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House Journal: Page 1198: Thursday, April 2, 1998

Dotzler 	Drake 	Drees 	Eddie 
Falck 	Fallon	Foege 	Ford 
Frevert 	Garman 	Gipp 	Greig 
Greiner 	Gries 	Grundberg 	Hahn 
Hansen 	Heaton 	Holmes 	Holveck 
Houser 	Huseman 	Huser 	Jacobs 
Jenkins 	Jochum 	Kinzer 	Klemme 
Koenigs 	Kreiman 	Kremer 	Lamberti 
Larkin 	Larson 	Lord 	Martin 
Mascher 	May 	Mertz 	Metcalf 
Meyer 	Millage 	Moreland 	Mundie 
Murphy 	Myers 	Nelson 	O'Brien 
Osterhaus 	Rants 	Rayhons 	Reynolds-Knight 
Richardson 	Scherrman 	Schrader 	Shoultz 
Siegrist 	Sukup 	Taylor	Teig 
Thomas 	Thomson 	Tyrrell 	Van Fossen 
Van Maanen 	Vande Hoef 	Veenstra 	Warnstadt 
Weidman 	Weigel 	Welter 	Whitead 
Wise 	Witt 	Mr. Speaker

The nays were, none.

Absent or not voting, 1:


The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared
to have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent
that Senate File 2201 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
Ways and Means Calendar
House File 2513, a bill for an act relating to the individual
income tax by eliminating the taxation of certain capital gains
and providing special treatment of gains from the sales of
businesses to descendants, increasing the amount of pension
income excluded, increasing certain personal exemption tax
credits, and increasing and expanding the tuition and textbook
tax credit, exempting sales and services to certain nonprofit
hospitals from the sales, services, and use taxes, and relating
to the income eligibility requirements for the homestead
property tax credit, mobile home tax credit, or reimbursement
for rent constituting property taxes paid, and including
effective and prospective and retroactive applicability date
provisions, was taken up for consideration.
The House stood at ease at 10:30 a.m., until the fall of the

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