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Senate Journal: Tuesday, March 14, 2000

  SIXTY-FIFTH CALENDAR DAY
  THIRTY-EIGHTH SESSION DAY

  Senate Chamber
  Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday, March 14, 2000

  The Senate met in regular session at 9:05 a.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  Prayer was offered by the Reverend Bernie Grady, pastor of
  St. Mary's Church of Marshalltown, Iowa, guest of Senator
  McKibben.

  The Journal of Monday March 13, 2000, was approved.

  LEAVES OF ABSENCE

  Leaves of absence were granted as follows:

  Senator McCoy, until he arrives, on request of Senator Dvorsky; and Senator
  McLaren, until he arrives, on request of Senator Rife.

  UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  (Deferred March 13, 2000)

  Senate File 2367

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2367, a bill for
  an act relating to the information collected through termination of
  pregnancy reporting, deferred March 13, 2000.

  Senator Redwine 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. 2367), the vote was:
  Ayes, 34:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Connolly	Deluhery	Drake
  Flynn	Freeman	Gaskill	Hansen
  Hedge	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  Judge	Kibbie	King	Kramer
  Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox	McKean
  McKibben	Miller	Redfern	Redwine
  Rehberg	Rittmer	Schuerer	Sexton
  Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, 14:

  Bolkcom	Dearden	Dvorsky	Fink
  Fraise	Gronstal	Hammond	Harper
  Horn	Rife	Shearer	Soukup
  Szymoniak	Tinsman	

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  McCoy	McLaren		

  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 File 2367 be immediately messaged to the House.

  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 9:27 a.m.,
  until 4:00 p.m.
  APPENDIX

  PRESENTATION OF VISITORS

  The Chair welcomed the following visitors who were present in the
  Senate gallery:

  Eric Shook, from Dunkerton, who has earned his Eagle Scout award.  He was
  accompanied by his grandfather Tom Delong from Dunkerton, who is also an
  Eagle
  Scout, and other family members.  They were guests of Senator Rehberg.

  CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION

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

  Iowa Valley Community College District, Marshalltown - For receiving a
  prestigious Bellwether Finalist Award in the category of planning,
  governance, and
  finance.  Senator McKibben (03/14/00).

  Coach Matt Klemesrud and the Blue and White Wolverines, Dike-New Hartford -
  For winning the first round of the Boys' Basketball Class 2A Tournament.
  Senator
  Jensen (03/14/00).

  Andrea Meyer, Perry - For winning the E. Wayne Cooley Scholarship Award.
  Senator Johnson (03/14/00).

  Zachary Rudolph - For achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.  Senator Dvorsky
  (03/14/00).

  Dowling High School Girls' Basketball Team, West Des Moines - For winning
  the
  State Class 4A Championship.  Senator Maddox (03/14/00).

  BILL ENROLLED, SIGNED, AND SENT TO GOVERNOR

  The Secretary of the Senate submitted the following report:

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  The Secretary of the Senate respectfully reports that the
  following bill has been enrolled, signed by the President of the Senate and
  the Speaker
  of the House, and presented to the Governor for his approval on this 14th
  day of
  March, 2000:

  Senate File 2373.

  MICHAEL E. MARSHALL
  Secretary of the Senate
  REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in engrossing
  Senate File 2367, the following corrections were made:

  1.	Page 1, line 14, the letters " c.    g.  " were changed to the letter "c".

  2.	Page 1, line 18, the letters " d.    h.  " were changed to the letter "d.".

  3.	Page 1, line 19, the letters " e.    k.  " were changed to the letter "e.".

  4.	Page 1, line 20, the letters " f.    l.  " were changed to the letter "f.".

  5. Page 1, line 21, the letters " g.    m.  " were changed to the letter "g.".

  6. Page 1, line 22, the letters " h.    n.  " were changed to the letter "h.".

  7. Page 1, line 25, the letters " i.    o.  " were changed to the letter "i.".

  8. Page 1, line 26, the letter " p.  " was changed to the letter " j.  ".

  9. Page 1, line 27, the letters " j.    q.  " were changed to the letters " j.
   k.  ".

  MICHAEL E. MARSHALL
  Secretary of the Senate

  GOVERNOR'S WITHDRAWAL OF APPOINTEE

  The following letter from the Governor was received in the office of the
  Secretary of
  the Senate on March 14, 2000:

  I respectfully withdraw the name of Douglas W. Larche from consideration by
  the
  Senate for appointment as Director of Department of Cultural Affairs.

  Sincerely,
  THOMAS J. VILSACK
  Governor

  EXPLANATION OF VOTES

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  I was necessarily absent from the Senate Chamber on
  March 13, 2000, when the votes were taken on Senate Files 2111, 2141, 2213,
  2257,
  2326, 2364, and 2375.  Had I been present, I would have voted "Aye" on all.

  TOM FLYNN
  REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND
  COMMUNICATIONS

  Convened:  March 13, 2000, 11:05 a.m.

  Members Present:  King, Chair; Lundby, Vice Chair; Deluhery, Ranking Member;
  Harper and Rittmer.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Passed subcommittee appropriations bill.

  Recessed:  11:07 a.m.

  Reconvened:  12:23 p.m.

  Recessed:  1:16 p.m.

  Reconvened:  7:25 p.m.

  Adjourned:  8:08 p.m.

  APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL
  RESOURCES

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 7:40 a.m.

  Members Present:  Behn, Chair; Hedge, Vice Chair; Black, Ranking Member;
  Fink
  and Gaskill.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Passed the subcommittee appropriations bill (LSB
  5374JA), as
  amended.

  Adjourned:  9:00 a.m.

  HUMAN RESOURCES

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 1:07 p.m.

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

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Passed HFs 2080, 2362, and 2377.

  Adjourned:  1:52 p.m.
  JUDICIARY

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 11:36 a.m.

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

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Subcommittee assignments.  Passed HFs 683 (as amended),
  2170, 2173, 2240, 2253, 2331, and 2419.

  Adjourned:  12:18 p.m.

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 10:37 a.m.

  Members Present:  Angelo, Chair; Bartz, Vice Chair; Bolkcom, Ranking Member;
  Fraise, Gaskill, Hammond, Judge, McKean, McKibben, Miller, Rife, and Zieman.

  Members Absent:  McCoy (excused).

  Committee Business:  Subcommittee assignments.  Passed HF 2528, as amended.

  Adjourned:  11:06 a.m.

  SMALL BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 9:40 a.m.

  Members Present:  Lundby, Chair; Behn, Vice Chair; Shearer, Ranking Member;
  Boettger, Hansen, Judge, Rittmer, Sexton, Soukup, Tinsman, and Veenstra.

  Members Absent:  Flynn and Zieman (both excused).

  Committee Business:  Passed HFs 2179 and 2424.

  Adjourned:  9:53 a.m.

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 10:38 a.m.

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

  Members Absent:  McLaren (excused).

  Committee Business:  Subcommittee assignments.  Passed HF 2431.
  Adjourned:  10:52 a.m.

  TRANSPORTATION

  Convened:  March 14, 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:  Passed HF 2512.

  Adjourned:  1:45 p.m.

  SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

  Senate File 2121

  WAYS AND MEANS:  Johnson, Chair; Bolkcom and McLaren

  House File 2321

  HUMAN RESOURCES:  Hammond, Chair; Dvorsky and Tinsman

  House File 2368

  TRANSPORTATION:  Sexton, Chair; Drake and Judge

  House File 2442

  STATE GOVERNMENT:  Szymoniak, Chair; Rittmer and Schuerer

  House File 2458

  SMALL BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM:  Tinsman,
  Chair; Behn and Shearer

  House File 2477

  TRANSPORTATION:  McCoy, Chair; Drake and Kibbie

  House File 2480

  TRANSPORTATION:  Freeman, Chair; Drake and Judge

  House File 2505

  HUMAN RESOURCES:  Tinsman, Chair; Harper and Veenstra
  House File 2522

  HUMAN RESOURCES:  Bartz, Chair; Harper and Tinsman

  House File 2531

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT:  Miller, Chair; Hammond and McKibben

  COMMITTEE REPORTS

  SMALL BUSINESS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND TOURISM

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2179 (Formerly HF 2055), a bill for an act
  relating
  to the certified school to career program.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Lundby, Behn, Shearer, Boettger, Hansen, Judge,
  Rittmer,
  Sexton, Soukup, Tinsman, and Veenstra.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting,
  2:  Flynn
  and Zieman.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2424, a bill for an act creating an Iowa
  Lewis and
  Clark bicentennial commission, an Iowa Lewis and Clark bicentennial fund,
  and
  providing an effective date.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Lundby, Behn, Shearer, Boettger, Hansen, Judge,
  Rittmer,
  Sexton, Soukup, Tinsman, and Veenstra.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting,
  2:  Flynn
  and Zieman.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2431, a bill for an act relating to ethics
  and
  campaign disclosure board procedures and to conflicts of interest of public
  officers and
  employees.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 14:  Rittmer, Lamberti, Kibbie, Connolly, Dearden,
  Deluhery,
  Drake, Fink, King, Lundby, Maddox, Schuerer, Sexton, and Szymoniak.  Nays,
  none.
  Absent or not voting, 1:  McLaren.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.
  AMENDMENTS FILED

  S-5136	S.F.	2258	Robert E. Dvorsky
  S-5137	S.F.	2341	Nancy Boettger
  Maggie Tinsman
  Elaine Szymoniak
  Jerry Behn
  Ken Veenstra
  Patricia Harper
  John Redwine
  Neal Schuerer
  Mark Shearer
  Robert E. Dvorsky
  David P. Miller
  S-5138	S.F.	2338	Mike Sexton
  AFTERNOON SESSION

  The Senate reconvened at 4:12 p.m., Senator Boettger presiding.

  QUORUM CALL

  Senator Hedge requested a non-record roll call to determine that a
  quorum was present.

  The vote revealed 47 present, 3 absent, and a quorum present.

  President Kramer took the chair at 4:26 p.m.

  The Senate stood at ease at 4:27 p.m. until the fall of the gavel for
  the purpose of party caucuses.

  The Senate resumed session at 6:30 p.m., Senator Hedge
  presiding.

  QUORUM CALL

  Senator Angelo requested a non-record roll call to determine that a
  quorum was present.

  The vote revealed 39 present, 11 absent, and a quorum present.

  LEAVES OF ABSENCE

  Leaves of absence were granted as follows:

  Senator McLaren, until he arrives, on request of Senator Jensen; and Senator
  McCoy, until he arrives, on request of Senator Dvorsky.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate Files 2350, 2389, 2369, and 2214.
  Senate File 2350

  On motion of Senator Veenstra, Senate File 2350, a bill for an act
  relating to dental services under the medical assistance program and
  providing an effective date, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Veenstra 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. 2350), the vote was:

  Ayes, 48:

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

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  McCoy	McLaren			

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

  Senate File 2389

  On motion of Senator Sexton, Senate File 2389, a bill for an act
  relating to contracts and agreements entered into by the Iowa lottery
  board and commissioner of the lottery, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Sexton 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. 2389), the vote was:

  Ayes, 27:

  Bartz	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Fink	Flynn	Gaskill	Gronstal
  Harper	Horn	Iverson	Jensen
  Judge	Kibbie	Kramer	Lamberti
  Lundby	Maddox	McCoy	Miller
  Rife	Rittmer	Sexton	Soukup
  Szymoniak	Tinsman	Zieman	

  Nays, 22:

  Angelo	Behn	Black	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Drake	Dvorsky	Fraise
  Freeman	Hammond	Hansen	Hedge
  Johnson	King	McKean	McKibben
  Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg	Schuerer
  Shearer	Veenstra	

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  McLaren			

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

  Senate File 2369

  On motion of Senator Miller, Senate File 2369, a bill for an act
  relating to the sharing of juvenile court social records or child abuse
  records pursuant to an interagency agreement, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Miller 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. 2369), the vote was:

  Ayes, 50:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky	Fink
  Flynn	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, none.

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

  Senate File 2214

  On motion of Senator Gaskill, Senate File 2214, a bill for an act
  relating to residential landlord-tenant law, by allowing for notice of
  and a surcharge for rent paid with a check returned for insufficient
  funds, and making certain changes related to forcible entry and
  detainer actions, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Gaskill offered amendment S-5056, filed by him on
  March 2, 2000, to pages 2 and 3 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5056 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Gaskill 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. 2214), the vote was:

  Ayes, 48:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Fink	Flynn
  Fraise	Freeman	Gaskill	Gronstal
  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, 2:

  Dvorsky	Hammond	

  Absent or not voting, none.

  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 Files 2214, 2350, 2369, and 2389 be immediately
  messaged to the House.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate Files 2391, 2175, and 2267.

  Senate File 2391

  On motion of Senator Sexton, Senate File 2391, a bill for an act
  relating to regulatory duties of the department of inspections and
  appeals related to games of skill or chance and raffles, was taken up
  for consideration.

  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-5120 filed by him on March 9, 2000, to
  pages 1, 4, and 5 of the bill.

  Senator Connolly offered amendment S-5119, filed by him on
  March 9, 2000, to page 2 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-5119 be adopted?"
  (S.F. 2391) the vote was:
  Ayes, 16:

  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Dvorsky	Flynn	Fraise	Gronstal
  Hansen	Harper	Horn	Judge
  Kibbie	McCoy	Shearer	Soukup	

  Nays, 34:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Drake	Fink	Freeman
  Gaskill	Hammond	Hedge	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	King	Kramer
  Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox	McKean
  McKibben	McLaren	Miller	Redfern
  Redwine	Rehberg	Rife	Rittmer
  Schuerer	Sexton	Szymoniak	Tinsman
  Veenstra	Zieman	

  Absent or not voting, none.

  Amendment S-5119 lost.

  Senator Connolly offered amendment S-5117, filed by him on
  March 9, 2000, to page 5 of the bill.

  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent that
  action on amendment S-5117 be deferred for the purpose of an
  amendment.

  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-5121 filed by him on March 9, 2000, to
  page 8 and to the title page of the bill.

  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent that
  action on Senate File 2391 be deferred.

  Senate File 2175

  On motion of Senator Schuerer, Senate File 2175, a bill for an act
  providing for the establishment of a bank office in certain
  unincorporated areas, with report of committee recommending
  passage, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Shearer offered amendment S-5130, filed by him on
  March 13, 2000, to page 1 of the bill.
  Senator Gronstal asked and received unanimous consent that
  action on amendment S-5130 and Senate File 2175 be deferred.

  Senate File 2267

  On motion of Senator Angelo, Senate File 2267, a bill for an act
  requiring the board of directors of a school district to adopt a contract
  with parents as part of a student promotion policy for grade three
  level students and providing for related matters, was taken up for
  consideration.

  President Kramer took the chair at 7:50 p.m.

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that action
  on Senate File 2267 be deferred.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

  Senator Rehberg, until she arrives, on request of Senator Boettger.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate File 2341.

  Senate File 2341

  On motion of Senator Boettger, Senate File 2341, a bill for an act
  relating to community empowerment areas by revising the Iowa
  empowerment board membership and establishing a formula for
  distribution of school ready children grant funding and including
  related provisions and providing an effective date, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Boettger offered amendment S-5137, filed by Senators
  Boettger et al. from the floor to pages 4, 5, and 6 of the bill, and
  moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5137 was adopted by a voice vote.
  Senator Boettger 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. 2341), the vote was:

  Ayes, 48:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky	Fink
  Flynn	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	Rittmer
  Schuerer	Sexton	Shearer	Soukup
  Szymoniak	Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  Rehberg	Rife			

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

  BUSINESS PENDING

  Senate File 2391

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2391, a bill for
  an act relating to regulatory duties of the department of inspections
  and appeals related to games of skill or chance and raffles, previously
  deferred.

  Senator Connolly offered amendment S-5150, filed by him from
  the floor to page 2 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5150 was adopted by a voice vote.
  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-5117 filed by him on March 9, 2000, to
  page 5 of the bill.

  Senator Sexton 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. 2391), the vote was:

  Ayes, 37:

  Angelo	Bartz	Black	Bolkcom
  Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery	Drake
  Dvorsky	Fink	Flynn	Fraise
  Freeman	Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Horn	Iverson
  Johnson	Judge	Kibbie	Kramer
  Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox	McCoy
  McLaren	Redfern	Rife	Rittmer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	

  Nays, 12:

  Behn	Boettger	Hedge	Jensen
  King	McKean	McKibben	Miller
  Redwine	Schuerer	Veenstra	Zieman	

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Rehberg		

  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 Files 2341 and 2391 be immediately messaged to the
  House.
  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate File 2126.

  Senate File 2126

  On motion of Senator Johnson, Senate File 2126, a bill for an act
  relating to third-party payment of health care coverage costs for
  prescription contraceptive drugs, devices, and services, with report of
  committee recommending passage, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Johnson offered amendment S-5112, filed by her on
  March 9, 2000, to pages 1 and 2 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5112 was adopted by a voice vote.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

  Senator Lamberti, until he arrives, on request of Senator Iverson.

  BUSINESS PENDING

  Senate File 2126

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2126.

  Senator Schuerer offered amendment S-5144, filed by him from
  the floor to page 1 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-5144 be adopted?"
  (S.F. 2126) the vote was:

  Ayes, 9:

  Behn	Flynn	Iverson	King
  McKibben	Miller	Redwine	Schuerer
  Veenstra	
  Nays, 39:

  Angelo	Bartz	Black	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise
  Freeman	Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Hedge	Horn
  Jensen	Johnson	Judge	Kibbie
  Kramer	Lundby	Maddox	McCoy
  McKean	McLaren	Redfern	Rife
  Rittmer	Sexton	Shearer	Soukup
  Szymoniak	Tinsman	Zieman	

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  Lamberti	Rehberg			

  Amendment S-5144 lost.

  Senator King offered amendment S-5145, filed by him from the
  floor to page 1 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  A non-record roll call was requested.

  The ayes were 10, nays 37.

  Amendment S-5145 lost.

  Senator King offered amendment S-5146, filed by him from the
  floor to page 1 of the bill, moved its adoption, and requested a record
  roll call.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-5146 be adopted?"
  (S.F. 2126) the vote was:

  Ayes, 13:

  Behn	Flynn	Freeman	Hedge
  Iverson	King	Lamberti	McKibben
  Miller	Redwine	Schuerer	Sexton
  Veenstra	

  Nays, 34:

  Angelo	Bartz	Black	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Horn	Jensen	Johnson
  Judge	Kibbie	Kramer	Lundby
  Maddox	McCoy	McKean	Redfern
  Rittmer	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	Zieman	

  Absent or not voting, 3:

  McLaren	Rehberg	Rife		

  Amendment S-5146 lost.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

  Senator Lamberti, until he returns, on request of Senator Iverson.

  BUSINESS PENDING

  Senate File 2126

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2126.

  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. 2126), the vote was:

  Rule 23, requiring all Senators present to vote except those who
  express a conflict of interest, was invoked.

  Ayes, 41:

  Angelo	Bartz	Black	Boettger
  Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fink	Fraise
  Freeman	Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Hedge	Horn
  Jensen	Johnson	Judge	Kibbie
  Kramer	Lundby	Maddox	McCoy
  McKean	McKibben	McLaren	Miller
  Redfern	Redwine	Rife	Rittmer
  Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak	Tinsman
  Zieman	
  Nays, 7:

  Behn	Flynn	Iverson	King
  Schuerer	Sexton	Veenstra	

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  Lamberti	Rehberg			

  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 File 2126 be immediately messaged to the House.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

  Senator Schuerer, until he returns, on request of Senator Freeman.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate File 2327.

  Senate File 2327

  On motion of Senator Angelo, Senate File 2327, a bill for an act
  relating to certain procedures for the purchase or condemnation of
  interest in private property by a utility subject to the jurisdiction of
  the Iowa utilities board, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Angelo offered amendment S-5089, filed by him on
  March 8, 2000, to pages 1 and 2 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5089 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Bartz took the chair at 9:41 p.m.
  Senator Angelo 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. 2327), the vote was:

  Ayes, 47:

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

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 3:

  Lamberti	Rehberg	Schuerer		

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

  UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  (Deferred March 13, 2000)

  Senate File 2144

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2144, a bill for
  an act relating to regulation and inspection of health care facilities
  including the establishment of a quality-based inspections system,
  deferred March 13, 2000.

  Senator Szymoniak 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. 2144), the vote was:
  Ayes, 42:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Flynn	Fraise
  Freeman	Gaskill	Gronstal	Hansen
  Hedge	Horn	Iverson	Jensen
  Johnson	Judge	Kibbie	King
  Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox
  McKean	McKibben	McLaren	Miller
  Redwine	Rife	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Soukup	Szymoniak	Tinsman
  Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, 7:

  Dearden	Fink	Hammond	Harper
  McCoy	Redfern	Shearer	

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Rehberg			

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

  CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate Files 2365 and 2299.

  Senate File 2365

  On motion of Senator Tinsman, Senate File 2365, a bill for an act
  relating to family investment program requirements regarding the
  time period allowed for supported postsecondary education assistance
  and including an applicability provision, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Tinsman 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. 2365), the vote was:
  Ayes, 49:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky	Fink
  Flynn	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	Rife
  Rittmer	Schuerer	Sexton	Shearer
  Soukup	Szymoniak	Tinsman	Veenstra
  Zieman	

  Nays, none.

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Rehberg			

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

  Senate File 2299

  On motion of Senator King, Senate File 2299, a bill for an act
  relating to the state list of endangered and threatened fish, plants,
  and wildlife, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator King 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. 2299), the vote was:

  Ayes, 47:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Flynn	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	Rife	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak
  Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, 2:

  Bolkcom	Fink	

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Rehberg			

  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 Files 2144, 2299, 2327, and 2365 be immediately
  messaged to the House.

  President Kramer took the chair at 10:21 p.m.

  BUSINESS PENDING

  Senate File 2267

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File 2267, a bill for
  an act requiring the board of directors of a school district to adopt a
  contract with parents as part of a student promotion policy for grade
  three level students and providing for related matters, previously
  deferred.

  Senator Connolly offered amendment S-5149, filed by him from
  the floor striking everything after the enacting clause and to the title
  page of the bill.

  Senator Angelo raised the point of order that amendment S-5149
  was not germane to the bill.

  Senator Angelo asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw his question of germaneness.

  Senator Connolly moved the adoption of amendment S-5149.
  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-5149 be adopted?"
  (S.F. 2267) the vote was:

  Ayes, 21:

  Black	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Dvorsky	Fink	Flynn
  Fraise	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Horn	Judge	Kibbie
  McCoy	Rife	Shearer	Soukup
  Szymoniak	

  Nays, 29:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Boettger
  Drake	Freeman	Gaskill	Hedge
  Iverson	Jensen	Johnson	King
  Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox
  McKean	McKibben	McLaren	Miller
  Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg	Rittmer
  Schuerer	Sexton	Tinsman	Veenstra
  Zieman	

  Absent or not voting, none.

  Amendment S-5149 lost.

  Senator Angelo offered amendment S-5070, filed by him on
  March 7, 2000, to pages 1-4 and to the title page of the bill, and
  moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5070 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-5148, filed by him from
  the floor to page 4 of the bill.

  Senator Gronstal asked and received unanimous consent that
  action on amendment S-5148 be deferred.

  Senator Angelo offered amendment S-5151, filed by him from the
  floor to page 4 of the bill, and moved its adoption.
  A non-record roll call was requested.

  The ayes were 26, nays 18.

  Amendment S-5151 was adopted.

  With the adoption of amendment S-5151, the Chair ruled
  amendment S-5148, filed by Senator Gronstal from the floor to
  page 4 of the bill, out of order.

  Senator Angelo 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. 2267), the vote was:

  Ayes, 26:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Boettger
  Drake	Gaskill	Hedge	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	King	Kramer
  Lamberti	Maddox	McKean	McKibben
  Miller	Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg
  Rittmer	Schuerer	Sexton	Tinsman
  Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, 24:

  Black	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Dvorsky	Fink	Flynn
  Fraise	Freeman	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Horn	Judge
  Kibbie	Lundby	McCoy	McLaren
  Rife	Shearer	Soukup	Szymoniak	

  Absent or not voting, none.

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

  IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that
  Senate File 2267 be immediately messaged to the House.
  CONSIDERATION OF BILLS
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration Senate Files 2338 and 2203.

  Senate File 2338

  On motion of Senator Sexton, Senate File 2338, a bill for an act
  providing for a school investment partnership pilot program, was
  taken up for consideration.

  Senator Connolly offered amendment S-5125, filed by him on
  March 13, 2000, to pages 1, 3, and to the title page of the bill.

  Senator Sexton raised the point of order that amendment S-5125
  was not germane to the bill.

  The Chair ruled the point well taken and amendment S-5125 out
  of order.

  Senator Connolly asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-5126 filed by him on March 13, 2000, to
  pages 1 and 3 of the bill.

  Senator Sexton offered amendment S-5138, filed by him from the
  floor to page 1 of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-5138 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Hedge took the chair at 12:05 a.m.

  President Kramer took the chair at 12:14 a.m.

  Senator Sexton 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. 2338), the vote was:

  Ayes, 39:

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

  Nays, 10:

  Black	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Dvorsky	Fink	Flynn
  Fraise	Hammond	

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Lundby		

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

  Senate File 2203

  On motion of Senator King, Senate File 2203, a bill for an act to
  allow the assignment of benefits under an insurance policy or
  contract, or health benefit plan to the provider of health care services,
  with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Szymoniak offered amendment S-5147, filed by her from
  the floor, to page 1 of the bill.

  Senator King raised the point of order that amendment S-5147
  was not germane to the bill.

  The Chair ruled the point not well taken and amendment S-5147
  in order.

  Senator Szymoniak moved the adoption of amendment S-5147.
  A non-record roll call was requested.

  The ayes were 18, nays 28.

  Amendment S-5147 lost.

  Senator King 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. 2203), the vote was:

  Ayes, 42:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Deluhery	Drake
  Dvorsky	Flynn	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen
  Harper	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  Judge	Kibbie	King	Lamberti
  Lundby	Maddox	McCoy	McKean
  McKibben	McLaren	Miller	Redfern
  Redwine	Rehberg	Rife	Rittmer
  Schuerer	Sexton	Soukup	Tinsman
  Veenstra	Zieman	

  Nays, 7:

  Connolly	Dearden	Fink	Hedge
  Horn	Shearer	Szymoniak	

  Present, 1:

  Kramer

  Absent or not voting, none.

  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 Files 2203 and 2338 be immediately messaged to the
  House.
  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 March 14, 2000, passed the following bills in which the
  concurrence of
  the Senate is asked:

  House File 2027, a bill for an act relating to the construction or
  acquisition of infrastructure by rural water districts by providing for
  financing and exempting certain debt instruments from taxation.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Local Government.

  House File 2206, a bill for an act providing for the waiver or
  variance of administrative rules by state agencies.

  Read first time and referred to committee on State Government.

  House File 2254, a bill for an act relating to actions on certain
  older claims to real estate.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary.

  House File 2292, a bill for an act requesting a legislative study to
  review the mission, structure, responsiveness, and funding of the
  area education agencies.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Education.

  House File 2327, a bill for an act relating to county levy and
  expenditure authority involving the risk pool and county mental
  health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities services
  fund by authorizing appropriations from the fund for capital assets
  used exclusively for purposes of the services fund, authorizing
  associated county general fund levies and expenditures, and
  including transition, effective, and applicability dates, and other
  related provisions.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Local Government.
  House File 2329, a bill for an act extending the time period to
  qualify for certain linked investment programs and providing an
  effective date.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Agriculture.

  House File 2368, a bill for an act relating to weight restrictions
  on certain implements of husbandry and providing for a study.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation.

  House File 2376, a bill for an act relating to veterans preference
  in public employment.

  Read first time and referred to committee on State Government.

  House File 2391, a bill for an act establishing a criminal offense
  relating to theft detection shielding devices and theft detection
  devices and providing a penalty.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary.

  House File 2393, a bill for an act relating to the certification of
  persons as confinement site manure applicators, providing for fees,
  and making penalties applicable.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Agriculture.

  House File 2461, a bill for an act relating to redistricting by
  providing for senatorial elections subsequent to redistricting, the
  relationship of legislative and congressional district boundaries, and
  multi- director school district terms.

  Read first time and referred to committee on State Government.

  House File 2463, a bill for an act relating to the department of
  personnel by providing for the duties of the department, the
  administration of the department, and benefits provided state
  employees, and providing effective and retroactive applicability dates.

  Read first time and referred to committee on State Government.
  House File 2480, a bill for an act relating to motor vehicle
  registration periods and providing an effective date.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation.

  House File 2486, a bill for an act relating to the taking of fish and
  game by establishing residency requirements and methods of taking
  fish and subjecting violators to an existing penalty.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Natural Resources
  and Environment.

  House File 2494, a bill for an act providing for the application of
  compost material to land for use for the production of organic
  agricultural products.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Agriculture.

  House File 2510, a bill for an act relating to operating while
  intoxicated, including ignition interlock provisions.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation.

  House File 2511, a bill for an act providing that the course for
  drinking drivers shall be taught by community colleges and licensed
  substance abuse programs, requiring participation in substance
  abuse awareness programs by all persons under the age of twenty-
  one who drive with a blood alcohol concentration level of .02 or more,
  and making related changes.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Transportation.

  House File 2518, a bill for an act relating to probate law,
  including assessment of court costs, certain notification provisions,
  certain distributions to minors, the effect of dissolution of marriage
  on will provisions, and powers of attorney.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Judiciary.
  ALSO:  That the House has on March 14, 2000, amended and passed the
  following
  bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

  Senate File 2300, a bill for an act relating to interference with
  lawful hunting, fishing, or fur harvesting and providing a penalty.
  (S-5143)
  APPENDIX

  REPORT OF COMMITTEE MEETING

  APPROPRIATIONS

  Convened:  March 14, 2000, 2:04 p.m.

  Members Present:  McLaren, Chair; Kramer, Vice Chair; Flynn, Ranking Member;
  Behn, Bolkcom, Connolly, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Freeman, Hammond, Hedge, Horn,
  Jensen, Johnson, King, Lamberti, Maddox, McCoy, Redwine, Rehberg, Rife,
  Schuerer,
  Soukup, and Tinsman.

  Members Absent:  Black (excused).

  Committee Business:  Approved SSB 3218.

  Adjourned:  3:40 p.m.

  BILL SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

  A communication was received announcing that on March 14,
  2000, the Governor approved and transmitted to the Secretary of
  State the following bill:

  S.F. 2091 - A bill for an act relating to procedures for discontinuance of a
  city.

  REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  Pursuant to Senate Rule 21, I report that in engrossing
  Senate File 2126, the following correction was made:

  1.	Page 3, line 9, the words and numbers "subsections 1 through 4A" were
  changed to
  the words and numbers "subsections 1 through 5".

  MICHAEL E. MARSHALL
  Secretary of the Senate

  INTRODUCTION OF BILL

  Senate File 2428, by committee on Appropriations, a bill for an
  act appropriating funds to the department of economic development,
  certain board of regents institutions, the department of workforce
  development, the public employment relations board, and making
  related statutory changes, and providing an effective date provision.
  Read first time under Rule 28 and placed on Appropriations
  calendar.

  SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

  House File 2027

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT:  Rife, Chair; Angelo and Judge

  House File 2254

  JUDICIARY:  Redfern, Chair; Horn and McKibben

  House File 2329

  AGRICULTURE:  Sexton, Chair; Bartz and Fraise

  House File 2393

  AGRICULTURE:  Miller, Chair; Behn and Kibbie

  House File 2425

  JUDICIARY:  Lamberti, Chair; Dvorsky and McKibben

  House File 2433

  EDUCATION:  Sexton, Chair; Redwine and Szymoniak

  House File 2474

  EDUCATION:  Tinsman, Chair; Harper and Redfern

  House File 2494

  AGRICULTURE:  Hedge, Chair; Black and Zieman

  COMMITTEE REPORTS

  APPROPRIATIONS

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE FILE 2428 (SSB 3218), a bill for an act
  appropriating
  funds to the department of economic development, certain board of regents
  institutions, the department of workforce development, the public employment
  relations board, and making related statutory changes, and providing an
  effective date
  provision.

  Recommendation:  APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.
  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McLaren, Kramer, Behn, Freeman, Hedge, Jensen,
  Johnson,
  King, Lamberti, Maddox, Redwine, Rehberg, Rife, Schuerer, and Tinsman.
  Nays, 9:
  Flynn, Bolkcom, Connolly, Deluhery, Dvorsky, Hammond, Horn, McCoy, and
  Soukup.
  Absent or not voting, 1:  Black.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  JUDICIARY

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 683 (Formerly HF 297), a bill for an act
  relating to
  mediation services related to custody, visitation, and support of a child.

  Recommendation:  AMEND AND DO PASS, AS PROVIDED IN AMENDMENT
  S-5139.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2173 (Formerly HF 2030), a bill for an act
  providing
  for inheritance by great-grandparents, great-aunts and uncles, and second
  cousins of
  intestate decedents.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2240, a bill for an act relating to notice
  and the
  appointment of counsel in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2253, a bill for an act relating to state
  criminal
  jurisdiction and to the crimes of escape and absence from custody.
  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2331 (Formerly HF 2034), a bill for an act
  relating
  to operating a motorboat or sailboat while intoxicated and providing
  penalties.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  ALSO:

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2419, a bill for an act changing the criminal
  penalties relating to possession, manufacture, or delivery of amphetamines.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKean, Lamberti, Hansen, Angelo, Boettger, Dvorsky,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, Maddox, McCoy, McKibben, Miller, Redfern, and Tinsman.  Nays,
  none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2528, a bill for an act relating to the
  condemnation
  of private property for certain public purposes and providing an effective
  date.

  Recommendation:  AMEND AND DO PASS AS PROVIDED IN AMENDMENT
  S-5140.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Angelo, Bartz, Fraise, Gaskill, Hammond, Judge,
  McKean,
  McKibben, Miller, Rife, and Zieman.  Nays, 1:  Bolkcom.  Absent or not
  voting, 1:
  McCoy.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.
  TRANSPORTATION

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 2512 (Formerly HF 2222), a bill for an act
  relating
  to certain violations attributed to motor vehicles rented from motor vehicle
  rental
  companies.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 10:  Drake, Sexton, Fink, Fraise, Freeman, Jensen, Judge,
  Kibbie,
  McKean, and McKibben.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting, 3:  McCoy,
  Rittmer, and
  Zieman.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  EXPLANATION OF VOTE

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  I was necessarily absent from the Senate Chamber on
  March 14, 2000, when the vote was taken on Senate File 2327.  Had I been
  present, I
  would have voted "Aye."

  NEAL SCHUERER

  AMENDMENTS FILED

  S-5139	H.F.	683	Judiciary
  S-5140	H.F.	2528	Local Government
  S-5141	S.F.	2318	Nancy Boettger
  Elaine Szymoniak
  S-5142	H.F.	2198	Robert E. Dvorsky
  S-5143	S.F.	2300	House
  S-5144	S.F.	2126	Neal Schuerer
  S-5145	S.F.	2126	Steve King
  S-5146	S.F.	2126	Steve King
  S-5147	S.F.	2203	Elaine Szymoniak
  S-5148	S.F.	2267	Michael E. Gronstal
  S-5149	S.F.	2267	Michael W. Connolly
  S-5150	S.F.	2391	Michael W. Connolly
  S-5151	S.F.	2267	Jeff Angelo
  S-5152	S.F.	2332	Elaine Szymoniak

  ADJOURNMENT

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate adjourned at 12:54 a.m.,
  until 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, March 15, 2000.
  642	JOURNAL OF THE SENATE	39th Day
  38th Day	TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2000	643
  39th Day	WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2000	669

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