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Senate Journal: Monday, April 24, 1995

                         ONE HUNDRED SIXTH CALENDAR DAY

                            SIXTY-SECOND SESSION DAY

                                 Senate Chamber

                    Des Moines, Iowa, Monday, April 24, 1995



         The Senate met in regular session at 10:18 a.m., President Boswell
    presiding.

         Prayer was offered by the Reverend John Epperson, pastor of the
    Christian Church, Grinnell, Iowa.

         The Journal of Thursday, April 20, 1995, was approved.



                                LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         Leaves of absence were granted as follows:

         Senators Deluhery and Flynn until they arrive on request of Senator
    Horn.



                           BILLS ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE

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


         S.R.          19            Human Resources
         H.C.R.        18            Transportation
         H.C.R.        23            Transportation
         H.F.          511           Commerce
         H.F.          555           Ways and Means
         H.F.          563           State Government
         H.F.          565           Appropriations



                                   QUORUM CALL

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

         The vote revealed 44 present, 6 absent and a quorum present.
                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate Concurrent Resolution 11

         Senator Gettings called up for consideration Senate Concurrent
    Resolution 11, a concurrent resolution declaring support for Amtrak,
    amended by the House, and moved that the Senate concur in House
    amendment S-3538 filed April 20, 1995.

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

         Senator Gettings moved that the resolution as amended by the House
    and concurred in by the Senate be adopted, which motion prevailed by a
    voice vote.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Ways and Means Calendar)

    Senate File 469

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, Senate File 469, a bill for an act
    relating to the definition of business income for purposes of the state
    corporate income tax and providing effective and applicability date
    provisions, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Neuhauser asked and received unanimous consent that House
    File 548 be substituted for Senate File 469.

    House File 548

         On motion of Senator Neuhauser, House File 548, a bill for an act
    relating to the definition of business income for purposes of the state
    corporate income tax and providing effective and applicability date
    provisions, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Rife asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    House File 548 be deferred.



                           HOUSE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    Senate File 358

         Senator McKean called up for consideration 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, amended by the House in
    House amendment S-3489 filed April 19, 1995.

         Senator Lind offered amendment S-3506 filed by Senators Lind, et
    al., on April 20, 1995, to House amendment S-3489 and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3506 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator McKean 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 McKean 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. 358) the vote was:

    Ayes, 47:


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

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 3:

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

    Senate File 373

         Senator Neuhauser called up for consideration Senate File 373, a
    bill for an act to permit the court to find a person in contempt for
    failure to pay restitution after the period of probation, work release,
    parole, or the persons sentence has ended, amended by the House, and
    moved that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3491 filed April 19,
    1995.

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

         Senator Neuhauser 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. 373) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          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:

         Flynn
         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 482

         On motion of Senator Giannetto, Senate File 482, a bill for an act
    establishing economic and other penalties for certain criminal activity,
    with report of committee reecommending amendment and passage, was taken
    up for consideration.

         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3488 filed by the committee
    on Judiciary on April 19, 1995 to pages 54 and 55 of the bill and moved
    its adoption.

         Amendment S-3488 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3513 filed by him on April
    20, 1995, to page 30 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3513 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3505 filed by Senators
    Giannetto and Bisignano on April 20, 1995, to page 50 of the bill and
    moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3505 was adopted by a voice vote.

         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. 482) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          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:

         Flynn

         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 528

         On motion of Senator Hammond, House File 528, a bill for  an act
    relating to criminal and juvenile justice, including authorizing the
    suspension of the juveniles motor vehicle license, authorizing a
    criminal justice agency to retain a copy of a juveniles fingerprint
    card, providing that certain identifying information regarding juveniles
    involved in delinquent acts is a public record, exempting certain
    offenses from the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, placing a juvenile
    in detention as a dispositional alternative, waiving a juvenile to adult
    court, the release or detention of certain criminal defendants pending
    sentencing or appeal following conviction, limiting the circumstances
    under which a juvenile may consume alcoholic beverages, providing for
    notice to parents when a juvenile is taken into custody for alcohol
    offenses, adding custody and adjudication information regarding
    juveniles to state criminal history files, establishing a juvenile
    justice task force, authorizing the transmission of communicable disease
    information by radio in certain circumstances, and enhancing or
    establishing penalties, with report of committee recommending passage,
    and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on April 13, 1995, was
    taken up for consideration.

         Senator Hammond offered amendment S-3514 filed by her on April 20,
    1995, to pages 1-11, 19, 22, 23 and the title page of the bill.
         Senator Borlaug raised the point of order that amendment S-3514 was
    not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point not well taken and amendment S-3514 in
    order.

         Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent that action
    on amendment S-3514 and House File 528 be deferred.

         The Senate stood at ease at 11:50 a.m. until the fall of the gavel
    for the purpose of party caucuses.

         The Senate resumed session at 2:21 p.m., President Boswell
    presiding.



                                   QUORUM CALL

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

         Senator Fraise took the chair at 2:28 p.m.

         President Boswell took the chair at 2:38 p.m.

         The vote revealed 45 present, 5 absent and a quorum present.



                                LEAVE OF ABSENCE

         Leave of absence was granted as follows:

         Senator Maddox until he returns on request of Senator Hedge.



                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

    House File 482

         On motion of Senator Dvorsky, House File 482, a bill for an act
    relating to the funding for the Iowa communications network and
    providing an appropriation, with report of committee recommending
    passage, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Flynn offered amendment S-3499 filed by Senators Flynn and
    Dvorsky on April 19, 1995, to pages 1-5 of the bill.
         Senator Flynn asked and received unanimous consent that action  on
    amendment S-3499 be deferred.

         Senator McLaren offered amendment S-3511 filed by him on April 20,
    1995, to page 4 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3511 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Hansen withdrew amendment S-3495 filed by him on April 19,
    1995, to page 4 of the bill.

         Senator Halvorson offered amendment S-3550 filed by him from the
    floor to page 3 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3550 lost by a voice vote.

         The Senate resumed consideration of amendment S-3499 by Senators
    Flynn and Dvorsky to pages 1-5 of the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Flynn called for a division of amendment S-3499: lines 3
    and 4 as division S-3499A and lines 5-23 as division S-3499B.

         Senator Flynn asked and received unanimous consent that action on
    division S-3499A be deferred.

         Senator Flynn moved the adoption of division S-3499B, which motion
    prevailed by a voice vote.

         (Action on House File 482 was deferred, division S-3499A pending).



                          UNFINISHED BUSINESS CALENDAR

    House File 203

         On motion of Senator Giannetto, House File 203, a bill for an act
    relating to the location of the office of the commission of veterans
    affairs, and providing an effective date, with report of committee
    recommending passage, and placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on
    April 13, 1995, was taken up for consideration.

         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3481 filed by him on April
    18, 1995, to page 1 of the bill.
         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3526 filed by Senators
    Giannetto, et al. , on April 20, 1995, to amendment S-3481 and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3526 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Giannetto moved the adoption of amendment S-3481 as
    amended, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         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? (H.F. 203) 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.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 528

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 528, a bill for  an
    act relating to criminal and juvenile justice, including authorizing the
    suspension of the juveniles motor vehicle license, authorizing a
    criminal justice agency to retain a copy of a juveniles fingerprint
    card, providing that certain identifying information regarding juveniles
    involved in delinquent acts is a public record, exempting certain
    offenses from the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, placing a juvenile
    in detention as a dispositional alternative, waiving a juvenile to adult
    court, the release or detention of certain criminal defendants pending
    sentencing or appeal following conviction, limiting the circumstances
    under which a juvenile may consume alcoholic beverages, providing for
    notice to parents when a juvenile is taken into custody for alcohol
    offenses, adding custody and adjudication information regarding
    juveniles to state criminal history files, establishing a juvenile
    justice task force, authorizing the transmission of communicable disease
    information by radio in certain circumstances, and enhancing or
    establishing penalties, and amendment S-3514 by Senator Hammond to pages
    1-11, 19, 22, 23 and the title page of the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Borlaug offered amendment S-3549 filed by him from the
    floor to amendment S-3514 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3549 lost by a voice vote.

         Senator Hammond moved the adoption of amendment S-3514 which motion
    prevailed by a voice vote.

         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. 528) 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.



                               HOUSE AMENDMENT TO

                           SENATE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    House File 486

         Senator Hansen called up for consideration 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,
    amended by the Senate, further amended by the House and moved that the
    Senate concur in House amendment S-3521 to Senate amendment H-3989 filed
    April 20, 1995.

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

         Senator Hansen 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. 486) 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 Neuhauser called up the motion to reconsider House File 94
    filed by her on April 19, 1995, found on page 1318 of the Senate Journal
    and moved its adoption.

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

    Ayes, 30:


         Bartz         Bisignano     Black         Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Horn          Husak
         Judge         Kramer        Maddox        Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Rittmer       Szymoniak
         Tinsman       Vilsack

    Nays, 20:

         Banks         Bennett       Boettger      Borlaug
         Fraise        Freeman       Hedge         Iverson
         Jensen        Kibbie        Lind          Lundby
         McKean        McLaren       Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Sorensen      Zieman

         The motion prevailed.

         Senator Neuhauser moved to reconsider the vote by which House File
    94 went to its last reading, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.
    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,
    was taken up for reconsideration.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3510 filed by her on April
    20, 1995, to page 1 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3510 was adopted by a voice vote.

         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, 32:


         Bartz         Bisignano     Black         Boswell
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Gettings      Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hammond       Hansen        Horn          Husak
         Judge         Kibbie        Kramer        Lundby
         Maddox        Murphy        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Priebe        Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack

    Nays, 18:

         Banks         Bennett       Boettger      Borlaug
         Fraise        Freeman       Hedge         Iverson
         Jensen        Lind          McKean        McLaren
         Redfern       Rensink       Rife          Rittmer
         Sorensen      Zieman

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



                     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 24, 1995, passed the following bills in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:
         Senate File 223, a bill for an act providing for notification of
    certain persons receiving public assistance of tax suspension
    provisions.

         Senate File 403, a bill for an act relating to collection of
    delinquent restitution payments and providing an effective date.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 1995, passed the following
    bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 566, a bill for an act relating to the taxation of sales
    of residential service contracts under the state sales, services, and
    use taxes.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.



                           INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTION

         Senate Resolution 20, by committee on Rules and Administration, a
    senate resolution relating to daily operations of the Senate.

         Read first time and placed on calendar.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 482

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 482, a bill for an
    act relating to the funding for the Iowa communications network and
    providing an appropriation, and division S-3499A by Senators Flynn and
    Dvorsky to page 1 of the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Flynn offered amendment S-3554 filed by Senators Flynn,
    Dvorsky and McLaren from the floor to division S-3499A and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3554 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Flynn moved the adoption of division S-3499A as amended,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.
         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. 482) the vote was:

    Ayes, 48:


         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        McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Palmer        Priebe        Redfern
         Rensink       Rife          Rittmer       Sorensen
         Szymoniak     Tinsman       Vilsack       Zieman

    Nays, 2:

         Banks         McKean

         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 94 filed by Senator Bartz on
    April 19, 1995, and found on page 1318 of the the Senate Journal was out
    of order.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    House File 548

         The Senate resumed consideration of House File 548, a bill for an
    act relating to the definition of business income for purposes of the
    state corporate income tax and providing effective and applicability
    date provisions, previously deferred.

         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. 548) 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 469 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate.



                               HOUSE AMENDMENT TO

                           SENATE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    House File 387

         Senator Connolly called up for consideration House File 387, a bill
    for an act relating to the appointment of the student member to the
    state board of regents, reducing the student members term, and providing
    implementation and transition provisions, amended by the Senate, further
    amended by the House and moved that the Senate concur in House amendment
    S-3454 to Senate amendment H-3836 filed April 17, 1995.

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

         Senator Connolly 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. 387) the vote was:

    Ayes, 49:


         Banks         Bartz         Bennett       Bisignano
         Black         Boettger      Borlaug       Boswell
         Connolly      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, 1:

         Drake

         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 150

         Senator Dvorsky called up for consideration Senate File 150, a bill
    for an act relating to child abuse involving termination of parental
    rights in certain abuse or neglect cases and access by other states to
    child abuse information, amended by the House in House amendment S-3543
    filed April 20, 1995.

         Senator Bartz offered amendment S-3557 filed by him from the floor
    to House amendment S-3543 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3557 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Dvorsky 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 Dvorsky 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. 150) the vote was:

    Ayes, 46:


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

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 4:

         Flynn         Murphy        Palmer        Priebe

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



                               HOUSE AMENDMENT TO

                           SENATE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

    House File 481

         Senator Neuhauser called up for consideration 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, amended by the Senate, further amended by the House
    and moved that the Senate concur in House amendment S-3518 to Senate
    amendment H-3979 filed April 20, 1995.

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

         Senator Neuhauser 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. 481) the vote was:

    Ayes, 46:


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

    Nays, none.

    Absent or not voting, 4:

         Flynn         Murphy        Palmer        Priebe

         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 208

         Senator Szymoniak called up for consideration Senate File 208, a
    bill for an act relating to child abuse and termination of parental
    rights provisions, and providing an effective date, amended by the House
    in House amendment S-3501 filed April 19, 1995.
         Senator Hammond withdrew amendment S-3509 filed by her on April 20,
    1995, to House amendment S-3501.

         Senator Szymoniak offered amendment  S-3534 filed by her on April
    20, 1995, to House amendment S-3501 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3534 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Szymoniak offered amendment S-3558 filed by her from the
    floor to House amendment S-3501.

         Senator Lind asked and received unanimous consent that action on
    amendment S-3558 to House amendment S-3501, House amendment S-3501 and
    Senate File 208 be deferred.



                                COMMITTEE REPORT

    RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

    Final Bill Action: SENATE RESOLUTION 20, a senate resolution relating to
    daily operations of the Senate.

    Recommendation: APPROVED COMMITTEE RESOLUTION.

    Final Vote: Ayes, 8: Horn, Boswell, Rife, Gettings, Gronstal, Husak,
    Kramer and Lind. Nays, none. Absent or not voting, 1: Bisignano.

    Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

         President pro tempore Bisignano took the chair at 4:57 p.m.

    Senate File 427

         Senator Kibbie called up for consideration Senate File 427, a bill
    for  an act relating to authorizing the payment of salaries to senior
    judges, providing for a maximum retirement annuity amount paid to senior
    judges, affecting senior judge retirement benefits, the appointment of
    judges to senior judge status, and providing effective and applicability
    dates, amended by the House, and moved that the Senate concur in House
    amendment S-3508 filed April 20, 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. 427) the vote was:

    Ayes, 45:


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

    Nays, 1:

         Halvorson

    Absent or not voting, 4:

         Flynn         Murphy        Palmer        Priebe

         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)

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent to take up for
    consideration Senate Resolution 20.

    Senate Resolution 20

         On motion of Senator Boswell, Senate Resolution 20, a senate
    resolution relating to daily operations of the Senate, was taken up for
    consideration.

         Senator Boswell moved the adoption of Senate Resolution 20, which
    motion prevailed by a voice vote.
                              CONSIDERATION OF BILL

                            (Appropriations Calendar)

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent to take up for
    consideration Senate File 484.

    Senate File 484

         On motion of Senator Judge, Senate File 484, a bill for  an act
    relating to and making appropriations to certain state departments,
    agencies, funds, and certain other entities, providing for regulatory
    authority and other properly related matters, providing an effective
    date, and providing penalties, was taken up for consideration.

         President Boswell took the chair at 5:20 p.m.

         Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-3551 filed by Senators
    Gronstal and Kramer from the floor to pages 3, 4, 30-32 and 45 of the
    bill.

         Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-3559 filed by Senators
    Gronstal and Kramer from the floor to amendment S-3531 and moved its
    adoption.

         Amendment S-3559 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Gronstal moved the adoption of amendment S-3551 as amended,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Jensen offered amendment S-3556 filed by him from the floor
    to page 6 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3556 was adopted by a voice vote.

         Senator Hammond offered amendment S-3548 filed by her from the
    floor to page 9 of the bill.

         Senator Judge offered amendment S-3560 filed by Senators Judge and
    Bartz from the floor to amendment S-3548.

         Senator Szymoniak asked and received unanimous consent that action
    on amendment S-3560 to amendment S-3548 and amendment S-3548 be
    deferred.
         Senator Giannetto offered amendment S-3547 filed by him from the
    floor to page 11 of the bill.

         Senator Giannetto asked and received unanimous consent that action
    on amendment S-3547 be deferred.

         Senator Lind asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw
    amendment S-3562 filed by Senators Lind and Vilsack from the floor to
    page 28 of the bill.

         Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-3552 filed by him from the
    floor to pages 30 and 45 of the bill and moved its adoption.

         A record roll call was requested.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3552 be adopted? (S.F. 484) the
    vote was:

    Ayes, 29:


         Banks         Bisignano     Black         Boettger
         Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery      Douglas
         Drake         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn
         Freeman       Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Horn          Kibbie        Kramer        Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        Palmer        Priebe
         Rittmer       Sorensen      Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack

    Nays, 21:

         Bartz         Bennett       Borlaug       Boswell
         Fraise        Gettings      Giannetto     Hansen
         Hedge         Husak         Iverson       Jensen
         Judge         Lind          McLaren       Murphy
         Neuhauser     Redfern       Rensink       Rife
         Zieman

         Amendment S-3552 was adopted.

         Senator Dvorsky offered amendment S-3561 filed by Senators Dvorsky,
    et al., from the floor to page 30 of the bill.

         Senator Drake raised the point of order that amendment S-3561 was
    not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point not well taken and amendment S-3561 in
    order.
         Senator Dvorsky moved the adoption of amendment S-3561, which
    motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Giannetto withdrew amendment S-3547 by him to page 11 of
    the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-3565 filed by Senators
    Gronstal, et al., from the floor to page 30 of the bill.

         Senator Szymoniak raised the point of order that amendment S-3565
    was not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point not well taken and amendment S-3565 in
    order.

         Senator Gronstal moved the adoption of amendment S-3565.

         A record roll call was requested.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3565 be adopted? (S.F. 484) the
    vote was:

    Ayes, 33:


         Banks         Bartz         Bisignano     Black
         Borlaug       Boswell       Connolly      Dearden
         Deluhery      Dvorsky       Fink          Fraise
         Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Iverson       Jensen        Judge         Kibbie
         Lundby        McKean        Murphy        Palmer
         Priebe        Redfern       Rensink       Sorensen
         Vilsack

    Nays, 17:

         Bennett       Boettger      Douglas       Drake
         Flynn         Freeman       Gettings      Kramer
         Lind          Maddox        McLaren       Neuhauser
         Rife          Rittmer       Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Zieman

         Amendment S-3565 was adopted.

         Senator Jensen offered amendment S-3546 filed by him from the floor
    to page 44 of the bill.
         Senator Judge raised the point of order that amendment S-3546  was
    not germane to the bill.

         The Chair ruled the point well taken and amendment S-3546 out of
    order.

         The Senate resumed consideration of amendment S-3548 by Senator
    Hammond to page 9 of the bill, previously deferred.

         Senator Judge offered amendment S-3567 filed by Senators Judge and
    Bartz from the floor to amendment S-3548 and moved its adoption.

         Amendment S-3567 was adopted by a voice vote.

         With the adoption of amendment S-3567, the Chair ruled amendment
    S-3560 by Senators Judge and Bartz to amendment S-3548, previously
    deferred, out of order.

         Senator Hammond moved the adoption of amendment S-3548 as amended,
    which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

         Senator Szymoniak offered amendment S-3566 filed by Senators
    Szymoniak and Tinsman from the floor to page 14 of the bill and moved
    its adoption.

         A record roll call was requested.

         On the question Shall amendment S-3566 be adopted? (S.F. 484) the
    vote was:

    Ayes, 21:


         Bartz         Boettger      Borlaug       Douglas
         Drake         Gettings      Hammond       Iverson
         Jensen        Kibbie        Kramer        Lind
         Lundby        Maddox        Neuhauser     Palmer
         Redfern       Rittmer       Szymoniak     Tinsman
         Vilsack

    Nays, 28:

         Banks         Bennett       Bisignano     Black
         Boswell       Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Freeman       Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson
         Hansen        Hedge         Horn          Husak
         Judge         McKean        McLaren       Murphy
         Rensink       Rife          Sorensen      Zieman
    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Priebe

         Amendment S-3566 lost.

         Senator Rife 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-3561 to Senate File 484 was adopted by the Senate on April 24, 1995.

         A record roll call was requested.



                                LEAVE OF ABSENCE

         Leave of absence was granted as follows:

         Senator Priebe for the remainder of the day on request of Senator
    Black.



                                BUSINESS PENDING

    Senate File 484

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

    Ayes, 16:


         Bennett       Boettger      Borlaug       Douglas
         Drake         Freeman       Gettings      Hedge
         Iverson       Kramer        McLaren       Rensink
         Rife          Rittmer       Tinsman       Zieman

    Nays, 33:

         Banks         Bartz         Bisignano     Black
         Boswell       Connolly      Dearden       Deluhery
         Dvorsky       Fink          Flynn         Fraise
         Giannetto     Gronstal      Halvorson     Hammond
         Hansen        Horn          Husak         Jensen
         Judge         Kibbie        Lind          Lundby
         Maddox        McKean        Murphy        Neuhauser
         Palmer        Redfern       Sorensen      Szymoniak
         Vilsack
    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Priebe

         The motion lost.



                     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 24, 1995, passed the following bill in which the
    concurrence of the House was asked:

         Senate File 83, a bill for  an act extending for an additional
    budget year the regular program district cost guarantee for school
    districts and increasing the amount of that guarantee and providing an
    effective date.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 1995, amended and passed the
    following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         Senate File 390, a bill for  an act relating to the Iowa arts and
    cultural enhancement and endowment program and foundation (S-3555).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 1995, concurred in the Senate
    amendment to the House amendment, and passed the following bills in
    which the concurrence of the House was asked:

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

         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.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 1995, concurred in the Senate
    amendment and passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the
    House was asked:
         House File 197, a bill for  an act relating to the expansion of the
    volunteer physician program to include other health care providers.

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 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 471, a bill for  an act relating to prison time served
    by persons convicted of an aggravated misdemeanor or greater offense, by
    providing for changes in the mandatory minimum terms of sentences to be
    served, by permitting the imposition of up to ninety days of the total
    sentence in a county jail in addition to any terms of probation, and
    providing for a reduction in the amount of good and honor time that may
    be earned by forcible felons (S-3568).

         ALSO: That the House has on April 24, 1995, passed the following
    bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

         House File 571, a bill for  an act relating to the frequency of
    referendums held on excursion gambling boat proposals or gambling games
    proposals for licensed pari-mutuel racetracks and the qualifications of
    a qualifying organization which are necessary to conduct pari- mutuel
    wagering at racetracks or gambling games on excursion gambling boats and
    providing effective and applicability dates.

         This bill was read first time and passed on file.



                              IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that Senate
    Concurrent Resolution 11, Senate Files 358, 482, 484 and House Files
    203, 528, 486, 94, 482, 548, 387 and 481 be immediately messaged to the
    House.

         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent to send an
    immediate message on Senate Files 373 and 427 to the House.
                                BUSINESS PENDING

    Senate File 484

         The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 484.

         Senator Neuhauser offered amendment S-3569 filed by Senators
    Neuhauser and Murphy from the floor to page 15 of the bill and moved its
    adoption.

         A non record roll call was requested.

         The ayes were 26, nays 22.

         Amendment S-3569 was adopted.

         Senator Judge 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. 484) the vote was:

    Ayes, 26:


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

    Nays, 23:

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

    Absent or not voting, 1:

         Priebe

         The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to
    have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.
         Senator Horn asked and received unanimous consent that Senate File
    484 be immediately messaged to the House.
                                    APPENDIX



                          REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

    APPROPRIATIONS

    Convened: April 20, 1995. 4:02 p.m.

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

    Members Absent: Bisignano (excused).

    Committee Business: Amended and approved SSB 365 as a committee bill.

    Adjourned: 4:50 p.m.



    RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

    Convened: April 20, 1995, 11:59 a.m.

    Members Present: Horn,  Chair; Boswell, Vice Chair; Rife, Ranking
    Member; Gettings, Gronstal and Husak.

    Members Absent: Bisignano, Kramer and Lind.

    Committee Business: Approved committee resolution regarding President
    Clintons visit on April 29, 1995.

    Adjourned: 12:02 p.m.



                                    PETITIONS

         The following petitions were presented and placed on file by:

         Senator Giannetto from 1,014 residents of Iowa favoring the
    creation of and funding for a state veterans advocacy division to help
    protect and preserve the rights of our past, present and future
    veterans.

         Senator Zieman from 32 residents of Amnesty International opposing
    reinstatement of the death penalty in Iowa.
         Senator Borlaug from 134 residents of Floyd County favoring
    legislation eliminating taxation of retirees pensions.



                            PRESENTATION OF VISITORS

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

         Sixty fifth grade students from BCLUW Middle School, Union,
    accompanied by Mary Pieper and John Ehn. Senators Iverson, Jensen and
    Giannetto.

         Eight eighth grade students from Pine Grove Mennonite, Chester,
    accompanied by Mary Ann Nightengale. Senator Borlaug.

         Senator Szymoniak introduced several participants visiting the
    United States under the Freedom Support Grant Program for Russia to
    study the roles of committees in the legislative process.



                     REPORTS OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

         MR. PRESIDENT: Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in
    enrolling Senate File 82, the following correction was made:

         1. Page 4, line 16, the word and number Section 5 were changed to
    the word and number Section 8.

         ALSO: That in enrolling Senate File 462, the following corrections
    were made:

         1. Page 1, line 35, the letter a was changed to the number 5.

         2. Page 2, line 7, the letter b was changed to the letter a.

         3. Page 2, line 14, the letter c was changed to the letter b.

         4. Page 2, line 24, the letter d was changed to the letter c.

         5. Page 2, line 32, the letter e was changed to the letter d.

         6. Page 51, line 13, the words amended to reads as follows: were
    changed to the words amended to read as follows:

         7. Page 52, line 22, the word and number subsection 200 were
    changed to the word and number subsection 14.
         8. Page 51, line 25, the words and numbers sections 27 through 32
    were changed to the words and numbers Sections 28 through 33;.

    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 24th day of April, 1995:

         Senate Files 207, 155, 385, 341, 377, 272, 215, 132, 152, 164, 206,
    229, 386, 443, 66, 82, 87, 431, 311, 346, 347, 371 and 462.

    JOHN F. DWYER Secretary of the Senate

                            SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

                                 House File 555

    WAYS AND MEANS: Murphy, Chair; Iverson and Vilsack

                                 House File 565

    APPROPRIATIONS: Vilsack, Chair; Kibbie and Kramer

                         House Concurrent Resolution 18

    TRANSPORTATION: Drake, Chair; Fraise and Gettings

                         House Concurrent Resolution 23

    TRANSPORTATION: Gettings, Chair; Drake and Fraise



                              MOTION TO RECONSIDER

         MR. PRESIDENT: I move to reconsider the vote by which Senate File
    150 passed the Senate on April 24, 1995.

                                                            ELAINE SZYMONIAK
                          BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

         Communication was received announcing that on April 24, 1995, the
    Governor approved and transmitted to the Secretary of State the
    following bills:

         SENATE FILE 88 - An act relating to statutory corrections which may
    adjust language to reflect current practices, insert earlier omissions,
    delete redundancies and inaccuracies, delete temporary language, resolve
    inconsistencies and conflicts, update ongoing provisions, or remove
    ambiguities.

         SENATE FILE 116 - Authorizing certain persons to access dependent
    adult abuse information.

         SENATE FILE 141 - Relating to notice for vacating and closing
    roads.

         SENATE FILE 147 - Providing for the issuance of single general
    permits by the Department of Natural Resources and providing an
    effective date.

         SENATE FILE 149 - Relating to child support recovery.

         SENATE FILE 174 - Relating to health facilities under the purview
    of the Department of Inspections and Appeals.


         SENATE FILE 233 - Relating to the suspension and revocation of
    drivers licenses and providing penalties for violations of
    out-of-service orders.

         SENATE FILE 247 - Relating to plastic garbage can liners with
    recycled content.

         SENATE FILE 298 - Relating to implements of husbandry, concerning
    the definition of implements of husbandry and weight restrictions for
    certain implements of husbandry.

         SENATE FILE 352 - Relating to the family investment program and
    related human services programs by requiring the Department of Human
    Services to apply for certain federal waivers and providing
    applicability provisions.

         SENATE FILE 402 - Relating to brands registered by the Department
    of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and providing for penalties.

         SENATE FILE 440 - Relating to probate including the lien period for
    estates which have not been administered, the amount which may be passed
    to a minor without appointing a conservator, the distribution of an
    intestate estate to the parents, and special use trusts.

         SENATE FILE 458 - Relating to the duties of the county treasurer
    and providing effective and applicabiity dates.
                                AMENDMENTS FILED


         S-3544        H.F.          505           Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3545        H.F.          560           Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3546        S.F.          484           John W. Jensen
         S-3547        S.F.          484           Randal J. Giannetto
         S-3548        S.F.          484           Johnie Hammond
         S-3549        H.F.          528           Allen Borlaug
         S-3550        H.F.          482           Rod Halvorson
         S-3551        S.F.          484           Michael E. Gronstal
                                                   Mary Kramer
         S-3552        S.F.          484           Michael E. Gronstal
         S-3553        S.F.          478           Michael E. Gronstal
         S-3554        H.F.          482           Tom Flynn
                                                   Robert Dvorsky
                                                   Derryl McLaren
         S-3555        S.F.          390           House amendment
         S-3556        S.F.          484           John W. Jensen
         S-3557        S.F.          150           Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3558        S.F.          208           Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3559        S.F.          484           Michael E. Gronstal
                                                   Mary E. Kramer
         S-3560        S.F.          484           Patty Judge
                                                   Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3561        S.F.          484           Robert E. Dvorsky
                                                   Emil J. Husak
                                                   Mary A. Lundby
                                                   Jim Lind
         S-3562        S.F.          484           Jim Lind
                                                   Tom Vilsack
         S-3563        S.F.          208           Elaine Szymoniak
         S-3564        H.F.          437           Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3565        S.F.          484           Michael E. Gronstal
                                                   Eugene S. Fraise
                                                   Emil J. Husak
                                                   John Jensen
                                                   Brad Banks
                                                   Mary Lundby
         S-3566        S.F.          484           Elaine Szymoniak
                                                   Maggie Tinsman
         S-3567        S.F.          484           Patty Judge
                                                   Merlin E. Bartz
         S-3568        H.F.          471           House amendment
         S-3569        S.F.          484           Mary Neuhauser
                                                   Larry Murphy



                                   ADJOURNMENT

         On motion of Senator Horn, the Senate adjourned at 8:05 p.m., until
    9:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 25, 1995.

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