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HISTORY  AND  FINAL  STATUS 


of  Bills  and  Resolutions  of  the 


SENATE  and 
lOUSE  OF  REPRESENTATIVES 


of  the  State  ot  Montana 


FIFTY-FIRST 
LEGISLATURE 


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HISTORY  AND  FINAL  STATUS 
of  Bills  and  Resolutions  of  the 

SENATE  and 

HOUSE  OF  REPRESENTATIVES 

of  the  State  of  Montana 

FIFTY-FIRST 

LEGISLATURE 


REGULAR  SESSION 
January  1,  1 989  to  April  21 ,  1 989 


ELAINE  ECK  LAURA  STAFFORD 

Senate  Input  Technician  JOYCE  ANDRUS 

House  Input  Technicians 


MJLmonu 


Published  by 
Montana  legislative  CouncK 


TOMMULVANEY 
Systems  Analyst 

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BECKY  SCHNECKLOTH  KAREN  CAPLIS 

Council  Input  Technician  Indexers 

Room  1 38,  State  Capitol 

Helena,  Montana  59620 

Telephone  (406)444-3064 


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TABLE  OF  CONTENTS 

Page 
Sponsor  List  of  Legislation  j 

Senate  Bills  and  Resolutions  1 

(Following  Pink  Divider) 

House  Bills  and  Resolutions  203 

(Following  Green  Divider) 

Subject  Index  527 

(Following  Yellow  Divider) 

Effective  Date  Table  729 

(Following  Goldenrod  Divider) 


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ABRAMS.  HUBERT 

SB  41    SB  183   SB  362   SB  379 

ADDY,  KELLY 

HB  102  HB  152  HB  158  HB  197  HB  211  HB  295  HB  299 

HB  407  HB  451  HB  469  HB  479  HB  554  HB  561  HB  587 

HB  645  HB  693  HB  699  HB  748  HB  763  HB  768  HB  786 

AKLESTAD.  GARY 

SB  98    SB  99    SB  100   SB  101   SB  197   SB  255   SB  300 
SB  420   SB  421   SB  444   SB  457 

ANDERSON,  JR. ,  JOHN 
SB  1     SB  416 


ATTORNEY  GENERAL 

HB  712 

SB 

365 

SB  366 

SB 

412 

BACHINI.  BOB 

HB  117 

HB 

433 

HB  557 

BARDANOUVE, 

FRANCIS 

HB  65 

HB 

76 

HB  100 

HB 

301 

HB 

445 

HB 

509 

HB 

555 

HB  583 

HB 

619 

HJR  5 

BECK.  TOM 

SB  14 

SB 

17 

SB  44 

SB 

58 

SB 

59 

SB 

60 

SB 

1  18 

SB  123 

SB 

152 

SB  175 

SB 

250 

SB 

286 

SB 

321 

SB 

324 

SB  330 

SB 

354 

SB  365 

SB 

366 

SB 

410 

SB 

449 

SJR  1  1 

BENGTSON,  ESTHER 

SB  47 

SB 

94 

SB  166 

SB 

167 

SB 

168 

SB 

169 

SB 

264 

SB  265 

SB 

432 

SJR  20 

BISHOP,  AL 

SB  6 

SB 

24 

SB  25 

SB 

33 

SB 

39 

SB 

96 

SB 

109 

SB  150 

SB 

261 

SB  331 

SB 

376 

SB 

391 

SB 

414 

BLAYLOCK,  CHET 

SB  159 

SB 

160 

SB  276 

SJF 

I  12 

BLOTKAMP,  BOB 

HB  466 

BOARD  OF  BARBERS 
HB  222 

BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

HB  13    HB  146   HB  568   HB  598   SB  452 

BOARD  OF  HEARING  AID  DISPENSERS 
SB  299 

BOARD  OF  MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 
HB  128   SB  63 

BOARD  OF  OCCUPATIONAL  THERAPY 
HB  239 

BOARD  OF  PARDONS 


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SB  258 

BOARD  OF  REGENTS  OF  HIGHER  EDUCATION 
HB  397   SB  304 

BOARD  OF  SPEECH  PATHOLOGISTS  &  AUDIOLOGISTS 
HB  396 

BOHARSKI ,  WILLIAM 

HB  43    HB  528   HB  529   HB  739   HJR  50 

BOYLAN.  PAUL 

SB  1 1 1  SB  186  SB  194  SB  229  SB  234  SB  277  SB  280 
SB  360   SB  395 

BRADLEY.  DOROTHY 

HB  1 1  HB  31  HB  72  HB  266  HB  412  HB  464  HB  473 
HB  742   HB  747   HJR  12   HJR  40 

BROOKE,  VIVIAN 

HB  22  HB  23  HB  24  HB  467  HB  488  HB  519  HB  599 
HB  652   HB  733 

BROWN.  DAVE 

HB  20  HB  231  HB  232  HB  233  HB  362  HB  401  HB  440 
HB  571   HJR  8    HJR  25   HJR  36 

BROWN,  JAN 

HB  134  HB  177  HB  198   HB  199   HB  218   HB  330   HB  402 

HB  411  HB  444  HB  459   HB  535   HB  536   HB  549   HB  663 

HB  714  HJR  10  HJR  15 

BROWN.  ROBERT 

SB  89  SB  90  SB  138  SB  165  SB  207  SB  208  SB  209 
SB  260  SB  341  SB  346  SB  369  SB  392  SB  423  SB  424 
SB  460 

CAMPBELL.  BUD 

HB  163   HB  389   HB  698 

CLARK.  ROBERT 

HB  124   HB  164   HB  260   HB  394   HB  447   HB  531   HJR  30 

COAL  TAX  OVERSIGHT  SUBCOMMITTEE 
HB  4     SB  1 

COBB.  JOHN 

HB  14  HB  39  HB  50  HB  74  HB  140   HB  142   HB  196 

HB  204  HB  242  HB  279  HB  353  HB  359   HB  610   HB  648 

HB  702  HB  711  HB  722  HB  723  HJR  23 

COCCHIARELLA,  VICKI 

HB  368   HB  369   HB  370   HB  482   HB  556 

CODE  COMMISSIONER 
HB  5 

CODY,  DOROTHY 

HB  27  HB  118  HB  178  HB  395  HB  452  HB  453  HB  670 
HJR  48 

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HB 

334 

HB 

360 

HB 

454 

HB 

507 

HB 

543 

HB 

775 

HB 

776 

HB 

777 

HB 

778 

HB 

789 

SB 

54 

SB 

155 

SB 

283 

SB 

291 

SB 

329 

SB 

463 

SB 

469 

SR 

10 

HB 

101 

HB 

181 

HB 

329 

HB 

377 

HB 

446 

HB 

632 

HB 

685 

HB 

740 

HB 

771 

HB 

392 

HB 

393 

HB 

497 

HB 

506 

HB 

508 

HB 

780 

HB 

427 

HB 

533 

HB 

585 

HB 

792 

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COHEN.  BEN 

HB  37  HB  49  HB  256  HB  257   HB  293   HB  355   HB  474 

HB  475  HB  485  HB  609  HB  672   HB  697   HB  704   HB  724 

HB  781  HB  790  HJR  26  HJR  27 

COVMISSIONER  OF  HIGHER  EDUCATION 
HB  397 

COMMISSIONER  OF  POLITICAL  PRACTICES 
HB  71    HB  407 

CONNELLY,  MARY  ELLEN 
HB  312   HB  332 
HB  560   HB  61 1 

CRIPPEN,  BRUCE 

SB  2     SB  52 
SB  353   SB  363 

DAILY,  FRITZ 

HB  32    HB  40 
HB  504   HB  520 

DARKO,  PAULA 

HB  1 1 1   HB  342 
HB  597   HB  665 

DAVIS,  ERVIN 

HB  324   HB  396 

DEBRUYCKER,  ROGER 

HB  69    HB  79    HB  774 

DEMARS,  GENE 

HB  136   HB  137   HB  138   HB  572   HB  616 

DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

HB  89    HB  141   HB  533   HB  648   HB  777   SB  49    SB  59 
SB  60    SB  75    SB  85    SB  1  1 0 

DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

HB  136   HB  137   HB  138   HB  170   HB  190   HB  273 

DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

HB  118   HB  139   HB  140  HB  198  HB  199  HB  2 1 1  HB  2 1 6 

HB  218   HB  226   HB  252  HB  253  HB  258  HB  284  SB  115 

SB  147   SB  150   SB  174  SB  200  SB  215  SB  246  SB  376 

DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

HB  73  HB  80  HB  86  HB  87  HB  1 1 3  HB  1 1 5  HB  1 1 6 
HB  127  HB  152  HB  197  HB  200  HB  265  SB  74  SB  113 
SB  146   SB  214   SB  360 

DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE,  &  PARKS 

HB  186   HB  187   HB  383   SB  260   SB  294 

DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  &  ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

HB  1 1 1  HB  167  HB  192  HB  333  HB  364  HB  537  HB  538 
HB  661   HB  668   HB  688   SB  119   SB  120   SB  181   SB  189 

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SB  217   SB  259   SB  270   SB  323   SB  371   SB  385   SB  407 
SB  442   SB  454   SB  465 

DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

HB  61    HB  149   SB  61    SB  62    SB  72    SB  73    SB  242 

DEPARTMENT  OF  INSTITUTIONS 
HB  401   HB  636 

DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

HB  1 1 2   HB  124   HB  1 30  HB  164  HB  206  HB  2 1 9   HB  260 

HB  394   HB  795   SB  106  SB  107  SB  108  SB  171   SB  175 

SB  250   SB  308   SB  355  SB  411  SB  431  SB  449 

DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

HB  16    HB  99    HB  249   HB  323   HB  336   HB  391   SB  156 
SB  159   SB  160   SB  276   SB  384 

DEPARTMENT  OF  LIVESTOCK 

HB  276   HB  465   SB  320 

DEPARTMENT  OF  MILITARY  AFFAIRS 
HB  554 

DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  &  CONSERVATION 

HB  367   HB  399   HB  526   HB  601   HB  750   HB  776   SB  29 

SB  183 

DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

HB  53  HB  55    HB  83  SB  3  SB  4     SB  5     SB  7 

SB  8  SB  21    SB  22  SB  30  SB  42    SB  50    SB  51 

SB  52  SB  53    SB  54  SB  55  SB  90 

DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  &  REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

HB  74    HB  204   HB  242   HB  243   HB  308   HB  452   HB  453 
HB  541   HB  723 

DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

HB  241   HB  272   HB  327   HB  361   HB  362   HB  581   SB  154 
SB  161   SB  176 


DEVLIN.  GERRY 

SB  5 

SB 

176 

SB 

206 

SB 

210 

SB 

301 

SB 

405 

SJR  18 

DRISCOLL.  JERRY 

HB  16 

HB 

58 

HB 

70 

HB 

99 

HB 

208 

HB 

296 

HB 

306 

HB  323 

HB 

336 

HB 

391 

HB 

483 

HB 

592 

HB 

622 

HB 

639 

HB  677 

HB 

710 

HB 

751 

HB 

766 

ECK,  DOROIHY 

SB  7 

SB 

8 

SB 

22 

SB 

42 

SB 

50 

SB 

145 

SB 

174 

SB  299 

SB 

317 

SB 

388 

SB 

438 

SB 

458 

SB 

462 

SB 

467 

SB  471 

ELLIOTT.  JIM 

HB  352 

HB 

358 

HB 

379 

HB 

769 

HJR  49 

ELLISON,  ORVAL 

HB  98 

HB 

105 

HB 

165 

HB 

246 

HB 

288 

HB 

383 

HB 

403 

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ENVIRONMENTAL  QUALITY  COUNCIL 
HB  678 

EUDAILY,  RALPH 


HB  5 

HB 

38 

HB 

63 

HB 

64 

HB 

90 

HB 

92 

HB  1  10 

HB  250 

HB 

317 

HB 

397 

HB 

422 

HB 

432 

HB 

559 

HB  582 

FARRELL.  BILL 

SB  62 

SB 

239 

SB 

298 

SB 

355 

SB 

381 

SB 

419 

SB  422 

SB  436 

SB 

439 

SR 

2 

SR 

3 

SR 

5 

SR 

6 

SR  7 

SR  8 

SR 

9 

SR 

1  1 

SR 

12 

SR 

14 

SR 

15 

GAGE.  DELWYN 

SB  29 

SB 

31 

SB 

339 

SB 

377 

SB 

406 

SB 

409 

SB  417 

SB  431 

SB 

434 

SB 

441 

SB 

451 

SB 

452 

SB 

453 

SJR  1 

SR  1 

GALT.  JACK 

SB  386 

SB 

390 

GERVAIS.  FLOYD 

HB  114 

HB 

631 

GIACOMETTO.  LEO 

HB  120   HB  290   HB  327   HB  435   HB  450   HB  499   HB  720 
HB  757 

GILBERT,  BOB 

HB  41    HB  93    HB  94    HB  678   HJR  7    HJR  47 

GLASER.  WILLIAM 

HB  249   HB  471 

GOOD.  SUSAN 

HB  166   HB  409   HB  521   HB  667 

GOULD.  BUDD 

HB  1 1 2  HB  126   HB  206   HB  207   HB  294   HB  372   HB  375 

HB  376  HB  406   HB  436   HB  437   HB  438   HB  532   HB  541 

HB  736  HB  743 

GOVERNOR 

HB  21  HB  683  HB  707  HB  767   HB  785   SB  165   SB  278 

SB  344  SB  349  SB  372  SB  375   SB  386   SB  396   SB  397 

SB  405  SB  419  SB  422  SB  423   SB  424   SB  428   SB  436 

SB  444  SB  448  SB  451  SB  463 

GRADY.  ED 

HB  61  HB  302  HB  313  HB  423  HB  424   HB  429   HB  430 

HB  431  HB  476  HB  477  HB  486  HB  498   HB  553   HB  574 

HB  605  HB  606  HB  629  HB  679  HB  680 

GRINDE.  LARRY  HAL 

HB  174   HB  596   HB  684   HB  7 1 7   HJR  4 

GUTHRIE.  BERT 

HB  212   HB  268   HB  542 

HAGER.  TOM 

SB  4     SB  63    SB  124   SB  139   SB  146   SB  212   SB  228 


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SB  230 

SB 

235 

SB 

288 

SB 

289 

SB 

295 

SB 

296 

SB 

350 

SB  371 

SB 

380 

SB 

382 

SJR  14 

HALLIGAN.  MIKE 

SB  10 

SB 

12 

SB 

15 

SB 

34 

SB 

64 

SB 

135 

SB 

148 

SB  156 

SB 

215 

SB 

217 

SB 

246 

SB 

282 

SB 

285 

SB 

349 

SJR  10 

SJR  21 

SJR  23 

HAMMOND.  SWEDE 

SB  187 

SB 

292 

SB 

297 

SB 

470 

HANNAH.  TOM 

HB  180 

HB 

209 

HB 

263 

HB 

264 

HB 

304 

HB 

373 

HB 

428 

HB  484 

HB 

607 

HB 

692 

HB 

705 

HB 

713 

HB 

721 

HB 

729 

HB  758 

HB 

760 

HJR  16 

HANSEN,  STELLA  JEAN 

HB  67 

HB 

68 

HB 

84 

HB 

85 

HB 

175 

HB 

176 

HB 

261 

HB  343 

HB 

382 

HB 

514 

HB 

524 

HB 

762 

HANSON.  MARIAN 

HB  4 

HB 

54 

HB 

62 

HB 

78 

HB 

190 

HB 

215 

HB 

272 

HB  309 

HB 

328 

HB 

516 

HB 

669 

HB 

709 

HB 

749 

HARDING.  ETHEL 

SB  37 

SB 

1  19 

SB 

120 

SB 

141 

SB 

142 

SB 

251 

SB 

252 

SB  290 

SB 

31  1 

SB 

328 

SB 

357 

SJR  5 

HARP.  JOHN 

SB  9 

SB 

21 

SB 

30 

SB 

53 

SB 

55 

SB 

61 

SB 

1  14 

SB  161 

SB 

242 

SB 

249 

SB 

318 

SB 

344 

SB 

384 

SB 

385 

SB  400 

SB 

402 

SB 

41  1 

SB 

425 

SB 

440 

SB 

448 

SB 

468 

SJR  22 

HARPER.  HAL 

HB  88 

HB 

148 

HB 

219 

HB 

241 

HB 

283 

HB 

284 

HB 

331 

HB  462 

HB 

537 

HB 

538 

HB 

653 

HB 

655 

HB 

741 

HB 

754 

HR  1 

HARRINGTON. 

DAN 

HB  3 

HB 

28 

HB 

29 

HB 

34 

HB 

35 

HB 

55 

HB 

60 

HB  81 

HB 

83 

HB 

125 

HB 

227 

HB 

228 

HB 

229 

HB 

365 

HB  551 

HB 

566 

HB 

567 

HB 

644 

HB 

689 

HAYNE.  HARRIET 

HB  133 

HB 

170 

HB 

335 

HB 

460 

HIMSL,  MATT 

SB  80 

SB 

85 

SB 

226 

SB 

227 

HOFFMAN,  ROBERT 

HB  262 

HB 

307 

HB 

416 

HB 

548 

HB 

589 

HB 

635 

HOFMAN,  SAM 

SB  36 

SB 

213 

SB 

253 

SB 

254 

SB 

263 

SB 

307 

SB 

309 

SB  319 

SB 

342 

HOUSE  AGRICULTURE  COMMITTEE 
HJR  3  1 


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HOUSE  APPROPRIATIONS  COMMITTEE 
HB  583   HB  744   HE  782 

HOUSE  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT  COMMITTEE 
HB  573   HJR  24 

HOUSE  FISH  AND  GAME  COMMITTEE 
HJR  32 

HOUSE  HIGHWAYS  COMMITTEE 
HJR  1  7 

HOUSE  JUDICIARY  COMMITTEE 
HB  320 

HOUSE  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS  COMMITTEE 
HB  677   HJR  44 

HOUSE  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION  COMMITTEE 
HJR  3 

HOUSE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  COMMITTEE 
HB  562   HB  667 

HOUSE  NATURAL  RESOURCE  COMMITTEE 
HJR  29 

HOUSE  RULES  COMMITTEE 
HR  1 

INDIAN  AFFAIRS  COMMITTEE 

HB  54    HB  78    SB  434 

IVERSON,  DENNIS 

HB  465   HB  503   HB  526   HB  581   HB  707 

JACOBSON,  JUDY 

SB  66    SB  75    SB  110   SB  151   SB  191   SB  192   SB  193 
SB  279   SB  337   SB  378   SB  407 

JENKINS.  LOREN 

SB  32    SB  56    SB  57    SB  65    SB  97    SB  144   SB  240 
SB  306 

JERGESON.  GREG 

SB  23    SB  103   SB  104   SB  121   SB  140   SB  170   SB  305 
SB  389 

JOHNSON,  JOHN 

HB  128   HB  150   HB  289   HB  546   HB  547 

JOINT  RULES  COMMITTEE 
SJR  1 

JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

HB  72    SB  67    SB  70    SB  93    SB  99    SB  100   SB  101 
SB  128   SB  129   SB  130   SB  134 

JUDICIAL  BRANCH 
SB  116 


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KADAS,  MIKE 

HB  10    HB  15    HB  30    HB  410   HB  575   HB  580   HB  617 
HB  647   HB  674 

KEATING.  TOM 

SB  40    SB  117  SB  158  SB  182  SB  195  SB  201   SB  223 

SB  224   SB  225  SB  232  SB  238  SB  243  SB  244   SB  245 

SB  272   SB  273  SB  316  SB  327  SB  368  SB  415 

KELLER,  VERNON 
HB  404 

KILPATRICK,  TOM 

HB  86    HB  87    HB  97    HB  267   HB  439   HB  558 

KIMBERLEY,  BERV 

HB  73    HB  230 

KNAPP.  ROGER 

HB  1 19   HB  386   HB  480 

KOEHNKE,  FRANCIS 

HB  269   HB  418   HB  419   HB  420   HB  630   HB  649 

LEE.  THOMAS 

HB  168   HB  169   HB  179   HB  286   HB  340   HB  363   HB  793 

LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

HB  142   HB  196   HB  408   HB  412   HB  711   SB  121   SB  192 
SB  193   SB  195   SB  243   SB  244   SB  245 

LEGISLATIVE  COUNCIL 
HB  2     SB  11 

LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

HB  44    HB  45    HB  75    SB  78    SB  80    SB  198 

LEGISLATIVE  REORGANIZATION  AND  IMPROVEMENT  COMMISSION 
HB  52 

LONG-RANGE  PLANNING  COMMITTEE 
HB  507 

LONG-RANGE  BUILDING  SUBCOMMITTEE 
HB  775   HB  778 

LYNCH.  J.D. 

SB  1 1    SB  115   SB  163   SB  287   SB  393   SB  394   SB  442 
SB  473 

MANNING.  DICK 

SB  91    SB  128   SB  129   SB  130   SB  134   SB  200   SB  216 
SB  233   SB  271   SB  320   SB  332   SB  404 

MARKS.  BOB 

HB  2     HB  21    HB  57    HB  325   HB  348   HB  681   HB  683 
HB  726   HB  727   HB  767 

MAZUREK.  JOE 


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SB  3 

SB 

45 

SB 

46 

SB  51 

SB 

79 

SB 

105 

SB 

112 

SB  131 

SB 

132 

SB 

180 

SB  181 

SB 

241 

SB 

247 

SB 

281 

SB  293 

SB 

302 

SB 

313 

SB  333 

SB 

338 

SB 

356 

SB 

401 

SB  445 

SB 

461 

SB 

474 

SJR  8 

MCCORMICK.  MAC 

HB  109 

HB 

298 

HB 

341 

HB  442 

HB 

564 

HB 

573 

HB 

686 

MCDONOUGH,  MARV 

HB  115   HB  116   HB  248   HB  487   HB  530   HB  668 

MCLANE.  DOC 

SB  93    SB  143   SB  256   SB  310   SB  359   SJR  9 

MENAHAN,  RED 

HB  221   HB  222   HB  303   HB  381   HB  448   HB  588   HB  613 
HB  624   HB  718   HB  719   HB  770   HJR  3    HJR  18   HJR  37 

MERCER.  JOHN 

HB  75    HB  135   HB  320   HB  354   HB  387   HB  388   HB  5 1  1 
HB  568   HB  586   HB  625   HB  756   HB  785   HJR  9 

MEYER.  DARRYL 

SB  27    SB  28    SB  72    SB  73    SB  92    SB  267   SB  268 
SB  274   SB  275   SB  396   SB  397   SJR  13 

MOORE.  JANET 

HB  494   HB  539   HB  660   HB  761   HB  779 

NATHE.  DENNIS 

SB  77    SB  82  SB  83    SB  122   SB  125   SB  126   SB  127 

SB  136   SB  137  SB  154   SB  157   SB  185   SB  203   SB  269 

SB  348   SB  372  SB  375 

NELSON.  LINDA 

HB  144   HB  273   HB  275 

NELSON,  RICHARD 

HB  159   HB  173   HB  236   HB  237   HB  314   HB  322   HB  364 

HB  421 

NELSON.  THOMAS 

HB  552   HB  621   HB  706 

NISBET.  JERRY 

HB  344   HB  496   HB  523   HB  569   HB  784 

NOBLE,  JERRY 

SB  367   SB  418   SJR  17 

NORMAN.  BILL 

SB  19    SB  67    SB  70    SB  116   SB  204   SB  437   SB  455 
SB  456 

O'CONNELL,  HELEN 

HB  604   HB  759 

O'KEEFE,  MARK 

HB  25    HB  82    HB  367   HB  399   HB  601   HB  682   HB  728 


HB  783   HJR  6 


1x 


SPONSOR  LIST  OF  LEGISLATION 


OFFICE  OF  BUDGET  &  PROGRAM  PLANNING 

HB  100   HB  301   HB  563   HB  619   HJR  13 

OWENS,  LUM 
HB  657 

PATTERSON,  JOHN 

HB  276   HB  415   HB  671   HB  745 

PAVLOVICH,  BOB 

HB  6     HB  12    HB  33    HB  95    HB  202   HB  255   HB  371 
HB  417   HB  565   HB  636   HB  700   HB  746   HB  753   HJR  24 

PECK,  RAY 

HB  7     HB  9     HB  26    HB  44    HB  45    HB  46    HB  47 
HB  89    HB  374   HB  458   HB  468   HB  5 1 7 

PETERSON,  MARY  LOU 

HB  96    HB  161   HB  162   HJR  2 

PHILLIPS.  JOHN 

HB  141   HB  356   HB  357   HB  591   HB  637 

PINSONEAULT.  DICK 

SB  69    SB  81    SB  102   SB  106   SB  107   SB  108   SB  171 
SB  172   SB  211   SB  258   SB  312   SB  373   SB  398   SB  399 

PIPINICH.  BOB 

SB  48    SB  189   SB  214   SB  231   SB  465 

QUILICI,  JOE 

HB  13    HB  51    HB  182   HB  245   HB  274   HB  640   HB  641 
HB  744   HB  750   HB  782 

RAMIREZ,  JACK 

HB  1     HB  48    HB  53    HB  145   HB  270   HB  522   HB  638 
HB  666   HB  703   HB  725   HB  735   HB  737   HB  791 

RANEY,  BOB 

HB  277   HB  472   HB  540   HB  603   HB  615   HB  676   HB  752 
HB  764   HB  787   HJR  29 

RAPP-SVRCEK,  PAUL 

SB  43    SB  188   SB  257   SB  294   SB  315   SB  374   SB  464 
SJR  4    SJR  6    SJR  24 

RASMUSSEN.  TOM 

SB  49    SB  68    SB  87    SB  88    SB  95    SB  133   SB  153 
SB  164   SB  352   SB  361   SB  426   SB  427   SJR  3 

REAM.  BOB 

HB  186   HB  187   HB  278   HB  333   HB  461   HB  584   HB  715 
HJR  13   HJR  22   HJR  32 

REGAN,  PAT 

SB  38    SB  74    SB  76    SB  78    SB  198   SB  304   SB  314 

REHBERG,  DENNIS 

HB  52    HB  113   HB  380   HB  515 


SPONSOR  LIST  OF  LEGISLATION 


REVENUE  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 
HB  1     HB  145   SB  2 

RICE,  JIM 

HB  189  HB  192   HB  194   HB  195   HB  243   HB  326   HB  346 

HB  434  HB  470   HB  489   HB  5 1 2   HB  5 1 3   HB  544   HB  578 

HB  661  HB  662 

ROTH.  RANDE 

HB  9  1    HB  183   HB  188   HB  224   HB  297   HB  478   HB  576 
HB  602   HB  738 

RUSSELL,  ANGELA 

HB  305   HB  593   HB  595   HB  654   HJR  44 

SCHYE,  TED 

HB  36  HB  66  HB  132   HB  143   HB  203   HB  217   HB  310 

HB  311  HB  405  HB  449   HB  505   HB  545   HB  590   HB  618 

HB  664  HB  687  HJR  17 

SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

HB  281   HB  345   HB  487 

SENATE  AGRICULTURE  COMMITTEE 
SB  300   SJR  1  1 

SENATE  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY  COMMITTEE 
SB  429   SB  472   SJR  13   SJR  17 

SENATE  EDUCATION  COMMITTEE 
SB  470 

SENATE  FISH  &  GAME  COMMITTEE 
SJR  15   SJR  16 

SENATE  JUDICIARY  COMMITTEE 
SB  196 

SENATE  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 
SJR  1  2 

SENATE  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  AND  SAFETY  COMMITTEE 

SJR  14 

SENATE  RULES  COMMITTEE 
SR  1 

SENATE  STATE  ADMINISTRATION  COMMITTEE 
SB  427   SB  439 

SENATE  TAXATION  COMMITTEE 
SB  341   SB  461 

SEVERSON.  ELMER 

SB  71    SB  184   SB  236   SB  237   SJR  2    SJR  15   SJR  16 

SIMON,  BRUCE 

HB  139   HB  315   HB  318   HB  319   HB  385   HB  408   HB  577 
HB  627   HB  628   HB  688   HB  708   HB  731   HB  732 


SPONSOR  LIST  OF  LEGISLATION 


SIMPKINS.  RICHARD 

HB  239   HB  456   HB  646   HB  691   HB  772 

SMITH,  CLYDE 

HB  153   HB  154   HB  155   HB  156   HB  157   HB  214   HB  347 

SPAETH.  GARY 

HB  59    HB  106  HB  107  HB  122   HB  123   HB  201   HB  234 

HB  235   HB  258  HB  259  HB  321   HB  361   HB  390   HB  414 

HB  490   HB  491  HB  492  HB  563   HB  570   HB  651   HB  675 

HB  690   HB  730  HJR  20  HJR  21 

SPRING,  JR . ,  WILBUR 

HB  252   HB  253   HB  384   HB  481 

SQUIRES.  CAROLYN 

HB  17    HB  225   HB  308   HB  378   HB  694 

STANG.  SPOOK 

HB  42    HB  129   HB  130   HB  149   HB  191   HB  205   HB  337 
HB  366 

STATE  AUDITOR 

SB  27    SB  41    SB  453 

STATE  LOTTERY  COMMISSION 
HB  207 

STEPPLER.  DON 

HB  131   HB  160   HB  285   HJR  43 

STICKNEY.  JESSICA 

HB  127   HB  167   HB  226   HB  281   HB  501   HB  518   HB  579 
HJR  28   HJR  33   HJR  34 

STIMATZ.  LAWRENCE 

SB  190   SB  443 

STORY,  PETER 
SJR  19 

STRIZICH.  BILL 

HB  80    HB  146   HB  213   HB  265   HB  282   HB  349   HB  350 
HB  351   HB  493   HB  495   HB  598   HB  642 

SUPERINTENDENT  OF  PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION 
SB  281 

SWIFT,  BERNIE 

HB  151   HB  171   HB  172   HB  244   HJR  1    HJR  11 

SWVSGOOD,  CHARLES 

HB  8     HB  18    HB  19    HB  210   HB  251   HB  525   HB  534 
HB  650   HB  658   HB  701 

TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  BOARD 
HB  159   HB  314   HB  3 1 7 


THAYER.  GENE 


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SPONSOR  LIST  OF  LEGISLATION 

SB  202   SB  218   SB  248   SB  278   SB  284   SB  303   SB  335 

SB  336   SB  364   SB  387   SB  428   SB  429   SB  430   SB  472 

SJR  7 

THOFT,  BOB 

HB  77    HB  193   HB  254   HB  463 

THOMAS.  FRED 

HB  29  1   HB  292   HB  338   HB  339   HB  345   HB  594   HB  612 

HB  623   HB  716   HB  734   HB  755   HJR  19   HJR  46 

TVEIT.  LARRY 

SB  113   SB  220   SB  221   SB  222   SB  262   SB  334   SB  435 

VAN  VALKENBURG,  FRED 

SB  308   SB  322   SB  343   SB  345   SB  347   SB  403   SB  408 

SB  41 2   SB  413 

VAUGHN,  ELEANOR 

SB  84    SB  86    SB  147   SB  173   SB  323 

VINCENT,  JOHN 

HB  200   HB  220   HB  240   HB  280   HB  300   HB  400   HB  425 

HB  500   HB  510   HB  550   HB  600   HB  620   HB  765   HB  795 
HJR  14   HJR  41   HR  2 

WALKER,  MIKE 

SB  179   SB  199   SB  219   SB  266   SB  454   SB  459 

WALLIN.  NORM 

HB  121   HB  216   HB  223   HB  271   HB  426   HB  441   HB  634 

HB  643   HB  656   HB  712   HB  788   HJR  35   HJR  45 

WEEDING.  CECIL 

SB  13    SB  16    SB  26    SB  35    SB  149   SB  370 

WESTLAKE,  VERNON 

HB  398   HB  413   HJR  31 

WHALEN.  TIM 

HB  56    HB  71    HB  103   HB  104   HB  108   HB  147   HB  184 

HB  185   HB  238   HB  247   HB  287   HB  316   HB  443   HB  457 

HB  608   HB  626   HB  633   HB  659   HB  673   HB  695   HB  696 
HJR  38 

WILLIAMS.  BOB 

SB  18    SB  20    SB  162   SB  205   SB  259   SB  270   SB  340 

SB  351   SB  358   SB  433   SB  466 

WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

HB  153   HB  154   HB  155   HB  156   HB  157   HB  214   HB  339 

HB  347   HB  348   SB  218 

WVATT,  DIANA 

HB  502   HB  562   HB  614   HB  773   HJR  39 

VELLOWTAIL  JR.,  WILLIAM 

SB  177   SB  178   SB  196   SB  325   SB  326   SB  383   SB  446 

SB  447   SB  450 

ZOOK,  TOM 

HB  455   HB  527 


SENATE 
BILLS  AND  RESOLUTIONS 


-1- 


GRAND  TOTALS 


INTRODUCED 

House      845 

Senate 513 

Total     1358 

PASSED 

House     491 

Senate 305 

Total     796 

VOTED  DOWN.   INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

House      103 

Senate 55 

Total     158 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

House     168 

Senate 39 

Total     207 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE  (no  action  taken) 

House      67 

Senate 107 

Total     174 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

House     4 

Senate 5 

Total     9 

VETOED 

House     12 

Senate 2 

Total     14 


-2- 


TALLY  OF  SENATE  BILLS 


INTRODUCED 

Senate  Bills     474 

Senate  Joint  Resolutions 24 

Senate  Resolutions     15 

Total     513 

PASSED 

Senate  Bills     269 

Senate  Joint  Resolutions 21 

Senate  Resolutions     15 

Total     305 

VOTED  DOWN.   INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

Senate  Bills     55 

Total     55 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

Senate  Bills     39 

Total     39 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE  (no  action  taken) 

Senate  Bills     104 

Senate  Joint  Resolutions 3 

Total     107 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

Senate  Bills     5 

Total     5 

VETOED 

Senate  Bills     2 

Total     2 


-3- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

SB  1      INTRODUCED  BY  ANDERSON,  JR. 

PROVIDE  FOR  UNIFORM  TAXATION  OF  COAL  ROYALTIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  COAL  TAX  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   5 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/28   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  2     INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

ALLOW  TAX  INCREASE  WHEN  THERE  IS  DECREASE  IN  TAX 
VALUE  FROM  1986  TAX  YEAR 
BY  REQUEST  OF  REVENUE  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/09   HEARING 
3/10   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  3     INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

CHANGE  TAX  REPORT  FILING  REQUIREMENT  FOR  LICENSE  TAX 
ON  MET/fL  MINES  AND  THE  RESOURCE  INDEMNITY 
TRUST  TAX  FROM  QUARTERLY  TO  ANNUALLY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 


1/02 

REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/02 

INTRODUCED 

1/03 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11 

HEARING 

1/13 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS 

AMENDED 

1/16 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

48 

0 

1/18 

3RD  READING  PASSED 

48 

0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92 

-5- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  128   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  4     INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

DEFINE  "BULK  STORAGE"  OF  SPECIAL  FUEL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/01   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        84  10 

SB  5     INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN 

PROVIDE  FOR  CONTINUOUS  LICENSE  FOR  OTHER  THAN 
LICENSED  GASOLINE  DISTRIBUTORS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  2ND  READING  PASSED                        48   0 

1/13  3RD  READING  PASSED                       50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  205   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  6     INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

REMOVE  PENALTY  FOR  CERTAIN  GAME  TAG  VIOLATIONS 
DISCOVERED  AT  CHECK  STATIONS 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

-6- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  31  19 

1/25  3RD  READING  FAILED  19  31 

SB  7      INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

REVISE  CLASS  FOUR  PROPERTY  AND  THE  RESIDENTIAL 
PROPERTY  TAX  CREDIT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  8     INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

EXEMPT  TRIBAL  ROYALTIES  RECEIVED  UNDER  1938  LEASES 
FROM  STATE  TAXATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/09  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76  10 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  16 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/16   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  46   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  84   8 

3/31   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  92   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

-7- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/08   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUWBER  536   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  9      INTRODUCED  BV  HARP 

INCREASE  PERCENTAGE  OF  PETITION  SIGNERS  TO  SUSPEND 
REFERENDUM 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/04   HEARING 

1/10   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/10   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        31  17 

(THIS  BILL  WAS  PLACED  ON  2ND  READING 
BECAUSE  IT  WAS  A  CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT) 
1/12   2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED        23  25 

(THIS  BILL  WAS  PLACED  ON  3RD  READING 
BECAUSE  IT  WAS  A  CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT) 
1/16   3RD  READING  PASSED  25  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/11   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        75  15 

SB  10    INTRODUCED  BV  HALLIGAN 

PROVIDE  PROCEDURE  FOR  SUMMARY  DISSOLUTION  OF 
MARRIAGE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/12  HEARING 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  11    INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH 

REVISE  SESSION  LAW  FORMAT 

BV  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  COUNCIL 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  HEARING 

1/09  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

-8- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   95   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  12    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

INCLUDE  LICENSED  UNIVERSITY  INFIRMARY  IN  MEDICAL 
LEGAL  ACT 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/02  HEARING 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2N0  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80   2 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   96   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  13    INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING.  ET  AL. 

ADOPT  THE  INTERSTATE  COMPACT  ON  AGRICULTURAL 
GRAIN  MARKETING 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  14    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

ALLOW  COUNTY  COMMISSIONERS  TO  FIX  TAX  LEVY  PRIOR  TO 
SECOND  MONDAY  IN  AUGUST 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   84   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  15    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  CERTIFICATION  OF  SMOKE  DETECTOR  IN  MOBILE 
HOME  OR  DWELLING  UPON  TRANSFER  OF  OWNERSHIP 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  28  18 

2/10  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  48   2 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/01  HEARING 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/03  2ND  READING  CONCUR  AS  AMENDED  FAILED    32  57 

3/03  SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE  OF  WHOLE  REPORT 

3/03  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/09  HEARING 

3/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  16    INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING 

REQUIRE  NOTICE  OF  MORTGAGE  RELEASE  FROM  MORTGAGEE 
FILING  UNDER  15-16-402 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   2 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  40   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        89   7 
3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   S'GNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  286   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


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SB  17    INTRODUCED  BV  BECK 

DELETE  VALUE  GUIDE  TO  CARS  OF  PARTICULAR  INTEREST 
FOR  ASSESSING  OLD  VEHICLES 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

1/13  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/14  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/01  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/01  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED         78   2 

3/07  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/22   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  349   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/28/89 

SB  18    INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS,  B. 

ALLOW  PSC  TO  TREAT  ADS  THAT  PROMOTE  USE  OF 
COMMUNICATIONS  AS  EXPENSE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRBD  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   3 

1/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  41   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/27   REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/08   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        38  56 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  60  38 

3/14   REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

-11- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  65  34 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  65  26 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  452   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  19    INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN 

TRANSFER  AUTHORITY  TO  LEGISLATURE  TO  ASSIGN  SPACE 
IN  THE  CAPITOL  AND  CERTAIN  OTHER  BUILDINGS 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
1/06   HEARING 

1/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 
1/11   REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  20    INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B. 

DECREASE  TO  FIVE  THE  PUPI L- I NSTRUCTION-RELATED  DAYS 
ALLOWED  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/07  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        41   9 

SB  21    INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

MAKE  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE  A  CRIMINAL  JUSTICE  AGENCY 
AND  ALLOW  IT  TO  DESIGNATE  DEPARTMENT 
EMPLOYEES  AS  PEACE  OFFICERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/05  HEARING 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   2 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   9 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  76  16 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  129   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

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SB  22    INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

ESTABLISH  CENTRAL  REGISTRY  FOR  INTERSTATE  CHILD 
SUPPORT  ENFORCEMENT  CASES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 


1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED 


4B 
48 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


86 
96 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  287   EFFECTIVE  DATE 


10/01/89 


SB  23    INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON 

ADMIT  VIDEOTAPED  TESTIMONY  FOR  OFFENSES  ARISING  OUT 
OF  SAME  TRANSACTION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/05  HEARING 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/04   3R0  READING  CONCURRED 


85 
93 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   85   EFFECTIVE  DATE 


10/01 /89 


SB  24    INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

PROVIDE  OPTIONAL  METHOD  FOR  DOCUMENT  ENDORSEMENT  BY 
CLERK  AND  RECORDER 

1/02   INTRODUCED 


-13- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   82   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  25    INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

FREE  HOSTAGES  AND  REGAIN  ORDER  BEFORE  NEGOTIATING 
WITH  PRISON  INMATES 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  26    INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  APPROVAL  OF  PHYSICIAN  ASSISTANTS- 
CERTIFIED;  REGULATE  PRACTICE  OF  SAME 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  RULES 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/01  HEARING 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/06  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  97 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (SI,  2.  5.  7-12. 

14-22) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/15/89  (S3,  4.  6.  13,  23) 

SB  27    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

GENERALLY  REVISE  SECURITIES  LAWS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  STATE  AUDITOR 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/06  HEARING 

1/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75   4 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  249   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

SB  28    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

CLARIFY  DEFINITION  OF  VETERINARY  MEDICINE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/06  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/08   HEARING 
3/08   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  29    INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

PROVIDE  RULEMAKING  AUTHORITY  TO  BOARD  OF  OIL  AND  GAS 
FOR  SEISMIC  SHOT  HOLES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/11  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 


15- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  190   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  30    INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

AUTHORIZE  INTERNATIONAL  FUEL  TAX  AGREEMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/04  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  111   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  31    INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

ADD  TOGETHER  LOSSES  FROM  RELATED  CRIMINAL  MISCHIEFS 
TO  GET  HIGHER  PENALTY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  HEARING 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 


16- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   98   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  32    INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

PROVIDE  DISTRIBUTION  OF  CONSERVATION  RESERVE  PROGRAM 
RENTAL  PAYMENTS 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
1/06   HEARING 

1/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
1/12   REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  33    INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

RENAME  AND  REVISE  UPLAND  GAME  BIRD  ENHANCEMENT 
PROGRAM 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/17  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  38  10 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  39   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80   7 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  232   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

SB  34    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

ESTABLISH  A  PROPERTY  TAX  DEFERRAL  PROGRAM  FOR 
PERSONS  62  YEARS  OF  AGE  OR  OLDER 

1/03   INTRODUCED 
1/03   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/03   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/10   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  35    INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING 

AUTHORIZE  COUNTY  RETIREMENT  HOMES 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

-17- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/16  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  23  25 
1/16  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED  26  22 
1/17   RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  31  19 

1/17   REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  36    INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN,  S. 

ESTABLISH  THE  INSURANCE  DEPARTMENT  AS  A  CRIMINAL 
JUSTICE  AGENCY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/06  HEARING 

1/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  48   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   6 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   99   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 

SB  37    INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

INCREASE  FEE  CHARGED  BY  A  COUNTY  TREASURER  FOR 

MAKING  AND  ACKNOWLEDGING  A  DEED  FOR  PROPERTY 
SOLD  FOR  DELINQUENT  TAXES 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82  10 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  86   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  100   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 


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SB  38 


INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN.  ET  AL. 

STUDY  CONSTRUCTION  OF  WOMEN'S  PRISON 


1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  HEARING 

1/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


92 
90 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/15   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  46   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  91   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   2 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  518   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


4/13/89 


SB  39    INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

PROHIBIT  A  PERSON  WHO  IS  CONVICTED  OF  VIOLATING 

CERTAIN  STATE  HUNTING  AND  FISHING  LAWS  FROM 
APPLYING  FOR  A  SPECIAL  LICENSE  WITHIN 
5  YEARS  AFTER  THE  CONVICTION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/12  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  34  14 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  39  11 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


86 
88 


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RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/M   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  132   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  40    INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING 

PROVIDE  OPTIONAL  PUBLICATION  FOR  ANNUAL  STATEMENT 
OF  COUNTY  FINANCIAL  CONDITION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  30  13 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  41   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   4 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84   9 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  194   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  41     INTRODUCED  BY  ABRAMS 

AUTHORIZE  WARRANT  PAYMENTS  BY  ELECTRONIC  FUNDS 
TRANSFER 
BY  REQUEST  OF  STATE  AUDITOR 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  HEARING 

1/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  77   3 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/ 10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  101   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 

SB  42    INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

GENERALLY  REVISE  ADMINISTRATIVE  CHILD  SUPPORT 
ENFORCEMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/04  HEARING 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/18  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  549   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  43    INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK 

REVISE  ITINERANT  MERCHANTS'  LICENSE  FEE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/02  HEARING 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47  45 

3/06  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING  81  12 

3/06  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        83  10 

3/08  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  82  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 


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RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/20   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  288   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  44    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

PROHIBIT  LOCAL  OPTION  ENERGY  CODES 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/30   SPONSOR  WITHDREW 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  45    INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

REMOVE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  ADOPTION  PETITION  BE  FILED 
WITHIN  1  YEAR 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  233   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  46    INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

REQUIRE  A  SPECIAL  LEVY  FOR  TUITION  DEBT  OF 
DISCONTINUED  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/11  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   3 

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RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  127   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  47    INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON.  ET  AL. 

DELETE  OPEN  SEASON  RESTRICTION  ON  MOURNING  DOVES 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/19  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  24  20 

1/26  3RD  READING  FAILED  21  27 

SB  48    INTRODUCED  BY  PIPINICH 

ADD  A  lO-YEAR  RESTRICTION  ON  SPECIAL  HUNTING  PERMITS 
FOLLOWING  SUCCESSFUL  HUNT 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED                        47   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED                       50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/09   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        82   9 

SB  49    INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

CLARIFY  GROUP  BENEFITS  FOR  SEASONAL  AND  TEMPORARY 
STATE  EMPLOYEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/11  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  171   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  50    INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

PROVIDE  A  PRORATED  REFUND  ON  PERSONAL  PROPERTY 
MOVED  OUT-OF-STATE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  51    INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

STANDARDIZE  CERTAIN  STATE  INCOME  TAX  FILING 
REQUIREMENTS  WITH  FEDERAL  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        80   1 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/n   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  289   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  52    INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

REMOVE  INHERITANCE  AND  ESTATE  TAX  WARRANT  OF 
DISTRAINT  EXEMPTION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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1/09   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10   2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/12   3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   1 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  131   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  53    INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

STANDARDIZE  DEPOSIT  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  INHERITANCE  TAX 
COLLECTIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  136   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  54    INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

PROVIDE  THE  CONTINUING  LEVY  OF  EXECUTION  FOR 
WARRANTS  FOR  DISTRAINT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED                        49   0 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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1/12   3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  55    INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

PROVIDE  THAT  EARNINGS  OF  JUDGEMENT  DEBTOR  ARE  NOT 

EXEMPT  FROM  EXECUTION  TO  SATISFY  STATE  TAX  DEBT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 


1/03 

INTRODUCED 

1/03 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/03 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09 

HEARING 

1/09 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/12 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

48 

0 

1/14 

3RD  READING  PASSED 

48 

0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/03   HEARING 
3/03   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  56    INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LANDOWNER  ELK  HUNTING  PREFERENCE 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  34   6 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  10 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84  10 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  290   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

SB  57     INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

AMEND  CUSTOM  COMBINER  TAX 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   5 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/21  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/28  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   2 

3/06  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  183   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  58    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

REMOVE  SUNSET  PROVISIONS  FROM  SICK  LEAVE  FUND  AND 
LEAVE  ADVISORY  COUNCIL 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 
2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/08   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   65   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   6/30/89 

SB  59    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

CHANGE  METHOD  OF  SALE  OF  HIGHWAY  EQUIPMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       15  35 

1/19  2ND  READING  It-     .FINITELY  POSTPONED      40   9 

SB  60    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

ALLOW  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION  TO  APPROVE  CHANGE 
ORDERS  UP  TO  $25,000 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/10  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/M   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  51  32 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  80  16 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  350   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/28/89 

SB  61     INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL. 

DELETE  PERFORMANCE  BOND  REQUIREMENT  FOR  HIGHWAY 
COMMITTEE  COMMISSIONERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   2 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  234   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  62    INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL.  ET  AL. 

GRANT  GROSS  VEHICLE  WEIGHT  RULEMAKING  AUTHORITY  TO 
DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   5 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83   8 


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RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  371   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/29/89 

SB  63    INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER .  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CREATION  OF  EXECUTIVE  SECRETARY  FOR  BOARD  OF 
MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/13  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   5 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  80  13 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  135   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  64    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

PROVIDE  FOR  LAPSE  OF  NOTICE  OF  RIGHT  TO  CLAIM 
CONSTRUCTION  LIEN 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/09  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   7 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  81  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  29  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  65    INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

REVISE  PROPERTY  TAX  FREEZE  PROVISIONS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76   5 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    48   0 
4/04   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   1 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/15   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/17   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  90   9 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  91   6 

4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  662   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/11/89 

SB  66    INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON 

ALLOW  SCHOOL  EMPLOYEES  TO  PARTICIPATE  IN  ABUSE  AND 
NEGLECT  INTERVIEWS 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/11  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   4 

3/06  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  81  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  126   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  67    INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN 

PROVIDE  TRANSITIONAL  MEDICAID  TO  PERSONS  WHO  LOSE 
AFDC  DUE  TO  EMPLOYMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  REREFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/19  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  453 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/05/89  (S2-4) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  (SI)  CONTINGENT  ON 
EFFECTIVE  DATE  OF  FEDERAL  ACT 

SB  68    INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  SERVICE  OF  PROCESS  FEES 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  31  19 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  32  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/15   HEARING 
3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

-31- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   2 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  372   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/29/89 

SB  69    INTRODUCED  BV  PINSONEAULT 

ALLOW  POLITICAL  SUBDIVISIONS  TO  BE  BILLED  FOR  FEES 
OF  COUNTV  CLERK 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/10  HEARING 

1/n  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80   6 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/20   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  292   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  70    INTRODUCED  BV  NORMAN 

IMPLEMENT  THE  WORK  PROVISIONS  OF  THE  FEDERAL  WELFARE 
REFORM  ACT 
BV  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  REREFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/01   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   1 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  550 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 
16-18) 


04/15/89  (SI  1  .  12,  15,  19) 

04/01/90  (S9) 

07/01/90  (S1-8,  10,  13.  14, 


SB  71    INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON 

CHANGE  FILING  DEADLINE  FOR  PARK  DISTRICT 
COMMISSIONER  CANDIDATE 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  123   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  72    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

CHANGE  ALLOWABLE  LENGTHS  OF  SEMITRAILERS  AND 
VARIOUS  VEHICLE  COMBINATIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   9 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/n   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  121   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  73    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

CORRECT  FORMULA  FOR  DETERMINING  MAXIMUM  ALLOWABLE 
GROSS  VEHICLE  WEIGHT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   1 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  235   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  74    INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  MANDATORY  LICENSING  OF  ADULT  FOSTER  HOMES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

HEARING 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  45   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80  10 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  82  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  102   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 


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1/06 

1/06 

1/07 

1/11 

1/13 

1/13 

2/06 

2/08 

2/10 

2/21 

3/01 

3/02 

3/04 

3/06 

3/10 

3/  1  1 

3/1  1 

3/15 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

SB  75    INTRODUCED  BV  JACOBSON.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  AUDIT  OF  STATE  EMPLOYEE  GROUP  BENEFIT 
PLANS  EVERY  TWO  YEARS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 
3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   86   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/14/89 

SB  76    INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN.  ET  AL. 

ADOPT  VARIABLE  CONTRACT  LIFE  INSURANCE  LAW 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUEST  CANCELLED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  112   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  77    INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE.  ET  AL. 
RAISE  COUNTY  ROAD  MILL  LEW 

1/06   INTRODUCED 

1/06   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

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1/09 

1/12 

1/13 

1/14 

1/16 

1/17 

1  /  19 

2/21 

3/02 

3/03 

3/04 

3/06 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  36  14 

3RD  READING  PASSED  38  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        39  47 

RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  53  43 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        58  30 
3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  60  36 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    40   0 
3/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/23   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   2 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  43   5 

HOUSE 
3/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/23   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  53  42 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  57  39 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  560   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  78    INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN.  ET  AL. 

RECLASSIFY  AS  GENERAL  FUND  CERTAIN  STATE  SPECIAL 
REVENUE  FUND  ACCOUNTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/25  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  22 

2/10  3RD  READING  FAILED  24  25 

2/11  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  AND 

PLACED  ON  2ND  READING  26  19 

2/13  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED        25  25 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  19 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  55  30 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  71  25 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  351   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  79    INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

ALLOW  TRADE  AND  PROFESSIONAL  ASSOCIATION  MEMBERS' 
ARBITRATION 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/10  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  A3   1 

1/M  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   2 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  236   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  80    INTRODUCED  BY  HIMSL.  ET  AL. 

ELIMINATE  OTHER  STATE  SPECIAL  REVENUE  FUND  CATEGORY 
IN  STATE  FUND  STRUCTURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/25  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76  12 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/29   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

4/15   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  45   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/18   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  700   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  81    INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT,  ET  AL. 

CONTINUE  PROVISION  PRECLUDING  RESTRICTIONS  ON 

OPERATION  OF  VEHICLES  CARRYING  PERISHABLE 
AGRICUL,TURAL  SEEDS  ON  A  PUBLIC  HIGHWAY 

1/07  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/10  REREFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/19  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   6 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  237   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

SB  82    INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

EXEMPT  WHEAT  AND  BARLEY  COMMITTEE  BUREAU  CHIEF  FROM 
STATE  PAY  PLAN 

1/07  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

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DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  83    INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

ALLOW  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE  TO  WAIVE  THE  LATE 
FILING  PENALTY  ON  CORPORATION  TAXES 

1/07  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  84    INTRODUCED  BY  VAUGHN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  THE  REGISTRATION  OF  SEXUAL  OFFENDERS 

1/07  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  39   8 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  293   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  85    INTRODUCED  BY  HIMSL,  ET  AL. 
1989  BOND  VALIDATING  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/16  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   1 

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3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  159   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  86    INTRODUCED  BY  VAUGHN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  VOTER  REGISTRATION  CANCELLATION  AFTER 
EVERY  GENERAL  ELECTION 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  28  22 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/11   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        72  18 

SB  87    INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

ALLOW  EXCLUSION  OF  FAMILY  MEMBER  FROM  AUTO 
LIABILITY  POLICY 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/13  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  43   1 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/02  HEARING 

3/07  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

3/08  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   5 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  425   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/90 

SB  88     INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN.  ET  AL. 
REPEAL  THE  SUNRISE  STATUTES 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

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1/26   2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       22  25 
1/26   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      26  21 

SB  89    INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT 

REVISE  TEACHER  CERTIFICATION  FEES 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/13  HEARING 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   2 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  103   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  90    INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT 

REPEAL  CORPORATION  TAX  REDUCTION  OF  DEDUCTIONS 
RELATED  TO  EXCLUDED  INCOME 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/16  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  125   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  91    INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  SALE  OF  CABIN  SITES  OR  LOTS  LEASED  BY 
STATE  TO  LESSEES 


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47 

56 

41 

53 

44 

52 

42 

50 

0 

44 

5 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  HEARING 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  34  15 

1/24  SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE  OF  WHOLE  REPORT 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  31  18 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

3/01  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED 

3/20  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/11   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  602   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  92    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

ALLOW  ADOPTEES  ACCESS  TO  BIRTH  RECORDS 

1/10   INTRODUCED 

1/10   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/17   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  93    INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PAYMENT  OF  INITIAL  30  DAYS  GENERAL  RELIEF 
ASSISTANCE  BY  VOUCHER 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  94    INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON.  ET  AL . 

CREATE  A  MOTORIST  INFORMATION  SIGN  PROGRAM 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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86 

5 

83 

1  1 

48 

0 

45 

3 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  16 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  37  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  537   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  95    INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  IN-STATE  TRAVEL  ALLOWANCE  FOR  STATE 
EMPLOYEES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  27  20 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  34  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  69  24 

3/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/16  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  24 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  72  23 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    31  11 
4/03   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/11   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  38   8 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  41   7 

4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 

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4/06  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

4/11  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 

4/12  REPORT  REREFERRED  TO  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

4/13  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  46   4 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  40   7 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  67  23 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  53  41 

4/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/16  VETOED 

SB  96    INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP.  ET  AL. 

REDUCE  SEATbELT  VIOLATION  PENALTY  AND  BOND  TO  $5 

1/11   INTRODUCED 

1/n   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
1/12   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/18   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/20   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  97    INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

EXEMPT  CERTAIN  IMPROVEMENTS  TO  CLASS  FOUR  AND  CLASS 
FOURTEEN  PROPERTY 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  98    INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD.  ET  AL  . 

REQUIRE  A  TAX-PAID  STICKER  ON  A  MOBILE  HOME  ONLY 
WHEN  MOVING  THE  MOBILE  HOME 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/17  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/21  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

3/02  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   3 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  238   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  99    INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

IMPOSE  STRICTER  SANCTIONS  ON  GA  RECIPIENTS  WHO 
REFUSE  TO  WORK 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  43   4 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        91   3 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  579   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  100   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

DENY  GENERAL  RELIEF  ASSISTANCE  FOR  3  MONTHS  TO 
PERSONS  WHO  QUIT  OR  ARE  DISCHARGED  FROM 
EMPLOYMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  40   6 

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2/02   3RD  READING  PASSED  44   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  AT  THEIR  REQUEST 
2/10   REREFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
2/17   2ND  READING  PASSED  27  12 

2/20   3RD  READING  PASSED  40   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        84   9 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         35  11 
4/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        40   9 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  563   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/18/89 

SB  101   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

ESTABLISH  EMPLOYABILITY  AS  A  CLASSIFICATION  OF 
ELIGIBILITY  FOR  GENERAL  ASSISTANCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/10   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        91   6 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   2 
4/07   REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
4/08   REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
4/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   2 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  580   EFFECTIVE  DATE:    1/01/90 

SB  102   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT.  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  RENTAL  CAR  COMPANIES  FROM  HOLDING  RENTERS 
LIABLE  FOR  DAMAGES  TO  RENTAL  CARS; 
PROHIBITING  RENTAL  CAR  COLLISION  DAMAGE 
WAIVERS 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  103   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON,  ET  AL, 

PROHIBIT  FELON'S  CIVIL  DAMAGE  RECOVERY 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/18  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 
2/28   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  104   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON,  ET  AL. 

DEFINE  A  BASIC  SYSTEM  OF  FREE  QUALITY  PUBLIC 
SCHOOL  EDUCATION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  105   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE  TO  PROVIDE  DRIVER'S 
LICENSE  INFORMATION  TO  SELECTIVE  SERVICE 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  41   7 

3RD  READING  PASSED  41   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

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1/13 

1/13 

1/18 

1/24 

1/25 

1/27 

1/30 

2/21 

3/13 

3/  14 

52 

43 

54 

44 

57 

37 

49 

0 

48 

0 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/17   2ND  READING  NOT  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED    64  33 
3/17   SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE  OF 

WHOLE  REPORT 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/11   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/19   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/19   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  63  33 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  63  36 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  663   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  106   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

CLARIFY  GOVERNOR'S  AUTHORITY  REGARDING  DEATH 
SENTENCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/18  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   5 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  55  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

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SB  107   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 
CLARIFV  EXECUTIVE  CLEMENCY 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/18  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  15 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  74  14 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  16 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  561   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/15/89 

SB  108   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

CLARIFY  PROCEDURE  FOR  EXECUTION  OF  A  DEATH  SENTENCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  46   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  78  10 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  81  12 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         49   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  552   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/15/89 

SB  109   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT  TO  LIMIT  LEGISLATIVE 
MEMBERS  TO  8  CONSECUTIVE  YEARS 

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1/13 

1/13 

1/  18 

1/21 

1/24 

1/26 

2/21 

3/  14 

3/  14 

3/18 

3/21 

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1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  110   INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON.  ET  AL. 

ELIMINATE  REQUIREMENT  TO  SUBMIT  SUPPORTING  CLAIM 

DOCUMENTATION  TO  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
1/25   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 
3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   87   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/14/89 

SB  1 1 1   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  REGULATING  THE  PRACTICE  OF 
VETERINARY  MEDICINE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/25  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--8ILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/08   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        89   3 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         24  22 
4/03   SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE  OF 

WHOLE  REPORT  38  10 

4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/05   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

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4/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO   1 
4/18   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   Q 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO   1 
4/18   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   2 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  89   7 

4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  650   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/11/89 

SB  112   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

UNIFORM  FRAUDULENT  TRANSFER  ACT 

1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/13   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/20   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  113   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT.  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  A  PENALTY  FOR  AIDING  A  RESIDENT'S  FAILURE 
TO  RETURN  TO  A  YOUTH  CORRECTIONAL  FACILITY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  8.  SAFETY 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   4 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  519   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  114   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL. 

RESTORE  FIFTH  DENTIST  MEMBER  TO  BOARD  OF  DENTISTRY 


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1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED                       46   3 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED                       44   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 
3/01   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
3/31   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    38  49 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  115   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  REVERSE  ANNUITY  MORTGAGE  LOAN  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED                       50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED                        49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   2 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  178   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  116   INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  JUDICIAL  BUDGET  PROCEDURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JUDICIAL  BRANCH 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

HEARING 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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1/13 

1/13 

1  /20 

1/21 

1/25 

1/27 

2/21 

3/13 

3/13 

30 

19 

25 

22 

28 

22 

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SB  117   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT  TO  DISCONTINUE  DEPOSITS 
IN  COAL  SEVERANCE  TAX  TRUST  FUND 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/25  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
1/31  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/09   HEARING 

2/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
2/17   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        58  39 

SB  118   INTRODUCED  BV  BECK,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PROPERTY  TAX  PROTEST  LAWS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79  12 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  213   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

SB  119   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

ALLOW  INCREASED  STATE  PAYMENTS  TO  COUNTIES  FOR  JUNK 
VEHICLE  PROGRAMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        38  53 

SB  120   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

ALLOW  RELEASE  TO  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 
INFORMATION  ON  OUT-OF-WEDLOCK  BIRTHS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  34   9 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  48   0 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  118   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  121   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON,  ET  AL. 

ABOLISH  MERIT  COUNCIL  AND  ALL  REFERENCES  TO  MERIT 
SYSTEM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  39   4 

3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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1/13 

1/13 

1/18 

1/19 

1/21 

1/24 

2/21 

2/28 

3/08 

3/  1  1 

3/13 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  239   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  122   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE .  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CRIMINAL  STATUTE  LIMITATIONS  FOR  PROSECUTION 
OF  CHILD  SEXUAL  ABUSE  CRIMES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/n   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  294   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

SB  123   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  CANCELLATION  AND  REISSUANCE  OF  ERRONEOUS 
MOTOR  VEHICLE  CERTIFICATES  OF  OWNERSHIP 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  104   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  124   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER .  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  LONG-TERM  CARE  FACILITIES  FROM  REFUSING  TO 

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ADMIT  PERSONS  WITH  AIDS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  70  20 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  64  27 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  152   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  125   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

PERMIT  TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  SYSTEM  MEMBERS  TO 
PURCHASE  ADDITIONAL  SERVICE 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  113   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  126   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

REQUIRE  TEACHERS  TO  MAINTAIN  CURRENT  ENDORSEMENTS 

1/14   INTRODUCED 

1/14   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/18   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  127   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

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PROHIBIT  SIMULTANEOUS  APPEALS  OF  SCHOOL  EMPLOYEE'S 
GRIEVANCES 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/M  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/18  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   q 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  44  q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 
3/02   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  128   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  AND  CONTINUE  THE  GENERAL  RELIEF  ASSISTANCE 
JOB  SEARCH.  TRAINING,  AND  WORK  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/M  INTRODUCED 

1/M  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   Q 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED         91   5 

3/28  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

3/29  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        93   2 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   Q 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   Q 

HOUSE 
4/07   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO   1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88   7 

4/17   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  96   3 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  701 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S10-14) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  01/01/90  (Sl-9) 

SB  129   INTRODUCED  BV  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

ASSURE  CHILD  SUPPORT  ENFORCEMENT,  REQUIRE  AUTOMATIC 
WITHHOLDING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  42   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/03   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        46   1 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/20   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  74  21 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  89  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  702 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S19-29.  33) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (Sl-18.  30-32) 

SB  130   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  &  REHABILITATION 

SERVICES  TO  SEEK  TO  ESTABLISH  DEMONSTRATION 
PROGRAM  TO  TEST  POLICY  THAT  WOULD  ALLOW  AFDC 
RECIPIENTS  TO  WORK  MORE  THAN  100  HOURS  IN  A 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

MONTH  AND  STILL  RETAIN  ELIGIBILITY  FOR 
PUBLIC  ASSISTANCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

2/03  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   Q 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   Q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/20  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  97   q 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95  q 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/06   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  47   q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/15   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   0 

4/17   TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 
4/17   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  99   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

HOUSE 
4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

(GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS  CONSIDERED 
NOT  APPROVED  BY  LEGISLATURE) 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  703   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

SB  131   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

ADOPT  UNIFORM  STATUTORY  RULE  AGAINST  PERPETUITIES 


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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   3 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  250   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  132   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

GENERALLY  REVISE  COLLECTION  OF  DELINQUENT  PROPERTY 
TAXES;  DEFINE  THE  TERM  "COST" 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/18  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   1 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/07   HEARING 

4/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        95   4 
4/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   2 

HOUSE 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  84   9 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  89   5 

4/26  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/22  SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  704   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

SB  133   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  BOARD  OF  NATUROPATHIC  PHYSICIANS 

1/M  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  8.  SAFETY 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  134   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  GREATER  FINANCIAL  INCENTIVES  FOR  GENERAL 
RELIEF  ASSISTANCE  RECIPIENTS  TO  OBTAIN 
EMPLOYMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  603   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

SB  135   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  TOOLS  OF  TRADE  EXEMPTION 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  74   5 

3/06  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  130   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  136   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

PROVIDE  FOR  TRANSFER  OF  A  TENURE  TEACHER  BETWEEN 
TEACHING  AND  ADMINISTRATIVE  POSITIONS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  36  13 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  33  17 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   REREFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT 

CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        52  45 

SB  137   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

ALLOW  A  CORPORATION  TAX  ELECTION  ON  CARRYFORWARDS 
AND  CARRYBACKS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/23  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/29   HEARING 

3/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

4/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

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4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  538   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/14/89 

SB  138   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  LOAN  AND  CREDIT  AGREEMENTS  TO  BE 
IN  WRITING 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/24  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  HEARING 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  30  16 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  33  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/13   HEARING 
3/13   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  139   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

CHANGE  TO  24  MONTHS  THE  MAXIMUM  TIME  FOR 
REDEMPTION  OF  PROPERTY  TAX  LIEN  ON 
CERTAIN  SUBDIVIDED  PROPERTY 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/20  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/29   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/05   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  95   2 

4/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  564   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  140   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON.  ET  AL. 

MAKE  POSSESSION  OF  P2P  ( PHENYLACETONE )  PUNISHABLE 
AS  PRECURSORS  TO  DANGEROUS  DRUGS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/27   2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/30   3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        46   0 

3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  202   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  141   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

EXTEND  TIME  FOR  COUNTY  CLERK  TO  FILE  MONTHLY 
FINANCIAL  STATEMENT 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  168   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  142   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

CLARIFY  LAW  REGARDING  COUNTY  EXPENDITURES  IN 
EXCESS  OF  AMOUNT  APPROPRIATED 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  143   INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE .  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  RESTRICTIONS  ON  USE  OF  CERTAIN  DRUGS  BY 
OPTOMETRISTS 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/30  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  23 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  28  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/06   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/27   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    49  42 
(MOTION  REQUIRED  THREE-FIFTHS  VOTE  OF 
APPROVAL  IN  ORDER  TO  PASS) 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  144   INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  SYSTEM  FOR  DRAWING  SPECIAL  ELK  PERMITS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/30  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        44   4 

SB  145   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  VETERANS'  OR  SOCIAL  SECURITY  BENEFITS 
NOT  BE  EXEMPTED  FROM  EXECUTION  FOR  CHILD 
SUPPORT  OR  CHILD  SUPPORT-RELATED  MAINTENANCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  240   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  146   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

AUTHORIZE  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES  TO  CONTRACT 
TO  CONDUCT  INVESTIGATIONS  CONCERNING  PARENTAL 
ADOPTIVE  PLACEMENTS  AND  TO  CHARGE  A  FEE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   1 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/20   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/04   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  98   0 

4/05   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  539   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  147   INTRODUCED  BY  VAUGHN 

GENERALLY  REVISE  CHIROPRACTIC  LICENSE  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  66  24 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  81   9 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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1/16 

1/16 

1/25 

1/26 

1  /28 

1/31 

2/21 

3/06 

3/07 

3/09 

3/10 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  203   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  148   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

PROVIDE  THAT  PERSON  CITED  FOR  MOTOR  VEHICLE 

VIOLATION  MAY  RELINQUISH  DRIVER'S  LICENSE 
IN  LIEU  OF  BAIL  UNTIL  COURT  APPEARANCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/02  HEARING 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/02   HEARING 
3/07   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  149   INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FEE  IN  LIEU  OF  TAX  ON  BOATS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  150   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

GENERALLY  REVISE  ATTORNEY-IN-FACT  EXEMPTION  FROM 
REAL  ESTATE  BROKER  AND  SALESMAN  LICENSE 
REQUIREMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--8ILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76   6 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  180   EFFECTIVE  DA     10/01/89 

SB  151    INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON,  ET  AL . 

REVISE  COSMETOLOGY  LAW;  REGULATE  BOOTH  RENTAL 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  35  14 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85  10 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   88   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  152   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  A  PAY  INCREASE  FOR  CERTAIN  STATE  EMPLOYEES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  REREFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  36  14 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  39  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/22  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/08  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/11  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  153   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  OUTFITTERS  MAY  RETAIN  GUIDE  AS 
INDEPENDENT  CONTRACTOR 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/17   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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1/17  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  34   9 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   2 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    40   1 
3/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/29   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/31   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   3 

HOUSE 
3/23   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  87   5 

3/31   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  93   4 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  565   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  154   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  CONFIDENTIALITY  OF  CERTAIN  STATE  LANDS 
LEASE  INFORMATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  105   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  155   INTRODUCED  BV  CRIPPEN.  ET  AL. 

RAISE  AND  INDEX  CERTAIN  JUDICIAL  SALARIES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  156   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

REPEAL  LAW  THAT  REQUIRES  LABOR  COMMISSIONER  TO  KEEP 
CHILD  SCHOOL  REPORTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED                       50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED                       49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   2 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  24  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  157   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  STATUTE  OF  LIMITATIONS  FOR  CIVIL  ACTIONS  TO 

RECOVER  DAMAGES  FOR  INJURY  SUFFERED  AS  A 

RESULT  OF  CHILDHOOD  SEXUAL  ABUSE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 
3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

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3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85  11 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  82  12 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/M   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  158   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  158   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING 

REPEAL  TAXES  ON  PERSONAL  PROPERTY;  PLACE  CAP  ON 

CERTAIN  REAL  PROPERTY  TAXES  EQUIVALENT  TO  1 
PERCENT  OF  MARKET  VALUE 

1/17   INTRODUCED 
1/17   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/18   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/25   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/25   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  159   INTRODUCED  BY  BLAYLOCK 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  NEW  HORIZONS  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED                        50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED                       45   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  251   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  160   INTRODUCED  BY  BLAYLOCK 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  THE  UNEMPLOYMENT  INSURANCE  LAWS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  HEARING 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31   2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/02   3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/07   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   3 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  618 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/22/89  (Sll.  12) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (Sl-10) 

SB  161    INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

PROVIDE  THAT  PURCHASER  OF  STATE-OWNED  TIMBER  POST 
BOND  EQUIVALENT  TO  POTENTIAL  LOSS  TO  STATE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   0 

3/22   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  373   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  162   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B..  ET  AL . 

CHANGE  METHOD  OF  CALCULATING  SCHOOL  AVERAGE  NUMBER 
BELONGING  TO  ELIMINATE  BENEFIT  OF  OFFERING 
MORE  THAN  180  DAYS 


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1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  23 

2/10  3RD  READING  FAILED  19  30 

SB  163   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  NONAMBULATORY  DEVELOPMENTALLY  DISABLED 

CLIENTS  REIMBURSEMENT  OF  COSTS  FOR  NEEDED 
TRANSPORTATION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/07  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       24  24 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  22 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  32  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  164   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PARENTAL  NOTICE  BY  A  PHYSICIAN  BEFORE  HE 
PERFORMS  AN  ABORTION  ON  A  MINOR;  PROVIDE 
PROCEDURES  FOR  A  JUDICIAL  EXEMPTION  FROM 
THE  NOTIFICATION  REQUIREMENT 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/23  HEARING 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  36  13 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/15   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/20   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    56  42 
(REQUIRED  THREE-FIFTHS  VOTE  OF  APPROVAL) 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  165   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  DEPARTMENT  HEAD  WITH  AUTHORITY  OVER  DEPUTY 
DIRECTORS  AND  DIVISION  ADMINISTRATORS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

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1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  29  20 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 
3/22   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  166   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  ADMINISTRATION  OF  TEMPORARY  PRELIMINARY 
AND  PRELIMINARY  DECREES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   1 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/27  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   8 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  82  16 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  604   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

SB  167   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON.  ET  AL. 

REOPEN  WATER  RIGHT  DECREES  FOR  OBJECTIONS  ON  ISSUES 
NOT  PREVIOUSLY  RESOLVED 


1/17 

INTRODUCED 

1/17 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/19 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03 

HEARING 

2/14 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16 

2ND  READING  PASSED                        48   0 

2/18 

3RD  READING  PASSED                        49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/21  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

2/27  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        86   8 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  74  22 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  586   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

SB  168   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CORRECTION  OF  CLERICAL  MISTAKES  IN  FINAL 
DECREES  OF  WATER  RIGHTS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/03  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/27  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   2 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  426   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  169   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  TEMPORARY  PRELIMINARY  DECREES  AND  FOR 
OBJECTIONS  ON  THE  DECREES 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  48   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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1/17 

1/17 

1/  19 

1/28 

1/30 

2/03 

2/  14 

2/16 

2/18 

2/21 

2/27 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED         77  15 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  75  21 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   Q 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  605   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

SB  170   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  DANGEROUS  OFFENDER  DESIGNATION  ON  REVOCATION 
OF  PROBATION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  106   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  171   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

CLARIFY  DUTIES  OF  FORENSIC  SCIENCE  AGENCIES  AND 
AGENCY  DIRECTORS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/07   HEARING 
3/07   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  172   INTRODUCED  BV  PINSONEAULT,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  AS  A  CRIME  SEXUAL  SOLICITATION  IN  EXCHANGE 
FOR  OR  IN  ADDITION  TO  FEES  CHARGED  FOR 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

CERTAIN  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/m  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         29  12 

SB  173   INTRODUCED  BV  VAUGHN.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  TEMPORARY  MOTORBOAT  PERMITS  FOR  ALL 
OUT-OF-STATE  MOTORBOATS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/24  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        73   4 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    45   0 
3/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/31   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
3/16   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/06   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
3/31   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/14   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  REJECTED  49   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPT  MOTION  FAILED    49  51 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

SB  174   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK.  ET  AL. 

MAKE  ANY  MEMBER  ELIGIBLE  FOR  BOARD  OF  ARCHITECTS 
CHAIRMANSHIP 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 


■77- 


SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


97 
93 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/M   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   89   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


10/01/89 


SB  175   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  PROCEDURE  FOR  ACTION  AGAINST  UNLAWFUL  MOTOR 
VEHICLE  DEALER 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 


1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED 


44 

50 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   3 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   4 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  179   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  176   INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN.  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  $25  LATE  PAYMENT  PENALTY  ON  STATE 
AGRICULTURAL  AND  GRAZING  LEASES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 


1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG, 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  44 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  47 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   6 


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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  187   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  177   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL 

COMPEL  PATERNITY  BLOOD  TESTS  ADMINISTRATIVELY 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED                        44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED                       48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  61  19 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  71  24 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  119   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  178   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  PENSION  ADJUSTMENT  FOR  CERTAIN  FIREFIGHTERS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/15  HEARING 

3/17  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/20  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   5 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/31   TRANSMITTED  '.  0  GOVERNOR 

4/05   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  454   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  179   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  QUALIFICATIONS  REQUIRED  FOR  COSMETOLOGIST 
LICENSURE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/23  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  29  13 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/28  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/07  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80   9 

3/08  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  71  24 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    37   1 
3/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/21   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.   1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  40   8 

HOUSE 
3/16   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/21   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88   3 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  87   9 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  520   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  180   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

UNIFORM  CUSTODIAL  TRUST  ACT 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/08   HEARING 

3/08   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  181   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

REVISE  SEROLOGY  TEST  PROCEDURES 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   3 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  186   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  182   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

REDEFINE  "MENTAL  ILLNESS";  INCREASE  MAXIMUM  BENEFITS 
FOR  MENTAL  ILLNESS.  ALCOHOLISM.  AND  DRUG 
ADDICTION  IN  DISABILITY  INSURANCE  POLICIES  TO 
EQUAL  THOSE  FOR  PHYSICAL  ILLNESSES 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  36  11 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  40   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/06   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        40  54 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  AT  THEIR  REQUEST 
3/14   RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  51  45 

3/14   REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        40  57 

SB  183   INTRODUCED  BY  ABRAMS 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

INCLUDE  LITTLE  MISSOURI  RIVER  BASIN  IN  THE  WATER 
RESERVATION  PROCESS 
BV  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/M   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  134   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  184   INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON.  ET  AL . 

ELIMINATE  TAX  ON  LIVESTOCK  AND  AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS 
IN  FARM  STORAGE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  34  15 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  38  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/10   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  185   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE.  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  MENTAL  HEALTH  SERVICES  FROM  DEPARTMENT  OF 
INSTITUTIONS  TO  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  SALE  OF  STATE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION 
INSURANCE  PLAN.  FUND 

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1  /  18 

1/18 

1  /  19 

1/25 

1/26 

2/17 

SB 

186 

INTRO 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  28  21 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  28  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/07   HEARING 
3/14   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  187   INTRODUCED  BY  HAMMOND,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PSYCHOLOGIST  LICENSURE;  LICENSE  PSYCHOLOGIST 
ASSOCIATE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  8.  SAFETY 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  188   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  SECRETARY  OF  STATE  TO  PRESCRIBE 

COMPUTERIZED  FORMAT  FOR  CORPORATIONS' 
ANNUAL  REPORTS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  153   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  189   INTRODUCED  BY  PIPINICH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  HEALTH  OFFICERS  TO  TAKE  ANY  ACTION  TO  CONTROL 
COMMUNICABLE  DISEASES 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  44   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21    REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  56  40 

3/09   3RD  READING  FAILED  38  55 

SB  190   INTRODUCED  BY  STIMATZ 

IMPOSE  A  TAX  ON  THE  TRANSFER  OF  REALTY 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  191   INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON 

PROHIBIT  CONDUCT  OF  BUSINESS  UNDER  ASSUMED  NAME 
WITHOUT  REGISTRATION 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/24  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         31  18 

SB  192    INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON.  ET  AL. 

AMEND  17-2-108  TO  REQUIRE  ENTITY  TO  SPEND  NQNGENERAL 
FUND  MONEY  FIRST 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  HEADING  CONCURRED  86   0 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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1/19 

1  /  19 

1/24 

1/24 

1/26 

1/28 

2/21 

3/13 

3/14 

3/15 

3/16 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  352   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  193   INTRODUCED  BV  JACOBSON .  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  WHEN  ENTITIES  MAY  MAKE  CHARGES  AGAINST 
APPROPRIATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  353   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  194   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN 

REVISE  ELIGIBILITY  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  SERVICE  8.  EARLY 
RETIREMENT  FOR  SHERIFFS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  64  16 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  80  15 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  122   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  195   INTRODUCED  BV  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  REQUIREMENTS  THAT  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

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ESTABLISH  REPORTING  SYSTEM  TO  IDENTIFY 
CORPORATIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 
3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  252   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  196   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL,  ET  AL . 

INCREASE  SALARIES  PAID  TO  SUPREME  COURT  AND  DISTRICT 
COURT  JUDGES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  JUDICIARY  COMMITTEE 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  32  17 

2/07  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 

AND  PLACED  ON  2ND  READING  27  21 

2/08  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

AND  PLACED  ON  3RD  READING  31  18 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  34  15 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/21  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/27  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/27  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/21  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/0  1   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/05   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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60 

33 

60 

34 

49 

1 

39 

9 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  462   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  197   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD.  ET  AL. 

COMBINE  IN  CLASS  SIX  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  IN  CLASSES 
EIGHT,  NINE.  TEN,  AND  SIXTEEN 

1/20   INTRODUCED 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/21   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/27   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
1/27   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  198   INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN 

EXPAND  STATE  EQUALIZATION  OF  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  FUNDING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  199   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER.  ET  AL. 

MAKE  OFFICE  OF  SECURITIES  COMMISSIONER  A  CRIMINAL 
JUSTICE  AGENCY  BY  STATUTE 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  36   7 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  35  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75   5 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  86   9 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  107   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 

SB  200   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

RAISE  THE  SALARY  FOR  BOARD  OF  HORSERACING  MEMBERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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1/30  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  65  31 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  58  34 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  214   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  201   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  THE  BOARD  OF  OIL  AND  GAS  CONSERVATION'S 
EXEMPTION  FROM  MEPA 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  30  18 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/10   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76  10 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  566   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  202   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER.  ET  AL. 

EXCLUDE  AMUSEMENT  OR  RECREATIONAL  EMPLOYEES  FROM 
OVERTIME  COMPENSATION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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2/06   2ND  READING  PASSED  29  20 

2/08   3RD  READING  PASSED  29  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/09   HEARING 
3/09   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  203   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

REVISE  SCHOOL  FUNDING 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  29  21 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  29  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  ED.  FUND.  SELECT  COMMITTEE 

2/28  HEARING 

3/02  HEARING 

3/04  HEARING 

3/07  HEARING 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  HEARING 

3/22  HEARING 

3/23  MOTION  FAILED  TO  REREFER  TO  EDUCATION 

&  CULTURAL  RESOURCES  COMMITTEE      51  47 
(REQUIRED  3/5  VOTE  TO  PASS) 

3/28  HEARING 

3/30  HEARING 

4/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/07  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        53  45 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  62  38 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    28  20 
4/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

HOUSE 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
DIED  IN  PROCESS 

SB  204   INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  UNIFORM  ANATOMICAL  GIFT  ACT 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    41   4 
3/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

HOUSE 
3/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88   2 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  94   3 

4/08   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  540   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  205   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B..  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  DISCRIMINATION  IN 
INSURANCE  AND  RETIREMENT  PLANS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/23  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       20  30 

2/09  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      32  18 

SB  206   INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN,  ET  AL . 

REQUIRE  A   MINIMUM  PROPERTY  TAX 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/02  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/08   HEARING 
3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

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3/13   REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  207   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  SMOKE  DETECTORS  IN  RENTAL  UNITS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  44   4 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  41   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/01   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        67  20 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  66  31 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        44   5 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  567   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/18/89 

SB  208   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  VENUE  NONRESIDENT  TORT  CLAIMS 

1/21   INTRODUCED 

1/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  209   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT 

REVISE  COURT  REPORTER  SALARIES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  2N0  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  72  23 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  70  27 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

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3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/06   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/12   2N0  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  93   5 

SENATE 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT 

NO.  1  DO  NOT  ADOPT  MOTION  FAILED    28  68 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.   1  ADOPTED  76  22 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  64  29 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  640 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (SI.  3.  4) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/91  (S2) 

SB  210   INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PENALTY  FOR  VIOLATION  OF  NEPOTISM  LAW 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/02  3R0  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 
3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  86   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  253   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  211    INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  ZONING  AND  PLANNING  RESTRICTIONS  ON  OPENCUT 
MINING 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/13  HEARING 

2/M  TAKEN  FROM  COMMITTEE 

2/15  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED        19  30 

2/15  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      31  17 

SB  212   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER ,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  BELOW-GRADE  INSTALLATION  OF  LIQUEFIED 
PETROLEUM  GAS  APPLIANCES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        49   0 

SB  213   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN ,  S..  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  THE  ALLOWABLE  SEED  OR  GRAIN  LIEN  TO 
AMOUNT  OF  PURCHASE  PRICE 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  189   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  214   INTRODUCED  BY  PIPINICH 

REPEAL  LIMITATION  OF  FUNDING  FOR  SUBSIDIZED  ADOPTION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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2/02   2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/04   3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  354   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/28/89 

SB  215   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN.  ET  AL. 

EMPLOYEE  OWNERSHIP  OPPORTUNITY  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/17   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/18   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/2  1   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   0 

4/2  1   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUWBER  67  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/16/89 

SB  216   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  FIREFIGHTING  VEHICLES  ARE  NOT 
COMMERCIAL  VEHICLES 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/02   HEARING 
3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        81   0 
3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  521   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/13/89 

SB  217   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN,  ET  AL. 
EXTEND  CERTIFICATE  OF  NEED  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  8. 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/14  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        37   8 

2/15  MOTION  FAILED  TO  RECONSIDER  PREVIOUS 

SB  218   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER 

ALLOW  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION  TO  WAIVE  CLAIM 
TIME  LIMIT  FOR  LATENT  INJURY,  ESTOPPEL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/23   INTRODUCED 

1/23   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/24   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/28   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31   HEARING 

2/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/10   3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   3 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  254   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  219   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  HUNTING  ACCESS  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  GAME 
DAMAGE  ASSISTANCE  ELIGIBILITY 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        69  24 
3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  76  21 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  568   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  220   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT,  ET  AL . 

ALLOW  DISCOUNT  FOR  PAYMENT  OF  ENTIRE  PROPERTY  TAX 
WHEN  FIRST  HALF  IS  DUE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/06  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED        19  30 

2/07  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      37  12 

SB  221   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT.  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  35-MPH  SPEED  LIMIT  ON  HIGHWAY  BEING  SURVEYED 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  81  12 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  173   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  222   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  PASSING  OF  TITLE  TO  CATTLE  FROM 
AUCTION  YARD 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  160   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  223   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  MAJOR  FACILITY  SITING  ACT  DEFINITION 
OF  "UTILITY" 

1/25   INTRODUCED 

1/25   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/03  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  28  22 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  224   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING 

REVISE  COAL  TAX  ALLOCATIONS;  DEPOSIT  IN  GENERAL  FUND 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        32  11 

SB  225   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

ELIMINATE  RESOURCE  INDEMNITY  TRUST  INTEREST  INCOME 
ALLOCATION  TO  RENEWABLE  RESOURCE  DEVELOPMENT 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/06  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         37   8 

SB  226   INTRODUCED  BY  HIMSL.  ET  AL. 

VALUE  CABIN  SITES  ON  STATE  LANDS  AT  3.5  PERCENT 
OF  VALUE  SET  BY  COUNTY  APPRAISER 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HEARING 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED         75  20 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  75  23 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 

FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 

2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

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1/25 

1/25 

1/26 

2/01 

2/01 

2/03 

2/13 

2/15 

2/17 

2/21 

3/10 

4/01 

4/04 

4/06 

4/  1  1 

4/  12 

4/18 

4/  19 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  85   9 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  87   7 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  705   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

SB  227   INTRODUCED  BY  HIMSL.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  COMPOSITION  OF  THE  FLATHEAD  BASIN  COMMISSION 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  77  15 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  •  80  1 1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  176   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  228   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

ALLOW  KILLING  OF  DOGS  THAT  DESTROY  OR  MAIM  POULTRY 

1/25   INTRODUCED 

1/25   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/01   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  229   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  EXEMPTION  OF  CERTAIN  PERSONS  FROM  THE 
PROHIBITION  AGAINST  DEBT  ADJUSTING 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--8ILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   5 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         49   0 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  295   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

SB  230   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

ALLOW  PROPERTY  TAXES  TO  BE  PAID  IN  MONTHLY 
INSTALLMENTS 

1/25   INTRODUCED 

1/25   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/27   REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/02   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  231    INTRODUCED  BY  PIPINICH.  ET  AL . 

AUTHORIZE  THE  RESALE  OF  WILDLIFE  CARCASSES  NOT  FOR 
HUMAN  CONSUMPTION 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  108   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 


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SB  232   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

ACKNOWLEDGE  NOTARIAL  ACTS  PERFORMED  IN  MONTANA  BY 
NONRESIDENT  NOTARY  PUBLIC 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/30  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   3 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  242   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  233   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING,  ET  AL. 
AUTHORIZE  MULE  RACING 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  74  16 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  73  20 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  192   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  234   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN 

DEFINE  "TIPPED  EMPLOYEE"  IN  THE  MINIMUM  WAGE  LAWS 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/31  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/08  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        47   0 

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SB  235   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER .  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CONTRACTORS  TO  MAKE  PAYMENTS  TO  A  BONA  FIDE 
FRINGE  BENEFIT  FUND 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  33  16 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  29  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 
3/22   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
4/06   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    54  43 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  236   INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  COMPULSORY  ELK  KILL  REPORTING 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76   9 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  109   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 

SB  237   INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  COW  ELK  PERMIT  TO  TAKING  OF  COW  ELK 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/14   3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   5 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  296   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/01/90 

SB  238   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

SUSPEND  POWERS  OF  COAL  BOARD;  ELIMINATE  LOCAL 
IMPACT  ALLOCATION 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/13  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        22   6 

SB  239   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

LIMIT  PRINTING  BY  UNIT  OF  MONTANA  UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  240   INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

ALLOW  DISABLED  PERSON  OR  PERSON  OVER  65  TO  DESIGNATE 
ANOTHER  HUNTER 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/02  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  40   9 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  32  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/11   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        64  27 

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SB  241   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  JUDGES'  RETIREMENT 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED         84  14 
4/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  75  23 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    48   0 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  REJECTED  50   0 

HOUSE 
4/15   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  REJECTED  91   6 

SENATE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  47   0 

HOUSE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/20   MOTION  FAILED  TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE 

CONSIDERATION  ON  REPORT  NO.  2        28  59 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  58  30 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  59  34 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  664 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (SI.  4-7) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/91  (S2.  3) 

SB  242   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

REVISE  RELOCATION  ASSISTANCE  LAW 

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BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75   7 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  374   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/29/89 

SB  243   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

DELETE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

PROVIDE  FORM  FOR  ENERGY-CONSERVING  EXPENSE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/03  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

3/07   3R0  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  133   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  244   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  BIDDER  WITH  SIGNIFICANT  ECONOMIC  PREFERENCE 
IN  MONTANA  TO  RECEIVE  RESIDENT  PREFERENCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

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DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  245   INTRODUCED  BV  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

REPEAL  RESIDENT  BIDDER  PREFERENCE  IN  AWARDING  PUBLIC 
CONTRACTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/03  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        40   9 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

SB  246   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN.  ET  AL. 

EMPLOYEE  COOPERATIVE  CORPORATIONS  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/26   INTRODUCED 

1/26   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/30   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  247   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

REVISE  CORPORATE  NET  OPERATING  LOSS  DEDUCTION 
CARRYBACK  AND  CARRYOVER 

1/26   INTRODUCED 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/27   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/02   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/04   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  248   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER.  ET  AL. 
MONTANA  CAPTIVE  INSURER  ACT 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  37  10 

2/10  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/17  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  249   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL . 

REVISE  COUNTY  FAIR  COMMISSION  LAW 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   7 

3/M   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   9 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  553   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  250   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  INVOLUNTARY  TRANSFER  OF  BOAT  AND 
SNOWMOBILE  TITLES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  38   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   1 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  375   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  251   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  BINGO  AND  RAFFLE  LAW 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

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2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   4 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   91   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  252   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  SIZE  OF  COUNTY  FAIR  COMMISSION 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/09   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        84   7 

SB  253   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  SPECIAL  FUEL  TAX  EXEMPTION  FOR 
PRIVATE  SCHOOLS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED                       48   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED                        49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/29  HEARING 

3/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

4/13  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

4/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

4/14  2ND  READ  CONCUR  AS  AMENDED  FAILED       30  68 

SB  254   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  LIABILITY  FOR  TRANSFER  OF  LAND 
CONTAINING  NOXIOUS  WEEDS 

1/26   INTRODUCED 

1/26   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/30   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  255   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

ALl uW  HIGHWAY  PATROLMEN  TO  PREVENT  THE  OBSTRUCTION 

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OF  PUBLIC  HIGHWAYS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  22 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  28  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/16   HEARING 
3/20   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  256   INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  COUNTY  ROAD  AND  BRIDGE  DEPRECIATION  RESERVE 
FUND 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED                       47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED                       48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        82   2 
3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  522   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  257   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CREDIT  FOR  GAS  AND  SPECIAL  FUELS  TAX 
ON  UNPAID  SALES 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED                       29  12 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED                       42   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/14  HEARING 

3/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   4 

4/05  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  562   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  258   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

REVISE  LAWS  REGARDING  GRANTING  OF  PAROLE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  PARDONS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  78  19 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  72  20 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  188   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  259   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B..  ET  AL. 
PROVIDE  EXEMPTIONS  FROM  SUNRISE  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/28  REREFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/06  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   9 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  79  14 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/M   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  124   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  260   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  INTRODUCTION,  PROLIFERATION,  AND  SPREAD  OF 
UNDESIRABLE  FISH 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE. 
&  PARKS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED                       38   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED                        50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  376 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/29/89  (S14.  16) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S1-13,  15) 

SB  261   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  CERTAIN  BOUNDARY  LINE  RELOCATIONS  FROM 
SUBDIVISION  AND  PLATTING  ACT 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        93   1 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  569   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  262   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  A  TEACHER'S  TENURE  IS  TERMINATED  WHEN 
SERVICES  TERMINATED 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/27   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  263   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN .  S..  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  CERTAIN  SEXUAL  CONDUCT  IN  PREMISES  LICENSED 
TO  SELL  ALCOHOL 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/28  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  45   4 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 
3/23   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  264   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  LANDOWNER  CONSENT  OR  COURT  ORDER  FOR  WATER 
PERMIT/CHANGE  APPROVAL 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/27   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/13   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  265   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  THE  BOARD  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  TO  REALLOCATE 
ANY  WATER  RESERVATION 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  20  22 

2/18  MOTION  FAILED  TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE  22  24 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  24 

2/21  3RD  READING  FAILED  24  26 

SB  266   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER.  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  SALE  OF  TOBACCO  PRODUCTS  TO  PERSONS 
UNDER  18 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/28   REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  21  29 

2/07  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      29  19 

2/08  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  30  17 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  31  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 
3/01   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  267   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  FARM  LAND  AS  SECURITY  FOR  BUILDING  AND  LOAN; 
ALLOW  CHECKING  ACCOUNTS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/02  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  23  23 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  32  11 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  31  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/03  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  14 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84  14 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  243   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  268   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SAVINGS  BANK  NAME  USE;  LATE  CHARGE  CHANGE; 
PAYMENT  APPROVAL  ELIMINATED 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/02  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  20  22 

2/10  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      29  15 

SB  269   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

REQUIRE  EVALUATION  USED  AS  EVIDENCE  TO  BE  SIGNED 
BY  LICENSED  PROFESSIONAL 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/27   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/01   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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SB  270   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B.,  ET  AL. 

ASBESTOS  CERTIFICATION  AND  PERMIT  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/22  REREFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   1 

3/29  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
4/04   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   6 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  581 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S3,  4,  8,  12) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  01/01/90  (SI,  2.  5-7,  9) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S10.  11) 

SB  271   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  SPECIAL  TAX  LEVY  FOR 
FIREFIGHTERS'  PENSION  FUND 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   7 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/23   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/05   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  98   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  606   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  272   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  SUNSET  PROVISION  OF  THE  1987  MENTAL  HEALTH 
INVOLUNTARY  COMMITMENT  ACT 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/16  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        33   7 

2/17  RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT  39  11 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  42   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   6 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  541   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/14/89 

SB  273   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT  TO  ALLOW  THE  GOVERNOR  TO 
REMOVE  A  MEMBER  OF  THE  BOARD  OF  REGENTS  OF 
HIGHER  EDUCATION 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/27   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/02   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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SB  274   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  TO  LEVY  1  MILL  FOR  ELDERLY 
ACTIVITIES 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  275   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER 

ALLOW  DEFICIENCY  JUDGMENTS  IN  SOME  TRUST 
INDENTURE  FORECLOSURE  ACTIONS 

1/28   INTRODUCED 

1/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/30   REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/14   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  276   INTRODUCED  BY  BLAYLOCK 

ESTABLISH  BOARD  OF  PERSONNEL  APPEALS  AS  REVIEW 
BOARD  FOR  WAGE  CLAIMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/09   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   1 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED  23  23 

4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED  50  0 

4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED  49  0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  554   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  277   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN,  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  LICENSING  OF  ELECTROLOGI STS  TO  BOARD  OF 
MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 


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1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 

1/31  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  REREFERRED  TO  RULES 

2/13  HEARING 

3/14  TAKEN  FROM  COMMITTEE 

3/15  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  16  22 

3/15  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      24  13 

SB  278   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  GUARANTY  FUND  FOR  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION 
SELF-INSURERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  244 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  7/01/89  (S1-13,  15) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  3/22/89  (S14,  16) 

SB  279   INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  MANDATORY  INSURANCE  COVERAGE — WELL 
CHILD  CARE 

1/28   INTRODUCED 

1/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/08   HEARING 

2/17   MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AS  AMENDED 
2/17   MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT 

PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
2/17   MINORITY  REPORT  ADOPTED  26  24 

2/20   2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  22  27 

2/20   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      28  21 

SB  280   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN.  ET  AL. 

INCLUDE  LOSS  OF  INCOME  INSURANCE  IN  CONNECTION  WITH 
CONSUMER  LOANS 


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1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   3 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  193   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  281   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  ADMITTANCE  OF  HOMELESS  CHILDREN  TO 
PUBLIC  SCHOOLS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  120   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  282   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  CREDIT  FOR  EMPLOYER  PAYMENT  OF  EMPLOYEE 
DEPENDENT  CARE  ASSISTANCE 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED                        37   9 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED                       40   7 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/14  HEARING 

4/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

4/18  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

4/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/19  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        63  33 

4/19  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  62  33 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

4/20   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 

4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 

4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  706   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  283   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN.  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  CAPITAL  COMPANY  TAX  CREDITS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/16  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/15  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/03  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  19 

4/04  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  76  19 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   1 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  82   3 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  87   7 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/0  1   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  707   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

SB  284   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  NONDEALERS  MAY  NOT  ACT  AS  DEALERS  IN 
SELLING  MOTOR  VEHICLES 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        87   3 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  77  14 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    44   0 
3/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/27   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
3/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
3/27   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   2 

HOUSE 
3/28   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/28   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  93   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  97   1 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  523   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  285   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

ALLOW  PUBLIC  CORPORATION  TO  FUND  WORKERS' 

COMPENSATION  SELF-INSURANCE  BY  SALE  OF  BONDS 

1/30   INTRODUCED 

1/30   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

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1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/17   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/18   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  94   1 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  94   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  665   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/12/89 

SB  286   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  VALID  ELECTION  ON  BALLOT  ISSUES 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/06  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   1 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  86   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

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4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/n   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  587   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  287   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH,  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  A  STATEWIDE  2-MILL  LEVY  FOR  COMMUNITY 
COLLEGES  AND  VO-TECH  CENTERS 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  37  12 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  38  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  58  39 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50  49 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        42   7 

4/13  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/17  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/18  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/21  VETOED 

SB  288   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

REVISE  DEFINITION  OF  PRACTICE  OF  PROFESSIONAL 

NURSING  AND  THE  DUTIES  OF  BOARD  OF  NURSING 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/13  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        43   5 

SB  289   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

EXTEND  LEASE  TERM  OF  COUNTY  NURSING  HOMES  FOR 
MANDATED  CAPITAL  IMPROVEMENTS 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 


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TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/n   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   2 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  245   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

SB  290   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  REGULATION  OF  MUNICIPAL  UTILITY  RATES 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  291   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

REPEAL  PUBLIC  CAMPAIGN  FUND  ACT 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/07  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  23  24 

2/07  MOTION  TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE  FAILED  24  24 

2/07  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  292   INTRODUCED  BY  HAMMOND,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  STUDENT  IN  INTERSTATE  COMPACT  PROFESSIONAL 
PROGRAM  TO  REPAY  STATE 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/16  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        33   7 

SB  293   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  MALICIOUS  INTIMIDATION  OR  HARASSMENT  OF 

PERSONS  BECAUSE  OF  RACE.  CREED.  RELIGION.  COLOR, 
NATIONAL  ORIGIN.  OR  CIVIL  RIGHTS  ACTIVITIES 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

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2/09   3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  95   1 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

-4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  570   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  294   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  TAKING  OF  AQUATIC  FISH  FOOD  ORGANISMS 
FOR  COMMERCIAL  SALE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE, 
&  PARKS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   4 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  246   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

SB  295   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

LIMIT  LIABILITY  IN  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  SPILL  CLEANUPS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  REREFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

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3/M   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  296   INTRODUCED  BV  HAGER 

REQUIRE  JOINT  LICENSING,  REVIEW.  AND  INSPECTION  OF 
MENTAL  HEALTH  CENTERS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/06  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    48   0 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   0 

4/15   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  45   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  99   0 

4/14   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   2 

4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  619   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  297   INTRODUCED  BY  HAMMOND,  ET  AL. 

RESTRICT  PUBLICATION  OF  AUDIT  REPORTS  TO  A  SUMMARY 
OF  SIGNIFICANT  FINDINGS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   7 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   6 

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RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  607   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  298   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL.  ET  AL. 

LONG-TERM  HEALTH  CARE  INSURANCE  ACT 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/03   HEaWING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   6 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  355 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/28/89  (S1-7,  9-18) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/28/90  (S8,  19) 

SB  299   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK,  ET  AL. 

HEARING  AID  CONSUMER  PROTECTION  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  HEARING  AID  DISPENSERS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        28  10 

SB  300   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  TERMS  OF  OFFICE  OF  MEMBERS  OF  MONTANA  WHEAT 
AND  BARLEY  COMMITTEE 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  AGRICULTURE  COMMITTEE 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  215   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

SB  301    INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN.  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  TELEVISION  DISTRICT  TAX  EXEMPTION--COMMUNI TV 
ANTENNA  SYSTEM  USE  OF  SIGNAL 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  302   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FINANCIAL  SUPPORT  FOR  THE  MONTANA 
UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/15   HEARING 

4/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

4/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

-1  27- 


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4/20 


SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  588 


EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


SB  303   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

LICENSE,  EXAMINE  ESCROW  AGENTS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  37 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  41 


13 
9 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/08   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        77  12 
3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   4 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


49 
48 


4/18   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/19   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  47   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  91   4 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  91   7 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  651   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  304   INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN 

WAIVE  UNIVERSITY  TUITION  FOR  VETERANS,  NATIVE 
AMERICANS,  AND  OTHERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  REGENTS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 


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2/15   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/17   3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  68  21 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  80  15 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  170   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

SB  305   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON 

ALLOW  FOR  VOLUNTARY  TERMINATION  OF  STATE  LAND  LEASE 
UPON  ENROLLMENT  IN  CROP  REDUCTION  PROGRAM 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        87   1 
3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  555   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/15/89 

SB  306   INTRODUCED  BY  JENKINS 

REQUIRE  ALL  CLASS  A-4  DEER  LICENSES  TO  BE  SOLD 
IN  TOWN  NEAREST  HUNTING  DISTRICT 

2/01   INTRODUCED 

2/01   REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

2/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  307   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  OBSCENITY  DISSEMINATION/EXHIBITION  TO 
PERSON  OF  ANY  AGE 

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2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 
3/23   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
3/28   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    49  49 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  308   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG.  ET  AL. 

ALLOCATE  COAL  TAX  FOR  CRIMINAL  INVESTIGATION 
AND  PROSECUTION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  38  11 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  40  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 
3/17   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  309   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN ,  S.,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  WORKDAYS  OF  MORE  THAN  8  HOURS  PER  DAY  IN 
SMELTERS  AND  CEMENT  PLANTS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  31  18 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  31  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/16   HEARING 
3/20   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  310   INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CERTAIN  PROVISIONS  OF  THE  ELECTRONIC  FUNDS 
TRANSFER  ACT 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/17   3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  255   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  311   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  SELF-SUFFICIENCY  TRUST  FUND 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/13   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  542   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  312   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  ACCESS  TO  COURTS — CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  30  19 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 
3/07   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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SB  313   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

ALLOW  DEFICIENCY  JUDGMENTS  IN  SOME  TRUS" 
INDENTURE  FORECLOSURE  ACTIONS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  43   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/08   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  NOT  CONCURRED  66  30 

3/28   MOTION  FAILED  TO  RECONSIDER 

PREVIOUS  ACTION  34  60 

SB  314   INTRODUCED  BY  REGAN,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  DISCRIMINATION  BY  PRIVATE  CLUBS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/03  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  31  12 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  34  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        50  28 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  56  40 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    23  16 
3/27   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   2 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  37  11 

HOUSE 
3/16   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/23   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  71  24 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  64  34 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  543   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/14/89 


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SB  315   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  LAW  RELATING  TO  WORKERS' 

COMPENSATION;  ALLOW  EMPLOYER  THE  OPTION  OF 
INCLUDING  A  MEDICAL  DEDUCTIBLE  TERM  IN  ANY 
WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  POLICY 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   i 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/06   RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   2 

4/17   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  97   0 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  64  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  316   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  LAW  ENFORCEMENT  ROTATION  SYSTEM  FOR 
COMMERCIAL  TOW  TRUCKS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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2/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  317   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  ANNEXATION  OF  WHOLLY  SURROUNDED  LAND  OF 
LESS  THAN  2  ACRES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        42  45 

SB  318   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  JOINT  TOURISM  PROMOTION  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  319   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN ,  S.,  ET  AL. 
LICENSE,  REGULATE  AUCTIONEERS 

2/02   INTRODUCED 

2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/03   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/09   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/10   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  320   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  SLAUGHTER  AND  INSPECTION  OF 
LIVESTOCK  AND  POULTRY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LIVESTOCK 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   1 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85   4 


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RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  200   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

SB  321   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK.  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  ACT,  INCLUDING 
UNDERGROUND  TANKS  AND  RELATED  FEES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED            39   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED                        44   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   6 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  384   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/30/89 

SB  322   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  THE  MEDIA  CONFIDENTIALITY  ACT 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        88   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  544   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  323   INTRODUCED  BY  VAUGHN 

PROVIDE  PENALTY  FOR  LATE  LICENSE  RENEWAL  OF  HOTEL. 
FOOD  ESTABLISHMENT,  CAMPING.  ETC. 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  36   7 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  41   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  73  14 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  ^-74  15 

3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT  -^^ 

3/16   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  247   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  324   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  COURT  TO  CONDITIONALLY  DISCHARGE  PROBATIONER 
FROM  SUPERVISION  BEFORE  HIS  SENTENCE  EXPIRES; 
PERMIT  BOARD  OF  PARDONS  TO  CONDITIONALLY 
DISCHARGE  PAROLEE  FROM  SUPERVISION  BEFORE 
HIS  SENTENCE  EXPIRES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   2 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  195   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


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SB  325   INTRODUCED  BV  VELLOWTAIL,  ET  AL. 

COMPENSATE  ARTS  COUNCIL  FOR  SERVICES  AND  TRAVEL 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  57  31 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  58  40 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  385   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  326   INTRODUCED  BY  VELLOWTAIL 

ALLOW  REFUND  OF  GAS  TAX  ON  BULK  KEYLOCK  OR 
CARDTROL  PURCHASES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED                        29  12 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED                       35  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  69  14 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  356   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/28/89 

SB  327   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  CERTAIN  AGENCY  ACTIONS  FROM  REQUIREMENTS  OF 
MONTANA  ENVIRONMENTAL  POLICY  ACT 

2/02   INTRODUCED 

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2/02  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED 


26  24 
29  21 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/15   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 


SB  328 


INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

PROVIDE  FOR  LICENSING  OF  EMBALMERS 


2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 


SB  329 


INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 
REVISE  EMINENT  DOMAIN 


2/02   INTRODUCED 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/03   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/08   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/09   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 


SB  330 


INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

SUSPEND  INSURER  CERTIFICATE  FOR  UNLICENSED  AGENTS 


2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED 


47 
48 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86   5 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 


35 


HOUSE 
3/16   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/22   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 


3/20 


SENATE 

FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 


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3/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

HOUSE 
3/22   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/10   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   2 

4/11   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  97   0 

4/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  620   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  331   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  UNIFORM  PROBATE  CODE  AND 
RELATED  LAW 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  42   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  80   3 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  582   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  332   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  LOCAL  BONDING  DEFI NI TION--ESTABLI SH  TERM  OF 
BOND  ISSUE 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/21  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/07  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   0 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  99   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  256   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

SB  333   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  TRUSTS 
AND  TRUSTEES 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  47   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        85   1 
3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    48   0 
4/04   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/07   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  96   1 

4/11   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  98   0 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/25   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  685   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  334   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  LEASEHOLDER'S  RIGHT  OF  FIRST  REFUSAL 
IN  SALE  OF  RAILROAD  RIGHT-OF-WAY 

2/03   INTRODUCED 

2/03   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

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2/1 1   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  335   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

BUILDING  AND  LOAN  ASSOCIATION  ACQUISITION  ACT 

2/03   INTRODUCED 

2/03   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  336   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER 

CLARIFY  ACTIONS  THAT  MAY  BE  TAKEN  FOR  VIOLATING 
CODE  OF  FAIR  CAMPAIGN  PRACTICES 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/13  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        43   6 

SB  337   INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOCATE  REALTY  TRANSFER  TAX  FOR  WEED  CONTROL  AND 
ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  338   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

CREATE  COUNTY  VICTIM  RESTITUTION  FUND — HANDLING 
FEE  FOR  RESTITUTION  PAYMENT 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        78   3 
3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  545   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  339   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  PORTIONS  OF  THE  MONTANA 
INDIVIDUAL  INCOME  TAX  LAWS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READING  PASSED                       47   0 

3/07  3RD  READING  PASSED                        50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/08  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/28   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  340   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B..  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  HOSPITALS  FROM  THE  CERTIFICATE  OF  NEED  LAWS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  18 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  79  18 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   0 
3/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   0 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  377   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   6/30/89 

SB  341   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  REVENUE  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE  TO  CONDUCT 
REVENUE  ESTIMATES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  TAXATION  COMMITTEE 

2/04   INTRODUCED 

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2/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  ?ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/14   HEARING 

4/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        73  25 
4/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  75  23 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  608   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  342   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFMAN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  DISPLAY  AND  DISSEMINATION  OF  MATERIAL 
HARMFUL  TO  MINORS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 

3/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        98   0 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/06   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  571   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  343   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG.  ET  AL. 

ARBITRATION  FOR  MUNICIPAL  POLICE  OFFICERS  ACT 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/13  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        39  10 

2/14  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  27  19 

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2/17   2ND  READING  PASSED  26  23 

2/20   3RD  READING  FAILED  19  31 

SB  344   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP,  ET  AL. 

GOVERNOR'S  APPOINTEES  TO  JUDICIAL  NOMINATION 
COMMISSION  TO  SERVE  AT  HIS  PLEASURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        44   3 

SB  345   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  STAGGERED  REGISTRATION  OF  MOTOR  HOMES 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  346   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT 

REVISE  LAW  REGARDING  PURCHASING  CERTAIN  SERVICE  IN 
TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  SYSTEM 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   5 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   2 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
3/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   0 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  357   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  347   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  CRIMINAL  PROCEDURE 

2/04   INTRODUCED 

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2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 
3/20   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  348   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

EXCLUDE  FAMILY  MEMBERS  FROM  THE  RESTAURANT  AND  BAR 
WAGE  PROTECTION  ACT 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  27  15 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87   8 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  546 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/14/89  ( S4 .  5) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S1-3) 

SB  349   INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  THE  SMALL  TRACT  FINANCING  ACT  TO  ALLOW  A 
DEFICIENCY  JUDGMENT  UPON  JUDICIAL 
FORECLOSURE  ON  A  TRUST  INDENTURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/06   INTRODUCED 

2/06   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/14   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  350   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER .  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  LAWS  PERTAINING  TO  HEALTH  SERVICE 
CORPORATIONS  RELATED  TO  TAXES  AND  INVESTMENT 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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2/14   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/06   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  351   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS.  B..  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  MONTANA  CAPITAL  COMPANY  ACT 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/10  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/22   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/08   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   3 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  708   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  352   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES  TO  ADMINISTER 
ADOPTION  PROGRAM 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUEST  CANCELLED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 
3/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  353   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN,  ET  AL. 

TACTICAL  INCIDENT  ASSISTANCE  ACT 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

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2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  77  20 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  19 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  455   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  354   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION  TO  CONTRACT 
FOR  PRINTING  OF  PUBLIC  DOCUMENTS 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  355   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

REVISE  COMMERCIAL  MOTOR  VEHICLE  OPERATOR'S 
ENDORSEMENTS  TO  COMPLY  WITH  FEDERAL 
REGULATIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 

2/ 1 1  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BI''   PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  30   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

3/09  HEARING 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   1 

3/20  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  378   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  356   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

EXPAND  "VETERAN"  DEFINITION  TO  INCLUDE  "FORCE"  AND 
MERCHANT  MARINES 


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2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/01  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/03  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  609   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  357   INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING,  ET  AL. 

CONTROL  AND  PREVENT  SPREAD  OF  CONTAGIOUS  POTATO 
DISEASES  BY  PROHIBITING  IMPORTATION  OR 
PLANTING  OF  NONCERTIFIED  SEED  POTATOES 


81 

1 

95 

1 

49 

0 

49 

0 

2/06 

INTRODUCED 

2/06 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/07 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13 

HEARING 

2/14 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18 

2ND  READING  PASSED                       34   9 

2/21 

3RD  READING  PASSED                       45   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/22 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/08 

HEARING 

3/09 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/1  1 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED                    91   0 

3/14 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED                   96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        46   2 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  610   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

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SB  358   INTRODUCED  BV  WILLIAMS,  B..  ET  AL. 

GRANT  AN  UNSUCCESSFUL  BIDDER  ON  PUBLIC  CONTRACT  THE 
RIGHT  TO  CHALLENGE  AWARD  IN  DISTRICT  COURT 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        43   5 

2/14  RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT  30  14 

2/15  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED        12  38 

2/15  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      41   9 

SB  359   INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE,  ET  AL. 

APPLY  LIFE  INSURANCE  PREMIUM  TAX  TO  FUND 
PERFORMANCE  OF  AUTOPSIES 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  360   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  STATUS  OF  TEACHERS  AT  YOUTH  CORRECTIONAL 
FACILITIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       18  32 

2/20  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      36  13 

SB  361   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

PROVIDE  TAX  INCENTIVE  FOR  NEW  BUSINESS 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  362   INTRODUCED  BY  ABRAMS.  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  ACCOUNTING  FUNCTIONS  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF 
ADMINISTRATION  TO  STATE  AUDITOR 

2/07   INTRODUCED 

2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/08   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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2/14   HEARING 

2/14   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/15   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  363   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

REMOVE  DOLLAR  LIMIT  ON  ARBITRATION  OF  PROPERTY 
CONTRACTS 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   3 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    50   0 
4/04   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/07   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/10   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  90   7 

4/11   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  94   2 

4/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  611   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  364   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER 

REQUIRE  INSURERS  TO  GIVE  NOTICE  OF  CANCELLATION  OR 
REFUSAL  TO  RENEW  DISABILITY  INSURANCE  POLICY 
FOR  REASONS  OTHER  THAN  PREMIUM  NONPAYMENT 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

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3/06  HEARING 

3/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/07  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

3/08  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


94 
96 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  191   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


10/01/89 


SB  365   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  THE  FILING  OF  SECURITY  INTERESTS  IN  BOATS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  ATTORNEY  GENERAL 


2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  49 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  165   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  366   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  FILINli  OF  SECURITY  INTERESTS  IN 
SNOWMOBILES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  ATTORNEY  GENERAL 


2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  50 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  47 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   7 


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3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   7 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  164   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  367   INTRODUCED  BY  NOBLE,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  PROCEDURE  FOR  DESTRUCTION.  SALE,  OR  USE  BY 
LAW  ENFORCEMENT  OFFICIALS  OF  UNCLAIMED 
EVIDENCE  IN  CRIMINAL  CASES 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  38   2 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  348   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  368   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  THE  EXEMPTION  OF  CERTAIN  STRIPPER  WELLS  FROM 
SEVERANCE  TAXES 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/28   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  87  11 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  589   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

SB  369   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

REPEAL  LAWS  AUTHORIZING  CALCUTTA  POOLS 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/08  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  27  20 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  26  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/08   HEARING 
3/09   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  370   INTRODUCED  BY  WEEDING 

ALLOW  RESTORATION  OF  COUNTY  COST-OF-LIVING  INCREASES 
AND  LONGEVITY  INCREASES  DUE  TO  WAGE  FREEZES 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  27  22 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  69  21 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  77  22 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  257   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   6/30/89 

SB  371   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  MONTANA  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  8. 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/08  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  85   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  386   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/30/89 

SB  372   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  MEDIATION  LAWS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/14  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  46   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/16   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  427   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  373   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  REGULATION  OF  BLOOD  AND  URINE  TESTING 
OF  EMPLOYEES  AND  PROSPECTIVE  EMPLOYEES 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  374   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK,  ET  AL. 

PROMOTE  IMPROVEMENTS  TO  REAL  PROPERTY  AND  TRAILERS 
OR  MOBILE  HOMES  BY  PHASING  IN  PROPERTY  TAXES 
IMPOSED  ON  THE  IMPROVEMENTS 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  375   INTRODUCED  BY  NATHE 

LIMIT  PREVAILING  WAGE  LAW  TO  CONSTRUCTION  CONTRACTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASS/AMENDED  FAILED  22  28 

2/20  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      33  17 

SB  376   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP,  ET  AL. 

LICENSE  AND  REGULATE  PROPERTY  MANAGERS,  LEASING 
AGENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

2/08   INTRODUCED 

2/08   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/09   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/15   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/16   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  377   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  DRUG  FORFEITURE  LAW 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   1 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/05   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/21   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/21   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

-155- 


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REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED 


50 


HOUSE 
4/20   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/21   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED 
4/21   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED 


87 


90 


4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  652   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  378   INTRODUCED  BY  JACOBSON,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  CORPORAL  PUNISHMENT  OF  PUPILS;  CLARIFYING 
USE  OF  PHYSICAL  RESTRAINT 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/16  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        32  11 

2/16  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  24  23 

2/17  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       22  28 

2/17  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      32  18 

SB  379   INTRODUCED  BY  ABRAMS,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  THE  CLASSIFICATION  OF  1-TON  TRUCKS  FOR  MOTOR 
VEHICLE  TAXATION 


2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/03  2ND  READING  PASSED 

3/06  3RD  READING  PASSED 


TAXATION 
REQUESTED 


RECEIVED 
PRINTED 


30  1  1 
47   2 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

3/07   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/28   HEARING 

4/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   7 

4/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

4/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 


4/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  612   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


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SB  380   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

EXCLUDE  SOCIAL  SECURITY  BENEFITS  AND  TIER  1  RAILROAD 
RETIREMENT  BENEFITS  FROM  STATE  INCOME  TAX 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  381   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  ATTORNEYS'  LICENSE  TAX  TO  PAY  SUPREME 
COURT/DISTRICT  COURT  JUDGES'  SALARIES 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED            49   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       43   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79  15 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  19 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  379   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

SB  382   INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

PROVIDE  IMMUNITY  FROM  LIABILITY  FOR  MEDICAL 
ETHICS  COMMITTEES 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  59  25 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  80  15 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  380   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  383   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  STATE  BIRD  SYMBOL  TO  MAGPIE 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  FAILED  17  31 

SB  384   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

LIMIT  AND  REGULATE  FEE  OF  ATTORNEY  FOR  WORKERS' 
COMPENSATION  CLAIMANT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/14  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        28  20 

SB  385   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  REMEDIAL  ACTION  AND  ENFORCEMENT 
FOR  HAZARD  WASTE  RELEASES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  8. 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        87   0 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   3 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 

FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 

2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/15   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/17   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  98   1 

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2/10 

2/10 

2/14 

2/  16 

2/18 

2/21 

2/22 

3/08 

3/1  1 

3/16 

3/20 

4/  1  1 

4/12 

4/  14 

4/  15 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  98   1 

4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  709   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

SB  386   INTRODUCED  BY  GALT,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  LEGISLATURE  OR  GOVERNOR  TO  REVISE  THE  STATE 
WATER  PLAN 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  46   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81   8 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83  14 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  381   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  387   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER 

GENERALLY  REVISE  LAW  RELATING  TO  STORED  AGRICULTURAL 
GOODS;  ALLOW  FOR  WRITTEN  AGREEMENT  MODIFYING 
OR  SUPPLEMENTING  A  WAREHOUSE  RECEIPT 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  297   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

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SB  388   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  MONTANA  CONSERVATION  CORPS  IN  PARKS  DIVISION 
OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE.  AND  PARKS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/1 1  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED           50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        98   0 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   4 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  556   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  389   INTRODUCED  BY  JERGESON,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  A  PERSON  ENGAGED  IN  AGRICULTURE  TO  OBTAIN  A 
TAX  PREPAID  FUEL  PERMIT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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4/M   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  547   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  390   INTRODUCED  BY  GALT,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  INTERIM  PERMIT  TO  APPROPRIATE  WATER  FROM  COAL 
MINES  NEAR  ROUNDUP 

2/  1  1  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   Q 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/10   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  61  36 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  58  39 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  524   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  391   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

PROVIDE  STAGGERED  TERMS  FOR  BOARD  OF  PARDONS  MEMBERS 

2/ 1 1  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  154   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

SB  392   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  CERTAIN  FILM-PRODUCTION  PROPERTY  FROM 
TAXATION 

2/11   INTRODUCED 

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2/11  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  45   3 

3/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  38   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/30   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   2 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  88   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  525   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/13/89 

SB  393   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  GOVERNMENTAL  IMMUNITY  FOR  LEGISLATIVE  ACTS 

2/1 1  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  394   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  GOVERNMENTAL  IMMUNITY  FOR  QUASI -JUDI CI AL  ACTS 

2/1 1   INTRODUCED 

2/11   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/14   REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  395   INTRODUCED  BY  BOYLAN,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  STUDENT  GOVERNMENTS  AT  UNIVERSITY  OF  MONTANA 
AND  MONTANA  STATE  UNIVERSITY  FROM  STATE 
PROCUREMENT  LAWS 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  46   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

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3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  548   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  396   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  GOVERNOR  TO  ESTABLISH  A  COMMISSION  TO  REVIEW 
EXISTING  ADMINISTRATIVE  RULES  AND  MAKE 
RECOMMENDATIONS  TO  THE  GOVERNOR,  WHO  MAY 
THEN  ORDER  CHANGES  IN  THE  RULES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  20 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  26  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/22   HEARING 
3/23   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  397   INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER,  ET  AL. 

REVIEW  AND  CHANGE  OF  PROPOSED  RULES  BY  GOVERNOR; 
ENSURE  DEPARTMENT  REVIEW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/n  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  23 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  26  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/22   HEARING 
3/23   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  398   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

AUTHORIZE  A  FUNERAL  DIRECTOR  OR  MORTICIAN  TO  OBTAIN 
A  DEATH  CERTIFICATE 


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2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  90   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  456   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  399   INTRODUCED  BY  PINSONEAULT 

CHANGE  RULE  RELATING  TO  PROPERTY  COSTS  FOR 
INTERMEDIATE  CARE  FACILITIES  FOR 
THE  MENTALLY  RETARDED 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/1  1  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 

2/14  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/08   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  RLPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  97   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  457   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/05/89 

SB  400   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  PRIVATIZATION  OF  GOVERNMENT  CONSTRUCTION 
AND  MAINTENANCE 

2/11   INTRODUCED 

2/11   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  401   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK 

ALLOW  BOARD  OF  REGENTS  ACCESS  TO  RECORDS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/11   INTRODUCED 

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2/n  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  358   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  402   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  HIGHWAY  COMMISSION  TO  PRIORITIZE  SPENDING 
FOR  RAILROAD  CROSSINGS 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  36   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   1 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/23   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  359   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  403   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION  TO 
CONTRACT  WITH  A  PRIVATE  CORPORATION  TO 
SUPERVISE  INTERSCHOLASTIC  ACTIVITIES 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/n  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         29  21 

2/18  RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT  29  21 

2/21  MOTION  CARRIED  TO  LAY  ON  TABLE  48   0 

SB  404   INTRODUCED  BY  MANNING 

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PROVIDE  FOR  SATISFACTION  OF  JUDGMENT  LIEN  UPON 

TERMINATION  OF  DEFAULTED  CONTRACT  FOR  DEED 
OR  UPON  SALE  OF  JUDGMENT  DEBTOR'S  PROPERTY 

2/11   INTRODUCED 

2/11   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  405   INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  EMPLOYER  AND 
EMPLOYEE  TAXES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/M  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  28  22 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 
3/22   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  406   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  TELEVISING  OF  SIMULCAST  RACES  AT  HORSE  RACING 
TRACKS;  ALLOW  BETTING 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  40  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        73  22 
3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  67  29 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  557   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/15/89 


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SB  407   INTRODUCED  BV  JACOBSON ,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  EMERGENCY 
MEDICAL  CARE  SERVICES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  58  35 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  71  25 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  387 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  01/01/90  (SI.  2,  4-20) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/30/89  (S3,  21) 

SB  408   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG,  ET  AL. 
GENERAL  TAX  REFORM 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/08  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  409   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

REVISE  LICENSURE  OF  ACCOUNTANTS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  36  14 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  34  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   9 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  382   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  410   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  TAXATION  OF  METAL  MINES 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   1 

3/14  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  44   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

3/16  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/16  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/22  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/30  HEARING 

4/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        99   0 

4/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  100   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        47   0 
4/18   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  672   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/16/89 

SB  411   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

INCREASE  PENALTY  FOR  SPEEDING  FROM  $5  TO  $10; 
REALLOCATE  FINE  DISTRIBUTION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  18  29 

3/04  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      27  20 

SB  412   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG 

TRANSFER  AGENTS  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE  FROM  PERS 
TO  HIGHWAY  PATROL  RETIREMENT  SYSTEM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  ATTORNEY  GENERAL 

2/13   INTRODUCED 

2/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/14   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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2/16   HEARING 

2/17   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/18   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  413   INTRODUCED  BY  VAN  VALKENBURG 

PROVIDE  FOR  COUNTY  REGULATION  OF  PAWNSHOPS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  72  23 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  74  20 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 
4/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  526   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  414   INTRODUCED  BY  BISHOP 

PROHIBIT  FOREIGN  OWNERSHIP  OF  AGRICULTURAL  LAND  IN 
MONTANA 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        40   8 

2/18  RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT  28  22 

2/20  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  15  35 

2/20  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      34  16 

SB  415   INTRODUCED  BY  KEATING.  ET  AL. 

EXCLUDE  TIPS  FROM  WAGES  SUBJECT  TO  PAYMENT  OF 
WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  AND  UNEMPLOYMENT 
INSURANCE  BENEFITS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  25  24 

2/21  3RD  READING  FAILED  25  25 

SB  416   INTRODUCED  BY  ANDERSON.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  CONCLUSIVE  PRESUMPTION  TO  REBUTTABLE  FOR 

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WATER  RIGHTS  ADJUDICATION 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  417   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

MAKE  IT  AN  OFFENSE  TO  INJURE  A  POLICE  DOG 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  75  14 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83  14 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  258   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  418   INTRODUCED  BY  NOBLE.  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  MEDICAL  EXPENSE  PAYMENTS 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/14   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/16   HEARING 

2/16   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/20   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  419   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

GOVERNOR'S  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  FUNDING  PROPOSAL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/14   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/16   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
3/03   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
3/04   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  420   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

DELETE  LAW  ALLOWING  WORKER  TO  RECEIVE  UNEMPLOYMENT 
INSURANCE  IF  EMPLOYER  VIOLATES  FEDERAL 
LABOR  LAW 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/14   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

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2/16  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  43   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 
3/14   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  421   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD 

PROVIDE  RECIPROCAL  AGREEMENTS  WITH  CANADIAN 

PROVINCES  REGARDING  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  388   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/30/89 

SB  422   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL,  ET  AL. 

THE  PRIVATE  ENTERPRISE  REVIEW  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  423   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  CORPORATIONS  WITH  TAX  LIABILITIES  OVER 
$5,000  TO  PAY  TAXES  QUARTERLY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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3/07   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  424   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  QUARTERLY  ESTIMATED  INCOME  TAX  PAYMENTS 
FOR  CERTAIN  INDIVIDUALS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/07  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  425   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

ABOLISH  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  COURT;  REPLACE  WITH 
3-MEMBER  ADMINISTRATIVE  BOARD 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  24  26 

2/20  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      27  21 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

SB  426   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN 

ALLOW  PROPRIETOR  TO  DESIGNATE  ENTIRE  PUBLIC  PLACE  AS 
A  NONSMOKING  AREA 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  41   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/22   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 
3/15   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81  17 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  19 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  458   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/05/89 

SB  427   INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  THE  SUNRISE  LAWS 

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BV  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
COMMITTEE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   1 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    49   0 
4/05   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  REJECTED  48   0 

HOUSE 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  REJECTED  94   2 

SENATE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  46   0 

HOUSE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  2 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  83   2 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  2  ADOPTED  93   1 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  710   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  428   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  STATE  MUTUAL  INSURANCE 
FUND 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/15   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

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2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  41   7 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  HEARING 

3/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

WITH  PROPOSED  AMENDMENTS 

3/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        67  29 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  85  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   1 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        46   1 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  613 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/21/89  (S3,  7,  39.  60-65) 
SECTIONS  1,  2,  4-6,  8-38,  40-59  OF 

CH.  613  (SB  428)  ARE  EFFECTIVE  UPON 
SIGNING  OF  THE  EXECUTIVE  ORDER  UNDER 
SECTION  63  OR  ON  JANUARY  1,  1990, 
WHICHEVER  OCCURS  FIRST. 

SB  429   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  EMPLOYER  MAY  WITHHOLD  WAGES  FROM  EMPLOYEE 
CHARGED  WITH  THEFT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY  COMMITTEE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  38   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/16   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NU^f1BER  583   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  430   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

REDUCE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  BENEFITS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  29  21 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 
3/22   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  431   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE  TO  LICENSE.  REGULATE 
PUBLIC  GAMBLING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  HEARING 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/06  2N0  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  36  14 

3/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  33  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

3/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/23  HEARING 

4/06  HEARING 

4/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/12  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        90   9 

4/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   8 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2N0  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    47   0 
4/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/21   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  40   8 

4/21   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  43   7 

HOUSE 
4/18   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

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4/21   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/21   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  78  19 

4/21   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  85  13 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  642 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/05/89  (S7(2),  63-67, 

69,  72,  73,  75) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S70) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  FOR  REMAINING 
SECTIONS 

SB  432   INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON 

MAKE  TECHNICAL  CHANGES  TO  IRRIGATION  DISTRICT  LAWS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/06   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  88  10 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  87  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  584   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  433   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS,  B. 

AUTHORIZE  STATE  DISTRICT  COURTS  TO  EXERCISE  PERSONAL 
JURISDICTION  OVER  NONRESIDENT  PARENT  IN  A 
CHILD  SUPPORT  ACTION  WHEN  NONRESIDENT  PARENT 
HAS  SIGNIFICANT  TIES  TO  STATE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/22   HEARING 
3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

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3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  459   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  434   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  CEMETERY  BURIAL  SITES  AND  HUMAN  REMAINS 
PROTECTION  ACT  OF  1989 
BY  REQUEST  OF  INDIAN  AFFAIRS  COMMITTEE 

2/15   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  435   INTRODUCED  BY  TVEIT 

CREATE  OIL  AND  GAS  OWNERS  LIEN 

2/15   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/20   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  436   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

PROVIDE  SPECIAL  EDUCATION  FUNDING  BASED  ON  AVERAGE 
STATEWIDE  SALARIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/15   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/16   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/20   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/20   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  437   INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN,  ET  AL. 
AIDS  PREVENTION  ACT 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  50   0 

2/22  3R0  READING  PASSED  47   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        87   4 
3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED         50   0 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

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4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  614   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  438   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

ALLOW  CORPORATION  OR  PARTNERSHIP  TO  ACT  AS  REAL 
ESTATE  LICENSEE 


2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED 


50   0 
50   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  86 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  98 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  259   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  439   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

REVISE  CENTENNIAL  COMMISSION  RULEMAKING  AUTHORITY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
COMMITTEE 


2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED 


49 

49 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


92 
96 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  383   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


3/29/89 


SB  440 


INTRODUCED  BY  HARP,  ET  AL. 

APPLY  CIGARETTE  TAX  TO  ALL  USE  AND  CONSUMPTION  ON 


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AN  INDIAN  RESERVATION  EXCEPT  BY  TRIBAL 
MEMBERS  ON  AN  INDIAN  RESERVATION 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  441   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT  IMPOSING  CERTAIN 
EXPENDITURE  LIMITATIONS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  23 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  30  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 
3/17   HEARING 
3/18   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
3/28   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    51  48 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  442   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH 

AUTHORIZE  EMERGENCY  DETAINMENT  OF  A  PERSON  SUSPECTED 
OF  HAVING  COMMUNICABLE  TUBERCULOSIS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/22   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  78  20 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  78  20 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  460   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/05/89 

SB  443   INTRODUCED  BY  STIMATZ 

AUTHORIZE  MULTISTATE  LOTTERY  GAMES 

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2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  34  13 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  36  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  65  21 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  67  32 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  248   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  444   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  PAYROLL  TAX 

IS  USED  ONLY  TO  REDUCE  UNFUNDED  LIABILITY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  428   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

SB  445   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  CIGARETTE  SALES  TAX  AND  TAX  ON  OTHER 

TOBACCO  PRODUCTS:  ALLOCATE  REVENUE  FROM  TAX 
INCREASE  TO  INCREASE  MEDICAID  REIMBURSEMENT 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/07  HEARING 

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3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READ  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED  14  29 

3/16   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      30  15 

SB  446   INTRODUCED  BV  YELLOWTAIL.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH.  WILDLIFE.  &  PARKS  TO 

ISSUE  JOINT  HUNTING  AND  FISHING  LICENSES  WITH 
FLATHEAD  TRIBES;  ALLOW  TRIBE  MEMBERS  TO  HUNT 
AND  FISH  OFF  RESERVATION  ON  OPEN  AND 
UNCLAIMED  LANDS  WITHOUT  STATE  LICENSE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  28  21 

3/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  28  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

3/13  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

3/14  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/31  HEARING 

4/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  60  35 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  54  41 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  590   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  447   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  PROCESS  AND  PRIORITY  DATES  FOR  FUTURE 
WATER  RESERVATIONS 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76  17 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  75  22 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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2/  15 

2/15 

2/  16 

2/16 

2/16 

2/  18 

2/20 

2/20 

2/21 

2/28 

3/13 

3/  14 

3/16 

3/  1  7 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  389   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  448   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP 

PROVIDE  FOR  TAXATION  OF  TAX-DEFERRED  RETIREMENT 
CONTRIBUTIONS  UPON  RETIREMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/15   INTRODUCED 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/16   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/27   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/28   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  449   INTRODUCED  BY  BECK 

PROVIDE  FOR  ISSUANCE  OF  MOTOR  VEHICLE  TITLE  TO 
APPLICANT  WHO  PROVES  OWNERSHIP 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

3/09  HEARING 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  61  37 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  73  24 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 

4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  578   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  450   INTRODUCED  BY  YELLOWTAIL 

CLARIFY  STATUS  AND  USE  OF  SALVAGED  WATER  UNDER 
MONTANA  WATER  LAW 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  46   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

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3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                   88   1 

3/21  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        80  14 

3/29  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                     79  18 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    27  19 
4/06   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

HOUSE 
4/07   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

SB  451   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  TAX-RATE  REDUCTIONS; 
REIMBURSE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENTS  AND  SCHOOLS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/01  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  452   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

GENERALLY  REVISE  LAW  RELATING  TO  JAILS.  THEIR 
OPERATORS.  AND  THEIR  INMATES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/17   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

WITH  PROPOSED  AMENDMENTS 
3/21   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
3/22   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  461   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SB  453   INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

GENERALLY  REVISE  INSURANCE  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  STATE  AUDITOR 

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2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/03  HEARING 

3/08  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        40   7 

3/09  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  29  17 

3/09  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/16  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  454   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  PROCEDURES  FOR  NOTIFICATION  OF  PERSONNEL 
EXPOSED  TO  INFECTIOUS  DISEASE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/16  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  76  15 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  84  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  390 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/30/89(S4,  7) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S1-3,  5,  6) 

SB  455   INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN 

ENACT  40%  INCOME  TAX  SURCHARGE 

2/18  INTRODUCED 

2/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/09  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  456   INTRODUCED  BY  NORMAN 

REFERENDUM  ON  SALES  TAX  OR  40%  SURTAX 

2/18  INTRODUCED 

2/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/02   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  457   INTRODUCED  BY  AKLESTAD.  ET  AL. 

REFUND  BONDS  AT  RATE  IN  EXCESS  OF  RATE  ON 
REFUNDED  BONDS 

2/18  INTRODUCED 

2/18  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/18  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  83   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   54   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/08/89 

SB  458   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK,  ET  AL. 

REALLOCATE  THE  CORPORATION  LICENSE  TAX  RECEIPTS 
FROM  BANKS  AND  SAVINGS  &  LOANS 

2/28  INTRODUCED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/09  HEARING 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  29  20 

3/29  3RD  READING  PASSED  33  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/05   HEARING 

4/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        98   0 
4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  100   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    47   0 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.   1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

HOUSE 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/19   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 

4/20   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT 

NO.  1  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED        55  41 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

SB  459   INTRODUCED  BY  WALKER 

IMPOSE  A  STATE  INCOME  TAX  BASED  ON  A  PERCENTAGE  OF 
THE  FEDERAL  INCOME  TAX 

2/28  INTRODUCED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/10  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  460   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  ROBERT 

CREATE  TELECOMMUNICATIONS  EXCISE  TAX 

2/28  INTRODUCED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  461   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

PRORATE  TAXES  ON  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  BROUGHT  INTO 
STATE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  TAXATION  COMMITTEE 

3/03  INTRODUCED 

3/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/10  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/30   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  615   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

SB  462   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK.  ET  AL. 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

IMPOSE  LIMITED  EXCISE  TAX  TO  SUPPORT  UNIVERSITY 
SYSTEM  AND  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/03  INTRODUCED 

3/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  463   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CERTAIN  PROVISIONS  OF  INCOME  AND 
CORPORATION  LICENSE  TAXATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

3/06  INTRODUCED 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  HEARING 

3/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED           46   3 

3/29  3RD  READING  PASSED                       47   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

3/29  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

4/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

4/05  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

4/06  HEARING 

4/10  HEARING 

4/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

4/12  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        91   6 

SB  464   INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK 

AUTHORIZE  SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  TO  CHANGE  DATE  OF  TRUSTEE 
ELECTION 

3/09  INTRODUCED 

3/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/11  REREFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/17  HEARING 

3/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  465   INTRODUCED  BY  PIPINICH,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  STATE  BOARD  OF  HEALTH  TO  IMPOSE  FEES  FOR  OPEN 
BURNING  PERMITS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

3/09  INTRODUCED 

3/09  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  23  19 

3/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  28  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/31   HEARING 

4/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        52  48 
4/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  51  49 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    31  14 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/15   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   2 

HOUSE 
4/15   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  67  16 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  62  32 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  673   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

SB  466   INTRODUCED  BY  WILLIAMS,  B. 

REPEAL  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  TAX  AND  PROVIDE  A 
REPLACEMENT  TAX  FROM  REAL  PROPERTY 

3/14  INTRODUCED 

3/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/21  HEARING 

3/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  467   INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

IMPOSE  YIELD  TAX  ON  ALL  TIMBER  HARVESTED  IN  MONTANA 

3/15   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/16   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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3/16   INTRODUCED 
3/20   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
3/21   HEARING 
3/22   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  468   INTRODUCED  BY  HARP,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CERTAIN  TAXES  AND  REVENUE  ALLOCATIONS  IN 
RESPONSE  TO  "LOBLE" 

3/20  INTRODUCED 

3/20  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/22  HEARING 

3/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  49   0 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/05   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        53  46 
4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  53  47 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/18   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    43   6 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

HOUSE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

SB  469   INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN.  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  A  SALES  AND  USE  TAX  AND  PROVIDE  FOR  THE 
DISTRIBUTION  OF  REVENUE 

3/27  HEARING 

3/27  INTRODUCED 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  26  24 

3/29  3RD  READING  PASSED  27  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/04   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
4/06   HEARING 
4/06   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
4/10   HEARING 
4/10   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
4/18   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    13  86 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  470   INTRODUCED  BY  HAMMOND.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  THIRD-CLASS  ELEMENTARY  DISTRICT  TO  REDUCE 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRUSTEES  FROM  FIVE  TO  THREE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  EDUCATION  COMMITTEE 


3/28  INTRODUCED 

3/28  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/29  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50 

4/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  50 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/04   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
4/10   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  100   0 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  591   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


SB  47  1 


INTRODUCED  BY  ECK 

REVISE  TAX  EXEMPTION  FOR  PUBLIC  PENSIONS 


4/04  INTRODUCED 

4/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

4/05  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

4/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

4/07  HEARING 

4/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SB  472   INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  MUNICIPALITIES  TO  CREATE  TAX  INCREMENT 
FINANCING  INDUSTRIAL  DISTRICTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY  COMMITTEE 


4/11  INTRODUCED 

4/11  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

4/12  HEARING 

4/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS 

4/14  2ND  READING  PASSED 


AMENDED 
31 


15 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

4/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  34  14 

4/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

4/19  HEARING 

4/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  82   3 

4/20  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  89   5 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


SB  473   INTRODUCED  BY  LYNCH,  ET  AL. 

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ESTABLISH  CONFIDENTIAL  LICENSE  PLATES  AND 
REGISTRATIONS 

4/13  INTRODUCED 

4/13  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

4/17  HEARING 

4/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

4/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

4/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/19   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
4/19   HEARING 

4/19   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84   1 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  653   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/11/89 

SB  474   INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  "MAUREEN  AND  MIKE  MANSFIELD  HERITAGE 

ROUTE"  --  1-15  BETWEEN  BUTTE  AND  GREAT  FALLS 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  81    1 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  90   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  643   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

SJ  1      INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 
JOINT  RULES 

BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  RULES  COMMITTEE 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

1/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

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4/  13 

4/13 

4/  17 

4/  17 

4/18 

4/  18 

4/  19 

4/19 

4/  19 

4/20 

4/20 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

1/21  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   1 

1/24  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  92   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
1/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  2     INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON,  ET  AL. 

REESTABLISH  MONTANA  MEMBERSHIP  IN  WESTERN 
LEGISLATIVE  FORESTRY  TASK  FORCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  40   3 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 
2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
3/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  77  11 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/08   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  3     INTRODUCED  BY  RASMUSSEN,  ET  AL. 
SCHEDULE  ELECTION  TO  CHOOSE 

PERMANENT  CAPITAL  CITY 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/11  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  37  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  60  36 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  60  36 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  4     INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK.  ET  AL. 

URGE  PARITY  LEVELS  IN  THE  PRICE  OF  RAW  MATERIALS 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

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1/17  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

1/23  HEARING 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SJ  5     INTRODUCED  BY  HARDING 

PAUSE  FOR  PLEDGE  OF  ALLEGIANCE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  92   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  97   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  6     INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK.  ET  AL. 

URGE  REGENTS  TO  ALLOW  ASSOCIATE  DEGREES  AT  VO-TECHS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  KtFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/08  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  26  19 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  31  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  72  20 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  79  17 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        45   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        41   8 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/21   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  7      INTRODUCED  BY  THAYER.  ET  AL. 

PLACE  A  MONTANA  STATEHOOD  CENTENNIAL  BELL  IN  THE 
CAPITOL 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/01  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


84 
94 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  8     INTRODUCED  BY  MAZUREK,  ET  AL. 

URGE  CONGRESS  TO  GRANT  CANADIAN  FORCE 
VETERANS'  BENEFITS 


1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/13  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED 


50 
50 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


80 
93 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  9     INTRODUCED  BY  MCLANE,  ET  AL. 

DESIGNATE  STATE  HIGHWAY  NUMBER  10  AS  YELLOWSTONE 
RIVER  SCENIC  ROUTE 

2/06   INTRODUCED 

2/06   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/11   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

SJ  10    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

AMEND  JOINT  RULES  TO  ALLOW  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 
TO  AMEND  AMENDMENT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

2/15  HEARING 

4/05  HEARING 

4/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 


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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/10 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

4/12 

3RD  READING  PASSED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

4/  1  2 

REFERRED  TO  RULES 

4/  14 

HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

49   0 
44   1 


SJ  11    INTRODUCED  BY  BECK,  ET  AL. 

URGE  CONGRESS  AND  USDA  TO  SUPPORT  RESEARCH  TO 
MAINTAIN  RODENTICIDE  REGISTERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  AGRICULTURE  COMMITTEE 

2/08   INTRODUCED 

2/08   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG 

2/13   HEARING 

2/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

TO  BE  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/16   3RD  READING  PASSED  47   Q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  79   Q 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  95   Q 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  12    INTRODUCED  BY  BLAYLOCK.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  BRASS  PLAQUES  TO  COMMEMORATE 
STATE  CENTENNIAL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 
COMMITTEE 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 
4/04   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

4/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  13    INTRODUCED  BY  MEYER,  ET  AL. 

ENCOURAGE  RECYCLING.  LITTER  CLEAN-UP 

BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY  COMMITTEE 


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2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  38   0 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  93   2 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   1 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        48   0 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  14    INTRODUCED  BY  HAGER 

SUPPORT  AND  ENCOURAGE  CONTRIBUTIONS  TO  THE  MONTANA 
COMMUNITY  FOUNDATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE. 
AND  SAFETY  COMMITTEE 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  15    INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON,  ET  AL. 

URGE  FIREARMS  SAFETY  TRAINING  IN  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOLS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  FISH  &  GAME  COMMITTEE 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  41   1 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  50   0 


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90 

0 

91 

0 

49 

0 

48 

0 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/06  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  78   4 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  91   6 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        46   3 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  16    INTRODUCED  BY  SEVERSON.  ET  AL. 

URGE  RIMFIRE  COMPETITION  AS  HIGH  SCHOOL  SPORT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  FISH  8.  GAME  COMMITTEE 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  40   2 

2/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  47   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

2/21  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/06  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  69  12 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  74  21 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        49   0 
4/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        43   6 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  17    INTRODUCED  BY  NOBLE,  ET  AL. 

URGE  THE  MONTANA  CONGRESSIONAL  DELEGATION  TO  DIRECT 
APPROPRIATE  FEDERAL  AGENCIES  TO  INVESTIGATE 
PROBLEMS  RELATING  TO  MORTGAGE  LOAN  SERVICING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SENATE  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY  COMMITTEE 

3/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 

3/16  INTRODUCED 

3/17  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  48   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
3/29   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   3 

4/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   0 

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RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  18    INTRODUCED  BY  DEVLIN,  ET  AL. 

URGE  CONGRESS  TO  CONTINUE  FUNDING  AGRICULTURAL 
AND  RANGE  EXPERIMENT  STATIONS 

3/22  INTRODUCED 

3/22  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/29  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  48   2 

4/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/04   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
4/05   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  98   0 

4/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  96   0 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/18   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  19    INTRODUCED  BY  STORY,  ET  AL. 
STUDY  SOLID  WASTE  REGULATION 

3/27  INTRODUCED 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

3/29  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/31  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

4/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/04   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
4/10   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  91   5 

4/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  94   4 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/18   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/19   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        50   0 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  20    INTRODUCED  BY  BENGTSON,  ET  AL. 
STUDY  STATE  LENDING  PROGRAMS 

3/28  INTRODUCED 

3/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/31  HEARING 

4/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 


4/04 
4/06 


4/07 
4/  14 
4/  14 
4/  15 
4/  17 


2ND  READING  PASSED 
3RD  READING  PASSED 


49 
46 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  89   8 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83  15 


RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/18   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/19   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  21    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN,  ET  AL. 

STUDY  RESOLUTION  TO  STUDY  BUSINESS  TAX 
INCENTIVES  IN  MONTANA 


50 
50 


4/05  INTRODUCED 

4/05  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

4/07  HEARING 

4/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

4/13  2ND  READING  PASSED 

4/15  3RD  READING  PASSED 


48 
45 


SJ  22 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
4/18   HEARING 

4/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  74  23 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  83  10 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

INTRODUCED  BY  HARP,  ET  AL. 

STUDY  GROUNDWATER  QUALITY  MANAGEMENT 

4/12  INTRODUCED 

4/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

4/17  HEARING 

4/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

4/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

4/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  45   4 


TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

4/20  HEARING 

4/20  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

4/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

4/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

4/21  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

4/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 


88   7 
84  13 


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89 

7 

90 

3 

50 

0 

45 

0 

SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

SJ  23    INTRODUCED  BY  HALLIGAN 

STUDY  ON  PROVISION  OF  ADULT  AND  YOUTH  DETENTION 
SERVICES 

4/14  INTRODUCED 

4/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

4/15  HEARING 

4/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

4/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  49   0 

4/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  46   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
4/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  SENATE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/21   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/21   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
5/01   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SJ  24    INTRODUCED  BY  RAPP-SVRCEK,  ET  AL. 

ASK  IDAHO  TO  REVISE  RESTRICTIONS  ON  LOG  EXPORTS 

4/17  INTRODUCED 

4/17  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

4/18  HEARING 

4/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

4/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  50   0 

4/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  49   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  HOUSE 

4/20  HEARING 

4/20  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

4/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

4/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  84  10 

4/21  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  93   6 

4/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

5/01  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  1      INTRODUCED  BY  GAGE 

SENATE  RULES  RESOLUTION 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  48   0 

1/13  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

2/18  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  2     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

CONFIRM  APPOINTMENT  OF  LETSON 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/14   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED  26  24 

2/17  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  3     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

CONFIRM  APPOINTMENTS  OF  STRATTON ,  ET .  AL. 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED  50   0 

2/17  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  5     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

CONFIRM  CERTAIN  APPOINTMENTS 

3/27  INTRODUCED 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/27  APPOINTMENTS  CONFIRMED  48   0 

3/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/04  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  6     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  JOHN  BRENDON 

3/27  INTRODUCED 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/27  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED  49   0 

3/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/04  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  7     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  ELLIOTT 

4/05  INTRODUCED 

4/05  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/06  ELLIOTT  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED  47   0 

4/06  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/06  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  8     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  BURGESS 

4/05  INTRODUCED 

4/05  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/06  BURGESS  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED  47   2 

4/06  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/06  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  9     INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  MARRA.  ET .  AL. 

4/05  INTRODUCED 

4/05  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/06  APPOINTMENTS  CONFIRMED  47   0 

4/06  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/08  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  10    INTRODUCED  BY  CRIPPEN 

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SENATE  FINAL  STATUS 

CONFIRM  JUDGE  REARDON 

4/08  INTRODUCED 

4/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

4/11  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED  45 

4/11  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/14  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  11    INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
APPROVE  KINNA 

4/08  INTRODUCED 

4/08  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/11  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED  44 

4/11  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/14  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  12    INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

CONFIRM  SWEENEY.  ET .  AL. 

4/08  INTRODUCED 

4/08  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/08  APPOINTMENTS  CONFIRMED 

4/11  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/14  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  14    INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  FLYNN 

4/20  INTRODUCED 

4/20  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/20  APPOINTMENT  CONFIRMED 

4/20  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/21  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

SR  15    INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 

CONFIRM  GROBEL.  ET .  AL. 

4/20  INTRODUCED 

4/20  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/20  APPOINTMENTS  CONFIRMED  AND  ADOPTED 

4/20  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/21  FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

(UNNUMBERED  SENATE  RESOLUTION)   INTRODUCED  BY  FARRELL 
CONFIRM  SHACKLEFORD,  ET  AL. 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
APPOINTMENTS  CONFIRMED 
1/12   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 


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HOUSE 
BILLS  AND  RESOLUTIONS 


-203- 


GRAND  TOTALS 


INTRODUCED 

House     846 

Senate 513 

Total     1358 

PASS^P 

House     491 

Senate 305 

Total     796 

VOTED  DOWN.  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

House     103 

Senate 55 

Total     158 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

House     168 

Senate 39 

Total     207 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE  (no  action  taken) 

House     67 

Senate 107 

Total     174 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

House     4 

Senate 5 

Total     9 

VETOED 

House     12 

Senate 2 

Total     14 


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TALLY  OF  HOUSE  BILLS 


INTRODUCED 

House  Bills      

.  .           794 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .             49 

House  Resolutions     

.  .               2 

Total     .... 

PASSED 

House  Bills      

845 
.  .           455 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .             34 

House  Resolutions     

.  .               2 

Total     .... 
VOTED  DOWN.  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

491 

House  Bills      

.  .             99 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .               4 

Total     .... 

TABUED  IN  COMMIIIEE 

House  Bills      

103 
.  .           164 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .               4 

Total     .... 

DIED  IN  COMMII  lEE  ^no  action  taken^ 

House  Bills      

168 
.  .             61 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .               6 

Total     .... 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

House  Bills      

67 
.  .               3 

House  Joint  Resolutions     

.  .               1 

Total     .... 

VETOED 

House  Bills      

4 
.  .              12 

Total     .... 

12 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

HB  1      INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ 

GRANT  BROADER  RULE  REVIEW  POWER  TO  REVENUE  OVERSIGHT 
COMMITTEE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  REVENUE  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 


1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/10   HEARING 

1/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/14   3RD  READING  PASSED 


96 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/07  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/13  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


3/27 
3/30 


3/31 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  94   0 

3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  96   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/04   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  572   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


10/01/89 


HB  2     INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS 

ESTABLISH  TIME  LINES  FOR  POLLING  LEGISLATURE  AFTER 
ADJOURNMENT  WHEN  GOVERNOR  VETOES  A  BILL 
APPROVED  BY  TWO-THIRDS  OF  EACH  HOUSE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  COUNCIL 


1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED 


96   0 
99   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  317   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  3     INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

LICENSE  GASOLINE  EXPORTERS 


2/27 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02 

INTRODUCED 

1/02 

REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/05 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/05 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/06 

HEARING 

1/06 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL 

PASSED 

1  /07 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

96   0 

1/10 

3RD  READING  PASSED 
TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

99   0 

1/13 

REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  & 

INDUSTRY 

1/19 

HEARING 

1/20 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL 

CONCURRED  AS 

AMENDED 

1/23 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

50   0 

1/25 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
1/28   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   1 
1/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

2/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

2/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

2/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

2/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  8 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  02/10/89  (S7,  10) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S1-6.  8.  9) 

HB  4     INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M. 

CLARIFY  THE  RATE  OF  SEVERANCE  TAX  ON  CERTAIN  COAL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  COAL  TAX  OVERSIGHT  SUBCOMMITTEE 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  69  30 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  26 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/01   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   6 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   31   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/24/89 

HB  5     INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILV 
CODE  COMMISSIONER  BILL 

BY  REQUEST  OF  CODE  COMMISSIONER 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/16  REFtRRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   83   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  6     INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

REQUIRE  TEMPORARY  MOTORBOAT  PERMIT  FOR  MOTORBOAT 
IF  FROM  STATE  REQUIRING  SIMILAR  PERMIT 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/05  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  7     INTRODUCED  BY  PECK.  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  MOTORBOAT  OPERATION  IN  AREA  OF  UNDERWATER 
DIVING.  PROVIDE  PENALTY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/03  HEARING 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   4 

1/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   5 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
1/19   HEARING 

1/26   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 
2/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   2 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   3 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   44   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/06/89 

HB  8     INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

REPEAL  TERMINATION  OF  SPECIAL  VEHICLE  COMBINATIONS 
ALLOWANCE 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/04  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1714  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  73  26 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  41   5 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   10   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/15/89 

HB  9     INTRODUCED  BY  PECK,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  BOARD  OF  PUBLIC  EDUCATION  MAY  NOT  ADOPT 
CERTAIN  RULES  UNLESS  APPROVED  AND  FUNDED  BY 
THE  LEGISLATURE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  MOTION  CARRIED  TO  LAY  ON  TABLE 

HB  10    INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS,  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

ALLOCATE  PORTION  OF  OIL  SEVERANCE  TAX  REVENUE  TO 
EDUCATION  TRUST  FUND 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/10  HEARING 

1/10  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  11    INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEV,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  ELECTORAL  COLLEGE  VOTE  BV  CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  52  44 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  51  48 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/09   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        31  10 

HB  12    INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

REVISE  PROCEDURES  FOR  TAXING  MOBILE  HOMES 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/11  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  85   1 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/29   HEARING 
4/12   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
4/12   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        45   4 

HB  13    INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI 

GENERALLY  AMEND  AND  FINE-TUNE  THE  CRIME  VICTIMS 
COMPENSATION  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/04  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  89   0 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

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2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   68   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/13/89 

HB  14    INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

TRANSFER  FIRE  SERVICES  TRAINING  SCHOOL  TO  REGENTS 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/04   HEARING 

1/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACE  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/11   3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
1/18   HEARING 

1/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   20   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  15    INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  MOTORBOATS  NOT  OVER  5  HP  FROM  FEE  IN  LIEU 
OF  TAX 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/04  HEARING 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  16    INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

PERMIT  PUBLIC  ACCOMMODATIONS  TO  PROVIDE  DISCOUNTS 
AND  PROMOTIONS  BASED  ON  AGE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/06  HEARING 

1/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   1 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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1/13 

1/18 

1/19 

1/21 

1/24 

1  121 

1  111 

1/27 

1  /31 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    3   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  17    INTRODUCED  BY  SQUIRES 

AUTHORIZE  CITIES  AND  TOWNS  TO  APPROPRIATE  MONEY 
RECEIVED  FROM  FEDERAL  OR  STATE  GOVERNMENT 
REGARDLESS  OF  WHEN  THE  MONEY  IS  RECEIVED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/03  HEARING 

1/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/05  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

1/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  100   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/20  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

2/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   32   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  18    INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

TRANSFER  AGRICULTURE  DEVELOPMENT  COUNCIL  TO 
AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT 

12/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/04  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/16   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
1/20   HEARING 

1/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
1/25   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

1/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/01   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    4   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/04/89 

HB  19    INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

REMOVE  THE  REQUIREMENTS  THAT  BANK  DIRECTORS  BE 
STOCKHOLDERS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  76  20 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  73  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
1/24   HEARING 

1/25   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
1/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  30   8 

1/30   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  12 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/02   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87  10 
2/04   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        74  19 

2/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   24   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/18/89 

HB  20    INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D. 

REQUIRE  KINDERGARTEN  IN  EACH  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/11  HEARING 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   46  48 

2/13  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  54  42 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  56  42 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  55  45 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        19  28 
3/14   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      25  18 

HB  21     INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  EMPLOYMENT  OF  DEPENDENT  MEMBERS  OF  EMPLOYER'S 

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FAMILY  FROM  THE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

12/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   1 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/02   HEARING 

2/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  37  10 

2/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   33   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  22    INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  INTEREST  RATE  ON  MUNICIPAL  DEPOSITS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/17   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/31   HEARING 

2/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   21   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  23    INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  BULK  MAILING  OF  MUNICIPAL  NOTICES  TO  50  OR 
MORE  ELECTORS  OR  RESIDENTS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   1 

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1/10   3RD  READING  PASSED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/31   HEARING 

2/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/11   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   11   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


99 


50 
49 


7/01/89 


HB  24    INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CITY  CLERK  TO  SEND  DESIGNEE  TO  PARK  BOARD 
MEETINGS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/05  HEARING 

1/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  92 

1/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  97 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/31   HEARING 

2/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


50   0 
46   3 


HB  25 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   12   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 

INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 
REQUIRE  NOTICES  OF  MINIMUM  SPEED 


7/01/89 


12/28 
1/02 
1/02 
1/04 
1/04 
1/05 
1/14 
1/17 
1/  19 


FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

INTRODUCED 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2ND  READING  PASSED  90 


9 


3RD  READING  PASSED 


87  12 


1/20 
2/07 
2/08 
2/08 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

HEARING 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        42 


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HB  26    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK 

INCLUDE  UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM  AND  VO-TECHS  UNDER  STATE 
CENTRAL  PAYROLL  SYSTEM 

12/29  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/12  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  85  14 

2/03  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/03  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/07  HEARING 

4/05  HEARING 

4/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                   46   0 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                    47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88  10 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   5 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  592   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  27    INTRODUCED  BY  CODY,  ET  AL. 

MAKE  A  SEXUAL  CRIME  RESULTING  IN  A  MINOR'S  DEATH 
AN  AGGRAVATING  CIRCUMSTANCE  IN  DECIDING 
WHETHER  TO  IMPOSE  THE  DEATH  PENALTY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/09  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  77  20 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  77  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   81   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  28    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  MINIMUM  NONFARM  HOURLY  WAGE  AND  FARM 
MONTHLY  WAGE 

12/29  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  66  34 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  64  36 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/21   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    55  41 
3/30   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/11   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
3/31   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/11   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
4/11   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  75  18 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  75  20 

SENATE 
4/11   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   0 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  674   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  29    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

CLARIFY  FUNCTION  OF  ASSESSOR  IN  IDENTIFYING 

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TAXPAYERS  IN  TELEVISION  DISTRICT 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/11   HEARING 

1/12   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/18   3RD  READING  PASSED  94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/26   HEARING 

1/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
1/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/02   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

2/18  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
2/28   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  93   0 

3/01   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/01   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

3/03   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   72   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  30    INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS,  ET  AL. 

DELETE  VALUE  GUIDE  TO  CARS  OF  PARTICULAR  INTEREST 
FOR  ASSESSING  OLD  VEHICLES 

12/29  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/04  HEARING 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  31    INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  EXCEPTION  TO  EVIDENTIARY  RULE  AGAINST 

ADMISSION  OF  HEARSAY  EVIDENCE  FOR  STATEMENTS 
OF  SEXUAL  VICTIMS  LESS  THAN  10  YEARS  OF  AGE 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/06   HEARING 

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1/17   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  32    INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

REDUCE  REGENT'S  TERM  FROM  7  YEARS  TO  5  YEARS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/11  HEARING 

1/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  27 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  69  28 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/30  HEARING 

3/09  MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/09  MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/10  MINORITY  REPORT  ADOPTED  28  19 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        27  17 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  30  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   MOTION  TO  CONCUR  WITH  AMENDMENTS  ON 

2ND  READING  FAILED  37  62 

3/31   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/06   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/10   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  79  17 

4/11   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  80  18 

SENATE 
4/04   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/07   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  45   3 

4/J8   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/24   VETOED 

THE  GOVERNOR'S  VETO  WAS  SUSTAINED  BASED 
ON  A  POLL  TAKEN  BY  THE  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 
AFTER  THE  SESSION  ADJOURNED. 
67  LEGISLATORS  VOTED  TO  OVERRIDE  THE  VETO. 
TO  OVERRIDE  A  VETO  REQUIRES  A  2/3  VOTE 
(100  LEGISLATORS)  OF  THE  LEGISLATURE. 

HB  33    INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

ALLOW  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  IMPAIRMENT  EVALUATOR  TO 
BE  A  CHIROPRACTOR  IF  CLAIMANT'S  TREATING 
PHYSICIAN  IS  A  CHIROPRACTOR 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/04  HEARING 

1/06  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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1/12   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   5 

1/14   3RD  READING  PASSED  91   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/16   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

'''01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 
3/09   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 

3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  161   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  34    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE  TO  PROCESS 

NOTIFICATIONS  OF  CLASSIFICATION.  APPRAISAL, 
AND  ASSESSMENT  TO  TAXPAYERS  THROUGH  ITS 
AGENT  COUNTY  ASSESSORS 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/10   HEARING 

1/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/14   3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/16   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/24   HEARING 

1/25   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
1/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

1/30   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    9   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/13/89 

HB  35    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  ASSESSMENT  AND 
TAXATION  PROVISIONS 

12/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   4 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/01  HEARING 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/29  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 

3/31  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

4/01  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        48   0 

4/04  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/06   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 
4/07   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  598   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  36    INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

NONPROFIT  ORGANIZATION  TO  RETAIN  UP  TO  50  PERCENT  OF 
SPORTS  POOL 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/13   HEARING 

1/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/17   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/18   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
1/24   HEARING 

1/25   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/13   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   22   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  37    INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN,  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  DIRECTOR  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF 
HEALTH  AND  ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES  BE  A 
PHYSICIAN 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/04  HEARING 

1/06  HEARING 

1/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  98   1 

1/12  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

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48 

0 

43 

1 

88 

1  1 

96 

3 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

V20  HEARING 

'/?3  COMMITTET  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

V26  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/07   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
2/08   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

2/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   34   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/24/89 

HB  38    INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

INCLUDE  BENEFITS  RECEIVED  UNDER  UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM 

OPTIONAL  RETIREMENT  PROGRAM  AS  PROPERTY  THAT 
MAY  BE  EXEMPTED  IN  A  BANKRUPTCY  PROCEEDING 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/06   HEARING 

1/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/12   3RD  READING  PASSED  97   q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
V26   HEARING 

2/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/07   2ND  kADING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49  ] 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   4 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   4 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   45   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/06/89 

HB  39    INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

END  COAL  SEVERANCE  TAX  ALLOCATION  TO  COUNTY  LAND 
PLANNING 

12/30   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/02   INTRODUCED 
1/02   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/06   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/06   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  40    INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

LIMIT  LEGISLATOR  TO  NO  MORE  THAN  5  BILL  INTRODUCTION 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

'/02   REFERRED  TO  RULES 

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1/18   HEARING 

1/18   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  41    INTRODUCED  BY  GILBERT 

INTERSTATE  EMERGENCY  SERVICES  MUTUAL  AID  ACT 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/03  HEARING 

1/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/05  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  100   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/10   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/17   HEARING 

1/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
1/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

1/25   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
1/31   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
1/31   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
1/3  1   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    5   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/04/89 

HB  42    INTRODUCED  BY  STANG 

ALLOW  MUNICIPALITY  TO  PROHIBIT  MINORS  FROM  ENTERING 
TAVERNS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/09  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        79  18 

HB  43    INTRODUCED  BY  BOHARSKI 

PERMIT  LEGISLATORS  TO  SIGN  STATE  DOCUMENTS  BY 
FACSIMILE  SIGNATURE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

1/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/07  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/13  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  318   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  44    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK 

REVISE  PROVISIONS  FOR  INTERACCOUNT  LOANS  WITHIN 
STATE  GOVERNMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   3 

3/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/20   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  622   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/24/89 

HB  45    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK 

REVISE  LAW  CONCERNING  EXPENDITURE  AND  DISPOSITION 
OF  VO-TECH  CENTER  FEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/02   INTRODUCED 

1/02   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  46    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK 

REQUIRE  SUBSTITUTE  TEACHING  PERMIT  FOR 
NONCERTIFICATED  TEACHERS 

12/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/06  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  47    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK 

PROVIDE  METHODS  OF  APPROPRIATING  HIGHER  EDUCATION 
MONEY 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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HB  48    INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  FOR  ALTERNATIVE  METHOD  OF  LEGISLATOR 
REMUNERATION  DURING  SESSION 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/03  HEARING 

1/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   1 

1/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/04   REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 
1/04   HEARING 

1/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
1/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

1/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
1/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
1/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
1/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
1/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/10/89 

HB  49    INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN 

RAISE  MINIMUM  HOURLY  WAGE  TO  $4.35 — EXEMPT  HIGH 
SCHOOL  STUDENTS 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/16  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  50    INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

MONTANA  LIVESTOCK  REIMBURSEMENT  ACT 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  HEARING 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  HEARING 

1/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  51    INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI 

INCREASE  ATTORNEY  LICENSE  FEE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/06  HEARING 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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1/17   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  52    INTRODUCED  BY  REHBERG 

DEFINE  LEGISLATIVE  DAY--REVISE  SALARY  AND  PER  DIEM 
CALCULATION  FOR  LEGISLATORS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  REORGANIZATION  AND 
IMPROVEMENT  COMMISSION  (LRIC) 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  REREFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  53    INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ 

PROVIDE  2-YEAR  EXTENSION  OF  CURRENT  PROPERTY 
REAPPRAISAL  CYCLE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/14  REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  83  10 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  43   5 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   13   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  54    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON.  M..  ET  AL. 

CREATE  A  LEGISLATIVE  COMMITTEE  ON  INDIAN  AFFAIRS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  INDIAN  AFFAIRS  COMMITTEE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  HEARING 

1/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  88  10 

1/10  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

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1/10  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  81   9 

3/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  88   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATICiN 
3/29   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/13   RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  LINE  ITEM  VETO 

4/14   RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

(SUPERSEDED  LINE  ITEM  VETO  OF  4/13) 
4/19   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  50  42 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/19   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  24  23 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  22  28 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR  FOR  RECONSIDERATION 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  630   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/25/89 

HB  55    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

ALLOW  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE  TO  ESTIMATE  UNCLAIMED 
PROPERTY  ASSESSMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/13  REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   4 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   14   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


2/15/89 


HB  56 


INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

PLACE  WELCOME  AND  FAREWELL  SIGNS  AT  MONTANA  BORDERS 


1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/02  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  HEARING 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  82 

2/10  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/10  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  78 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  77 


19 
19 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/30   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


25  23 

26  21 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR  WITH  LINE  ITEM  VETO 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  621   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/24/89 


HB  57 


INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  IMMUNITY  FOR  PROVIDING  EMERGENCY  CARE 


1/02  INTRODUCED 

1/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/13  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/13  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/16  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/21  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/31   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 


94 


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4/11   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/12   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  REJECTED  50  49 

SENATE 
4/04   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/11   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/12   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  REJECTED  49   0 

HOUSE 
4/15   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

SENATE 
4/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

HB  58    INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL,  ET  AL. 

WAIVE  DELINQUENT  TAX  TO  FACILITATE  BUSINESS  PURCHASE 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/10  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  94   5 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

1/31  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/02  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

2/11  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/07   RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/09   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  89   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/13   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  47   2 

3/15   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  41   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/16   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/22   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

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50 

0 

46 

0 

88 

2 

94 

0 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   0 

SENATE 
3/17   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/22   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   0 

4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  63  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/25/89 

HB  59    INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

PROVIDE  FOR  GIVING  OF  OFFICIAL  CRIMINAL  HISTORY 
RECORD  INFORMATION  ON  INDIVIDUAL  TO  STATE 
BAR  IF  BAR  GIVES  INDIVIDUAL'S  FINGERPRINTS 
TO  OFFICIAL  AGENCY  HOLDING  THE  INFORMATION 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/12  HEARING 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   7 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   15   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  60    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

ESTABLISH  QUALIFICATIONS  AND  CERTIFICATION  OF 
COUNTY  ASSESSORS 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/05  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  57  37 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  72  24 


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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/09   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   3 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   2 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   2 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  623   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/91 

HB  61    INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  MAXIMUM  OBLIGATION  AUTHORITY  OF  STATE 

HIGHWAY  CONSTRUCTION  FUNDS  TO  A  COUNTY  FOR 
THE  FEDERAL-AID  SECONDARY  HIGHWAY  SYSTEM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/03  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   7 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/07   HEARING 

2/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   25   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  62    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M.,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  AUDITS  OF  CEMETERY  DISTRICTS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   2 

1/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/26   HEARING 

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2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

2/28  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

3/01  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        48   0 

3/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/06   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   6 
3/07   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   5 

3/ 1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  140   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

HB  63    INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

PERMIT  MEMBERSHIP  IN  ASSOCIATIONS  OF  COUNTY  SCHOOL 
SUPERINTENDENTS 

1/04   INTRODUCED 

1/04   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/13   HEARING 

1/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/18   3RD  READING  PASSED  94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/19   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
1/30   HEARING 

2/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        82   7 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   7 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   46   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  64    INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

REVISE  SCHOOL  BUDGETING,  REPORTING,  AND  INVESTMENT 
REQUIREMENTS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/13  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  99   0 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
1/30   HEARING 

2/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

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2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   35   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  65    INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 
LEGISLATIVE  FEED  BILL 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/04  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/04  HEARING 

1/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/05  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  87  11 

1/05  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/06   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

1/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
1/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

1/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
1/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   8 
1/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   8 

1/12   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
1/12   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
1/12   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
1/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    2   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/12/89 

HB  66    INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  MEDICAID  CASE  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  FOR  THE 
CHRONICALLY  MENTALLY  ILL 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/05  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  64  28 

2/14  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/14  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  67    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S. 

ENTER  RESOLUTION  ADOPTING  MUNICIPAL  BUDGET  IN 
OFFICIAL  MINUTES  OF  COUNCIL 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/17   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
1/24   HEARING 

1/25   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
1/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

1/30   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    7   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  68    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S. 

LIMIT  GOVERNMENTAL  AUDIT  CONTRACTS  TO  3  YEARS  WITH 
AN  OPTION  TO  EXTEND  ADDITIONAL  2  YEARS 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/10  HEARING 

1/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   4 

1/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/17   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  260   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  69    INTRODUCED  BY  DEBRUYCKER 

AUTHORIZE  LOSS  OF  STATE  LEASE  AND  PREFERENCE  RIGHT 
FOR  FELONY  DRUG  CONVICTION  ON  LAND 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/04   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/06  HEARING 

3/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        77   2 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   2 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  319   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  70    INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  REQUIREMENTS  TO  CARRY  A  CONCEALED  WEAPON 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  61  37 

2/21  3RD  READING  FAILED  37  60 

HB  71    INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

REMOVE  LANGUAGE  PROHIBITING  SOLICITING  VOTER 

INFORMATION  WITHIN  200  FT  OF  VOTING  POLLS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  COMMISSIONER  OF  POLITICAL  PRACTICES 

1/04  INTRODUCED 

1/05  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/10  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/12  2ND  READING  PASSED  76  21 

1/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  216   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  72    INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY,  ET  AL. 

MANDATE  QUALITY  ASSURANCE  REVIEWS  OF  THE  GENERAL 
ASSISTANCE  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  JOINT  SUBCOMMITTEE  ON  WELFARE 

1/05   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/06   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01   HEARING 

3/17   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  73    INTRODUCED  BY  KIMBERLEY.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SUPERINTENDENTS  OF  YOUTH  CORRECITONAL 
FACILITIES  TO  CONSENT  TO  EMERGENCY 
MEDICAL  TREATMENT  FOR  RESIDENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/09  HEARING 

1/13  HEARING 

1/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   Q 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  527   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/13/89 

HB  74    INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

ALLOW  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  &  REHABILITATION  SERVICES 
TO  MAINTAIN  POSITIVE  CASH  BALANCE  IN  OTHER 
SPECIAL  REVENUE  FUND 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/04   INTRODUCED 

1/06   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19   HEARING 

1/19   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/23   3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  151   EFFECTIVE  DAT^ .   3/18/89 

HB  75    INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER 

CHANGE  ACCOUNTING  PROCEDURE  FOR  VO-TECH  CENTER  FEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  FINANCE  COMMITTEE 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/12  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  95   0 

1/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/18   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
1/23   HEARING 

1/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   47   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  76    INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 

ELIMINATE  LIFE  AND  HEALTH  INSURANCE  GUARANTY 
ASSOCIATION  PREMIUM  TAX  OFFSET 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/03  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       42  56 

HB  77    INTRODUCED  BY  THOFT.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  LOCAL  NONPROFIT  CORPORATIONS  TO  MANAGE 
HISTORIC  PROPERTIES  OWNED  BY  STATE 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/10  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  261   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  78    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M..  ET  AL. 

CREATE  OFFICE  OF  STATE  COORDINATOR  OF  RESERVATION 
COUNTY  AFFAIRS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  INDIAN  AFFAIRS  COMMITTEE 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  79    INTRODUCED  BY  DEBRUYCKER 

ALLOW  COMBINED  BRIDGE  AND  FERRY  FUND  IN  COUNTIES 
WITH  PUBLIC  FERRY 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   0 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/21   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/09   HEARING 

2/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

2/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   36   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  80    INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH.  ET  AL. 

DISCLOSE  CHILD  ABUSE  AND  NEGLECT  RECORDS  TO  CERTAIN 
PROBATION  OFFICERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/09  HEARING 

1/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

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1/13   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARV 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  110   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/15/89 

HB  81    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  ADVERTISING  OF  LIFE  OR  DISABILITY 
INSURANCE  AND  ANNUITIES 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  82    INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 

DESIGNATE  ARBOR  DAY  AS  OFFICIAL  DAY  OF  OBSERVANCE  IN 
MONTANA 

1/05  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

2/03  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   16   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/15/89 

HB  83    INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

CLARIFY  CONDITIONAL  PAYMENT  OF  TAXES  AND  OTHER  DEBTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 

1/05   INTRODUCED 

1/06   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

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1/13  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   17   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/15/89 

HB  84    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S. 

PERMIT  EITHER  POSTING  OR  PUBLISHING  OF  BOND  ELECTION 
NOTICES 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/17  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  25 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  80  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  407   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  85    INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN.  S..  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  DESIGNATION  OF  PUBLIC  TIME  AND  PLACE  TO 
OPEN  SPECIAL  IMPROVEMENT  DISTRICT  BIDS  IS  TO 
BE  SET  FORTH  IN  NOTICE  INVITING  BID  PROPOSALS 

1/06   INTRODUCED 

1/06   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/12   HEARING 

1/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/17   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/18   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

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1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

1/27  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

1/30  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER    6   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  86    INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  LONG-TERM  CARE  OMBUDSMAN  ACCESS  TO  MEDICAL 

AND  SOCIAL  RECORDS;  PROHIBIT  DISCRIMINATION 
BY  LONG-TERM  CARE  FACILITIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/n  HEARING 

1/13  HEARING 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/23  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  87    INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  DEFINITIONS  IN  CHILD  ABUSE,  NEGLECT.  AND 
DEPENDENCY  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/11  HEARING 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED                       93   0 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED                       96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   MOTION  TO  CONCUR  WITH  AMENDMENTS  ON 

2ND  READING  FAILED  41  46 

3/09   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/30   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  63  31 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  82  15 


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SENATE 
3/09   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/16   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  474   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/08/89 

HB  88    INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

REVISE  DISTRIBUTION  OF  SCHOOL  FUNDING 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/23  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  89    INTRODUCED  BY  PECK.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  PROVISIONS  OF  STATE  RETIREMENT 
SYSTEMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   0 
3/09   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 

3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  196   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

HB  90    INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

EXEMPT  FROM  PROPERTY  TAX  ALL  RECREATIONAL  HARNESS, 
SADDLERY  &  TACK  EQUIPMENT 

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1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  HEARING 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                       68  28 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED                       71  26 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
2/10   HEARING 
2/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/15   REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

2/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  24  23 

3/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  26  20 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   59   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/10/89 

HB  91    INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH 

INCREASE  FEES  FOR  BIRTH  AND  DEATH  CERTIFICATES  AND 
FOR  COPIES  OF  RECORDS 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

1/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  76  20 

1/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  72  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 

2/10  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        46   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

2/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/2  1   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   37   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 


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HB  92    INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  AN  EXTENSION  OF  THE  DEADLINE  FOR  APPLYING 
FOR  CLASS  FOUR  PROPERTY 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/13  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   2 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/27   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  93    INTRODUCED  BY  GILBERT 

AUTHORIZE  STATE  AUDITOR  TO  PERFORM  INTERNAL  AUDITS 
IN  STATE  GOVERNMENT 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  94    INTRODUCED  BY  GILBERT 

ALLOW  FLEET  REGISTRATION  OF  MOTOR  VEHICLES 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/12  HEARING 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   5 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/14   HEARING 

2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   61   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  95    INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  LOTTERY  PRIZES  FROM  STATE  INCOME  TAX 

1/07   INTRODUCED 

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1/09  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/19  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        64  35 

HB  96    INTRODUCED  BY  PETERSON 

EXEMPT  LOG  TRUCK  OWNER/OPERATOR  FROM  WORKERS' 

COMPENSATION  IF  AN  INDEPENDENT  CONTRACTOR 

1/09   INTRODUCED 

1/09   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
1/10   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/14   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/17   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  97    INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK.  ET  AL. 

GRANT  CITY  COURTS  JURISDICTION  TO  ISSUE  TEMPORARY 
RESTRAINING  ORDERS  WHEN  PETITIONER  ALLEGES 
DOMESTIC  ABUSE 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   4 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  208   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  98    INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PUNITIVE  DAMAGES  TO  COUNTY  FOR  COURT 
OPERATIONS 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  99    INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

CHANGE  METHOD  FOR  CHARGING  UNEMPLOYMENT  INSURANCE 
BENEFITS  TO  EMPLOYER  EXPERIENCE  RATING 

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ACCOUNT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/09  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/02   HEARING 

2/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   50   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  100   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 

GENERAL  APPROPRIATIONS  BILL 

BY  REQUEST  OF  OFFICE  OF  BUDGET  8.  PROGRAM  PLANNING 

1/06  INTRODUCED 

1/07  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/19  HEARING 

2/28  HEARING 

3/07  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  53  42 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  61  37 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/28   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        40   5 
4/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    94   3 
4/12   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  65  34 

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4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  54  42 

SENATE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  37   8 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  35  15 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/21   MOTION  TO  CONCUR  WITH  GOVERNOR'S 

AMENDMENTS  ON  2ND  READING  FAILED  41  59 
4/21   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  60  40 

4/2  1   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

SENATE 
4/21   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  26  24 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

NOT  CONCURRED  25  25 

4/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR  FOR  RECONSIDERATION 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89 

HB  101   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  STATE  WARRANTS  TO  LOCAL  ENTITIES 

MUST  BE  MAILED  AND  PAYABLE  TO  CITY/COUNTY 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79   0 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   1 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  320   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


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HB  102   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

PERMIT  MENTAL  HEALTH  BOARDS  TO  SET  FEES  WITHOUT 
DEPARTMENT  OF  INSTITUTIONS'   APPROVAL 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/13  HEARING 

1/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   1 

1/19  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/20   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/08   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  103   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

REMOVE  PREPAYMENT  OF  JURY  FEES 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/17  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  104   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

ADMIT  EVIDENCE  OF  INSURANCE;  INSURER  MUST  BE  JOINED 
AS  A  PARTY 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  105   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON 

TELEFAXED  DOCUMENTS  TO  BE  RECORDED  AS  ORIGINAL  WITH 
COUNTY  CLERK  &  RECORDER 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/12  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/07  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  106   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

PROVIDE  FOR  ELECTION  OF  CITY  JUDGES  AT  GENERAL  STATE 
ELECTION 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/19  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        94   3 

HB  107   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

RAISE  JUSTICE'S  COURT  FILING  FEE 


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1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                       76  17 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED                        84  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

2/09  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED         17  31 

2/09  MOTION  FAILED  TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE   7  41 

2/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

2/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   26   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  108   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

ALLOW  MUNICIPAL  COURTS  IN  CERTAIN  CITIES 

1/09  INTRODUCED 

1/10  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   4 

1/24  3RD  READING  FAILED  40  56 

HB  109   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK,  ET  AL. 

DEPOSIT  HAIL  INSURANCE  LEVY  EXCESS  IN  GENERAL 
FUND 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/12  SPONSOR  WITHDREW 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  110   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  G.V.W.  INSPECTIONS  OF  RECREATIONAL 
VEHICLES 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   4 

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1/25   3RD  READING  PASSED  89   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
2/14   HEARING 

2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

3/01   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   57   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  1 1 1   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  JUNK  VEHICLE  FEE  FROM  $.50  TO  $1.10 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/10  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/11  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   41  50 

HB  112   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

CLARIFY  DEFINITION  OF  "CONVICTION"  IN  MOTOR  VEHICLE 
CODE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  113   INTRODUCED  BY  REHBERG 

CLARIFY  RECOMMENDATION  OPTIONS  OF  YOUTH  PLACEMENT 
FACILITIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/16  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  97   2 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  399   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/01/89 

HB  114   INTRODUCED  BY  GERVAIS.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  VETERAN'S  SERVICE  CREDITS  FOR  TEACHERS' 
RETIREMENT 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  204   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  115   INTRODUCED  BY  MCDONOUGH,  ET  AL. 

ADOPTION  FEES  AND  REPORTS;  FINE  FOR  UNREASONABLE 
FEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/16  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  89  10 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
1/30   HEARING 

1/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   18   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


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HB  116   INTRODUCED  BY  MCDONOUGH,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  ELDER  ABUSE  PREVENTION  ACT  TO  INCLUDE 
DEVELOPMENTALLY  DISABLED  PERSONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   1 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  198   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  117   INTRODUCED  BY  BACHINI,  ET  AL. 

FUND  CONSTRUCTION  OF  MACHINE  SHOP  AT  NORTHERN 
AGRICULTURAL  RESEARCH  CENTER 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/11  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/14  HEARING 

3/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  118   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY 

REVISE  THE  LAW  ON  FUNERAL  DIRECTING  AND  MORTUARY 
SCIENCES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 


1/11 

INTRODUCED 

1/11 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26 

HEARING 

1/26 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS 

AMENDED 

1/28 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

81 

12 

1/31 

3RD  READING  PASSED 
TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

85 

12 

2/02 

REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/09 

HEARING 

3/09 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/10 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

49 

0 

3/13 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

44 

0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 


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3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  298   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

HB  119   INTRODUCED  BY  KNAPP,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  FEE  FOR  PERSONALIZED  PLATES  BY  $5 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  85  10 

2/07  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING  AND 

PLACED  ON  2ND  READING 

2/08  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  81  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  28  15 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  141   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

HB  120   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO 

REVISE  NONRESIDENT  FUR  DEALER  LICENSE  FEE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/12  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                       87   7 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/23  3RD  READING  PASSED                       92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
2/07   HEARING 

2/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        85   6 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   7 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   48   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  121   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN,  ET  AL. 

FIRE  SERVICE  AREA  OPERATIONS--ENTER  PROPERTY  TO 
FIGHT  FIRES,  ELECT  TRUSTEES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   2 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/14   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   75   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  122   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

ACTUAL  NOTICE  TO  CERTAIN  CREDITORS  OF  AN  ESTATE 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   1 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TfiANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  500   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  123   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

ADOPT  UNIFORM  ENFORCEMENT  OF  FOREIGN  JUDGMENTS  ACT 

1/11   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/12  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED 


94  5 

95  3 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/06   HEARING 

2/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  40   2 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/28   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
3/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 


3/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   66   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


10/01/89 


HB  124   INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK,  ET  AL. 

SUBSTITUTE  "PATROL  OFFICER"  FOR  "PATROLMAN"  THROUGH 
MCA 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 


1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED 


86 
87 


6 
1  1 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


49 
43 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  217   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


HB  125   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PROPERTY  TAX  FREEZE — INFLATION,  MANDATED 
COSTS,  VOTED  CHANGE 


1/11 

INTRODUCED 

1/12 

REFERRED  TO 

TAXATION 

1/12 

FISCAL  NOTE 

REQUESTED 

1/18 

FISCAL  NOTE 

RECEIVED 

1/20 

HEARING 

1/20 

FISCAL  NOTE 

PRINTED 

3/10 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/23  TAKEN  FROM  THE  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

3/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  68  27 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  77  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/05   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   3 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   VETOED 

HB  126   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

REQUIRE  GRADE  REQUIREMENT  FOR  EXTRA  CURRICULAR 
SCHOOL  ACTIVITIES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  127   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY,  ET  AL. 

REDUCE  MAXIMUM  AGE  FOR  COMMITMENT  UNDER  YOUTH  COURT 
ACT  FROM  21  TO  19 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/11  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   5 

1/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  212   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  128   INTRODUCED  BY  JOHNSON,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  BOARD  OF  MEDICAL  EXAMINERS  TO  IMPOSE  FINES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  MEDICAL  EXAMINERS 

1/11   INTRODUCED 

1/12   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/20   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/25   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
1/27   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  79  21 

1/30   3RD  READING  PASSED  85  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  321   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  129   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  CEASE  AND  DESIST  ORDERS  AGAINST  UNLAWFUL 
MOTOR  VEHICLE  DEALERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   0 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
1/27   HEARING 

1/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/27   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   0 
2/28   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   1 

3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/02   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   49   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  130   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG.  ET  AL. 

LIST  MILEAGE  ON  SOLD  VEHICLES  UP  TO  10  YEARS  OLD, 
DEALER  KEEP  5  YEARS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   2 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

1/27  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

2/01  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  41   0 

2/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   23   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  131   INTRODUCED  BY  STEPPLER.  ET  AL. 

REDUCE  PENALTY  AND  BOND  FOR  SEAT  BELT  VIOLATION 
TO  $10 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/21  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        50  40 

HB  132   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

INCREASE  MAXIMUM  BINGO  PRIZE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/17  HEARING 

1/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/20  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   40  56 

HB  133   INTRODUCED  BY  HAYNE.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  STATE  OIL  AND  GAS 
LEASE  PAYMENTS 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/12  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  53  46 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  53  46 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  163   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  134   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J. 

PARENTAL  CONSENT  TO  FOREIGN  TRAVEL  BY  A  CHILD 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  135   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  WRONGFUL  DEATH  AND  SURVIVORSHIP  DAMAGES 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   3 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  136   INTRODUCED  BY  DEMARS,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CERTAIN  PROVISIONS  OF  COMMERCIAL  FERTILIZERS 
LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
2/08   HEARING 

2/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   27   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  137   INTRODUCED  BY  DEMARS,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  CERTAIN  PROVISIONS  OF  COMMERCIAL  FEEDS  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 


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1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED           96   3 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED                       93   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
2/08   HEARING 

2/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   38   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  138   INTRODUCED  BY  DEMARS,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  APPLE  INSPECTION  FUND  TO  STATE  SPECIAL  FUND 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/18  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   0 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
2/08   HEARING 

2/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   39   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/24/89 

HB  139   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

ALLOW  REIMBURSEMENTS  FOR  FOREIGN  TRAVEL  EXPENSES 
INCURRED  BY  PERSONS  IN  STATE  SERVICES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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1/25  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  79  15 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  18 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/01  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/07  HEARING 

3/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  207   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  140   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

ABOLISH  BOARD  OF  COUNTY  PRINTING 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/25  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        68  29 

HB  141   INTRODUCED  BY  PHILLIPS 

CALCULATE  PERS  BENEFITS  FOR  PUBLIC  ADMINISTRATORS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

1/12   INTRODUCED 

1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18   HEARING 

1/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  92   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   71   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  142   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB,  ET  AL. 

ABOLISH  REQUIREMENT  THAT  ADMINISTRATION  PERMANENTLY 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETAIN  COPIES  OF  DOCUMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/12   INTRODUCED 

1/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19   HEARING 

1/19   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/23   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  209   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  143   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE ,  GAGE 

OIL  AND  GAS  WELL  PLUGGING  COSTS  PAID  FROM  RITT 
INTEREST 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/29   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  530   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  144   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  L..  ET  AL. 

PLACE  SECRETARY  OF  STATE  ON  STATE  RECORDS  COMMITTEE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  UN  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

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1/23   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  218   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  145   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  TAXATION  OF  AIRLINE  PROPERTY  FOR  TAX  YEARS 
BEGINNING  IN  1991 
BY  REQUEST  OF  REVENUE  OVERSIGHT  COMMITTEE 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/17  HEARING 

1/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/19  2ND  READING  PASSED  99   0 

1/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/23   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/31   HEARING 

1/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   19   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  146   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  TRAINING  AT  THE  MONTANA  LAW  ENFORCEMENT 
ACADEMY  FOR  NONSERVICE  STUDENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

1/12  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   0 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/01   HEARING 

2/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  43   4 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   6 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/21   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   40   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


7/01/89 


HB  147   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

ESTABLISH  CUSTODIAL  PARENT  AS  PERSONAL 
REPRESENTATIVE 


1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED 


91 
94 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


49 
44 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  219   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


10/01/89 


HB  148   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  MONTANA  ADVISORY  COMMISSION  ON 
INTERGOVERNMENTAL  RELATIONS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  74  24 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  55  42 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  149   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAND  SALE  BY  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS  AS 
REGARDS  ORIGINAL  LANDOWNER 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS 

1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/13   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/19   HEARING 


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1/26   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
1/28   2ND  READING  PASSED  83  10 

1/31   3RD  READING  PASSED  86  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/16   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  150   INTRODUCED  BY  JOHNSON,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  FRANCHISE  PROTECTION  FOR  SNOWMOBILE  AND 
OFF-HIGHWAY  VEHICLE  DEALERS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/19  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   0 

1/24  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/25   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
1/27   HEARING 

2/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        48   0 
2/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
2/28   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
3/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3/03   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/03   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/03   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   51   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/07/89 

HB  151   INTRODUCED  BY  SWIFT,  ET  AL. 
ALLOW  LIMITED  BRANCH  BANKING 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/18  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED                        54  42 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED                       60  36 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  33  16 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  32  17 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  322   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  152   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REVISE  YOUTH  COURT  MENTAL  COMMITMENT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  210   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  153   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH.  C,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  ATTORNEY  NOT  ALLOWED  TO  LIEN  WORKERS' 

COMPENSATION,  OCCUPATION  DISEASE  BENEFITS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  154   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH,  C,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  JUDGE  TO  STAY  EXECUTION 
OF  JUDGMENT  PENDING  APPEAL 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   2 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/04   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   74   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/13/89 

HB  155   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH.  C.  ET  AL. 

NO  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  LIABILITY  FOR  RE-INJURY 
OF  SAME  BODY  PART  THAT  PREVIOUSLY  HEALED 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED                       77  22 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED                       75  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/04   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   2 
3/09   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   2 

3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  184   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  156   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH,  C.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  OCCUPATIONAL  HEALTH  AND  SAFETY  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/26  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/02  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        66  25 

HB  157   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH,  C,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  SUBSEQUENT  INJURY  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/26  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  158   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PHONES,  VENDING  MACHINES,  AND  INFORMATION 
SERVICE  IN  REST  AREAS 


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1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/14   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/19   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  159   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R.,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  FORMULA  FOR  TRANSFER  OF  CREDITABLE 
SERVICE  BETWEEN  TRS  AND  PERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  BOARD 

1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/14   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26   HEARING 

1/26   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/30   3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

1/31   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/08   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/09   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    56  40 
3/10   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/08   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/10   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   0 

4/11   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  97   0 

SENATE 
3/11   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/08   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/19   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  690   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  160   INTRODUCED  BY  STEPPLER.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  COUNTY  ATTORNEY  IS  LEGAL  ADVISOR 
TO  COUNTY  WEED  DISTRICTS 


1/13 

INTRODUCED 

1  /14 

REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/16 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24 

HEARING 

1/25 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28 

2ND  READING  PASSED 

93   1 

1/31 

3RD  READING  PASSED 

96   1 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
2/10   HEARING 
2/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/03   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/03   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   52   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  161   INTRODUCED  BY  PETERSON,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PROPERTY  ZONED  RESIDENTIAL  TO  BE  SO  VALUED 
UNTIL  CHANGE  IN  USE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        74  16 

HB  162   INTRODUCED  BY  PETERSON,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COMMERCIAL  LOG  HAULERS  TO  BE  CLASS  B  MOTOR 
CARRIERS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/28  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  163   INTRODUCED  BY  CAMPBELL,  ET  AL. 

REPEAL  CERTAIN  "NUISANCE"  TAXES:  STORE  LICENSE, 
SLEEPING  CAR,  AND  RURAL  COOP 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  74  23 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  88  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/04   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        21  23 

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4/06  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED  23  21 

4/06  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 

4/10  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED  24  25 

4/10  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED  28  21 

HB  164   INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  OPERATING  VEHICLE  WITH  BROKEN  WINDSHIELD 
OR  WINDOW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/19  HEARING 

1/24  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  165   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  REGISTRATION  OF  OFF-HIGHWAY  VEHICLES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  60  31 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  70  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 
3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    71  16 
3/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/10   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   2 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88  10 

SENATE 
3/21   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/10   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  43   3 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  599   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  166   INTRODUCED  BY  GOOD.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CREDIT  AGAINST  MONTANA  INCOME  TAX  FOR  CARE  OF 

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48 

1 

49 

0 

94 

1 

95 

0 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

ELDERLY  FAMILY  MEMBERS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/09  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/02  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/03  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  83   2 

3/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/07   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/17   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  469   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/08/89 

HB  167   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  DHES,  NOT  BHES,  TO  SET  FEES  FOR  PUBLIC 
WATER  SUPPLY  TESTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/20  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   2 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/09   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   1 
3/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   0 

3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  197   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  168   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE.  ET  AL. 

CERTAIN  SENTENCES  TO  BE  SERVED  CONSECUTIVELY 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  23 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  24  22 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  28  22 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   76   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  169   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  NO  EXPUNGEMENT  OF  RECORD  WHEN  SENTENCE 
IMPOSITION  IS  DEFERRED 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/18  TAKEN  FROM  THE  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  75  22 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  83  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   2 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   1 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  463   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/06/89 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

HB  170   INTRODUCED  BY  HAYNE,  ET  AL. 

MAKE  DISCRETIONARY  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE  DUTIES 
ON  CROP  INSECT  DETECTION  AND  MANAGEMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  63  36 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  68  29 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
2/10   HEARING 
2/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/02   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/03   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/03   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   53   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/07/89 

HB  171   INTRODUCED  BY  SWIFT.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  WRITE-IN  CANDIDATES  TO  FILE  DECLARATION  OF 
INTENT 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  84   9 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  26  13 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        77   0 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   5 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  391   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/30/89 

HB  172   INTRODUCED  BY  SWIFT.  ET  AL. 

MAKE  IT  A  CRIME  TO  PUT  SUBSTANCE  INTO  TREE  OR  WOOD 
TO  HARM  LOGGING  OR  OTHER  EQUIPMENT 

1/13   INTRODUCED 

1/14   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  71  22 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  70  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   3 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   3 

3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  299   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  173   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R.,  ET  AL. 

PHASE  IN  FINANCIAL  IMPACT  TO  SCHOOLS  RESULTING  FROM 
AGGREGATION  OF  ANB 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  79  12 

2/14  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/14  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/20  TAKEN  FROM  COMMITTEE  87  10 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  62  33 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  17 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/29   HEARING 

4/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  573   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  174   INTRODUCED  BY  GRINDE 

PROVIDE  LIFETIME  FISHING  LICENSE  FOR  THE  BLIND 

1/13   INTRODUCED 

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1/14  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED                        94   1 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED                       94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
2/09   HEARING 

2/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

2/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   41   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   2/24/89 

HB  175   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S..  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  DEPOSITS  IN  ANY  STATE 
BANK.  SAVING  &  LOAN,  OR  CREDIT  UNION 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  81  16 

1/25  3RD  READING  PASSED  84  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/26   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/14   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   90   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  176   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S..  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPOSIT  SECURITY  FOR  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  FUNDS 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/19  HEARING 

1/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/2  1  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        89   1 

HB  177   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J.,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  ADMINISTRATIVE  REVIEW  PANEL  FOR  CHIROPRACTIC 
MALPRACTICE  CLAIMS 

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50 

0 

47 

3 

68 

0 

96 

0 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/M  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/03  TAKEN  FROM  THE  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  80  14 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/13   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  262   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  178   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY 

CLARIFY  LAW  MANDATING  REPORTS  OF  SUSPECTED  CHILD 
ABUSE  AND  NEGLECT 

1/13  INTRODUCED 

1/14  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/20  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   79   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  179   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE,  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  2-YEAR  LIMIT  ON  MODIFICATION  OF 
DISSOLUTION,  SEPARATION  DECREE 

1/14   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  85  10 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  88   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/03   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        37   6 

HB  180   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  COUNTY  COMMISSIONERS  TO  EMPLOY 
ATTORNEY  FOR  CIVIL  BUSINESS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   6 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/14   HEARING 

2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  30  11 

3/02   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  33  16 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   58   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  181   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  METHOD  TO  APPROPRIATE  COAL  TAX  PROCEEDS 
AND  TRUST  FUND  EARNINGS  FOR  SCHOOLS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/24  HEARING 

3/08  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  182   INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  DISCONTINUANCE  OF  CITY  STREET  UPON  50% 
LOT  OWNER  PETITION  AND  COUNCIL  VOTE 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   2 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/14   HEARING 

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2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
2/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/02   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79   0 
3/06   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   2 

3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   78   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  183   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH 

INCREASE  TIME  FOR  COUNTY  CLERK  TO  MAKE  ANNUAL  COUNTY 
FINANCIAL  STATEMENT 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  87   7 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/16   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/08   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   0 
3/09   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   6 

3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  177   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  184   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  LAWS  GOVERNING  PATIENT  LABOR  AT  A  MENTAL 
HEALTH  FACILITY 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  185   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  DETENTION  IN  JAIL  PENDING  MENTAL  HEALTH 
COMMITMENT  HEARING 

1/14   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED                       91   3 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED                       95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  360   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  186   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM 

REVISE  FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  RESTITUTION  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE, 
&  PARKS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/19  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   4 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
2/28   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   6 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   7 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  142   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

HB  187   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SALE  OF  MAILING  LISTS  BY  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH, 
WILDLIFE,  AND  PARKS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH,  WILDLIFE, 
&  PARKS 

1/14  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/19  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

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1/26   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        86   7 
1/29   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  188   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH 

REFUND  1988  SURTAX  ON  INDIVIDUAL  INCOME  TAX 

1/14   INTRODUCED 
1/16   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/17   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/23   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/24   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  189   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  SENTENCE  FOR  CERTAIN  INCEST  OFFENDERS 

1/14  INtRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   1 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  174   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  190   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON.  M. 

REVISE  MONTANA  PESTICIDES  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  56  43 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

1/25  REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   5 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

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3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  181   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  191   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  DISTANCE  FOR  BANK-DETACHED  FACILITIES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/25  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  58  35 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  66  30 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/08   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        30  18 

HB  192   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  CIVIL  PENALTIES  FOR  RADIATION  CONTROL 
VIOLATIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED                       91   6 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED                       97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  323   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  193   INTRODUCED  BY  THOFT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  STATE  AID  TO  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

1/16   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  65  30 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  60  35 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/14   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  35   8 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  39  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        54  37 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        55  40 

4/26   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

WITH  LINE  ITEM  VETO 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  670   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  194   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  VENUE  FOR  REVIEW  OF  DECISION  OF 

SUPERINTENDENT  OF  PUBLIC  INSTRUCTION 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  195   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE 

ESTABLISH  TIME  FOR  HEARING  ON  APPEAL  OF  DISMISSAL 
OF  TEACHER 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/16  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/01   HEARING 

2/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   28   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 


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HB  196   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB,  JACOBSON 

ESTABLISH  DOCUMENT  COMPLIANCE  WITH  BIKEWAY 
EXPENDITURE  REQUIREMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/24  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   3 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/14   HEARING 

2/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/02   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   60   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  197   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REVISE  PROCEDURE  FOR  VOLUNTARY  ADMISSION  OF  MINORS 
TO  MENTAL  HEALTH  FACILITY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  86  10 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/11   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/08   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  198   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J. 

AUGMENT  DISCIPLINARY  AUTHORITY  OF  BOARD  OF 
COSMETOLOGISTS  OVER  ELECTROLOGI STS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/23  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        66  21 

HB  199   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J. 

AUTHORIZE  TEMPORARY  LICENSURE  OF  MANICURISTS; 
AUTHORITY  TO  IMPOSE  FINES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/16   INTRODUCED 

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1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   2 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/02   HEARING 

2/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   29   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  200   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 
MONTANA  CHILD  CARE  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/18  HEARING 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  83  16 

3/01  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  65  31 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  64  32 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/13   HEARING 

4/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
4/18   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         24  23 
4/18   RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  29  20 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  16 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/19   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  692 


EFFECTIVE  DATE 
EFFECTIVE  DATE 
EFFECTIVE  DATE 


05/19/89  (S1-5,  17) 

07/01/89  (S13) 

10/01/89  (S6-12.  14-16.  18) 


HB  201   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  JUSTICE  OF  THE  PEACE  OR  OTHER  CITY  JUDGE  TO 
BE  APPOINTED  CITY  JUDGE  OF  TOWN  OR 
THIRD-CLASS  CITY 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/17  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/01  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  99   0 

2/03  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/04   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/16   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  300   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  202   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

INCREASE  CIGARETTE  TAX  TO  PROVIDE  FUNDS  FOR 
VETERANS'  HOME  STUDIES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  HEARING 

3/20  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/21  TAKEN  FROM  COMMITTEE  61  34 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  56  36 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  65  32 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/07   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONCUR  AS  AMENDED  23  23 

MOTION  FAILED  23  23 

4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        24  22 
4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  26  24 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/19   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        59  35 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        60  34 


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4/27 
4/28 
4/28 
5/16 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  681 


EFFECTIVE 
EFFECTIVE 
EFFECTIVE 


DATE 
DATE 
DATE 


07/01/89 
10/01/89 
1 1/01/89 


(SI) 
(S2) 
(S3. 


4) 


HB  203   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

LIMIT  NUMBER  OF  VOTES  A  VOTER  MAY  CAST  IN  AN 
IRRIGATION  DISTRICT  ELECTION 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  204   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

PROVIDE  SOCIAL  AND  REHABILITATION  SERVICES  LIEN  ON, 
RATHER  THAN  SUBROGATION  FOR,  MEDICAL 
ASSISISTANCE  PAID 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 


1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  92 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  90 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 


47 

0 

48 

0 

97 

0 

96 

0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  482   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


4/ 10/89 


HB  205   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  CREATION  OF  STREET  MAINTENANCE  DISTRICTS 
BY  COUNTIES 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 


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1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  53  42 

1/30  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

1/30  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  83  11 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  206   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

SUSPEND  DRIVER'S  LICENSE  FOR  FAILURE  TO  APPEAR/PAY 
FOR  NO  PROOF  OF  INSURANCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   9 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  263   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  207   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 
REVISE  LOTTERY  LAW 

BY  REQUEST  OF  STATE  LOTTERY  COMMISSION 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  67  29 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  60  39 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  35  11 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

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3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        60  34 
3/18   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        66  23 

3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  408   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/03/89 

HB  208   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

ALLOW  PREPAYMENT  OF  PROPERTY  TAXES  BY  HARD-ROCK  MINE 
EXPLORATION  DEVELOPERS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        81  12 

HB  209   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH 

REQUIRE  MORTGAGE  LENDER  TO  ALLOW  BORROWER  TO  SERVICE 
LOAN  LOCALLY 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   2 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/07   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        47   1 

HB  210   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD,  ET  AL. 

DISTRIBUTE  INTEREST  ON  LOTTERY  GROSS  REVENUE  TO 
TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  FUNDS 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/27  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   6 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/07  HEARING 

3/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  206   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  211   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REQUIRE  NURSING  HOME  ADMINISTRATOR  LICENSE  WITH  BA 
DEGREE  AND  FIELD  TRAINING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  82  14 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  76  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   3 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  464   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  212   INTRODUCED  BY  GUTHRIE.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  MAXIMUM  COUNTY  BRIDGE  PROPERTY  TAX  LEVY 

1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/24  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  76  22 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  83  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  41   5 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/1 1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  147   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  213   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  TUITION  WAIVER  FOR  SURVIVORS  OF  POLICE 
OFFICERS  AND  FIREFIGHTERS 

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1/16  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED                       67  30 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  3RD  READING  PASSED                         64  34 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/01   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  214   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH,  C. 

ALLOW  REPRESENTATIVE  PAYEE  TO  RECEIVE  SILICOSIS 
BENEFITS  FOR  CLAIMANT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   69   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  215   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M.,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  INCOME  TAX  CREDIT  TO  PHYSICIANS  &  DENTISTS 
IN  COUNTIES  WITH  SHORTAGE  OF  MEDICAL 
PROFESSIONALS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/25  HEARING 

2/01  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  216   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN 

REQUIRE  BIENNIAL  RATHER  THAN  ANNUAL  AUDIT  OF  HEALTH 
FACILITY  AUTHORITY 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 


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1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  220   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

HB  217   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  STUDENT  TO  BE  NONVOTING  MEMBER  OF  HIGH  SCHOOL 
BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  218   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J. 

REVISE  LAWS  ON  FINANCIAL  INSTITUTIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   3 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  199   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  219   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

CLARIFY  FUNDING  FOR  HIGHWAY  PATROLMEN'S  RETIREMENT 
SYSTEM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   62   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/10/89 

HB  220   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT 

CREATE  MONTANA  VALUE-ADDED  COMMISSION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/23  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/23  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/24  2ND  READING  PASSED  87  12 

1/26  3RD  READING  PASSED  81  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/28   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        40   9 

HB  221   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN ,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  AUTOMOBILE  LIABILITY  INSURANCE  TO  COVER  PERSON 
RATHER  THAN  VEHICLE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/27  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       77  23 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/28  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

1/28  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       36  61 

HB  222   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN 

REVISE  DISCIPLINARY  PROCEDURES  FOR  BARBERS, 
BARBERSHOPS.  SCHOOLS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  BAKBERS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/27  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       71  28 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   2 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   1 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   2 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  465   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  223   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SINGLE  LICENSE  PLATE  ON  DEMONSTRATOR  VEHICLE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  82  14 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
2/16   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  148   EFFECTIVE  DATE:    1/01/90 

HB  224   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  GENERAL  RELIEF  ASSISTANCE  TO  2  MONTHS  FOR 
ABLE-BODIED  PERSONS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/20  HEARING 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

1/24  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        50  48 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  225   INTRODUCED  BY  SQUIRES,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PATIENT  CHOICE  OF  DENTIST  WHEN  RECEIVING 
DENTAL  BENEFITS  IN  HEALTH  INSURANCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/23  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        84   3 
3/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   4 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  265   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  226   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY 

REQUIRE  COAL  TAX  OVERSIGHT  SUBCOMMITTEE  TO  PREPARE 
REPORT  ON  COAL  TAX  TRUST  FUND  USE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   4 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   94   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  227   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

REQUIRE  TRUSTEES  NOTIFY  TENURE  TEACHER  OF  REELECTION 
BY  MAY  1 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/08   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/14  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/03   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/05   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  574   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  228   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

AUTHORIZE  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  TO  ISSUE  SHORT-TERM 
OBLIGATIONS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  HEARING 

1/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  86  10 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  84   8 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  264   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  229   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON 

AUTHORIZE  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  TO  ISSUE  OBLIGATIONS  TO 
FINANCE  ASBESTOS  REMOVAL 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/20  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/08   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  230   INTRODUCED  BY  KIMBERLEY 

REMOVE  REQUIREMENT  FOR  UNIFORM  WAIVER  OF  INDIVIDUAL 
ELEMENTARY  TUITION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/06   HEARING 

2/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   42   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  231   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  D..  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  MOTORCYCLE  RIDER  SAFETY  TRAINING  PROGRAM 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  91 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  92 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        21  21 
3/04   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      23  21 

BILL  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 


3/06 


3/09 
3/1  1 


BILL  RETURNED  TO  SENATE  AT  THEIR  REQUEST 
RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 

TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE  42   8 

2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   2 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   5 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  324 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S1-3,  5-9i 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/90  (S4) 

HB  232   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D.,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FEES  OF  CLERK  OF  DISTRICT  COURT;  IMPOSE  FEE 
FOR  CONCEALED  WEAPON 


1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  89 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  94 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


49   0 
44   0 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  221   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  233   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D.,  ET  AL. 

ALLOCATE  INDIRECT  COSTS  OF  GRANTS  AND  CONTRACTS  TO 
UNIVERSITY  SYSTEM 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   2 

1/28  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

1/28  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   1 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/06   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/ 18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  624   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/90 

HB  234   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FORMULA  FOR  CALCULATING  CERTAIN  BENEFITS 
UNDER  PERS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  70  26 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/07  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  81  11 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/23   3RD  READING  PASSED  89   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/31   HEARING 

3/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

4/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  558   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/15/89 

HB  235   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  PUBLIC  EMPLOYEES  TO  PURCHASE  ADDITIONAL 
SERVICE  UNDER  RETIREMENT  SYSTEM 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/17  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/25  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   9 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  89  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   73   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/13/89 

HB  236   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R.,  ET  AL. 

CONSTITUTIONALLY  DEDICATE  7.5  PERCENT  OF  COAL  TAX  TO 
PUBLIC  SCHOOL  FUND 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       37  54 

HB  237   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R. 

ALLOW  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  CLERK  TO  PUBLISH  BUDGET  NOTICE 
IN  PAPER  OF  WIDEST  CIRCULATION 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/26   HEARING 

1/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/28   REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

2/01   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  99   0 

2/03   3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/04   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/16   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   77   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  238   INTRODUCED  BV  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  INSURANCE  REPORTING  REQUIREMENTS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/08  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  54  45 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  239   INTRODUCED  BV  SIMPKINS,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LICENSURE  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  OCCUPATIONAL 
THERAPISTS  AND  ASSISTANTS 
BV  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  OCCUPATIONAL 
THERAPY  PRACTICE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   5 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  325   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  240   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE  TO  ESTABLISH  ANNUAL 
CONFERENCE  ON  STATE  OF  MONTANA  BUSINESS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/23  HEARING 

1/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  2ND  READING  PASSED  80  16 

1/25  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

1/25  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  HEARING 

3/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/23  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  78  19 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  77  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
4/05   HEARING 

4/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
4/10   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        36   9 

HB  241   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

REQUIRE  MINERS  USING  MINERAL  REPROCESSING  AGENTS 
TO  OBTAIN  PERMIT  FROM  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE 
LANDS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  242   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  PUBLIC 
ASSISTANCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   1 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
2/28   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   0 
3/n   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   1 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  266 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/23/89  ( S9 ,  10) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S1-8) 

HB  243   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE 

PROVIDE  SUPERVISED  WORK  PROGRAMS  AND  SUPPORT 
SERVICES  FOR  DISABLED  PERSONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   6 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
2/28   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   0 
3/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  267 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/23/89  (S6-9) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S1-5) 

HB  244   INTRODUCED  BY  SWIFT.  ET  AL. 
PROTECT  SHOOTING  RANGES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/26  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  81 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  82 


13 
13 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/28  HEARING 

3/08  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/16  HEARING 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

3/23  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED 


37  1  1 


HB  245 


INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI.  ET  AL. 

ISSUE  NEW  LICENSE  PLATES  BEGINNING  JANUARY  1,  1991 


1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  78 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  83 


18 
16 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

3/16  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        45   3 

3/22  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

3/28   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 


90   8 
88  10 


4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  ':'Y  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


4/12 
4/13 


4/  14 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  93   4 

3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   3 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/18   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

5/11   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  654   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/11/89 

HB  246   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON 

REGULATE  ARCHERY  HUNTING;  RESTRICT  ARCHERY  LICENSES 
TO  SPECIAL  SEASON 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  247   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  RATEMAKING  FOR  CERTAIN  LINES  OF  INSURANCE  THAT 
ARE  CONSIDERED  VOLATILE  OR  NONCOMPETITIVE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/24  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/06  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/06  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  58  40 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  56  36 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/28   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  35  10 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/16   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        52  35 
3/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        75  22 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  400 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/01/89  ( S8 .  12) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S1-7.  9-11.  13) 

HB  248   INTRODUCED  BY  MCDONOUGH.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  EXEMPTION  LAWS  RELATING  TO  WAGES,  RETIREMENT 
BENEFITS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  82  16 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  87  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/08  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/09  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/n  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   1 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  301   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

HB  249   INTRODUCED  BY  GLASER,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THE  UNEMPLOYMENT  INSURANCE  TAX 
CONTRIBUTION  APPEALS  PROCESS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  8.  INDUSTRY 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   0 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                    45   0 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                   48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  302   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  250   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  FEE  IN  LIEU  OF  TAX  ON  BOATS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/18  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  251   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  FILING  OF  UNIFORM  COMMERCIAL  CODE  FINANCING 
STATEMENT  FOR  FARM  PRODUCTS 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/24  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   2 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  326   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  252   INTRODUCED  BY  SPRING,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  ACCREDITING  AUTHORITY  FOR  SCHOOLS  OF 
ACUPUNCTURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/23  HEARING 

1/24  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/26  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

1/28  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/30   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  327   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  253   INTRODUCED  BY  SPRING.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  DEFINITION  OF  "UNPROFESSIONAL  CONDUCT"  FOR 
MEDICINE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/25  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   1 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/10   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/n   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  328   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  254   INTRODUCED  BY  THOFT.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  RECITATION  OF  PLEDGE  OF  ALLEGIANCE  IN  THE 
SCHOOLS  OF  THE  DISTRICT 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  41   6 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   MOTION  TO  CONCUR  WITH  AMENDMENTS  ON 

2ND  READING  FAILED  50  50 

3/31   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

SENATE 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

HB  255   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

CUMULATIVE  LIMIT  OF  20  ON  KENO  AND  POKER  MACHINES  IN 
LICENSED  ESTABLISHMENT 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
1/19   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/26   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/26   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  256   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  A  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  TO  IMPOSE  A  LOCAL 
OPTION  LODGING  FACILITY  TAX 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  257   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN 

ALLOW  REALTY  TRANSFER  TAX  FOR  FUNDING  LOCAL  PLANNING 

1/17   INTRODUCED 
1/18   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
1/19   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
1/24   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
1/25   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  258   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  BOARD  OF  TRAMWAY  SAFETY 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  78  20 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   7 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  483   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  259   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

MANDATE  HANDICAPPED  ACCESS  IN  NEW  PUBLIC  BUILDINGS. 
CHURCHES,  AND  RESIDENCES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/20  HEARING 

1/24  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  260   INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK 

PROVIDE  THAT  PERSON  DRIVING  MOTOR  VEHICLE  OR 

COMMERCIAL  MOTOR  VEHICLE  IN  THIS  STATE  WHILE 
LICENSE  IS  SUSPENED  OR  REVOKED  IN  ANY  STATE 
IS  GUILTY  OF  MISDEMEANOR 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26   HEARING 

1/26   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/30   3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
2/03   HEARING 

2/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
2/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

2/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
2/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   30   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  261   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

ACQUIRE  CITY  WATER  SYSTEM  THROUGH  POWER  OF 
CONDEMNATION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/26  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  262   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN 

REVISE  CREDIT  LIFE  AND  CREDIT  DISABILITY 
INSURANCE  LAWS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED  59  39 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED  76  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/06   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
3/07   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 

3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  156   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  263   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  1-YEAR  EXTENSION  OF  REDEMPTION  PERIOD  UPON 
PARTIAL  PAYMENT  OF  DELINQUENT  TAX 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REhERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  264   INTRODUCED  BV  HANNAH.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  COUNTY  JAIL  WORK  PROGRAM  FOR  INMATES 
CONVICTED  OF  NONVIOLENT  CRIME 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/08  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED           60  40 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED                       58  37 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/11   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   2 
3/18   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        83   8 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  361   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  265   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH 

REVISE  AND  REORGANIZE  OPTIONS  FOR  DISPOSITION  OF 
TROUBLED  YOUTHS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

-31  1- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  172   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

HB  266   INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  PROCEEDS  FROM  INCREASED  CIGARETTE  SALES 
TAX  BE  APPROPRIATED  FOR  HEALTH  RESEARCH 
AWARDS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/08  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/28  MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    36  62 

HB  267   INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  CANDIDATE  TO  INCLUDE  PARTY  AFFILIATION  IN 
ELECTION  MATERIALS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/27  HEARING 

1/27  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

1/31  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  57  40 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  54  44 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/11   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        25  19 

HB  268   INTRODUCED  BY  GUTHRIE.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  THE  PENALTY  PROVISIONS  ON  DELINQUENT 
PROPERTY  TAXES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  269   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE.  ET  AL. 

CONSTITUTIONAL  AMENDMENT  TO  LIMIT  STATE  AND  LOCAL 
OPTION  SALES  TAXES 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/14  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/29   2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   42  55 

HB  270   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  ELECTRONIC  BULLETIN  BOARD  IN  EACH  STATE 
GOVERNMENT  DEPARTMENT 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  2ND  READING  PASSED                       99   1 

2/01  3RD  READING  PASSED                       92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/06  HEARING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  44   1 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/  17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  268   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  271   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  SCHOOL  INSTRUCTION  RELATING  TO  ABSTINENCE 
FROM  SEX,  DRUGS,  AND  ALCOHOL 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  272   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  MONTANA  STRIP  AND  UNDERGROUND 
MINE  RECLAMATION  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  273   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  L.,  ET  AL. 

REESTABLISH  AGRICULTURAL  ASSISTANCE  AND  COUNSELING 
PROGRAM;  ALLOWING  FEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  HEARING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/31  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   6 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  269 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  ( S  1 -4  .  6-8) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/91  (S5) 

HB  274   INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS  TO  INVESTIGATE 

USE  OF  EXPLOSIVES  RELATED  TO  HARD-ROCK  MINING 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/27  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  68  27 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  75  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/10   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  31  15 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  36  13 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  443   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  275   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  L.,  ET  AL. 

DELETE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  LIST 
APPROPRIATION  ITEMS  ON  WARRANT 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   RlFERRED  to  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/25  HEARING 

1/26  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   5 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
2/06   HEARING 

2/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
2/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

2/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
2/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
2/22   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
2/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
2/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   43   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  276   INTRODUCED  BY  PATTERSON.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  LIVESTOCK  LAW 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LIVESTOCK 

1/17  INTRODUCbD 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   2 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  166   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

HB  277   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEY.  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  FOR  SUPPORT  AND  PRODUCTION  OF 

PROGRAMMING  AND  MAINTENANCE'  OF  KUSM,  THE  ONLY 
LICENSED  PUBLIC  TELEVISION  STATION  IN  MONTANA 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  66  29 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  59  37 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/14   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  44   5 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  16 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/27   VETOED 

HB  278   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  STATE  AGENCIES  TO  PURCHASE  SUPPLIES  BASED  ON 
ADVERTISED/CATALOG  PRICE 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/18  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED                       93   2 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED                       98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/08  HEARING 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/11  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  329   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  279   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

PROVIDE  LEGISLATIVE  DIRECTION  AND  OVERSIGHT  OF 

MONTANA  JOB  TRAINING  PARTNERSHIP  ACT  PROGRAMS 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  280   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  DEFINITION  OF  "INCOME"  TO  INCREASE 
PROPERTY  TAX  RELIEF 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/19   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/31  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

4/05  HEARING 

4/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/12  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

4/12  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 

4/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  693   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

HB  281   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  NOTARY  PUBLIC  TO  FILE  CERTAIN  INFORMATION 
WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

1/17   INTRODUCED 

1/18   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26   HEARING 

1/26   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/30   3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
1/31   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   70   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  282   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  DETENTION  CENTER  STANDARDS  COMMISSION 

1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/27  HEARING 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  67  33 

2/09  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/09  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED 


50  42 


HB  283 


INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  HUMANE  TREATMENT  OF  FUR  FARM  ANIMALS 


1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/19  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                       64  33 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       61  38 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/14   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  284   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

LICENSE  RADIATION  THERAPY  TECHNOLOGISTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 


1/17 

INTRODUCED 

1/18 

REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/19 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1  /24 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/26 

HEARING 

1/26 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1  /27 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/30 

2ND  READING  PASSED                       99   0 

2/01 

3RD  READING  PASSED                        99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 


HB  285 


INTRODUCED  BY  STEPPLER,  ET  AL. 
UNIFORM  DORMANT  MINERAL  INTERESTS  ACT 


1/17  INTRODUCED 

1/18  REFERR'^'~i  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/23  HEARING 

1/27  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  286   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  JUDGE  IN  JUSTICE'S.  CITY,  OR  MUNICIPAL 
COURT  MAY  IMPOSE  ON  A  SENTENCE  THE  CONDITION 
THAT  DEFENDANT  NOT  USE  OR  CARRY  A  DANGEROUS 
WEAPON 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/02   2ND  READING  PASSED  90   6 

2/04   3RD  READING  PASSED  88   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  31  15 

3/06   3RD  READING  FAILED  21  29 

HB  287   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

LICENSE  MASSAGE  THERAPISTS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        81  15 

HB  288   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  SAILBOARD  USERS  FROM  LIFE  PRESERVER 
REQUIREMENTS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/24  HEARING 

1/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  289   INTRODUCED  BY  JOHNSON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  DONATION  OF  PADDLEFISH  ROE  FOR  CAVIAR 
PRODUCTION 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/24  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  86  11 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

3/02  HEARING 

3/02  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/13  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        46   3 

3/15  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   0 
3/18   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   2 

3/27  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/28  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/29  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/03  SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  409   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  290   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  ICE  FISHING  RESTRICTIONS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/24  HEARING 

1/25  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

1/28  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   4 

1/31  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

3/02  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED     _^  46   1 

3/07  3RD  READING  CONCURRED    "^  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/09   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   3 
3/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   3 

3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  211   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/21/89 

HB  291   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS 

ESTABLISH  RESPONSIBILITY  FOR  PAYMENT  OF  MEDICAL 
EXPENSES  INCURRED  BY  PRISONER  CONFINED  IN 
COUNTY  JAIL 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/17  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  95   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  292   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS 

INCREASE  RATE  AT  WHICH  FINE  IS  PAID  OFF  BY 
IMPRISONMENT  IN  LIEU  OF  PAYMENT 

1/18   INTRODUCED 

1/19   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

-320- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/02  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   8 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/n   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  270   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  293   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  CREDIT  FOR  HOUSEHOLD  AND  DEPENDENT  CARE 
BASED  ON  INTERNAL  REVENUE  CODE 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/20  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

ON  2ND  READING  VERSION 

3/22  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  58  39 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  66  31 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/05   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  294   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  TO  SCHOOL  OF  PHARMACY  TO  MEET 
ACCREDITATION  STANDARDS 

1/18  INTRODUCED 

1/19  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/08  HEARING 

3/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  295   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

CLARIFY  LAW  CONCERNING  ACCESS  TO  JUSTICE  DEPARTMENT 
REPORTS  ON  CAR  ACCIDENTS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/01  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

-321- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/11   2ND  READING  PASSED  74  18 

2/14   3RD  READING  PASSED  83  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   3 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   3 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  486   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  296   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL.  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  TO  INCREASE  SALARIES  FOR  DIRECT 
SERVICE  STAFF  IN  COMMUNITY-BASED 
DEVELOPMENTAL  DISABILITIES  PROGRAM 

1/19   INTRODUCED 

1/20   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  297   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  DISPLAY  OF  LICENSE  PLATE  FOR  THE  YEAR  THE 

VEHICLE  WAS  MANUFACTURED  ON  COLLECTOR'S  ITEM 
MOTOR  VEHICLE 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/26  HEARING 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   2 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/28  HEARING 

3/02  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  150   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  298   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK.  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

CHANGE  TIME  FOR  CLOSING  VOTER  REGISTRATION  BEFORE  AN 
ELECTION 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/04  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        82  13 

HB  299   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY .  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COUNTY  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  SCHOOLS  TO 

ESTABLISH  SINGLE-MEMBER  TRUSTEE  DISTRICTS  IN 
EVERY  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  WITH  40,000 
OR  MORE  RESIDENTS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  HEARING 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/01  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       77  20 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  80  20 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 
3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
3/13   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         38   9 

HB  300   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT.  ET  AL. 

USE  COAL  TAX  FUNDS  IN  ECONOMIC  REVI TALI ZATI ON , 
DIVERSIFICATION,  JOB  CREATION 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/07  TAKEN  FROM  PRINTING 

3/07  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  301   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 

PROVIDE  SUPPLEMENTAL  APPROPRIATIONS  TO  STATE 
AGENCIES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  OFFICE  OF  BUDGET  &  PROGRAM  PLANNING 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  69  29 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  68  28 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 
3/06   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/03   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    92   5 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  87   6 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  77  17 

SENATE 
4/05   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   1 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/12/89 

HB  302   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  MINIMUM  RETIREMENT  BENEFIT  FOR  CERTAIN  GAME 
WARDENS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   9 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/.  4   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  35   4 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  139   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  303   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN ,  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

REQUIRE  SERVICE  STATIONS  TO  PROVIDE  SERVICE  FOR 

REFUELING  OF  VEHICLES  FOR  DISABLED  DRIVERS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/30  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  304   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  MEDICAID  INPATIENT  PSYCHIATRIC  SERVICES  TO 
PERSONS  UNDER  AGE  21 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  89   « 

2/07  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/07  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/13  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/16  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED 

3/17  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED 

3/17  SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE 

OF  THE  WHOLE  REPORT 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

4/05  REREFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

4/06  HEARING 

4/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   7 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        76  21 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        71  26 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  616   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  305   INTRODUCED  BY  RUSSELL.  ET  AL. 

APPOINT  PERSON  KNOWLEDGEABLE  OF  INDIAN  CULTURE  TO 
PROTECTION  TEAM/YOUTH  COMMITTEES 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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63 

29 

46 

46 

50 

44 

52 

45 

61 

36 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/02   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  94   1 

2/04   3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   67   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  306   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL.  ET  AL. 

PREVENT  REVERSION  TO  GENERAL  FUND  OF  CERTAIN 
REGULATORY  TRUST  ACCOUNT  BALANCES 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       34  65 

HB  307   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  NOMINATION  OF  OUTFITTERS  BY  MAIL-IN 
BALLOT 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/21  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  89  10 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  87  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/07   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        30  11 
3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   3 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   6 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  501   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

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HB  308   INTRODUCED  BY  SQUIRES.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  COMMUNITY  PROGRAMS  FOR 
SEVERELY  DISABLED  PERSONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/01  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   0 
3/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  330 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (51-17) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/27/89  (S18.  19) 

HB  309   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON.  M. 

EXTEND  TIME  PERIOD  FOR  TRANSMITTING  MUNICIPAL 
STATEMENT 

1/19   INTRODUCED 

1/20   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/27   HEARING 

1/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
1/31   3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/02   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  222   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  310   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

REVISE  YOUTH  COURT  ACT  PETITION  FILING  TIME  AND 

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HEARING  PROVISIONS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/13  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  98   0 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  271   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  311   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

PROVIDE  FOR  ARBITRATION  OF  LABOR  DISPUTES  BETWEEN 
SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  AND  SCHOOL  TEACHERS 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/OB  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  312   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  CUSTODY  MODIFICATION  STATUTE  TO  DEFINE 
"PRIOR  CUSTODY  DECREE" 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  303   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  313   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  SKIER  RESPONSIBILITY  LAW  TO  ADDRESS  SUPREME 
COURT  DECISION 

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1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   1 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  429   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  314   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R..  ET  AL. 
REVISE  TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  BOARD 

1/19  INTRODUCED 

1/20  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   56   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  315   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  METHOD  OF  ESTABLISHING  SALARIES  FOR  ELECTED 
OFFICIALS  BY  PROVIDING  THAT  '  SALAR I ES  BE 
UNIFORMLY  DETERMINED  BY  COUNTY  GOVERNING  BODY 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 


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HB  316   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

GRANT  CRIME  VICTIM  ACCESS  TO  CONFIDENTIAL  CRIMINAL 
JUSTICE  INFORMATION  CONCERNING  THAT  CRIME 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  317   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  COMPENSATION  USED  IN  CALCULATION  OF  AVERAGE 
FINAL  COMPENSATION  WHEN  MEMBER  OF  TEACHERS' 
RETIREMENT  SYSTEM  RECEIVES  SUBSTANTIAL 
INCREASE  IN  COMPENSATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  BOARD 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  331   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  318   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

INCREASE  MAXIMUM  PENALTY  FOR  TRANSPORTI NG/ I NTERR I NG 
DEAD  BODY  WITHOUT  PERMIT 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/30  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  77  22 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  78  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/29   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  487   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  319   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

AUTHORIZE  HEALTH  DEPARTMENT  TO  PRESCRIBE  TIME  FOR 
FILING  DEATH  CERTIFICATE 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/23  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/30  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   3 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/29   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  502   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  320   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  TO  SUPREME  COURT  FOR  IMPROVEMENT 
FUNDING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  JUDICIARY  COMMITTEE 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/23  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  80  16 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/10   HEARING 

4/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  35  12 

4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  39   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89 

HB  321   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

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REQUIRE  UNIFORM  COMMERCIAL  CODE  FINANCING  STATEMENTS 
TO  INCLUDE  SOCIAL  SECURITY  NUMBER  OR  TAX 
IDENTIFICATION  NUMBER  OF  THE  DEBTOR 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   2 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  304   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  322   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON.  R. 

REVISE  PREMIUM  REDUCTION  AND  ELIGIBILITY  TIME  IN 
MATURE  DEFENSIVE  DRIVER  ACT 

1/20   INTRODUCED 

1/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  323   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

REDEFINE  "EMPLOYER"  IN  HUMAN  RIGHTS  STATUTES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/31  HEARING 

2/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  324   INTRODUCED  BY  DAVIS,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  CLERK  TO  TRANSFER  AMONG  ITEMS 
IN  SCHOOL  BUDGET 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/14   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        45   2 

HB  325   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS,  ET  AL. 

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EXPAND  DUTIES  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

REGARDING  ALLOCATION  OF  SPACE  FOR  AGENCIES 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/23  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   0 

3/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/21  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

4/05  HEARING 

4/06  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

4/10  HEARING 

4/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/12  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 

4/15  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

4/17  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/19  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  655   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  326   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  PARALEGALS.  LAW  ASSISTANTS.  AND  STUDENTS 
FROM  PRIVATE  INVESTIGATOR  LAW 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   6 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCUhiRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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49 

0 

39 

1  1 

88 

2 

86 

7 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  332   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  327   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO.  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  PRIMARY  TERM  OF  STATE  OIL  AND  GAS  LEASES 
AFFECTED  BY  LITIGATION 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/20  INTRODUCED 

1/21  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/27  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   1 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  272   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  328   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M.,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  NURSING  SCHOOL  FACULTY  REQUIREMENTS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/03  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  329   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  FUNDS  FOR  AN  UPPER  CLARK  FORK  RIVER 
BASIN  COORDINATOR 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  90   5 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  26 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/10   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  37  10 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  35  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

-334- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89 

HB  330   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  J. 

INCREASE  DISTRICT  COURT  FEES — PROCEEDS  GO  TO  COUNTY 
DISTRICT  COURT  FUND 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  331   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  MOIOR  VEHICLE  REREGI STRATION  ANNIVERSARY 
DATE  IS  LAST  DAY  OF  MONTH 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   64   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  332   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL . 

GENERALLY  REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  AUTHORITY  OF  BOARD  OF 
TRUSTEES  OF  EACH  COMMUNITY  COLLEGE  RELATING 
TO  COLLEGE  PROPERTY  AND  FINANCE 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  488   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  333   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM.  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  $1  MILLION  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  QUALITY 

PROTECTION  FUND  FOR  EXPENDITURES  RELATING  TO 
RELEASES  OF  HAZARDOUS  SUBSTANCES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   3 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  83  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/13   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  39  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79  11 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79  14 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  675   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  334   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  DRIVER'S  LICENSE  SUSPENSION  EFFECTIVE  UNTIL 
$50  FEE  PAID 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   9 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  23  20 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  31  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

-336- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   55   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  335   INTRODUCED  BY  HAYNE,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  RESIDENT  WHO  IS  A  WAR  VETERAN  TO  RECEIVE  FREE 
UNIVERSITY  TUITION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   5 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  336   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

PROHIBIT  DISCRIMINATION  IN  HOUSING  AGAINST  PERSONS 
WITH  CHILDREN 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  57  24 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  69  29 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        48   0 
3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  33  16 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        71  27 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        71  27 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  503   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  337   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  SPEED  LIMITS  AND  SCHEDULE  OF  FINES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

-337- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/30   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31   HEARING 

2/14   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  338   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  VOLUNTEER  FIRE  CHIEFS  FROM  MAKING  FIRE 
INSPECTIONS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  339   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS 

PROVIDE  FOR  PAYMENT  OF  DOMICILIARY  CARE  AS  WORKERS' 
COMPENSATION  BENEFIT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/07   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  340   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE 

CLARIFY  CITY  OR  TOWN  FIREWORKS  AUTHORITY 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  TAKEN  FROM  PRINTING 

2/02  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  83   8 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  15 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

(HOUSE  REQUESTED  RETURN  OF  BILL  FOR  PURPOSE 
OF  CORRECTLY  PRINTING  3RD  READING  COPY.) 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  AT  HOUSE  REQUEST 
3/06   2ND  READING  PASSED  85  10 

3/08   3RD  READING  PASSED  89   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/09   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

-338- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  410   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/03/89 

HB  341   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK 

REVISE  SMALL  TRACT  FINANCING  ACT  TO  APPLY  UP  TO  30 
ACRES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/27  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  82  15 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  75  17 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


48 
50 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  114   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


HB  342   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO.  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  USE  OF  RIMFIRE  AMMUNITION  IN  HUNTING  OF 
GAME  ANIMALS 


1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/31  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED 


72  23 
74  24 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


30  1  1 
37  13 


HB  343 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/17   VETOED 

INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN.  S..  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  FOOD  ESTABLISHMENTS'  LICENSES;  INCREASE 

-339- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

LICENSE  FEES 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/04  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       35  62 

HB  344   INTRODUCED  BY  NISBET,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  MONTANA  SCHOOL  FOR  DEAF  AND  BLIND  LAW 

1/2  1  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/01  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  392   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  345   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  FACSIMILE  COPIES  OF  CERTAIN  DOCUMENTS  TO  BE 
FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE  PENDING  FILING 
OF  ORIGINAL  DOCUMENT  WITHIN  5  DAYS 
BY  REOUEST  OF  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  80   9 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/06   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRtU  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   0 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   1 

3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  273   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  346   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  FROM  REQUIREMENT  TO  PROVIDE 
SMOKING  AREAS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/03  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  61  34 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  65  32 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/03  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED         21  21 

3/15  MOTION  FAILED  TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE  21  21 

3/16  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  29  16 

3/18  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  26  22 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79  17 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        84  14 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  466   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  347   INTRODUCED  BY  SMITH.  C. 

REVISE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

1/31  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  100   Q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/02   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  333 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (1-12,  14) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/27/89  (S13.  15.  16) 

HB  348   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS 

GENERALLY  REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  OCCUPATIONAL 
DISEASE  TO  CLARIFY  THE  MEDICAL  PANEL 
EXAMINATION  AND  HEARING  PROCESSES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  DIVISION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/02   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  162   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  349   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

DESIGNATE  SEIZING  LAW  ENFORCEMENT  AGENCY  AS  ENTITY 
THAT  HOLDS  AND  DISPOSES  OF  SEIZED  PROPERTY 
THAT  WAS  UiED  TO  VIOLATE  DRUG  LAWS 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   3 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

-342- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  489   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  350   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SENTENCING  COURT  TO  ORDER  AN  OFFENDER  WHO  IS 
REQUIRED  TO  MAKE  RESTITUTION  TO  PAY  COST  OF 
SUPERVISING  THE  MAKING  OF  RESTITUTION 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/24  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  490   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  351   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  THE  CRIMINAL  OFFENSE  OF  POSSESSION  OF  A 
SAWED-OFF  RIFLE  OR  SHOTGUN 

1/21  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  78  13 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  15 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  334   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  352   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLIOTT,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  REMOVAL  OF  CONSERVATION  DISTRICT  SUPERVISOR 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/27  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  97   0 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  223   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  353   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  A  COMMITTEE  ON  STATE  EMPLOYEE  COMPENSATION 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  85   7 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/07  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/21  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  354   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  POSTSECONDARY  EDUCATION  STUDY  COMMITTEE 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/23  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   6 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 
3/02   HEARING 

4/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  29  17 

4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  12 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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4/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  632   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  355   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  INSURERS  TO  INVEST  IN  OBLIGATIONS  OF  AFRICAN 
DEVELOPMENT  BANK 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/08  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  82  16 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/18   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  39   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  411   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/03/89 

HB  356   INTRODUCED  BY  PHILLIPS,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  USE  OF  DOGS  IN  HUNTING  OF  LYNX 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       38  60 

HB  357   INTRODUCED  BY  PHILLIPS 

REVISE  SALARY  SCHEDULE  FOR  CERTAIN  STATE  OFFICERS 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  358   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLIOTT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  RIGHT  TO  AGRICULTURAL  DEBT  MEDIATION  IN  GOOD 
FAITH 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/02  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/M  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       47  51 

HB  359   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB,  ET  AL. 

EXCLUDE  SAND  AND  GRAVEL  FROM  RESOURCES  INDEMNITY 
TRUST  TAX 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  360   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  THE  MONTANA  MINT  COMMITTEE 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  84  13 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  86   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  182   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  361   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  BUDGET  AMENDMENTS;  AUTHORIZE 
FIRE  SUPPRESSION  COSTS  BE  A  GENERAL  FUND 
BUDGET  AMENDMENT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        60  38 

HB  362   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D. 

ALLOW  STATE  TO  ACCEPT  FEDERALLY  CONDEMNED  LAND 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

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1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   A 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
3/13   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  274   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  363   INTRODUCED  BY  LEE,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  REPAIRS  TO  A  COMMON  EASEMENT;  PROVIDE 
FOR  REPAIRS  OF  PRIVATE  ROADS 

1/23   INTRODUCED 

1/24   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/02   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  364   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON.  R.,  ET  AL. 

EXPAND  SCHOOL  IMMUNIZATION  REQUIREMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/06  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   2 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

3/06  REREFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/10  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/14  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   2 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/12  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  97   1 

4/14   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/18   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  644   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  365   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  ALL  COUNTIES  TO  AWARD  SEPARATE  PRINTING 
CONTRACTS 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/01  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  85   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  305   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  366   INTRODUCED  BY  STANG 

PROVIDE  THAT  5  PERCENT  OF  FEES  COLLECTED  BY  COUNTY 
TREASURER  FOR  DRIVER'S  LICENSES  AND 
ENDORSEMENTS  ARE  TO  BE  DEPOSITED  IN  COUNTY 
GENERAL  FUND 

1/23  INTRODUCED 

1/24  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/07  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/09  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/n  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  275   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  367   INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  FUNDS  FROM  WATER  DEVELOPMENT  ACCOUNTS  TO  BE 
USED  TO  PROTECT  STATE'S  INTEREST  IN  PROPERTY 
FOR  WHICH  WATER  DEVELOPMENT  LOAN  WAS  SECURED; 
CREATE  WATER  DEVELOPMENT  LOAN  LOSS  RESERVE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   4 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/08   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   2 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  491   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/11/89 

HB  368   INTRODUCED  BY  COCCHI ARELLA .  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  IHAT  CONVICTION  OF  NEGLIGENT  VEHICULAR 

ASSAULT  IS  GROUNDS  FOR  MANDATORY  REVOCATION 
OF  DRIVER'S  LICENSE  AND  12  CONVICTION  POINTS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   2 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  335   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  369   INTRODUCED  BY  COCCHI ARELLA .  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  SENTENCE  DEFERRAL  FOR  PERSON  GUILTY  OF  0.10 
ALCOHOL  CONCENTRATION 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/02  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  370   INTRODUCED  BY  COCCHI ARELLA ,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  MEAL  REIMBURSEMENT  FOR  STATE  EMPLOYEES 
WHILE  TRAVELING  IN-STATE 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  51  49 

2/07  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/07  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/15  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  68  19 

3/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  73  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/29   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  27  12 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  35  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        65  31 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        58  39 

4/08  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/10  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/13  VETOED 

HB  371   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

EXTEND  REDEMPTION  PERIOD  ON  CERTAIN  PROPERTIES  FROM 

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18  MONTHS  TO  24  MONTHS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/01  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   8 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
2/10   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  372   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD.  ET  AL. 

DEFINE  CRITERIA  TO  DETERMINE  ELECTION  RESULTS 

RELATING  TO  ISSUANCE  OF  COUNTY  AND  MUNICIPAL 
OBLIGATION  BONDS  AS  FACTOR  OF  PERCENT  VOTING 
IN  RELATION  TO  PERCENT  VOTING  IN  FAVOR 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/10  2ND  READING  PASSED  70  24 

2/13  3RD  READING  PASSED  68  29 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/14   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  336   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  373   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  NUMBER  OF  REIMBURSABLE  ROUND  TRIPS  FOR 
LEGISLATORS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  TAKEN  FROM  PRINTING 

2/21  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  74  16 

3/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/21  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/29  HEARING 

3/29  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/31  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  36  14 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   VETOED 

HB  374   INTRODUCED  BY  PECK,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  TIME  PERIOD  FOR  COMPUTATION  OF  AVERAGE 
NUMBER  BELONGING 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  66  31 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  70  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        80   6 
3/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   2 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  337   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  375   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

ALLOW  CONSOLIDATION  OF  RURAL  FIRE  DISTRICTS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/16   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   0 
3/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
''     3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  338   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  376   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  HOME  SCHOOL  PUPILS  TO  PARTICIPATE  IN  CERTAIN 
PUBLIC  SCHOOL  ACTIVITIES 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/27  HEARING 

1/30  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  377   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

REQUIRE  NOTICE  WHETHER  HEALTH  CARE  PROVIDER  ACCEPTS 
MEDICARE  ASSIGNMENT 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/01  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  87  10 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  84  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/07   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  306   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  378   INTRODUCED  BY  SQUIRES.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PROGRAM  TO  REHABILITATE  NURSES  IMPAIRED  BY 
DRUGS  OR  ALCOHOL 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   5 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   8 


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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  430   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  379   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLIOTT,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  EQUIPMENT  THAT  MAY  BE  USED  BY  ARCHERS  IN 
HUNTING  GAME  ANIMALS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/02  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        86   6 

HB  380   INTRODUCED  BY  REHBERG,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  REVIEW  CRITERIA  IN  SUBDIVISION  AND 
PLATTING  ACT 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/03  HEARING 

2/08  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  381   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  INSURANCE  COVERAGE  FOR  PHENYLKETONURIA 
FORMULA 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/06  HEARING 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  80   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/08   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/09   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   80   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  382   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN.  S.,  ET  AL. 

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PROVIDE  THAT  IT  IS  A  VIOLATION  FOR  A  HEALTH  CARE 
PROVIDER  TO  REFUSE  MEDICARE  ASSIGNMENTS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/27  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  383   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON,  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  THE  HUNTING  LICENSING  STATUTES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH.  WILDLIFE, 
&  PARKS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   7 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  431   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  384   INTRODUCED  BY  SPRING,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  A  LOCAL  AGENCY  OR  SPECIAL  DISTRICT  IS 
NOT  REQUIRED  TO  CONTRACT  FOR  ARCHITECTURAL, 
ENGINEERING,  AND  LAND  SURVEYING  SERVICES  THAT 
DUPLICATE  SERVICES  ALREADY  PERFORMED 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/02  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  385   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON,  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  HIGHWAY  LAND  TO  YELLOWSTONE  COUNTY  FOR  ZOO 
AND  BOTANICAL  GARDENS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  71  29 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  69  20 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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2/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/09  HEARING 

3/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  307   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

HB  386   INTRODUCED  BY  KNAPP,  ET  AL. 

DIVIDE  LIABILITY  FOR  TAXES  ON  PERSONAL  PROPERTY 
SOLD  UNDER  THE  BANKRUPTCY  LAWS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/07   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  387   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  CONSTITUTION  TO  MAKE  HOUSE  MEMBER  TERM  FOUR 
YEARS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  85  13 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  NOT  CONCURRED  15  32 

3/14   SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE 

OF  THE  WHOLE  REPORT  41   5 

3/15   REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  388   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER 

AUTHORIZE  ROAD  IMPROVEMENT  DISTRICTS  FOR  NON-COUNTY 
PUBLIC  ROADS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  88   3 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   6 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/02   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/n   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   2 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   3 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  308   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  389   INTRODUCED  BY  CAMPBELL.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  DEFINITION  OF  PRACTICE  OF  PRACTICAL  NURSING 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/03  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   4 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  100   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/10   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/27   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED  17  21 

3/29   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  31  17 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  16 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  504   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  390   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH.  ET  AL. 

GENERALLY  REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  CRIMINAL  SALE  OF 

DANGEROUS  DRUGS;  PROVIDE  FOR  MANDATORY  2-YEAR 
PRISON  SENTENCE  FOR  SALE  OF  COCAINE 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

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3/22   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  575   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  391   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  USE  OF  PENALTIES  AND  INTEREST  ACCOUNT  FOR 
DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  PROGRAMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR  &  INDUSTRY 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   5 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/02   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/20  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  92   2 

3/31   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  94   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/04   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  600   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/21/89 

HB  392   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  ANNUAL  REGISTRATION  DATE  FOR  MOTOR  HOMES  AND 
TRAVEL  TRAILERS  FROM  JANUARY  1  TO  MAY  1 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

2/06  REMOVED  FROM  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   1 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/14  REREFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/16  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  146   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  393   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  PENALTY  FOR  A  PERSON  BETWEEN  18  AND  21  WHO 
POSSESSES  AN  ALCOHOLIC  BEVERAGE 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/25  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       51  45 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       68  28 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  412   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

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HB  394   INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK 

CLARIFY  INFORMATION  THAT  MAY  BE  RELEASED  ON  DRIVING 
RECORD  OF  ANOTHER 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED                       74  18 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED                       84  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   6 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   2 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  467   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  395   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY 

GRANT  PRESCRIPTIVE  AUTHORITY  TO  NURSE  SPECIALISTS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/03  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   3 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  444   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  396   INTRODUCED  BY  DAVIS.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PROVISIONS  CONCERNING  SPEECH  PATHOLOGISTS 
AND  AUDIOLOGISTS 

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BV  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  SPEECH  PATHOLOGISTS  AND 
AUDIOLOGISTS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/01  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   1 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  413   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  397   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

CLARIFY  NAME  CHANGE  FOR  WESTERN  MONTANA  COLLEGE  OF 
THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  MONTANA 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  REGENTS  OF  HIGHER  EDUCATION 
AND  COMMISSIONER  OF  HIGHER  EDUCATION 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/30  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  23 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  73  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  224   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

HB  398   INTRODUCED  BY  WESTLAKE.  ET  AL. 

FUND  GENETIC  ENGINEERING  RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT  AT 
MSU;  CREATE  ACCOUNT 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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2/06  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   4 

2/09  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/09  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   7 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  17 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/22  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

4/05  REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

4/07  HEARING 

4/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/15  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        22  22 

4/15  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      12  33 

4/17  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  30  16 

4/19  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  36  14 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  686 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S2) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (SI) 

HB  399   INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  WATER  USE  LAWS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  93   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  432   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  400   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT 

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CREATE  CENTENNIAL  SCHOLARSHIP  PROGRAM 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/30  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/1 1  2ND  READING  PASSED  66  27 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        52  46 

HB  401   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D..  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  PROBATION  AND  PAROLE  OFFICERS  TO  CARRY 
FIREARMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  INSTITUTIONS 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  82   7 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   3 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   RETURNED  WITH  LINE  ITEM  VETO 
4/21   MOTION  FAILED  TO  OVERRIDE 

LINE  ITEM  VETO  52  47 

5/03   FILED  WITH  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  639   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  402   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  J.,  ET  AL. 

CONTINUE  FUNDING  FOR  SHODAIR  GENETICS  PROGRAM 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED                        83  13 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED                       87  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
2/15   REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/02   HEARING 

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3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   6 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/  1  1   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  155   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  403   INTRODUCED  BY  ELLISON,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  STATE  FUNDING  FOR  DEVELOPMENT  OF  SHOOTING 
RANGES 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  404   INTRODUCED  BY  KELLER,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  DUI  FIRST  OFFENSE  PENALTY;  ESTABLISH 
FOURTH  DUI  CONVICTION  AS  FELONY 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  405   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  BONDING  OR  EQUIVALENT  IN  LICENSING 
WAREHOUSEMAN  OR  COMMODITY  DEALER 

1/24  INTRODUCED 

1/25  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/01  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  157   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

HB  406   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD.  ET  AL. 

DEFINE  "BROKER"  OF  MOTOR  VEHICLES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  393   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  407   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY ,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FILING  OF  CAMPAIGN  REPORTS 

BY  REQUEST  OF  COMMISSIONER  OF  POLITICAL  PRACTICES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED                       59  34 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED                       63  32 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  30  18 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  339   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  408   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  CERTAIN  LIQUOR  REVENUE  BE  DEPOSITED 
IN  ENTERPRISE  FUND 

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BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  225   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  409   INTRODUCED  BY  GOOD.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  ATTORNEY-CLIENT  PRIVILEGE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        85   0 
3/13   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   1 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  276   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  410   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  A  $1  MOTOR  VEHICLE  FEE  FOR  LOCAL  AIR 
POLLUTION  PROGRAMS 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        52  47 


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HB  411   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  J. 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  TO  ESTABLISH  AND 
ADMINISTER  SICK  LEAVE  FUND 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  414   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  412   INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION'S  CUSTODIAL 
DUTIES  IN  CAPITOL  AREA 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  83  12 

2/10  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/07  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/14  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/16  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/18  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  362   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  413   INTRODUCED  BY  WESTLAKE.  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  AND 

CONSERVATION'S  AUTHORITY  TO  APPLY  TO  DISTRICT 
COURT  FOR  A  WATER  COMMISSIONER 


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1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  63  34 

2/08  3RD  READING  FAILED  49  51 

2/08  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 

2/08  TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

2/08  REREFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   2 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   1 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   2 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/05   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  468   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/06/89 

HB  414   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

REVISE  PENALTIES  FOR  POSSESSION  OF  DRUGS  AND  ALCOHOL 
BY  MINORS  AND  OTHERS 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  415   INTRODUCED  BY  PATTERSON.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  HAND-HELD  TOOLS,  ETC.,  FROM  PROPERTY  TAXATION 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  89   5 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/29   HEARING 

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3/31   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/01   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

4/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/06   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   5 
4/07   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   7 

4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/17   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  576   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  416   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN,  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  OWNERSHIP  OF  THE  WEST 
YELLOWSTONE  AIRPORT  BE  TRANSFERRED  TO  A 
LOCAL  PUBLIC  ENTITY 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  86  11 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  226   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/22/89 

HB  417   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  A  TOUR  BOAT  ENDORSEMENT  TO  A  RESORT 
ALL-BEVERAGES  LICENSE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED            91   4 

2/09  3RD  READING  PASSED                       97   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/10   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  149   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

HB  418   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE.  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  EXPENDITURE  OF  BED  TAX  MONEY  TO  BUSINESSES 
SUBJECT  TO  MONTANA  TAXES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  419   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  OVERSIZE  LOADS  FOR  CERTAIN  HAY-HAULING 
VEHICLES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   2 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  340   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  420   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  THE  TAX  INCENTIVE  FOR  ALCOHOL  USED  IN 
GASOHOL 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  86   7 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  80  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/30  HEARING 

3/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/03  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/05  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   2 
4/n   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   1 

4/18   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  593   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  421   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  R..  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  POSTRETIREMENT  ADJUSTMENT  FOR  CERTAIN 
RETIRED  PUBLIC  EMPLOYEES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   3 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/01   HEARING 

3/01   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  115   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  422   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

AMEND  LIVING  WILL  ACT  AS  TO  PEOPLE  WHO  MAY  WITHHOLD 
LIFE-SUSTAINING  PROCEDURE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   5 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  kEPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

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3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   2 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   3 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  475   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/08/89 

HB  423   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  PERMIT  SYSTEM  FOR  TRANSPORTATION  OF  SHEEP 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   3 

2/11  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/13   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  175   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  424   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY 

REQUIRE  TREASURER  TO  ACKNOWLEDGE  SIGNATURES 

1/25   INTRODUCED 

1/26   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/02   HEARING 

2/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/07   3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/16   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   0 
3/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 


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3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  363   EFFECTIVE  DATE; 


3/29/89 


HB  425 


INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 
PROVIDE  STRICTER  QUI  PENALTIES 


1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  87  11 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   8 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/18  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMtNTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 


28 

13 

29 

20 

97 

1 

94 

3 

4/05   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  476   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


HB  426   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN.  ET  AL. 

MAKE  PERMANENT  THE  AVICULTURAL  PERMIT  SYSTEM  FOR 
TAKING  MIGRATORY  GAME  BIRDS 


1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED 


96   0 
96   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/07   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


49 
43 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  227   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


3/22/89 


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HB  427   INTRODUCED  BY  DAVIS.  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  PERSONNEL  AT  SCHOOL  FOR  THE  DEAF  AND  BLIND 
FROM  LAW  ON  STATE  LEAVE 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

1/26  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/18  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        73   3 

HB  428   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH,  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  CAMPAIGN  REPORTING  TO  SECRETARY  OF  STATE — 
FULL  DISCLOSURE  ACT 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/08  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        77  19 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  429   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  PERSONAL  REPRESENATI VES  AND  TRUSTEES  TO 

INVEST  IN  U.S.  OBLIGATIONS  THROUGH  INVESTMENT 
COMPANIES 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   1 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  145   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  430   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  CERTAIN  FINANCIAL  INSTITUTIONS  TO  INVEST 
IN  U.S.  OBLIGATIONS  THROUGH  INVESTMENT 
COMPANIES 

1/25   INTRODUCED 

1/26   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/n  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   1 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  137   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  431   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  REGARDING  INVESTMENT  OF  PUBLIC  FUNDS 
AND  SECURITY  FOR  DEPOSITS 

1/25  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  83   9 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/27  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/03  HEARING 

3/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/09   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   2 
3/10   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   2 

3/15   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/16   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  201   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  432   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  ARE  AUTHORIZED  TO 
SERVE  GIFTED  AND  TALENTED  STUDENTS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/06  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   4 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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26 

22 

31 

18 

98 

0 

96 

1 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/08   REREFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

3/28   MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
3/28   MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
3/28   MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/11   RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

ON  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS  95   3 

DIED  IN  PROCESS 

HB  433   INTRODUCED  BY  BACHINI,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  A  STATE  HISTORIC  SITES  SYSTEM  IMPROVEMENT 
COMMISSION 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  20 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  434   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  TELECOMMUNICATIONS  CONTRACTS  ARE  NOT 
INSURANCE  CONTRACTS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/31  HEARING 

2/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  100   0 

2/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/07   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  34  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  435   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  COUNTY  ELECTORS  TO  REMOVE  TAX  FREEZE  FOR 
TAXING  UNITS  IN  COUNTY 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/03  HEARING 

3/10  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  436   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

ALLOW  RURAL  FIRE  DISTRICT  TO  CONTRACT  WITH  PRIVATE 
PARTIES  WITHIN  CITY  LIMITS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        78  18 

HB  437   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  SCOPE  OF  PODIATRY  PRACTICE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        99   0 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  484   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  438   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD,  ET  AL. 

EXTEND  HOSPITAL  STAFF  PRIVILEGES  TO  OSTEOPATHS  AND 
PODIATRISTS 

1/26   INTRODUCED 

1/26   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  309   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  439   INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK 

ESTABLISH  A  2  PERCENT  BIDDING  PREFERENCE  FOR  LOCAL 
BIDDERS  IN  COUNTY.  CITY.  SCHOOL,  COMMUNITY 
COLLEGE.  AND  SOME  DISTRICT  PURCHASING  LAWS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  73  18 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  15 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/07   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/11   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        42   1 

HB  440   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  D..  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  1  PERCENT  LONGEVITY  PAY  FOR  COUNTY  SHERIFF 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED                        79  19 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED                       80  17 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/14   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   3 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   3 

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4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  505   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  441    INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN 

PROVIDE  THAT  PROPERTY  OWNERS  ARE  RESPONSIBLE  FOR 

PAYMENT  OF  MUNICIPAL  WATER  AND  SEWER  SERVICES 
TO  THEIR  PREMISES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  442   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK 

PROVIDE  THAT  FINES,  FORFEITURES,  AND  PENALTIES 

IMPOSED  BY  STATE  TAX  LAWS  BE  DEPOSITED  IN 
THE  COUNTY  GENERAL  FUND 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/26  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        84   9 

HB  443   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  MORE  THAN  ONE  CONSTABLE  FOR  EACH  JUSTICE  COURT 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/n  2ND  READING  PASSED  85   5 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/1 1   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  228   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  444   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  J. 

PROVIDE  TAX  CHECKOFF  FOR  THE  LEGACY  LEGISLATURE 

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1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED                       66  24 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED                       71  22 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/17   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   3 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        75  21 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        78  20 

4/08  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/10  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/10  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/14  VETOED 

HB  445   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  CRIMINAL  SALE  OR  POSSESSION  OF  DANGEROUS 
DRUGS  ON  OR  NEAR  SCHOOL  PROPERTY 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  446   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  COMMISSION  FOR  LOTTERY  SALES  AGENTS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/14  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  66  29 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  66  29 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        67  22 

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3/M   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        66  32 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  342   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  447   INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  LIMITS  ON  STORAGE  OF  SMOKELESS  POWDER 
AND  SMALL  ARMS  PRIMERS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

2/07  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/17  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  82  12 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 
3/21   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   2 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   1 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  506 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/01/90 

(CONTINGENT  UPON  ADOPTION  OF  UNIFORM 

FIRE  CODE  CHANGES) 

HB  448   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  POSSESSION  OF  25-YEAR-OLD  SLOT  MACHINES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   1 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  364   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  449   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  SPECIAL  EDUCATION 
COOPERATIVES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED                       93   0 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED                       97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/17   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/OB   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   0 
3/15   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   0 

3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  343   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  450   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  A  CITY  OR  TOWN  DOES  NOT  HAVE  EXTRA- 
TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION  TO  REGULATE  THE 
DISCHARGE  OF  FIREARMS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/27  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--bILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  55  27 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  70  27 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/17  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/28  REREFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  23  16 

3/22  3RD  READING  FAILED  18  31 

HB  451   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  STANDARD  DEDUCTION  IN  ADDITION  TO  DEDUCTION 
FOR  HOUSE  AND  DEPENDENT  CARE 

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1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

MB  452   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  THE 
STATE  MEDICAID  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   1 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 

3/10  HEARING 

3/22  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

4/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/08  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    98   0 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88   3 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  93   0 

SENATE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   1 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

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4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  711   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/22/89 

HB  453   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  MEDICAID  ELIGIBILITY  REQUIREMENTS  TO  CONFORM 
WITH  FEDERAL  LAW 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   5 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  310 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  03/24/89  (S4-6) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S1-3) 

HB  454   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  APPEAL  OF  GUILTY  PLEA  TO  DISTRICT  COURT 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  HEARING 

1/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  85  12 

2/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  88   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/13   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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50 

0 

50 

0 

88 

0 

95 

1 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  277   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  455   INTRODUCED  BY  ZOOK ,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  APPROVAL  OF  A  TUITION  AGREEMENT  FOR  AN 

ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  PUPIL  WHO  LIVES  MORE  THAN  3 
MILES  FROM  A  SCHOOL  OF  PUPIL'S  RESIDENT 
ELEMENTARY  DISTRICT  AND  THE  SCHOOL  THE  PUPIL 
WISHES  TO  ATTEND  IS  LESS  DISTANT 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/06  HEARING 

2/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  64  28 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  78  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   2 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   4 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  492   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/11/89 

HB  456   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMPKINS.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  ONE-HALF  OF  PERSONAL  PROPERTY  AND 

MOBILE  HOME  TAXES  ARE  DUE  ON  MAY  31  AND  ONE- 
HALF  DUE  ON  NOVEMBER  30  IN  ASSESSMENT  YEAR 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/31  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  457   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN ,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  TAXATION  OF  OLDER  MOTOR  VEHICLES 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/27  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  458   INTRODUCED  BY  PECK.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  PARENTS'  RIGHTS  REGARDING  THE  BIRTH  OF  A 
BABY;  EXEMPT  DIRECT-ENTRY  MIDWIVES  FROM  THE 
MEDICAL  PRACTICE  ACT 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/06  HEARING 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  CORRECTED  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

AS  AMENDED 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  74  25 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  75  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  8.  SAFETY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        39  10 
3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/30   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        74  24 
3/31   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88  10 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  493   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/11/89 

HB  459   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J,,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  JURIES  OF  LESS  THAN  12  IN  FELONY  ACTIONS  IF 
PARTIES  AGREE 

1/26  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  86   7 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   92   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  460   INTRODUCED  BY  HAYNE 

ALLOW  COUNTY  COMMISSIONS  TO  HEAR  APPEAL  ON  CREATION 
OF  NEW  HIGH  SCHOOL 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/09   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        67  31 

HB  461    INTRODUCED  BY  REAM,  ET  AL. 

ENCOURAGE  WATER  DEVELOPMENT  PROJECTS  OR  PROGRAMS 
THAT  IMPROVE  EFFICIENCY 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/01  HEARING 

2/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/08   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  116   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  462   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  COMPREHENSIVE  STATE  DROUGHT  RESPONSE 
AND  DROUGHT  COMMISSION 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  67  23 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  80   9 

3/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  69  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/29   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  463   INTRODUCED  BY  THOFT.  ET  AL. 

AMEND  WATER  COMMISSIONER  LAWS  TO  ALLOW  MEDIATION  IN 
A  BASIN  &  FEES  TO  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL 
RESOURCES  AND  CONSERVATION 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  HEARING 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

ON  2ND  READING  BILL 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  89   2 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   6 

3/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  87  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/29   HEARING 

4/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 
4/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   0 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  625   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/24/89 

HB  464   INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY,  ET  AL. 

MONTANA  PETROLEUM  TRADE  PRACTICES  ACT 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/06  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/10  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       66  28 

2/16  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  61  35 

2/18  3RD  READING  PASSED  64  35 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/14   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  465   INTRODUCED  BY  IVERSON 

REVISE  LIVESTOCK  MARKETING  LAW 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  LIVESTOCK 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

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2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/15   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3R0  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BV  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  401   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/01/89 

HB  466   INTRODUCED  BV  BLOTKAMP,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  THE  AMOUNT  OF  A  GUARANTEED  ARREST 
BOND  CERTIFICATE 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/02  HEARING 

2/03  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/06  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/09   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  415   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  467   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  QUALIFICATIONS  FOR  SCHOOL  BUS  DRIVERS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/27  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/02  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/09  HEARING 

3/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  311   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  468   INTRODUCED  BY  PECK,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  SCHOOL  DISTRICTS  TO  ACCRUE  EXCESS  PUPIL  TIME 
FOR  EXTRA  PUPIL-INSTRUCTION-RELATED  DAYS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  469   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  FUNDS  FOR  AIR  QUALITY  MONITORING  IN 
YELLOWSTONE  COUNTY 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  78  13 

3/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  73  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/12   HEARING 

4/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  676   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  470   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  LIABILITY  OF  BANK  DIRECTORS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  84   9 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  278   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  471   INTRODUCED  BY  GLASER.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  COUNTY  WATER  OR  SEWER  DISTRICT  FORMED  FROM 
PRIVATE.  NONPROFIT  WATER  ASSOCIATION  TO 
ACQUIRE  PROPERTY  FROM  ASSOCIATION  BY  EMINENT 
DOMAIN 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  84   8 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  394   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/30/89 

HB  472   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEY,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  PROPERTY  TAX  DEFERRAL  PROGRAM  FOR  PERSONS 
62  YEARS  OF  AGE  OR  OLDER 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED           87   3 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED                       93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 
3/14   HEARING 

4/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
4/17   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        35  13 

HB  473   INTRODUCED  BY  BRADLEY.  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  PATIENTS'  RIGHTS  UNDER  MENTAL  HEALTH  CODE 

1/27   INTRODUCED 

1/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  474   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  MEANS  FOR  COMPENSATION  OF  PERSONS  WHO 
INTERVENE  IN  PUBLIC  SERVICE  COMMISSION 
PROCEEDINGS 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  475   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PROPERTY  CLASSIFICATIONS — REDUCE  TAX  BURDEN-- 
REPEAL  1-105 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/10  HEARING 

3/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/05   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  476   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  TAXIDERMIST  LICENSING  FROM  DEPARTMENT  OF 
FISH,  WILDLIFE  AND  PARKS  TO  DEPARTMENT  OF 
COMMERCE 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  477   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FUNDING  FOR  NOXIOUS  WEED  MANAGEMENT  TRUST 
FUND 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

1/30  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  71  24 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  68  28 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 
3/13   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   8 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  433   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  478   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  REVENUE  DEPARTMENT  TO  PROVIDE  TAX 

INFORMATION  TO  FISH,  WILDLIFE,  AND  PARKS 
DEPARTMENT  REGARDING  RESIDENCY 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  79  15 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  87  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED 

3/11  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

3/11  SEGREGATED  FROM  COM/WHOLE  REPORT 

3/13  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/17   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
3/18   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  416   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/03/89 

HB  479   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENTS  TO  IMPOSE  LOCAL  OPTION 
TAXES 

1/27  INTRODUCED 

1/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/10  HEARING 

3/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/15  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   45  53 

HB  480   INTRODUCED  BY  KNAPP,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  WHEN  ITEMS  HELD  IN  ESCROW  BY  FINANCIAL 

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16 

19 

21 

16 

49 

0 

46 

1 

88 

2 

85 

7 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

ORGANIZATION  OR  BUSINESS  ASSOCIATION  MAY  BE 
PRESUMED  ABANDONED 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/02   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  143   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  481   INTRODUCED  BY  SPRING,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  ACCUMULATED  SICK  LEAVE  FUND  OF  SCHOOL 
DISTRICTS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/08  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 
3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
3/14   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        42   5 

HB  482   INTRODUCED  BY  COCCHI ARELLA ,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  LOCAL  REVIEW  OF  PUBLIC  NONCOMMUNITY  WATER  AND 
SEWER  SYSTEMS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       92   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       90   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 
3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

-394- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  312   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  483   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  BUSINESS  DEVELOPMENT  POWERS  OF  LOCAL  PORT 
AUTHORITIES 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/09  TAKEN  FROM  PRINTING 

2/09  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  507   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  484   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COMMERCIAL  USERS  OF  CHLORINATED  SOLVENTS 
TO  OBTAIN  A  PERMIT 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED            92   1 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED                       96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  117   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  485   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  MOTOR  VEHICLE  WRECKING  FACILITIES  TO  COMPLY 
WITH  APPLICABLE  PLANNING  AND  ZONING 
REQUIREMENTS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  486   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  GROUNDWATER  MONITORING  AT  CERTAIN  LANDFILLS 
AND  WASTE  DISPOSAL  SITES 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       67  29 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       69  28 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  30  16 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  36  13 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    53  45 
4/06   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/18   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  53  44 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  53  43 

SENATE 
4/07   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/15   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   4 

4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  677   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  487   INTRODUCED  BV  MCDONOUGH.  ET  AL. 

STORE/REPRODUCE  STATE  RECORDS  ACCORDING  TO  RULES 
ADOPTED  BV  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   q 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   Q 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/06   HEARING 

3/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/07   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  185   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  488   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  DEADLINE  FOR  REPLACING  CANDIDATE  PRIOR  TO 
GENERAL  ELECTION 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   4 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   Q 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   q 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  229   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  489   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE 

INCREASE  PENALTY  FOR  TRANSMISSION  OF  FALSE  REPORT  OR 
WARNING  OF  IMPENDING  EXPLOSION 

1/28   INTRODUCED 

1/30   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/13   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   2 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  508   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  490   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

CREATE  ECONOMIC  TASK  FORCE 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/03  HEARING 

2/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/06  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        55  41 

HB  491   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COURT  TO  CONSIDER  EFFECT  OF  JOINT  CUSTODY 
ON  CHILD'S  EDUCATION 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  73   9 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  365   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  492   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

UNIFORM  DISPOSITION  OF  COMMUNITY  PROPERTY  AT  DEATH 
ACT 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  395   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  493   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH 

CHARGE  CRIMINALS  TO  FUND  COUNTY  JAILS 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/17  TAKEN  FROM  STANDING  COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

ORDER  OF  BUSINESS 

2/17  REREFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  494   INTRODUCED  BY  MOORE.  ET  AL. 

RAISE  SMOKELESS  TOBACCO  TAX  TO  AID  SCHOOL  FOUNDATION 
PROGRAM 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

1/31  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  495   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  MEANING  OF  "POSSESSION"  IN  INTOXICATING 
SUBSTANCE  POSSESSION  CRIME 

1/28  INTRODUCED 

1/30  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/10  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2N0  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  85  10 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        46   2 

3/22  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   7 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        85   6 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   2 

4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  477   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  496   INTRODUCED  BY  NISBET.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  A  MECHANISM  FOR  COMPUTER  PLANNING  IN 
LEGISLATIVE  BRANCH 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                       96   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED                      100   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/02  REREFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/06  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/09  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/14   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    88   2 
3/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/29   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
3/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/31   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
3/29   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/30   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
3/31   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  86   0 

4/01   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   0 

SENATE 
3/31   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
3/29   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/03   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

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4/05   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   1 

4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BV  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  687   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/18/89 

HB  497   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO,  ET  AL. 

SUSPEND  DRIVER'S  LICENSE  OF  MINOR  POSSESSING 
INTOXICATING  SUBSTANCES 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  498   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  AFFIXATION  OF  WELL  LOG  INFORMATION  TO 
RESIDENTIAL  WATER  WELLS 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/06  HEARING 

2/06  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  499   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  MONTANA  LIVESTOCK  MARKET  ACT  TO  IMPOSE  FELONY 
FOR  VIOLATION  OF  CUSTODIAL  ACCOUNT 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  279   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  500   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  COLLEGE  SAVINGS  BOND  PROGRAM  TO  FUND  CERTAIN 
UNIVERSITY  FACILITIES 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/03  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/04  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

4/06  MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    53  46 

HB  501   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY,  ET  AL. 

ELIMINATE  COUNTY  CONTRIBUTION  TO  DEPARTMENT  OF 
FAMILY  SERVICES 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       37  54 

HB  502   INTRODUCED  BY  WYATT,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  INSURERS  TO  HONOR  AGENT-QF-RECORD  LETTERS 

1/30  INTRODUCED 

1/31  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  503   INTRODUCED  BY  IVERSON 

PROVIDE  COAL  TAX  CREDIT  FOR  INVESTMENT  IN  QUALIFIED 
MONTANA  CAPITAL  COMPANY 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/07  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/08  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/09  HEARING 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/09  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  504   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

CLARIFY  THAT  HOMICIDE  PROSECUTION  MAY  BE  COMMENCED 
AT  ANY  TIME 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  435   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  505   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  COUNTY  MUSEUM  PROGRAM  TO  HAVE  FACILITY  FOR 
VISUAL  AND  PERFORMING  ARTS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   4 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/09   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/15   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  313   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  506   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  FLASHING  LIGHT  ON  ROAD  MAINTENANCE  EQUIPMENT 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  507   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY 

REVISE  LAWS  GOVERNING  ADMINISTRATION  OF  CULTURAL  AND 
AESTHETIC  ARTS  PROJECTS  GRANTS  PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LONG-RANGE  PLANNING  COMMITTEE 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/15  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  87  10 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  81  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/07   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   5 
4/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   7 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  656   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  508   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  EMPLOYER  OBLIGATIONS  TO  INJURED  WORKERS  UNDER 
THE  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  ACT 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  90   7 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

(HOUSE  REQUESTED  RETURN  OF  BILL  FOR  PURPOSE 
OF  CORRECTLY  PRINTING  3RD  READING  COPY.) 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE) 
3/04   3RD  READING  PASSED  78  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/06   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/09   HEARING 

3/22   MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/22   MAJORITY  (ADVERSE)  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  ADOPTED  26  24 

HB  509   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  FOR  SALE  OF  LAND  ALONG  RAILROAD 
RIGHT-OF-WAY 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/01  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       44  50 

2/21  SEGREGATED  FROM  COMMITTEE  OF  THE 

WHOLE  REPORT 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  53  46 

2/22  3RD  READING  FAILED  41  55 

HB  510   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 

CREATE  GOVERNOR'S  SCHOLARSHIP  PROGRAM 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

3/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/08  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  60  32 

3/13  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

3/13  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  59  40 

3/22  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  55  40 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/13   HEARING 

4/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  24  15 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  12 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   VETOED 

THE  RESULTS  OF  A  LEGISLATIVE  POLL  TO 
DETERMINE  IF  THE  GOVERNOR'S  VETO  WILL  BE 
SUSTAINED  OR  OVERRIDDEN  WERE  NOT  AVAILABLE 
AT  THE  TIME  OF  PUBLICATION.   THE  RESULTS 
OF  THE  POLL.  CONDUCTED  BY  THE  SECRETARY  OF 
STATE.  WILL  BE  TABULATED  06/16/89. 

HB  511   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  SMALL  TRACT  FINANCING  ACT — NO  DEFICIENCY  ON 
RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY 

1/31  INTRODUCED 

2/01  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   3 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/20   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  512   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE.  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  AWARD  OF  PUNITIVE  DAMAGES  IN  AN  ACTION  IF 
PRODUCT  OR  STRUCTURE  ALLEGED  TO  HAVE  CAUSED 
HARM  COMPLIED  WITH  GOVERNMENT  STANDARDS 

2/01   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       45  53 

HB  513   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  GOVERNMENT  WASTE  HOTLINE 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  514   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S..  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  VOTER  TURNOUT  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  SCHOOL  BOND 
ELECTIONS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       42  56 

HB  515   INTRODUCED  BY  REHBERG 

REVISE  PURPOSE  OF  MONTANA  SUBDIVISION  AND  PLATTING 
ACT 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  516   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  M.,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  MUTUAL  RESPONSIBILITY  OF  ADJACENT  LANDOWNERS 
TO  MAINTAIN  FENCING  BETWEEN  THEM 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  69  28 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/13   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  402   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  517   INTRODUCED  BY  PECK.  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

ALLOW  BOARD  OF  REGENTS  TO  APPROVE  COURSES  BV 
OUT-OF-STATE  INSTITUTIONS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  518   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  COMMUNITY  COLLEGE  BUDGET  PROCEDURES  AND  USE 
OF  EXCESS  STUDENT  TUITION 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                       90   3 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED                       96   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

3/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  33  10 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  41   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   3 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   3 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  494   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  519   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

REMOVE  BOARD  OF  PUBLIC  EDUCATION'S  AUTHORITY  TO 
ALLOW  USE  OF  FOUR-WHEEL  DRIVE  VEHICLES 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  74   9 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  280   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/90 

HB  520   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  OUTFITTERS  TO  TWO  RIVERS  WHEN  PROVIDING 
FISHING  SERVICES 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  521   INTRODUCED  BY  GOOD,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  DEFINITION  AND  REQUIREMENTS  OF  REAL  ESTATE 
BROKER 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/07  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/09  HEARING 

3/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/10  SEGREGATED  FROM  COM/WHOLE  REPORT 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  314   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  522   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ,  ET  AL. 

AMEND  CONSTITUTION  TO  CREATE  INFRASTRUCTURE  TRUST 
FUND 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/21  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  523   INTRODUCED  BY  NISBET,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  MANDATORY  HEADGEAR  FOR  MOTORCYCLE  RIDERS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  524   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSEN,  S.,  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

INCLUDE  PREVENTIVE  HEALTH  SERVICES  UNDER  MEDICAL 
ASSISTANCE  FOR  MEDICAID 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/08  HEARING 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  72  25 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  75  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  417   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  525   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  VALUE  OF  TALC  FOR  NET  PROCEEDS  PROPERTY 

TAX  AND  RESOURCE  INDEMNITY  TRUST  TAX  PURPOSES 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/09  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED  ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED  ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

3/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   0 

3/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED  ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

3/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/15   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/29   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  531   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/14/89 

HB  526   INTRODUCED  BY  IVERSON,  ET  AL. 

END  ALTERNATIVE  ENERGY  ALLOCATION  FROM  COAL 
SEVERANCE  TAX 

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BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  77  13 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/06   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  626   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  527   INTRODUCED  BY  ZOOK,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  RELOCATION  OF  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  WITHIN  A 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT  IF  MORE  CONVENIENT  FOR 
MAJORITY  OF  PUPILS  ATTENDING 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  80   3 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  281   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  528   INTRODUCED  BY  BOHARSKI 

INCREASE  LIMITS  OF  COVERAGE  REQUIRED  UNDER  A  MOTOR 
VEHICLE  LIABILITY  INSURANCE  POLICY 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  529   INTRODUCED  BY  BOHARSKI 

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REQUIRE  COORDINATION  OF  PROGRAMS  UNDER  TITLE  II -A  OF 
FEDERAL  JOB  TRAINING  PARTNERSHIP  ACT  WITH 
OTHER  PROGRAMS 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/04  REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/08  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  94   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/29   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  26  19 

3/31   3RD  READING  FAILED  25  25 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE) 
4/14   RECONSIDERED  ACTION  ON  3RD  READING      38   7 

(SENATE  REQUESTED  RETURN  OF  BILL) 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  SENATE) 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40  10 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  694 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/22/89  (S1-9.  11-13) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S10) 

HB  530   INTRODUCFD  BY  MC  DONOUGH .  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  TO  EXTEND  BY  TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  MONTANA  MASTER  OF  BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION  PROGRAM  TO  BILLINGS 

2/01   INTRODUCED 

2/02   REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  531    INTRODUCED  BY  CLARK.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  REMARRIED  SURVIVING  SPOUSE  TO  RECEIVE 

BENEFITS  UNDER  HIGHWAY  PATROL  RETIREMENT 
SYSTEM 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   4 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  86  11 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
2/28   HEARING 

2/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/02   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

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3/04   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   63   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  532   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  A  UNIFIED  SUPPORTED  EMPLOYMENT/EXTENDED 
SERVICES  PROGRAM 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/07  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   0 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  533   INTRODUCED  BY  DAVIS.  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  CERTAIN  DISABILITY  RETIREMENTS  TO  BE 
CONVERTED  TO  SERVICE  RETIREMENTS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

2/01  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED                        92   0 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED                       97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  138   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/18/89 

HB  534   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

AMEND  INTERSTATE  COMPACT  ON  JUVENILES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  436   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  535   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J.,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  MEDICARE  SUPPLEMENTAL  INSURANCE 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/06  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   0 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/10   HEARING 

4/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  682 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 

EFFECTIVE  DATE 


05/16/89  (Sn.  16) 
07/01/89  (S10) 
10/01/89  (S1-9.  12-15) 


HB  536   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J.,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PRELICENSING  EDUCATION  FOR  INSURANCE  AGENTS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  94   2 

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2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  95   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/07   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   3 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   2 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  509   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  537   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

PROVIDE  LICENSES  AND  PERMITS  FOR  UNDERGROUND  STORAGE 
TANK  INSTALLATION  AND  CLOSURE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/02   INTRODUCED 

2/02   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
2/03   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/08   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/09   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  538   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER 

GENERALLY  REVISE  HAZARDOUS  WASTE  ACT,  WITH 
APPLICABILITY  TO  UNDERGROUND  TANKS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  8. 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/02   INTRODUCED 

2/02   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  539   INTRODUCED  BY  MOORE,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  PERIODIC  SAFETY  INSPECTIONS  OF  RENTAL 
RESIDENCES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/10  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  540   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEV 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  &  ENVIRONMENTAL 

SERVICES  TO  APPROVE  WATER  SUPPLY  AND  SEWAGE 
PLANS  BEFORE  CONSTRUCTION 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   7 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  88   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/08   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   3 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  230   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  541   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  VOCATIONAL  REHABILITATION 
PROGRAMS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/07  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                   45   0 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                   49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/16   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   1 
3/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  396 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  3/30/89  (S2,  13,  17.  19) 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  7/01/89  (SI.  3-12.  14-16.  18) 

HB  542   INTRODUCED  BY  GUTHRIE,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  BURDEN  OF  PROOF  FOR  CERTAIN  WATER  PERMIT 
CRITERIA 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/08  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/13   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        28   8 
3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   1 
4/06   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  495   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/11/89 

HB  543   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PARTIAL  PAYMENT  FOR  RETIRED  HIGHWAY  PATROL 
OFFICERS'  HEALTH  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED  ON  2ND  READING  COPY 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  58  38 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/27  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/02  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/07  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  67  27 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/31   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86  11 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        85  12 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  627   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  544   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE 

EXPAND  SCOPE  OF  STATE'S  APPELLATE  RIGHTS  IN  CRIMINAL 
CASES 


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2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  86   9 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   1 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  478   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/08/89 

HB  545   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE,  ET  AL. 

EXEMPT  "AGENT  ORANGE"  PAYMENTS  FROM  INDIVIDUAL 
INCOME  TAXATION 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/08  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED                       89   0 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED                        91   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/30  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/31  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                    50   0 

4/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                    50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  532   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  546   INTRODUCED  BY  JOHNSON,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  VETERANS'  HOME  IN  EASTERN  MONTANA-- 
APPROPRIATE  CAPITAL  PROJECTS  FUND 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/16   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  547   INTRODUCED  BY  JOHNSON,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  VETERANS'  HOME  IN  EASTERN  MONTANA--SELL 
LONG-RANGE  BONDS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/02  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   6 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/11   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  32  16 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  12 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   0 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   1 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  683   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/16/89 

HB  548   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  THE  FINE  FOR  CRIMINAL  TRESPASS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  549   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J. 

ALLOW  A  COUNTY  TO  CHARGE  A  FEE  FOR  SERVICES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/13  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/13  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  550   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE  TO  PRESENT  TOURIST 
WELCOME  CENTER  PLAN  TO  52ND  LEGISLATURE 

2/02   INTRODUCED 

2/03   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/03   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  84   8 

2/11  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/11  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/03  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   3 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &.  INDUSTRY 
4/05   HEARING 

4/10   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   3 
4/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   1 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  688   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/18/89 

HB  551   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  RESIDENT  MINORS  UNDER  AGE  12  TO  FISH  WITH  LIVE 
BAIT  IN  ALL  WATERS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/11  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        69  19 

HB  552   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  T..  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  LICENSES,  PERMITS,  AND  FEES  FOR  UNDERGROUND 
TANK  INSTALLATION  AND  CLOSURE 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  83  11 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  13 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
4/04   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   3 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  13 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  594 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/20/89  ( S4 .  20,  21) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  (S18.  19) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/01/90  (S1-3.  5-17) 

HB  553   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATION  FOR  GOVERNOR'S  CUP  SLED  DOG  RACE 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/11  MOTION  CARRIED  TO  LAY  ON  TABLE  54  37 

HB  554   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REVISE  DISASTER  AND  EMERGENCY  SERVICES  LAW 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  MILITARY  AFFAIRS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/06   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  595   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  555   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  FUNDS  TO  HAYS-LODGEPOLE  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 
FOR  CURRENT  SCHOOL  YEAR 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  85  12 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  67  30 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  596   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  556   INTRODUCED  BY  COCCHI ARELLA ,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COMMISSIONER  OF  INSURANCE  TO  PROVIDE  BY  RULE 
FOR  DISCLOSURE  OF  INTEREST  RATES  APPLICABLE 
TO  LIFE  INSURANCE  POLICIES 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/09  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        66  33 

HB  557   INTRODUCED  BY  BACHINI,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEDUCTION  FROM  POLICE  OFFICER'S  MONTHLY 
COMPENSATION  FOR  PAYMENT  OF  GROUP  LIFE 
INSURANCE  PREMIUMS 

2/02  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/04  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/17  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                    47   0 

3/20  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                    48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  403   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

HB  558   INTRODUCED  BY  KILPATRICK 

PROVIDE  CIVIL  PENALTIES  FOR  PRESENTING  FALSE  CLAIM 
FOR  PAYMENT  TO  CITY  OR  TOWN 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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2/28  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/17  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  366   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  559   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY 

ALLOW  A  MANUFACTURER'S  REPRESENTATIVE  TO  DISPLAY 
MANUFACTURER'S  LICENSE  PLATES 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  HEARING 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   1 

2/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/18   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/16   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  404   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  560   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  TAX  CREDIT  FOR  ACCOMMODATIONS  TAXES  PAID  BY 
CERTAIN  PERSONS  WHEN  ACCOMMODATION  IS  FOR  A 
PURPOSE  ASSOCIATED  WITH  MEDICAL  TREATMENT 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  HEARING 

3/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  561   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  THAT  TENURE  OF  TEACHER  NOT  IMPAIRED  IF 
TERMINATED  IF  CERTAIN  CONDITIONS  EXIST 

2/03   INTRODUCED 

2/03   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  8.  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/13  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/13   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   3 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  479   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  562   INTRODUCED  BY  WYATT,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENTS  TO  REVIEW  AND  APPROVE 

EXTENSIONS  OF  WATER  OR  SEWER  SYSTEMS  WITH  50 
OR  FEWER  CONNECTIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  COMMITTEE 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/03  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  563   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH 

APPROPRIATE  OIL  OVERCHARGE  MONEY 

BY  REQUEST  OF  OFFICE  OF  BUDGET  &  PROGRAM  PLANNING 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/13  HEARING 

3/15  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   7 

3/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/22   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  597   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

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HB  564   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  ELDERLY  RENTER  TAX  CREDIT 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  76  11 

3/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  78  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/07   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/17   HEARING 

3/30   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   2 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   3 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  559   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  565   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  LOCAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  LAW 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/07  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       43  50 

HB  566   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  TO  EXEMPT  A  BUSINESS 
INCUBATOR  OWNED  BY  A  LOCAL  ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT  CORPORATION  FROM  CERTAIN  PROPERTY 
TAXES 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  95   0 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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4/  18 

4/20 

4/20 

4/21 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

4/06  HEARING 

4/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/12  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    93   2 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

SENATE 

CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED  50   0 

HOUSE 

2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        97   0 

3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        98   1 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  666   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  567   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON.  ET  AL  . 

AUTHORIZE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  TO  MODIFY  PERCENTAGES  OF 
TAX  BENEFIT  FOR  REMODELING.  RECONSTRUCTION. 
OR  EXPANSION  OF  BUILDINGS  OR  STRUCTURES 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/31  HEARING 

4/05  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/06  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/10  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    98   1 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  93   0 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   0 

SENATE 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/19   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  50   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

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4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  695   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  568   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  REGARDING  DETENTION  OF  CERTAIN  YOUTHS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       97   3 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  434 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/91  (S5,  7) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S1-4,  6,  8-17) 

HB  569   INTRODUCED  BY  NISBET,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  SCHOOL  PUPIL-INSTRUCTION- 
RELATED  DAYS  AND  STAFF  DEVELOPMENT  FOR 
TEACHERS 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  65  33 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  64  31 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/15   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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4/03  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/05   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   0 

4/06   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/11   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  638   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/90 

HB  570   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  ONE  PERSON  TO  HOLD  ALL  OFFICES  OF  A  CLOSE 
CORPORATION 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/08  HEARING 

2/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/11  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   3 

2/14  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/15   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  315   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  571    INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  D. 

REVISE  ELIGIBILITY  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  SUPERVISED 
RELEASE  PROGRAM 

2/03  INTRODUCED 

2/04  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 
3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  445   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  572   INTRODUCED  BY  DEMARS,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  IMPORTATION  OF  AGRICULTURAL  SEED 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/16   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  446   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/05/89 

HB  573   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  MACHINE  MANUFACTURER  BILL  ACCEPTORS  ON  VIDEO 
DRAW  POKER,  KENO  MACHINES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT  COMMITTEE 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/09  HEARING 

2/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/13  2ND  READING  PASSED  80  17 

2/15  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  INDUSTRY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   3 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  36   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79  10 
3/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        83  14 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

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3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  344   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/27/89 

HB  574   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY 

REQUIRE  THAT  LICENSE  PLATE  BE  DISPLAYED  ON  REAR  OF 
MOTOR  VEHICLE;  REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUSTICE 
ISSUE  NEW  NUMBER  PLATES  JANUARY  1,  1990 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  575   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  EQUALIZATION  OF  SCHOOL  FUNDING  BY  REVISING 
FUNDING  STRUCTURE 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  ED.  FUND.  SELECT  COMMITTEE 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  HEARING 

3/04  HEARING 

3/07  HEARING 

3/09  HEARING 

3/10  HEARING 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  HEARING 

3/22  HEARING 

3/23  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  576   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  USED  KENO  MACHINE  LICENSING  REQUIREMENTS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/10  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  66  29 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  72  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  41   8 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   2 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   7 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  496   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  577   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  EXPANDED  PARTICIPATION  BY  CERTAIN  GOVERNMENT 
SUBDIVISIONS  AND  AUTHORITIES  IN  DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/10  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

3/02  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/14  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/22  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 

3/27  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  497   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  578   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  OBJECTION  PROCESS  TO  VISITATION  RIGHTS  OF 
PARENT  CONVICTED  OF  CERTAIN  CRIMES 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  405   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  579   INTRODUCED  BY  STICKNEY.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  "PRACTICE  OF  MEDICINE" 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/04  INIkODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  580   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS 

PROVIDE  THAT  MEMBER  AND  EMPLOYER  CONSTR I  BUT  I ONS  ON 
LUMP-SUM  PAYMENTS  TO  BE  RECEIVED  BY 
TERMINATING  EMPLOYEE  NOT  BE  MADE  UNLESS 
EMPLOYEE  ELECTS  TO  CONTRIBUTE 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  581   INTRODUCED  BY  IVERSON,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  HARD-ROCK  MINING  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  STATE  LANDS 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/02   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/03   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

3/06   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/09   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER   93   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  582   INTRODUCED  BY  EUDAILY,  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  JUDGE  TO  REQUIRE  A  PERSON  TO  INSTALL 

AN  IGNITION  INTERLOCK  DEVICE  WHEN  CONVICTED 
OF  DRIVING  UNDER  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  ALCOHOL 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/07  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  66  30 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  25 


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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  583   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 

ELIMINATE  STATUTORY  APPROPRIATIONS  FOR 
ADMINISTRATIVE  EXPENSES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  APPROPRIATIONS  COMMITTEE 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/15  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  58  39 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  67  29 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/07   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/08   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        65  33 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        82  16 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  628   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  584   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  ISSUANCE  OF  WATER  USE  PERMIT  MAY  NOT  INTER- 
FERE UNREASONABLY  WITH  QUALITY  OF  APPROPRI- 
ATOR'S  DOMESTIC  WATER  SUPPLY 

2/04  INTRODUCED 

2/06  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/10  HEARING 

2/11  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/14  2ND  READING  PASSED  79   5 

2/16  3RD  READING  PASSED  89   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/17   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/01   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  585   INTRODUCED  BY  DAVIS 

ESTABLISH  FEE  BE  CHARGED  FOR  WRITTEN  REQUESTS  FOR 
CERTAIN  OPINIONS  RELATING  TO  INSURANCE  CODE 

2/04   INTRODUCED 

2/06   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/10   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  586   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

REVISE  FRATERNAL  ORGANIZATION  PROPERTY  TAX  EXEMPTION 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/01  HEARING 

3/09  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  587   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY .  ET  AL. 

STIFFEN  DRUNK  DRIVING  LAWS 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  588   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN ,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  THE  FEE  IN  LIEU  OF  TAX  ON  BOATS  AND  INCLUDE 
OTHER  MOTORIZED  VESSELS 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/M  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  97   0 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/04   HEARING 

4/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/05   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  577   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/20/89 

HB  589   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN,  ET  AL. 

EXPAND  RESORT  TAX  AUTHORITY  TO  UNINCORPORATED  AREAS 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

3/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/10  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS 

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PASSED 

94 

2 

92 

1 

CONCURRED 

50 

0 

48 

2 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

AMENDED  MOTION  FAILED  32  62 

HB  590   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE 

REPEAL  MISCELLANEOUS  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  LICENSE  TAXES 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL 

3/02  2ND  READING  PASSED 

3/04  3RD  READING  PASSED 

3/06  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/30  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL 

3/31  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

4/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  533   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/14/89 

HB  591   INTRODUCED  BY  PHILLIPS 

REPORT  CHILD  SUPPORT  DEBT  INFORMATION  TO  CONSUMER 
REPORTING  AGENCY 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                        92   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       98   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REP0RT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  418   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  592   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

REGULATE  THE  FINANCIAL  EFFECTS  AND  COSTS  OF  ARSON 


2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/21   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  447   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  593   INTRODUCED  BY  RUSSELL.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  COUNSELING  FOR  PERSON  CONVICTED  OF  DOMESTIC 
ABUSE 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   5 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   3 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  480   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  594   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS.  ET  AL. 

ELIMINATE  REQUIREMENT  THAT  DISTRICT  COURT  JUDGE 
RESIDE  IN  COUNTY  SEAT  WITHIN  HIS  DISTRICT 

2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   7 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  88   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

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3/17  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

3/21  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


46 
49 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/01   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  406   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


HB  595   INTRODUCED  BY  RUSSELL.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  HIGHWAYS  TO  ERECT  AND  MONTANA 
HISTORICAL  SOCIETY  TO  FUND  AND  DESIGN  INDIAN 
HISTORICAL  MARKERS  ALONG  PRIMARY  AND  INTER- 
STATE HIGHWAYS 


2/06  INTRODUCED 

2/07  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/08  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  88 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 


48 

0 

48 

1 

92 

1 

89 

2 

4/07  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  99   0 

4/12   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/14   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 

4/17   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   0 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  667   EFFECTIVE  DATE: 


10/01/89 


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HB  596   INTRODUCED  BY  GRINDE 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH.  WILDLIFE.  &  PARKS 
TO  PROVIDE  OFF-HIGHWAY  VEHICLE  DECALS 
TO  COUNTY 


2/07 

INTRODUCED 

2/08 

REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/  M 

HEARING 

2/15 

COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/  15 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/  18 

2ND  READING  PASSED                       96   1 

2/21 

3RD  READING  PASSED                       96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 
3/09   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  597   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  SCHOOL  BOARD  POLICY  ON  PLACEMENT  TESTS  FOR 
CHILD  FROM  HOME  SCHOOL 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  71  25 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  72  26 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/15   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        84   7 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        81  11 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  498   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  598   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH 

GRANT  CRIME  CONTROL  BOARD  AUTHORITY  OVER  DETENTION 
CENTERS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  BOARD  OF  CRIME  CONTROL 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   4 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  345   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  599   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  PROVISIONS  REGARDING  CAMPAIGN  PRACTICES 

2/07   INTRODUCED 

2/08   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/15   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  600   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  A  BUSINESS  LICENSING  CENTER;  AUTHORIZE 
MASTER  LICENSES 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  97   0 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   1 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
4/07   HEARING 

4/13   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
4/13   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        42   6 

HB  601   INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  A  WASTEWATER  TREATMENT  WORKS  REVOLVING  LOAN 
PROGRAM 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  & 
CONSERVATION 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/14  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   0 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/14  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/14   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/21   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  678   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  602   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH 

INCREASE  ALLOWABLE  TRUCK  COMBINATION  LENGTH  TO  100 
FEET  BY  SPECIAL  PERMIT 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                       84  11 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       80  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/07   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/27   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  437   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  603   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEY,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  LEAKING  PETROLEUM  TANK  CLEANUP  FEE.  FUND. 
AND  COMPENSATION  BOARD 

2/07  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  82   3 

3/08  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/09  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

3/14  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/16  HEARING 

3/30  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/31  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  39   6 

4/03  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/04   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        71  27 
4/05   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        73  24 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/13   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 
CHAPTER  NUMBER  528 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  04/13/89  (SI.  2.  8-10.  14-16) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89  ( S6 .  7.  &  13) 
EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89  (S3-5,  11.  12) 

HB  604   INTRODUCED  BY  O'CONNELL,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  ALLOWANCE  ADJUSTMENT  FOR  CERTAIN  RETIRED 
POLICE  OFFICERS 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  86   9 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  79  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/08  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/10  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  42   3 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  45   4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  282   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  605   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

TRANSFER  DEBT  COLLECTION  FROM  DEPARTMENT  OF  REVENUE 
TO  STATE  AUDITOR 

2/08   INTRODUCED 

2/08   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/09  REREFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   2 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/09   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   1 

3/16   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  419   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  606   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PARENTS  TO  PROVIDE  NONI NTOXI CATI NG  AMOUNTS  OF 
ALCOHOL  TO  THEIR  CHILD 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  78  18 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  75  19 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  448   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   10/01/89 

HB  607   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH 

REVISE  ELECTION  OF  SMALL  BUSINESS  CORPORATION  STATUS 
FOR  TAX  PURPOSES 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/15  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/03  2ND  READING  PASSED  89   0 

3/06  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/07  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/31  HEARING 

3/31  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

4/01  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

4/04  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/11   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  534   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01 /8S 

HB  608   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  CONTINUOUS  EMISSION  MONITORS  ON  CERTAIN 
SULFUR  DIOXIDE  SOURCES 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/08  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  609   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  WATER  QUALITY  REHABILITATION  ACCOUNT 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/12   HEARING 

4/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
4/17   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        41   7 

HB  610   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

DELETE  RULEMAKING  AUTHORITY  EXTENSION  REQUIREMENT 
FOR  BILLS 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  RULES 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  50  44 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  55  42 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  31   8 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  420   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/03/89 

HB  611   INTRODUCED  BY  CONNELLY.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  LIQUOR  LICENSE  PROTESTS 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/08   HEARING 

3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/n   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  231   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  612   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS 

REVISE  LAWS  REGARDING  CAMPAIGN  FINANCE 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  613   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN ,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  TWENTY-ONE  TO  BE  PLAYED  DURING  SUMMER  OF  1989 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/17  TAKEN  FROM  STANDING  COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

ORDER  OF  BUSINESS 

2/17  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/16  HEARING 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/17  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        68  19 

HB  614   INTRODUCED  BY  WYATT,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  SPECIAL  TELECOMMUNICATIONS  EQUIPMENT  AND 
SERVICES  TO  THE  HANDICAPPED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/13  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  79  15 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED  ON  3RD  READING  COPY 

3/09  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  67  25 

3/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  64  30 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/22   REREFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/11   HEARING 
4/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
4/18   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        20  27 
4/18   RECONSIDERED  ADOPTION  OF  ADVERSE 

COMMITTEE  REPORT  35  11 

4/19   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  40   8 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40  10 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        68  28 
4/21   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        70  28 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/15   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  669   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  615   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEY,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  LOBBYING  DEFINITIONS;  CHANGING  REPORTING 
DATES;  REQUIRING  REPORTS 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  616   INTRODUCED  BY  DEMARS.  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  HAIL  INSURANCE  COVERAGE 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/09  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                       79  15 

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23 

24 

28 

20 

26 

21 

HOUSE 

27 

22 

25 

24 

90 

5 

84 

8 

HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
2/22   3RD  READING  PASSED  81  17 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/22   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED 
3/22   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE) 
3/23   RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION 
TO  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE 

SENATE  REQUESTED  BILL  BE  RETURNED  BY 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  SENATE) 
3/27   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

3/31  2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/01  3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 

4/06  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/06  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/06  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/10  VETOED 

4/12  VETO  OVERRIDE  MOTION  FAILED  53  45 

HB  617   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS 

AMEND  BANKING  LAWS  BY  CREATING  COMMUNITY  REINVEST- 
MENT RATING  SYSTEM 

2/08  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  8.  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  618   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  FOUNDATION  PROGRAM  SCHEDULES  FOR  SCHOOLS  BY 
4  PERCENT  FOR  FISCAL  YEAR  1990 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/13  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  52  48 

2/21  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/21  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/01  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  55  44 

3/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  56  38 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/09   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/15   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        47   2 
4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    57  41 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

4/19   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/14   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 

HOUSE 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        61  39 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        61  39 

4/26  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/26  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/27  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/11  VETOED 

HB  619   INTRODUCED  BY  BARDANOUVE 

APPROPRIATE  MONEY  TO  VARIOUS  STATE  AGENCIES  FOR 
FISCAL  YEAR  ENDING  JUNE  30,  1989 
BY  REQUEST  OF  OFFICE  OF  BUDGET  8.  PROGRAM  PLANNING 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/17  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  68  30 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  71  27 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  8.  CLAIMS 
4/05   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        49   0 
4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        82  15 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        74  24 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/05/89 

HB  620   INTRODUCED  BY  VINCENT,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  INCORRECT  AND  MISLEADING  ELECTION  PROCEDURE 
INFORMATION 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  88  10 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  397   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  621   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON.  T. 

AMEND  THE  MONTANA  UNIFORM  HEALTH  CARE  INFORMATION 
ACT 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/09  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/15  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  95   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        95   0 
4/01   TAKEN  FROM  3RD  READING 

4/01   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    94   0 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  98   1 

4/14   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   4 

SENATE 
4/05   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/17   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/n   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  657   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  622   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

ESTABLISH  OCCUPATIONAL  TRAINING  PROGRAM 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

-447- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/08  HEARING 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/11  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  623   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS.  ET  AL. 
REVISE  PUBLIC  SCHOOL  FUNDING 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  ED.  FUND.  SELECT  COMMITTEE 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  HEARING 

3/04  HEARING 

3/07  HEARING 

3/08  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  624   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN,  ET  AL. 

ERECT  SIGNS  MARKING  SCENIC  HIGHWAYS 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/03   HEARING 

3/03   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/04   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   1 

3/07   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/13   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/14   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  144   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  625   INTRODUCED  BY  MERCER,  ET  AL. 

REIMBURSE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENTS  FOR  REVENUE  LOSS  FROM 
STATE-TRIBAL  AGREEMENTS 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/01  HEARING 

3/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  626   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

DEFINE  PUBLIC  CONVENIENCE  AND  NECESSITY  AS  TO 

-448- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
MAINTAINING  RAILROAD  FACILITY 

2/09   INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  REVISED  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  5,  40 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  50  45 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/16  HEARING 

3/21  MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/21  MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

3/21  MINORITY  REPORT  ADOPTED 

3/23  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        35  14 

3/28  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  35  ,4 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    63  34 
4/06   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

SENATE 
4/08   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/13   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  DISSOLVED 

HOUSE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO   1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  qq       q 

4/17   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  95   3 


SENATE 
4/13   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/14   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO   1 
4/15   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   n 

4/18   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   2 

4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  645   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/05/89 

HB  627   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON.  ET  AL 

WITHDRAW  THE  STATE  FROM  THE  RETAIL  LIQUOR  SALE 
BUSINESS 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

-449- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/22   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/20   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  628   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

EXCLUDE  OUTSIDE  SALESMEN  FROM  THE  STATE  OVERTIME 
COMPENSATION  LAWS 

2/09  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  629   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY 

PROVIDE  POSSESSOR  LIEN  ON  MOBILE  HOMES  FOR  UNPAID 
RENT 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        91   6 

HB  630   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE 

REVISE  LAW  RELATING  TO  PAYMENT  OF  SERVICE  CHARGES 

FOR  REFUSE  DISPOSAL  DISTRICT  FEES  FOR  MOBILE 
HOME  PARKS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/16  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  63  33 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  73  24 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/14   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   6 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   7 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  510   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  631   INTRODUCED  BY  GERVAIS.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  ADOPTED  NATIVE  AMERICAN  PERSON  TO  INHERIT  FROM 
NATURAL  PARENTS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/13  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

-450- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/18   TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/18   REREFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  632   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

REVISE  FORMULA  FOR  CALCULATING  BENEFITS  UNDER 
TEACHERS'  RETIREMENT  SYSTEM 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/11  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  633   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

USE  METAL  MINES  TAX  TO  DEFRAY  COSTS  TO  LOCAL 
GOVERNMENTS  FROM  EXPLORATION 

2/10   INTRODUCED 

2/10   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
2/11   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/18   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  634   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN,  ET  AL. 

REPLACE  2  PERCENT  TAX  ON  LIGHT  VEHICLES  WITH  FEE  IN 
LIEU  OF  TAX 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/10  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  HEARING 

3/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  635   INTRODUCED  BY  HOFFMAN,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  STATE  ELECTRICAL  BOARD  TO  ACCEPT  MAINTENANCE 
WORK  IN  FULFILLMENT  OF  REQUIREMENTS  FOR 
MASTER  ELECTRICIAN'S  LICENSE 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  636   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH 

REVISE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  REIMBURSEMENT  FOR  CARE  OF 
RESIDENTS  AT  INSTITUTIONS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  INSTITUTIONS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

-451- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/18   3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/10   HEARING 

3/10   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/11   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   0 

3/14   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  283   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  637   INTRODUCED  BY  PHILLIPS 

INCREASE  STATE  EQUALIZATION  OF  SCHOOL  FUNDING; 
INCREASE  BASIC  COUNTY  LEVY 


SELECT  COMMITTEE 


2/13 

INTRODUCED 

2/13 

REFERRED  TO 

ED.  FUND. 

2/15 

FISCAL  NOTE 

REQUESTED 

2/16 

HEARING 

2/21 

FISCAL  NOTE 

RECEIVED 

2/28 

FISCAL  NOTE 

PRINTED 

3/02 

HEARING 

3/04 

HEARING 

3/07 

HEARING 

3/08 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  638   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ.  ET  AL 

INFRASTRUCTURE  BOND  ACT 

2/  10 

INTRODUCED 

2/1  1 

REFERRED  TO 

TAXATION 

2/13 

FISCAL  NOTE 

REQUESTED 

2/18 

FISCAL  NOTE 

RECEIVED 

2/22 

FISCAL  NOTE 

PRINTED 

3/03 

HEARING 

3/07 

TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  639   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

INCREASE  NUMBER  OF  WEEKS  THAT  INDIVIDUALS  MAY 
RECEIVE  UNEMPLOYMENT  BENEFITS 


2/10 

INTRODUCED 

2/  1  1 

REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/13 

FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/14 

HEARING 

2/17 

COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18 

FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18 

FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20 

2ND  READING  PASSED                        54  44 

2/21 

3RD  READING  PASSED                       58  39 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28 

REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

3/14 

HEARING 

3/22 

REREFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

-452- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


3/22  MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL 
3/22  MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL 
3/22   MOTION  FAILED  TO  ADOPT  MINORITY 

COMMITTEE  REPORT 
3/22   MOTION  FAILED  TO  ADOPT  MAJORITY 

COMMITTEE  REPORT 
3/22   RETURNED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 


CONCURRED 
NOT  CONCURRED 

25  25 

25  25 


HB  640   INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI,  ET  AL. 

SELL  BONDS  TO  RENOVATE  METALLURGY  BUILDING  AT 
MONTANA  TECH 


2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/1 1  REFERRED  TO 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE 

3/M  HEARING 

3/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

4/06  MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE 


APPROPRIATIONS 
REQUESTED 
RECEIVED 
PRINTED 


FROM  COMMITTEE 


52  42 


HB  641 


INTRODUCED  BY  QUILICI,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  LOCAL  TAX  EXEMPTION  FOR  INDUSTRIAL  PARKS 


2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/02  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  88 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  91 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/06   HEARING 

4/12   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    96   0 
4/17   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  89   7 

4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  88   6 


SENATE 
4/18   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED 
4/20   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED 


50   0 
48   1 


4/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/28  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/16  SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 


-453- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  679   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  642   INTRODUCED  BY  STRIZICH,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  DANGEROUS  DRUG  TAX  COLLECTION  ACT 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       88   8 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       94   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/16   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  421   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  643   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN,  ET  AL. 

FUND  MOTOR  VEHICLE  TAX  ABATEMENT  WITH  OIL  AND  GAS 
SEVERANCE  TAX  PROCEEDS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  HEARING 

3/07  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/08  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        91   5 

HB  644   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON,  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  PAYMENT  OF  UNEMPLOYMENT  BENEFITS  TO 
NONPROFESSIONAL  SCHOOL  EMPLOYEES 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       49  50 

HB  645   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REVISE  PAWNBROKER  LAW 

2/10   INTRODUCED 

2/11   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

-454- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  96   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   3 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        84   9 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  470   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  646   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMPKINS,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  AUTHORITY  FOR  SCHOOL  LIBRARY  TO  INCLUDE 
BIBLE 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 
3/15   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  367   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/29/89 

HB  647   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS.  ET  AL. 

AUTHORIZE  CITIES  AND  TOWNS  TO  ISSUE  CITIZEN  BONDS 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  86  13 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  90  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/16   HEARING 
3/27   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

-455- 


HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  40   9 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   3 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   7 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  511   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/12/89 

HB  648   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

REVISE  PROVISIONS  CONCERNING  PERSONNEL 

CLASSIFICATION  AND  COMPENSATION  FOR 
STATE  EMPLOYEES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION 

2/10  INTRODUCED 

2/11  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/02  HEARING 

3/09  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/22  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  649   INTRODUCED  BY  KOEHNKE 

INCREASE  THE  AMOUNT  OF  A  CLAIM  THAT  CAN  BE  BROUGHT 
IN  SMALL  CLAIMS  COURT 

2/1 1  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  88   7 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/20   HEARING 

3/20   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/21   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/23   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  438   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  650   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

AUTHORIZE  IRRIGATION  DISTRICT  SUBDISTRICTS 

2/11   INTRODUCED 

2/13   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/14   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/10   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  439   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/04/89 

HB  651   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  THAT  COMPLIANCE  WITH  NATIONAL  ELECTRICAL 

SAFETY  CODE  STANDARD  ESTABLISHES  DUE  CARE  IN 
DEFENSE  OF  NEGLIGENCE  CLAIM  ALLEGING  A 
VIOLATION  OF  THAT  STANDARD 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  70  29 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  63  32 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/15   2ND  READING  CONCURRED 
3/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


47 

0 

47 

0 

84 

1  1 

86 

7 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  47  1   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  652   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  LENDER  TO  PAY  INTEREST  ON  MORTGAGE  RESERVE 
ACCOUNT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/21   2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  64  34 

2/22   3RD  READING  PASSED  66  31 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/16  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/27  HEARING 

3/28  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED         16  32 

3/28  2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      34  13 

HB  653   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  SEX  OFFENDERS  TO  UNDERGO  2  YEARS  OF 
TREATMENT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  2ND  READING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

3/17  HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  654   INTRODUCED  BY  RUSSELL,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  ALCOHOL  VENDORS  TO  POST  WARNING  OF 
DRINKING  DURING  PREGNANCY 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  48  47 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  50  49 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/03   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  655   INTRODUCED  BY  HARPER,  ET  AL. 
SMITH  RIVER  MANAGEMENT  ACT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED                        87  10 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                        90   8 

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TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/13  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/27  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   2 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   5 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  512   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/12/89 

HB  656   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  IMPROVEMENT  DISTRICT  BONDING 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   1 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/16   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/28   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  449   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/05/89 

HB  657   INTRODUCED  BY  OWENS,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FIRE  HAZARD  REDUCTION  LAW 

2/ 1 1  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   2 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/10   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 
3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   2 
4/06   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  513   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  658   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

REVISE  MONTANA  GROWTH  THROUGH  AGRICULTURE  ACT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED                       94   1 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED                       97   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/03  HEARING 

3/04  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/06  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/10   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        84   0 
3/11   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        89   0 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  284   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/23/89 

HB  659   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

AMEND  CONSTITUTION--ACCESS  TO  COURTS  AS  FUNDAMENTAL 
RIGHT 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  660   INTRODUCED  BY  MOORE.  ET  AL, 

PERMIT  FILING  OF  CITIZEN'S  ACTION  FOR  VIOLATION  OF 
CAMPAIGN  FINANCE  LAWS 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       38  59 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

HB  661   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE 

REVISE  HEALTH  LAWS  RELATING  TO  SEXUALLY  TRANSMITTED 
DISEASES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  440   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  662   INTRODUCED  BY  RICE.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  FEES  AND  CONDITIONS  OF  THE  GOLDEN  YEARS  PASS 

2/11  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

2/14  HEARING 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/14   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  23  19 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  26  22 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  368   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/29/89 

HB  663   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN.  J..  ET  AL. 

INCLUDE  HOSPICE  CARE  AS  A  MANDATORY  MEDICAID  SERVICE 

2/  1  1   INTRODUCED 

2/13   REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/14   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/17  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/18  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  SPONSOR  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   6 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  76  18 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  82  16 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

3/27  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

4/04  REREFERRED  TO  RULES 

4/06  REREFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 

4/07  HEARING 

4/08  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

4/10  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  43   5 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/13   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   2 
4/14   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   5 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/25   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  633   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  664   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHYE.  ET  AL. 

IMPOSE  ALTERNATIVE  MINIMUM  TAX  ON  MONTANA  INDIVIDUAL 
INCOME  AT  8.25  PERCENT  RATE 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/15  HEARING 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/22  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED                       74  26 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED                       68  31 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/06   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/12   REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  665   INTRODUCED  BY  DARKO 

ESTABLISH  A  NURSING  SCHOLARSHIP  OR  LOAN  PROGRAM  IN 
THE  BOARD  OF  NURSING 

2/13   INTRODUCED 

2/13   REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       41  53 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  666   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  FUNDS  TO  DEVELOP  TELECOMMUNICATIONS 
NETWORKS:  MATCHING  FUNDS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  HEARING 

3/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  667   INTRODUCED  BY  GOOD 

ALLOW  BUSINESS  IMPROVEMENT  DISTRICT  TO  ASSESS  COSTS 
BASED  UPON  OCCUPIED  OR  INCOME-PRODUCING  AREA 
ABOVE  FIRST  FLOOR  OF  BUILDING 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT  COMMITTEE 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/14  HEARING 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   2 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/16   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   1 

3/28   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  450   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  668   INTRODUCED  BY  MCDONOUGH.  ET  AL. 

GOVERNMENT  HEALTH  CARE  INFORMATION  ACT 

BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  & 

ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   5 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH.  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/17   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        50   0 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

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RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   2 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  481   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  669   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON,  ET  AL. 

REGULATE  SELF-FUNDED  HEALTH  CARE  PLANS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/21  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  86  10 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/09   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/13   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  670   INTRODUCED  BY  CODY,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  MASTER  PLUMBER 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   2 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   2 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/14  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                   47   0 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                   46   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/21   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
3/21   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  369   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  671   INTRODUCED  BY  PATTERSON,  ET  AL. 

INCREASE  SPEED  LIMIT  ON  MONTANA  HIGHWAYS 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  94 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  96 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   1 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        88   5 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/11   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  499   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/11/89 

HB  672   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

RESTRICT  EXEMPTION  FROM  SOLID  WASTE  DISPOSAL 
REGULATIONS  TO  INDIVIDUALS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   5 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

3/10  HEARING 

3/13  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/15  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/16  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

3/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED 


41 


HB  673   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN 

PROVIDE  FOR  DIRECT  CAUSE  OF  ACTION  AGAINST  INSURER 
IN  AUTOMOBILE  ACCIDENT  LIABILITY  CASES 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  674   INTRODUCED  BY  KADAS 

PROVIDE  FOR  UNIFICATION  OF  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOLS  WITHIN 
HIGH  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  BOUNDARY 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/17   TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 
2/21   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  675   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 
REVISE  APICULTURE  LAWS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

2/14  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  94   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  8.  IRRIG. 

3/06  HEARING 

3/06  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/07  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/09  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  167   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/20/89 

HB  676   INTRODUCED  BY  RANEY,  ET  AL. 

INFECTIOUS  WASTE  MANAGEMENT  ACT 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/13  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/27  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/28  2ND  READING  PASSED                       83   9 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED                       92   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
4/05   HEARING 
4/10   HEARING 
4/13   MINORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
4/13   MAJORITY  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
4/13   MINORITY  REPORT  ADOPTED 

4/14   2ND  READING  NOT  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED    23  25 
4/14   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      28  21 

HB  677   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPOSIT  OF  UNEMPLOYMENT  INSURANCE  TAX; 
INCLUDES  INVESTMENT  INCOME 
BY  REQUEST  OF  HOUSE  LABOR  &  EMPLOYEE 
RELATIONS  COMMITTEE 

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2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/M  HEARING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/18  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/18   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  422   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  678   INTRODUCED  BY  GILBERT,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  NOTIFICATION  BY  AN  OWNER  OR  OPERATOR  PRIOR 
TO  CONDUCTING  FOREST  PRACTICES  ON  PRIVATE 
LAND 
BY  REQUEST  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  QUALITY  COUNCIL 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  92   5 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

^/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

3/10  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/17  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  45   1 

3/20  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  14 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/22   REVISED  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  423   EFFECTIVE  DATE:    1/01/90 

HB  679   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

REDUCE  SMALL  MINER  EXEMPTION  TO  2  ACRES  FOR  PLACER 

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OR  DREDGE  OPERATIONS 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   5 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  90   9 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/06   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  42   4 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   7 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        76   1 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   3 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  346   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  680   INTRODUCED  BY  GRADY,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  A  HARD-ROCK  MINER  USING  A  CYANIDE  ORE-PRO- 
CESSING REAGENT  TO  OBTAIN  AN  OPERATING  PERMIT 
FOR  AREA  WHERE  CYANIDE  IS  USED  OR  DISPOSED 

2/13  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  90   3 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   4 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
3/01   HEARING 

3/09   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        79   0 
3/16   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   2 
3/21   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/22   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/22   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  347   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  681   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS 

REORGANIZE  LEGISLATIVE  AGENCIES 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/14   REFERRED  TO  RULES 
2/15   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
2/16   HEARING 

2/20   FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 
2/21   FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 


HB  682 


INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 

ELECT  TENANT  AS  HOUSING  AUTHORITY  COMMISSIONER 


2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/15  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  92   5 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  78  21 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/16   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  26  19 

3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  34  15 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   3 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  514   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  683   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  MONTANA  SCIENCE  AND  TECHNOLOGY  FINANCING  ACT 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/18  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  98   0 


TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

3/01  REREFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 

3/10  HEARING 

3/10  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

3/11  2ND  READING  CONCURRED 

3/14  3RD  READING  CONCURRED 


34 
46 


RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/20   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/24   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 


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CHAPTER  NUMBER  316   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   3/24/89 

HB  684   INTRODUCED  BY  GRINDE 

AMEND  THE  FOOD,  DRUG,  AND  COSMETIC  ACT  TO  INCLUDE 
BOTTLED  WATER 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  93   4 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  95   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/03   HEARING 

3/04   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

3/08   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/14   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/15   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/15   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  169   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  685   INTRODUCED  BY  DAILY 

PROVIDE  FOR  A  TAX  ABATEMENT  PROGRAM  FOR  HISTORIC 
PROPERTIES 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  EDUCATION  &  CULTURAL  RESOURCES 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                       90   6 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED                       91   7 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 

3/20  2ND  READING  CONCURRED                   48   0 

3/22  3RD  READING  CONCURRED                   49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/28   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/29   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/03   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  424   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  686   INTRODUCED  BY  MCCORMICK.  ET  AL. 

CREATE  TRADITIONAL  NATIVE  AMERICAN  COUNSELORS  ACT 

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2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   25  74 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  687   INTRODUCED  BY  SCHVE 

REVISE  PROCEDURES  FOR  SALE  BY  COUNTY  OF  TAX-DEED 
LAND 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/15  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/03  HEARING 

3/20  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  688   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  RN  IN  FAMILY  PLANNING  CLINIC  TO  DISPENSE 
CONTRACEPTIVES 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  8. 
ENVIRONMENTAL  SCIENCES 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  8.  AGING 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  71  25 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  76  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  PUBLIC  HEALTH,  WELFARE  &  SAFETY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        46   3 
3/28   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/04   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  472   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/08/89 

HB  689   INTRODUCED  BY  HARRINGTON.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  CLASS  I  AND  CLASS  II  RAILROADS  TO  PROVIDE 

PORTABLE  TRANSCEIVERS  FOR  CREWS  ON  TRAINS 
OPERATING  IN  STATE 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/21   2ND  READING  PASSED  62  37 

2/22   3RD  READING  PASSED  65  35 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 
3/16   HEARING 

3/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/17   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        24  23 

HB  690   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL, 

PROVIDE  FOR  DEDUCTION  FROM  TAXABLE  VALUE  OF  TITLE 
INSURER  OR  A  TITLE  AGENT  THE  VALUE  OF  ITS 
TITLE  PLANT 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  84  13 

2/20  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/20  REREFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/07  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

3/21  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED       68  22 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  60  31 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  74  25 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/04   HEARING 

4/05   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/06   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/10   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/11   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   4 
4/12   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   7 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  617   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  691   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMPKINS 

PERMIT  GOVERNOR  TO  DESIGNATE  STATE  GOVERNMENT 

DEPARTMENT  RESPONSIBLE  FOR  ADMINISTERING 
FEDERAL  SURPLUS  PROPERTY 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  2ND  READING  PASSED  97   0 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

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2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

3/M  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   1 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        87   5 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/06   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  485   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  692   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH 

ESTABLISH  A  UNIFIED  SUPPORTED  EMPLOYMENT  AND 

EXTENDED  SERVICES  PROGRAM  FOR  PERSONS  WITH 
SEVERE  DISABILITIES 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/13  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  693   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY 

REVISE  PENSION  LAWS  TO  PROVIDE  FOR  PAYMENT  OF 
BENEFITS  IN  ACCORDANCE  WITH  QUALIFIED 
DOMESTIC  RELATIONS  ORDERS 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  694   INTRODUCED  BY  SQUIRES,  ET  AL. 

MANDATE  THAT  EMPLOYER  PURCHASE,  FURNISH,  AND  REQUIRE 
USE  OF  PROTECTIVE  CLOTHING  OR  OTHER  HEALTH 
AND  SAFETY  ITEMS  REQUIRED  IN  WORKPLACE 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   47  52 

HB  695   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN,  ET  AL. 

REVISE  ELIGIBILITY  FOR  UNEMPLOYMENT 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/20  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   49  50 

HB  696   INTRODUCED  BY  WHALEN.  ET  AL. 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

GRANT  POLITICAL  CANDIDATE  THE  RIGHT  TO  REPLY  TO  A 
NEWSPAPER  EDITORIAL  THAT  ASSAILS  OR  OPPOSES 
THE  CANDIDATE 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  NOT  PASSED 

2/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        61  35 

HB  697   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  A  FOREST  ROAD  CONSTRUCTION  OPERATOR 
LICENSE 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/15  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  698   INTRODUCED  BY  CAMPBELL,  ET  AL. 

GIVE  COUNTIES  AUTHORITY  OVER  AUTO  WRECKING 
FACILITIES  AND  GRAVEYARDS 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  699   INTRODUCED  BY  ADDY,  ET  AL. 

PATIENT  ASSURED  COMPENSATION  ACT 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/03  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  TAKEN  FROM  PRINTING 

3/22  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/28  HEARING 

3/29  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  70  26 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  76  23 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 
4/05   HEARING 
4/11   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  700   INTRODUCED  BY  PAVLOVICH,  ET  AL. 

GRANT  AN  EMPLOYMENT  PREFERENCE  FOR  VETERANS  AND 
ELIGIBLE  RELATIVES 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/14  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  77  22 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  81  18 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  8.  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/16   HEARING 

3/23   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/28   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        34  13 
3/29   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  37  12 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    63  34 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/08   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  97   0 

4/11   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  96   1 

SENATE 
4/05   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/08   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/11   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  47   0 

4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

4/20  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  95   2 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  96   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
4/21   2ND  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  50   0 

4/21   3RD  READING  GOVERNOR'S  AMENDMENTS 

CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  646   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  701   INTRODUCED  BY  SWYSGOOD 

REQUIRE  CENTRAL  FILING  OF  AGRICULTURAL  LIENS  WITH 
SECRETARY  OF  STATE 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE.  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

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2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   2 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   1 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 

3/08  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/08  HEARING 

3/21  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        47   1 

3/22  SEGREGATED  FROM  COM/WHOLE  REPORT 

3/23  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        47   2 

3/28  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   3 
4/08   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  529   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  702   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

ALLOW  LEASING  FOR  INSTREAM  FLOWS  DURING  DROUGHT 
DISASTER  OR  EMERGENCY 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  703   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  SALES  ASSESSMENT  RATIO  STUDY  PROCEDURES  USED 
IN  ANNUAL  ADJUSTMENTS 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/20  HEARING 

3/2  1  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/29  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   0 

3/30  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
4/07   HEARING 

4/11   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/12   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/13   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/15   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        81  15 
4/17   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        96   3 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

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4/24   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  636   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/28/89 

HB  704   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  5-YEAR  LIMIT  ON  CHALLENGES  TO  CREATION  OF 
COUNTY  ZONING  DISTRICTS 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/16  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  98   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 
3/16   HEARING 

3/22   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/28   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   6 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/30   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/31   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  441   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  705   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH,  ET  AL. 

LIMIT  INTEREST  TO  10  PERCENT  A  YEAR  ON  RETAIL 
INSTALLMENT  SALES 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  REJECTED  60  38 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  62  37 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  59  41 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/09   HEARING 
3/09   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        35   8 

HB  706   INTRODUCED  BY  NELSON,  T. 

REVISE  SURPLUS  LINES  INSURANCE  LAW 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  99   0 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  99   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/07   HEARING 
3/08   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 

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3/09   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/11   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  44   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/17   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/18   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  285   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  707   INTRODUCED  BY  IVERSON.  ET  AL. 

ALLOW  LEASING  FOR  INSTREAM  PURPOSES  BY  FISH, 
WILDLIFE.  AND  PARKS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  GOVERNOR 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED            64  35 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED                       63  34 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  AGRICULTURE,  LIVESTOCK  &  IRRIG. 
3/15   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/23   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        21  27 
3/23   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      29  19 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  HOUSE) 
4/11   RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  TO 

INDEFINITELY  POSTPONE  33  16 

4/13   REQUESTED  HOUSE  TO  RETURN  BILL 

(BILL  RETURNED  TO  SENATE) 
4/14   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED        28  20 
4/17   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  28  21 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/19   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    64  31 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  61  35 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  58  35 

SENATE 
4/19   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/20   FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/20   2ND  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  30  17 

4/20   3RD  READING  FREE  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  32  18 

4/27  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/28  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/28  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/11  SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

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CHAPTER  NUMBER  658   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   5/11/89 

HB  708   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

SUBSTITUTE  AUDIT  REPORT  FOR  ANNUAL  REPORT 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17   HEARING 

2/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

AND  PLACED  ON  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
2/21   3RD  READING  PASSED  92   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/14   HEARING 

3/14   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/16   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/18   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/23   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  370   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  709   INTRODUCED  BY  HANSON.  M..  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  COAL  BOARD  MONEY  TO  COMPLETE 
DECKER-BUSBY  HIGHWAY 

2/14  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

3/09  HEARING 

3/15  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  94   4 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  86   8 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  8.  TRANSPORTATION 
3/30   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
4/10   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/12   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/18   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/19   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/19   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/20   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

EFFECTIVE  DATE:  07/01/89 

HB  710   INTRODUCED  BY  DRISCOLL 

REQUIRE  THAT  REHABILITATION  SERVICES  FOR  DISABLED 
WORKERS  RESTORE  EARNING  CAPACITY 

2/14   INTRODUCED 

2/15   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16   HEARING 

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2/17   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 
2/21   2ND  READING  PASSED  96   4 

2/22   3RD  READING  PASSED  89  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 
3/14   HEARING 
3/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 

AS  AMENDED 
3/28   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED        29  19 

HB  711   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB,  ET  AL. 

CLARIFY  TESTING  OF  WEIGHTS  AND  MEASURES  BY 
DEPARTMENT  OF  COMMERCE 
BY  REQUEST  OF  LEGISLATIVE  AUDIT  COMMITTEE 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  95   3 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/15   HEARING 

3/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/04   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  442   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  712   INTRODUCED  BY  WALLIN,  ET  AL. 

CHANGE  FEES  FOR  CERTIFICATES  OF  TITLE  FOR  MOTOR 
VEHICLES.  SNOWMOBILES  AND  BOATS 
BY  REQUEST  OF  ATTORNEY  GENERAL 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  HEARING 

3/13  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/15  2ND  READING  PASSED  64  16 

3/17  3RD  READING  PASSED  83  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/18   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/29   HEARING 

3/29   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED 
3/31   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

4/03   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  42   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 

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4/08   SIGNED  BV  SPEAKER 
4/10   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/10   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/14   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  535   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  10/01/89 

HB  713   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH 

PROVIDE  FOR  MAIL  REGISTRATION.  REREGI STRATION .  AND 
ISSUANCE  OF  CERTIFICATES  OF  TITLE  FOR 
AUTOMOBILES  AND  LIGHT  TRUCKS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  HIGHWAYS  &  TRANSPORTATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/07  HEARING 

3/07  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  714   INTRODUCED  BY  BROWN,  J..  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  DEPARTMENT  OF  ADMINISTRATION  ESTABLISH 
WORKPLACE  SOLICITATION  PROGRAM 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/16  HEARING 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  715   INTRODUCED  BY  REAM.  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  STREAMSIDE  MANAGEMENT  STANDARDS  FOR 
TIMBER  HARVESTING 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/15  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/16  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  AS  AMENDED  FAILED   40  59 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

HB  716   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  WESTERN  JUDICIAL  DISTRICT 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  JUDICIARY 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

2/18  TAKEN  FROM  TABLE  BY  COMMITTEE 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/15  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  51  48 

3/23  3RD  READING  FAILED  48  50 

3/23  RECONSIDERED  PREVIOUS  ACTION  51  49 

3/23  3RD  READING  FAILED  50  50 

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HB  717   INTRODUCED  BY  GRINDE,  ET  AL. 

APPROPRIATE  CERTAIN  BOND  PROCEEDS  TO  BOARD  OF 
INVESTMENTS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/17  HEARING 

3/20  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  89  10 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  91   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/12   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  49   1 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
4/20   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   0 
4/20   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   1 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/26   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/27   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/16   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  684   EFFECTIVE  DATE:  05/16/89 

HB  718   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN .  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  AN  ANNEX  OF  THE  MONTANA  VETERANS'  HOME  TO 
BE  LOCATED  IN  GALEN 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/14  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  87   9 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  87  10 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
4/11   HEARING 

4/15   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  36   6 

4/19   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  39  11 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 

4/20  2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        90   1 

4/20  3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        93   0 

4/26  SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 

4/26  SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 

4/27  TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 

5/16  VETOED 

THE  RESULTS  OF  A  LEGISLATIVE  POLL  TO  DETERMINE  IF  THE 
GOVERNOR'S  VETO  WILL  BE  SUSTAINED  OR  OVERRIDDEN  WERE 
NOT  AVAILABLE  AT  THE  TIME  OF  PUBLICATION.   THE  RESULTS 
OF  THE  POLL.  CONDUCTED  BY  THE  SECRETARY  OF  STATE,  WILL 
BE  TABULATED  06/16/89.   IF  THE  VETO  IS  OVERRIDDEN,  THE 
BILL  WOULD  BECOME  LAW,  EFFECTIVE  07/01/89. 

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HB  719   INTRODUCED  BY  MENAHAN,  ET  AL. 

PROHIBIT  CONTRACTING  OF  STATE  SERVICES  EXCEPT  UNDER 
SPECIFIC  CIRCUMSTANCES 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  LABOR  &  EMPLOYMENT  RELATIONS 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  87  10 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  88  12 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/16   HEARING 

3/21   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  NOT  CONCURRED 
3/21   ADVERSE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  ADOPTED         29  19 

HB  720   INTRODUCED  BY  GIACOMETTO,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  ECONOMIC  IMPACT  ANALYSIS  OF  WILDLIFE  HABITAT 
ACQUISITION 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  FISH  8.  GAME 

2/16  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  96   2 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  97   3 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  FISH  &  GAME 

3/16  HEARING 

3/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/18  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/21  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        92   2 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        86   4 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  515   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/12/89 

HB  721   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH 

REQUIRE  LOCAL  GOVERNING  BODY  TO  USE  STATUTORY 

CRITERIA  TO  DETERMINE  IF  CERTAIN  EXEMPTIONS 
ARE  CLAIMED  FOR  PURPOSE  OF  EVADING  MONTANA 
SUBDIVISION  AND  PLATTING  ACT 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  722   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

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REVISE  MONTANA  AGRICULTURAL  LOAN  AUTHORITY  ACT 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/17  HEARING 

3/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  723   INTRODUCED  BY  COBB 

REVISE  AND  CLARIFY  THE  LAWS  RELATING  TO  THE 
PROVISION  OF  GENERAL  RELIEF 
BY  REQUEST  OF  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL  & 
REHABILITATION  SERVICES 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/01  HEARING 

3/02  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/04  2ND  READING  PASSED  81   1 

3/07  3RD  READING  PASSED  92   0 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/08   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 
3/14   HEARING 

3/18   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/20   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  48   0 

3/22   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  47   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
3/29   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
3/30   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/05   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  451   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  724   INTRODUCED  BY  COHEN.  ET  AL. 

PROVIDE  ELECTION  DAY  REGISTRATION;  REVISE  OTHER 
REGISTRATION  PROCEDURES 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/17  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  725   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ.  ET  AL. 

PLACE  CONSTITUTIONAL  LIMITS  ON  STATE  AND  LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT  TAXATION 

2/15   INTRODUCED 
2/16   REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 
3/20   HEARING 

3/28   MOTION  FAILED  TO  TAKE  FROM  COMMITTEE    53  46 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  726   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS 

PROVIDE  PROCEDURES  FOR  EXTRATERRITORIAL  ZONING 


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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  LOCAL  GOVERNMENT 

2/18  HEARING 

2/18  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  727   INTRODUCED  BY  MARKS 

SET  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  MONITORING  WELL  STANDARDS  AND 
LICENSES 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED                        92   2 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED                       96   4 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 

3/13  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 

3/15  2ND  READING  CONCURRED  47   0 

3/17  3RD  READING  CONCURRED  38   8 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        94   0 
4/01   3RD  READING  AMENDMENTS  CONCURRED        91   1 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  516   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   4/12/89 

HB  728   INTRODUCED  BY  O'KEEFE.  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  A  WATER  RESOURCES  RECLAMATION  BOND  FROM  COAL 
AND  HARD-ROCK  MINERS 

2/15   INTRODUCED 

2/16   REFERRED  TO  NATURAL  RESOURCES 
2/17   FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  729   INTRODUCED  BY  HANNAH.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  EXPENSE  REIMBURSEMENT  FOR  LEGISLATORS  DURING 
SESSION 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  LEGISLATIVE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       48  49 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

HB  730   INTRODUCED  BY  SPAETH,  ET  AL. 

REQUIRE  SECRETARY  OF  STATE  TO  COMPILE  AND  MAINTAIN 
A  LIST  OF  ALL  REGISTERED  ELECTORS  IN  STATE 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  91   7 

2/21  TAKEN  FROM  ENGROSSING 

2/21  REREFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/22  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

2/28  HEARING 

3/23  COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  PASSED 

3/23  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  88   9 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  87   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/31   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
4/05   HEARING 

4/06   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
4/08   2ND  READING  CONCUR  MOTION  FAILED        20  24 
4/08   2ND  READING  INDEFINITELY  POSTPONED      25  19 

HB  731   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

FUND  NURSING  PROGRAM  AT  MSU 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

3/02  HEARING 

3/16  HEARING 

3/16  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  732   INTRODUCED  BY  SIMON 

ENSURE  THE  ACCURACY  OF  INFORMATION  RECORDED  ON  DEATH 
CERTIFICATES 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  DO  PASS  MOTION  FAILED       32  65 

HB  733   INTRODUCED  BY  BROOKE.  ET  AL. 

CERTIFY  LICENSED  CLINICAL  PSYCHOLOGISTS  AS  MENTAL 
HEALTH  PROFESSIONALS 

2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  83  11 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  85  14 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  STATE  ADMINISTRATION 
3/15   HEARING 

DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  734   INTRODUCED  BY  THOMAS.  ET  AL. 

REVISE  INSURANCE  AGENT  LICENSING  LAWS 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 


2/15  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

2/21  2ND  READING  PASSED  AS  AMENDED  93   4 

2/22  3RD  READING  PASSED  94   6 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
2/28   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/10   HEARING 

3/16   COMMITTEE  REPORT--BILL  CONCURRED  AS  AMENDED 
3/17   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  46   0 

3/20   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  46   2 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE  WITH  AMENDMENTS 
3/31   2ND  READING  AMENDMENTS  NOT  CONCURRED    82  11 
4/04   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  92   6 

4/14   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  89  10 

SENATE 
4/05   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  APPOINTED 
4/12   CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  REPORT  NO.  1 
4/13   2ND  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  48   0 

4/15   3RD  READING  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE 

REPORT  NO.  1  ADOPTED  46   0 

4/27   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/28   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/28   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
5/23   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  713   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   1/01/90 

HB  735   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  SCHOOL  CAPITAL  PROJECTS  ACCOUNT 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/07  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/09  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/14  HEARING 

3/20  HEARING 

3/22  TABLED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  736   INTRODUCED  BY  GOULD,  ET  AL. 

PERMIT  REGISTRATION  OF  FLEET  VEHICLES  FOR  6-MONTH 
PERIOD 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

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HOUSE  FINAL  STATUS 

3/01  HEARING 

3/14  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED  AS  AMENDED 

3/17  2ND  READING  PASSED  85   9 

3/20  3RD  READING  PASSED  93   5 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/21   REFERRED  TO  BUSINESS  &  INDUSTRY 
3/27   HEARING 

3/28   COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  CONCURRED 
3/29   2ND  READING  CONCURRED  49   0 

3/31   3RD  READING  CONCURRED  50   0 

RETURNED  TO  HOUSE 
4/06   SIGNED  BY  SPEAKER 
4/07   SIGNED  BY  PRESIDENT 
4/07   TRANSMITTED  TO  GOVERNOR 
4/12   SIGNED  BY  GOVERNOR 

CHAPTER  NUMBER  517   EFFECTIVE  DATE:   7/01/89 

HB  737   INTRODUCED  BY  RAMIREZ 

REVISE  THE  TAX  RATES  FOR  INDIVIDUAL  INCOME 
TAXPAYERS 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  TAXATION 

3/06  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

3/08  HEARING 

3/11  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/28  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  738   INTRODUCED  BY  ROTH,  ET  AL. 

ESTABLISH  A  WAITING  PERIOD  FOR  ELIGIBILITY  TO 
RECEIVE  GENERAL  RELIEF 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  HUMAN  SERVICES  &  AGING 

2/17  HEARING 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/20  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

2/21  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 
DIED  IN  COMMITTEE 

HB  739   INTRODUCED  BY  BOHARSKI ,  ET  AL. 

ALLOCATE  A  PORTION  OF  THE  LODGING  FACILITY  USE  TAX 

ATTRIBUTABLE  TO  STATE  AGENCY  IN-STATE  LODGING 
TO  THE  GENERAL  FUND 

2/16  INTRODUCED 

2/16  REFERRED  TO  APPROPRIATIONS 

2/17  FISCAL  NOTE  REQUESTED 

2/27  FISCAL  NOTE  RECEIVED 

3/01  FISCAL  NOTE  PRINTED 

3/17  HEARING 

3/18  COMMITTEE  REPORT — BILL  PASSED 

3/22  2ND  READING  PASSED  63  33 

3/23  3RD  READING  PASSED  58  39 

TRANSMITTED  TO  SENATE 
3/27   REFERRED  TO  FINANCE  &  CLAIMS 

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