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House Journal: Wednesday, April 21, 1999

One Hundred First Calendar Day - Sixty-third Session Day

Hall of the House of Representatives
Des Moines, Iowa, Wednesday, April 21, 1999
The House met pursuant to adjournment at 8:50 a.m., Speaker pro 
tempore Rants in the chair.
Prayer was offered by Reverend H.D. Mitchell, pastor of Trinity 
United Methodist Church, Huxley. 
The Journal of Tuesday, April 20, 1999 was approved.
PETITIONS FILED
The following petitions were received and placed on file:
By Boddicker of Cedar, from sixty-five constituents favoring a fuel 
quality standard for Iowa.
By Falck of Fayette, from twenty-six constituents from the 28th 
district favoring a fuel quality standard for Iowa.
By Heaton of Henry, from forty constituents favoring a fuel quality 
standard for Iowa.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Leave of absence was granted as follows:
Boal of Polk on request of Siegrist of Pottawattamie. 
SPECIAL PRESENTATION
Jacobs of Polk presented to the House Dr. Les Omotani, 
Superintendent of West Des Moines Schools; Dr. Phyllis Staplin, 
Curriculum Director; Dr. Robert Brooks, Principal, Valley High 
School; Phil Peters, Chair Music Department; and students Scott 
Olson, representing Vocal Music; Clarissa Henry representing the 
Band and Ken Jarvis representing the Orchestra.  They were 

presented a certificate recognizing their Grammy Signature Award.
The House rose and expressed its welcome.
The House stood at ease at 9:00 a.m., until the fall of the gavel.
The House resumed session at 11:00 a.m., Speaker Corbett in the 
chair.
QUORUM CALL
A non-record roll call was requested to determine that a quorum 
was present.  The vote revealed fifty-eight members present, forty-
two absent.
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE
The following messages were received from the Senate:
Mr. Speaker: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Senate has on 
April 21, 1999, amended and passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the 
House is asked:
House File 218, a bill for an act creating a loess hills preservation and development 
alliance, providing for its responsibilities, and providing for other properly related 
matters.
Also: That the Senate has on April 21, 1999, passed the following bill in which the 
concurrence of the Senate was asked:
House File 689, a bill for an act relating to a proposal by the department of cultural 
affairs concerning the establishment of an Iowa freedom trail program.
MICHAEL E. MARSHALL, Secretary
CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
Unfinished Business Calendar
House File 447, a bill for an act relating to pipelines, interstate 
natural gas pipelines, and hazardous liquid pipelines, and the 
restoration of agricultural lands, making penalties applicable, and 
providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration.
SENATE FILE 160 SUBSTITUTED FOR HOUSE FILE 447

Dix of Butler asked and received unanimous consent to substitute 
Senate File 160 for House File 447.
Senate File 160, a bill for an act relating to pipelines, interstate 
natural gas pipelines, and hazardous liquid pipelines, and the 
restoration of agricultural lands, making penalties applicable, and 
providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration.
Dix of Butler 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?" (S.F. 160)
	The ayes were, 95:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck
Dotzler	Drake	Drees	Eddie
Falck	Foege	Frevert	Garman
Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn
Hansen	Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Huser
Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins	Jochum
Johnson	Kettering	Klemme	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Larson	Lord
Martin	Mascher	May	Mertz
Metcalf	Millage	Mundie	Murphy
Myers	Nelson	O'Brien	Osterhaus
Parmenter	Raecker	Rants	Rayhons
Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman	Shoultz
Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup	Sunderbruch
Taylor	Teig	Thomas	Thomson
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Warnstadt
Weidman	Weigel	Welter	Whitead
Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
			  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
		Absent or not voting, 5:

Boal	Fallon	Ford	Heaton
Schrader	
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
HOUSE FILE 447 WITHDRAWN 
Dix of Butler asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw 
House File 447 from further consideration by the House.
Senate File 323, a bill for an act relating to the use of 
professional designations by audiologists and speech pathologists, 
with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up for 
consideration.
Davis of Wapello 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?" (S.F. 323)
	The ayes were, 95:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck
Dotzler	Drake	Drees	Eddie
Falck	Foege	Frevert	Garman
Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn
Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman	Holmes
Holveck	Horbach	Houser	Huseman
Huser	Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins
Jochum	Johnson	Kettering	Klemme
Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin	Larson
Lord	Martin	Mascher	May
Mertz	Metcalf	Millage	Mundie
Murphy	Myers	Nelson	O'Brien
Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker	Rants
Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman
Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup	Sunderbruch
Taylor	Teig	Thomas	Thomson^
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Warnstadt
Weidman	Weigel	Welter	Whitead
Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
			  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
	Absent or not voting, 5:
Boal	Fallon	Ford	Schrader
Shoultz	
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: 
Senate Files 160 and 323.
SENATE AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED
Rants of Woodbury called up for consideration House File 448, a 
bill for an act prohibiting the transmission of electronic mail which 
includes advertisements in certain circumstances and providing for 
monetary damages, criminal penalties, and other remedies, amended 
by the Senate, and moved that the House concur in the following 
Senate amendment H-1720:
H-1720
 1     Amend House File 448, as amended, passed, and
 2   reprinted by the House, as follows:
 3     1.  By striking everything after the enacting
 4   clause and inserting the following:
 5     "Section 1. NEW SECTION.  714D.1  RESTRICTIONS ON
 6   USE OF ELECTRONIC MAIL - DAMAGES - EXCEPTIONS.
 7     1.  DEFINITIONS.  For purposes of this section,
 8   unless the context otherwise requires:
 9     a.  "Advertisement" means an electronic mail
10   message sent to a computer for the purpose of
11   promoting real property, goods, or services for sale,
12   lease, barter, or auction.
13     b.  "Computer" means an electronic device that
14   performs logical, arithmetical, and memory functions
15   by manipulations of electronic or magnetic impulses,
16   and includes all input, output, processing, storage,

17   and communication facilities which are connected or
18   related to the computer, including a computer network.
19   As used in this paragraph, "computer" includes any
20   central processing unit, front-end processing unit,
21   miniprocessor, or microprocessor, and related
22   peripheral equipment such as data storage devices,
23   document scanners, data entry terminal controllers,
24   and data terminal equipment and systems for computer
25   networks.
26     c.  "Computer network" means a set of related,
27   remotely connected devices and communication
28   facilities, including two or more computers with
29   capability to transmit data among them through
30   communication facilities.
31     d.  "Electronic mail" means an electronic message,
32   file, data, or other electronic information that is
33   transmitted using an internet or intranet computer
34   network to one or more persons.
35     e.  "Interactive computer service" means an
36   information service, system, or access software
37   provider that provides or enables computer access by
38   multiple users to a computer server, including
39   specifically a service or system that provides access
40   to the internet, and such systems operated or services
41   offered by a library or an educational institution.
42     f.  "Internet domain name" means a globally unique,
43   hierarchical reference to an internet host or service,
44   assigned through a centralized internet naming
45   authority, comprising a series of character strings
46   separated by periods, with the right-most string
47   specifying the top of the hierarchy.
48     g.  "Recipient" means a person who receives
49   electronic mail.
50     2.  PROHIBITED ACTS.  It is unlawful for a person
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 1   to use an interactive computer service to initiate the
 2   sending of bulk electronic mail that the sender knows,
 3   or has reason to know, violates any of the following:
 4     a.  Uses the name of a third party in the return
 5   address field without permission of the third party.
 6     b.  Misrepresents any information in identifying
 7   the point of origin of the transmission path of the
 8   electronic mail.
 9     c.  Does not contain information identifying the
10   point of origin or the transmission path of the
11   electronic mail message.
12     d.  With respect to an unsolicited advertisement,
13   does not, at a minimum, provide an electronic mail
14   address readily identifiable in the advertisement to
15   which the recipient may send a request for declining

16   such electronic mail.
17     e.  Demonstrates a pattern of sending unsolicited
18   advertisements to a recipient who has sent the person
19   a request for declining such electronic mail following
20   a reasonable time, which in no event shall be more
21   than five business days, after the receipt by the
22   person of such request.
23     3.  CIVIL DAMAGES.
24     a.  (1)  Except as provided in paragraph "b", a
25   person who is injured in person or property as a
26   result of a violation of this section may bring an
27   action to recover damages.  Such damages shall
28   include, but are not limited to, actual damages
29   including lost profits.
30     (2)  Notwithstanding subparagraph (1), a person who
31   transmits or causes to be transmitted electronic mail
32   in violation of subsection 2 is liable to the
33   recipient of the electronic mail for monetary damages
34   in an amount equal to any actual damages, including
35   lost profits, caused by such transmittal.  The
36   recipient, in lieu of actual damages, may elect to
37   recover from the person transmitting or causing to be
38   transmitted such electronic mail the greater of ten
39   dollars for each bulk electronic mail message
40   transmitted to the recipient in violation of this
41   section, or five hundred dollars.  In addition to the
42   monetary damages, the recipient is also entitled to
43   costs and reasonable attorney fees.
44     b.  (1)  Notwithstanding paragraph "a", if the
45   person injured is an interactive computer service and
46   such injury arises from a person who transmits bulk
47   electronic mail without authority, such service may
48   recover actual damages, attorney fees, and costs.
49   Such service, in lieu of recovering actual damages,
50   may also elect to recover the greater of ten dollars
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 1   for each unsolicited bulk electronic mail message
 2   transmitted in violation of this section, or twenty-
 3   five thousand dollars.
 4     (2)  For purposes of this paragraph, a person is
 5   "without authority" when the person has no right or
 6   permission of the owner to use a computer, or the
 7   person uses the computer in a manner which exceeds the
 8   person's right or permission; or the person uses a
 9   computer, a computer network, or the computer services
10   or an interactive computer service to transmit
11   unsolicited bulk electronic mail in contravention of
12   the authority granted by or in violation of the
13   policies set by the interactive computer service to
14   the extent the person has received actual notice of

15   such policies.  Transmission of electronic mail from
16   an organization or similar entity to the members of
17   such organization or similar entity shall not be
18   deemed to be unsolicited bulk electronic mail.
19     c.  In an action brought under this chapter, a
20   court shall preserve the secrecy of an alleged trade
21   secret by reasonable means, including but not limited
22   to granting protective orders in connection with
23   discovery proceedings, holding in-camera hearings,
24   sealing the records of the action, and ordering a
25   person involved in the litigation not to disclose an
26   alleged trade secret without prior court approval.
27     d.  This section shall not be construed to limit
28   any person's right to pursue any additional civil
29   remedy otherwise allowed by law.
30     4.  INJUNCTION.  In addition to any other remedy
31   under this section, a recipient may also petition the
32   district court for an injunction to prohibit the
33   person from transmitting to the recipient any other
34   electronic mail that includes an advertisement.
35     5.  JURISDICTION.  Transmitting or causing the
36   transmission of unsolicited bulk electronic mail to or
37   through an interactive computer service's computer
38   network located in this state shall constitute an act
39   in this state.  When jurisdiction over a person is
40   based solely upon this section, only a cause of action
41   arising from acts enumerated in this section may be
42   asserted against that person.  However, this chapter
43   does not limit, restrict, or otherwise affect the
44   jurisdiction of any court of this state over foreign
45   corporations which are subject to service of process
46   pursuant to any other statute, or the jurisdiction of
47   any court of this state over a person for engaging in
48   acts which result in jurisdiction under this section.
49     6.  EXCEPTIONS.
50     a.  This section does not apply to any of the
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 1   following:
 2     (1)  A person who provides users with access to a
 3   computer network, and as part of that service,
 4   transmits electronic mail on behalf of those users,
 5   unless such person knowingly transmits electronic mail
 6   that includes an advertisement which the person
 7   prepared or caused to be prepared.
 8     (2)  A person who provides users with access to a
 9   computer network, and as part of that service,
10   transmits electronic mail on behalf of those users,
11   unless such person transmits electronic mail on behalf
12   of those users which the person knows, or should have
13   known was transmitted in violation of subsection 2.

14     (3)  Electronic mail which is accessed by the
15   recipient from an electronic bulletin board.
16     (4)  A person who provides users with access at no
17   charge to electronic mail, including receiving and
18   transmitting such electronic mail, and as a condition
19   of providing such access requires such users to
20   receive unsolicited advertisements.
21     b.  An interactive computer service is not liable
22   under this section for an action voluntarily taken in
23   good faith to block or prevent the receipt or
24   transmission through its service of any commercial
25   electronic mail which is reasonably believed to be in
26   violation of subsection 2.
27     Sec. 2. NEW SECTION.  714D.2  CIVIL ENFORCEMENT.
28     1.  A violation of section 714D.1, subsection 2, is
29   a violation of section 714.16, subsection 2, paragraph
30   "a".  All the powers conferred upon the attorney
31   general to accomplish the objectives and carry out the
32   duties prescribed pursuant to section 714.16 are also
33   conferred upon the attorney general to enforce section
34   714D.1, including, but not limited to the power to
35   issue subpoenas, adopt rules which shall have the
36   force of law, and seek injunctive relief and civil
37   penalties.
38     2.  In seeking reimbursement pursuant to section
39   714.16, subsection 7, from a person who has committed
40   a violation of section 714D.1, subsection 2, the
41   attorney general may seek an order from the court that
42   the person pay to the attorney general on behalf of
43   consumers the amounts for which the person would be
44   liable under section 714D.1, subsection 3, for each
45   consumer who has a cause of action pursuant to section
46   714D.1, subsection 3.  Section 714.16, as it relates
47   to consumer reimbursement, shall apply to consumer
48   reimbursement pursuant to this section."
The motion prevailed and the House concurred in the Senate 
amendment H-1720.
Rants of Woodbury moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate 
and concurred in by the House, 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. 448)
		The ayes were, 94:

Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Bradley
Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta	Burnett
Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo
Cohoon	Connors	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck	Dotzler
Drake	Drees	Eddie	Falck
Fallon	Foege	Ford	Frevert
Garman	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman
Holmes	Holveck	Horbach	Houser
Huseman	Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins
Johnson	Kettering	Klemme	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Larson	Lord
Martin	Mascher	May	Mertz
Metcalf	Millage	Mundie	Murphy
Myers	Nelson	O'Brien	Osterhaus
Parmenter	Raecker	Rants	Rayhons
Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman	Shoultz
Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup	Sunderbruch
Taylor	Teig	Thomas	Thomson
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Warnstadt	Weidman
Weigel	Welter	Whitead	Wise
Witt	Mr. Speaker
		  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
	Absent or not voting, 6:
Boal	Boggess	Huser	Jochum
Schrader	Van Fossen	
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
Thomson of Linn called up for consideration House File 532, a bill 
for an act relating to practitioner preparation programs and providing 
for a pilot study to assess the performance of teacher education 
graduates, amended by the Senate, and moved that the House concur 
in the following Senate amendment H-1677:
H-1677
 1     Amend House File 532, as amended, passed, and
 2   reprinted by the House, as follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, line 13, by striking the word
 4   "Integrate" and inserting the following:  "Include
 5   preparation in reading programs, including reading

 6   recovery, and integrate".
 7     2.  By striking page 1, line 28, through page 2,
 8   line 13.
 9     3.  Page 2, by inserting after line 26 the
10   following:
11     "Sec. ___.  BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS PILOT
12   PROGRAM STUDY.  The board of educational examiners
13   shall develop and implement a one-year pilot study to
14   assess the performance of teacher education graduates
15   in the areas of content and pedagogy using a
16   standardized, national assessment, which may be
17   modified to meet the information needs of the board.
18   The purpose of the pilot study is to measure an
19   education graduate's knowledge in the graduate's
20   chosen major field and the graduate's attained level
21   of pedagogy, to establish baseline data on graduates,
22   and to determine whether successful completion of a
23   standardized assessment should be required of all
24   education graduates prior to initial licensure.
25   Individual assessment results from this study shall
26   not prohibit an individual from receiving an initial
27   teaching license under this chapter if the individual
28   meets all other qualifications for licensure.  By
29   January 15, 2001, the board of educational examiners
30   shall submit its recommendations in a report
31   summarizing the results of the pilot study to the
32   chairpersons and ranking members of the senate and
33   house standing education committees and of the joint
34   subcommittee on education appropriations."
35     4.  By renumbering as necessary.
The motion prevailed and the House concurred in the Senate 
amendment H-1677.
Thomson of Linn moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate 
and concurred in by the House, 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. 532)
	The ayes were, 92:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chiodo
Cohoon	Connors	Cormack	Davis^
Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck	Drake
Drees	Eddie	Fallon	Ford
Frevert	Garman	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck	Horbach
Huseman	Huser	Jacobs	Jager
Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Larson	Lord	Martin	Mascher
May	Mertz	Metcalf	Millage
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	Nelson
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker
Rants	Rayhons	Reynolds	Scherrman
Shoultz	Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig	Thomas
Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen
Warnstadt	Weidman	Weigel	Welter
Whitead	Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	The nays were, 5:
Chapman	Dotzler	Falck	Foege
Richardson	
	Absent or not voting, 3:
Boal	Houser	Schrader
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
Boggess of Taylor called up for consideration House File 570, a 
bill for an act relating to the Iowa turkey marketing council, by 
providing procedures for the administration of the council, a producer 
assessment, refunds, and for the expenditure of moneys by the 
council, and providing an effective date, amended by the Senate 
amendment H-1519 as follows:
H-1519
 1     Amend House File 570, as passed by the House, as
 2   follows:
 3     1.  Page 6, line 33, by striking the word "may"
 4   and inserting the following:  "shall".
The motion prevailed and the House concurred in the Senate 
amendment H-1519.
	Boggess of Taylor moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate 

and concurred in by the House, 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. 570)
	The ayes were, 97:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Bukta	Burnett
Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo
Cohoon	Connors	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck	Dotzler
Drake	Drees	Eddie	Falck
Fallon	Foege	Ford	Frevert
Garman	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman
Holmes	Holveck	Horbach	Houser
Huseman	Huser	Jacobs	Jager
Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Larson	Lord	Martin	Mascher
May	Mertz	Metcalf	Millage
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	Nelson
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker
Rants	Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson
Scherrman	Shoultz	Siegrist	Stevens
Sukup	Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig
Thomas	Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven
Van Fossen	Warnstadt	Weidman	Weigel
Welter	Whitead	Wise	Witt
Mr. Speaker
  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
	Absent or not voting, 3:
Boal	Brunkhorst	Schrader	
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 448, 532 and 570.
Unfinished Business Calendar
Senate File 367, a bill for an act adopting the Uniform Child 
Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, with report of committee 
recommending passage, was taken up for consideration.
Boddicker of Cedar asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1704 filed by him on April 20, 1999.
Boddicker of Cedar 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?" (S.F. 367)
	The ayes were, 96:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Dolecheck	Dotzler
Drake	Drees	Eddie	Falck
Fallon	Foege	Ford	Frevert
Garman	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman
Holmes	Holveck	Horbach	Houser
Huseman	Huser	Jacobs	Jager
Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Larson	Lord	Martin	Mascher
May	Mertz	Metcalf	Millage
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	Nelson
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker
Rants	Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman
Shoultz	Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig	Thomas
Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen
Warnstadt	Weidman	Weigel	Welter
Whitead	Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
		Absent or not voting, 4:

Boal	Doderer	Rayhons	Schrader
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
SENATE AMENDMENTS CONSIDERED
Mertz of Kossuth called up for consideration House File 343, a 
bill for an act providing for the collection of moneys by a county board 
of supervisors arising out of the construction of a drainage 
improvement within a railroad right-of-way, amended by the Senate, 
and moved that the House concur in the following Senate amendment 
H-1716:
H-1716
 1     Amend House File 343, as passed by the House, as
 2   follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, by striking lines 12 through 15 and
 4   inserting the following:  "jurisdiction. The court
 5   may award a prevailing county reasonable attorney fees
 6   incurred by the county, to be paid by the railroad
 7   company and taxed as part of the costs of the action."
The motion prevailed and the House concurred in the Senate 
amendment H-1716.
Mertz of Kossuth moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate 
and concurred in by the House, 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. 343)
	The ayes were, 96:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chiodo
Cohoon	Connors	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck	Dotzler
Drake	Drees	Eddie	Falck
Fallon	Foege	Ford	Frevert^
Garman	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman
Holmes	Holveck	Horbach	Houser
Huseman	Huser	Jacobs	Jager
Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Lord	Martin	Mascher	May
Mertz	Metcalf	Millage	Mundie
Murphy	Myers	Nelson	O'Brien
Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker	Rants
Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman
Shoultz	Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig	Thomas
Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen
Warnstadt	Weidman	Weigel	Welter
Whitead	Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	The nays were, none.
	Absent or not voting, 4:
Boal	Chapman	Larson	Schrader
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
Boddicker of Cedar called up for consideration House File 172, a 
bill for an act relating to adoption procedural requirements including 
those related to investigations, reports, and counseling, amended by 
the Senate amendment H-1703 as follows:
H-1703
 1     Amend House File 172 as passed by the House, as
 2   follows:
 3     1.  Page 2, by inserting after line 31, the
 4   following:
 5     "Sec. ___. NEW SECTION.  600.14A  FINALITY OF
 6   ADOPTION DECREE.
 7     1.  After the expiration of thirty days following
 8   the entry of the final adoption decree, the final
 9   adoption decree shall not be attacked by reason of any
10   jurisdictional or procedural defect, fraud, duress, or
11   misrepresentation, and any such defect shall be deemed
12   cured.  This subsection shall not apply to section
13   600A.9, subsection 3.
14     2.  If a final adoption decree is attacked on any
15   basis at any time, the paramount consideration of the
16   court shall be the best interest of the child, and the
17   court shall sustain the final adoption decree unless

18   the court is presented with clear and convincing
19   evidence that the adoption is not in the best interest
20   of the child."
21     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
The motion prevailed and the House concurred in the Senate 
amendment H-1703.
Boddicker of Cedar moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate 
and concurred in by the House, 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. 172)
	The ayes were, 55:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess	Brauns
Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck	Drake
Eddie	Fallon	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Holmes	Horbach	Houser	Huseman
Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins	Johnson
Klemme	Larson	Lord	Martin
May	Metcalf	Mundie	O'Brien
Raecker	Rants	Rayhons	Siegrist
Sukup	Sunderbruch	Teig	Thomson
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Weidman
Weigel	Welter	Mr. Speaker
			  Corbett
	The nays were, 43:
Bell	Bradley	Bukta	Burnett
Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon
Connors	Dotzler	Drees	Falck
Foege	Ford	Frevert	Garman
Hoffman	Holveck	Huser	Jochum
Kettering	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Mascher	Mertz	Millage	Murphy
Myers	Nelson	Osterhaus	Parmenter
Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman	Shoultz
Stevens	Taylor	Thomas	Warnstadt
Whitead	Wise	Witt	
		Absent or not voting, 2:

Boal	Schrader	
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: 
Senate File 367 and House File 343.
On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie, the House was recessed at 
12:10 p.m., until 1:00 p.m.
AFTERNOON SESSION
The House reconvened at 1:12 p.m., Speaker pro tempore Rants in 
the chair.
QUORUM CALL
A non-record roll call was requested to determine that a quorum 
was present.  The vote revealed sixty-five members present, thirty-
five absent.
INTRODUCTION OF BILL
House File 774, by Houser, Arnold, Van Engelenhoven, Barry, 
Klemme, Huseman, Osterhaus, Teig, Drees, Myers, Drake, Mertz, 
Mundie, Reynolds, Boggess, Carroll, Kuhn, Frevert, Dolecheck, 
Hoffman, Scherrman, Jager, Falck, Alons, Brauns, Kettering, 
Richardson, Heaton, Tyrrell, Johnson, Eddie, Rayhons, and 
Weidman, a bill for an act exempting the increase in assessed value of 
a farm structure due to improvements made to the structure to 
preserve it as a barn.
Read first time and referred to committee on local government.
SENATE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED

Sukup of Franklin called up for consideration House File 700, a 
bill for an act relating to the liability for unpaid rates or charges of a 
city utility or enterprise service for water, sewage, and solid waste 
services, amended by the Senate amendment H-1639 as follows:
H-1639
 1     Amend House File 700, as amended, passed, and
 2   reprinted by the House, as follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, by striking lines 3 through 5 and
 4   inserting the following:
 5     "NEW PARAGRAPH.  d.  If a delinquent amount is owed
 6   by an account holder for water service associated with
 7   a prior property or premises, a city utility, city
 8   enterprise, or".
 9     2.  Page 1, line 32, by inserting after the word
10   "directly" the following:  "to the city utility or
11   enterprise".
Sukup of Franklin offered the following amendment H?1714, to 
the Senate amendment H?1639, filed by him and moved its adoption:
H-1714
 1     Amend the Senate amendment, H-1639, to House File
 2   700, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the House,
 3   as follows:
 4     1.  Page 1, line 6, by striking the word "water"
 5   and inserting the following:  "a utility".
Amendment H?1714 was adopted.
On motion by Sukup of Franklin the House concurred in the 
Senate amendment H-1639, as amended.
Sukup of Franklin moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate, 
further amended by the House, and concurred in by the House, 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. 700)
		The ayes were, 87:

Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chiodo
Cohoon	Connors	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Dotzler	Drake
Drees	Eddie	Fallon	Foege
Ford	Frevert	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck	Horbach
Houser	Huseman	Huser	Jacobs
Jager	Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson
Kettering	Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn
Larkin	Larson	Lord	Martin
Mascher	May	Metcalf	Millage
Mundie	Myers	Nelson	O'Brien
Osterhaus	Raecker	Rayhons	Reynolds
Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz	Siegrist
Stevens	Sukup	Sunderbruch	Taylor
Teig	Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven
Warnstadt	Weidman	Welter	Whitead
Wise	Witt	Rants,
			  Presiding
	The nays were, 5:
Chapman	Doderer	Garman	Parmenter
Richardson	
	Absent or not voting, 8:
Boal	Corbett, Spkr.	Falck	Mertz
Murphy	Thomas	Van Fossen	Weigel
The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to 
have passed the House and the title was agreed to.
MOTION TO RECONSIDER PREVAILED
(House File 172)
Boddicker of Cedar called up for consideration the motion to 
reconsider House File 172 filed by him from floor, and moved to 
reconsider the vote by which House File 172, a bill for an act 
relating to adoption procedural requirements including those related 
to investigations, reports, and counseling, passed the House and was 
placed on its last reading on April 21, 1999.
	The motion prevailed and the House reconsidered House File 172.

Boddicker of Cedar asked and received unanimous consent to 
reconsider amendment H-1703.
Boddicker of Cedar offered the following amendment H?1732, to 
the Senate amendment H?1703, filed by him and Kreiman of Davis 
from the floor and moved its adoption:
H-1732
 1     Amend the amendment, H-1703, to House File 172, as
 2   passed by the House, as follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, line 7, by striking the words "thirty
 4   days" and inserting the following:  "one year".
 5     2.  Page 1, line 10, by striking the word
 6   "fraud,".
Amendment H?1732 was adopted.
On motion by Boddicker of Cedar the House concurred in the 
Senate amendment H-1703, as amended.
Boddicker of Cedar moved that the bill, as amended by the Senate, 
further amended by the House, 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. 172)
	The ayes were, 94:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors	Corbett, Spkr.
Cormack	Davis	Dix	Doderer
Dolecheck	Dotzler	Drake	Drees
Eddie	Falck	Fallon	Foege
Ford	Frevert	Garman	Gipp
Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen
Heaton	Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Huser
Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins	Jochum
Johnson	Kettering	Klemme	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Larson	Lord^
Martin	Mascher	May	Metcalf
Millage	Mundie	Myers	Nelson
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Raecker
Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman
Schrader	Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig	Thomson
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Warnstadt
Weidman	Welter	Whitead	Wise
Witt	Rants,
		  Presiding
	The nays were, none.
	Absent or not voting, 6:
Boal	Mertz	Murphy	Shoultz
Thomas	Weigel	
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 172 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
SPECIAL PRESENTATION
Shoultz of Black Hawk presented to the House Nina Smith, Parade 
Magazine's Girls High School Basketball National Player of the Year.
The House rose and expressed its welcome.
ADOPTION OF HOUSE RESOLUTION 19
Jenkins of Black Hawk called up for consideration House 
Resolution 19, a resolution honoring Nina Smith for being named 
girls' high school basketball National Player of the Year, and moved 
its adoption.
The motion prevailed and the resolution was adopted.
Appropriations Calendar

Senate File 464, a bill for an act relating to the funding of, 
operation of, and appropriation of moneys to the college student aid 
commission, the department of cultural affairs, the department of 
education, and the state board of regents, providing related statutory 
changes, and providing effective dates, with report of committee 
recommending amendment and passage, was taken up for 
consideration.
Hansen of Pottawattamie offered amendment H-1618 filed by the 
committee on appropriations as follows:
H-1618
 1     Amend Senate File 464, as amended, passed, and
 2   reprinted by the Senate, as follows:
 3     1.  By striking everything after the enacting
 4   clause and inserting the following:
 5         "COLLEGE STUDENT AID COMMISSION
 6     Section 1.  There is appropriated from the general
 7   fund of the state to the college student aid
 8   commission for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999,
 9   and ending June 30, 2000, the following amounts, or so
10   much thereof as may be necessary, to be used for the
11   purposes designated:
12     1.  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
13     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
14   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
15   time equivalent positions:
16   	$    331,727
17   	 FTEs          5.40
18     2.  UNIVERSITY OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND HEALTH
19   SCIENCES
20     a.  For forgivable loans to Iowa students attending
21   the university of osteopathic medicine and health
22   sciences under the forgivable loan program pursuant to
23   section 261.19:
24   	 $    379,260
25     b.  For the university of osteopathic medicine and
26   health sciences for an initiative in primary health
27   care to direct primary care physicians to shortage
28   areas in the state:
29   	 $    395,000
30     3.  STUDENT AID PROGRAMS
31     For payments to students for the Iowa grant
32   program:
33   	 $ 1,161,850
34     4.  NATIONAL GUARD TUITION AID PROGRAM
35     For purposes of providing national guard tuition

36   aid under the program established in section 261.86:
37   	 $    833,900
38     5.  CHIROPRACTIC GRADUATE STUDENT FORGIVABLE LOAN
39   PROGRAM
40     For purposes of providing forgivable loans under
41   the program established in section 261.71:
42   	 $    100,000
43     6.  TEACHER SHORTAGE FORGIVABLE LOAN PROGRAM
44     For the teacher shortage forgivable loan program
45   established in section 261.111:
46   ..................................................	 $    250,000
47     Sec. 2.  There is appropriated from the loan
48   reserve account to the college student aid commission
49   for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending
50   June 30, 2000, the following amount, or so much
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 1   thereof as may be necessary, to be used for the
 2   purposes designated:
 3     For operating costs of the Stafford loan program
 4   including salaries, support, maintenance,
 5   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
 6   following full-time equivalent positions:
 7   	 $  5,226,983
 8   	 FTEs          33.61
 9     Sec. 3.  The department of revenue and finance
10   shall deposit interest earned on the Pub. L. No. 105-
11   33 recall account within the office of the treasurer
12   of state during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1999,
13   in the fund 61 default reduction account.  Moneys in
14   the fund 61 default reduction account are appropriated
15   to the college student aid commission for the fiscal
16   year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2000,
17   for purposes of issuing emergency loans to assist
18   needy students in avoiding default on a guaranteed or
19   parental loan made under chapter 261.
20     Sec. 4.  REMAINING NATIONAL GUARD TUITION AID
21   PROGRAM BALANCE.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, the
22   unencumbered or unobligated moneys remaining at the
23   end of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1999, from the
24   appropriations made in 1998 Iowa Acts, chapter 1215,
25   section 1, subsection 4, shall not revert but shall be
26   available for expenditure during the subsequent fiscal
27   year for the purposes of the national guard tuition
28   aid program.
29     Sec. 5.  REMAINING INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY FORGIVABLE
30   LOAN PROGRAM BALANCE.  Notwithstanding section 8.33 or
31   section 261.25, subsection 4, Code 1999, or any other
32   provision to the contrary, unencumbered or unobligated
33   funds remaining on June 30, 1999, for purposes of the
34   industrial technology forgivable loan program

35   established in section 261.111, shall be available to
36   the college student aid commission for expenditure for
37   the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and for
38   succeeding fiscal years for the purposes of the
39   teacher shortage forgivable loan program established
40   in section 261.111 if enacted by an Act of the 1999
41   Session.
42              DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS
43     Sec. 6.  There is appropriated from the general
44   fund of the state to the department of cultural
45   affairs for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999,
46   and ending June 30, 2000, the following amounts, or so
47   much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the
48   purposes designated:
49     1.  ARTS DIVISION
50     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
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 1   purposes, including funds to match federal grants and
 2   for not more than the following full-time equivalent
 3   positions:
 4   	 $  1,444,795
 5   	  FTEs         10.00
 6     2.  HISTORICAL DIVISION
 7     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
 8   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
 9   time equivalent positions:
10   	 $  3,188,307
11   	  FTEs         65.70
12     3.  HISTORIC SITES
13     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
14   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
15   time equivalent positions:
16   	 $     596,001
17   	  FTEs           8.00
18     4.  ADMINISTRATION
19     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
20   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
21   time equivalent positions:
22   	 $    236,562
23   	  FTEs          4.30
24     The department of cultural affairs shall coordinate
25   activities with the tourism division of the department
26   of economic development to promote attendance at the
27   state historical building and at this state's historic
28   sites.
29     5.  LOCAL ARTS COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES
30   PROGRAM (LACES)
31     For contracting with the Iowa alliance for arts
32   education to execute their local arts comprehensive
33   educational strategies:

34   	 $     25,000
35     6.  COMMUNITY CULTURAL GRANTS
36     For planning and programming for the community
37   cultural grants program established under section
38   303.3, and for not more than the following full-time
39   equivalent position:
40   	 $    713,557
41   	  FTEs          0.70
42                   DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
43     Sec. 7.  There is appropriated from the general
44   fund of the state to the department of education for
45   the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending
46   June 30, 2000, the following amounts, or so much
47   thereof as may be necessary, to be used for the
48   purposes designated:
49     1.  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
50     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
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 1   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
 2   time equivalent positions:
 3   	 $  5,719,322
 4   	  FTEs         98.45
 5     2.  VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION
 6     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
 7   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
 8   time equivalent positions:
 9   	 $    554,481
10   	  FTEs        15.60
11     3.  BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS
12     a.  For salaries, support, maintenance,
13   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
14   following full-time equivalent positions:
15   	 $    205,396
16   	  FTEs          2.00
17     b.  For purposes of implementing a multilevel
18   voluntary para-educator licensing system in accordance
19   with section 272.12:
20   	 $     75,000
21     4.  VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION
22     a.  For salaries, support, maintenance,
23   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
24   following full-time equivalent positions:
25   	$  4,631,873
26   	 FTEs       302.25
27     From the funds appropriated in this lettered
28   paragraph, up to $2,000,000 shall be used to provide
29   services to persons without regard to an order of
30   selection.  The division shall seek additional local
31   matching funds in an amount sufficient to avoid any
32   loss of federal funds.

33     The division of vocational rehabilitation services
34   shall seek a waiver from the federal government to
35   accept assessments of clients performed by area
36   education agencies or any other governmental
37   subdivision.  The division shall also seek additional
38   federal waivers to improve and increase the
39   availability of supported employment services to
40   Iowans.
41     The division of vocational rehabilitation services
42   shall seek funds other than federal funds, which may
43   include but are not limited to local funds from local
44   provider entities, community colleges, area education
45   agencies, and local education agencies, for purposes
46   of matching federal vocational rehabilitation funds.
47   The funds collected by the division may exceed the
48   amount needed to match available federal vocational
49   rehabilitation funds in an effort to qualify for
50   additional federal funds when such funds become
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 1   available.
 2     Except where prohibited under federal law, the
 3   division of vocational rehabilitation services of the
 4   department of education shall accept client
 5   assessments, or assessments of potential clients,
 6   performed by other agencies in order to reduce
 7   duplication of effort.
 8     Notwithstanding the full-time equivalent position
 9   limit established in this lettered paragraph, for the
10   fiscal year ending June 30, 2000, if federal funding
11   is received to pay the costs of additional employees
12   for the vocational rehabilitation services division
13   who would have duties relating to vocational
14   rehabilitation services paid for through federal
15   funding, authorization to hire not more than 4.00
16   additional full-time equivalent employees shall be
17   provided, the full-time equivalent position limit
18   shall be exceeded, and the additional employees shall
19   be hired by the division.
20     The division of vocational rehabilitation services
21   shall enter into a chapter 28E agreement with the
22   creative employment options program at the state
23   university of Iowa, or take whatever other action is
24   necessary, to enable the division to count as a local
25   match the state funds appropriated to the university
26   for purposes of the creative employment options
27   program.
28     b.  For matching funds for programs to enable
29   persons with severe physical or mental disabilities to
30   function more independently, including salaries and
31   support, and for not more than the following full-time

32   equivalent positions:
33   	 $     76,067
34   	  FTEs         1.50
35     The highest priority use for the moneys
36   appropriated under this lettered paragraph shall be
37   for programs that emphasize employment and assist
38   persons with severe physical or mental disabilities to
39   find and maintain employment to enable them to
40   function more independently.
41     5.  STATE LIBRARY
42     a.  For salaries, support, maintenance,
43   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
44   following full-time equivalent positions:
45   	$  3,153,168
46   	 FTEs         21.00
47     Reimbursement of the institutions of higher
48   learning under the state board of regents for
49   participation in the access plus program during the
50   fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending June
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 1   30, 2000, shall not exceed the total amount of
 2   reimbursement paid to the regents institutions of
 3   higher learning for participation in the access plus
 4   program during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998,
 5   and ending June 30, 1999.
 6     b.  For a one-year enrich Iowa pilot program:
 7   	 $    500,000
 8     (1)  Funds allocated for purposes of the enrich
 9   Iowa pilot program as provided in this lettered
10   paragraph shall be distributed by the division of
11   libraries and information services to eligible public
12   libraries that are in compliance with performance
13   measures adopted by rule by the commission.  The
14   amount distributed to each eligible public library
15   shall be based upon the following:
16     (a)  The level of compliance by the eligible public
17   library with the performance measures adopted by the
18   commission as provided in this subsection.
19     (b)  The number of people residing within an
20   eligible library's geographic service area for whom
21   the library provides services.
22     (c)  The amount of other funding the eligible
23   public library received in the previous fiscal year
24   for providing services to rural residents and to
25   contracting communities.
26     (2)  Moneys received by a public library under this
27   lettered paragraph shall supplement, not supplant, any
28   other funding received by the library.
29     (3)  For purposes of this section, "eligible public
30   library" means a public library that meets at least

31   all of the following requirements:
32     (a)  Submits to the division all of the following:
33     (i)  The report provided for under section 256.51,
34   subsection 1, paragraph "h".
35     (ii)  An application and accreditation report, in a
36   format approved by the commission, that provides
37   evidence of the library's compliance with at least one
38   level of the standards established in accordance with
39   section 256.51, subsection 1, paragraph "k".
40     (iii)  Any other application or report the division
41   deems necessary for the implementation of the enrich
42   Iowa program.
43     (b)  Participates in the library resource and
44   information sharing programs established by the state
45   library.
46     (c)  Is a public library established by city
47   ordinance or a county library as provided in chapter
48   336.
49     (4)  Each eligible public library shall maintain a
50   separate listing within its budget for payments
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 1   received and expenditures made pursuant to this
 2   section, and shall annually submit this listing to the
 3   division.
 4     (5)  By January 15, 2000, the division shall submit
 5   a program evaluation report to the general assembly
 6   and the governor detailing the uses and the impacts of
 7   funds allocated under this lettered paragraph.  It is
 8   the intent of the general assembly to address the
 9   continuation of the enrich Iowa pilot program during
10   the 2000 legislative session.
11     6.  REGIONAL LIBRARY
12     For state aid:
13   	 $  1,687,000
14     The division of libraries and information services
15   shall submit a list of current regional library
16   employees and their salaries to the department of
17   management by August 1, 1999.  The list shall be used
18   by the department for purposes of calculating the
19   annual salary increase need, based on the salary
20   increases negotiated by the American federation of
21   state, county, and municipal employees.  The amount
22   calculated by the department for salary need shall be
23   included in the regional library budget request
24   submitted to the governor for the fiscal year
25   beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001.
26     7.  PUBLIC BROADCASTING DIVISION
27     For salaries, support, maintenance, capital
28   expenditures, miscellaneous purposes, and for not more
29   than the following full-time equivalent positions:

30   	 $  7,661,324
31   	  FTEs       106.40
32     8.  VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS
33     For reimbursement for vocational education
34   expenditures made by secondary schools:
35   	 $  3,308,850
36     Funds appropriated in this subsection shall be used
37   for expenditures made by school districts to meet the
38   standards set in sections 256.11, 258.4, and 260C.14
39   as a result of the enactment of 1989 Iowa Acts,
40   chapter 278.  Funds shall be used as reimbursement for
41   vocational education expenditures made by secondary
42   schools in the manner provided by the department of
43   education for implementation of the standards set in
44   1989 Iowa Acts, chapter 278.
45     9.  SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE
46     For use as state matching funds for federal
47   programs that shall be disbursed according to federal
48   regulations, including salaries, support, maintenance,
49   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
50   following full-time equivalent positions:
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 1   	 $  2,716,859
 2   	  FTEs         14.00
 3     10.  IOWA EMPOWERMENT FUND
 4     For deposit in the school ready children grants
 5   account of the Iowa empowerment fund created in
 6   section 7I.8:
 7   	 $ 10,400,000
 8     11.  TEXTBOOKS OF NONPUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS
 9     To provide funds for costs of providing textbooks
10   to each resident pupil who attends a nonpublic school
11   as authorized by section 301.1.  The funding is
12   limited to $20 per pupil and shall not exceed the
13   comparable services offered to resident public school
14   pupils:
15   	 $     600,000
16     12.  VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE YOUTH ORGANIZATION
17     To assist a vocational agriculture youth
18   organization sponsored by the schools to support the
19   foundation established by that vocational agriculture
20   youth organization and for other youth activities:
21   	 $     107,900
22     13.  NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION
23     For the issuance of national board certification
24   awards in accordance with section 256.44:
25   	 $  1,000,000
26     Notwithstanding section 8.33, funds appropriated
27   for purposes of this section which remain unencumbered
28   or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year, shall

29   not revert but shall be available for expenditure for
30   purposes of issuing national board certification
31   awards during the succeeding fiscal year.
32     14.  EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ASSESSMENTS
33   REIMBURSEMENTS
34     For reimbursement of school district claims for the
35   costs of acquiring and using employability skills
36   assessment tools as provided in this subsection:
37   	 $    350,000
38     a.  The department of education shall reimburse
39   school district claims for the costs of acquiring,
40   administering, and scoring assessment tools to assess
41   the employability skills of students enrolled in grade
42   12.  The director of education shall identify
43   available employability skills assessment tools that
44   school districts may use to meet the claim
45   reimbursement requirements of this subsection.
46     b.  In order to be eligible for reimbursement under
47   this subsection, a school district shall submit a
48   claim on forms provided by the department by July 15,
49   2000, and the claim shall state the actual costs
50   incurred and shall be accompanied by an affidavit of
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 1   an officer of the school district affirming the
 2   accuracy of the claim.
 3     c.  The department of education shall certify to
 4   the department of revenue and finance the amounts of
 5   approved claims to be paid, and the department of
 6   revenue and finance shall draw warrants payable to
 7   school districts with approved claims, taking into
 8   consideration the relative budget and cash position of
 9   the state resources.
10     d.  Moneys received under this subsection shall not
11   be commingled with state aid payments made under
12   section 257.16 to a school district and shall be
13   accounted for by the school district separately from
14   state aid payments.  Payments made to a school
15   district under this subsection are miscellaneous
16   income for purposes of chapter 257.
17     e.  If the funds appropriated in this subsection
18   are insufficient to pay in full the claims submitted
19   by school districts and approved by the department,
20   the amounts of approved claims shall be prorated among
21   all school districts with approved claims.
22     15.  COMMUNITY COLLEGES
23     For general state financial aid, including general
24   financial aid to merged areas in lieu of personal
25   property tax replacement payments, to merged areas as
26   defined in section 260C.2, for vocational education
27   programs in accordance with chapters 258 and 260C:

28   	 $141,577,403
29     The funds appropriated in this subsection shall be
30   allocated as follows:
31     a.  Merged Area  I 	 $  6,788,405
32     b.  Merged Area  II 	 $  7,981,873
33     c.  Merged Area  III 	 $  7,452,448
34     d.  Merged Area IV 	 $  3,638,156
35     e.  Merged Area V 	 $  7,598,634
36     f.  Merged Area  VI 	 $  7,059,555
37     g.  Merged Area VII 	 $10,138,631
38     h.  Merged Area IX 	 $12,444,971
39     i.  Merged Area  X 	 $19,480,613
40     j.  Merged Area XI 	 $20,720,212
41     k.  Merged Area XII 	 $  8,173,625
42     l.  Merged Area XIII 	 $  8,395,697
43     m.  Merged Area XIV 	 $  3,684,420
44     n.  Merged Area XV 	 $11,561,901
45     o.  Merged Area XVI 	 $  6,458,262
46     Sec. 8.  DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED.  For
47   the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending
48   June 30, 2000, moneys appropriated by the general
49   assembly from the general fund to the department of
50   education for community colleges for a fiscal year
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 1   shall be allocated to each community college by the
 2   department of education in the following manner:
 3     1.  BASE FUNDING.  The base funding for a fiscal
 4   year shall be equal to the amount each community
 5   college received as an allocation from appropriations
 6   made from the general fund of the state in the most
 7   recent fiscal year.
 8     2.  DISTRIBUTION FOR INFLATION.  First priority
 9   shall be to give each college an increase based upon
10   inflation.  The inflation increase shall be not less
11   than 2 percent.  However, the inflation increase shall
12   be equal to the national inflation rate, if it exceeds
13   2 percent, if the amount of state aid appropriated is
14   equal to or greater than the national inflation rate.
15     3.  DISTRIBUTION BASED ON PROPORTIONAL SHARE OF
16   ENROLLMENT.  The balance of the growth in state aid
17   appropriations, once the inflation increase has been
18   satisfied, shall be distributed based on each
19   college's proportional share of enrollment.  However,
20   a minimum of one percent of the total growth shall be
21   distributed in this manner.
22     4.  If the total appropriation made by the general
23   assembly is less than 2 percent growth, the entire
24   increase shall be distributed as inflation.
25     Sec. 9.  BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS LICENSING
26   FEES.  Notwithstanding section 272.10, up to 85

27   percent of any funds received annually resulting from
28   an increase in fees approved and implemented for
29   licensing by the state board of educational examiners
30   after July 1, 1997, shall be available for the fiscal
31   year beginning July 1, 1999, to the state board for
32   purposes related to the state board's duties,
33   including, but not limited to, additional full-time
34   equivalent positions.  The director of revenue and
35   finance shall draw warrants upon the treasurer of
36   state from the funds appropriated as provided in this
37   section and shall make the funds resulting from the
38   increase in fees available during the fiscal year to
39   the state board on a monthly basis.
40     Sec. 10.  FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000 EXTENDED SCHOOL
41   YEAR GRANT MONEYS - DISTRIBUTION.
42     1.  Notwithstanding section 8.33 and section
43   256.22, subsection 4, from the funds appropriated in
44   1998 Iowa Acts, chapter 1216, section 1, subsection 1,
45   to the department of education for extended school
46   year grants, which remain unencumbered or unobligated
47   on June 30, 1999, the sum of $460,000 shall not revert
48   to the general fund of the state and shall not be
49   available for expenditure for the following fiscal
50   year for purposes of extended school year grants, but
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 1   shall be reallocated by the department as follows:
 2     a.  The sum of $200,000 to the board of educational
 3   examiners for a one-year pilot program study to assess
 4   the performance of teacher education graduates at no
 5   charge to the graduates.  The department of education,
 6   the board of educational examiners, and the college
 7   student aid commission shall determine the number of
 8   students that will be tested at each postsecondary
 9   institution that provides an approved practitioner
10   preparation program in a manner that will result in a
11   reliable statistical sampling.  It is the intent of
12   the general assembly that if the board recommends
13   statewide implementation of the assessment prior to
14   initial licensure, the costs of an assessment shall be
15   paid by the teacher education graduate applying for
16   initial licensure.
17     b.  The sum of $100,000 to the division of
18   libraries and information services for promotion of
19   the next decennial federal census.
20     c.  The sum of $100,000 to the department of
21   education for distribution to the reading recovery
22   center.
23     d.  The sum of $60,000 to the department of
24   education for support of the family resource center
25   demonstration program established under chapter 256C.

26     Sec. 11.  COMMUNITY COLLEGE GOVERNANCE TASK FORCE.
27   The legislative council is requested to establish an
28   interim task force consisting of members of both
29   political parties from both houses of the general
30   assembly, the office of the governor, the boards of
31   directors of the community colleges, the Iowa
32   association of community college presidents, and the
33   division of community colleges and workforce
34   preparation of the department of education, to
35   identify and study options for restructuring the
36   community college governance system.  The goal of the
37   task force shall be to determine a plan for a
38   community college governance structure that causes
39   community colleges to operate more cooperatively,
40   effectively, and efficiently as a state system, while
41   recognizing the strong local character of community
42   colleges.  The task force shall review the current
43   community college governance system; ongoing
44   collaborative efforts among the community colleges;
45   the relationships between the community colleges and
46   local school districts, accredited nonpublic schools,
47   other accredited postsecondary institutions in Iowa,
48   and the department of education; and changes necessary
49   to enhance the accountability of community colleges.
50   The task force shall submit its findings and
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 1   recommendations for a plan for a restructuring of the
 2   community college governance system that achieves the
 3   goals set forth in this section in a report to the
 4   chairpersons and ranking members of the senate and
 5   house standing committees on education and the joint
 6   appropriations subcommittee on education by December
 7   1, 1999.
 8                    STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
 9     Sec. 12.  There is appropriated from the general
10   fund of the state to the state board of regents for
11   the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, and ending
12   June 30, 2000, the following amounts, or so much
13   thereof as may be necessary, to be used for the
14   purposes designated:
15     1.  OFFICE OF STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
16     a.  For salaries, support, maintenance,
17   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
18   following full-time equivalent positions:
19   	 $  1,235,518
20   	 FTEs          15.63
21     The state board of regents, the department of
22   management, and the legislative fiscal bureau shall
23   cooperate to determine and agree upon, by November 15,
24   1999, the amount that needs to be appropriated for

25   tuition replacement for the fiscal year beginning July
26   1, 2000.
27     The state board of regents shall submit a monthly
28   financial report in a format agreed upon by the state
29   board of regents office and the legislative fiscal
30   bureau.
31     b.  For allocation by the state board of regents to
32   the state university of Iowa, the Iowa state
33   university of science and technology, and the
34   university of northern Iowa to reimburse the
35   institutions for deficiencies in their operating funds
36   resulting from the pledging of tuitions, student fees
37   and charges, and institutional income to finance the
38   cost of providing academic and administrative
39   buildings and facilities and utility services at the
40   institutions:
41   	 $ 27,927,851
42     c.  For funds to be allocated to the southwest Iowa
43   graduate studies center:
44   	 $      111,113
45     d.  For funds to be allocated to the siouxland
46   interstate metropolitan planning council for the
47   tristate graduate center under section 262.9,
48   subsection 21:
49   	 $        81,716
50     e.  For funds to be allocated to the quad-cities
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 1   graduate studies center:
 2   	 $      167,086
 3     2.  STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
 4     a.  General university, including lakeside
 5   laboratory
 6     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment,
 7   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
 8   following full-time equivalent positions:
 9   	$237,361,603
10   	 FTEs      4,048.62
11     b.  University hospitals
12     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment, and
13   miscellaneous purposes and for medical and surgical
14   treatment of indigent patients as provided in chapter
15   255, for medical education, and for not more than the
16   following full-time equivalent positions:
17   	 $ 31,812,568
18   	  FTEs     5,511.67
19     The university of Iowa hospitals and clinics shall,
20   within the context of chapter 255 and when medically
21   appropriate, make reasonable efforts to extend the
22   university of Iowa hospitals and clinics' use of home
23   telemedicine and other technologies to reduce the

24   frequency of visits to the hospital required by
25   indigent patients.  The university of Iowa hospitals
26   and clinics shall submit a report to the general
27   assembly and the legislative fiscal bureau by January
28   15, 2000, describing its use of these technologies to
29   accomplish this purpose.
30     The university of Iowa hospitals and clinics shall
31   submit quarterly a report regarding the portion of the
32   appropriation in this lettered paragraph expended on
33   medical education.  The report shall be submitted in a
34   format jointly developed by the university of Iowa
35   hospitals and clinics, the legislative fiscal bureau,
36   and the department of management, and shall delineate
37   the expenditures and purposes of the funds.
38     Funds appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall
39   not be used to perform abortions except medically
40   necessary abortions, and shall not be used to operate
41   the early termination of pregnancy clinic except for
42   the performance of medically necessary abortions.  For
43   the purpose of this lettered paragraph, an abortion is
44   the purposeful interruption of pregnancy with the
45   intention other than to produce a live-born infant or
46   to remove a dead fetus, and a medically necessary
47   abortion is one performed under one of the following
48   conditions:
49     (1)  The attending physician certifies that
50   continuing the pregnancy would endanger the life of
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 1   the pregnant woman.
 2     (2)  The attending physician certifies that the
 3   fetus is physically deformed, mentally deficient, or
 4   afflicted with a congenital illness.
 5     (3)  The pregnancy is the result of a rape which is
 6   reported within 45 days of the incident to a law
 7   enforcement agency or public or private health agency
 8   which may include a family physician.
 9     (4)  The pregnancy is the result of incest which is
10   reported within 150 days of the incident to a law
11   enforcement agency or public or private health agency
12   which may include a family physician.
13     (5)  The abortion is a spontaneous abortion,
14   commonly known as a miscarriage, wherein not all of
15   the products of conception are expelled.
16     The total quota allocated to the counties for
17   indigent patients for the fiscal year beginning July
18   1, 1999, shall not be lower than the total quota
19   allocated to the counties for the fiscal year
20   commencing July 1, 1998.  The total quota shall be
21   allocated among the counties on the basis of the 1990
22   census pursuant to section 255.16.

23     c.  Psychiatric hospital
24     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment,
25   miscellaneous purposes, for the care, treatment, and
26   maintenance of committed and voluntary public
27   patients, and for not more than the following full-
28   time equivalent positions:
29   	 $  7,968,070
30   	  FTEs       292.18
31     d.  Hospital-school
32     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
33   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
34   time equivalent positions:
35   	 $  6,991,199
36   	  FTEs       161.56
37     From the funds appropriated in this lettered
38   paragraph, $200,000 shall be allocated for purposes of
39   the creative employment options program.
40     e.  Oakdale campus
41     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
42   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
43   time equivalent positions:
44   	 $  3,100,866
45   	  FTEs         60.58
46     f.  State hygienic laboratory
47     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
48   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
49   time equivalent positions:
50   	 $  3,870,920
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 1   	 FTEs       102.49
 2     g.  Family practice program
 3     For allocation by the dean of the college of
 4   medicine, with approval of the advisory board, to
 5   qualified participants, to carry out chapter 148D for
 6   the family practice program, including salaries and
 7   support, and for not more than the following full-time
 8   equivalent positions:
 9   	 $  2,312,290
10   	  FTEs       192.40
11     h.  Child health care services
12     For specialized child health care services,
13   including childhood cancer diagnostic and treatment
14   network programs, rural comprehensive care for
15   hemophilia patients, and the Iowa high-risk infant
16   follow-up program, including salaries and support, and
17   for not more than the following full-time equivalent
18   positions:
19   	 $    601,434
20   	  FTEs          9.36
21     i.  Agricultural health and safety programs

22     For agricultural health and safety programs, and
23   for not more than the following full-time equivalent
24   positions:
25   	 $    272,634
26   	  FTEs          3.48
27     j.  Statewide cancer registry
28     For the statewide cancer registry, and for not more
29   than the following full-time equivalent positions:
30   	 $    209,730
31   	  FTEs          3.07
32     k.  Substance abuse consortium
33     For funds to be allocated to the Iowa consortium
34   for substance abuse research and evaluation, and for
35   not more than the following full-time equivalent
36   positions:
37   	 $     72,028
38   	  FTEs         1.15
39     l.  Center for biocatalysis
40     For the center for biocatalysis, and for not more
41   than the following full-time equivalent positions:
42   	 $  1,058,058
43   	  FTEs         10.40
44     m.  National advanced driving simulator
45     For the national advanced driving simulator, and
46   for not more than the following full-time equivalent
47   positions:
48   	 $    284,951
49   	  FTEs          3.58
50     n.  Primary health care initiative
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 1     For the primary health care initiative in the
 2   college of medicine and for not more than the
 3   following full-time equivalent positions:
 4   	 $    865,623
 5   	  FTEs        11.00
 6     From the funds appropriated in this lettered
 7   paragraph, $330,000 shall be allocated to the
 8   department of family practice at the state university
 9   of Iowa college of medicine for family practice
10   faculty and support staff.
11     o.  Birth defects registry
12     For the birth defects registry and for not more
13   than the following full-time equivalent position:
14   	 $     50,000
15   	  FTEs         0.90
16     p.  School of public health and public health
17   initiative
18     For purposes of establishing an accredited school
19   of public health and to fund an initiative for the
20   health and independence of elderly Iowans, and for not

21   more than the following full-time equivalent
22   positions:
23   	 $  1,050,000
24   	  FTEs         16.00
25     3.  IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
26     a.  General university
27     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment,
28   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
29   following full-time equivalent positions:
30   	$185,916,358
31   	 FTEs      3,598.44
32     From the funds appropriated in this lettered
33   paragraph, $40,000 shall be allocated for purposes of
34   the institute for public leadership.
35     b.  Agricultural experiment station
36     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
37   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
38   time equivalent positions:
39   	 $ 34,982,675
40   	  FTEs        546.98
41     c.  Cooperative extension service in agriculture
42   and home economics
43     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
44   purposes, including salaries and support for the fire
45   service institute, and for not more than the following
46   full-time equivalent positions:
47   	 $ 22,406,446
48   	  FTEs        445.80
49     From the funds appropriated in this lettered
50   paragraph, $150,000 shall be used for the food, fiber,
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 1   and environmental science program, and $1,066,000
 2   shall be used for the value-added agricultural
 3   projects as part of the extension 21 program.
 4     The cooperative extension service in agriculture
 5   and home economics at Iowa state university of science
 6   and technology shall conduct a study, in consultation
 7   with the department of human services, that identifies
 8   all educational materials, seminars, and assistance
 9   offered by the extension service which are
10   duplicative, either directly or in subject area, of
11   educational materials, seminars, and assistance
12   offered by the department of human services.  The
13   cooperative extension service shall submit its
14   findings in a report to the general assembly and the
15   legislative fiscal bureau by January 15, 2000.
16     d.  Leopold center
17     For agricultural research grants at Iowa state
18   university under section 266.39B, and for not more
19   than the following full-time equivalent positions:

20   	 $    574,983
21   	  FTEs        11.25
22     e.  Livestock disease research
23     For deposit in and the use of the livestock disease
24   research fund under section 267.8, and for not more
25   than the following full-time equivalent positions:
26   	 $    277,573
27   	  FTEs          3.17
28     f.  Center for excellence in fundamental plant
29   science
30     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment,
31   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
32   following full-time equivalent positions:
33   	 $  2,200,000
34   	  FTEs         17.96
35     4.  UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA
36     a.  General university
37     For salaries, support, maintenance, equipment,
38   miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the
39   following full-time equivalent positions:
40   	 $ 83,330,445
41   	  FTEs     1,402.86
42     b.  Recycling and reuse center
43     For purposes of the recycling and reuse center, and
44   for not more than the following full-time equivalent
45   positions:
46   	 $    244,025
47   	  FTEs          1.50
48     c.  Masters in social work
49     For implementation of a masters in social work
50   program and for not more than the following full-time
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 1   equivalent positions:
 2   	 $    300,000
 3   	  FTEs          4.00
 4     5.  STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
 5     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
 6   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
 7   time equivalent positions:
 8   	 $  7,737,161
 9   	  FTEs       126.60
10     6.  IOWA BRAILLE AND SIGHT SAVING SCHOOL
11     For salaries, support, maintenance, miscellaneous
12   purposes, and for not more than the following full-
13   time equivalent positions:
14   	 $  4,303,242
15   	  FTEs         91.05
16     7.  TUITION AND TRANSPORTATION COSTS
17     For payment to local school boards for the tuition
18   and transportation costs of students residing in the

19   Iowa braille and sight saving school and the state
20   school for the deaf pursuant to section 262.43 and for
21   payment of certain clothing and transportation costs
22   for students at these schools pursuant to section
23   270.5:
24   	 $      16,941
25     Sec. 13.  STATE BOARD OF REGENTS STUDY.  The state
26   board of regents shall, in consultation with the Iowa
27   association of independent colleges and universities
28   and the Iowa coordinating council for post-high school
29   education, complete a study of the number and type of
30   undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered at
31   the satellite locations of all institutions of higher
32   learning under the control of the state board of
33   regents and at the satellite locations of all
34   accredited private postsecondary institutions.  The
35   study shall include a listing of degree programs
36   currently in operation and those the Iowa coordinating
37   council has approved, but which have not yet begun
38   operation.  By January 15, 2000, the state board of
39   regents shall submit a report to the chairpersons and
40   ranking members of the senate and house joint
41   appropriations subcommittee on education, the
42   legislative fiscal bureau, the secretary of the
43   senate, and the chief clerk of the house of
44   representatives, that contains the following
45   information:
46     1.  A listing of all satellite locations where
47   degree programs are offered.
48     2.  A listing of all degree programs offered,
49   identified by satellite location and postsecondary
50   institution.
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 1     3.  The enrollment in each degree program by
 2   resident, nonresident, and the combined enrollment
 3   total.
 4     4.  The date each degree program was approved by
 5   the Iowa coordinating council for post-high school
 6   education.
 7     5.  The date each degree program actually began
 8   operation.
 9     6.  Detail of the implementation and ongoing costs
10   and staffing levels of each degree program.
11     7.  Detail of the revenue generated annually by
12   each degree program.
13     For purposes of this section, "satellite" means a
14   facility not attached to the campus of the main
15   postsecondary institution.
16     Sec. 14.  MEDICAL ASSISTANCE - SUPPLEMENTAL
17   AMOUNTS.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999,

18   and ending June 30, 2000, the department of human
19   services shall continue the supplemental
20   disproportionate share and a supplemental indirect
21   medical education adjustment applicable to state-owned
22   acute care hospitals with more than 500 beds and shall
23   reimburse qualifying hospitals pursuant to that
24   adjustment with a supplemental amount for services
25   provided medical assistance recipients.  The
26   adjustment shall generate supplemental payments
27   intended to equal the state appropriation made to a
28   qualifying hospital for treatment of indigent patients
29   as provided in chapter 255.  To the extent of the
30   supplemental payments, a qualifying hospital shall,
31   after receipt of the funds, transfer to the department
32   of human services an amount equal to the actual
33   supplemental payments that were made in that month.
34   The aggregate amounts for the fiscal year shall not
35   exceed the state appropriation made to the qualifying
36   hospital for treatment of indigent patients as
37   provided in chapter 255.  The department of human
38   services shall deposit the portion of these funds
39   equal to the state share in the department's medical
40   assistance account and the balance shall be credited
41   to the general fund of the state.  To the extent that
42   state funds appropriated to a qualifying hospital for
43   the treatment of indigent patients as provided in
44   chapter 255 have been transferred to the department of
45   human services as a result of these supplemental
46   payments made to the qualifying hospital, the
47   department shall not, directly or indirectly, recoup
48   the supplemental payments made to a qualifying
49   hospital for any reason, unless an equivalent amount
50   of the funds transferred to the department of human
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 1   services by a qualifying hospital pursuant to this
 2   provision is transferred to the qualifying hospital by
 3   the department.
 4     If the state supplemental amount allotted to the
 5   state of Iowa for the federal fiscal year beginning
 6   October 1, 1999, and ending September 30, 2000,
 7   pursuant to section 1923(f)(3) of the federal Social
 8   Security Act, as amended, or pursuant to federal
 9   payments for indirect medical education is greater
10   than the amount necessary to fund the federal share of
11   the supplemental payments specified in the preceding
12   paragraph, the department of human services shall
13   increase the supplemental disproportionate share or
14   supplemental indirect medical education adjustment by
15   the lesser of the amount necessary to utilize fully
16   the state supplemental amount or the amount of state

17   funds appropriated to the state university of Iowa
18   general education fund and allocated to the university
19   for the college of medicine.  The state university of
20   Iowa shall transfer from the allocation for the
21   college of medicine to the department of human
22   services, on a monthly basis, an amount equal to the
23   additional supplemental payments made during the
24   previous month pursuant to this paragraph.  A
25   qualifying hospital receiving supplemental payments
26   pursuant to this paragraph that are greater than the
27   state appropriation made to the qualifying hospital
28   for treatment of indigent patients as provided in
29   chapter 255 shall be obligated as a condition of its
30   participation in the medical assistance program to
31   transfer to the state university of Iowa general
32   education fund on a monthly basis an amount equal to
33   the funds transferred by the state university of Iowa
34   to the department of human services.  To the extent
35   that state funds appropriated to the state university
36   of Iowa and allocated to the college of medicine have
37   been transferred to the department of human services
38   as a result of these supplemental payments made to the
39   qualifying hospital, the department shall not,
40   directly or indirectly, recoup these supplemental
41   payments made to a qualifying hospital for any reason,
42   unless an equivalent amount of the funds transferred
43   to the department of human services by the state
44   university of Iowa pursuant to this paragraph is
45   transferred to the qualifying hospital by the
46   department.
47     Continuation of the supplemental disproportionate
48   share and supplemental indirect medical education
49   adjustment shall preserve the funds available to the
50   university hospital for medical and surgical treatment
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 1   of indigent patients as provided in chapter 255 and to
 2   the state university of Iowa for educational purposes
 3   at the same level as provided by the state funds
 4   initially appropriated for that purpose.
 5     The department of human services shall, in any
 6   compilation of data or other report distributed to the
 7   public concerning payments to providers under the
 8   medical assistance program, set forth reimbursements
 9   to a qualifying hospital through the supplemental
10   disproportionate share and supplemental indirect
11   medical education adjustment as a separate item and
12   shall not include such payments in the amounts
13   otherwise reported as the reimbursement to a
14   qualifying hospital for services to medical assistance
15   recipients.

16     For purposes of this section, "supplemental
17   payment" means a supplemental payment amount paid for
18   medical assistance to a hospital qualifying for that
19   payment under this section.
20     Sec. 15.  STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA - DEPARTMENT OF
21   HUMAN SERVICES.  The department of human services
22   shall transfer to the state university of Iowa for the
23   purposes of the creative employment options program
24   the same amount of moneys in the fiscal year beginning
25   July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2000, as was
26   transferred in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1997,
27   and ending June 30, 1998.
28     Sec. 16.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1,
29   1999, and ending June 30, 2000, the state board of
30   regents may use notes, bonds, or other evidences of
31   indebtedness issued under section 262.48 to finance
32   projects that will result in energy cost savings in an
33   amount that will cause the state board to recover the
34   cost of the projects within an average of six years.
35     Sec. 17.  Notwithstanding section 270.7, the
36   department of revenue and finance shall pay the state
37   school for the deaf and the Iowa braille and sight
38   saving school the moneys collected from the counties
39   during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999, for
40   expenses relating to prescription drug costs for
41   students attending the state school for the deaf and
42   the Iowa braille and sight saving school.
43     Sec. 18.  Section 256.16, unnumbered paragraph 1,
44   Code 1999, is amended to read as follows:
45     Pursuant to section 256.7, subsection 5, the state
46   board shall adopt rules requiring all higher education
47   institutions providing practitioner preparation to
48   include in the professional education program,
49   preparation that contributes to education of students
50   with disabilities and students who are gifted and
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 1   talented, along with preparation in reading recovery
 2   and other reading programs, which must be successfully
 3   completed before graduation from the practitioner
 4   preparation program.
 5     Sec. 19.  Section 256.44, Code 1999, as amended by
 6   1999 Iowa Acts, House File 766, if enacted, is amended
 7   by adding the following new subsection:
 8     NEW SUBSECTION.  7.  Notwithstanding section 8.33,
 9   funds appropriated for purposes of this section which
10   remain unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the
11   fiscal year for which the funds were appropriated
12   shall not revert but shall be available for
13   expenditure for the following fiscal year for purposes
14   of this section.

15     Sec. 20. NEW SECTION.  256.67A  INSURANCE
16   ELIGIBILITY.
17     Personnel employed by a regional library shall be
18   considered state employees for purposes of eligibility
19   for receiving employee health and dental insurance as
20   provided to state employees by the department of
21   personnel.  If a regional library elects to
22   participate in a state employee health and dental
23   insurance program, the regional library shall continue
24   to pay the costs of employee participation in a
25   program from funds appropriated for purposes of the
26   regional libraries by the general assembly.
27     Sec. 21.  Section 261.2, Code 1999, is amended by
28   adding the following new subsection:
29     NEW SUBSECTION.  15.  Be prohibited from expending
30   interest moneys earned on accounts of the commission
31   located within the office of the treasurer of state
32   unless the general assembly specifically appropriates
33   the interest moneys for use by the commission.  If the
34   general assembly appropriates interest moneys
35   transferred from the Pub. L. No. 105-33 recall account
36   within the office of the treasurer of state to the
37   fund 61 default reduction account, the commission
38   shall adopt rules for the expenditure of the interest
39   moneys for purposes of issuing emergency loans to
40   assist needy students in avoiding default on a
41   guaranteed or parental loan made under this chapter.
42     Sec. 22.  Section 261.12, subsection 1, paragraph
43   b, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows:
44     b.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998
45   1999, and for each following fiscal year, three
46   thousand six nine hundred fifty dollars.
47     Sec. 23.  Section 261.17, subsection 4, Code 1999,
48   is amended to read as follows:
49     4.  The amount of a vocational-technical tuition
50   grant shall not exceed the lesser of six hundred fifty
Page 23
 1   dollars per year or the amount of the student's
 2   established financial need.
 3     Sec. 24.  Section 261.25, subsections 1 through 3,
 4   Code 1999, are amended to read as follows:
 5     1.  There is appropriated from the general fund of
 6   the state to the commission for each fiscal year the
 7   sum of forty-four forty-seven million six hundred
 8   sixty-four thousand seven hundred fifty dollars for
 9   tuition grants.
10     2.  There is appropriated from the general fund of
11   the state to the commission for each fiscal year the
12   sum of four hundred seventy-four ninety-eight thousand
13   eight five hundred forty dollars for scholarships.

14     3.  There is appropriated from the general fund of
15   the state to the commission for each fiscal year the
16   sum of two million two four hundred forty-four eighty-
17   two thousand one four hundred ninety-seven dollars for
18   vocational-technical tuition grants.
19     Sec. 25.  Section 261.25, subsection 4, Code 1999,
20   is amended by striking the subsection.
21     Sec. 26.  Section 261.71, subsection 1, paragraph
22   c, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows:
23     c.  The student practices agrees to practice in an
24   underserved area in the state of Iowa for a period of
25   time to be determined by the commission at the time
26   the loan is awarded.
27     Sec. 27.  Section 261.71, subsections 2 and 3, Code
28   1999, are amended to read as follows:
29     2. Of the moneys loaned to an eligible 
student,
30   for each year of up to and including 
four years of
31   practice in Iowa, an amount equal to 
twenty-five
32   percent of the original principal and the
33   proportionate share of accrued interest, or 
one
34   thousand one hundred dollars, whichever is 
greater,
35   shall be forgiven.  If a student fails to 
complete a
36   year of practice in the state, as practice 
is defined
37   by the college student aid commission, the 
loan amount
38   for that year shall not be forgiven. The 
contract for
39   the loan repayment shall stipulate the time period the
40   chiropractor shall practice in an underserved area in
41   this state.  In addition, the contract shall stipulate
42   that the chiropractor repay any funds paid on the
43   chiropractor's loan by the commission if the
44   chiropractor fails to practice in an underserved area
45   in this state for the required period of time.
46   Forgivable loans made to eligible students shall not
47   become due, for repayment purposes, until one year
48   after the student has graduated.  A loan that has not
49   been forgiven may be sold to a bank, savings and loan
50   association, credit union, or nonprofit agency
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 1   eligible to participate in the guaranteed student loan
 2   program under the federal Higher Education Act of
 3   1965, 20 U.S.C.  1071 et seq., by the commission when
 4   the loan becomes due for repayment.
 5     3.  For purposes of this section "graduate student"
 6   means a student who has completed at least ninety
 7   semester hours, or the trimester or quarter
 8   equivalent, of postsecondary course work at a public
 9   higher education institution or at an accredited
10   private institution, as defined under section 261.9.
11   "Underserved area" means a geographical area included
12   on the Iowa governor's health practitioner shortage

13   area list, which is compiled by the center for rural
14   health and primary care of the Iowa department of
15   public health.  The college student aid commission
16   shall adopt rules, consistent with rules used for
17   students enrolled in higher education institutions
18   under the control of the state board of regents, for
19   purposes of determining Iowa residency status of
20   graduate students under this section.  The commission
21   shall also adopt rules which provide standards,
22   guidelines, and procedures for the receipt,
23   processing, and administration of student applications
24   and loans under this section.
25     Sec. 28. NEW SECTION.  261.86  NATIONAL GUARD
26   EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
27     1.  A national guard educational assistance program
28   is established to be administered by the college
29   student aid commission for members of the Iowa
30   national guard who are enrolled as undergraduate
31   students in a community college, an institution of
32   higher learning under the state board of regents, or
33   an accredited private institution.  The college
34   student aid commission shall adopt rules pursuant to
35   chapter 17A to administer this section.  An individual
36   is eligible for the national guard educational
37   assistance program if the individual meets all of the
38   following conditions:
39     a.  Is a resident of the state and a member of an
40   Iowa army or air national guard unit while receiving
41   educational assistance pursuant to this section.
42     b.  Satisfactorily completed required initial
43   active duty training.
44     c.  Maintains satisfactory performance of duty upon
45   return from initial active duty training, including
46   attending a minimum ninety percent of scheduled drill
47   dates and attending annual training.
48     d.  Is enrolled as an undergraduate student in a
49   community college as defined in section 260C.2, an
50   institution of higher learning under the control of
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 1   the board of regents, or an accredited private
 2   institution as defined in section 261.9, and is
 3   maintaining satisfactory academic progress.
 4     e.  Provides proper notice of national guard status
 5   to the community college or institution at the time of
 6   registration for the term in which tuition benefits
 7   are sought.
 8     f.  Submits an application to the adjutant general
 9   of Iowa, on forms prescribed by the adjutant general,
10   who shall determine eligibility and whose decision is
11   final.

12     2.  The amount of educational assistance received
13   by a national guard member pursuant to this section
14   shall be determined by the adjutant general and shall
15   not exceed the resident tuition rate established for
16   institutions of higher learning under the control of
17   the state board of regents.  If the amount
18   appropriated in a fiscal year for purposes of this
19   section is insufficient to provide educational
20   assistance to all national guard members who apply for
21   the program and who are determined by the adjutant
22   general to be eligible for the program, the adjutant
23   general shall determine the amount of educational
24   assistance each eligible guard member shall receive.
25   However, educational assistance paid to an eligible
26   national guard member shall not be less than an amount
27   equal to fifty percent of the resident tuition rate
28   established for institutions of higher learning under
29   the control of the state board of regents.  The
30   adjutant general shall not determine educational
31   assistance amounts based upon a national guard
32   member's unit, the location at which drills are
33   attended, or whether the eligible individual is a
34   member of the Iowa army or air national guard.
35     3.  An eligible member of the national guard,
36   attending an institution as provided in subsection 1,
37   paragraph "d", as a full-time student, shall not
38   receive educational assistance under this section for
39   more than eight semesters, or if attending as a part-
40   time student for not more than sixteen semesters, of
41   undergraduate study, or the trimester or quarter
42   equivalent.  A national guard member who has met the
43   educational requirements for a baccalaureate degree is
44   ineligible for educational assistance under this
45   section.
46     4.  The eligibility of applicants and amounts of
47   educational assistance to be paid shall be certified
48   by the adjutant general of Iowa to the college student
49   aid commission, and all amounts that are or become due
50   to a community college, accredited private
Page 26
 1   institution, or institution of higher learning under
 2   the control of the state board of regents under this
 3   section shall be paid to the college or institution by
 4   the college student aid commission upon receipt of
 5   certification by the president or governing board of
 6   the educational institution as to accuracy of charges
 7   made, and as to the attendance and academic progress
 8   of the individual at the educational institution.  The
 9   college student aid commission shall maintain an
10   annual record of the number of participants and the

11   dollar value of the educational assistance provided.
12     5.  For purposes of this section, unless otherwise
13   required, "educational assistance" means the same as
14   "cost of attendance" as defined in Title IV, part B,
15   of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965 as
16   amended.
17     Sec. 29.  Section 294A.25, subsections 6, 11, and
18   12, Code 1999, are amended to read as follows:
19     6.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1997
20   1999, and ending June 30, 1998 2000, from phase III
21   moneys the amount of fifty thousand dollars to the
22   department of education for the geography alliance.
23     11.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998
24   1999, and ending June 30, 1999 2000, to the department
25   of education from phase III moneys the amount of one
26   million two hundred fifty thousand dollars for support
27   for the operations of the new Iowa schools development
28   corporation and for school transformation design and
29   implementation projects administered by the
30   corporation.  Of the amount provided in this
31   subsection, one hundred fifty thousand dollars shall
32   be used for the school and community planning
33   initiative.
34     12.  For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998
35   1999, and ending June 30, 2000, to the department of
36   education from phase III moneys the amount of one
37   hundred fifty thousand dollars to the Iowa public
38   broadcasting division for overnight transmitter feeds.
39     Sec. 30.  Section 294A.25, Code 1999, is amended by
40   adding the following new subsections:
41     NEW SUBSECTION.  13.  For the fiscal year beginning
42   July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2000, to the
43   department of education from phase III moneys the
44   amount of fifty thousand dollars for participation in
45   the national assessment of education progress.
46     NEW SUBSECTION.  14.  For the fiscal year beginning
47   July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2000, to the
48   department of education from phase III moneys the
49   amount of fifty thousand dollars for the Iowa
50   mathematics and science coalition.
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 1     Sec. 31.  EMERGENCY RULES.  The commission of
 2   libraries shall adopt emergency rules under section
 3   17A.4, subsection 2, and section 17A.5, subsection 2,
 4   paragraph "b", adopting the performance measures
 5   referred to in 286 IAC 3.6 and implement the
 6   provisions of section 7, subsection 5, paragraph "b",
 7   of this Act, and the rules shall be effective
 8   immediately upon filing unless a later date is
 9   specified in the rules.  Any rules adopted in

10   accordance with this section shall also be published
11   as a notice of intended action as provided in section
12   17A.4.
13     Sec. 32.  Section 261.21, Code 1999, is repealed.
14     Sec. 33.  EFFECTIVE DATES.
15     1.  Section 4 of this Act, relating to the
16   remaining national guard tuition aid balance, being
17   deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon
18   enactment.
19     2.  Section 5 of this Act, relating to the
20   remaining industrial technology forgivable loan
21   program balance, being deemed of immediate importance,
22   takes effect upon enactment.
23     3.  Section 9 of this Act, relating to board of
24   educational examiners licensing fees, being deemed of
25   immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.
26     4.  Section 10 of this Act, relating to the
27   distribution of FY 1999-2000 extended school year
28   grant moneys, being deemed of immediate importance,
29   takes effect upon enactment.
30     5.  Section 31 of this Act, relating to emergency
31   rules, being deemed of immediate importance, takes
32   effect upon enactment."
The House stood at ease at 1:56 p.m., until the fall of the gavel.
The House resumed session at 3:37 p.m., Speaker Corbett in the 
chair.
Schrader of Marion asked and received unanimous consent that 
amendment H-1695, to the committee amendment H-1618, be 
deferred.
Carroll of Poweshiek asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1702, to the committee amendment          
H-1618, filed by him on April 20, 1999.
Witt of Black Hawk asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1691, to the committee amendment          
H-1618, filed by Witt, et al., on April 19, 1999.
Scherrman of Dubuque offered the following amendment H?1693, 
to the committee amendment H?1618, filed by Scherrman, et al., and 
moved its adoption:
H-1693

 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 6, by striking line 7 and inserting the
 5   following:
 6   "	 $  1,000,000"
Roll call was requested by Scherrman of Dubuque and Schrader of 
Marion.
On the question "Shall amendment H-1693, to the committee 
amendment H-1618 be adopted?" (S.F. 464)
	The ayes were, 47:
Arnold	Bell	Bukta	Burnett
Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon
Connors	Doderer	Dotzler	Drees
Falck	Fallon	Foege	Ford
Frevert	Hoffman	Holveck	Huser
Jochum	Kreiman	Kuhn	Larkin
Mascher	May	Mertz	Mundie
Murphy	Myers	O'Brien	Osterhaus
Parmenter	Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson
Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz	Stevens
Taylor	Thomas	Warnstadt	Weigel
Whitead	Wise	Witt	
	The nays were, 52:
Alons	Barry	Baudler	Blodgett
Boddicker	Boggess	Bradley	Brauns
Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Drake	Eddie
Garman	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Heaton	Holmes
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Jacobs
Jager	Jenkins	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Larson	Lord	Martin
Metcalf	Millage	Nelson	Raecker
Rants	Siegrist	Sukup	Sunderbruch
Teig	Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven
Van Fossen	Weidman	Welter	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	Absent or not voting, 1:
Boal		
	Amendment H?1693 lost.

Rayhons of Hancock asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendments H-1728 and H-1731, to the committee 
amendment H-1618, filed by him from the floor.
Grundberg of Polk offered the following amendment H?1663, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by her and moved its 
adoption:
H-1663
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 6, line 13, by inserting after the word
 5   "commission." the following:  "The funds allocated as
 6   provided in this lettered paragraph shall not be used
 7   for the costs of administration by the division."
 8     2.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating
 9   as necessary.
Amendment H?1663 was adopted.
Stevens of Dickinson offered the following amendment H?1690, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by Stevens, et al., and 
moved its adoption:
H-1690
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 7, by striking line 30 and inserting the
 5   following:
 6   "	 $  7,811,324
 7     From the funds appropriated in this subsection,
 8   $150,000 shall be used for overnight transmitter
 9   feeds."
10     2.  Page 9, by inserting after line 21 the
11   following:
12     " ___.  GEOGRAPHY ALLIANCE
13     For support of the geography alliance:
14   	 $     50,000
15 .  NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATION PROGRESS
16     For participation in the national assessment of
17   education progress:
18   	 $     50,000
19      ___.  IOWA MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE COALITION

20     For the Iowa mathematics and science coalition:
21   	 $     50,000"
22     3.  Page 26, by striking lines 17 through 22 and
23   inserting the following:
24     "Sec. ___.  Section 294A.25, subsection 11, Code
25   1999, is amended to read as follows:"
26     4.  Page 26, by striking lines 34 through 50.
27     5.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating
28   as necessary.
Roll call was requested by Stevens of Dickinson and Wise of Lee.
On the question "Shall amendment H-1690, to the committee 
amendment H-1618 be adopted?" (S.F. 464)
	The ayes were, 43:
Arnold	Bell	Bukta	Burnett
Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon
Connors	Dotzler	Drees	Falck
Foege	Ford	Frevert	Holveck
Huser	Jochum	Kreiman	Kuhn
Larkin	Mascher	May	Mertz
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	O'Brien
Osterhaus	Parmenter	Reynolds	Richardson
Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz	Stevens
Taylor	Thomas	Warnstadt	Weigel
Whitead	Wise	Witt	
	The nays were, 53:
Alons	Barry	Baudler	Blodgett
Boddicker	Boggess	Bradley	Brauns
Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Drake	Eddie
Fallon	Garman	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Hoffman	Holmes	Horbach	Huseman
Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins	Johnson
Kettering	Klemme	Larson	Lord
Martin	Metcalf	Millage	Nelson
Raecker	Rants	Siegrist	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Teig	Thomson	Tyrrell
Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Weidman	Welter
Mr. Speaker
  Corbett
	Absent or not voting, 4:
Boal	Doderer	Houser	Rayhons
	Amendment H?1690 lost.

Wise of Lee offered amendment H?1687, to the committee 
amendment H?1618, filed by Wise, et al.,  and requested division as 
follows:
H-1687
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
H-1687A
 4     1.  Page 8, by striking line 37 and inserting the
 5   following:
 6   "	 $    750,000"
H-1687B
 7     2.  Page 9, by inserting after line 2 the
 8   following:
 9     " ___.  A school district that submits to the
10   department a claim for reimbursement in accordance
11   with this subsection shall develop and integrate
12   specific employability skills goals and activities
13   into the comprehensive school improvement plan
14   required under section 256.7, subsection 21, paragraph
15   "a"."
16     3.  By renumbering as necessary.
Wise of Lee moved the adoption of amendment H-1687A to the 
committee amendment H-1618.
Roll call was requested by Wise of Lee and Schrader of Marion.
On the question "Shall amendment H-1687A be adopted?" (S.F. 
464)
	The ayes were, 44:
Bell	Bukta	Burnett	Cataldo
Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors
Doderer	Dotzler	Drees	Falck
Foege	Ford	Frevert	Holveck
Huser	Jochum	Kreiman	Kuhn
Larkin	Mascher	May	Mertz
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	Nelson^
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Reynolds
Richardson	Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz
Stevens	Taylor	Thomas	Warnstadt
Weigel	Whitead	Wise	Witt
	The nays were, 55:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess	Bradley
Brauns	Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Dolecheck	Drake
Eddie	Fallon	Garman	Gipp
Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen
Heaton	Hoffman	Holmes	Horbach
Houser	Huseman	Jacobs	Jager
Jenkins	Johnson	Kettering	Klemme
Larson	Lord	Martin	Metcalf
Millage	Raecker	Rants	Rayhons
Siegrist	Sukup	Sunderbruch	Teig
Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen
Weidman	Welter	Mr. Speaker
			  Corbett
	Absent or not voting, 1:
Boal	
Amendment H?1687A lost.
Wise of Lee asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw 
amendment H-1687B, to the committee amendment H-1618.
Mascher of Johnson asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1698, to amendment H-1618, filed by her 
on April 19, 1999.
Frevert of Palo Alto offered the following amendment H?1699, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by her and Rayhons of 
Hancock and moved its adoption:
H-1699
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 11, by inserting after line 25 the
 5   following:
 6     "Sec. ___.  REGIONAL LIBRARIES STUDY.  The
 7   legislative council is requested to establish an
 8   interim study committee to review the issues

 9   concerning making regional library staff state
10   employees.  The interim study committee shall submit a
11   report of recommendations concerning these issues and
12   recommendations for any necessary legislation to the
13   general assembly by December 1, 1999."
14     2.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating
15   as necessary.
Amendment H?1699 was adopted.
Mascher of Johnson offered the following amendment H?1692, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by Mascher, et al., and 
moved its adoption:
H-1692
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 13, by striking lines 9 and 10 and
 5   inserting the following:
 6   "	 $238,144,141
 7   	 FTEs       4,049.62"
 8     2.  Page 16, by striking lines 30 and 31 and
 9   inserting the following:
10   "	 $186,348,896
11   	 FTEs       3,600.88"
12     3.  Page 17, by striking lines 40 and 41 and
13   inserting the following:
14   "	 $ 83,572,982
15   	 FTEs      1,406.86"
Roll call was requested by Mascher of Johnson and Schrader of 
Marion.
On the question "Shall amendment H-1692, to the committee 
amendment H-1618 be adopted?" (S.F. 464)
	The ayes were, 41:
Bell	Bukta	Burnett	Cataldo
Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon	Doderer
Dotzler	Foege	Ford	Frevert
Holveck	Huser	Jochum	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Mascher	May
Mertz	Mundie	Murphy	Myers
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Reynolds
Richardson	Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz^
Stevens	Taylor	Thomas	Thomson
Warnstadt	Weigel	Whitead	Wise
Witt	
	The nays were, 54:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess	Bradley
Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Drake	Eddie
Fallon	Garman	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Hoffman	Holmes	Horbach	Houser
Huseman	Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins
Johnson	Kettering	Klemme	Larson
Lord	Martin	Metcalf	Millage
Nelson	Raecker	Rants	Rayhons
Siegrist	Sukup	Sunderbruch	Teig
Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Weidman
Welter	Mr. Speaker
		  Corbett
	Absent or not voting, 5:
Boal	Brauns	Connors	Drees
Falck	
Amendment H?1692 lost.
Heaton of Henry asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1686, to the committee amendment          
H-1618, filed by him and Garman of Story on April 19, 1999.
Nelson of Marshall offered the following amendment H?1739, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by her and Parmenter of 
Story from the floor, and moved its adoption:
H-1739
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 16, by striking line 30 and inserting the
 5   following:
 6   "	 $186,098,896"
 7     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
Amendment H?1739 lost.
	Mertz of Kossuth asked and received unanimous consent to 

withdraw amendment H-1705, to the committee amendment          
H-1618, filed by Mertz, et al., on April 20, 1999.
Weigel of Chickasaw offered amendment H?1697, to the committee 
amendment H?1618, filed by him and Shoultz of Black Hawk as 
follows:
H-1697
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 22, by inserting after line 4 the
 5   following:
 6     "Sec. ___.  UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA STUDY.  The
 7   university of northern Iowa and the Iowa high school
 8   athletic association shall evaluate the relocation of
 9   the state high school wrestling tournament to the UNI
10   Dome to better accommodate the large quantity of
11   individuals wishing to attend the tournament."
12     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
Hansen of Pottawattamie rose on a point of order that amendment 
H-1697, to the committee amendment H-1618, was not germane.
The Speaker ruled the point well taken and amendment H-1697 
not germane.
Scherrman of Dubuque offered the following amendment H?1694, 
to the committee amendment H?1618, filed by Scherrman, et al., and 
moved its adoption:
H-1694
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 23, line 7, by striking the word "six"
 5   and inserting the following:  "six nine".
 6     2.  Page 23, line 8, by striking the word "sixty-
 7   four" and inserting the following:  "sixty-four
 8   fourteen".
Roll call was requested by Scherrman of Dubuque and Schrader of 
Marion.
	On the question "Shall amendment H-1694, to the committee 

amendment H-1618 be adopted?" (S.F. 464)
	The ayes were, 44:
Alons	Bell	Bukta	Burnett
Cataldo	Chapman	Chiodo	Cohoon
Connors	Doderer	Dotzler	Drees
Falck	Foege	Ford	Frevert
Holveck	Huser	Jochum	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Mascher	May
Mertz	Mundie	Murphy	Myers
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter	Reynolds
Richardson	Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz
Stevens	Taylor	Thomas	Warnstadt
Weigel	Whitead	Wise	Witt
	The nays were, 52:
Arnold	Barry	Baudler	Blodgett
Boddicker	Boggess	Bradley	Brauns
Brunkhorst	Carroll	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Drake	Eddie
Fallon	Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg
Hahn	Hansen	Hoffman	Holmes
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Jacobs
Jager	Jenkins	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Larson	Lord	Martin
Metcalf	Millage	Nelson	Rants
Rayhons	Siegrist	Sukup	Sunderbruch
Teig	Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven
Van Fossen	Weidman	Welter	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	Absent or not voting, 4:
Boal	Garman	Heaton	Raecker	
Amendment H?1694 lost.
Mascher of Johnson offered the following amendment H?1689, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by her and Burnett of Story 
and moved its adoption:
H-1689
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 26, by inserting after line 16 the
 5   following:

 6     "Sec. ___.  Section 273.11, subsection 2, paragraph
 7   c, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows:
 8     c.  Support for curriculum development,
 9   instruction, and assessment for reading, language
10   arts, social studies, math mathematics and science,
11   using research-based methodologies."
12     2.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating
13   as necessary.
Amendment H?1689 lost.
Rants of Woodbury offered the following amendment H?1736, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by him and Hansen of 
Pottawattamie from the floor and moved its adoption:
H-1736
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 26, by inserting after line 16 the
 5   following:
 6     "Sec. ___.  Section 261.111, Code 1999, is amended
 7   by striking the section and inserting in lieu thereof
 8   the following:
 9     261.111  TEACHER SHORTAGE FORGIVABLE LOAN PROGRAM.
10     1.  A teacher shortage forgivable loan program is
11   established to be administered by the college student
12   aid commission.  An individual is eligible for the
13   forgivable loan program if the individual is a
14   resident of this state who is enrolled as a sophomore,
15   junior, senior, or graduate student in an approved
16   practitioner preparation program in a designated area
17   in which teacher shortages are anticipated, at an
18   institution of higher learning under the control of
19   the state board of regents or an accredited private
20   institution as defined in section 261.9.
21     2.  The director of the department of education
22   shall annually designate the areas in which teacher
23   shortages are anticipated.  The director shall
24   periodically conduct a survey of school districts,
25   accredited nonpublic schools, and approved
26   practitioner preparation programs to determine current
27   shortage areas and predict future shortage areas.
28     3.  Each applicant shall, in accordance with the
29   rules of the commission, do the following:
30     a.  Complete and file an application for a teacher
31   shortage forgivable loan.  The individual shall be
32   responsible for the prompt submission of any
33   information required by the commission.

34     b.  File a new application and submit information
35   as required by the commission annually on the basis of
36   which the applicant's eligibility for the renewed
37   forgivable loan will be evaluated and determined.
38     4.  Forgivable loans to eligible students shall not
39   become due until after the student graduates or leaves
40   school.  The individual's total loan amount, including
41   principal and interest, shall be reduced by twenty
42   percent for each year in which the individual remains
43   an Iowa resident and is employed in Iowa by a school
44   district or an accredited nonpublic school as a
45   practitioner in the teacher shortage area for which
46   the loan was approved.  If the commission determines
47   that the person does not meet the criteria for
48   forgiveness of the principal and interest payments,
49   the commission shall establish a plan for repayment of
50   the principal and interest over a ten-year period.  If
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 1   a person required to make the repayment does not make
 2   the required payments, the commission shall provide
 3   for payment collection.
 4     5.  The amount of a teacher shortage forgivable
 5   loan shall not exceed three thousand dollars annually,
 6   or the amount of the student's established financial
 7   need, whichever is less.
 8     6.  The commission shall prescribe by rule the
 9   interest rate for the forgivable loan.
10     7.  A teacher shortage forgivable loan repayment
11   fund is created for deposit of payments made by
12   forgivable loan recipients who do not fulfill the
13   conditions of the forgivable loan program and any
14   other moneys appropriated to or received by the
15   commission for deposit in the fund.  Notwithstanding
16   section 8.33, moneys deposited in the fund shall not
17   revert to the general fund of the state at the end of
18   any fiscal year but shall remain in the forgivable
19   loan repayment fund and be continuously available to
20   make additional loans under the program.
21   Notwithstanding section 12C.7, subsection 2, interest
22   or earnings on moneys deposited in the fund shall be
23   credited to the fund.
24     8.  For purposes of this section, unless the
25   context otherwise requires, "teacher" means the same
26   as defined in section 272.1."
27     2.  Page 27, by striking line 13 and inserting the
28   following:
29     "Sec. ___.  Sections 261.21 and 261.112, Code 1999,
30   are repealed."
31     3.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating

32   as necessary.
Amendment H?1736 was adopted.
Osterhaus of Jackson asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendment H-1688, to the committee amendment          
H-1618, filed by him on April 19, 1999.
Scherrman of Dubuque offered the following amendment H?1696, 
to the committee amendment H?1618, filed by him and moved its 
adoption:
H-1696
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 26, by inserting after line 50 the
 5   following:
 6     "Sec. ___.  Section 303.16, Code 1999, is amended
 7   by adding the following new subsection:
 8     NEW SUBSECTION.  10.  a.  The general assembly
 9   finds that the country school that served Iowa's
10   educational needs for much of its history offered a
11   unique opportunity to students and communities,
12   providing for multigenerational attendance, high
13   educational performance, a safe environment, a focus
14   for community support, and a caring, attentive
15   environment.
16     b.  A country schools historical resource
17   preservation grant program is therefore established to
18   be administered by the historical division for the
19   preservation of one-room and two-room buildings once
20   used as country schools.  In developing grant approval
21   criteria, the division shall place a priority on the
22   educational uses planned for the country school
23   building, which may include, but are not limited to,
24   historical interpretation and use as a teaching museum
25   or as an operational classroom accessible to a school
26   district or accredited nonpublic school for
27   provisional instructional purposes.
28     c.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this
29   section, the amount of a grant shall not exceed
30   twenty-five thousand dollars and applicants shall
31   match grant funding on a dollar-for-dollar basis, of
32   which at least one-half of the local match must be in
33   cash."
34     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
	Amendment H?1696 was adopted.

Wise of Lee offered the following amendment H?1695, to the 
committee amendment H?1618, filed by Wise, et al., previously 
deferred, and moved its adoption:
H-1695
 1     Amend the committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 1, by inserting after line 46 the
 5   following:
 6     " ___.  IOWA WORKER RETRAINING FORGIVABLE LOAN
 7   PROGRAM
 8     For the Iowa worker retraining forgivable loan
 9   program as established in section 261.114:
10   	 $  1,750,000"
11     2.  Page 2, by inserting after line 41 the
12   following:
13     "Sec. ___.  FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000 OCCUPATIONAL
14   SHORTAGE AREAS.  Notwithstanding section 261.114,
15   subsection 2, for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
16   1999, and ending June 30, 2000, the Iowa workforce
17   development board, in consultation with the
18   departments of education and economic development and
19   the college student aid commission, shall designate
20   skill shortage areas for purposes of the Iowa worker
21   retraining forgivable loan program."
22     3.  Page 26, by inserting after line 16 the
23   following:
24     "Sec. ___. NEW SECTION.  261.114  IOWA WORKER
25   RETRAINING FORGIVABLE LOAN PROGRAM.
26     1.  An Iowa worker retraining forgivable loan
27   program is established to be administered by the
28   college student aid commission.  An individual is
29   eligible for the forgivable loan program if the
30   individual is a resident of this state who is enrolled
31   at a community college as established under chapter
32   260C, an institution of higher learning under the
33   control of the state board of regents, or an
34   accredited private institution as defined in section
35   261.9, in a designated skill area in which
36   occupational shortages are anticipated as determined
37   pursuant to subsection 2.
38     2.  The governor's skills forecasting council shall
39   annually designate the skill areas in which
40   occupational shortages are anticipated.  In
41   designating skills areas in which occupational
42   shortages are anticipated, the council shall consider
43   the quality of the jobs in the occupational shortage

44   area.  In rating the quality of the jobs, the council
45   shall place greater emphasis on those jobs that have a
46   higher wage scale, have a lower turnover rate, are
47   full-time or career-type positions, provide
48   comprehensive health benefits, or have factors
49   associated with them that are indicative of jobs
50   higher in quality than jobs in other occupational
Page 2  
 1   shortage areas.
 2     3.  Each applicant shall, in accordance with the
 3   rules of the commission, do the following:
 4     a.  Complete and file an application, on forms
 5   provided by the commission, for an Iowa worker
 6   retraining forgivable loan.  The individual shall be
 7   responsible for the submission of the financial
 8   information required for evaluation of the applicant's
 9   need for a forgivable loan, on forms determined by the
10   commission.
11     b.  File a new application and financial
12   information annually on the basis of which the
13   applicant's eligibility for a renewed forgivable loan
14   will be evaluated and determined.
15     4.  Forgivable loans to eligible students shall not
16   become due until after the student graduates or leaves
17   school.  The individual's total loan amount, including
18   principal and interest, shall be reduced by twenty-
19   five percent for each year in which the individual
20   remains an Iowa resident and is employed in Iowa in
21   the skill shortage area for which the loan was
22   approved.  If the commission determines that the
23   person does not meet the criteria for forgiveness of
24   the principal and interest payments, the commission
25   shall establish a plan for repayment of the principal
26   and interest over a five-year period.  If a person
27   required to make the repayment does not make the
28   required payments, the commission shall provide for
29   payment collection.
30     5.  The amount of an Iowa worker retraining
31   forgivable loan shall not exceed one thousand five
32   hundred dollars annually, or the amount of the
33   student's established financial need, whichever is
34   less.  However, if the loan amount approved by the
35   commission exceeds the student's expenses for tuition,
36   room and board, and mandatory fees, the balance shall
37   be distributed to the student for whom the loan was
38   made.  However, the commission may exceed the maximum
39   loan amount based upon the demand for loans or an
40   extraordinary demand for trained workers in a skill
41   shortage area.
42     6.  The commission shall prescribe by rule the

43   interest rate for the forgivable loan.
44     7.  An Iowa worker retraining forgivable loan fund
45   is created for deposit of payments made by forgivable
46   loan recipients who do not fulfill the conditions of
47   the forgivable loan program, or by businesses who wish
48   to contribute financial assistance on behalf of
49   current or former employees.  Notwithstanding section
50   8.33, moneys deposited in the fund shall not revert to
Page 3
 1   the general fund of the state at the end of any fiscal
 2   year but shall remain in the forgivable loan fund and
 3   be continuously available to make additional loans
 4   under the program.  Notwithstanding section 12C.7,
 5   subsection 2, interest or earnings on moneys deposited
 6   in the Iowa worker retraining forgivable loan fund
 7   shall be credited to the fund.
 8     8.  The commission shall adopt rules for
 9   determining financial need, defining tuition and
10   mandatory fees, defining residence for the purposes of
11   this section, processing and approving applications
12   for loan forgiveness, and determining priority of loan
13   forgiveness.  The commission shall give priority to
14   students who have the greatest demonstrated financial
15   need, who wish to upgrade their skills, and who are
16   earning not more than two dollars over the minimum
17   wage as established in section 91D.1.  The commission
18   shall also give priority to a person whose present or
19   former employer contributes financial assistance as
20   provided in subsection 7 on behalf of the person, and
21   the level of priority shall be based upon the amount
22   of the present or former employer's contribution."
23     4.  By renumbering, relettering, and redesignating
24   as necessary.
Amendment H?1695 lost.
Hansen of Pottawattamie offered amendment H?1725, to the 
committee amendment H?1618, filed by him from the floor, 
previously deferred, as follows:
H-1725
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 4, by striking line 20 and inserting the
 5   following:
 6   "	 $      50,000"

 7     2.  Page 6, by striking line 7 and inserting the
 8   following:
 9   "	 $    700,000"
10     3.  Page 8, by striking line 15 and inserting the
11   following:
12   "	 $    650,000"
13     4.  Page 8, by striking line 37 and inserting the
14   following:
15   "	 $    185,000"
16     5.  Page 8, lines 41 and 42, by striking the words
17   and figure "enrolled in grade 12".
18     6.  Page 9, by inserting after line 2 the
19   following:
20     " ___.  A school district that submits to the
21   department a claim for reimbursement in accordance
22   with this subsection shall develop and integrate
23   specific employability skills goals and activities
24   into the comprehensive school improvement plan
25   required under section 256.7, subsection 21, paragraph
26   "a"."
27     7.  Page 9, by inserting after line 21 the
28   following:
29     " ___.  BEGINNING TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM
30     For purposes of the beginning teacher induction
31   program as provided in section 256E.2, if enacted by
32   1999 Iowa Acts, Senate File 232:
33   	 $    300,000
34     Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated
35   in this section that remain unencumbered or
36   unobligated at the close of the fiscal year shall not
37   revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
38   the purposes designated until the close of the
39   succeeding fiscal year."
40     8.  Page 10, line 47, by striking the figure
41   "460,000" and inserting the following:  "675,000".
42     9.  Page 11, by inserting after line 25 the
43   following:
44     " ___.  The sum of $165,000 to the department of
45   education for reimbursement of school district claims
46   for the costs of acquiring and using employability
47   skills assessment tools as provided in section 7,
48   subsection 14, of this Act.
49      ___.  The sum of $50,000 to the department of
50   cultural affairs for the local arts comprehensive
Page 2  
 1   educational strategies program (LACES) for contracting
 2   with the Iowa alliance for arts education to execute
 3   their local arts comprehensive educational strategies.
 4   The sum reallocated in this lettered paragraph is in
 5   addition to funds appropriated in section 6,

 6   subsection 5, of this Act."
 7     10.  Page 11, lines 30 and 31, by striking the
 8   words "the boards of directors of the community
 9   colleges" and inserting the following:
10   "representatives of the Iowa association of community
11   college trustees".
12     11.  Page 13, by striking line 9 and inserting the
13   following:
14   "	 $237,554,141"
15     12.  Page 16, by striking line 30 and inserting
16   the following:
17   "	 $185,808,896"
18     13.  Page 16, by striking line 47 and inserting
19   the following:
20   "	 $ 22,706,446"
21     14.  Page 17, by striking line 40 and inserting
22   the following:
23   "	 $ 83,402,982"
24     15.  Page 19, by striking lines 9 through 12.
25     16.  By striking page 21, line 43, through page
26   22, line 4 and inserting the following:
27     "Sec. ___.  Section 256.22, subsection 2, Code
28   1999, is amended to read as follows:
29     2.  Grant moneys shall be distributed to qualifying
30   school districts by the department no later than
31   October 15, 1998 1999.  Grant amounts shall be
32   distributed as determined by the department."
33     17.  Page 22, by inserting after line 46 the
34   following:
35     "Sec. ___.  Section 261.17, subsection 3,
36   unnumbered paragraph 1, Code 1999, is amended to read
37   as follows:
38     A qualified full-time student may receive
39   vocational-technical tuition grants for not more than
40   four semesters, eight quarters or the trimester or
41   quarter equivalent of two full years of study. The
42   amount of a vocational-technical tuition grant 
to a A
43   qualified part-time student enrolled in a course of
44   study including at least three semester hours but
45   fewer than twelve semester hours or the trimester or
46   quarter equivalent shall be equal to the amount 
of a
47   tuition grant that would be paid to a 
full-time
48   student times a number which represents the 
number of
49   hours in which the part-time student is 
actually
50   enrolled divided by twelve semester hours, may 
receive
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 1   vocational-technical tuition grants for not more than
 2   eight semesters or the trimester or quarter equivalent
 3   of two full years of full-time study."
 4     18.  Page 22, line 49, by inserting after the

 5   figure "4." the following:  "a."
 6     19.  Page 22, line 50, by inserting after the word
 7   "grant" the following:  "to a qualified full-time
 8   student".
 9     20.  Page 23, by inserting after line 2 the
10   following:
11     "b.  The amount of a vocational-technical tuition
12   grant to a qualified part-time student enrolled in a
13   course of study including at least three semester
14   hours but fewer than twelve semester hours or the
15   trimester or quarter equivalent shall be equal to the
16   amount of a vocational-technical tuition grant that
17   would be paid to a full-time student, except that the
18   commission shall prorate the amount in a manner
19   consistent with the federal Pell grant program
20   proration."
21     21.  Page 23, by inserting after line 20 the
22   following:
23     "Sec. ___.  Section 261.38, subsection 1, Code
24   1999, is amended to read as follows:
25     1.  The commission shall establish a loan reserve
26   account from which any default on a 
guaranteed student
27   loan shall be paid and an agency operating account as
28   authorized by the federal Higher Education Act of
29   1965.  The commission shall credit to this account
30   these accounts all moneys designated exclusively for
31   the reserve fund provided for the state student loan
32   program by the United States, the state of Iowa, or
33   any of their agencies, departments or
34   instrumentalities, as well as any funds accruing to
35   the program which are not required for current
36   administrative expenses.  The department of management
37   shall determine the actuarially sound reserve
38   requirement for the amount of guaranteed 
loans
39   outstanding commission may expend moneys in the loan
40   reserve and agency operating accounts as authorized by
41   the federal Higher Education Act of 1965.
42     Sec. ___.  Section 261.38, subsection 2, Code 1999,
43   is amended by striking the subsection.
44     Sec. ___.  Section 261.38, subsections 3, 4, and 5,
45   Code 1999, are amended to read as follows:
46     3.  The payment of any funds for the default on a
47   guaranteed student loan shall be solely from the loan
48   reserve account and agency operating accounts.  The
49   general assembly shall not be obligated to appropriate
50   any moneys to pay for any defaults or to appropriate
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 1   any moneys to be credited to the loan reserve account.
 2   The commission shall not give or lend the credit of
 3   the state of Iowa.

 4     4. Funds Notwithstanding section 8.33, funds on
 5   deposit in the loan reserve account or in the
 6   administrative account and operating accounts shall
 7   not revert to the state general fund at the close of
 8   any fiscal year.
 9     5.  The treasurer of state shall invest any funds,
10   including those in the loan reserve account and
11   operating accounts, and, notwithstanding section
12   12C.7, the interest income earned shall be credited
13   back to the loan reserve appropriate account.
14     Sec. ___.  Section 261.38, subsection 6, Code 1999,
15   is amended by striking the subsection.
16     Sec. ___.  Section 261.38, subsection 7, unnumbered
17   paragraph 1, Code 1999, is amended to read as follows:
18     The commission may expend funds in the reserve
19   account and enter into agreements with the Iowa
20   student loan liquidity corporation in order to
21   increase access for students to education loan
22   programs that the commission determines meet the
23   education needs of Iowa residents.  The agreements
24   shall permit the establishment, funding, and operation
25   of alternative education loan programs, as described
26   in section 144(b)(1)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code
27   of 1986 as amended, as defined in section 422.3, in
28   addition to programs permitted under the federal
29   Higher Education Act of 1965.  In accordance with
30   those agreements, the Iowa student loan liquidity
31   corporation may issue bonds, notes, or other
32   obligations to the public and others for the purpose
33   of funding the alternative education loan programs.
34   This authority to issue such bonds, notes, or other
35   obligations shall be in addition to the authority
36   established in the articles of incorporation and
37   bylaws of the Iowa student loan liquidity
38   corporation."
39     22.  By renumbering, relettering, and
40   redesignating as necessary.
The House stood at ease at 5:28 p.m., until the fall of the gavel.
The House resumed session at 6:25 p.m., Speaker Corbett in the 
chair.
Hansen of Pottawattamie moved the adoption of amendment      
H-1725, to the committee amendment H-1618.
Amendment H?1725 was adopted.
	Chiodo of Polk asked and received unanimous consent to withdraw 

amendment H-1742, to the committee amendment H-1618, filed by 
Chiodo, Mascher of Johnson and Wise of Lee, from the floor.
Mascher of Johnson offered the following amendment H?1743, to 
the committee amendment H?1618, filed by her from the floor and 
moved its adoption:
H-1743
 1     Amend the Committee amendment, H-1618, to Senate
 2   File 464, as amended, passed, and reprinted by the
 3   Senate, as follows:
 4     1.  Page 21, by inserting after line 42 the
 5   following:
 6     "Sec. ___.  Section 256.11, Code 1999, is amended
 7   by adding the following new subsection:
 8     NEW SUBSECTION.  9.  Unless a waiver has been
 9   obtained under section 256.11A, each school or school
10   district shall have an articulated sequential
11   elementary-secondary guidance program for grades
12   kindergarten through twelve and a guidance counselor
13   who meets the licensing standards prescribed by the
14   board of educational examiners.  In determining the
15   requirements of this subsection for nonpublic schools,
16   the department shall evaluate the schools on a school
17   system basis rather than on an individual school
18   basis.
19     Sec. ___.  Section 256.11A, subsection 1, Code
20   1999, is amended to read as follows:
21     1.  Schools and school districts unable to meet the
22   standard adopted by the state board requiring 
each
23   school or school district operating a 
kindergarten
24   through grade twelve program to provide an 
articulated
25   sequential elementary-secondary guidance program may,
26   not later than August 1, 1995 1999, for the school
27   year beginning July 1, 1995 1999, file a written
28   request to the department of education that the
29   department waive the requirement, for established in
30   section 256.11, subsection 9, that a school or school
31   district operating a kindergarten through grade twelve
32   program, provide an articulated sequential elementary-
33   secondary guidance program.  The procedures specified
34   in subsection 3 apply to the request.  Not later than
35   August 1, 1996 2000, for the school year beginning
36   July 1, 1996 2000, the board of directors of a school
37   district or the authorities in charge of a nonpublic
38   school may request a one-year extension of the
39   waiver."
40     2.  By renumbering as necessary.
	Amendment H?1743 lost.

Hansen of Pottawattamie moved the adoption of the committee 
amendment H-1618, as amended.
The committee amendment H-1618, as amended, was adopted, 
placing amendment H-1534 filed by Scherrman of Dubuque on April 
12, 1999, out of order.
Hansen of Pottawattamie 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?" (S.F. 464)
	The ayes were, 96:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Connors	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck
Dotzler	Drake	Drees	Eddie
Falck	Fallon	Foege	Ford
Frevert	Garman	Gipp	Greiner
Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen	Heaton
Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck	Horbach
Houser	Huseman	Huser	Jacobs
Jager	Jenkins	Jochum	Johnson
Kettering	Klemme	Kuhn	Larkin
Larson	Lord	Martin	Mascher
May	Mertz	Metcalf	Millage
Mundie	Murphy	Myers	Nelson
Osterhaus	Raecker	Rants	Rayhons
Reynolds	Richardson	Scherrman	Schrader
Shoultz	Siegrist	Stevens	Sukup
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig	Thomas
Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen
Warnstadt	Weidman	Weigel	Welter
Whitead	Wise	Witt	Mr. Speaker
				  Corbett
	The nays were, 3:
Kreiman	O'Brien	Parmenter	
		Absent or not voting, 1:

Boal	
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 Senate File 464 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
Appropriations Calendar
House File 766, a bill for an act relating to the national board 
certification awards, establishing a national board certification pilot 
project, and requiring studies by the department of education, was 
taken up for consideration.
Grundberg of Polk offered the following amendment H?1726 filed 
by her from the floor and moved its adoption:
H-1726
 1     Amend House File 766 as follows:
 2     1.  By striking everything after the enacting
 3   clause and inserting the following:
 4     "Section 1.  Section 256.44, Code 1999, is amended
 5   by striking the section and inserting in lieu thereof
 6   the following:
 7     256.44  NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION PILOT PROJECT.
 8     1.  A national board certification pilot project is
 9   established to be administered by the department of
10   education.  A teacher, as defined in section 272.1,
11   who registers for or achieves national board for
12   professional teaching standards certification, and who
13   is employed by a school district in Iowa and receiving
14   a salary as a classroom teacher, may be eligible for
15   the following:
16     a.  If a teacher registers for national board for
17   professional teaching standards certification prior to
18   June 30, 2002, a one-time initial reimbursement award
19   in the amount of up to one-half of the registration
20   fee paid by the teacher for registration for
21   certification by the national board for professional
22   teaching standards.  The teacher shall apply to the
23   department of education within one year of
24   registration, submitting to the department any

25   documentation the department requires.  A teacher who
26   receives an initial reimbursement award shall receive
27   a one-time final registration award in the amount of
28   the remaining national board registration fee paid by
29   the teacher if the teacher notifies the department of
30   the teacher's certification achievement and submits
31   any documentation requested by the department.
32     b.  (1)  If, by May 1, 2000, the teacher applies to
33   the department for an annual award and submits
34   documentation of certification by the national board
35   for professional teaching standards, an annual award
36   in the amount of five thousand dollars.  However, if
37   the teacher does not achieve certification on the
38   teacher's first attempt to pass the national board for
39   professional teaching standards assessment, the
40   teacher shall be paid the award amount as provided in
41   subparagraph (2) upon achieving certification.  The
42   department shall award not more than a total of fifty
43   thousand dollars in annual awards to an individual
44   during the individual's term of eligibility for annual
45   awards.
46     (2)  If the teacher registers for national board
47   for professional teaching standards certification
48   between January 1, 1999, and January 1, 2002, and
49   achieves certification within three years from the
50   date of initial score notification, an annual award in
Page 2  
 1   the amount of two thousand five dollars upon achieving
 2   certification by the national board of professional
 3   teaching standards.
 4     To receive an annual award pursuant to this
 5   paragraph "b", a teacher shall apply to the department
 6   for an award within one year of eligibility.  Payment
 7   for awards shall be made only upon departmental
 8   approval of an application or recertification of
 9   eligibility.  A term of eligibility shall be for ten
10   years or for the years in which the individual
11   maintains a valid certificate, whichever time period
12   is shorter.  In order to continue receipt of payments,
13   a recipient shall annually recertify eligibility.
14     2.  a.  If the amount appropriated annually for
15   purposes of this section is insufficient to pay the
16   full amount of reimbursement awards in accordance with
17   subsection 1, paragraph "a", the department shall
18   annually prorate the amount of the registration awards
19   provided to each teacher who meets the requirements of
20   this section.
21     b.  If the amount appropriated annually for
22   purposes of providing an annual award in accordance
23   with subsection 1, paragraph "b", is insufficient to

24   pay the full annual award to all teachers approved by
25   the department for an annual award, the department
26   shall prorate the amount of the annual award based
27   upon the amount appropriated.
28     3.  A teacher receiving an annual award pursuant to
29   this section may provide additional services to the
30   school district that employs the teacher.  The
31   additional services to be provided by the teacher may
32   be mutually agreed upon by the school district and the
33   teacher.
34     4.  Awards shall be paid to teachers by the
35   department as follows:
36     a.  Upon receipt of reimbursement documentation as
37   provided in subsection 1, paragraph "a".
38     b.  Not later than June 1 to teachers whose
39   applications and recertifications for annual awards as
40   provided in subsection 1, paragraph "b", are submitted
41   to the department by May 1 and subsequently approved.
42     5.  Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary,
43   a teacher approved by the department to receive an
44   annual award for certification in accordance with this
45   section in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998,
46   shall receive the annual award amount specified in
47   subsection 1, paragraph "b", subparagraph (1), to
48   commence with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999.
49     6.  From funds appropriated for purposes of this
50   section by the general assembly to the department of
Page 3
 1   education for each fiscal year in the fiscal period
 2   beginning July 1, 1999, and ending June 30, 2004,
 3   three hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as
 4   may be necessary, shall be used for the payment of
 5   registration awards as provided in subsection 4,
 6   paragraph "a".
 7     7.  The department shall prorate the amount of the
 8   annual awards paid in accordance with this section
 9   when the number of award recipients exceeds one
10   thousand one hundred individuals.
11     Sec. 2.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STUDIES.  The
12   department of education shall conduct a study of the
13   effects of the national board certification pilot
14   project established in section 256.44 on teaching
15   quality, professional development, the provision of
16   additional services to school districts in accordance
17   with section 256.44, subsection 3, and teacher
18   induction and retention in this state.  The department
19   shall consider whether the effects of the pilot
20   project support continuation of the project or
21   expansion to include other teacher awards or
22   recognitions.  The department shall submit its

23   findings and recommendations in a report to the
24   chairpersons and ranking members of the senate and
25   house standing committees on education and the joint
26   subcommittee on education appropriations by December
27   1, 2001.
28     Sec. 3.  EMERGENCY RULES.  The department of
29   education may adopt emergency rules under section
30   17A.4, subsection 2, and section 17A.5, subsection 2,
31   paragraph "b", to implement the provisions of this Act
32   and the rules shall be effective immediately upon
33   filing unless a later date is specified in the rules.
34   Any rules adopted in accordance with this section
35   shall also be published as a notice of intended action
36   as provided in section 17A.4."
Chiodo of Polk in the chair at 6:45 p.m.
Amendment H?1726 was adopted placing the following 
amendments out of order:
Amendments H-1666, H-1667 and H-1668, filed by Mascher of 
Johnson on April 19, 1999.
Amendment H-1719 filed by Mascher of Johnson on April 20, 
1999.
Grundberg 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. 766)
	The ayes were, 93:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Bell	Blodgett	Boddicker	Boggess
Bradley	Brauns	Brunkhorst	Bukta
Burnett	Carroll	Cataldo	Chapman
Cohoon	Connors	Corbett, Spkr.	Cormack
Davis	Dix	Doderer	Dolecheck
Drake	Drees	Eddie	Fallon
Foege	Ford	Frevert	Gipp
Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn	Hansen
Heaton	Hoffman	Holmes	Holveck
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Huser
Jacobs	Jager	Jenkins	Jochum
Johnson	Klemme	Kreiman	Kuhn
Larkin	Larson	Lord	Martin^
Mascher	May	Mertz	Metcalf
Millage	Mundie	Murphy	Myers
Nelson	O'Brien	Osterhaus	Parmenter
Raecker	Rants	Rayhons	Reynolds
Richardson	Scherrman	Schrader	Siegrist
Stevens	Sukup	Sunderbruch	Taylor
Teig	Thomas	Thomson	Tyrrell
Van Engelenhoven	Van Fossen	Warnstadt	Weidman
Welter	Whitead	Wise	Witt
Chiodo,
  Presiding
	The nays were, 6:
Dotzler	Falck	Garman	Kettering
Shoultz	Weigel	
	Absent or not voting, 1:
Boal	
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 766 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
Unfinished Business Calendar
Senate File 324, a bill for an act relating to certain franchise 
agreements and the rights and responsibilities of the parties under 
such agreements, with report of committee recommending 
amendment and passage, was taken up for consideration.
Metcalf of Polk offered amendment H-1335 filed by the committee 
on commerce and regulation as follows:
H-1335
 1     Amend Senate File 324, as amended, passed, and
 2   reprinted by the Senate, as follows:
 3     1.  Page 13, by striking lines 30 through 32.
Roll call was requested by Metcalf of Polk and Jager of Black 
Hawk.
	On the question "Shall the committee amendment H-1335 be 

adopted?" (S.F. 324)
	The ayes were, 37:
Alons	Barry	Baudler	Bell
Blodgett	Boggess	Bradley	Carroll
Cataldo	Chapman	Corbett, Spkr.	Dolecheck
Eddie	Ford	Grundberg	Hahn
Hansen	Hoffman	Holmes	Horbach
Jacobs	Jenkins	Johnson	Larson
Lord	May	Metcalf	Raecker
Rants	Siegrist	Sukup	Teig
Thomson	Van Fossen	Weidman	Welter
Chiodo,
  Presiding
	The nays were, 61:
Arnold	Boddicker	Brauns	Brunkhorst
Bukta	Burnett	Cohoon	Connors
Cormack	Davis	Dix	Doderer
Dotzler	Drake	Drees	Falck
Fallon	Foege	Frevert	Garman
Gipp	Greiner	Heaton	Holveck
Houser	Huseman	Huser	Jager
Jochum	Kettering	Klemme	Kreiman
Kuhn	Larkin	Martin	Mascher
Mertz	Millage	Mundie	Murphy
Myers	Nelson	O'Brien	Osterhaus
Parmenter	Rayhons	Reynolds	Richardson
Scherrman	Schrader	Shoultz	Stevens
Sunderbruch	Taylor	Thomas	Van Engelenhoven
Warnstadt	Weigel	Whitead	Wise
Witt	
	Absent or not voting, 2:
Boal	Tyrrell	
The committee amendment H-1335 lost.
Siegrist of Pottawattamie asked and received unanimous consent 
that Senate File 324 be deferred and that the bill retain its place on 
the calendar.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Leave of absence was granted as follows:
	Cataldo of Polk, until his return, on request of Chiodo of Polk. 

Ways and Means Calendar
House File 769, a bill for an act relating to the classification of 
apartments in condominiums for purposes of property taxation, was 
taken up for consideration.
Lord of Dallas offered the following amendment H?1734 filed by 
him and moved its adoption:
Speaker pro tempore Rants in the chair at 7:55 p.m.
Speaker Corbett in the chair at 7:56 p.m.
H-1734
 1     Amend House File 769 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 1, line 19, by inserting after the word
 3   "habitation." the following:  "However, if such
 4   apartment would be classified as commercial property
 5   pursuant to the rules of the department of revenue and
 6   finance for the assessment year beginning January 1,
 7   2000, the taxable value of the apartment for that
 8   assessment year and subsequent assessment years shall
 9   be increased by twenty percent until such time as the
10   taxable value of the apartment equals the taxable
11   value of the apartment if it was assessed as
12   commercial property and at such time the apartment
13   shall be classified according to the rules of the
14   department of revenue and finance."
15     2.  Page 1, line 31, by inserting after the word
16   "habitation." the following:  "However, if such
17   apartment would be classified as commercial property
18   pursuant to the rules of the department of revenue and
19   finance for the assessment year beginning January 1,
20   2000, the taxable value of the apartment for that
21   assessment year and subsequent assessment years shall
22   be increased by twenty percent until such time as the
23   taxable value of the apartment equals the taxable
24   value of the apartment if it was assessed as
25   commercial property and at such time the apartment
26   shall be classified according to the rules of the
27   department of revenue and finance."
A non-record roll call was requested.
	The ayes were 36, nays 53.

Amendment H?1734 lost.
Doderer of Johnson asked and received unanimous consent to 
withdraw amendments H-1735 and H-1748 filed by her from the 
floor.
Doderer of Johnson offered amendment H?1747 filed by her from 
the floor as follows:
H-1747
 1     Amend House File 769 as follows:
 2     1.  Page 1, by inserting before line 32 the
 3   following:
 4     "Sec. ___.  PROPERTY TAX SHIFT - APPROPRIATION.
 5     1.  The department of revenue and finance shall
 6   estimate for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2001,
 7   the amount of property taxes that have been shifted to
 8   cash class of property as a result of the enactment of
 9   section 2 of this Act.  The amount of property tax
10   shift shall be estimated for each city, county, and
11   school district.
12     2.  There is appropriated from the general fund of
13   the state to the department of revenue and finance for
14   the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2001, the amount
15   estimated in subsection 1.  The department shall pay
16   by April 1, 2002, to each county the total amount of
17   property taxes shifted to property located in the
18   county.  The county shall refund to owners of each
19   class of property to which property taxes where
20   shifted as estimated in subsection 1 a pro rata amount
21   of the money received from the department."
The following amendment H-1751, to amendment H-1747, filed by 
Doderer of Johnson from the floor was adopted by unanimous 
consent.
H-1751
 1     Amend amendment H-1747, to House File 769 as
 2   follows:
 3     1.  Page 1, line 8, by striking the word "cash"
 4   and inserting the following:  "each".
Doderer of Johnson moved the adoption of amendment H-1747, as 
amended.
A non-record roll call was requested.

The ayes were 17, nays 45.
Amendment H?1747, as amended, lost.
Drake of Pottawattamie 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. 769)
	The ayes were, 75:
Alons	Arnold	Barry	Baudler
Blodgett	Boggess	Bradley	Brauns
Brunkhorst	Bukta	Carroll	Chapman
Chiodo	Cohoon	Cormack	Davis
Dix	Dolecheck	Drake	Eddie
Falck	Fallon	Foege	Garman
Gipp	Greiner	Grundberg	Hahn
Hansen	Heaton	Hoffman	Holmes
Horbach	Houser	Huseman	Jacobs
Jager	Jenkins	Johnson	Kettering
Klemme	Larkin	Larson	Lord
Martin	May	Mertz	Metcalf
Millage	Mundie	Myers	Nelson
O'Brien	Osterhaus	Raecker	Rants
Rayhons	Scherrman	Siegrist	Stevens
Sukup	Sunderbruch	Taylor	Teig
Thomas	Thomson	Tyrrell	Van Engelenhoven
Van Fossen	Warnstadt	Weidman	Welter
Whitead	Witt	Mr. Speaker
			  Corbett
	The nays were, 20:
Bell	Burnett	Doderer	Dotzler
Drees	Ford	Frevert	Holveck
Huser	Jochum	Kreiman	Kuhn
Mascher	Murphy	Parmenter	Reynolds
Richardson	Schrader	Shoultz	Weigel	
	Absent or not voting, 5:
Boal	Boddicker	Cataldo	Connors
Wise	
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 769 be immediately messaged to the Senate.
MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
The following message was received from the Senate:
Mr. Speaker: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Senate has on 
April 21, 1999, passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House is asked:
Senate File 470, a bill for an act relating to campaign finance disclosure by 
regulating express advocacy of candidates and ballot issues, requiring annual 
authorization for political representation financed from deductions from wages, dues, 
and fees, providing and applying penalties, providing an effective date and for 
applicability, and providing for severability.
MICHAEL E. MARSHALL, Secretary
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS
House File 775, by committee on ways and means, a bill for an 
act increasing the state foundation base for purposes of the state 
school aid funding formula and including effective and applicability 
date provisions.
Read first time and placed on the ways and means calendar.
House File 776, by committee on ways and means, a bill for an 
act relating to urban renewal.
Read first time and placed on the ways and means calendar.
House File 777, by committee on ways and means, a bill for an 
act relating to the limited licensure of motor vehicle rental companies 
by authorizing motor vehicle rental companies to offer and sell 
certain types of insurance with the rental of vehicles, providing for 
licensure of counter employees, relating to the use of qualified vendor 
for purposes of administering examinations, and providing for a fee 

for license issuance.
Read first time and placed on the ways and means calendar.
House File 778, by committee on ways and means, a bill for an 
act providing an individual and corporate tax credit for the 
acquisition of assistive technology or the modification of the 
workplace in order to assist persons with a disability in the workplace 
and including an effective and applicability date provision.
Read first time and placed on the ways and means calendar.
EXPLANATIONS OF VOTE
I was necessarily absent from the House chamber on April 21, 
1999. Had I been present, I would have voted "aye" on House File 
448.
HUSER of Polk
I was necessarily absent from the House chamber on April 21, 
1999. Had I been present, I would have voted "aye" on House Files 
172 and 700.
THOMAS of Clayton
BILLS ENROLLED, SIGNED AND SENT TO GOVERNOR
The Chief Clerk of the House submitted the following report:
Mr. Speaker: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports that the 
following bills have been examined and found correctly enrolled, signed by the 
Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate, and presented to the 
Governor for his approval on this 21st day of April, 1999: House Files 311, 662 
and 713.
ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON
Chief Clerk of the House
Report adopted.
BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

A communication was received from the Governor announcing that 
on April 20, 1999, he approved and transmitted to the Secretary of 
State the following bill:
Senate File 264, an act relating to the regulatory authority of the natural resource 
commission on the Sac and Fox tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa settlement in Tama 
county.
Also: That on April 21, 1999, he approved and transmitted to the 
Secretary of State the following bills:
House File 38, an act eliminating references to an obsolete federal requirement 
relating to the attachment of an adoption information form to an adoption petition and 
decree.
House File 349, an act eliminating requirements relating to the department of 
natural resources adopting rules requiring public water systems to test source water.
House File 489,  an act eliminating certain requirements relating to the regulation 
of infectious waste.
Senate File 265, an act relating to the taking of muskrats by colony trap.
Senate File 276, an act relating to health care service and treatment coverage by 
providing for continuity of care, discussion and advocacy of treatment options, coverage 
of emergency room services, utilization review requirements, and an external review 
process, and providing an effective date.
Senate File 366, an act making a supplemental appropriation for the fiscal year 
beginning July 1, 1998, for replacement of certain embedded chips in the technology 
and equipment of state departments and providing an effective date.
PRESENTATION OF VISITORS
The Speaker announced that the following visitors were present in 
the House chamber:
Sixty high school students from Tipton High School, Tipton, 
accompanied by Barb Cary and Mike Droll. By Boddicker of Cedar.
Students from Dunkerton, accompanied by George Pickup. By 
Dotzler of Black Hawk and Brunkhorst of Bremer.
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
1999\769	Associated General Contractors of Iowa, Des Moines - For 
underwriting the twice daily legislative updates on WOI/AM Public 
Radio during the 78th General Assembly, First Session.
1999\770	Mary and Lyle Bradley, Ottumwa - For celebrating their 50th wedding 
anniversary.
1999\771	Amy Huseman, Aurelia - For being inducted into the National Honor 
Society.
1999\772	Erin Huseman, Aurelia - For being inducted into the National Honor 
Society.
1999\773	Edna Mesenbrink, Onawa - For celebrating her 90th birthday.
1999\774	Ella Ann Neumann, Strawberry Point - For celebrating her 80th 
birthday.
1999\775	Gladys Orcutt, Guttenberg - For celebrating her 80th birthday.
1999\776	Rosella and Bob Boleyn, Elgin - For celebrating their 50th wedding 
anniversary.
1999\777	Gretchen and Raymond Hochhaus, Strawberry Point - For celebrating 
their 65th wedding anniversary.
1999\778	Gertie and Rodney Drewes, West Union - For celebrating their 60th 
wedding anniversary.
1999\779	Delores and Gilbert Holly, Luana - For celebrating their 50th wedding 
anniversary.
HOUSE STUDY BILL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
H.S.B. 263  Ways and Means
Relating to the appropriation made for the livestock production tax 
credit.
H.S.B. 264  Ways and Means

Relating to solid waste by removing wine from the definition of 
beverage in the mandatory beverage container deposit law, allowing 
the allocation of landfill alternative financial assistance moneys, and 
making encouragement of curbside recycling a public policy of the 
state.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS
MR. SPEAKER: The Chief Clerk of the House respectfully reports 
that the following committee recommendations have been received 
and are on file in the office of the Chief Clerk.
ELIZABETH A. ISAACSON
Chief Clerk of the House
COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
Senate File 136, a bill for an act relating to the administration of the tax and 
related laws by the department of revenue and finance, including administration of 
state individual income, corporate income, franchise, sales and use, motor fuel, 
cigarette and tobacco, local option, inheritance and estate, and property taxes, and the 
livestock production credit; providing penalties; and including effective and retroactive 
applicability date provisions.
Fiscal Note is not required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass with amendment H-1737 April 20, 1999.
Senate File 462, a bill for an act relating to veterans' benefits, veterans 
preference, veterans' claims, reimbursement for military service tax exemption, and 
providing a penalty and applicability date.
Fiscal Note is required. 
Recommended Amend and Do Pass with amendment H-1730 April 20, 1999.
Senate File 469, a bill for an act relating to the state sales and use taxes by 
providing for the effective date for any rate increase or decrease, filing of consolidated 
sales tax returns by affiliated corporations, changing the statute of limitations for 
assessing tax and applying for refunds and relating to local sales and services taxes by 
providing the effective dates for imposing, repealing, or changing rates, allowing cities 
in more than one county to impose the tax, providing for refunds of tax payable to 
construction contractors, allowing for 28E agreements to be entered into between 
school districts and counties or other school districts, and providing for utilization of 
excess revenue for property tax reduction, and including retroactive applicability and 
effective dates.
	Fiscal Note is not required. 

Recommended Amend and Do Pass with amendment H-1729 April 20, 1999.
Committee Bill (Formerly House File 727), relating to urban renewal and urban 
revitalization, by making changes related to certain property located in an urban 
renewal area, to duration of urban renewal areas, to certification of urban renewal 
debt, to tax increment financing of urban renewal projects, to improvements related to 
urban renewal projects, and to annual reporting on urban renewal areas, and providing 
for the Act's applicability.
Fiscal Note is not required. 
Recommended Amend and Do Pass April 20, 1999.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 261), increasing the state foundation 
base for purposes of the state school aid funding formula and including effective and 
applicability date provisions.
Fiscal Note is required.
Recommended Do Pass April 20, 1999.
Committee Bill (Formerly House Study Bill 262), relating to the limited licensure 
of motor vehicle rental companies by authorizing motor vehicle rental companies to 
offer and sell certain types of insurance with the rental of vehicles, providing for 
licensure of counter employees, relating to the use of qualified vendor for purposes of 
administering examinations, and providing for a fee for license issuance.
Fiscal Note is required.
Recommended Amend and Do Pass April 20, 1999.
AMENDMENTS FILED
H-1722	H.F.	772	Blodgett of Cerro Gordo
H-1723	H.F.	772	Falck of Fayette
H-1724	H.F.	772	Falck of Fayette
H-1727	H.F.	218	Senate Amendment
H-1729	S.F.	469	Committee on Ways and Means
H-1730	S.F.	462	Committee on Ways and Means
H-1737	S.F.	136	Committee on Ways and Means
H-1738	H.F.	772	Brauns of Muscatine
H-1741	S.F.	136	Holmes of Scott
			Shoultz of Black Hawk
H-1744	S.F.	76	Sukup of Franklin
H-1745	S.F.	76	Sukup of Franklin
H-1746	H.F.	772	Wise of Lee
H-1749	H.F.	476	O'Brien of Boone

			Drees of Carroll
			Fallon of Polk
H-1750	H.F.	747	Dix of Butler
H-1752	H.F.	772	Dix of Butler
			Huser of Polk
H-1753	H.F.	476	Metcalf of Polk
H-1754	H.F.	476	Houser of Pottawattamie
			Arnold of Lucas
			Fallon of Polk
On motion by Siegrist of Pottawattamie the House adjourned at 8:57 
p.m., until 8:45 a.m., Thursday, April 22, 1999.
1574	JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE	101st Day
101st Day	WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1999	1573

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