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Senate Journal: Thursday, February 10, 2000

  THIRTY-SECOND CALENDAR DAY
  TWENTIETH SESSION DAY

  Senate Chamber
  Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday, February 10, 2000

  The Senate met in regular session at 9:18 a.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  Prayer was offered by the Reverend Julie Wehner, pastor of the
  United Methodist Church of Fremont, Iowa, guest of Senator Hedge.

  The Journal of Wednesday, February 9, 2000, was approved.

  SPECIAL GUESTS

  Senator Black welcomed Stephen S. F. Chen, Ambassador to the
  United States; Sheng Sung Yang, Director General, Taipei Economic
  and Cultural Office in Chicago; and Hank Liu, Aide to Director
  General Yang.

  Ambassador Chen addressed the Senate with brief remarks.

  The Senate rose and expressed its appreciation.

  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for immediate consideration Senate Concurrent Resolution 103.

  Senate Concurrent Resolution 103

  On motion of Senator Kibbie, Senate Concurrent Resolution 103,
  a concurrent resolution relating to the observation of the decade of
  the bone and joint, with report of committee recommending passage,
  was taken up for consideration.
  Senator Kibbie moved the adoption of Senate Concurrent
  Resolution 103, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  LEAVES OF ABSENCE

  Leaves of absence were granted as follows:

  Senators Flynn, Deluhery, and Gronstal, until they arrive, on request of
  Senator
  Fraise; and Senator Black, until he returns, on request of Senator Fraise.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Ways and Means Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate File 2089.

  Senate File 2089

  On motion of Senator Johnson, Senate File 2089, a bill for an act
  relating to collection of the physical plant and equipment property
  tax levy in certain urban renewal areas and providing an
  applicability date, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Johnson moved that the bill be read the last time now and
  placed upon its passage, which motion prevailed by a voice vote, and
  the bill was read the last time.

  On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (S.F. 2089), the vote was:

  Ayes, 47:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Drake
  Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Hedge	Horn	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	Judge	Kibbie
  King	Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby
  Maddox	McCoy	McKean	McKibben
  McLaren	Miller	Redfern	Redwine
  Rehberg	Rife	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman

  Nays, none.
  Absent or not voting, 3:

  Black	Deluhery	Flynn

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

  IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that
  Senate Concurrent Resolution 103 and Senate File 2089 be
  immediately messaged to the House.

  CONFIRMATION OF GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS

  In accordance with Senate Rule 59, Senator Iverson called up the
  following eligible appointees on the En Bloc Confirmation Calendar:

  Gilbert "Ron" Dardis, State of Iowa Adjutant General

  Billie Houck, Board of Barber Examiners

  Donald Tietz, Board of Corrections

  Alan Hathaway, Board of Dental Examiners

  Laura Hawks, Landscape Architectural Examining Board

  Bruce Hughes, Board of Medical Examiners

  Karen Thomsen, Board of Mortuary Science Examiners

  Kelly Rasmussen, Narcotics Enforcement Advisory Council

  Marilyn Spina, Board of Optometry Examiners

  Cathy Addington, Iowa Comprehensive Petroleum Underground
  Storage Tank Fund Board

  Ruth Daggett, Board of Psychology Examiners

  Luther Gammon, Real Estate Appraiser Examining Board
  Eldon Boswell, Renewable Fuels and Coproducts Advisory
  Committee

  Marianne Mickelson, Board of Speech Pathology and Audiology
  Examiners

  Mildred Dawson, Commission of Veterans Affairs
  Jesse Rodriquez, Commission of Veterans Affairs

  Sarah Garst, Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine
  Paul Willis, Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine

  Senator Iverson moved that the foregoing appointees be confirmed
  by the Senate.

  On the question "Shall the appointees be confirmed?" the vote was:

  Ayes, 47:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Drake
  Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Hedge	Horn	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	Judge	Kibbie
  King	Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby
  Maddox	McCoy	McKean	McKibben
  McLaren	Miller	Redfern	Redwine
  Rehberg	Rife	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 3:

  Black	Deluhery	Flynn

  The appointees, having received a two-thirds vote, were declared
  to have been confirmed by the Senate.

  CONFIRMATION OF GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENT
  (Individual Confirmation Calendar)

  Senator Iverson called up the appointment of Mark F. Wandro, as
  Director of Transportation, placed on the Individual Confirmation
  Calendar on February 2, 2000, and found on page 175 of the Senate
  Journal.

  Senator Iverson moved that the foregoing appointment be
  confirmed by the Senate.

  On the question "Shall the appointee be confirmed?" the vote was:

  Ayes, 47:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Drake
  Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Hedge	Horn	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	Judge	Kibbie
  King	Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby
  Maddox	McCoy	McKean	McKibben
  McLaren	Miller	Redfern	Redwine
  Rehberg	Rife	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 3:

  Black	Deluhery	Flynn		

  The appointee, having received a two-thirds vote, was declared to
  have been confirmed by the Senate.

  HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED

  The following messages were received from the Chief Clerk of the
  House:

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
  House has on February 10, 2000, passed the following bills in which the
  concurrence
  of the Senate is asked:

  House Concurrent Resolution 105, a concurrent resolution
  demanding the Iowa Housing Corporation return state moneys to the
  Iowa Finance Authority and requesting the Iowa Finance Authority
  to honor contractual obligations with the Iowa Housing Corporation.
  Read first time and passed on file.

  House File 2153, a bill for an act relating to drug policy
  coordination, including establishment of a drug policy coordinator,
  the governor's office of drug control policy, and a drug policy advisory
  council.

  Read first time and passed on file.

  House File 2169, a bill for an act relating to the appointment of
  emergency management coordinators.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Local Government.

  House File 2170, a bill for an act regarding application of the
  margin of error for chemical test evidence used in operating while
  intoxicated prosecutions.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary.
  APPENDIX

  COMMUNICATION RECEIVED

  The following communication was received in the office of the
  Secretary of the Senate and placed on file in the Legislative Service
  Bureau:

  February 10, 2000

  DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

  Standing Appropriations Report for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1998 and
  1999,
  as required by Iowa Code, section 8.6, subsection 2.

  CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION

  The Secretary of the Senate issued the following certificates of
  recognition:

  Sarah Harper, Iowa Falls - For receiving a bronze distinguished finalist
  medallion
  for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.  Senator Iverson (02/10/00).

  Clay Kramer, Waukon - For achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.  Senator Zieman
  (02/10/00).

  Jeffrey Vittenbogaard, Sheldon - For receiving a bronze distinguished
  finalist
  medallion for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.  Senator Veenstra
  (02/10/00).

  REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

  COMMERCE

  Convened:  February 9, 2000, 3:40 p.m.

  Members Present:  Jensen, Chair; Maddox, Vice Chair; Bolkcom, Flynn,
  Gronstal,
  Hansen, Johnson, King, Lamberti, Lundby, McCoy, Redfern, Redwine, and
  Schuerer.

  Members Absent:  Deluhery, Ranking Member (excused).

  Committee Business:  Recommended confirmation of Governor's appointees.
  Approved SSB 3053.

  Adjourned:  4:02 p.m.
  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION AND
  REGULATION

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:15 a.m.

  Members Present:  Redwine, Chair; and Sexton.

  Members Absent:  Bartz, Vice Chair; McCoy, Ranking Member; and Flynn (all
  excused).

  Committee Business:  Presentation regarding Iowa Uniform State Laws
  Commission.

  Adjourned:  10:35 a.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL
  RESOURCES

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:05 a.m.

  Members Present:  Behn, Chair; Hedge, Vice Chair; and Fink.

  Members Absent:  Black, Ranking Member; and Gaskill (both excused).

  Committee Business:  Presentations by DNR and Dept. of Management.

  Adjourned:  10:50 p.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:10 a.m.

  Members Present:  Rehberg, Chair; Redfern, Vice Chair; Horn, Ranking Member;
  and Kibbie.

  Members Absent:  McLaren (excused).

  Committee Business:  Discussed budgets for State Library and community
  colleges.

  Adjourned:  11:45 a.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:03 a.m.

  Members Present:  Rife, Chair; Zieman, Vice Chair; Bolkcom, Ranking Member;
  and
  McKibben.

  Members Absent:  Dearden (excused).

  Committee Business:  Presentation on Healthy Iowans 2010 agenda.  Budget
  presentations for the Commission on Veterans Affairs and the Iowa Veterans
  Home.
  Adjourned:  11:26 a.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:15 a.m.

  Members Present:  Tinsman, Chair; Veenstra, Vice Chair; Hammond, Ranking
  Member; Miller, and Szymoniak.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Presentations by Dept. of Human Services, Governor's
  Child
  Care Task Force, Rockwell ChildCare, and HAWK-I.

  Adjourned:  12:16 p.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON JUSTICE SYSTEM

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:13 a.m.

  Members Present:  Maddox, Chair; Angelo, Vice Chair; Dvorsky, Ranking
  Member;
  and Fraise.

  Members Absent:  McKean (excused).

  Committee Business:  Dept. of Corrections FY 2000 budget presentation.

  Adjourned:  11:20 a.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION,
  INFRASTRUCTURE, AND CAPITALS

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 10:12 a.m.

  Members Present:  Freeman, Chair; Jensen, Vice Chair; Johnson, and Shearer.

  Members Absent:  Connolly, Ranking Member (excused).

  Committee Business:  Presentations by DOT, Lewis and Clark Rural Water
  System,
  and Southern Iowa Conservation Authority.

  Adjourned:  11:23 p.m.

  HUMAN RESOURCES

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 1:10 p.m.

  Members Present:  Boettger, Chair; Redwine, Vice Chair; Szymoniak, Ranking
  Member; Bartz, Behn, Dvorsky, Hammond, Harper, Miller, Schuerer, Tinsman,
  and
  Veenstra.

  Members Absent:  Shearer (excused).
  Committee Business:  Discussed SSB 3121.

  Adjourned:  2:05 p.m.

  JUDICIARY

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 3:01 p.m.

  Members Present:  McKean; Chair; Lamberti, Vice Chair; Hansen, Ranking
  Member;
  Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky, Fraise, Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McKibben, Miller,
  Redfern, and Tinsman.

  Members Absent:  McCoy (excused).

  Committee Business:  Subcommittee assignments.  Approved SSBs 3021, as
  amended, 3066, and 3068.

  Adjourned:  3:16 p.m.

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 2:17 p.m.

  Members Present:  Rittmer, Chair; Lamberti, Vice Chair; Kibbie, Ranking
  Member;
  Dearden, Drake, Fink, Lundby, Maddox, Schuerer, Sexton, and Szymoniak.

  Members Absent:  Connolly, Deluhery, King, and McLaren (all excused).

  Committee Business:  Subcommittee assignments.  Recommended confirmation of
  Governor's appointees.  Approved SSB 3076. Passed SF 2062, as amended, and
  SF 2077.

  Adjourned:  2:43 p.m.

  TRANSPORTATION

  Convened:  February 10, 2000, 1:05 p.m.

  Members Present:  Drake, Chair; Sexton, Vice Chair; McCoy, Ranking Member;
  Fink, Fraise, Freeman, Jensen, Judge, Kibbie, McKean, McKibben, Rittmer, and
  Zieman.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Recommended confirmation of Governor's appointee.
  Approved SSBs 3030.1 and 3115.

  Adjourned:  2:40 p.m.
  INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

  Senate File 2121, by committee on Education, a bill for an act
  providing for additional local funding authority under the
  instructional support levy for school districts.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and placed on calendar.

  Senate File 2122, by Schuerer, a bill for an act relating to the
  criminal penalties for a person under legal age who purchases,
  attempts to purchase, or possesses an alcoholic beverage.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Judiciary.

  Senate File 2123, by Hammond, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Harper, Kibbie,
  McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, Judge, and Gronstal, a bill for an act
  relating to and making an appropriation from the tobacco settlement
  fund to the department of human services for reimbursement of
  providers under the medical assistance program and providing an
  effective date and providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Human Resources.

  Senate File 2124, by Schuerer, a bill for an act establishing
  family investment program eligibility requirements involving
  participation in drug testing and compliance with a treatment plan.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Human Resources.

  Senate File 2125, by Kibbie, a bill for an act relating to
  mandatory reporters of dependent adult abuse.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Human Resources.

  Senate File 2126, by Johnson, Boettger, Rehberg, Szymoniak,
  McKibben, Lundby, Soukup, Harper, McCoy, Bolkcom, Tinsman,
  Shearer, Dvorsky, Hammond, Dearden, Gronstal, and Maddox, a bill
  for an act relating to third-party payment of health care coverage
  costs for prescription contraceptive drugs, devices, and services.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Commerce.

  Senate File 2127, by Rehberg, a bill for an act relating to a school
  district's transportation of children participating in open enrollment.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Education.

  Senate File 2128, by Dvorsky, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Gronstal, Harper, Judge,
  Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, and Szymoniak, a bill for an act
  relating to and making appropriations from the tobacco settlement
  fund to the Iowa department of public health for the development of
  an environmental epidemiology program, and providing an effective
  date and providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2129, by Bolkcom, Black, Connolly, Dearden,
  Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hansen, Harper, Kibbie,
  McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, Judge, Gronstal, and Szymoniak, a bill for
  an act relating to and making appropriations from the tobacco
  settlement fund to the Iowa department of public health for a poison
  control center, and providing an effective date and providing for
  retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2130, by McCoy, a bill for an act providing a tax
  credit for volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services
  personnel under the individual income tax and providing effective
  and retroactive applicability dates.
  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on Ways
  and Means.

  Senate File 2131, by Bolkcom, Szymoniak, Shearer, Judge,
  Flynn, Fink, Connolly, Black, Kibbie, Fraise, Hansen, Dvorsky,
  Hammond, Harper, Soukup, Dearden, McCoy, Gronstal, Deluhery,
  and Horn, a bill for an act establishing a pharmaceutical assistance
  program for the elderly, providing a penalty, and providing an
  appropriation.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Human Resources.

  Senate File 2132, by Bolkcom, Black, Connolly, Dearden,
  Deluhery, Fink, Fraise, Hammond, Harper, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer,
  Soukup, Judge, and Szymoniak, a bill for an act relating to adoption
  of rules by state agencies pertaining to development, acquisition, or
  disposal of land.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on State
  Government.

  Senate File 2133, by Lundby, a bill for an act relating to
  registration information of leased vehicles and making a penalty
  applicable.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Transportation.

  Senate File 2134, by McCoy, a bill for an act providing special
  service members of the Iowa public employees' retirement system
  with disability retirement benefits.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on State
  Government.

  Senate File 2135, by Gronstal, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hammond,
  Hansen, Harper, Judge, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, and
  Szymoniak, a bill for an act relating to and making an appropriation
  from the tobacco settlement fund to the department of human
  services to provide presumptive eligibility for children under the
  medical assistance program, and providing an effective date and
  providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2136, by Gronstal, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hammond,
  Hansen, Harper, Horn, Judge, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, and
  Szymoniak, a bill for an act relating to and making an appropriation
  from the tobacco settlement fund to the department of human
  services to provide for twelve-month continuous eligibility for
  children under the medical assistance program, and providing an
  effective date and providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2137, by Gronstal, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hammond,
  Hansen, Harper, Horn, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, and
  Szymoniak, a bill for an act relating to and making appropriations
  from the tobacco settlement fund to the Iowa department of public
  health and to the department of personnel for smoking cessation
  programs, and providing an effective date and providing for
  retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2138, by Gronstal, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hansen, Harper,
  Hammond, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, Judge, and Szymoniak,
  a bill for an act relating to and making appropriations from the
  tobacco settlement fund to the Iowa department of public health for
  substance abuse treatment, and providing an effective date and
  providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.
  Senate File 2139, by Fraise, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly, Dearden,
  Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Hansen, Harper, Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer,
  Soukup, Judge, Gronstal, and Szymoniak, a bill for an act relating to
  and making an appropriation from the tobacco settlement fund to the
  Iowa department of public health for cardiovascular disease
  prevention, and providing an effective date and providing for
  retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2140, by Hammond, Black, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Dearden, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Fink, Flynn, Fraise, Hansen, Harper,
  Kibbie, McCoy, Shearer, Soukup, Judge, Gronstal, and Szymoniak, a
  bill for an act relating to and making an appropriation from the
  tobacco settlement fund to the department of inspections and appeals
  for food safety resources, and providing an effective date and
  providing for retroactive applicability.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and referred to committee on
  Appropriations.

  Senate File 2141, by committee on State Government, a bill for
  an act creating a merchant marine bonus fund and making an
  appropriation.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and placed on calendar.

  Senate File 2142, by committee on Judiciary, a bill for an act
  relating to crime victim compensation.

  Read first time under Rule 28 and placed on calendar.

  STUDY BILLS RECEIVED

  SSB 3121	Human Resources

  Relating to the establishment of a long-term care program,
  including the creation of a long-term care trust fund, providing for
  appropriation of the moneys in the fund, and making appropriations.
  SSB 3122	Natural Resources and Environment

  Increasing certain fees related to the generation, transportation,
  storage, and disposal of hazardous waste.

  SSB 3123	Natural Resources and Environment

  Relating to the taking of fish and game by establishing residency
  requirements and methods of taking fish and subjecting violators to
  an existing penalty.

  SSB 3124	Natural Resources and Environment

  Removing rulemaking requirements for the special waste
  authorization program.

  SSB 3125	Judiciary

  Relating to the application of earned time credits against a
  criminal sentence.

  SSB 3126	Commerce

  Providing for the establishment of protected cells by domestic
  insurers.

  SSB 3127	Local Government

  Relating to adoption of rules by state agencies pertaining to
  development, acquisition, or disposal of land.

  SSB 3128	Local Government

  Relating to the limitation on property taxes for cities and counties
  and providing for the Act's applicability.

  SSB 3129	Judiciary

  To prohibit the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in
  undergraduate dormitories and residence halls at postsecondary
  educational institutions and to provide a civil penalty.
  SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

  Senate File 2081

  TRANSPORTATION:  Freeman, Chair; Fink and Rittmer

  Senate File 2093

  TRANSPORTATION:  Sexton, Chair; Drake and Kibbie

  Senate File 2097

  EDUCATION:  Redfern, Chair; Sexton and Shearer

  Senate File 2105

  APPROPRIATIONS:  Hedge, Chair; Black and Lamberti

  Senate File 2109

  JUDICIARY:  Maddox, Chair; Hammond and Miller

  Senate File 2122

  JUDICIARY:  Redfern, Chair; Hammond and McKean

  Senate File 2127

  EDUCATION:  Rehberg, Chair; Harper and Tinsman

  House File 2135

  HUMAN RESOURCES:  Miller, Chair; Hammond and Redwine

  House File 2145

  EDUCATION:  Redwine, Chair; Dvorsky and Gaskill

  SSB 3121

  HUMAN RESOURCES:  Boettger, Chair; Szymoniak, Tinsman, and Veenstra

  SSB 3122

  NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT:  Bolkcom, Chair; Drake and
  Johnson

  SSB 3123

  NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT:  Rife, Chair; Deluhery and Freeman
  SSB 3124

  NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT:  Freeman, Chair; Deluhery and Rife

  SSB 3125

  JUDICIARY:  McKean, Chair; Hammond and Maddox

  SSB 3126

  COMMERCE:  Lamberti, Chair; Gronstal and Redfern

  SSB 3127

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT:  McKean, Chair; Angelo, Bartz, Bolkcom, and Fraise

  SSB 3128

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT:  Angelo, Chair; Bartz and Judge

  SSB 3129

  JUDICIARY:  Boettger, Chair; Angelo and McCoy

  COMMITTEE REPORTS

  EDUCATION

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE FILE 2121 (SSB 3089), a bill for an act providing
  for
  additional local funding authority under the instructional support levy for
  school
  districts.

  Recommendation:  APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 14:  Redfern, Rehberg, Connolly, Angelo, Dvorsky, Fink,
  Gaskill,
  Harper, Redwine, Sexton, Shearer, Szymoniak, Tinsman, and Veenstra.  Nays,
  none.
  Absent or not voting, 1:  Boettger.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  JUDICIARY

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE FILE 2142 (SSB 3066), a bill for an act relating
  to crime
  victim compensation.

  Recommendation: APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 13:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McKibben, Miller, and Redfern.  Nays, none.  Absent
  or not
  voting, 2:  McCoy and Tinsman.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.
  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE FILE 2141 (Formerly SF 2077), a bill for an act
  creating
  a merchant marine bonus fund and making an appropriation.

  Recommendation:  APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Rittmer, Lamberti, Kibbie, Dearden, Drake, Fink,
  Lundby,
  Maddox, Schuerer, Sexton, and Szymoniak.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting,
  4:
  Connolly, Deluhery, King, and McLaren.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  GOVERNOR'S APPOINTEES PLACED ON
  INDIVIDUAL CONFIRMATION CALENDAR

  The following appointees, assigned to standing committees for
  investigation, were placed on the Individual Confirmation Calendar
  with recommendations for confirmation:

  COMMERCE

  Allan Thoms - Chair of Utilities Board

  Holmes Foster - Superintendent of Banking

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Lynn M. Walding - Administrator of the Alcoholic Beverages Division

  GOVERNOR'S APPOINTEES PLACED ON
  EN BLOC CALENDAR

  The following appointees, assigned to standing committees for
  investigation, were placed on the En Bloc Calendar with
  recommendations for confirmation:

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Ann Diehl - Architectural Examining Board

  Marcy Rolenc - Board of Dietetic Examiners

  Susan Albright - Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board
  Randall Beavers - Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board

  Elizabeth Salinas Newby - Administrator of the Division of Latino Affairs
  Tim Moe - State Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators

  Phyllis Cacciatore - Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy Examiners

  Robert Yoho - Board of Podiatry Examiners

  Gregory Hicklin - State Board for Respiratory Care

  TRANSPORTATION

  Joseph Frisbie - Iowa Law Enforcement Academy Council

  AMENDMENT FILED

  S-5009	S.F. 2015	Jeff Angelo

  ADJOURNMENT

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate adjourned at 9:57 a.m.,
  until 1:00 p.m., Monday, February 14, 2000.
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