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House Journal: Wednesday, February 14, 1996

Thirty-eighth Calendar Day - Twenty-sixth Session Day

Hall of the House of Representatives
Des Moines, Iowa, Wednesday, February 14, 1996
The House met pursuant to adjournment at 8:45 a.m., Speaker
Corbett in the chair.
Prayer was offered by Father Hoffman, St. Anthony's Catholic
Church, Des Moines.
The Journal of Tuesday, February 13, 1996 was approved.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS
House File 2196, by committee on appropriations, a bill for
an act transferring gambling moneys to the rebuild Iowa
infrastructure fund and providing retroactive and effective
dates.
Read first time and placed on the appropriations calendar.
House File 2197, by Jacobs, a bill for an act relating to
permissible charges which may be contracted for and received
with respect to open-end credit.
Read first time and referred to committee on commerce-regulation.
House File 2198, by Millage, a bill for an act authorizing
counties to impose additional civil court fees for use for
county courthouse libraries and providing an effective date.
Read first time and referred to committee on state government.
House File 2199, by Boddicker and Hurley, a bill for an act
creating a voluntary welfare replacement initiative administered
by the department of human services, providing for an associated
individual income tax credit, and providing effective date and
applicability provisions.
Read first time and referred to committee on human resources.
House File 2200, by Van Maanen, Coon, Van Fossen, Churchill,
Garman, Bell, Koenigs, Mascher, Disney, Cormack, Larson, Hammitt
Barry, Nelson of Marshall, Siegrist, and Baker, a bill for an
act relating to the exemption of unassisted coin-operated motor
vehicle wash, wax, and vacuum services from the state sales,
services, and use taxes.
Read first time and referred to committee on ways and means.
House File 2201, by Blodgett, a bill for an act relating to
defining the practice of dentistry.
Read first time and referred to committee on human resources.
House File 2202, by committee on state government, a bill
for an act relating to permissible acts related to real estate
sales, exchanges, purchases, rentals, leases, or advertising by
licensees and nonlicensees.
Read first time and placed on the calendar.
House File 2203, by Sukup, Teig, Arnold, Branstad, and Coon,
a bill for an act relating to county enforcement of state law
against confinement feeding operations.
Read first time and referred to committee on agriculture.
House File 2204, by Shoultz, a bill for an act relating to
the inspection of animal feeding operations.
Read first time and referred to committee on agriculture.
House File 2205, by O'Brien, a bill for an act relating to
the development and use of certain public lands for multipurpose
trails.
Read first time and referred to committee on natural resources.
House File 2206, by Greiner, a bill for an act requiring the
director of the department of natural resources to determine and
inform the environmental protection commission of the probable
costs in implementing, enforcing, and complying with a proposed
rule.
Read first time and referred to committee on environmental
protection.
House File 2207, by Nelson of Marshall, a bill for an act
relating to the state transportation commission's planning
process and federal funding.
Read first time and referred to committee on transportation.
House File 2208, by Harper, a bill for an act relating to
the certification of construction contractors, establishing fees
and penalties, and providing for the use of such fees.
Read first time and referred to committee on state government.
Sukup of Franklin in the chair at 8:52 a.m.
CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
Regular Calendar
House File 2107, a bill for an act relating to the requirements
regarding human immunodeficiency virus-related tests and making
existing remedies applicable, was taken up for consideration.
Blodgett of Cerro Gordo offered the following amendment H-5067
filed by him and moved its adoption:

H-5067
 1     Amend House File 2107 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 1, lines 6 and 7, by striking the words
 3   "and any of the following applies" and inserting the
 4   following:  "and written consent is obtained from any
 5   of the following persons, in order of priority stated,
 6   if persons in prior classes are not available".
 7     2.  Page 1, by striking lines 8 through 16 and
 8   inserting the following:
 9     "(1)  The person designated as the attorney in fact
10   of the deceased person pursuant to chapter 144B, who
11   was acting as attorney in fact at the time of the
12   deceased person's death.
13     (2)  The legal guardian of the deceased person at
14   the time of the deceased person's death.
15     (3)  The spouse of the deceased person.
16     (4)  An adult child of the deceased person.
17     (5)  A parent of the deceased person.
18     (6)  An adult sibling of the deceased person.
19     (7)  Any other member of the deceased person's
20   family who is authorized to dispose of the body.
21     (8)  The county medical examiner."
22     3.  Page 1, line 21, by inserting after the word
23   "consent" the following:  "to performance of an HIV-
24   related test".
Amendment H-5067 was adopted.
Blodgett of Cerro Gordo moved that the bill be read a last time
now and placed upon its passage which motion prevailed and the
bill was read a last time.
On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (H.F. 2107)
The ayes were, 99:

Arnold         	Baker          	Bell           	Blodgett      
		Boddicker      	Boggess        	Bradley        	Brammer       
	Brand          	Branstad       	Brauns         	Brunkhorst    
	Burnett        	Carroll        	Cataldo  	Churchill  	Cohoon   
     	Connors        	Coon           	Corbett, Spkr.	Cormack    
   	Daggett        	Dinkla         	Disney         
Doderer        	Drake          	Drees          	Eddie         
		Ertl           	Fallon         	Garman         	Gipp          
		Greig          	Greiner 	Gries          	Grubbs	Grundberg	Hahn
          	Halvorson      	Hammitt Barry 	Hanson         	Harper
        	Harrison       	Heaton         	Holveck        	Houser 
       	Hurley  	Huseman        	Jacobs         	Jochum        
	Klemme         	Koenigs        		Kreiman        	Kremer        
	Lamberti       	Larkin         		Larson         	Lord          
	Main           	Martin         	Mascher 	May            	McCoy 
        	Mertz          		Metcalf  	Meyer          	Millage     
  	Moreland       	Mundie         	Murphy         	Myers	Nelson,
B.      	Nelson, L.       	Nutt           	O'Brien        	Ollie
         	Osterhaus      	Rants          	Renken         	Salton
        	Schrader       	Schulte        	Shoultz       
	Siegrist              	Taylor         	Teig           	Thomson 
      	Tyrrell        		Van Fossen 	Van Maanen     	Vande Hoef  
  	Veenstra       	Warnstadt      	Weidman        	Weigel       
 	Welter         		Wise           	Witt           	Sukup, 
 		 Presiding
The nays were, none.
Absent or not voting, 1:

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

House File 2177, a bill for an act relating to the exclusion of
century farms from economic development areas for purposes of
urban renewal and providing for the Act's applicability, was
taken up for consideration.
Arnold of Lucas moved that the bill be read a last time now and
placed upon its passage which motion prevailed and the bill was
read a last time.
On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (H.F. 2177)
The ayes were, 99:

Arnold         	Baker          	Bell           	Blodgett      
		Boddicker      	Boggess        	Bradley        	Brammer       
	Brand          	Branstad       	Brauns         	Brunkhorst    
	Burnett        	Carroll        	Cataldo  	Churchill  	Cohoon   
     	Connors        	Coon           	Corbett, Spkr.	Cormack    
   	Daggett        	Dinkla         	Disney         	Doderer     
  	Drake          	Drees          	Eddie          		Ertl        
  	Fallon         	Garman         	Gipp           		Greig       
  	Greiner 	Gries          	Grubbs	Grundberg	Hahn          
	Halvorson      	Hammitt Barry
 	Hanson         	Harper         	Harrison       	Heaton        
	Holveck        	Houser         	Hurley  	Huseman        	Jacobs
        	Jochum         	Klemme         	Koenigs       
		Kreiman        	Kremer         	Lamberti       	Larkin        
		Larson         	Lord           	Main           	Martin        
	Mascher 	May            	McCoy          	Mertz         
		Metcalf  	Meyer          	Millage        	Moreland      
	Mundie         	Murphy         	Myers	Nelson, B.      	Nelson,
L.       	Nutt           	O'Brien        	Ollie         
	Osterhaus      	Rants          	Renken         	Salton        
	Schrader       	Schulte        	Shoultz        	Siegrist       
      		Taylor         	Teig           	Thomson        	Tyrrell 
      		Van Fossen 	Van Maanen     	Vande Hoef     	Veenstra    
  	Warnstadt      	Weidman        	Weigel         	Welter       
 		Wise           	Witt           	Sukup, 
 		  Presiding
The nays were, none.
Absent or not voting, 1:
Bernau         	      	    
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared
to have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
IMMEDIATE MESSAGES
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent
that the following bills be immediately messaged to the Senate: 
House Files 2107 and 2177.
Speaker pro tempore Van Maanen of Marion in the chair at 9:03
a.m.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Leave of absence was granted as follows:
Bernau of Story, until his arrival, on request of Brand of
Benton.
Ways and Means Calendar
House File 2165, a bill for an act relating to industrial
machinery, computers and equipment for purposes of sales
taxation and property taxation and providing an effective date
and applicability date, was taken up for consideration.
Nelson of Pottawattamie offered amendment H-5065 filed by her as
follows:
H-5065

 1     Amend House File 2165 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 1, line 17, by striking the words
 3   "financial institution" and inserting the following:
 4   "professional corporation, financial institution,".
 5     2.  Page 1, by inserting after line 32 the
 6   following:
 7     "(4)  "Professional corporation" means a
 8   professional corporation organized or operating under
 9   chapter 496C or a foreign professional corporation
10   organized under laws other than the laws of this
11   state."
Rants of Woodbury rose on a point of order that amendmentH-5065
was not germane.
The Speaker ruled the point well taken and amendment H-5065 not
germane.
Nelson of Pottawattamie moved to suspend the rules to consider
amendment H-5065.
Roll call was requested by Nelson of Pottawattamie and Schrader
of Marion.
On the question "Shall the rules be suspended to consider
amendment H-5065?" (H.F. 2165)
The ayes were, 36:

Baker          	Brammer        	Brand          	Burnett       
		Cataldo	Cohoon         	Connors        	Doderer        		Drees
         	Fallon         	Harper         	Holveck       
		Jochum         	Koenigs        	Kreiman        	Larkin        
	Mascher        	May            	McCoy          	Mertz         
		Moreland       	Mundie         	Murphy         	Myers         
		Nelson, B.      	Nelson, L.       	O'Brien        	Ollie      
   	Osterhaus      	Schrader       	Shoultz        	Taylor      
  	Warnstadt      	Weigel         	Wise           	Witt         

The nays were, 59:

Arnold         	Bell           	Blodgett       	Boddicker     
	Boggess        	Bradley        	Branstad       	Brauns        
	Brunkhorst     	Churchill      	Coon           	Corbett,
Spkr.	Cormack        	Daggett        	Dinkla         	Disney    
    		Drake          	Eddie          	Ertl           	Garman 
		Gipp           	Greig          	Greiner        	Gries         
	Grubbs         	Grundberg      	Hahn           	Halvorson     
	Hammitt Barry  	Hanson         	Harrison       	Heaton        
	Houser         	Huseman        	Jacobs         	Klemme
         		Kremer         	Larson         	Lord           	Main 
         		Martin         	Metcalf        	Meyer         
	Millage        		Nutt           	Rants          	Renken        
	Salton         	Schulte        	Siegrist       	Sukup         
	Teig           		Tyrrell        	Van Fossen         	Vande Hoef
    	Veenstra       	Weidman        	Welter         	Van Maanen, 
 		  Presiding
Absent or not voting, 5:

Bernau         	Carroll        	Hurley         	Lamberti      
		Thomson        	
The motion to suspend the rules lost.
The House stood at ease at 9:16 a.m., until the fall of the
gavel.

The House resumed session at 9:52 a.m., Speaker pro tempore Van
Maanen of Marion in the chair.
Larson of Linn offered amendment H-5066 filed by him as follows:

H-5066

 1     Amend House File 2165 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 4, line 5, by inserting after the figure
 3   "4" the following:  "unless the municipality elects
to
 4   proceed under subsection 5".
 5     2.  Page 5, by striking lines 7 through 18 and
 6   inserting the following:
 7     "NEW SUBSECTION.  5.  In lieu of making a claim for
 8   replacement moneys under the allocation provisions of
 9   subsection 4 for any applicable fiscal year, a
10   municipality may elect to reduce the amount of
11   assessed value of property defined in section 403.19,
12   subsection 1, by an amount equal to that portion of
13   the amount of such assessed value which is assessed
14   pursuant to section 427B.17, subsection 3.  The
15   applicable assessment roll and ordinance providing for
16   the division of taxes under section 403.19 in the
17   urban renewal taxing district shall be deemed to be
18   modified to the extent of such annual adjustment
19   without further action on the part of the city or
20   county implementing the urban renewal taxing
21   district."
22     3.  Page 5, by inserting after line 27 the
23   following:
24     "Sec. ___.  NEW SECTION.  427B.19D  APPEAL FOR
25   STATE ASSISTANCE.
26     For fiscal years beginning on or after July 1,
27   1996, a municipality in which is located an urban
28   renewal district for which debt was incurred prior to
29   June 30, 1996, may appeal to the state appeal board
30   for state assistance to meet the debt obligations for
31   the fiscal year if such debt is not secured by an
32   assessment agreement pursuant to section 403.6,
33   subsection 19, and if the urban renewal area contains
34   property assessed pursuant to section 427B.17.  The
35   appeal shall be made by May 15 preceding the fiscal
36   year on forms approved by the department of
37   management."
38     4.  By renumbering as necessary.
Larson of Linn offered the following amendment H-5069, to
amendment H-5066, filed by him and moved its adoption.

H-5069

 1     Amend the amendment, H_5066, to House File 2165 as
 2   follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, by striking lines 7 through 9 and
 4   inserting the following:
 5     "NEW SUBSECTION.  5.  A".
 6     2.  Page 1, lines 13 and 14, by striking the words
 7   "is assessed pursuant to" and inserting the following:
 8   "was phased out for the fiscal year by operation of".
 9     3.  Page 1, by striking line 18 and inserting the
10   following:  "modified for that fiscal year only to the
11   extent of such adjustment".
12     4.  Page 1, line 30, by striking the word "the"
13   and inserting the following:  "such".
Amendment H-5069 was adopted.
Schrader of Marion rose on a point of order that amendment
H-5066, as amended,  was not germane.
The Speaker ruled the point well taken and amendment H-5066, as
amended,  not germane.
Larson of Linn moved to suspend the rules to consider amendment
H-5066, as amended.
Roll call was requested by Siegrist of Pottawattamie and Rants
of Woodbury.
On the question "Shall the rules be suspended to consider
amendment H-5066, as amended?" (H.F. 2165)
The ayes were, 64:

Arnold         	Bell           	Blodgett       	Boddicker     
	Boggess        	Bradley        	Branstad       	Brauns        
	Brunkhorst     	Carroll        	Churchill      	Coon          
		Corbett, Spkr.        	Cormack        	Daggett        	Dinkla 
       		Disney         	Drake          	Eddie          	Ertl 
          		Garman         	Gipp           	Greig         
	Greiner        		Gries          	Grubbs  	Grundberg      	Hahn 
         		Halvorson 	Hammitt Barry  	Hanson         	Harrison  
    	Heaton         	Houser         	Hurley         	Huseman    
   	Jacobs         	Klemme         	Kremer         	Lamberti    
  		Larson         	Lord           	Main           	Martin      
  		Metcalf        	Meyer          	Millage        	Nelson, B.  
   	Nutt           	Rants          	Renken         	Salton      
  	Schulte        	Siegrist       	Sukup          	Teig         
 		Thomson        	Tyrrell        	Van Fossen         	Vande
Hoef     	Veenstra       	Weidman        	Welter         	Van
Maanen, 				  Presiding
The nays were, 36:

Baker          	Bernau         	Brammer        	Brand         
		Burnett        	Cataldo        	Cohoon         	Connors       
	Doderer        	Drees          	Fallon         	Harper        
	Holveck        	Jochum         	Koenigs        	Kreiman       
		Larkin         	Mascher        	May            	McCoy         
		Mertz          	Moreland	Mundie         	Murphy        
		Myers          	Nelson, L.       	O'Brien        	Ollie       
  	Osterhaus      	Schrader       	Shoultz        	Taylor       
 	Warnstadt      	Weigel         	Wise           	Witt          

Absent or not voting, none.

The motion to suspend the rules prevailed.
Larson of Linn moved the adoption of amendment H-5066, as
amended.
Roll call was requested by Schrader of Marion and Kreiman of
Davis.
On the question "Shall amendment H-5066, as amended, be
adopted?" (H.F. 2165)
The ayes were, 98:

Arnold         	Baker          	Bell           	Bernau        
	Blodgett       	Boddicker      	Boggess        	Bradley       
	Brammer        	Brand          	Branstad       	Brauns        
	Brunkhorst     	Burnett        	Carroll        	Cataldo       
	Churchill      	Cohoon         	Connors        	Coon          
		Corbett, Spkr.        	Cormack        	Daggett        	Dinkla 
       		Disney         	Doderer        	Drake          	Drees  
       		Eddie          	Ertl           	Garman         	Gipp   
       		Greig          	Greiner        	Gries          	Grubbs 
     	Grundberg      	Hahn           	Halvorson      	Hammitt
Barry 	Hanson         	Harper         	Harrison       	Heaton   
     	Holveck        	Houser         	Hurley  	Huseman 
       	Jacobs         	Jochum         	Klemme         	Koenigs 
      		Kreiman	Kremer         	Lamberti       	Larkin        
		Larson         	Lord           	Main           	Martin        
	Mascher        	May            	McCoy          	Mertz         
		Metcalf        	Meyer          	Millage        	Moreland      
	Mundie         	Murphy         	Myers          	Nelson, B.     
	Nelson, L.       	Nutt           	O'Brien        	Ollie        
 	Osterhaus      	Rants          	Renken         	Salton        
	Schrader       	Schulte        	Siegrist       	Sukup         
		Taylor         	Teig           	Thomson	Tyrrell        		Van
Fossen         	Vande Hoef     	Veenstra       	Warnstadt     
	Weidman        	Weigel         	Welter  	Wise           		Witt 
         	Van Maanen, 
 	  Presiding
The nays were, 1:

Fallon         	
Absent or not voting, 1:

Shoultz        	        	       	
Amendment H-5066, as amended, was adopted.
Larson of Linn moved that the bill be read a last time now and
placed upon its passage which motion prevailed and the bill was
read a last time.
On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (H.F. 2165)
The ayes were, 95:

Arnold         	Baker          	Bell           	Bernau        
	Blodgett       	Boddicker      	Boggess        	Bradley       
	Brammer        	Brand          	Branstad       	Brauns        
	Brunkhorst     	Burnett        	Cataldo        	Churchill     
	Cohoon         	Connors        	Coon           	Corbett, Spkr. 
 	Cormack        	Daggett        	Dinkla         	Disney        
	Doderer        	Drake          	Drees          	Eddie         
		Ertl           	Fallon         	Garman         	Gipp          
		Greig          	Greiner        	Gries          	Grubbs        
		Hahn           	Hammitt Barry  	Hanson         	Harper        
		Harrison       	Heaton         	Holveck        	Houser        
		Hurley         	Huseman        	Jacobs         	Jochum        
	Klemme         	Koenigs        	Kreiman        	Kremer        
		Lamberti       	Larkin         	Larson         	Lord          
		Main           	Martin         	Mascher        	May           
	McCoy          	Mertz          	Metcalf        	Meyer         
		Millage        	Moreland       	Mundie         	Murphy        
		Myers          	Nelson, B.      	Nelson, L.       	Nutt
           	O'Brien        	Ollie          	Osterhaus     
	Rants          		Renken         	Salton         	Schrader      
	Schulte        	Shoultz        	Siegrist       	Sukup         
	Taylor         		Teig           	Thomson        	Van Fossen    
    	Vande Hoef     	Veenstra       	Warnstadt      	Weidman    
   	Welter         		Wise           	Witt           	Van Maanen,
					  Presiding
The nays were, none.
Absent or not voting, 5:

Carroll        	Grundberg      	Halvorson      	Tyrrell       
		Weigel         	
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared
to have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
Rule 76 invoked: Under the provisions of Rule 76, conflict of
interest, the following refrained from voting: Carroll of
Poweshiek, Halvorson of Clayton, Tyrrell of Iowa and Weigel of
Chickasaw.
IMMEDIATE MESSAGE
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent
that House File 2165 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie the House was recessed at
10:12 a.m., until 1:00 p.m.

AFTERNOON SESSION
The House reconvened at 1:07 p.m., Speaker Corbett in the chair.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Leave of absence was granted as follows:
Cataldo of Polk, until his arrival, on request of Schrader of
Marion.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS
House File 2209, by committee on judiciary, a bill for an
act requiring sex offender registry checks involving persons
associated with the care of children.
Read first time and placed on the calendar.
House File 2210, by committee on agriculture, a bill for an
act eliminating the requirement to commence litigation involving
shipments of plants infested with gypsy moths, and providing an
effective date.
Read first time and placed on the calendar.
House File 2211, by committee on commerce-regulation, a bill
for an act relating to the percentage of the legal reserve of a
life insurance company which may be invested in certain
corporate obligations.
Read first time and placed on the calendar.
House File 2212, by committee on commerce-regulation, a bill
for an act relating to the appointment of the director of the
department of commerce.
Read first time and placed on the calendar.

CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
Regular Calendar
House File 2144, a bill for an act relating to the payment by
third parties of physician assistants and advanced registered
nurse practitioners, was taken up for consideration.
Metcalf of Polk offered amendment H-5064 filed by her as follows:

H-5064

 1     Amend House File 2144 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 1, by striking lines 20 and 21 and
 3   inserting the following:  "advanced registered nurse
 4   practitioner.  A policy or".
The House stood at ease at 1:14 p.m., until the fall of the
gavel.
The House resumed session at  2:15 p.m., Gipp of Winneshiek in
the chair.
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent
that House File 2144 be deferred and that the bill be placed on
the unfinished business calendar.
(Amendment H-5064 pending)
House File 2152, a bill for an act 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, was taken up for consideration.
Churchill of Polk moved that the bill be read a last time now
and placed upon its passage which motion prevailed and the bill
was read a last time.
On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (H.F. 2152)
The ayes were, 100:

Arnold         	Baker          	Bell           	Bernau        
	Blodgett       	Boddicker 	Boggess        	Bradley       
	Brammer        	Brand          	Branstad       	Brauns        
	Brunkhorst     	Burnett        	Carroll        	Cataldo       
	Churchill      	Cohoon         	Connors        	Coon          
		Corbett, Spkr.        	Cormack        	Daggett        	Dinkla 
       		Disney         	Doderer        	Drake          	Drees  
       		Eddie          	Ertl           	Fallon                 
 	Garman		Greig          	Greiner        	Gries          	Grubbs
        	Grundberg      	Hahn           	Halvorson      	Hammitt
Barry 	Hanson         	Harper         	Harrison      
	Heaton	Holveck        	Houser         	Hurley         	Huseman 
      	Jacobs         	Jochum         	Klemme         	Koenigs  
     		Kreiman        	Kremer         	Lamberti       	Larkin   
     		Larson         	Lord           	Main           	Martin   
     	Mascher        	May            	McCoy          	Mertz     
    		Metcalf        	Meyer          	Millage        	Moreland  
    	Mundie         	Murphy	Myers          	Nelson, B.     
	Nelson, L.       	Nutt           	O'Brien        	Ollie        
 	Osterhaus      	Rants          	Renken         	Salton        
	Schrader	Schulte        	Shoultz        	Siegrist       	Sukup 
        	Taylor         	Teig           	Thomson        	Tyrrell
       	Van Fossen     	Van Maanen     	Vande Hoef     	Veenstra
      	Warnstadt      	Weidman        	Weigel         		Welter  
      	Wise           	Witt           	Gipp, 
 			  Presiding
The nays were, none.
Absent or not voting, none.
 The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared
to have passed the House and the title was agreed to.

IMMEDIATE MESSAGE
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent
that House File 2152 be immediately messaged to the Senate.


HOUSE FILE 2198 REREFERRED
The Speaker announced that House File 2198, previously referred
to committee on state government, was rereferred to committee on
local government. 
EXPLANATIONS OF VOTE
I was necessarily absent from the House chamber on Tuesday
morning, February 13, 1996. Had I been present, I would have
voted "aye" on House File 2104.
GIPP of Winneshiek
I was necessarily absent from the House chamber on February 13,
1996. Had I been present, I would have voted "aye" on House File
2104.
VEENSTRA of Sioux
COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED
The following communication was received and filed in the office
of the Chief Clerk:

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
Division of Medical Services
A report on the Payment Options for Pharmacy Pay and Chase
Systems, pursuant to Chapter 205.25(8), 1995 Acts of the
Seventy-sixth General Assembly.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
A report on crimes against children, multidisciplinary
intervention and protection teams, pursuant to Chapter 147.7,
1995 Acts of the Seventy-sixth General Assembly.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
The Annual Report for Rural Health and Primary Care, pursuant to
Chapter 1168, 1994 Acts of the Seventy-fifth General Assembly.
CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION
MR. SPEAKER: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports
that certificates of recognition have been issued as follows.
ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON
Chief Clerk of the House      
1996\89	Lottie Peterson, Missouri Valley - For celebrating her
Eightieth birthday.
1996\90	Vern Schwendemann, Ft. Dodge - For celebrating his One
hundredth birthday.
1996\91	Michelle and Kendal Martin, Somers - For being named one
of the Iowa Soybean Association's Outstanding Young Leaders for
1996.
1996\92	Eleanora Alt Wilson-Mack, Council Bluffs - For
celebrating her Eightieth birthday.
1996\93	Wanda and Wayne Leaders, Council Bluffs - For
celebrating their Fiftieth wedding anniversary.
1996\94	Jane and Lawrence Hale, Council Bluffs - For celebrating
their Fiftieth wedding anniversary.
1996\95	Mary and Thomas Scarpello, Council Bluffs - For
celebrating their Fiftieth wedding anniversary.
    SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
House File 2157
Education: Grundberg, Chair; Baker and Grubbs.
House File 2178
Education: Daggett, Chair; Brunkhorst and Kreiman.
House File 2185
Education: Grundberg, Chair; Baker and Daggett.
House File 2188
State Government: Gipp, Chair; Connors and Jacobs. 
  HOUSE STUDY BILLS SUBCOMMITTEES ASSIGNMENTS
House Study Bill 569
Environmental Protection: Van Fossen, Chair; Burnett and Drake.
House Study Bill 570
Environmental Protection: Meyer, Chair; Hahn and Mascher.
House Study Bill 571
Environmental Protection: Boggess, Chair; Bradley and Drees.
House Study Bill 572
Environmental Protection: Witt, Chair; Greiner, Holveck, Rants
and Vande Hoef.
House Study Bill 622
Local Government: Huseman, Chair; Hanson and Myers.
House Study Bill 623
Local Government: Klemme, Chair; Carroll and Larkin.
House Study Bill 624
Local Government: Klemme, Chair; Carroll and Larkin.
House Study Bill 626
 Human Resources: Salton, Chair; Burnett, Lord, Murphy and
Veenstra.
House Study Bill 627
Local Government: Carroll, Chair; Drees and Houser.
House Study Bill 628
Commerce-Regulation: Halvorson, Chair; McCoy and Renken.
House Study Bill 629
Commerce-Regulation: Doderer, Chair; Halvorson and Metcalf.
House Study Bill 630
Commerce-Regulation: Nutt, Chair; Holveck and Renken.
HOUSE STUDY BILL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
H.S.B. 631  Natural Resources
Concerning mining by applying the criterion for the reclamation
of mine sites, by redefining operator and mining operations, by
amending the hearing procedures, by providing for administrative
actions and the assessments of penalties by the division of soil
conservation for noncompliance, and establishing additional
penalties.
H.S.B. 632 Judiciary
Relating to marriage and divorce and providing for a tax credit
for premarital counseling.
H.S.B. 633 Commerce-Regulation
Relating to voting, the distribution of earnings, and the bylaws
of a cooperative association.
H.S.B. 634 Commerce-Regulation
Relating to disclosure requirements under the federal Community
Reinvestment Act with respect to the eligibility of a financial
institution to receive state public funds.
H.S.B. 635 Transportation
Relating to motor vehicle dimensional and weight requirements
and certificates of title for commercial vehicles.
H.S.B. 636 Transportation
Requiring the state department of transportation to lease
certain vehicles.
H.S.B. 637 Transportation
Relating to repair of out-of-state commercial vehicles and
providing an immediate effective date.
H.S.B. 638 Technology
Relating to the Iowa communications network by making
appropriations, providing for the connection and support of a
Part III user,
 directing the commission to establish a range of civil
penalties, providing  for related matters, and providing an
effective date.
H.S.B. 639 Commerce-Regulation
Relating to entities and subject matter under the regulatory
authority of the division of insurance, including prearranged
funeral contracts, cemeteries, and business opportunities, and
establishing fees.
H.S.B. 640 Commerce-Regulation
Relating to the regulation of insurance companies for purposes
of solvency and establishing a measure for the risk-based
capital of an insurer, and providing penalties.
H.S.B. 641 Local Government
Relating to the financial procedures of counties, cities, and
drainage districts, by amending the powers and duties of county
treasurers, by eliminating the filing of late claims for
property credits, by striking personal property tax credits of
military veterans, by striking outdated property tax
limitations, by providing for properly related matters, and by
providing an applicability date.
H.S.B. 642 Technology
Relating to the Iowa communications network by increasing the
membership of the commission, providing authority to enter into
lease-purchase agreements, restricting the use of the network,
and requiring financial disclosure of Iowa telecommunications
and technology commission members.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
MR. SPEAKER: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports
that the following committee recommendation has been received
and is on file in the office of the Chief Clerk.
ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON
Chief Clerk of the House
COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 533), eliminating the
requirement to commence litigation involving shipments of plants
infested with gypsy moths, and providing an effective date.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE-REGULATION
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 542), relating to
certain franchise agreements by amending provisions relating to
the definition of a franchise,
 and applicability, transfer, encroachment, termination,
nonrenewal, repurchase of assets, independent sourcing, and
enforcement.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 547), relating to
unemployment insurance benefits by providing for employer
contributions and liability for benefits regarding successor
employers.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 550), relating to the
duties of the department of inspections and appeals concerning
the administration of certain health care statutes and the
conducting of audits.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 13, 1996.  
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 551), relating to the
appointment of the director of the department of commerce.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 603), relating to the
percentage of the legal reserve of a life insurance company
which may be invested in certain corporate obligations.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
House File 2042, a bill for an act relating to urban
revitalization tax exemption for residential and commercial
property.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Pursuant to Rule 31.7, House File 2042 was referred to the
committee on ways and means.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 563), relating to
exempting certain nonresident aliens from land ownership
restrictions.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 13, 1996. 
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
Committee Bill (Formerly House File 2029), relating to the
transfer of the duties and responsibilities of the college
student aid commission, and the governance
 of the community colleges, to the state board of regents, and
providing for related matters.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 13, 1996. 
COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
House File 2003, a bill for an act relating to the definition of
criminal trespass in nonmeandered, navigable streams.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
 House File 2109, a bill for an act relating to nonconsensual
termination of or serious injury to a pregnancy and providing
penalties.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Senate File 2066, a bill for an act relating to assisted suicide
and providing criminal penalties.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Committee Bill (Formerly House File 2147), requiring sex
offender registry checks involving child day care, foster care,
and adoptions.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 8, 1996.
COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
House File 308, a bill for an act relating to the election of
workers' compensation coverage by a limited liability company
member.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass February 13, 1996.
COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENT
Senate File 2071, a bill for an act creating an advisory
commission on intergovernmental relations, specifying its
membership and its powers and duties, providing for other
properly related matters, and providing an effective date.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
Senate File 2072, a bill for an act relating to implements of
husbandry by providing for machinery towed by a motor vehicle or
farm tractor, and providing an effective date.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 606), relating to
motorcycle rider education and providing an effective date.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Do Pass February 13, 1996.
RESOLUTION FILED
HCR 111, by Larson, Renken, Weidman, Drake, Myers, Vande Hoef,
Garman, Van Fossen, Sukup, Thomson, Warnstadt, Tyrrell, Kremer,
Heaton, Bradley, Churchill, Siegrist, Halvorson, Schulte, Rants,
Teig, Lamberti, Hammitt Barry, Arnold, Gries, Daggett, Baker,
Dinkla and Nutt, a concurrent resolution supporting Iowa
military personnel in the Bosnian peacekeeping mission.
Laid over under Rule 25.
AMENDMENTS FILED

H_5071   	H.F.   	308   	Committee on Labor- 				 	  Industrial
Relations
H_5072	H.F.	523	Coon of Warren
H_5073	H.F.	2109	Committee on Judiciary
On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie, the House adjourned at
2:27 p.m., until 8:45 a.m., Thursday, February 15, 1996.

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