Journal of the Senate

FIRST REGULAR SESSION


THIRD DAY--MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2001


The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

President Maxwell in the Chair.

Reverend Carl Gauck offered the following prayer:

"David praised the Lord...Yours Oh Lord is the greatness and the power and the glory and the majesty and the splendor, for everything in heaven and earth is yours." (I Chronicles 29:10a, 11)

Gracious Lord, we thank You that we are here to work and celebrate an important day for the people of Missouri. We rejoice for the work we have to do here in the Senate and in finding avenues of cooperation with our new Governor and the Executive Branch. Guide us in our deliberations, our decisions and our play this long day and may we, like David, give You praise for all You have provided and done for us. In Your Holy Name we pray. Amen.

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

A quorum being established, the Senate proceeded with its business.

The Journal for Thursday, January 4, 2001, was read and approved.

The following Senators were present during the day's proceedings:

Present--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3
The Lieutenant Governor was present.

RESOLUTIONS

Senator Stoll offered Senate Resolution No. 11, regarding the Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary of Mr. And Mrs. Samuel Salamon, Crystal City, which was adopted.

Senator Singleton offered Senate Resolution No. 12, regarding Wally and Cecilia Wallraven of Contract Freighters, Incorporated, Joplin, which was adopted.

Senator Singleton offered Senate Resolution No. 13, regarding Beverly A. DeMasters, Joplin, which was adopted.

Senator Singleton offered Senate Resolution No. 14, regarding Bob and Beverly Mann, Joplin, which was adopted.

Senator Singleton offered Senate Resolution No. 15, regarding Stan Gootee, Joplin, which was adopted.

Senator Singleton offered Senate Resolution No. 16, regarding Mike Walters, Joplin, which was adopted.

Senator Wiggins offered Senate Resolution No. 17, regarding Andrew Gabriel Turner, Kansas City, which was adopted.

Senator Wiggins offered Senate Resolution No. 18, regarding Zachary Koenig Tyrl, Kansas City, which was adopted.

Senator Wiggins offered Senate Resolution No. 19, regarding Grant Thomas Keyser, Kansas City, which was adopted.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE

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

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted SCR 1.

Also,

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the following Representatives have been appointed to act with a like committee from the Senate pursuant to SCR 1. Representatives Farnen, Kreider, Abel, Crump, Foley, Thompson, Barry, Boykins, Hagan-Harrell, Johnson (90), Fraser, Hanaway, Naeger, Shields, Luetkemeyer, Reinhardt and Legan.

Senator DePasco moved that the Senate recess and the Senators repair to the Rotunda of the Capitol where they will meet the House of Representatives in Joint Session to witness the inauguration of the newly elected Governor Bob Holden, and receive his message, which motion prevailed.

JOINT ASSEMBLY

The Senate and the House of Representatives met in Joint Assembly on the steps of the Capitol and President Pro Tem Quick called the Joint Assembly to order.

Governor-elect Bob Holden and Governor Roger Wilson were conducted to their places on the Inaugural Platform by the Legislative Inaugural Committees of the 91st General Assembly.

Welcome was extended by the Honorable Ronnie L. White, Judge of the Supreme Court.

Robert Lee Holden III and John D. Holden lead the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

The Honorable Glenn A. Norton, Chief Legal Counsel to Governor Bob Holden sang the National Anthem.

The Invocation was offered by Dr. James I. Spainhower, Missouri State Treasurer (1973-1981).

Remarks were made by the Honorable Thomas F. Eagleton, United States Senator (1969-1987).

United States Senator Jean Carnahan was introduced.

Congressman Richard A. Gephardt, Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives was introduced.

Congressman Ike Skelton was introduced.

Congresswoman Karen McCarthy was introduced.

Congressman Samuel B. Graves, Jr., was introduced.

Congressman Roy Blunt was introduced.

Congresswoman Joann Emerson was introduced.

Congressman Kenny C. Hulshoff was introduced.

Former First Lady of Missouri, Betty Hearnes, was introduced.

Governor Roger Wilson was introduced.

First Lady Pat Wilson was introduced.

Edward E. Quick, President Pro Tem of the Missouri Senate, was introduced.

Peter D. Kinder, Co-President Pro Tem of the Missouri Senate, was introduced.

James Kreider, Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives, was introduced.

The Chief Justice, William Ray Price, Jr., Judge Duane Benton, Judge Ann K. Covington, Judge John C. Holstein, Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. and Judge Michael Wolff of the Missouri Supreme Court were introduced.

Secretary of State Bekki Cook was introduced.

State Auditor Claire McCaskill was introduced.

Judge Jeff W. Schaeperkoetter, Judge of the 20th Judicial Circuit Court, administered the oath of office to Attorney General Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon.

Judge Barbara W. Wallace, Judge of the 21st Judicial Circuit Court, administered the oath of office to State Treasurer Nancy Farmer.

Judge Duane Benton, Judge of the Supreme Court, administered the oath of office to Secretary of State Matt Blunt.

Judge Ronnie L. White, Judge of the Supreme Court, administered the oath of office to Lieutenant Governor Joe Maxwell.

Reading of the Scripture was offered by The Reverend Maurice J. Nutt, C.Ss.R., D.Min., St. Alphonsus "Rock" Catholic Church.

Remarks were made by the Honorable Richard A. Gephardt, Democratic Leader, United States House of Representatives.

The Statewide Inaugural Choir, sang a Patriotic Medley.

The Honorable Calvin R. Holden, Judge of the 31st Judicial Circuit, was introduced.

The oath of office was administered to Governor-elect Bob Holden by Judge Holden. Immediately after administration of the oath, military honors were rendered to Governor Holden with the firing of a nineteen gun salute by First Battalion, 129th Field Artillery, MOARNG, Independence, Missouri.

There was a Flyover by four F-15 Fighter Jets, 131st Fighter Wing, MOANG, Lambert Field, St. Louis.

Governor Holden delivered his Inaugural Address.

GOVERNOR HOLDEN'S INAUGURAL SPEECH

January 8, 2001

Today we observe the beginning of a new century. But more importantly, we bear witness to the beginning of a new vision: one bright future, one Missouri.

Only three short months ago, Missourians stood together with the Carnahan and Sifford families in their hour of need. The power of our shared grief made us all stronger.

Thank you, Jean, for the grace you have shown during these difficult days. You have made all of us proud.

Through these challenging times, we have supported our new Governor as he carried out his duties with honor and dignity. His compassion and good humor have lifted our spirits. Thank you, Governor Wilson, for your leadership.

As we reflect on these events, we realize that sometimes it's in the worst of times that we discover the best in ourselves. We came together and moved Missouri forward.

That same power that brought us forward in sorrow can now bring us forward in success. The power of shared common goals can break down any walls that separate us, whether those walls are constructed from personal ideology, special interests, or regional concerns.

The dawn of this new day brings new hopes and new beginnings. Today our dawn has come…the awakening of a new century and a better Missouri.

Our past sunsets have brought us a multitude of gifts. We have unlimited resources--a central location, two international cities, two magnificent rivers, rich farmland, an evolving life sciences corridor, and one of the most talented and productive workforces in the world. These resources and the excellent leadership of the past eight years have carried us far.

Missourians are safer, healthier, and better educated than at any time in our history.

But we cannot…we must not…rest on these accomplishments. Our prosperous past only holds meaning for Missouri if we fulfill our potential for a glorious future.

As we begin this first administration of a new century, I call on all Missourians to reach new heights. Do we have the will? Will we have the courage? Can we summon the imagination to lead?

Missourians of the past have provided the example for us to follow. We live in a state that has produced pioneers such as Harry Truman, George Washington Carver, and Phoebe Apperson Hearst. A state that built the first mile of interstate highway and established the nation's first kindergarten. A state that educated a young woman named Linda Godwin in rural Missouri and sent her into space.

Our history has prepared us…Almighty God has blessed us…with the opportunity to make a difference.

In the words of the famous poet Robert Frost, it is time Missouri took "the road less traveled by"and that will make "all the difference" for our future generations.

With this shining new century, let us think anew. Let us dream anew. Let us build anew.

The ideas, principles, and progress of our past architects have provided a solid foundation. Now we must build a Missouri that we will be proud to pass on to the generations to come. One Missouri that supports the most vulnerable citizens--our young, our poor, our sick, and our elderly. One Missouri that offers the opportunities for our Missouri families and businesses to grow. One Missouri that gives all our citizens the chance to succeed.

Our one Missouri will find its character in our resolve to foster healthy bodies, strong minds, and respect for each other…

its strength in our commitment to giving every child the best possible education…

its prosperity in fostering a well-trained and highly skilled work force.

Our one Missouri will find new prominence in the world marketplace by developing a broader transportation system that is second to none.

Our one Missouri will preserve its future for our families by protecting the environment.

However, the greatest barrier we have to building one Missouri is ourselves. We can no longer think in terms of urban vs. rural, black vs. white, Democrat vs. Republican, St. Louis vs. Kansas City, or the countless other interests that seek to divide us. We must come together to find common ground.

It is time Kansas City and St. Louis realize they live in the same state. These two urban titans must work together to make Missouri competitive in the global marketplace of a new century.

It is time our rural communities and urban centers work together for the good of all our citizens. It is time we judge people by the "content of their character," not by "the color of their skin."

It is time we respect all people--paying respect to the integrity of their views, even if we disagree with the substance of their policies. For we are one Missouri--one bright future.

One of my personal heroes in public service, Robert Kennedy, was fond of quoting English writer George Bernard Shaw, who said: "Some men see things as they are and ask why. I dream things that never were and ask why not."

Over the next four years, this administration will continue to dream of those possibilities and dare to ask "why not." We will set our sights on what can be, not what has been.

This administration will lead by example, guided by the principles instilled in me by my parents, my teachers, my heroes, and my family.

Those principles taught me that this administration should never be about any one person--it is about all of us. As a young boy growing up on a farm in southern Missouri, I had parents I love and respect more than they will ever realize.

They believed each generation bears a responsibility to both the generation past and the generation to come. So to our seniors and our children, let me say: my administration will work for you.

As a student who started in a one-room schoolhouse and became the first in my family to graduate from a state university, I was fortunate to learn at the hands of excellent teachers who unlocked doors to opportunity with the knowledge they gave me. Our second son is named for one of those teachers. My administration values those teachers and the future minds they will mold. My administration is for them.

As a college student inspired by heroes such as Robert Kennedy, who sacrificed his life on behalf of a better life for others, I dedicated my life to public service. My administration is for all public servants who believe they can make a difference.

As a partner to my wife Lori and father to our sons, Robert and John D., I have found that nothing is more important than shaping a world where families can share bonds of love and success. To our Missouri families, let me say: we are families who share common backgrounds and uncommon opportunities.

And I will use that knowledge and understanding we have been given to improve Missouri for all families. My administration is for you.

The goal of my administration is to unite all Missourians in forging a bright future that holds maximum opportunities for each of us. I understand your concerns, and I share your aspirations.

I was born in Kansas City, raised on a farm in south central Missouri near a town called Birch Tree, represented Springfield in the Missouri General Assembly, worked in St. Louis, and am glad to be able to say that for the next four years we can continue to call Jefferson City our home.

Yet no matter where I have lived or worked, no matter what the regional interests or issues, I have seen one common conviction that all Missourians share: a faith in our capacity to do better.

This optimism and determination have brought us far in the past, and I believe they can propel us to greatness in the future. The world witnessed such optimism and determination from Great Britain during World War II. At that time, when this island nation was fighting alone to keep freedom alive, the British people were inspired by the new leadership of Sir Winston Churchill. As he stepped forward to assume the role of Prime Minister, Sir Winston said: "I felt as if I were walking with destiny and that all my past life had been but a preparation for this hour."

History holds many lessons, and this chapter certainly sends a powerful message to us today. If unity of the human spirit can lift a people to triumph in a time of such turmoil, just think…just think what we can accomplish if our hands, our hearts, and our minds are joined in this time of unparalleled opportunity.

Our past has prepared us for this hour, and from this day forward, we will direct its destiny. We have the vision and the passion to make this our "finest hour," as we embark on a journey of opportunities. Let us take that journey together. With your help and with God as our compass…let us meet the responsibilities that lie ahead.

Let us walk confidently into the 21st century and make it Missouri's century. Let our legacy be one bright future--one Missouri.

Thank you.

The Statewide Inaugural Choir sang.

The Benediction was pronounced by Rabbi Susan Talve, Central Reform Congregation, St. Louis, Missouri.

The audience remained standing, and Governor Holden was escorted from the platform by the Legislative Inaugural Committee.

Co-President Pro Tem of the Senate, Senator Peter D. Kinder, adjourned the Joint Session of the 91st General Assembly.

On motion of Co-President Pro Tem Kinder, the Joint Assembly dissolved and the Senators returned to the Chamber where they were called to order by President Maxwell.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

The following Bills were read the 1st time and 1,000 copies ordered printed:

SB 241-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal section 375.355, RSMo 2000, relating to insurance companies, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 242-By Kenney.

An Act to repeal section 166.300, RSMo 2000, relating to capital improvement funds for elementary and secondary schools, and to enact in lieu thereof eight new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 243-By DePasco.

An Act to repeal section 82.300, RSMo 2000, relating to city ordinances, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 244-By Staples.

An Act to amend chapter 302, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to theft of motor fuel.

MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR

The following messages were received from the Governor, reading of which was waived:

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 4, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Peter N. Brown, Republican, 585 Country Club Drive, Four Seasons, Camden County, Missouri 65049, as a member of the Tourism Commission, for a term ending January 15, 2003, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Daniel R. Keller, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 4, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Linda L. Duffy, Republican, 1811 Woodrail Avenue, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65203, as a member of the Missouri Community Service Commission, for a term ending December 15, 2002, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Derrick L. Driemeyer, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 4, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Manuel T. Pacheco, Ph.D., 1900 South Providence Road, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65203, as a member of the Midwestern Higher Education Commission, for a term ending January 15, 2001, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Dr. John Park, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 4, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Consuelo "Connie" Washington, Democrat, 4445 Floriss Place, St. Louis City, Missouri 63115, as a member of the Tourism Commission, for a term ending January 15, 2001, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 5, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Laurel A. Bondi, D.P.M., 405 Myrtle, Belton, Cass County, Missouri 64012, as a member of the State Board of Podiatric Medicine, for a term ending July 1, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 5, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

George V. Boyle, 706 Wildwood Drive, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65203, as a member of the Missouri Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, for a term ending June 30, 2003, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Eleanor Schwartz, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 8, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment to office:

Ernie Brown, 109 Groce, Post Office Box 19, Delta, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri 63744, as a member of the Air Conservation Commission of the State of Missouri, for a term ending October 13, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, David Zimmerman, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

January 5, 2001

REORGANIZATION PLAN

for the

Division of Aging and the Department of Health

2001

TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the state of Missouri, including the Omnibus State Reorganization Act of 1974 and sections 26.500 through 26.540, RSMo, I hereby transmit the Division of Aging and Department of Health Reorganization Plan of 2001 (attachment A), which provides for the transfer of the Division of Aging from the Missouri Department of Social Services to the Missouri Department of Health.

Pursuant to Section 26.510 RSMo, said plan shall become effective by Executive Order 01-02, (attachment B) not sooner than August 28, 2001, unless it is disapproved.

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

(Attachment A)

REORGANIZATION PLAN

GENERAL BACKGROUND

This plan would rename the current Missouri Department of Health to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and incorporate the Division of Aging currently located within the Department of Social Services into the renamed department.

The Missouri Department of Health is responsible for protecting and promoting the health of the population of Missouri. This is carried out through the assessment of the population's health, identification of health threats and needs, development of policies and priorities, and the assurance of appropriate responses. We implement these core public health functions through collaborative relationships with public and private entities, communities and citizens.

The Division of Aging currently located in the Missouri Department of Social Services is charged with promoting, maintaining, improving, and protecting the quality of life and quality of care for Missouri's older adults and persons with disabilities so they may live as independently as possible with dignity and respect.

SPECIFIC DEPARTMENT STRUCTURE

The reorganized Department of Health and Senior Services will be directed by a Department Director who will have a Chief Operating Officer and two Deputy Directors that report directly to the Director. The Director through the Chief Operating Officer and these two deputies will be responsible for the management of the Department and administration of its programs and services. This includes daily operations and Departmental functions such as those listed below.

The Chief Operating Officer will support and provide oversight for the activities of:

A Deputy Director will support and provide oversight for the activities of the Division of Senior Services and the Division of Health Standards and Licensure.

A Deputy Director will support and provide oversight for the activities of the health and public health functions of the Department of Health and Senior Services.

OTHER RELATED ISSUES

In addition, the following change will occur by legislation and transfer.

A Memorandum of Understanding will be developed between the current Department of Health and the Department of Social Services and carried forward to the renamed Department of Health and Senior Services and the Department of Social Services that will provide guidance for the smooth transition and maintenance of specific issues that impact staff and services of both departments.

These Memorandums will include, but not be limited to, issues relating to accounting, chain of command for interim reporting, contracts, data processing, FY02 budget to be transferred, if passed, grants, hiring, legal services, office space (including leasing, utilities, telecommunications, etc.), payroll, personnel and office resources, purchasing, SAM II, state cars, any collective bargaining agreements, vacancy management and warehousing issues.

(Attachment B)

EXECUTIVE ORDER

01-02

WHEREAS, the Missouri Department of Social Services is created pursuant to Chapter 660, RSMo; and

WHEREAS, the Division of Aging is created and established as a division of the Missouri Department of Social Services pursuant to Section 660.050 RSMo; charged with aiding, assisting and safeguarding the lives of the elderly and low-income disabled adults in this State; and

WHEREAS, the Missouri Department of Health is created pursuant to Chapter 192 RSMo, and charged with safeguarding the health of the people in this state; and

WHEREAS, the transfer of the Division of Aging from the Missouri Department of Social Services to the Missouri Department of Health will benefit the citizens of the state because many of the issues impacting Missouri's senior and disabled citizens are integrally related to health and nutrition; and

WHEREAS, the transfer of the Division of Aging from the Missouri Department of Social Services to the Missouri Department of Health will allow Missouri's seniors and disabled citizens to receive information and critical services from one administrative agency of state government; and

WHEREAS, the transfer of the Division of Aging from the Missouri Department of Social Services to the Missouri Department of Health will result in better integration, closer coordination and communication regarding health, nutrition and social services for Missouri's seniors and disabled citizens that will enhance care and treatment and assure that services are provided in an expedient manner; and

WHEREAS, as part of the transfer of the Division of Aging from the Missouri Department of Social Services to the Missouri Department of Health, there will be created a deputy department director of senior services and an advisory board for senior services. Each will work directly to enhance and elevate programs for Missouri's seniors and disabled citizens; and

WHEREAS, the Division of Aging and Department of Health Reorganization Plan of 2001 (attachment A) was not disapproved within sixty days of its submission to the First Regular Session of the 91st General Assembly.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Roger Wilson, Governor of the State of Missouri, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the state of Missouri, do hereby order the Missouri Department of Social Services and the Missouri Department of Health to cooperate:

1. To transfer all the authority, powers, duties, functions, records, personnel, property, contracts, budgets, matters pending and other pertinent vestiges of the Division of Aging, by Type I, as defined under the Reorganization Act of 1974, to the Missouri Department of Health; and

2. To develop the mechanisms and processes necessary to effectuate the transfer of the Division of Aging to the Missouri Department of Health.

3. To implement all aspects of the Division of Aging and Department of Health Reorganization Plan of 2001 (attachment A).

This order shall become effective no sooner than August 28, 2001 unless disapproved within sixty days of its submission to the First Regular Session of the 91st General Assembly, and shall remain in effect until rescinded by the Governor.

(SEAL) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Missouri, in the City of Jefferson, on this 5th day of January 2001.

/s/ Roger B. Wilson

Governor

ATTEST:

/s/ Rebecca McDowell Cook

Secretary of State

INTRODUCTIONS OF GUESTS

Senator Kinder introduced to the Senate, former State Senator, United States Representative Sam Graves, Tarkio; and Don and Richard Bedell, Sikeston.



Senator Johnson introduced to the Senate, his wife, Jean; their son, Rick, his wife, Kristy, and their children, Zack, Cazes and Ryan, Agency; and Larry Elder, St Joseph.

Senator Caskey introduced to the Senate, his wife, Kay, Butler; and Steffani Lyon, Harrisonville.

Senator DePasco introduced to the Senate, Chief Rick Easley, Deputy Chief Jim Corwin, Captain Cy Ritter and Major Vince McInerny, members of the Kansas City Police Department.

Senator Loudon introduced to the Senate, the Physician of the Day, Dr. Sam Page, M.D., St. Louis.

Senator Rohrbach introduced to the Senate, Betty Kirchoff, Rhonda Meyer, and her daughters, Caitlin and Cameron, McGirk; and Paula Wolken, and her son, John, California; and Caitlin, Cameron and John were made honorary pages.

Senator Staples introduced to the Senate, former State Representative, Lester Patterson, Lee's Summit.

Senator Stoll introduced to the Senate, his wife, Kathy, Festus; and their daughter Laura Irelan, her husband Corey and their daughter, Maggie Allison, St. Louis; and Maggie was made an honorary page.

Senator Johnson introduced to the Senate, his daughter, Lindsey Minson and her husband Tim, Marble Hill; and Mary Elder, St. Joseph.

Senator Rohrbach introduced to the Senate, his sister, Ida Barry, Springfield; and Steven and Annette Barry, Fair Grove.

Senator Kenney introduced to the Senate, his wife, Sandi, Lee's Summit; and Steve and Roberta Miller, Blue Springs.

On motion of Senator Kenney, the Senate adjourned until 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 9, 2001.





SENATE CALENDAR

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FOURTH DAY-TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2001

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FORMAL CALENDAR



SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS



SB 1-Schneider

SB 2-Schneider

SB 3-Schneider

SB 4-Wiggins, et al

SB 5-Wiggins, et al

SB 6-Wiggins, et al

SB 7-Scott

SB 8-Scott

SB 9-Caskey

SB 10-Caskey

SB 11-Russell

SB 12-Russell

SB 13-Russell

SB 14-Mathewson

SB 15-Mathewson

SB 16-Mathewson

SB 17-Staples

SB 18-Staples

SB 19-Goode

SB 20-Goode

SB 21-Goode

SB 22-Singleton

SB 23-Singleton

SB 24-Singleton

SB 25-Johnson

SB 26-Johnson

SB 27-Johnson and

Westfall

SB 28-Rohrbach

SB 29-Rohrbach

SB 30-Rohrbach

SB 31-DePasco, et al

SB 32-Kinder

SB 33-Kinder

SB 34-Kinder

SB 35-House

SB 36-Westfall, et al

SB 37-Westfall and Kinder

SB 38-Westfall, et al

SB 39-Klarich and Goode

SB 40-Klarich

SB 41-Kenney, et al

SB 42-Kenney

SB 43-Kenney

SB 44-Bentley

SB 45-Bentley

SB 46-Bentley

SB 47-Sims

SB 48-Sims

SB 49-Sims

SB 50-Childers

SB 51-Childers and

Russell

SB 52-Childers

SB 53-Bland

SB 54-Bland

SB 55-Bland

SB 56-Stoll, et al

SB 57-Stoll, et al

SB 58-Stoll

SB 59-Steelman, et al

SB 60-Steelman

SB 61-Steelman

SB 62-Carter and Bland

SB 63-Carter, et al

SB 64-Carter

SB 65-Gibbons

SB 66-Gibbons

SB 67-Gross

SB 68-Gross and House

SB 69-Gross

SB 70-Loudon

SB 71-Loudon

SB 72-Loudon

SB 73-Schneider

SB 74-Wiggins

SB 75-Wiggins

SB 76-Wiggins

SB 77-Russell

SB 78-Russell

SB 79-Goode

SB 80-Goode

SB 81-Goode

SB 82-Singleton

SB 83-Singleton

SB 84-Singleton

SB 85-Rohrbach

SB 86-Rohrbach

SB 87-Rohrbach

SB 88-Kinder

SB 89-Kinder

SB 90-Kinder

SB 91-Westfall

SB 92-Westfall

SB 93-Kenney

SB 94-Kenney

SB 95-Kenney

SB 96-Bentley

SB 97-Bentley

SB 98-Bentley

SB 99-Sims

SB 100-Childers

SB 101-Childers

SB 102-Childers

SB 103-Bland

SB 104-Bland

SB 105-Bland

SB 106-Steelman, et al

SB 107-Steelman

SB 108-Steelman

SB 109-Gross

SB 110-Gross

SB 111-Gross

SB 112-Loudon

SB 113-Loudon

SB 114-Loudon

SB 115-Wiggins

SB 116-Wiggins

SB 117-Wiggins

SB 118-Goode

SB 119-Goode

SB 120-Goode, et al

SB 121-Singleton

SB 122-Kinder

SB 123-Kinder

SB 124-Kinder

SB 125-Bentley

SB 126-Bentley

SB 127-Childers

SB 128-Childers

SB 129-Childers

SB 130-Bland

SB 131-Bland

SB 132-Bland

SB 133-Steelman

SB 134-Loudon

SB 135-Wiggins

SB 136-Wiggins

SB 137-Wiggins

SB 138-Goode and Wiggins

SB 139-Goode

SB 140-Goode

SB 141-Childers

SB 142-Childers

SB 143-Childers

SB 144-Bland

SB 145-Bland

SB 146-Bland

SB 147-Wiggins and

DePasco

SB 148-Goode

SB 149-Goode

SB 150-Goode

SB 151-Childers

SB 152-Childers

SB 153-Bland

SB 154-Bland

SB 155-Bland

SB 156-Goode

SB 157-Goode and Bentley

SB 158-Bland

SB 159-Bland

SB 160-Bland

SB 161-Bland

SB 162-Bland

SB 163-Bland

SB 164-Bland

SB 165-Bland

SB 166-Bland

SB 167-Bland

SB 168-Bland

SB 169-Bland

SB 170-Bland

SB 171-Bland

SB 172-Bland

SB 173-Bland

SB 174-Bland

SB 175-Bland

SB 176-Bland

SB 177-Schneider

SB 178-Schneider and

Rohrbach

SB 179-Rohrbach

SB 180-Klarich

SB 181-Caskey

SB 182-Loudon

SB 183-Schneider

SB 184-Johnson, et al

SB 185-Loudon

SB 186-Klarich

SB 187-Schneider and

Wiggins

SB 188-Russell

SB 189-Russell

SB 190-Russell

SB 191-Goode

SB 192-Schneider, et al

SB 193-Rohrbach

SB 194-Schneider and

Bland

SB 195-Schneider and

Goode

SB 196-Scott

SB 197-Johnson

SB 198-Staples

SB 199-Sims

SB 200-Sims

SB 201-Sims

SB 202-Wiggins

SB 203-Scott

SB 204-House

SB 205-Bland

SB 206-Wiggins

SB 207-Klarich

SB 208-Sims

SB 209-DePasco

SB 210-DePasco

SB 211-DePasco

SB 212-Gross, et al

SB 213-Gross, et al

SB 214-Gross, et al

SB 215-Gross

SB 216-Scott

SB 217-Russell

SB 218-Russell

SB 219-Mathewson

SB 220-Kinder and Gross

SB 221-Westfall

SB 222-Caskey

SB 223-Caskey

SB 224-Russell

SB 225-Mathewson

SB 226-Goode

SB 227-Jacob

SB 228-Jacob

SB 229-Jacob

SB 230-Childers

SB 231-Gross

SB 232-Gross

SB 233-Wiggins

SB 234-Wiggins

SB 235-Sims

SB 236-Sims

SB 237-Westfall

SB 238-Staples, et al

SB 239-Stoll

SB 240-Stoll and Bentley

SB 241-Rohrbach

SB 242-Kenney

SB 243-DePasco

SB 244-Staples

SJR 1-Schneider



SJR 2-Goode

SJR 3-Goode

SJR 4-Johnson

SJR 5-Childers

SJR 6-Childers

SJR 7-Bland

SJR 8-Steelman

SJR 9-Goode, et al



RESOLUTIONS



HCR 2-Crump (Kenney)



HCR 3-Crump (DePasco)