House Journal: Page 34: Tuesday, January 11, 2000
COMMITTEE TO NOTIFY THE SENATE
Carroll of Poweshiek moved that a committee of three be appointed
to notify the Senate that the House was ready to receive it in joint
The motion prevailed and the Speaker appointed as such
committee Carroll of Poweshiek, Nelson-Forbes of Marshall and
Reynolds of Van Buren.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO NOTIFY THE SENATE
Carroll of Poweshiek, chair of the committee appointed to notify
the Senate that the House was ready to receive it in joint convention,
reported that the committee had performed its duty.
The report was accepted and the committee discharged.
The Sergeant-at-Arms announced the arrival of the President of
the Senate, the Secretary of the Senate and the honorable body of the
The President was escorted to the Speaker’s station, the Secretary
to the Chief Clerk’s desk and the members of the Senate were seated
in the House chamber.
In accordance with law and House Concurrent Resolution 101,
duly adopted, the joint convention was called to order at 9:50 a.m,
President Kramer presiding.
Senator Iverson of Wright moved that the roll call be dispensed
with and that the President of the joint convention be authorized to
declare a quorum present.
The motion prevailed.
President Kramer announced a quorum present and the joint
convention duly organized.
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