
    File 553 on the part of the Senate: Senators Black, Chair; Husak,
    Priebe, Banks and McLaren.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 461

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 461, a bill for  an
    act relating to the Iowa communications network by directing the Iowa
    telecommunications and technology commission to conduct studies
    concerning the possible sale of the network, and the possible conversion
    of the network into a public utility, previously deferred.

         Senator McLaren offered amendment S-3475 filed by Senators McLaren
    and Redfern from the floor to page 1 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3475 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator McLaren withdrew amendment S-3458 filed by him from the
    floor to page 2 of the bill.

         Senator Dvorsky moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 461) the vote was:
    Ayes, 47:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Redfern       Rensink
         Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, 3:

         Deluhery      Kibbie        Priebe

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    House File 217

         On motion of Senator Halvorson, House File 217, a bill for an act
    relating to education requirements for nurses, with report of committee
    recommending passage, and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on
    April 13, 1995, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Halvorson moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 217) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Rife

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

    House File 428

         On motion of Senator Fraise, House File 428, a bill for an act
    relating to the expenditure of moneys deposited in an E911 service fund,
    with report of committee recommending passage, and placed on the
    Unfinished Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Banks asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    House File 428 be deferred.

    House File 492

         On motion of Senator Szymoniak, House File 492, a bill for an act
    relating to landlord remedies for tenant noncompliance with a rental
    agreement and acts constituting a clear and present danger, with report
    of committee recommending amendment and passage, and placed on the
    Unfinished Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Szymoniak asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw
    amendment S-3372 filed by the committee on Judiciary on April 6, 1995,
    to pages 1, 5 and the title page of the bill.

         The Chair ruled amendment S-3462 filed by Senator Hammond from the
    floor to amendment S-3372, out of order.

         Senator Szymoniak offered amendment S-3456 filed by her from the
    floor to pages 1-5 and the title page of the bill.

         Senator Hammond called for a division of amendment S-3456:
         Division S-3456A: Page 1, lines 3-50; page 2, lines 1-16, 19-24 and
    27-50; page 3, lines 1-3.

         Division S-3456B: Page 2, lines 17-18 and 25-26.

         Senator Szymoniak moved the adoption of division S-3456A, which
    motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Szymoniak moved the adoption of division S-3456B, which
    motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Szymoniak moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 492) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Rife

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.



                               UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                            (Deferred April 10, 1995)

    Senate File 180
         The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 180, a bill for an
    act relating to the determination of the annual salary of a deputy
    sheriff, deferred April 10, 1995.

         Senator Rittmer offered amendment S-3385 filed by him on April 11,
    1995, to page 1 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         A record roll call was requested.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3385 be adopted? (S.F. 180) the
    vote was:

    Ayes, 20:


         Bartz         Bennett       Black         Boettger
         Borlaug       Freeman       Halvorson     Hansen
         Hedge         Iverson       Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Priebe        Redfern       Rittmer       Tinsman

    Nays, 27:

         Banks         Bisignano     Boswell       Connolly
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Hammond
         Horn          Husak         Jensen        Judge
         Kibbie        Murphy        Neuhauser     Rensink
         Sorensen      Vilsack       Zieman

    Absent or not voting, 3:

         Palmer        Rife          Szymoniak

         Amendment S-3385 lost.

         Senator Black asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    Senate File 180 be deferred.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Ways and Means Calendar)

    Senate File 480

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, Senate File 480, a bill for  an act
    relating to changing the point of taxation of motor vehicle fuel by
    requiring suppliers, restrictive suppliers, importers, exporters,
    dealers, users, or blenders licenses, changing reporting periods, and
    adding penalties and providing an effective date, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3470 filed by her from the
    floor to page 26 and the title page of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3470 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Neuhauser asked and received unanimous consent that House
    File 552 be substituted for Senate File 480 as amended.

    House File 552

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, House File 552,  a bill for  an act
    relating to changing the point of taxation of motor vehicle fuel by
    requiring suppliers, restrictive suppliers, importers, exporters,
    dealers, users, or blenders licenses, changing reporting periods, and
    adding penalties, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3471 filed by her from the
    floor to pages 26, 40 and the title page of the bill and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3471 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Bartz offered amendment S-3472 filed by him from the floor
    to page 43 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3472 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Neuhauser moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 552) the vote was:

    Ayes, 50:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto
         Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Iverson
         Jensen        Judge         Kibbie        Kramer
         Lind          Lundby        Maddox        McKean
         McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

         Senator Neuhauser asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 480 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                             HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House has on April 18, 1995, passed the following bills in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 428, a bill for  an act to provide for the reciprocal
    rendition of prisoners as witnesses in criminal proceedings and
    providing an effective date.

         Senate File 438, a bill for  an act relating to juvenile justice
    including notice requirements for certain hearings and authorizing
    associate juvenile judges to perform marriage ceremonies.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, amended and passed the
    following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         Senate File 201, a bill for  an act updating the Iowa Code
    references to the Internal Revenue Code and providing retroactive
    applicability and effective dates (S-3478).

         Senate File 315, a bill for an act relating to mental health and
    developmental disabilities assistance by extending a moratorium on the
    number of intermediate care facility for the mentally retarded beds and
    requiring certain reporting activities of the state-county management
    committee, and providing an effective date (S-3477).

         Senate File 398, a bill for  an act relating to commutation of
    sentences of persons who have been sentenced to life imprisonment
    (S-3479).

         Senate File 457, a bill for  an act relating to the civil rights
    commission concerning the enforcement of civil rights laws, and the
    promotion and transfer of employed disabled persons (S-3480).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 18, 1995, concurred in the Senate
    amendment to the House amendment, and passed the following bill in which
    the concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 462, a bill for  an act relating to appropriations for
    the department of human services and the prevention of disabilities
    policy council and including other provisions and appropriations
    involving human services and health care and providing for effective and
    applicability dates.



                           INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTION

         Senate Resolution 19, by Vilsack and Tinsman, a senate resolution
    relating to the well-being of Iowas children.

         Read first time and passed on file.



                                COMMITTEE REPORT

    AGRICULTURE

    Final Bill Action: HOUSE FILE 519, a bill for an act providing for the
    regulation of animal feeding operations, fees, the expenditure of
    moneys, penalties, and an effective date.

    Recommendation: AMEND AND DO PASS AS PROVIDED IN AMENDMENT S-3484.

    Final Vote: Ayes, 10: Priebe, Judge, Bartz, Banks, Black, Douglas,
    Giannetto, Hedge, Sorensen and Zieman. Nays, 1: Husak. Absent or not
    voting, 4: Boswell, Fraise, McLaren and Palmer.

    Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.
                           BILL REFERRED TO COMMITTEE

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House File
    519 be referred from the Regular Calendar to the committee on Natural
    Resources.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House Files
    481, 553, 461, 217, 492 and 552 be immediately messaged to the House.
                                    APPENDIX



                      REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

         MR. PRESIDENT: Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in
    engrossing Senate File 481, the following correction was made:

         Page 17, line 27, the word and number Section 21 were changed to
    the word and number Section 23.

    JOHN F. DWYER Secretary of the Senate

                           BILLS ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE

         President Boswell announced the assignment of the following bills
    to committee:


         S.C.R.        27            Rules and Administration
         H.F.          373           Ways and Means
         H.F.          482           Appropriations
         H.F.          549           Ways and Means
         H.F.          550           Ways and Means
         H.F.          558           Ways and Means
         H.F.          559           Ways and Means
         H.F.          560           Ways and Means



                            SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

                                 Senate File 327

    NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY: Judge, Chair; Fink and Lundby

                                 House File 519

    AGRICULTURE: Priebe, Chair; Banks, Hedge, Husak, Judge, McLaren and
    Palmer



                              SIMILAR BILL RECEIVED

         On April 18, 1995, House File 197 was received and attached to
    similar Senate File 323 on the Senate Calendar.
                              EXPLANATION OF VOTES

         MR. PRESIDENT: I was necessarily absent from the Senate Chamber
    when the vote was taken on the following bills. Had I been present, I
    would have voted aye on the bills.

         Senate Files 82, 436, 433, 66, 87, 470, 473.

                                                         PATRICK J. DELUHERY



                                AMENDMENTS FILED


         S-3476        S.F.          478           Randal J. Giannetto
         S-3477        S.F.          315           House amendment
         S-3478        S.F.          201           House amendment
         S-3479        S.F.          398           House amendment
         S-3480        S.F.          457           House amendment
         S-3481        H.F.          203           Randal J. Giannetto
         S-3482        S.F.          478           Randal J. Giannetto
                                                   Richard F. Drake
         S-3483        S.F.          477           Mary Lundby
         S-3484        H.F.          519           Agriculture
         S-3485        S.F.          477           Wayne Bennett



                                   ADJOURNMENT

         On motion of Senator Horn, the Senate adjourned at 5:20 p.m., until
    9:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 19, 1995.

             [                        ONE HUNDRED FIRST CALENDAR DAY

                              SIXTIETH SESSION DAY

                                 Senate Chamber

                   Des Moines, Iowa, Wednesday, April 19, 1995



         The Senate met in regular session at 9:23 a.m., President Boswell
    presiding.

         Prayer was offered by the Reverend David Wagoner, pastor of the
    Onawa United Methodist Church, Onawa, Iowa.

         The Journal of Tuesday, April 18, 1995, was approved.



                                LEAVE OF ABSENCE

         Leave of absence was granted as follows:

         Senator Connolly until he arrives on request of Senator Horn.



                             HOUSE MESSAGE RECEIVED

         The following message was received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    members of the Conference Committee appointed April 19, 1995, on House
    File 553, a bill for  an act relating to agriculture and natural
    resources, including for appropriations involving agriculture and
    natural resources, providing related statutory changes, and providing
    effective dates, on the part of the House are: The Representative from
    Muscatine, Mr. Hahn, Chair; the Representative from Jackson, Mr.
    Cornelius; the Representative from Washington, Ms. Greiner; the
    Representative from Mitchell, Mr. Koenigs; the Representative from
    Kossuth, Ms. Mertz.



                                   QUORUM CALL

         Senator Horn requested a non record roll call to determine that a
    quorum was present.

         The vote revealed 47 present, 3 absent and a quorum present.

         The Senate stood at ease at 9:50 a.m. until the fall of the gavel
    for the purpose of a committee meeting.

         The Senate resumed session at 10:35 a.m., President Boswell
    presiding.

         The Senate stood at ease at 10:38 a.m. until the fall of the gavel
    for the purpose of party caucuses.

         The Senate resumed session at 11:23 a.m., President pro tempore
    Bisignano presiding.



                             HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House has on April 19, 1995, passed the following bill in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 202, a bill for  an act relating to public health
    issues, including certain birth certificates and licensing of athletic
    trainers.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 19, 1995, concurred in the Senate
    amendment and passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the
    House was asked:

         House File 113, a bill for  an act relating to the definition of
    resident for the purpose of obtaining licenses to hunt, fish, trap, or
    take protected species of animals and providing for other properly
    related matters.

         House File 504, a bill for  an act relating to a motor vehicle
    owners liability for damages caused by the driver.



                                     RECESS

         On motion of Senator Horn, the Senate recessed at 11:33 a.m., until
    1:45 p.m.

                                    APPENDIX



                      REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

         MR. PRESIDENT: Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in
    preparing the Senate Amendment to House File 461, the following
    correction was made:

         Amendment S-3475:

         1. Page 1, line 21, the word compete was changed to the word
    complete.

    JOHN F. DWYER Secretary of the Senate

                              PROOF OF PUBLICATION

         Verified proof of publication of Senate File 468 in accordance with
    Section 585.1 of the Code was filed with the Secretary of the Senate on
    April 19, 1995.



                           REPORT OF COMMITTEE MEETING

    AGRICULTURE

    Convened: April 18, 1995, 8:04 a.m.

    Members Present: Priebe, Chair; Judge, Vice Chair; Bartz, Ranking
    Member; Banks, Black, Boswell, Douglas, Fraise, Giannetto, Hedge, Husak,
    McLaren, Sorensen and Zieman.

    Members Absent: Palmer (excused).

    Committee Business: Discussed House File 519; amendments 519.735,
    519.244 division B, 519.322 and 519.736 were adopted; amendments 519.244
    divisions A and C and 519.237 were not adopted.

    Recessed: 8:53 a.m.

    Reconvened: April 18, 1995, 12:31 p.m.

    Members Present: Priebe, Chair; Judge, Vice Chair; Bartz, Ranking
    Member; Banks, Black, Boswell, Douglas, Fraise, Giannetto, Hedge, Husak,
    McLaren, Sorensen and Zieman.

    Members Absent: Palmer (excused).

    Committee Business: Discussed House File 519; motion made that all other
    amendments that were considered by the committee without objection were
    adopted; recommended passage of House File 519 as amended.

    Adjourned: 12:34 p.m.



                             REQUEST FOR PUBLICATION

         Senator Priebe asked and received unanimous consent that the
    following be printed in the Senate Journal:

                                  ODE TO DAVID

                                    My name is David -

                             But you may call me God

                             Hey wait - dont laugh!

                            Its the title of my job.

               Being a journalist-slash-political genius isnt easy

                        Because sometimes (but not often)

                           Its hard to be that sleazy.

                   With the power and prestige I get from work

                          People get jealous and angry

                            And say that I am a jerk.

                     Hmm... I wonder why people dont like me

                      Guess they dont appreciate my candor

                          But really - what can I say?

                        Its my job to insult and slander.

                        And people just dont get my humor

                           They just dont realize that

                      It can be really fun to start rumors.

                        So watch your mouth and your back

                  Im everywhere - watching and writing the news

                   Next it may be your character under attack

                         And come Mondays Register youll

                          be paying your dues. . . . .



         Authored by Senate Page Carrie Schnieders and presented by the
    Senate Pages during the Page skit at the Senate picnic on April 18,
    1995.



                                COMMITTEE REPORT

    JUDICIARY

    Final Bill Action: HOUSE FILE 562, a bill for an act to legalize the
    proceedings taken by the board of supervisors and county auditor of
    Mahaska county regarding the levy of a local option sales tax to finance
    the construction and maintenance of a county jail and providing an
    effective date.

    Recommendation: WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION.

    Final Vote: Ayes, 13: Giannetto, Vilsack, McKean, Bartz, Boettger,
    Drake, Fraise, Halvorson, Hansen, Maddox, Neuhauser, Redfern and
    Szymoniak. Nays, 2: Bisignano and Hammond.

    Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.



                             PRESENTATION OF VISITOR

         Senator Tinsman presented Mrs. Diarra Fatoumata Dembelle, Advisor
    at the Appeals Court and President of the Malian Women Lawyers
    Association, Bamako, Mali, West Africa.

         Mrs. Dembelle is a participant in the United States Information
    Agencys  International Visitor Program to increase her understanding of
    U.S. community actions to educate women about their rights, and to study
    the American legal system.



                            SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

                                 Senate File 430

    HUMAN RESOURCES: Szymoniak, Chair; Boettger and Vilsack

                                 House File 373

    WAYS AND MEANS: Connolly, Chair; Freeman and Palmer

                                 House File 482

    APPROPRIATIONS: Dvorsky, Chair; Flynn and McLaren

                                 House File 549

    WAYS AND MEANS: Bennett, Chair; Deluhery and Szymoniak

                                 House File 550

    WAYS AND MEANS: Iverson, Chair; Deluhery and Vilsack

                                 House File 519

    NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRON. & ENERGY: Black, Chair; Fink and Lundby.

                                 House File 558

    WAYS AND MEANS: Hedge, Chair; Husak and Priebe

                                 House File 559

    WAYS AND MEANS: Vilsack, Chair; McLaren and Neuhauser

                                 House File 560

    WAYS AND MEANS: Priebe, Chair; Connolly and McLaren



                                AMENDMENTS FILED


         S-3486        S.F.          459           John W. Jensen
         S-3487        H.F.          560           John P. Kibbie

                                AFTERNOON SESSION

         The Senate reconvened at 2:13 p.m., President Boswell presiding.



                                   QUORUM CALL

         Senator Horn requested a non record roll call to determine that a
    quorum was present.

         The vote revealed 49 present, 1 absent and a quorum present.

         Senator Fink took the chair at 2:25 p.m.

         President pro tempore Bisignano took the chair at 2:32 p.m.

         Senator Judge took the chair at 2:50 p.m.

         President Boswell took the chair at 3:03 p.m.



                               HOUSE AMENDMENT TO

                           SENATE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    House File 41

         Senator Bartz called up for consideration House File 41, a bill for
    an act relating to the establishment of legal settlement for certain
    blind persons and providing an effective date, amended by the Senate,
    further amended by the House and moved that the Senate concur in House
    amendment S-3466 to Senate amendment H-3863 filed April 18, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment to the Senate amendment.

         Senator Bartz moved that the bill as amended by the Senate, further
    amended by the House and concurred in by the Senate, be read the last
    time now and placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice
    vote and the bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 41) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Connolly      Murphy

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 315

         Senator Tinsman called up for consideration Senate File 315, a bill
    for  an act relating to mental health and developmental disabilities
    assistance by extending a moratorium on the number of intermediate care
    facility for the mentally retarded beds and requiring certain reporting
    activities of the state-county management committee, and providing an
    effective date, amended by the House, and moved that the Senate concur
    in House amendment S-3477 filed April 18, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Tinsman moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 315) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.



                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    House File 486

         On motion of Senator Hansen, House File 486, a bill for  an act
    relating to the regulation of cemetery operators and the regulation of
    perpetual care cemeteries and nonperpetual care cemeteries, establishing
    requirements related to the sale of preneed funeral contracts and the
    sale of funeral and cemetery merchandise, establishing fees and use of
    those fees, and providing penalties, with report of committee
    recommending amendment and passage, and placed on the Unfinished
    Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Hansen offered amendment S-3376 filed by the committee on
    Commerce on April 10, 1995, to pages 65, 69, 71, 74 and 75 of the bill
    and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3376 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Rittmer offered amendment S-3459 filed by him on April 18,
    1995, to pages 3 and 34 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3459 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Rittmer offered amendment S-3460 filed by him on April 18,
    1995, to pages 5, 31, 35, 38 and 67 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3460 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Maddox asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    House File 486 be deferred.



                               UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                            (Deferred April 18, 1995)

    Senate File 477

         The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 477, a bill for an
    act establishing an oversight, audit and government reform committee,
    and providing an effective date, deferred April 18, 1995.

         Senator Bennett asked and received unanimous consent that action on
    Senate File 477 be deferred.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 423

         Senator Redfern called up for consideration Senate File 423, a bill
    for an act relating to delayed deposit services businesses and providing
    penalties, amended by the House, and moved that the Senate concur in
    House amendment S-3434 filed April 13, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Redfern moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 423) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    A bsent or not voting, 2:

         Connolly      Rittmer

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House File
    41 be immediately messaged to the House and to send an immediate message
    to the House on Senate File 315.



                         MOTION TO RECONSIDER WITHDRAWN

    House File 246

         Senator Hammond withdrew the motion to reconsider House File 246, a
    bill for an act relating to civil litigation by inmates and prisoners
    and deductions from inmate accounts for certain expenses, including
    costs of litigation by inmates, filed by her on April 11, 1995, and
    found on page 1147 of the Senate Journal.



                               UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                            (Deferred April 17, 1995)

    House File 185

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 185, a bill for an
    act relating to the sales, services, and use tax exemption for items
    used by printers and publishers, limiting the amount of refunds, and
    providing retroactive and applicability date provisions, and amendment
    S-3328 by Senator Iverson to page 2 of the bill, deferred April 17,
    1995.

         Senator Iverson moved the adoption of amendment S-3328, which
    motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Iverson offered amendment S-3275 filed by him on March 29,
    1995, to page 2 and the title page of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3275 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Palmer asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    House File 185 be deferred.



                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    Senate File 323

         On motion of Senator Kramer, Senate File 323, a bill for an act
    relating to the expansion of the volunteer physician program to apply to
    charitable organizations, with report of committee recommending passage,
    and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on April 6, 1995, was
    taken up for consideration.

         Senator Kramer offered amendment S-3494 filed by her from the floor
    to strike everything after the enacting clause and to the title page of
    the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3494 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Kramer asked and received unanimous consent that House File
    197 be substituted for Senate File 323 as amended.

    House File 197

         On motion of Senator Fraise, House File 197,  a bill for an act
    relating to the expansion of the volunteer physician program to include
    other health care providers, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Kramer offered amendment S-3493 filed by her from the floor
    to pages 1, 2 and the title page of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3493 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Kramer moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 197) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.

         Senator Kramer asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 323 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 398

         Senator Neuhauser called up for consideration  Senate File 398, a
    bill for an act relating to commutation of sentences of persons who have
    been sentenced to life imprisonment, amended by the House in House
    amendment S-3479 filed April 18, 1995.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3492 filed by her from the
    floor to House amendment S-3479 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3492 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Neuhauser moved that the Senate concur in the House
    amendment as amended.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment as amended.

         Senator Neuhauser moved that the bill as amended by the House,
    further amended and concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time
    now and placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote
    and the bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 398) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 185

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 185, a bill for  an
    act relating to the sales, services, and use tax exemption for items
    used by printers and publishers, limiting the amount of refunds, and
    providing retroactive and applicability date provisions, previously
    deferred.

         Senator Palmer filed the following motion to reconsider from the
    floor and moved its adoption:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which amendment
    S-3275 to House File 185 passed the Senate on April 19, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and amendment S-3275 by
    Senator Iverson to page 2 and the title page was taken up for
    reconsideration.

         Senator Iverson moved the adoption of amendment S-3275, which
    motion lost by a voice vote.

         Senator Iverson moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 185) the vote was:

    Ayes, 42:


         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano     Black
         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell       Dearden
         Deluhery      Douglas       Dvorsky       Fink
         Flynn         Fraise        Freeman       Gettings
         Giannetto     Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen
         Hedge         Horn          Husak         Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Zieman

    Nays, 7:

         Banks         Drake         Gronstal      Iverson
         Neuhauser     Sorensen      Vilsack

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                                    WITHDRAWN

         Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    File 18 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House File
    197 and Senate File 398 be immediately messaged to the House and to send
    an immediate message on Senate File 423 to the House.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 486

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 486, a bill for  an
    act relating to the regulation of cemetery operators and the regulation
    of perpetual care cemeteries and nonperpetual care cemeteries,
    establishing requirements related to the sale of preneed funeral
    contracts and the sale of funeral and cemetery merchandise, establishing
    fees and use of those fees, and providing penalties, previously
    deferred.

         Senator Maddox filed the following motion to reconsider from the
    floor and moved its adoption:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which amendment
    S-3376 to House File 486 was adopted by the Senate on April 19, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and amendment S-3376 by the
    committee on Commerce was taken up for reconsideration.

         Senator Maddox offered amendment S-3498 filed by him from the floor
    to amendment S-3376 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3498 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Hanson moved the adoption of amendment S-3376 as amended,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.



                                LEAVE OF ABSENCE

         Leave of absence was granted as follows:

         Senator Freeman until she returns on request of Senator Rife.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 486

         Senator Hansen moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 486) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Hedge         Horn
         Husak         Iverson       Jensen        Judge
         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Connolly      Freeman

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                             ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION

                               (Regular Calendar)

    House Concurrent Resolution 8

         On motion of Senator Black, House Concurrent Resolution 8, a
    concurrent resolution supporting the United Nations recognition of the
    Republic of China on Taiwan, with report of committee recommending
    passage, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Black moved the adoption of House Concurrent Resolution 8,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED

    Senate File 85

         Senator Priebe called up for consideration  Senate File 85, a bill
    for an act providing for the regulation of farm deer and making
    penalties applicable,  amended by the House, and moved that the Senate
    concur in House amendment S-3467 filed April 18, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Priebe moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 85) the vote was:

    Ayes, 47:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Dvorsky
         Fink          Flynn         Fraise        Gettings
         Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Iverson       Jensen        Judge         Kibbie
         Kramer        Lind          Lundby        Maddox
         McKean        McLaren       Murphy        Neuhauser
         Palmer        Priebe        Redfern       Rensink
         Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 3:

         Connolly      Drake         Freeman

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

    Senate File 457

         Senator Giannetto called up for consideration Senate File 457, a
    bill for an act relating to the civil rights commission concerning the
    enforcement of civil rights laws, and the promotion and transfer of
    employed disabled persons, amended by the House, and moved that the
    Senate concur in House amendment S-3480 filed April 18, 1995.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment.

         Senator Giannetto moved that the bill as amended by the House and
    concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time now and placed upon
    its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote and the bill was
    read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 457) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Hedge         Horn
         Husak         Iverson       Jensen        Judge
         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Connolly      Freeman

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.



                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    House File 258

         On motion of Senator Dearden, House File 258, a bill for an act
    relating to drug testing of certain employees and applicants for
    employment, providing for employer defenses, and making penalties
    applicable, with report of committee recommending amendment and passage,
    and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was
    taken up for consideration.

         Senator Dearden offered amendment S-3371 filed by the committeee on
    Business and Labor Relations on April 6, 1995, to strike everything
    after the enacting clause and to the title page of the bill.

         Senator Vilsack offered amendment S-3441 filed by Senators Vilsack,
    et al., on April 13, 1995, to amendment S-3371 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3441 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Dearden moved the adoption of amendment S-3371 as amended,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Dearden moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 258) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
    +48                Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Dvorsky
         Fink          Flynn         Fraise        Freeman
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Hedge         Horn
         Husak         Iverson       Jensen        Judge
         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 2:

         Connolly      Drake

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.

    House File 94

         On motion of Senator Hammond, House File 94, a bill for an act to
    permit certain dissolutions of marriage to take place without a hearing,
    with report of committee without recommendation, and placed on the
    Unfinished Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Hammond moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (H.F. 94) the vote was:

    Ayes, 20:


         Bisignano     Black         Dearden       Douglas
         Fink          Flynn         Freeman       Gettings
         Giannetto     Halvorson     Hammond       Horn
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Palmer
         Priebe        Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack

    Nays, 28:

         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Boettger
         Borlaug       Boswell       Deluhery      Dvorsky
         Fraise        Gronstal      Hansen        Hedge
         Husak         Iverson       Jensen        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Redfern       Rensink
         Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen      Zieman

    Absent or not voting, 2:

    101st Day WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1995 1311

         Connolly      Drake

         The bill not having received a constitutional majority was declared
    to have failed to pass the Senate.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 432

         Senator Hammond called up for consideration Senate File 432, a bill
    for  an act relating to sexually violent predators, by providing that
    the place of commitment shall be under the control of the department of
    corrections, by requiring the state to pay the costs incurred by a
    county for services in sexually violent offender proceedings, and
    providing an effective date, amended by the House in House amendment
    S-3468 filed April 18, 1995.

         Senator Hammond offered amendment S-3490 filed by her from the
    floor to House amendment S-3468 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3490 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Hammond moved that the Senate concur in the House amendment
    as amended.

         The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Senate concurred in
    the House amendment as amended.

         Senator Hammond moved that the bill as amended by the House,
    further amended and concurred in by the Senate, be read the last time
    now and placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote
    and the bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 432) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Ways and Means Calendar)

    Senate File 472

         On motion of Senator Szymoniak, Senate File 472, a bill for  an act
    relating to the local option sales and services tax by authorizing
    political subdivisions that will receive revenues from the tax to issue
    bonds in anticipation of the receipt of the revenues and providing an
    effective date, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Szymoniak offered amendment S-3496 filed by her from the
    floor to page 2 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3496 lost by a voice vote.

         Senator Hedge offered amendment S-3415 filed by him on April 13,
    1995, to page 4 and the title page of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3415 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Szymoniak moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 472) the vote was:

    Ayes, 45:



    101st Day WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1995 1313

         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Freeman
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Iverson       Jensen        Judge         Kibbie
         Kramer        Lind          Lundby        Maddox
         McLaren       Murphy        Palmer        Priebe
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack
         Zieman

    Nays, 4:

         Fraise        Hammond       McKean        Neuhauser

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title as amended was agreed to.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                               (Regular Calendar)

    Senate File 468

         On motion of Senator Giannetto, Senate File 468, a bill for an act
    to legalize the transfer of certain property by the City of Keokuk and
    providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Giannetto moved that the bill be read the last time now and
    placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and the
    bill was read the last time.

         On the question Shall the bill pass? (S.F. 468) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas       Drake
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal
         Halvorson     Hammond       Hansen        Hedge
         Horn          Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        McKean        McLaren
         Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, 1:

         Priebe

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Connolly

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that House
    Concurrent Resolution 8, House File 486, and Senate Files 432, 472 and
    468 be immediately messaged to the House and to send an immediate
    message on Senate Files 85 and 457 to the House.



                     HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED

         The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
    House:

         MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
    House, on April 19, 1995, insisted on its amendment to Senate File 93, a
    bill for an act related to criminal offenses against minors and sexually
    violent offenses and offenders committing those offenses, by requiring
    registration by offenders, providing for the establishment of a sex
    offender registry, and providing penalties, and that the members of the
    conference committee on part of the House are: the Representative from
    Warren, Mr. Coon, Chair; the Representative from Guthrie, Mr. Dinkla;
    the Representative from Johnson, Mrs. Doderer; the Representative from
    Polk, Mr. Lamberti; and the Representative from Wapello, Mr. Moreland.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 19, 1995, amended and passed the
    following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         Senate File 208, a bill for an act relating to child abuse and
    termination of parental rights provisions, and providing an effective
    date (S-3501).

         Senate File 358, a bill for an act relating to habitual offenders
    of the motor vehicle laws, by providing for an administrative
    adjudication of the habitual offender status, and providing for the
    payment of fees (S-3489).

         Senate File 373, a bill for an act to permit the court to find a
    person in contempt for failture to pay restitution after the period of
    probation, work release, parole, or the persons sentence has ended
    (S-3491).

         Senate File 422, a bill for  an act relating to the duties of the
    county recorder, by transferring certain duties of the clerk of the
    district court relating to vital statistics and marriage, by providing
    for fees, by providing for other properly related matters, and providing
    effective dates (S-3500).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 19, 1995, amended the Senate
    amendment, concurred in the Senate amendment as amended, and passed the
    following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 461, a bill for  an act relating to the Iowa
    communications network by directing the Iowa telecommunications and
    technology commission to conduct studies concerning the possible sale of
    the network, and the possible conversion of the network into a public
    utility (S-3502 to H-3976).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 19, 1995, passed the following
    bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 205, a bill for an act relating to shared
    superintendents for purposes of the supplementary weighting plan for
    public school districts and providing effective and retroactive
    applicability dates.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 19, 1995, passed the following
    bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 511, a bill for an act relating to open-end credit
    pursuant to a credit card, including the permissible over-limit or
    delinquency charges, the offering of credit unemployment insurance, and
    the time requirements for making certain payments.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.



                       APPOINTMENT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

         The Chair announced the following conference committee on Senate
    File 93 on the part of the Senate: Senators Bisignano, Chair; Giannetto,
    Vilsack, McKean and Maddox.

                                    APPENDIX



                          BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

         Communications were received announcing that on April 19, 1995, the
    Governor approved and transmitted to the Secretary of State the
    following bills

         SENATE FILE 9 - Relating to the performance of duties of the office
    of recorder on abolition of the office and the filing of documents and
    providing an effective date and for retroactive applicability.

         SENATE FILE 94 - Relating to reciprocal license fees for
    nonresident real estate brokers and salespersons.

         SENATE FILE 117  - Adopting a new uniform anatomical gift act and
    providing a penalty.

         SENATE FILE 118 - Relating to the development and implementation of
    a coordinated statewide trauma care delivery system and providing
    penalties and immunity from liability.

         SENATE FILE 140 - Legalizing the proceedings taken by the
    administration and board of directors of the Cedar Rapids Community
    School District concerning the sale of certain school district property
    and providing an effective date.

         SENATE FILE 159 - Relating to the payment of wages to a suspended
    or terminated employee under the Iowa wage payment collection law.

         SENATE FILE 162 - Eliminating the minimum amount which must be
    borrowed under a home equity line of credit.

         SENATE FILE 175 - Relating to the definition of the federal truth
    in lending act in the Iowa consumer credit code.

         SENATE FILE 178 - Relating to emergency medical services.

         SENATE FILE 255 - Relating to the administration of the Department
    of Agriculture and Land stewardship, providing for moneys previously
    appropriated to the department, and providing an effective date.

         SENATE FILE 271 - Relating to the authorization of a bank office
    where a state bank may maintain its management and bookkeeping
    functions.

         SENATE FILE 274 - Relating to the delay of the repeal for the
    exemption of certain multiple employer welfare arrangements from
    regulation by the insurance division and providing an effective date.

         SENATE FILE 278 - Providing that animals classified as ostriches,
    rheas, and emus are considered livestock.

         SENATE FILE 375 - Relating to abandoned property subject to control
    by the treasurer of state.



                              MOTIONS TO RECONSIDER

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which House File 94
    failed to pass the Senate on April 19, 1995.

                                                           MARY C. NEUHAUSER

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which House File 94
    failed to pass the Senate on April 19, 1995.

                                                             MERLIN E. BARTZ

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which House File
    185 passed the Senate on April 19, 1995.

                                                                    JIM LIND

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which House File
    258 passed the Senate on April 19, 1995.

                                                         MICHAEL E. GRONSTAL



                                COMMITTEE REPORTS

    APPROPRIATIONS

    Final Bill Action: HOUSE FILE 482, a bill for an act relating to the
    funding for the Iowa communications network and providing an
    appropriation.

    Recommendation: DO PASS.

    Final Vote: Ayes, 24: Murphy, Boswell, Lind, Banks, Bartz, Bisignano,
    Black, Borlaug, Douglas, Dvorsky, Flynn, Fraise, Gronstal, Halvorson,
    Hammond, Husak, Judge, Kibbie, Kramer, McLaren, Neuhauser, Rensink,
    Tinsman and Vilsack. Nays, none.  Absent or not voting, 1: Iverson.

    Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.



    JUDICIARY

    Final Bill Action: SENATE FILE 482, a bill for an act establishing
    economic and other penalties for certain criminal activity.

    Recommendation: AMEND AND DO PASS AS PROVIDED IN AMENDMENT S-3488.

    Final Vote: Ayes, 15: Giannetto, Vilsack, McKean, Bartz, Bisignano,
    Boettger, Drake, Fraise, Halvorson, Hammond, Hansen, Maddox, Neuhauser,
    Redfern and Szymoniak. Nays, none.

    Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.



                            PRESENTATION OF VISITORS

         The Chair welcomed the following visitors who were present in the
    Senate gallery:

         Seventeen FFA members from Guttenberg-Garnavillo School,
    accompanied by Steve Zaruba and Ms. A.J. Walter. Senator Zieman.



                                AMENDMENTS FILED


         S-3488        S.F.          482           Judiciary
         S-3489        S.F.          358           House amendment
         S-3490        S.F.          432           Johnie Hammond
         S-3491        S.F.          373           House amendment
         S-3492        S.F.          398           Mary Neuhauser
         S-3493        H.F.          197           Mary E. Kramer
         S-3494        S.F.          323           Mary E. Kramer
         S-3495        H.F.          482           Steven D. Hansen
         S-3496        S.F.          472           Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3497        S.F.          413           Brad Banks
                                                   Randal J. Giannetto
                                                   Derryl McLaren
                                                   William D. Palmer
                                                   JoAnn Douglas
                                                   Berl E. Priebe
                                                   Sheldon Rittmer
                                                   Tony Bisignano
         S-3498        H.F.          486           O. Gene Maddox
         S-3499        H.F.          482           Tom Flynn
                                                   Robert Dvorsky
         S-3500        S.F.          422           House amendment
         S-3501        S.F.          208           House amendment
         S-3502        H.F.          461           House amendment
         S-3503        H.F.          247           Michael E. Gronstal
         S-3504        S.F.          477           Wayne Bennett



                                   ADJOURNMENT

         On motion of Senator Horn, the Senate adjourned at 5:35 p.m., until
    9:00 a.m., Thursday, April 20, 1995.

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