Journal of the Senate

SECOND REGULAR SESSION


SEVENTH DAY--TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2004


The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Senator Bartle in the Chair.

Reverend Carl Gauck offered the following prayer:

"Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name, you are mine." (Isaiah 43:1b)

Gracious God, we are humbly grateful for Your claiming us and making us Your own. Help us to approach all things mindful each day of this relationship with You and so do those things for the benefit and need of those whom You have also claimed as Your own. And Lord, we pray for our doorkeeper, Ken Holman, at the death of his sister. Bless this family and comfort them as they commend her to Your loving care. 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 15, 2004, was read and approved.

Photographers from the Columbia Tribune, KRCG-TV and KMIZ-TV were given permission to take pictures in the Senate Chamber today.

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

Present--Senators
Bartle Bland Bray Callahan
Caskey Cauthorn Champion Childers
Clemens Coleman Days Dolan
Dougherty Foster Gibbons Goode
Griesheimer Gross Jacob Kennedy
Kinder Klindt Loudon Mathewson
Nodler Russell Scott Shields
Steelman Stoll Vogel Wheeler
Yeckel--33
Absent with leave--Senator Quick--1

RESOLUTIONS

Senator Bray offered Senate Resolution No. 1129, regarding Annelise Mertz, Clayton, which was adopted.

Senator Gross offered Senate Resolution No. 1130, regarding Robert William "Willie" Goeltz, III, St. Charles, which was adopted.

Senator Gross offered Senate Resolution No. 1131, regarding Timothy Herman, St. Peters, which was adopted.

Senator Nodler offered Senate Resolution No. 1132, regarding Dr. Larry L. Talley, Neosho, which was adopted.

Senators Days and Bray offered Senate Resolution No. 1133, regarding Agnes Wilcox, St. Louis, which was adopted.

Senator Scott offered Senate Resolution No. 1134, regarding Coach Richard Marti, Lamar, which was adopted.

Senator Bray offered Senate Resolution No. 1135, regarding Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg, Ladue, which was adopted.

Senator Griesheimer offered Senate Resolution No. 1136, regarding the One Hundred Fifth Birthday of Amy Jett, Washington, which was adopted.

Senator Callahan offered Senate Resolution No. 1137, regarding Jacob K. "Jake" Lair, Independence, which was adopted.

Senator Dougherty offered Senate Resolution No. 1138, regarding Aaron Timmons, St. Louis, which was adopted.

Senator Dougherty offered Senate Resolution No. 1139, regarding Chad Robert Tullock, St. Louis, which was adopted.

Senator Dougherty offered Senate Resolution No. 1140, regarding Brad Bilbrey, St. Louis, which was adopted.

Senator Loudon offered Senate Resolution No. 1141, regarding Christopher Richard "Chris" Scheerer, Chesterfield, which was adopted.

Senator Scott offered Senate Resolution No. 1142, regarding Chief Jimmy Luster, El Dorado Springs, which was adopted.

Senator Griesheimer offered Senate Resolution No. 1143, regarding Kathryn Red Corn, Pawhuska, Oklahoma, which was adopted.

Senator Stoll offered Senate Resolution No. 1144, regarding Andrew Scott Vollmar, Festus, which was adopted.

Senator Stoll offered Senate Resolution No. 1145, regarding Geoffrey Lynn "Geoff" Allen, DeSoto, which was adopted.

Senator Stoll offered Senate Resolution No. 1146, regarding the Mastodon Art/Science Regional Fair, Jefferson County, which was adopted.

Senator Klindt offered Senate Resolution No. 1147, regarding Phil Johnson, which was adopted.

Senator Klindt offered Senate Resolution No. 1148, regarding the Bank of Rothville, which was adopted.

Senators Clemens and Russell offered Senate Resolution No. 1149, regarding the Eightieth Birthday of Geraldine G. Holt, Chadwick, which was adopted.

Senator Nodler offered the following resolution, which was adopted:

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 1150

WHEREAS, it is with great sorrow, tremendous respect, and sincere admiration that the members of the Missouri Senate pause to honor the memory of a true American hero: Colonel Travis Hoover, United States Air Force (retired), who departed this life on Saturday, January 17, 2004, at the age of 86; and

WHEREAS, born on September 21, 1917, in Melrose, New Mexico, into the family of Fred and Elizabeth Hoover, Travis Hoover graduated from Polytechnic High School in Riverside, California, in 1936; earned an Associate of Arts degree from Riverside Junior College in 1938 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California-Berkley in 1949; and enlisted in the National Guard on November 9, 1938; and

WHEREAS, a Flying Cadet in the regular Army in August of 1939, Travis Hoover completed pilot training and received a Second Lieutenant commission in May 1940, after which he excelled in combat to earn the Silver Star, Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with nine Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Commendation Medal, and Chinese Army, Navy, and Air Corps Medal, Class A 1st Grade; and

WHEREAS, a highly effective member of the Doolittle Tokyo Raid of April 18, 1942, Travis Hoover served as a bomber pilot, squadron commander, operations officer, and fighter pilot in the Pacific, England, North Africa, and Italy during World War II and in such other locales as Okinawa, Turkey, Kansas, Washington, D.C., California, Texas, and Mississippi during peacetime; and

WHEREAS, preceded in death by his parents, wife Kay, sister Blanche Barto, brother Troyce Hoover, and grandson Brian Zerkel, the late Colonel Travis Hoover is survived by his step-daughter, Beverly Zerkel, and her husband, James; grandchildren and their spouses, Russ and Susan Zerkel, James and Debra Zerkel, Brad and Sherri Zerkel, Kenneth Zerkel, Paula Zerkel, and Julie Zerkel; seven great-grandchildren; caregiver Sue Swatsenbarg; and comrade-in-arms, Tung Sheng Liu, who risked his own life to transport the downed pilot out of Japanese-occupied China during World War II and who later became a much-beloved friend:

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that we, the members of the Missouri Senate, Ninety-second General Assembly, join unanimously to memorialize the life, work, and accomplishments of Colonel Travis Hoover and to convey this legislative body's most heartfelt condolences to all of those family members, friends, and colleagues who now miss his considerable light and warmth in their daily lives; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate be instructed to prepare a properly inscribed copy of this resolution in memory of United States Air Force Colonel Travis Hoover of Joplin, Missouri.

Senator Gibbons offered the following resolution, which was adopted:

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 1151

WHEREAS, the Administration Committee is required by law to establish the rates of pay each year, and

WHEREAS, such rates of pay are to be the same as those established under the policies of the Personnel Division of the Office of Administration for comparable duties after examination of the rates of pay then in effect, and

WHEREAS, the rates of pay established shall become effective in January.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Committee on Administration that the number, classification and rates of pay authorized for employees of the Senate shall include one department director and nine division level directors to be compensated according to Office of Administration guidelines; and the following authorized employees at rates of pay within the ranges hereby established.

MONTHLY
NO. CLASSIFICATION SALARY RANGE
6 Staff Attorney II 3,051 - 4,554
2 Research Analyst IV 3,051 - 4,554
1 Investigator 2,823 - 4,181
4 Research Staff Secretary 2,424 - 3,463
5 Budget Research Analyst III 3,051 - 4,554
1.5 Budget Staff Secretary 2,424 - 3,463
1 Economist 3,051 - 4,554
4 Assistant Secretary of Senate 2,516 - 3,609
2.5 Enrolling & Engrossing Clerk 2,061 - 2,937
1 Billroom Supervisor 2,061 - 2,937
1 Billroom Clerk 1,756 - 2,372
2 Public Information Specialist I 2,061 - 2,937
3 Public Information Specialist II 2,337 - 3,373
1 Photographer 2,337 - 3,373
1 Administrative Assistant 1,500 - 5,723
1 Telecommunications Coordinator 2,615 - 3,763
2.5 Accounting Specialist 2,424 - 3,463
1 Hu man Resources Specialist 2,424 - 3,463
7 Administrative Secretary 2,516 - 3,609
5 Clerical Assistant 2,255 - 3,240
1 Messenger 1,613 - 2,165
1 Data Control Coordinator 2,424 - 3,463
3 Computer Info. Technology Spec. I 3,373 - 4,966
2 Computer Info. Technology Spec. II 3,925 - 5,662
3 Computer Info. Technologist II 2,716 - 3,925
1 Network/Communications Specialist 3,373 - 4,966
2 Data Entry Operator III 1,860 - 2,567
2 Composing Equipment Operator III 1,989 - 3,051
0.5 Mailroom Supervisor 2,061 - 2,937
1 Printing Services Technician I 1,561 - 2,055
3 Printing Services Technician II 1,756 - 2,372
3 Printing Services Technician III 1,923 - 2,665
1 Maintenance Supervisor 2,173 - 3,051
1 Carpenter II 2,061 - 2,937
1 Custodian III 1,756 - 2,372
1 Maintenance Worker 1,756 - 2,372
0.5 Sergeant at Arms (Elected) 2,337 - 3,373
0.5 Doorkeeper (Elected) 1,451 - 2,172
3.5 Assistant Doorkeeper 1,421 - 1,816
0.5 Reading Clerk 1,421 - 1,816
0.5 Chaplain 500 - 915
0.5 Security Guard 1,500 - 2,615

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Senate Administration Committee is authorized to establish a formula setting forth the maximum amount which may be expended by each Senator and each caucus for the employment of Administrative and Clerical Assistants. Each Senator plus the President Pro Tem and the Minority Leader on behalf of their caucus will be notified of the funds available, and shall thereafter certify to the Senate Administrator the names and addresses of Administrative and Clerical Assistants. The compensation paid to the Senators' and caucus administrative and clerical assistants shall be within the limits of the categories set forth hereinabove.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Senate Administrator, with the approval of the Senate Administration Committee, shall have the authority to cooperate and coordinate with the Chief Clerk of the House in the selection of employees, who shall be assigned to the garage, Joint Committee Staffs and the rotunda area, and who will be paid from the Joint House and Senate Contingent Fund, within the limits of the categories set out above.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Committee on Administration has the authority to reduce, combine or consolidate positions and salaries where necessary to meet changed conditions or circumstances which arise, and may enter into contracts with consultants, provided such consultant's contract fee does not exceed the salary for the comparable position, and such consultant shall count as an employee of the Senate.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Senate Administration Committee is authorized to adjust the foregoing pay ranges in July to reflect implementation of the state pay plan for FY 2005.

Senator Shields offered Senate Resolution No. 1152, regarding Dustin Matthew Dockery, St. Joseph, which was adopted.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

Senators Kennedy, Bray, Days, Dougherty, Coleman, Callahan and Goode offered the following concurrent resolution:

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 28

WHEREAS, Missourians spent approximately $30 billion on health care last year; and

WHEREAS, this spending represents 16% of the gross state product; and

WHEREAS, prescription drugs were 12.8% of health care spending; and

WHEREAS, pharmacy costs were 30.9% of Medicaid general revenue; and

WHEREAS, the average cost per prescription for seniors rose by 48% between 1992 and 2000 and is expected to rise another 72% by 2010; and

WHEREAS, 22% of seniors skip doses or allow prescriptions to go unfilled because of the high costs; and

WHEREAS, consumers pay 30% to 50% less for the same drugs in Canada; and

WHEREAS, in 2001, pharmaceutical companies imported $14.7 billion of drugs for consumption in the United States; and

WHEREAS, we live in a global economy and should have access to goods produced by trade partners; and

WHEREAS, access to Canadian pharmaceuticals could save Missouri consumers and the state of Missouri millions of dollars; and

WHEREAS, the importation of Canadian pharmaceuticals is currently prohibited by the federal Food and Drug Administration:

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the members of the Missouri Senate, Ninety-Second General Assembly, Second Regular Session, the House of Representatives concurring therein, hereby urge the President of the United States to order the Food and Drug Administration to lift the ban on Canadian pharmaceuticals; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Missouri Senate be instructed to prepare properly inscribed copies of this resolution for the President of the United States and Missouri's Congressional delegation.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

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

SB 1095-By Goode, Jacob, Bray, Days, Dougherty, Coleman and Mathewson.

An Act to repeal sections 149.015 and 149.160, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the health care for Missouri's people program, with a referendum clause.

SB 1096-By Caskey.

An Act to amend chapter 700, RSMo, by adding thereto sixteen new sections relating to regulating the installation of manufactured homes, with penalty provisions.

SB 1097-By Clemens.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to enterprise zones.

SB 1098-By Clemens.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to enterprise zones.

SB 1099-By Gibbons, Shields, Kinder, Vogel, Griesheimer, Bray, Bartle, Gross, Steelman, Nodler and Callahan.

An Act to repeal sections 21.810, 32.057, 620.014, and 620.1300, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof eleven new sections relating to tax credits, with penalty provisions.

SB 1100-By Gibbons and Gross.

An Act to repeal sections 536.015, 536.021, 536.023, and 536.031, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to administrative procedures and review.

SB 1101-By Steelman, Goode, Bray, Yeckel, Days and Callahan.

An Act to amend chapter 172, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the president of the University of Missouri system.

SB 1102-By Steelman and Jacob.

An Act to repeal section 144.020, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to sales taxes on health and fitness centers.

SB 1103-By Steelman.

An Act to amend chapter 644, RSMo, by adding thereto three new sections relating to the authorization of bonds.

SB 1104-By Steelman.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to enterprise zones.

SB 1105-By Shields.

An Act to repeal sections 513.430 and 513.440, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to property exempt from attachment in bankruptcy proceedings.

SENATE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

Senator Gibbons moved that SB 1003, with SCS, be taken up for perfection, which motion prevailed.

SCS for SB 1003, entitled:

SENATE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR

SENATE BILL NO. 1003

An Act to repeal sections 208.152, 208.204, and 630.210, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the children's mental health reform act.

Was taken up.

Senator Gibbons moved that SCS for SB 1003 be adopted.

Senator Bray offered SA 1:

SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 1

Amend Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 1003, Page 10, Section 208.204, Line 30, by inserting after all of said line the following:

"571.023. 1. A person commits the crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm if:

(1) Such person stores or keeps any loaded firearm or unloaded firearm and ammunition for that firearm on any premises under his or her custody and control;

(2) He or she knows or reasonably should know that a minor is capable of gaining access to the loaded firearm or unloaded firearm and ammunition; and

(3) A minor obtains the loaded firearm or unloaded firearm and ammunition and uses it to cause the death of any person or exhibits the firearm in a public place or uses it to threaten injury or death to any person.

2. The provisions of subsection 1 of this section shall not apply if, at the time the minor obtains the firearm:

(1) Such person was keeping:

(a) The loaded firearm or unloaded firearm and ammunition in a securely locked box or other locked container;

(b) The loaded or unloaded firearm secured by a locking mechanism that renders the firearm inoperable;

(c) The loaded or unloaded firearm in a dismantled state that renders the firearm inoperable and stores at least one part which is essential to the operation of the firearm in a securely locked box or other locked container; or

(d) The ammunition for an unloaded firearm stored separate from that unloaded firearm in a securely locked box or other locked container;

(2) The person is a peace officer, an active member of the armed forces, or its reserves, or a member of the national guard and the minor obtains the firearm during, or incidental to, that person performing his or her official duties;

(3) The minor obtains and discharges the firearm in a lawful act of self-defense or defense of one or more persons;

(4) The minor obtains the firearm as the result of an unlawful entry onto the premises where the firearm is located;

(5) The minor was supervised by a person twenty-one years of age or older and was engaging in hunting, sporting, or another lawful purpose; or

(6) The minor was engaged in an agricultural enterprise.

3. As used in this section the term "minor" means any person eighteen years of age or younger who is identified pursuant to subsection 2 of section 208.204, RSMo, to be in the system due exclusively to a need for mental health services.

4. Firearms dealers shall be required to provide purchasers with a written warning about the provisions of this section and to place a conspicuous warning sign at the place where their firearms are sold. The warning shall read as follows: "It is unlawful and a violation of section 571.023, RSMo, to store, transport, or abandon a loaded firearm or an unloaded firearm and ammunition for that firearm in a place where minors are likely to be and can obtain access to the loaded firearm or unloaded firearm and ammunition."

5. Criminally negligent storage of a firearm is a class A misdemeanor."; and

Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.

Senator Bray moved that the above amendment be adopted.

Senator Caskey raised the point of order that SA 1 is out of order as it goes beyond the scope and purpose of the Senate Committee Substitute.

The point of order was referred to the President Pro Tem, who ruled it well taken.

Senator Nodler assumed the Chair.

Senator Bartle assumed the Chair.

Senator Wheeler offered SA 2:

SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 2

Amend Senate Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 1003, Page 10, Section 208.204, Line 30, by inserting after all of said line the following:

"565.020. 1. A person commits the crime of murder in the first degree if he knowingly causes the death of another person after deliberation upon the matter.

2. Murder in the first degree is a class A felony, and the punishment shall be either death or imprisonment for life without eligibility for probation or parole, or release except by act of the governor; except that, if a person has not reached his [sixteenth] eighteenth birthday at the time of the commission of the crime, the punishment shall be imprisonment for life without eligibility for probation or parole, or release except by act of the governor."; and

Further amend the title and enacting clause accordingly.

Senator Wheeler moved that the above amendment be adopted.

Senator Shields raised the point of order that SA 2 is out of order, in that it goes beyond the scope of the title of the bill.

The point of order was referred to the President Pro Tem, who ruled it well taken.

Senator Gibbons moved that SCS for SB 1003 be adopted, which motion prevailed.

On motion of Senator Gibbons, SCS for SB 1003, was declared perfected and ordered printed.

SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS

The following Bills were read the 2nd time and referred to the Committees indicated:

SB 708--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 774--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 788--Transportation.

SB 824--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 826--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 869--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 870--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 873--Small Business, Insurance and Industrial Relations.

SB 883--Small Business, Insurance and Industrial Relations.

SB 884--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 890--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 892--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 893--Ways and Means.

SB 898--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 915--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 921--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 937--Financial and Governmental Organ-ization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 939--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 946--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 948--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 951--Economic Development, Tourism and Local Government.

SB 960--Ways and Means.

SB 963--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 973--Economic Development, Tourism and Local Government.

SB 987--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1002--Transportation.

SB 1004--Aging, Families, Mental and Public Health.

SB 1005--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1006--Transportation.

SB 1007--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1008--Ways and Means.

SB 1009--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1011--Small Business, Insurance and Industrial Relations.

SB 1014--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1015--Education.

SB 1016--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1017--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 1018--Aging, Families, Mental and Public Health.

SB 1020--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1023--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

SB 1025--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1028--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1029--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1032--Education.

SB 1037--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1038--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1039--Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs and Elections.

SB 1040--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1043--Transportation.

SB 1046--Transportation.

SB 1051--Economic Development, Tourism and Local Government.

SB 1052--Education.

SB 1053--Education.

SB 1054--Pensions and General Laws.

SB 1056--Ways and Means.

SB 1058--Ways and Means.

SB 1065--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1067--Small Business, Insurance and Industrial Relations.

SB 1068--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1069--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1080--Education.

SB 1084--Pensions and General Laws.

SB 1089--Commerce and the Environment.

SB 1090--Pensions and General Laws.

SB 1094--Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

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

SB 1106-By Shields.

An Act to authorize the governor to convey a tract of land owned by the state to the St. Joseph Museum, Inc., with an emergency clause.

SB 1107-By Shields.

An Act to authorize the governor to convey a tract of land owned by the state to the St. Joseph School District.

SRB 1108-By Bartle.

An Act to repeal sections 72.424, 105.268, 144.036, 277.200, 277.201, 277.202, 277.206, 277.209, 277.212, 277.215, 319.023, 400.9-629, and 620.1310, RSMo, for the purpose of repealing expired and outdated sections.

SB 1109-By Coleman.

An Act to amend chapter 174, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to higher education tuition policy, with an effective date.

SB 1110-By Coleman.

An Act to repeal sections 173.005, 174.020, 174.300, 174.310, and 174.320, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to Harris-Stowe State College.

RESOLUTIONS

Senator Scott offered Senate Resolution No. 1153, regarding the One Hundredth Anniversary of

the Sedalia Knights of Columbus Council #831, Sedalia, which was adopted.

INTRODUCTIONS OF GUESTS

Senator Gross introduced to the Senate, the 2003 Class 2 Boys Soccer State Champions Duchesne High School Pioneers, and Coaches Dave Thurmer, Father Gahan, Mike Matter and Joe Baldessare, St. Charles.

Senator Gross introduced to the Senate, Amber Warren, 2003 Class 2 State Cross Country Cham-pion; and Coach Ed Staude, St. Charles County.

Senator Kennedy introduced to the Senate, Captain Antoinette Filla, St. Louis.

Senator Russell introduced to the Senate, Mathew S. Morris, Oregon County.

On motion of Senator Gibbons, the Senate adjourned under the rules.

SENATE CALENDAR

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EIGHTH DAY-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2004

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FORMAL CALENDAR



SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS



SB 716-Childers

SB 753-Coleman

SB 787-Childers

SB 844-Yeckel

SB 857-Klindt

SB 877-Goode and Days

SB 927-Loudon

SB 929-Wheeler

SB 943-Goode and Gross

SB 953-Caskey

SB 959-Childers

SB 961-Champion

SB 983-Quick

SB 992-Cauthorn

SB 1001-Wheeler

SB 1010-Dougherty, et al

SB 1012-Caskey

SB 1013-Stoll

SB 1019-Steelman

SB 1021-Steelman

SB 1022-Gross

SB 1024-Stoll

SB 1026-Mathewson

SB 1027-Cauthorn, et al

SB 1030-Bray, et al

SB 1031-Bray, et al

SB 1033-Clemens, et al

SB 1034-Childers

SB 1035-Steelman and Mathewson

SB 1036-Steelman

SB 1041-Griesheimer

SB 1042-Griesheimer

SB 1044-Shields

SB 1045-Kinder, et al

SB 1047-Kennedy

SB 1048-Nodler, et al

SB 1049-Bray

SB 1050-Bray

SB 1055-Bartle and Wheeler

SB 1057-Bartle

SB 1059-Bartle and Champion

SB 1060-Bartle

SB 1061-Callahan

SB 1062-Griesheimer

SB 1063-Scott

SB 1064-Scott and Clemens

SB 1066-Steelman

SB 1070-Gross and Goode

SB 1071-Bartle, et al

SB 1072-Dougherty, et al

SB 1073-Dougherty and Foster

SB 1074-Coleman

SB 1075-Coleman

SB 1076-Caskey

SB 1077-Loudon

SB 1078-Loudon

SB 1079-Callahan and Yeckel

SB 1081-Kinder, et al

SB 1082-Childers, et al

SB 1083-Kennedy and Dougherty

SB 1085-Foster, et al

SB 1086-Cauthorn

SB 1087-Days, et al

SB 1088-Steelman

SB 1091-Klindt

SB 1092-Bartle

SB 1093-Gibbons and Yeckel

SB 1095-Goode, et al

SB 1096-Caskey

SB 1097-Clemens

SB 1098-Clemens

SB 1099-Gibbons, et al

SB 1100-Gibbons and Gross

SB 1101-Steelman, et al

SB 1102-Steelman and Jacob

SB 1103-Steelman

SB 1104-Steelman

SB 1105-Shields

SB 1106-Shields

SB 1107-Shields

SRB 1108-Bartle

SB 1109-Coleman

SB 1110-Coleman

SJR 42-Coleman



HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING



HB 916-Brown, et al





RESOLUTIONS



To be Referred



SCR 28-Kennedy, et al