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Senate Journal: Tuesday, June 19, 2001

  FIRST CALENDAR DAY
  FIRST EXTRAORDINARY SESSION DAY

  Senate Chamber
  Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday, June 19, 2001

  Pursuant to the proclamation of the Governor, the Honorable
  Thomas J. Vilsack, the Seventy-ninth General Assembly of Iowa
  convened in Extraordinary Session at 10:10 a.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  Prayer was offered by the Honorable Nancy J. Boettger, member of
  the Senate from Shelby County, Harlan, Iowa.

  COMMUNICATION FROM THE GOVERNOR

  The following communication from the Governor was presented:

  May 21, 2001

  The Honorable Mary Kramer
  President of the Senate
  State Capitol
  LOCAL

  The Honorable Brent Siegrist
  Speaker of the House
  State Capitol
  LOCAL

  I hereby submit the Proclamation setting the Extraordinary Session of the
  Iowa
  Legislature to convene at 10:00 a.m., June 19, 2001.

  Sincerely,
  THOMAS J. VILSACK
  Governor
  STATE OF IOWA
  Executive Department

  In The Name And By The Authority Of The State Of Iowa

  P R O C L A M A T I O N

  Whereas, the 2001 Regular Session of the Seventy-ninth General Assembly had
  final adjournment pursuant to House Concurrent Resolution 39, and

  Whereas, the General Assembly did not adopt legislation that sets new
  congressional and legislative district boundaries, and

  Whereas, the General Assembly may need to adopt prudent and necessary
  legislation to address any other issues which may be identified by the
  Governor and
  legislative leaders before the convening of the extraordinary session, and

  Whereas, the General Assembly must convene in extraordinary session in
  accordance with Article IV, Section XI, of the Constitution of the State of
  Iowa in order
  to consider the Legislative Service Bureau's second plan for the redrawing
  of Iowa's
  congressional and legislative districts.

  Now, Therefore, I, Thomas J. Vilsack, Governor of the State of Iowa, in
  accordance
  with Article IV, Section XI, of the Constitution of the State of Iowa, do
  hereby proclaim
  that the Seventy-ninth General Assembly shall convene in extraordinary
  session in
  Des Moines, Iowa, at 10:00 a.m. on the nineteenth day of June, 2001, and to
  that end I
  do call up and direct the members of the House of Representatives to convene
  at the
  new State Historical Building and members of the Senate to convene in the
  Senate
  Chamber at the State Capitol at 10:00 a.m. on June 19, 2001, for the purpose
  which the
  assembly is convened, namely the matter of redistricting and other issues
  deemed
  appropriate to take legislative action in keeping therewith.

  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
  subscribed my name and caused the Great Seal of
  (SEAL)	the State of Iowa to be affixed.  Done at Des Moines
  this 21st day of May in the year of our Lord two
  thousand one.

  THOMAS J. VILSACK, Governor

  Attest:

  CHESTER J. CULVER
  Secretary of State

  ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY

  President Kramer announced that notification had been received
  from the office of Governor Vilsack of the following vacancy in the
  Senate:

  District 43 - Derryl McLaren, resignation effective May 17, 2001.
  COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS

  Senator Iverson moved that a committee on Credentials be
  appointed to examine and report on the election in Senate District 43.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote and the Chair announced the
  appointment of Senators Johnson, Chair; Rehberg, Drake, Hammond,
  and Hansen.

  The Senate stood at ease at 10:12 a.m. until the fall of the gavel.

  The Senate resumed session at 10:15 a.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  We, your committee on Credentials, respectively report
  that we find the person named in the attached copy of the certification of
  the Secretary
  of State duly elected to and entitled to a seat in the Senate for the 2001
  Extraordinary
  Session of the Seventy-ninth General Assembly.

  JOANN JOHNSON, Chair
  KITTY REHBERG
  RICHARD F. DRAKE
  JOHNIE HAMMOND
  STEVE HANSEN

  CERTIFICATION-STATE OF IOWA
  OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE

  To the Honorable Michael E. Marshall, the Secretary of the Senate:

  I, Chester J. Culver, Secretary of State of the State of Iowa; custodian of
  the files
  and records pertaining to the elections in the state,

  DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT the State Canvassing Board has declared that at a
  special election held on June 12, 2001, Hubert Houser was elected to fill a
  vacancy in
  the office of State Senator of the Forty-third District, for the balance of
  the term which
  began on January second, 1999.

  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
  set my hand and affixed the official seal of the
  (SEAL)	Secretary of State at the Statehouse, in
  Des Moines, this eighteenth day of June, 2001.

  CHESTER J. CULVER
  Secretary of State
  I hereby acknowledge receipt of the original copy of this document on this
  eighteenth day of June, 2001.

  MICHAEL E. MARSHALL
  Secretary of the Senate

  Senator Johnson moved the adoption of the report of the
  committee on Credentials, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  Senator Houser approached the bar of the Senate, was duly sworn,
  and subscribed his name to the oath of office.

  Senator Iverson moved that the newly elected member be
  permitted to occupy the seat of his predecessor for the remainder of
  2001 provided, however, that in 2002 he will not be regarded as a
  holdover member with the right to retain this seat.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  ORGANIZATION OF THE SENATE

  Senator Iverson moved that the selection of seats, determination of
  mileage of senators, assignment of press seats, and all other
  organizational or administrative matters not specifically provided for
  in Joint Rule 3 be the same for this Extraordinary Session as for the
  2001 Regular Session of the Seventy-ninth General Assembly.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  SECRETARY TO NOTIFY THE
  GOVERNOR AND THE HOUSE

  Senator Iverson moved that the Secretary of the Senate be directed
  to send a written message to the Governor and the House of
  Representatives informing them that the Senate was organized and
  ready to transact business and receive any messages that they may
  transmit.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote.
  HOUSE MESSAGES RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED

  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, pursuant to the May 21, 2001, proclamation of the Governor, duly
  organized for the Extraordinary Session of the Seventy-ninth General
  Assembly and is
  ready to receive communications from the Senate.

  ALSO:  I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has on May
  1,
  2001, passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is
  asked:

  House File 743, a bill for an act providing for fees for the
  remediation of sites evidencing contamination from a release of
  fertilizers and soil conditioners or pesticides, and providing an
  effective date.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Ways and Means.

  COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

  Senator Iverson moved that Senator Houser retain Senator
  McLaren's assignments to standing committees, except that Senator
  Behn serve as acting Chair of the committee on Agriculture.

  The Senate stood at ease at 10:22 a.m. until the fall of the gavel for
  the purpose of party caucuses.

  The Senate resumed session at 12:02 p.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  HOUSE MESSAGE RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED

  The following message was received from the Chief Clerk of the
  House:

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
  House has on June 19, 2001, passed the following bill in which the
  concurrence of the
  Senate is asked:

  House File 758, a bill for an act providing for congressional and
  legislative districts and providing an effective date.
  Read first time and referred to committee on State Government.

  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 12:03 p.m.
  until the completion of a meeting of the committee on Rules and
  Administration.

  RECONVENED

  The Senate reconvened at 12:31 p.m., President Kramer presiding.

  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Boettger, the Senate recessed at 12:33 p.m.
  until the completion of a meeting of the committee on State
  Government.

  RECONVENED

  The Senate reconvened at 1:00 p.m., President Kramer presiding.

  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 1:01 p.m.
  until the completion of a meeting of the committee on Business and
  Labor Relations.

  AFTERNOON SESSION

  The Senate reconvened at 1:19 p.m., President Kramer presiding.

  QUORUM CALL

  Senator Iverson requested a nonrecord roll call to determine that a
  quorum was present.

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

  Senate Resolution 52, by committee on Rules and
  Administration, a Senate resolution urging the Iowa congressional
  delegation to support and work to implement the renewal of the trade
  promotion authority of the President of the United States.

  Read first time and placed on calendar.

  Senate Resolution 53, by Iverson and Gronstal, a Senate
  resolution honoring Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Norman E.
  Borlaug, and recognizing his contributions to alleviating world
  hunger and malnutrition, including the founding of the World Food
  Prize.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Rules and
  Administration.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 758, a bill for an act providing for
  congressional and
  legislative districts and providing an effective date.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 12:  King, Lamberti, Kibbie, Bolkcom, Connolly, Deluhery,
  Drake,
  Fink, Houser, Jensen, McKean, and Sexton.  Nays, 2:  Dearden and Rittmer.
  Absent or
  not voting, 1:  Maddox.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration House File 758.

  House File 758

  On motion of Senator King, House File 758, a bill for an act
  providing for congressional and legislative districts and providing an
  effective date, with report of committee recommending passage, 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?" (H.F. 758), the vote was:

  Ayes, 37:

  Angelo	Behn	Boettger	Bolkcom
  Connolly	Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky
  Fink	Flynn	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Hansen	Horn
  Houser	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  Kibbie	King	Kramer	Lamberti
  Lundby	McCoy	McKean	McKibben
  McKinley	Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg
  Schuerer	Sexton	Shearer	Tinsman
  Veenstra

  Nays, 13:

  Bartz	Black	Dearden	Fiegen
  Greiner	Hammond	Harper	Holveck
  Maddox	Miller	Rittmer	Soukup
  Zieman

  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
  House File 758 be immediately messaged to the House.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE RESOLUTION 53, a Senate resolution honoring Nobel
  Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, and recognizing his
  contributions to
  alleviating world hunger and malnutrition, including the founding of the
  World Food
  Prize.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Iverson, Kramer, Gronstal, Boettger, Dvorsky, Fink,
  Gaskill,
  Harper, Johnson, McKean, and Rittmer.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting,
  none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.
  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for immediate consideration Senate Resolution 53.

  Senate Resolution 53

  On motion of Senator McCoy, Senate Resolution 53, a Senate
  resolution honoring Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Norman E.
  Borlaug, and recognizing his contributions to alleviating world
  hunger and malnutrition, including the founding of the World Food
  Prize, with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up
  for consideration.

  Senator McCoy moved the adoption of Senate Resolution 53, which
  motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

  Senator Lundby, until she returns, on request of Senator Iverson.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Appropriations Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration House File 698.

  House File 698

  On motion of Senator Jenson, House File 698, a bill for an act
  providing appropriations for certain temporary staffing for the Iowa
  utilities board and consumer advocate prior to assessment of such
  staffing expenses to utilities, with report of committee recommending
  passage, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Lamberti offered amendment S-3712, filed by him from
  the floor to page 1 and to the title page of the bill, and moved its
  adoption.
  Amendment S-3712 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Jensen 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?" (H.F. 698), the vote was:

  Ayes, 38:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Connolly	Dearden	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fink	Flynn
  Gaskill	Gronstal	Harper	Horn
  Houser	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  King	Kramer	Lamberti	Maddox
  McCoy	McKean	McKibben	McKinley
  Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg	Rittmer
  Schuerer	Sexton	Shearer	Soukup
  Tinsman	Veenstra

  Nays, 11:

  Bolkcom	Fiegen	Fraise	Freeman
  Greiner	Hammond	Hansen	Holveck
  Kibbie	Miller	Zieman

  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Lundby

  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
  House File 698 be immediately messaged to the House.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE RESOLUTION 52, a Senate resolution urging the
  Iowa
  congressional delegation to support and work to implement the renewal of the
  trade
  promotion authority of the President of the United States.

  Recommendation:  APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.
  Final Vote:  Ayes, 7:  Iverson, Kramer, Boettger, Gaskill, Johnson, McKean,
  and
  Rittmer.  Nays, 4:  Gronstal, Dvorsky, Fink, and Harper.  Absent or not
  voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for immediate consideration Senate Resolution 52.

  Senate Resolution 52

  On motion of Senator Gaskill, Senate Resolution 52, a Senate
  resolution urging the Iowa congressional delegation to support and
  work to implement the renewal of the trade promotion authority of
  the President of the United States, was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Kibbie offered amendment S-3711, filed by him from the
  floor to page 2 of the resolution.

  President Pro Tempore McKean took the chair at 3:36 p.m.

  Senator Kibbie moved the adoption of amendment S-3711.

  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-3711 be adopted?" (S.R. 52),
  the vote was:

  Ayes, 22:

  Black	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Dvorsky	Fiegen	Fink
  Flynn	Fraise	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Holveck	Horn
  Kibbie	Lundby	McCoy	McKean
  Shearer	Soukup

  Nays, 28:

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

  Absent or not voting, none.

  Amendment S-3711 lost.

  LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  Leave of absence was granted as follows:

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

  BUSINESS PENDING

  Senate Resolution 52

  The Senate resumed consideration of Senate Resolution 52.

  Senator Gaskill moved the adoption of Senate Resolution 52.

  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall the resolution be adopted?" (S.R. 52), the
  vote was:

  Ayes, 29:

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

  Nays, 20:

  Black	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Dvorsky	Fiegen	Fink
  Flynn	Fraise	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Holveck	Horn
  Kibbie	McCoy	Shearer	Soukup
  Absent or not voting, 1:

  Drake

  The motion prevailed and the resolution was adopted.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  BUSINESS AND LABOR RELATIONS

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 696, a bill for an act relating to the
  employment
  security administrative contribution surcharge, and providing an effective
  date.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 10:  Greiner, Dearden, Behn, Fraise, Hammond, Horn, King,
  Lundby, McKibben and Schuerer.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting, 1:
  Freeman.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration House File 696.

  House File 696

  On motion of Senator Behn, House File 696, a bill for an act
  relating to the employment security administrative contribution
  surcharge, and providing an effective date, was taken up for
  consideration.

  Senator Kibbie asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-3410, filed by him on April 19, 2001,
  striking everything after the enacting clause and to the title page of
  the bill.

  Senator Behn offered amendment S-3698, filed by him on May 8,
  2001, striking everything after the enacting clause of the bill.

  LEAVES OF ABSENCE

  Leaves of absence were granted as follows:
  Senator Lundby, until she returns, on request of Senator Bartz; and Senator
  Dearden, until he returns, on request of Senator Gronstal.

  BUSINESS PENDING

  House File 696

  The Senate resumed consideration of House File 696.

  Senator King offered amendment S-3715, filed by Senators King,
  Rehberg, and Schuerer from the floor to page 1 of amendment
  S-3698.

  President Kramer took the chair at 4:15 p.m.

  The Senate stood at ease at 4:16 p.m. until the fall of the gavel for
  the purpose of a party caucus.

  The Senate resumed session at 4:41 p.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  Senator King moved the adoption of amendment S-3715 to
  amendment S-3698.

  A record roll call was requested.

  On the question "Shall amendment S-3715 to amendment S-3698
  be adopted?" (H.F. 696), the vote was:

  Ayes, 9:

  Gaskill	Houser	King	McKinley
  Miller	Rehberg	Schuerer	Sexton
  Veenstra

  Nays, 39:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fiegen	Fink
  Flynn	Fraise	Freeman	Greiner
  Gronstal	Hammond	Hansen	Harper
  Holveck	Horn	Iverson	Jensen
  Johnson	Kibbie	Kramer	Lamberti
  Maddox	McCoy	McKean	McKibben
  Redfern	Redwine	Rittmer	Shearer
  Soukup	Tinsman	Zieman

  Absent or not voting, 2:

  Dearden	Lundby

  Amendment S-3715 lost.

  Senator Iverson offered amendment S-3710, filed by him from the
  floor to pages 1 and 2 of amendment S-3698, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-3710 was adopted by a voice vote.

  Senator Behn moved the adoption of amendment S-3698, as
  amended, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  With the adoption of amendment S-3698, the Chair ruled
  amendment S-3383, filed by Senator Freeman on April 18, 2001, to
  page 2 of the bill, out of order.

  Senator Behn 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?" (H.F. 696), the vote was:

  Ayes, 41:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky	Fiegen
  Fink	Flynn	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Greiner	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Holveck	Horn
  Houser	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  Kibbie	Lundby	McCoy	McKean
  McKibben	Redfern	Rehberg	Rittmer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	Veenstra
  Zieman

  Nays, 9:

  King	Kramer	Lamberti	Maddox
  McKinley	Miller	Redwine	Schuerer
  Tinsman

  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
  House File 696 be immediately messaged to the House.

  UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  House File 577

  On motion of Senator Jensen, House File 577, a bill for an act
  relating to electric power generation and transmission, by addressing
  the criteria for construction of an electric generating facility; waivers;
  approval of power purchase contracts; management of regulated
  emissions from facilities fueled by coal; providing for the development
  of a state electric energy policy; providing for joint agreements for
  acquisition of ownership of a joint facility for electric power
  generation and transmission, and for the planning, financing,
  operation, and maintenance of the joint facility; providing for the
  bonding authority of electric power agencies; and making certain
  other changes and requirements related to electric generation and
  transmission, with report of committee on Commerce without
  recommendation, placed on the Unfinished Business Calendar on
  April 5, 2001, re-referred to the committee on Commerce on April 18,
  2001, and returned to the calendar with report of committee on
  Commerce recommending amendment and passage on May 7, 2001,
  was taken up for consideration.

  Senator Gronstal offered amendment S-3686, filed by Senator
  Gronstal, et al., on May 7, 2001, striking everything after the
  enacting clause and to the title page of the bill.

  Senator Gronstal asked and received unanimous consent that
  action on amendment S-3686 be deferred.

  Senator Johnson asked and received unanimous consent to
  withdraw amendment S-3713, filed by her from the floor striking
  everything after the enacting clause and to the title page of the bill.
  Senator Johnson offered amendment S-3717, filed by her from the
  floor striking everything after the enacting clause and to the title
  page of the bill, and moved its adoption.

  Amendment S-3717 was adopted by a voice vote.

  With the adoption of amendment S-3717, the Chair ruled the
  following amendments out of order:

  S-3686, filed by Senator Gronstal, et al., previously deferred;
  S-3673, filed by the committee on Commerce on May 7, 2001, to
  pages 1-4 of the bill;
  S-3685, filed by Senator Johnson on May 7, 2001, to pages 1, 3,
  and 4 of amendment S-3673;
  S-3689, filed by Senator Johnson on May 7, 2001, to pages 1, 3,
  and 4 of amendment S-3673;
  S-3352, filed by Senator Connolly on April 12, 2001, to page 1 of
  the bill;
  S-3691, filed by Senator Johnson on May 7, 2001, to pages 1 and 2
  of the bill;
  S-3687, filed by Senator Freeman, et al., on May 7, 2001, to page 2
  of the bill; and
  S-3701, filed by Senator Johnson on May 8, 2001, to page 4 of the
  bill.

  Senator Jensen 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?" (H.F. 577), the vote was:

  Ayes, 50:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Dearden
  Deluhery	Drake	Dvorsky	Fiegen
  Fink	Flynn	Fraise	Freeman
  Gaskill	Greiner	Gronstal	Hammond
  Hansen	Harper	Holveck	Horn
  Houser	Iverson	Jensen	Johnson
  Kibbie	King	Kramer	Lamberti
  Lundby	Maddox	McCoy	McKean
  McKibben	McKinley	Miller	Redfern
  Redwine	Rehberg	Rittmer	Schuerer
  Sexton	Shearer	Soukup	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, as amended, was agreed to.

  IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that
  House File 577 be immediately messaged to the House.

  HOUSE MESSAGE RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED

  The following message was received from the Chief Clerk of the
  House:

  MADAM PRESIDENT:  I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
  House has on June 19, 2001, passed the following bill in which the
  concurrence of the
  Senate is asked:

  House File 757, a bill for an act relating to the taxation under the
  individual income tax of certain federal tax rebates and including a
  retroactive applicability date provision.

  Read first time and referred to committee on Ways and Means.

  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 5:25 p.m.
  until the completion of a meeting of the committee on Ways and
  Means.

  RECONVENED

  The Senate reconvened at 5:31 p.m., President Kramer presiding.
  RECESS

  On motion of Senator Iverson, the Senate recessed at 5:34 p.m.
  until the completion of a meeting of the committee on Rules and
  Administration.

  RECONVENED

  The Senate reconvened at 5:45 p.m., President Kramer presiding.

  INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTION

  Senate Concurrent Resolution 32, by committee on Rules and
  Administration, a concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment
  sine die.

  Read first time and placed on calendar.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  WAYS AND MEANS

  Final Bill Action:  HOUSE FILE 757, a bill for an act relating to the
  taxation under
  the individual income tax of certain federal tax rebates and including a
  retroactive
  applicability date provision.

  Recommendation:  DO PASS.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 15:  McKibben, McKinley, Harper, Bolkcom, Connolly,
  Deluhery,
  Drake, Flynn, Greiner, Holveck, Lamberti, Maddox, Miller, Redwine, and
  Rehberg.
  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting, none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  CONSIDERATION OF BILL
  (Ways and Means Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for consideration House File 757.

  House File 757

  On motion of Senator McKibben, House File 757, a bill for an act
  relating to the taxation under the individual income tax of certain
  federal tax rebates and including a retroactive applicability date
  provision, with report of committee recommending passage, was
  taken up for consideration.

  Senator Kibbie offered amendment S-3714, filed by Senators
  Kibbie, Fraise, and Connolly from the floor striking everything after
  the enacting clause and to the title page of the bill.

  Senator McKibben raised the point of order that amendment
  S-3714 was not germane to the bill.

  The Chair ruled the point well-taken and amendment S-3714 out
  of order.

  Senator Harper offered amendment S-3716, filed by Senator
  Harper, et al., from the floor striking everything after the enacting
  clause and to the title page of the bill.

  Senator McKibben raised the point of order that amendment
  S-3716 was not germane to the bill.

  The Chair ruled the point well-taken and amendment S-3716 out
  of order.

  Senator McKibben 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?" (H.F. 757), the vote was:

  Ayes, 48:

  Angelo	Bartz	Behn	Black
  Boettger	Bolkcom	Connolly	Deluhery
  Drake	Dvorsky	Fiegen	Fink
  Flynn	Fraise	Freeman	Gaskill
  Greiner	Gronstal	Hansen	Harper
  Holveck	Horn	Houser	Iverson
  Jensen	Johnson	Kibbie	King
  Kramer	Lamberti	Lundby	Maddox
  McCoy	McKean	McKibben	McKinley
  Miller	Redfern	Redwine	Rehberg
  Rittmer	Schuerer	Sexton	Shearer
  Soukup	Tinsman	Veenstra	Zieman
  Nays, 2:

  Dearden	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
  House File 757 be immediately messaged to the House.

  The Senate stood at ease at 6:10 p.m. until the fall of the gavel for
  the purpose of party caucuses.

  The Senate resumed session at 6:19 p.m., President Kramer
  presiding.

  COMMITTEE REPORT

  RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

  Final Bill Action:  SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 32, a concurrent
  resolution to provide for adjournment sine die.

  Recommendation:  APPROVED COMMITTEE BILL.

  Final Vote:  Ayes, 11:  Iverson, Kramer, Gronstal, Boettger, Dvorsky, Fink,
  Gaskill,
  Harper, Johnson, McKean, and Rittmer.  Nays, none.  Absent or not voting,
  none.

  Fiscal Note:  NOT REQUIRED UNDER JOINT RULE 17.

  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
  (Regular Calendar)

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent to take up
  for immediate consideration Senate Concurrent Resolution 32.

  Senate Concurrent Resolution 32

  On motion of Senator Iverson, Senate Concurrent Resolution 32,
  a concurrent resolution to provide for adjournment sine die, was
  taken up for consideration.
  Senator Iverson moved the adoption of Senate Concurrent
  Resolution 32, which motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  IMMEDIATELY MESSAGED

  Senator Iverson asked and received unanimous consent that
  Senate Concurrent Resolution 32 be immediately messaged to
  the House.

  SECRETARY TO NOTIFY THE
  GOVERNOR AND THE HOUSE

  Senator Iverson moved that the Secretary of the Senate be directed
  to send a written message to the Governor and to the House to inform
  them that the Senate was prepared to adjourn sine die pursuant to
  Senate Concurrent Resolution 32.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  APPENDIX

  RESIGNATION FROM OFFICE

  The following resignation was received subsequent to adjournment
  of the 2001 Regular Session:

  May 15, 2001

  The Honorable Thomas J. Vilsack
  State Capitol
  Des Moines, Iowa 50319

  Dear Governor Vilsack:

  I respectfully submit my resignation from the Iowa Senate, District 43,
  effective
  Thursday, May 17.

  I have accepted the position of State Executive Director of the Iowa Farm
  Service
  Agency of USDA.

  Sincerely,
  Derryl McLaren
  COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED

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

  June 6, 2001

  IOWA COLLEGE STUDENT AID COMMISSION

  1999-2000 Annual Report, pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 261.

  June 11, 2001

  DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

  Iowa Division of Community Action Agencies 1999 Annual Report.

  COMMUNICATION FROM LEGISLATIVE SERVICE BUREAU

  The following communication was received from the Legislative
  Service Bureau on June 1, 2001:

  To:	Secretary of the Iowa Senate, Chief Clerk of the Iowa House of
  Representatives, and Members of the Iowa General Assembly.

  From:	Diane Bolender, Director, and Ed Cook, Legal Counsel, Iowa Legislative
  Service Bureau.

  Date:	June 1, 2001

  Pursuant to Chapter 42 of the 2001 Code of Iowa, the Legislative Service
  Bureau
  delivers to the Iowa General Assembly identical bills embodying a (second)
  plan of
  legislative and Congressional districting prepared in accordance with the
  U.S.
  Constitution, the Iowa Constitution, and Iowa Code section 42.4.  In
  addition to the
  identical bills, this memorandum and the accompanying attachments include
  maps
  illustrating the plan, a summary of the standards prescribed by law for
  redistricting, a
  listing of the population for each district created, a statistical analysis
  of the plan, and
  listings of the political subdivisions undivided under the plan.  This
  memorandum, the
  identical bills, as well as maps illustrating the plan, are also available
  through the
  internet on the Iowa Redistricting in 2001 link on the Iowa General
  Assembly's website
  ( www.legis.iowa.gov  ).

  REPORTS OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

  BUSINESS AND LABOR RELATIONS

  Convened:  June 19, 2001, 1:06 p.m.

  Members Present:  Greiner, Vice Chair; Dearden, Ranking Member; Behn,
  Fraise,
  Hammond, Horn, King, Lundby, McKibben, and Schuerer.
  Members Absent:  Freeman, Chair (excused).

  Committee Business:  Passed HF 696.

  Adjourned:  1:15 p.m.

  RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

  Convened:  June 19, 2001, 12:05 p.m.

  Members Present:  Iverson, Chair; Kramer, Vice Chair; Gronstal, Ranking
  Member;
  Boettger, Dvorsky, Fink, Harper, Johnson, McKean, and Rittmer.

  Members Absent:  Gaskill (excused).

  Committee Business:  Passed SRs 52 and 53.

  Adjourned:  12:25 p.m.

  ALSO:

  Convened:  June 19, 2001, 5:38 p.m.

  Members Present:  Iverson, Chair; Kramer, Vice Chair; Gronstal, Ranking
  Member;
  Boettger, Dvorsky, Fink, Gaskill, Harper, Johnson, McKean, and Rittmer.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Passed SCR 32.

  Adjourned:  5:40 p.m.

  STATE GOVERNMENT

  Convened:  June 19, 2001, 12:40 p.m.

  Members Present:  King, Chair; Lamberti, Vice Chair; Kibbie, Ranking Member;
  Bolkcom, Connolly, Dearden, Deluhery, Drake, Fink, Houser, Jensen, McKean,
  Rittmer, and Sexton.

  Members Absent:  Maddox (excused).

  Committee Business:  Passed HF 758.

  Adjourned:  12:52 p.m.

  WAYS AND MEANS

  Convened:  June 19, 2001, 5:25 p.m.
  Members Present:  McKibben, Chair; McKinley, Vice Chair; Harper, Ranking
  Member; Bolkcom, Connolly, Deluhery, Drake, Flynn, Greiner, Holveck,
  Lamberti,
  Maddox, Miller, Redwine, and Rehberg.

  Members Absent:  None.

  Committee Business:  Passed HF 757.

  Adjourned:  5:29 p.m.

  SUBCOMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

  House File 743

  WAYS AND MEANS:  Greiner, Chair; Harper and McKinley

  House File 757

  WAYS AND MEANS:  McKibben, Chair; Flynn and McKinley

  House File 758

  STATE GOVERNMENT:  King, Chair; Kibbie and Lamberti

  PETITIONS

  The following petitions were presented and placed on file:

  From 530 residents of various counties in Iowa favoring legislation
  to allow local control of hog confinement facilities.  Senator Soukup.

  From residents of Lee County, Iowa, supporting the continuance of
  workforce centers in rural Iowa and favoring the extension of the
  employer surtax to fund the centers.  Senator Shearer.

  From residents of Washington County, Iowa, supporting the
  continuance of workforce centers in rural Iowa and favoring the
  extension of the employer surtax to fund the centers.  Senator
  Shearer.

  AMENDMENTS FILED

  S-3710	H.F.	696	Stewart Iverson, Jr.
  S-3711	S.R.	52	John P. Kibbie
  S-3712	H.F.	698	Jeff Lamberti
  S-3713	H.F.	577	JoAnn Johnson
  S-3714	H.F.	757	John P. Kibbie
  Eugene S. Fraise
  Mike Connolly
  S-3715	H.F.	696	Steve King
  Kitty Rehberg
  Neal Schuerer
  S-3716	H.F.	757	Patricia Harper
  Johnie Hammond
  Matt McCoy
  Betty A. Soukup
  Tom Flynn
  Patrick J. Deluhery
  Mike Connolly
  Joe Bolkcom
  Robert E. Dvorsky
  Michael E. Gronstal
  S-3717	H.F.	577	JoAnn Johnson

  MOTION TO ADJOURN ADOPTED

  Senator Iverson moved that that 2001 Extraordinary Session of
  the Seventy-ninth General Assembly adjourn sine die in accordance
  with Senate Concurrent Resolution 32, duly adopted.

  The motion prevailed by a voice vote.

  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 June 19, 2001, concurred in the Senate amendment and passed the
  following bills in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

  House File 577, a bill for an act relating to electric power
  generation and transmission, by addressing the criteria for
  construction of an electric generating facility; waivers; approval of
  power purchase contracts; management of regulated emissions from
  facilities fueled by coal; providing for the development of a state
  electric energy policy; providing for joint agreements for acquisition of
  ownership of a joint facility for electric power generation and
  transmission, and for the planning, financing, operation, and
  maintenance of the joint facility; providing for the bonding authority
  of electric power agencies; and making certain other changes and
  requirements related to electric generation and transmission.

  House File 696, a bill for an act relating to the employment
  security administrative contribution surcharge, and providing an
  effective date.

  House File 698, a bill for an act providing appropriations for
  certain temporary staffing for the Iowa utilities board and consumer
  advocate prior to assessment of such staffing expenses to utilities.

  ALSO:  That the House has on June 19, 2001, adopted the following resolution
  in
  which the concurrence of the House was asked:

  Senate Concurrent Resolution 32, a concurrent resolution to
  provide for adjournment sine die.

  ALSO:  That the House is prepared to adjourn the 2001 Extraordinary Session
  of
  the Seventy-ninth General Assembly pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution
  32,
  duly adopted.

  FINAL ADJOURNMENT

  By virtue of Senate Concurrent Resolution 32, duly adopted, the
  day of June 19, 2001, having arrived, President Kramer declared the
  2001 Extraordinary Session of the Seventy-ninth General Assembly
  adjourned sine die.

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