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SIXTY-SIXTH CALENDAR DAY THIRTY-NINTH SESSION DAY Senate Chamber Des Moines, Iowa, Wednesday, March 19, 1997 The Senate met in regular session at 9:06 a.m., President Kramer presiding. Prayers were offered by Senate Doorkeeper George Finkenauer for E.A. (Sam) Samuelson, Senate Doorkeeper, who is undergoing open heart surgery today, and by Father Kopacek, pastor of Saint Mary's Catholic Church, Marshalltown, Iowa. The Journal of Tuesday, March 18, 1997, was approved. QUORUM CALL Senator Freeman requested a non record roll call to determine that a quorum was present. The vote revealed 50 present, none absent and a quorum present. BILL WITHDRAWN Senator Palmer asked and received unanimous consent that Senate File 136 be withdrawn from further consideration of the Senate. CONSIDERATION OF BILL (Regular Calendar) Senate File 473 On motion of Senator Rensink, Senate File 473, a bill for an act requiring owners of agricultural drainage wells to prevent surface water intake into the wells, providing for the closure of certain wells 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 699 and the construction of alternative drainage systems, providing state assistance for closing agricultural drainage wells, prohibiting the construction and use of certain structures located in agricultural drainage well areas, providing for the assessment and collection of certain drainage district expenses, providing penalties, and providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration. Senator Iverson offered amendment S-3143 filed by him on March 17, 1997, to page 2 of the bill and moved its adoption. A record roll call was requested. On the question "Shall amendment S-3143 be adopted?" (S.F. 473) the vote was: Rule 23, requiring all Senators present to vote except those who express a conflict of interest, was invoked. Ayes, 37: Angelo Bartz Black, D. Boettger Borlaug Connolly Dearden Deluhery Drake Dvorsky Fink Flynn Fraise Freeman Gettings Gronstal Halvorson Hammond Hansen Horn Iverson Jensen Judge Kibbie Kramer Lundby McCoy McKean Neuhauser Palmer Redfern Redwine Rittmer Schuerer Szymoniak Tinsman Vilsack Nays, 13: Behn Black, J. Douglas Hedge King Lind Maddox McKibben McLaren Rehberg Rensink Rife Zieman Amendment S-3143 was adopted. Senator Rensink offered amendment S-3144 filed by him on March 17, 1997, to page 3 of the bill and moved its adoption. Amendment S-3144 was adopted by a voice vote. 700 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day Senator Black of Kossuth offered amendment S-3169 filed by him from the floor to pages 4 and 7 of the bill. Senator Rensink raised the point of order that amendment S-3169 was not germane to the bill. The Chair ruled the point well taken and amendment S-3169 out of order. Senator Black of Kossuth offered amendment S-3170 filed by him from the floor to page 4 of the bill and moved its adoption. Amendment S-3170 lost by a voice vote. Senator Black of Kossuth offered amendment S-3171 filed by him from the floor to page 5 of the bill and moved its adoption. Amendment S-3171 was adopted by a voice vote. Senator Rensink 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. 473) the vote was: Ayes, 49: Angelo Bartz Behn Black, D. Black, J. Boettger Borlaug Connolly Dearden Deluhery Douglas Drake Dvorsky Fink Flynn Fraise Freeman Gettings Gronstal Halvorson Hammond Hansen Hedge Horn Iverson Jensen Judge Kibbie King Kramer Lind Lundby Maddox McCoy McKean McKibben McLaren Neuhauser Palmer Redfern Redwine Rehberg Rensink Rittmer Schuerer Szymoniak Tinsman Vilsack Zieman Nays, none. 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 701 Absent or not voting, 1: Rife The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to. Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that Senate File 473 be immediately messaged to the House. BILL REFERRED TO COMMITTEE Senate Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that Senate File 475 be referred from the Regular Calendar to the committee on Ways and Means. HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the House: MADAM PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has on March 18, 1997, passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: House File 306, a bill for an act relating to the individual income tax by extending the special method of computation of tax for value- added S corporation shareholders to all S corporation shareholders and eliminating the refund limitation and including effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. This bill was read first time and passed on file. House File 334, a bill for an act relating to certain franchise agreements by establishing a duty of good faith, providing for alternative dispute resolution, providing for venue and choice of law, and repealing existing franchise provisions. This bill was read first time and passed on file. ALSO: That the House has on March 19, 1997, passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: 702 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day House File 646, a bill for an act relating to a study on responses to hazardous conditions by the director of transportation. This bill was read first time and passed on file. House File 653, a bill for an act relating to financial assurance requirements for waste tire collection and processing sites. This bill was read first time and passed on file. RECESS On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 10:35 a.m., until 2:00 p.m. 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 703 APPENDIX REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS EDUCATION Convened: March 18, 1997, 2:08 p.m. Members Present: Redfern, Chair; Rehberg, Vice Chair; Angelo, J. Black, Boettger, Fink, Kibbie, Neuhauser, Redwine, Rensink and Tinsman. Members Absent: Connolly, Ranking Member. Dvorsky, Lind and Szymoniak (all excused). Committee Business: Assigned bills to subcommittees. Adjourned: 2:11 p.m. ETHICS Convened: March 18, 1997, 4:50 p.m. Members Present: Hedge, Chair; Drake, Vice Chair; Gettings, Ranking Member; McKean, Neuhauser and Szymoniak. Members Absent: none. Committee Business: Committee meeting seeking an advisory opinion. Adjourned: 5:12 p.m. TRANSPORTATION Convened: March 18, 1997, 1:36 p.m. Members Present: Drake, Chair; Borlaug, Vice Chair; Connolly, Fraise, Freeman, Gettings, Halvorson, Jensen, Lind, McKibben and Rittmer. Members Absent: McCoy, Ranking Member and McKean (both excused). Committee Business: Assigned bills to subcommittees; recommended passage of House File 383; presentation by the DOT on House File 416. Adjourned: 2:20 p.m. APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON JUSTICE SYSTEM Convened: March 18, 1997, 7:50 a.m. Members Present: Maddox, Chair; Angelo, Vice Chair; Dvorsky, Ranking Member; Fraise and McKean. 704 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day Members Absent: none. Committee Business: Discussed intent language. Adjourned: 8:50 a.m. PRESENTATION OF VISITORS Senator Gronstal welcomed the Honorable Larry Murphy, former member of the Senate from Oelwein, who was present in the Senate chamber. The Chair welcomed the following visitors who were present in the Senate gallery: Fifty-three eleventh grade students from Underwood High School, Underwood, accompanied by Nick Benzing. Senator Boettger. Twenty members of the Class 3-A Mount Pleasant boys' basketball tournament team from Mount Pleasant High School. Senator Vilsack. SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Senate File 315 JUDICIARY: Boettger, Chair; Neuhauser and Redfern Senate File 383 HUMAN RESOURCES: Boettger, Chair; Dvorsky and Redwine Senate File 388 HUMAN RESOURCES: Boettger, Chair; Dearden and Tinsman Senate File 403 JUDICIARY: Maddox, Chair; Boettger, Hammond, Hansen and Tinsman Senate File 404 JUDICIARY: McKean, Chair; Angelo and Fraise Senate File 413 EDUCATION: J. Black, Chair; Fink and Redwine Senate File 414 JUDICIARY: McKean, Chair; Angelo and Fraise 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 705 Senate File 428 JUDICIARY: McKean, Chair; Boettger and Halvorson Senate File 439 SMALL BUSINESS & ECON. DEVELOP.: Redwine, Chair; Flynn and Lundby Senate File 440 NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENT: Rehberg, Chair; Angelo and Dvorsky Senate File 441 SMALL BUSINESS & ECON. DEVELOP.: King, Chair; McCoy and Redwine Senate File 446 SMALL BUSINESS & ECON. DEVELOP.: Schuerer, Chair; Hansen and Lind Senate File 452 EDUCATION: Redfern, Chair; J. Black and Dvorsky Senate File 499 JUDICIARY: Maddox, Chair; Boettger, Hammond, Hansen and Tinsman Senate File 504 JUDICIARY: McKean, Chair; Drake and Fraise Senate File 506 HUMAN RESOURCES: Redwine, Chair; J. Black and Szymoniak House File 265 JUDICIARY: Maddox, Chair; Boettger, Hammond, Hansen and Tinsman House File 308 JUDICIARY: Angelo, Chair; Hammond and Redfern House File 313 HUMAN RESOURCES: Szymoniak, Chair; Boettger and Tinsman House File 368 SMALL BUSINESS & ECON. DEVELOP.: Flynn, Chair; Boettger and Schuerer 706 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day House File 371 JUDICIARY: Tinsman, Chair; McKibben and Vilsack House File 384 JUDICIARY: King, Chair; Neuhauser and Tinsman House File 545 HUMAN RESOURCES: Hammond, Chair; Behn and Boettger GOVERNOR'S APPOINTEES The following appointments were submitted by the governor to the secretary of the senate for senate confirmation (all appointees are submitted as members unless otherwise specified): Mary J. Ackerman, Waverly; Ronald E. Nielsen, Waukee; and David A. Vaudt, Des Moines: Accountancy Examining Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Richard G. Moore, Des Moines, Administrator of the Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. Sylvia Tijerina, Des Moines, Administrator of the Division of Latino Affairs, 5-1- 97/pleasure of the governor. Timothy J. Galm, Everly, Agricultural Development Authority, 3-12-97/4-30-2000. Daryl K. Henze, Urbandale, Alcoholic Beverages Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2002. Glen D. Huntington, Storm Lake and Kevin W. Monson, Iowa City: Architectural Examining Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Margaret Susan Cigelman, Clive, Athletic Trainer Advisory Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Peggy C. Dunshee, Urbandale, and Dennis Ruffcorn, Missouri Valley: Board of Barber Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Dorothy A. Anderson, Urbandale; Thorald (Ted) E. Davidson, Des Moines; and Dr. Martin R. Edwards, Cedar Falls: Board of Behavioral Science Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30- 2000. Dr. Elizabeth C. Kressin, Spencer; Norma J. Papik, Blue Grass; and Dr. Valorie J. Prahl, Cedar Falls: Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Mildred E. Elliott, Mount Ayr, and Suellen Overton, Council Bluffs: Board of Corrections, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Michael F. Kronfeldt, Dubuque, and Curtis W. Stamp, Des Moines: Board of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 707 Elizabeth A. Colby-Plautz, Fort Dodge; Nancy S. LePeau, Iowa City, and Dr. LeRoy I. Strohman, Algona: Board of Dental Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Mary K. Carlson, Humboldt; Roger B. Linn, Correctionville, and Elvin R. Soll, Murray: Board of Dietetic Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Diane E. Palmer, West Des Moines, Board of Mortuary Science Examiners, 5-1-97/4- 30-2000. Nick Benzing, Neola; Judith J. Brueggeman, Harris; Martha J. Cumpton, Des Moines; Velma R. Huebner, Stanwood; Ann R. Shaw, Slater, and Dr. Thomas A. Sunderbruch, Davenport: Board of Educational Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Coral M. Jud, Knierim, Board for the Licensing and Regulation of Hearing Aid Dealers, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Dr. James D. Collins, Jr. Waterloo; Dr. Donna M. Norman, Bettendorf, and Laura J. Stensrud, Lake Mills: Board of Medical Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Daniel K. Danielson, Urbandale, and Nancy E. Knutstrom, Davenport: Board of Nursing Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Katherine J. Gillette, Des Moines; Dr. Richard F. Noyes, Marion, and Dr. Barbara A. Scheetz, West Des Moines: Board of Optometry Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Charles D. Hurley, Fayette, and Curtis S. Jenkins, West Des Moines: Board of Parole, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Katherine A. Linder, Manson, and Arlan D. Van Norman, Swea City: Board of Pharmacy Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. James E. Hughes, Cresco, and Alice B. Price, Knoxville: Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. As members of the Board of Physician Assistant Examiners: Diane M. Cardwell, Ames; William L. Connet, Des Moines, and Rita J. Taylor, Cedar Rapids, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Dr. James M. Cunningham, Audubon, 5-1-97/4-30-98. Lillian J. Madison, Independence, and Dr. Rickey P. Salocker, Fort Dodge: Board of Podiatry Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Dr. Janet S. McDonough, Des Moines, and Dr. Scott W. Shafer, Des Moines: Board of Psychology Examiners. 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Erlene VeVerka, Otley, Board of Social Work Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Julia A. Bebensee, West Des Moines; Gary N. Boeke, Cresco; and Dr. Clifford S. Vogen, Clive: Board of Speech Pathology and Audiology Examiners, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. 708 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day Susan M. Cosner, Des Moines, and Harley R. Hiemstra, Kingsley, City Development Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Robert J. Martin, Davenport, Commission for the Blind, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Harold B. Davis, Sioux City; Alyce M. Elmitt, Urbandale; and Clemmie Hightower, Clinton, Commission of Elder Affairs, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Barry D. Remington, Cedar Falls, Commission of Veterans Affairs, 2-26-97/4-30- 2000. Honorable Lois R. Kotz, Clear Lake, and Loren M. Wakefield, Waterloo: Commission on Community Action Agencies, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Elizabeth A. Mathis, Waterloo, and Arthur P. Silva, Sioux City: Commission on Judicial Qualifications, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Jack F. Purcell, Algona, Commission on the Deaf, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Dr. Dale J. Andringa, Mitchellville; Marcia J. Stark, West Des Moines, and F. Walter Tomenga, Johnston: Community Health Management Information System Governing Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. To the Council on Human Services: Albert G. Sorensen, Boone, 5-1-97/4-30-99. Ruth L. Mosher, West Des Moines, and Margaret P. Guhin, Bettendorf, 5-1-97/4-30- 2003. Judy R. Emmons, Nevada, and Sharon K. McCrabb, Manchester, County Finance Committee, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. John J. Bentler, Burlington; Tom N. Sarvis, Dubuque, and William G. Sizer, Waterloo: Credit Union Review Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Richard R. Phillips, Muscatine; David M. Roederer, Johnston, and Marvin L. Van Haaften, Pella: Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning Advisory Council, 2-10-97/4- 30-98. Sally Chandler Halford, Des Moines, Director of the Department of Corrections, 5-1- 97/pleasure of the governor. Kim D. Schmett, Des Moines, Director of the Department of Inspections and Appeals, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. Charles Palmer, Des Moines, Director of the Department of Human Services, 5-1- 97/pleasure of the governor. Darrel Rensink, Ames, Director of Transportation, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 709 Cynthia P. Eisenhauser, Ankeny, Director of Workforce Development, 5-1- 97/pleasure of governor. Chief Douglas W. Book, Forest City, and Rachelle L.K. Johnson, Grinnell: Drug Abuse Prevention and Education Advisory Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Charles W. Larson, Des Moines, Drug Enforcement and Abuse Prevention Coordinator, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. Susan M. Long, Fairfield, and Terry L. Martin, Des Moines: Engineering and Land Surveying Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. William A. Ehm, Creston; Randal J. Giannetto, Marshalltown; Rozanne E. King, Mondamin; Kathryn A. Murphy, LeMars; and Terrance G. Townsend, Newton: Environmental Protection Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. David W. Belin, Des Moines, and Mary E. Gesiriech, Johnston: First in the Nation in Education Foundation Governing Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Lee S. Miller, Cedar Falls, Health Facilities Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Iris J. Post, Des Moines, Industrial Commissioner, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Donald E. Snyder, Forest City, Investment Board of the IPERS, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Dr. Bruce W. Van Zee, Oakland, and Theresa A. Wallace, Des Moines: Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Jacklyn K. Van Ekeren, Des Moines, Iowa Comprehensive Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Fund Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Betty Jean (BJ) Furgerson, Waterloo; Charles E. Rohm, Clive, and Austin B. Turner, Corning: Iowa Council on Human Investment, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Julie J. Bulkeley, Red Oak; Frederick W. Hagemann, Waverly; Harris D. Honsey, Lake Mills; and William B. Trent, Jr., Muscatine: Iowa Economic Development Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Julie-Anita Ingoli, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Emergency Response Commission, 5-1-97/4- 30-2000. To the Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board: James A. Albert, Clive, and Gwendolyn M. Boeke, Cresco: 5-1-97/4-30-2003. K. Marie Thayer, Ankeny: 12-9-96/4-30-99. Kay A. Hagen Anderson, LeMars; Margaret D. Collison, Cumming, and Darlene M. Jeris, Clive: Iowa Finance Authority, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. John V. Hartung, Indianola, Iowa Higher Education Loan Authority, 5-1-97/4-30- 2003. 710 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day Jacqueline Day, Des Moines, and Thomas C. Lillquist, Forest City: Iowa Law Enforcement Academy Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Hugh M. Field, Waterloo; Carol A. Garrett, Bettendorf; and Doris A. Hansen, Sioux City: Iowa Seed Capital Corporation, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. To the Iowa State Civil Rights Commission: Blanca G. Flores, Muscatine, 2-10-97/4-30-99. Mohamad W. Khan, Pleasant Hill; Flora M. Lee, Sioux City; Jack L. Morlan, West Des Moines, and Robert L. Smith, Jr., Waterloo: 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Catherine S. Brown, Ames, and Monty D. Mitchell, Davenport: Landscape Architectural Examining Board: 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Mary Anne Anderson, Red Oak; Robert J. DeSmidt, Sioux City; Gary L. Gansemer, Dubuque; Clark A. Lane, Humboldt; Lannie L. Miller, West Bend; and Robert D. Walke, Guttenberg: Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Commission, 5-1- 97/4-30-2000. Joseph W. Hanrahan, Solon; Deanne K. Raley, Sergeant Bluff, and Terry A. Sweeney, Granger: Narcotics Enforcement Advisory Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Richard E. Garrels, Mount Pleasant, and Anthony L. Hough, Harlan: Natural Resources Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Dr. Alfred Healy, Iowa City; Georganna T. Hinrichsen, Ames, and Melva J. Urban, Newell: Prevention of Disabilities Policy Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Gary J. Johnson, Forest City; Nancy M. Larson, Urbandale; and Theresa H. Lewis, Des Moines: Real Estate Appraiser Examining Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Russell D. Nading, Marion, and Evelyn M. Rank, Clarinda: Real Estate Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. JoAnn M. Brincks, Carroll; David L. Holmes, Johnston; and Yvonne M. Wente, Waverly: Renewable Fuels and Coproducts Advisory Committee, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Michael A. Fesler, Danville; Max A. Phillips, Woodward, and Peggy J. Trevino, Fort Dodge: Small Business Advisory Council, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. To the State Board for Respiratory Care: William J. Motz, Sioux City, 2-10-97/4-30-98. Amy M. Love, Jefferson, and Dr. Gregory A. Hicklin, Des Moines, 2-10-97/4-30-99. William J. Niedert, Hudson, and Dorothy D. Warren. Ringsted: 2-10-97/4-30-2000. Wayne F. Drexler, Dyersville, School Budget Review Committee, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 711 Terry R. Cooper, Winterset; Horace C. Daggett, Creston; Gary A. Kirchhof, Cresco; Drucilla M. Straub, Des Moines; and William R. Thayer, Madrid: State Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Lisa E. Ahrens, Osage; David J. Fisher, West Des Moines; and Dr. Clarkson L. Kelly, Charles City: State Board of Regents, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Christopher A. Bjornstad, Okoboji, State Board of Tax Review, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Jerry R. Foxhoven, West Des Moines; Lil M. Perry, Washington; Stanley S. Wierson, Marion; and Kathryn M. Youberg, Sac City: State Citizen Foster Care Review Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Darlene E. Blake, Des Moines, and Donald L. Decker, Fort Dodge: State Judicial Nominating Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. William L. Wegman, Des Moines, State Public Defender, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. Bradley R. Peyton, Urbandale, and Harold W. White, Estherville: State Racing and Gaming Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2000. Russell L. Brandes, Hancock; Kenneth W. McNichols, Bondurant; and Dianne C. Thompson, Forest City: State Soil Conservation Committee, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Sister M. Catherine Dunn, Dubuque, and Ronald N. Langston, Des Moines: State Transportation Commission, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. Michael K. Guttau, Council Bluffs, Superintendent of Banking, 5-1-97/4-30-2001. James E. Forney, Polk City, Superintendent of Credit Unions, 5-1-97/pleasure of the governor. Jay D. Stewart, Polk City, Title Guaranty Division Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Emmit J. George, Jr., West Des Moines, Utilities Board, 5-1-97/4-30-2003. Allan T. Thoms, West Des Moines, member and Chairperson of the Utilities Board, 5-1-97/4-30-99. The appointments were referred to the committee on Rules and Administration. GOVERNOR'S DEFERRAL LETTERS The following letters from the governor were received in the office of the secretary of the senate on March 15, 1997: 712 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 2.32(4) 1997, the appointment for the Administrator of the Division of Deaf Services vacancy is being deferred because no appropriate candidate has been found for this position at this time. Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 2.32(4) 1997, the appointment for the Community Health Management Information System Governing Board vacancy is being deferred because no appropriate candidate has been found for this position at this time. Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 2.32(4) 1997, the appointment to the Community Health Management Information System Governing Board previously held by Kraig A. Boysen is being deferred because no appropriate candidate has been found for this position at this time. Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 2.32(4) 1997, the appointment for State Board of Education vacancy is being deferred because no appropriate candidate has been found for this position at this time. Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 2.32(4) 1997, the three positions on the Wallace Technology Transfer Foundation of Iowa are being deferred at this time as it my understanding that this board is no longer actively meeting. Sincerely, TERRY E. BRANSTAD Governor AMENDMENTS FILED S(3169 S. F. 473 James Black S(3170 S. F. 473 James Black S(3171 S. F. 473 James Black S(3172 S. F. 395 Jim Lind S(3173 S. F. 472 Tom Vilsack S(3174 S. F. 425 Kitty Rehberg 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 713 AFTERNOON SESSION The Senate reconvened at 4:45 p.m., President Kramer presiding. HOUSE MESSAGE RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED The following message was received from the Chief Clerk of the House: MADAM PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has on March 19, 1997, passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: House File 372, a bill for an act establishing a county issuance of motor vehicle licenses study and providing effective dates. This bill was read first time and passed on file. INTRODUCTION OF BILL Senate File 527, by committee on Commerce, a bill for an act relating to an alternative price regulation plan for certain local exchange carriers, providing for related matters, and providing an effective date. Read first time and placed on calendar. 714 JOURNAL OF THE SENATE 66th Day APPENDIX COMMITTEE REPORT COMMERCE Final Bill Action: *SENATE FILE 527 (SSB 160), a bill for an act relating to an alternative price regulation plan for certain local exchange carriers, providing for related matters, and providing an effective date. Recommendation: APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL. Final Vote: Ayes, 9: Jensen, Schuerer, Deluhery, Douglas, Flynn, Gronstal, Maddox, McCoy and Redfern. Nays, 6: Bartz, Hansen, King, Lundby, Palmer and Rife. Fiscal Note: NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17. *Pursuant to Senate Rule 40, the Legislative Service Bureau reported nonsubstantive changes to the members of the Commerce Committee on Senate File 527 and they were attached to the committee report. SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT Senate File 517 LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Connolly, Chair; Behn and J. Black BILLS ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE President Kramer announced the assignment of the following bills to committee: S. F. 524 Local Government H. F. 306 Ways and Means H. F. 334 Commerce H. F. 372 Transportation H. F. 514 Commerce H. F. 544 Human Resources H. F. 557 Commerce H. F. 646 Transportation H. F. 653 Natural Resources AMENDMENTS FILED S(3175 S. F. 472 John P. Kibbie S(3176 S. F. 472 Patty Judge 66th Day WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1997 715 S(3177 S. F. 472 Patty Judge S(3178 S. F. 472 Tom Vilsack S(3179 S. F. 472 Patty Judge S(3180 S. F. 472 Patty Judge S(3181 S. F. 519 John Jensen S(3182 S. F. 395 Robert E. Dvorsky Jack Rife Steven D. Hansen S(3183 S. F. 285 Robert E. Dvorsky ADJOURNMENT On motion of Senator Redfern, the Senate adjourned at 4:49 p.m., until 9:00 a.m., Thursday, March 20, 1997.
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