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of Bills and Resolutions 
of the 
SENATE 
and 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
of the State of Montana 
FIFTY-SIXTH LEGISLATURE 


REGULAR SESSION 
January 4, 1999, to April 21, 1999 


SPECIAL SESSION 
June 15 and 16, 1999 


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Second and Third Reading Votes 


56th Montana Legislature 
January 4, 1999, through April 21, 1999 


This publication is a supplement to the History and Final Status of the 56th 
Montana Legislature, published pursuant to section 1-11-303, MCA. 
Unofficial Votes and Amendments: Votes and amendments in this 
document are unofficial. Official votes and amendments are contained in the 
Journals of the Senate and House of Representatives and are on file with the 
Montana Secretary of State. 


HB 1 (Fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved HB 1 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 93 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Lawson, Rehbein, Sliter, Wagner. 
Total 7 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 1 (Fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 91 

Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Lawson, Rehbein, Sliter, Wagner. 
Total 7 

Excused: None. 


HB 1 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 2 


Total 0 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Younkin. 
Total 2 


HB 1 (Sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator Swysgood 
moved HB 1, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried with Senators 
Miller and Wells voting nay. 


HB 1 (Sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by the 
Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Miller, Wells. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellis, Tester. 

Total 2 


HB 1 (Eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved that HB 1 be moved to the bottom of the board. Motion carried. 


HB 1 (Eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved HB 1, as amended, do pass. 


HB 1 (Eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved HB 1, as amended, do pass .Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 67 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, P. Clark, 
Cobb, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gillan, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Orr, 
Raney, Rehbein, Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 33 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


Absent or not voting: None. 


3 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 1 


Total 0 


HB 1 (Eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Buzzas, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 68 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, 
P. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Ewer, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, 
Sliter, Somerville, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 30 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: E. Clark, Wyatt. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page B-3, following line 24. 

Insert: “e. Mental Health Services for Low-Income Montanans (Restricted) 
3,000,000” (general fund fiscal 2000) 
“3,000,000” (general fund fiscal 2001) 

2. Page B-12, following line 13. 


Insert: “Funds in item 10e may be used only for unexpected increases in 
the cost of community services and prescription medications for the 
nonmedicaid population served by the Montana mental health program. 
Funds in item 10e may not be used for state hospital or state nursing care 
center services. Funds in item 10e may be expended only after the 
department certifies to the office of budget and program planning that other 
appropriations for community services and prescription drugs for the 
nonmedicaid population are not adequate to support the cost of the program.” 


Explanation: This amendment adds $6 million general fund over the 
biennium for community services and prescription drug costs for the 
non-Medicaid group served by the Montana mental health program. The 
funds cannot be used for state institution costs. 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Cobb, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Juneau, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 


Total 29 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 4 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 66 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Gillan, Golie, Hibbard. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-1, line 4. 


Strike: “17,792,658” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000] 
Insert: “17,692,658” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000] 
Strike: “17,675,072” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2001] 
Insert: “17,575,072” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2001] 
2. Page B-1. 


Following: line 8 
Insert: “c. Psychological Evaluations (Biennial)” 


“100,000” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000] 
“100,000” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


Explanation: This amendment appropriates $200,000 general fund for the 
biennium to be used for psychological evaluations for FAIM clients that may 
need this service. 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page B-8. 

Following: line 6 

Insert: “The department shall use $300,000 from the TANF ”rainy- day 
reserve” in fiscal year 2000 and fiscal year 2001 for providing chemical 
dependency services to long-term FAIM recipients.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 52 








5 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rose, 
Shockley, Sliter, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 45 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Stovall. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Squires moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page B-1. 


Following: line 8 
Insert: “c. Montana Food Bank Processing Project (Restriced/OTO) 
50,000 [General Fund fiscal 2000] 
50,000” [General Fund fiscal 2001] 

2. Page B-8. 

Following: line 9 

Insert: “Item 1c is contingent on the receipt of the social security 
contribution account reversion to the general fund under 19-1-602(4) and 
must be used for the canning and processing of meat donated to the Montana 
food bank. The processing will be done at the processing plant at the Montana 
state prison.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, 
Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, 
Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 48 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, 
Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Ohs. 

Total 1 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 6 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Squires moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page B-1. 


Following: line 8 
Insert: “c. Montana Food Bank Processing Project (Restriced/OTO) 


74,500 [General Fund fiscal 2000] 
74,500” [General Fund fiscal 2001] 
2. Page B-8. 


Following: line 9 

Insert: “Item 1c is contingent on the receipt of the social security 
contribution account reversion to the general fund under 19-1-602(4) and 
must be used for the canning and processing of meat donated to the Montana 
food bank. The processing will be done at the processing plant at the Montana 
state prison.” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, 
Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 47 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, 
Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 50 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Hibbard, Ohs. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Jore moved the amendment be divided. Thereupon, the first 
amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 


7 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Swanson, Tash, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 87 
Noes: Hanson, Johnson, Masolo, Soft, Taylor, Thomas. 
Total 6 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Grinde, Harrington, Mood, Ohs. 
Total 5 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page B-8, following line 16. 

Insert: “The department shall not accept any incentive payments under 
adoption 2002.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, Jore, Lawson, Lenhart, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Shockley, Smith, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 20 
Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 78 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-1, line 20. 


Strike: “42,579,222 43,523,754” 
Insert: “42,447,108 43,338,792” 
2. Page B-2. 


Following: line 5 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 


Insert: “f. HIV Medication and Case Management 
132,114" (general fund fiscal 2000) 
“184,962” (general fund fiscal 2001) 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Noennig, Pavlovich, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 438 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Guggenheim, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook. 

Total 51 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Gallus, McGee, Menahan, Ohs, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 5 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Krenzler moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page B-4. 

Strike: line 4 through line 24 in their entirety 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, Beck, Bitney, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harrington, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt. 

Total 52 


Noes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Erickson, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Matthews, McCann, Orr, Peck, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 41 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 


9 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Absent or not voting: Harper, Lindeen, Ohs, Raney, Shockley. 
Total 5 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Facey moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page B-7. 

Following: line 16 

Insert: “TANF block grant funds of $100,000 each year of the 2001 
biennium are appropriated for the purpose of enhancing the adult basic 
education program for FAIM financial assistance participants. The funds are 
to be used to provide adult basic education, adult literacy programs, and 
learning disability assessment, identification, and followup services for FAIM 
financial assistance participants.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 81 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Fisher, Fuchs, Holden, Johnson, 
Jore, Orr, Wagner. 
Total 10 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Grinde, Haines, Ohs, Shockley, Sliter, Vick. 
Total 7 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page B-9, lines 22 and 23. 

Strike: lines 22 and 23 in their entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Haines, Hanson, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Lenhart, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Soft, 
Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 44 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 10 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Molnar, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Squires, Story, Swanson, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 53 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Mood, Ohs. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Wyatt moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page A-4, line 11. 

Strike: “166,620” 

Insert: “567,365” 

Strike: “9,180” 

Insert: “10,460” (state special revenue fiscal 2000) 

“401,776” (federal funds) 

Strike: “166,609” 

Insert: “620,636” 

Strike: “9,180” 


Insert: “10,460” (state special revenue fiscal 2001) 
“455,058” (federal funds) 

2. Page B-3. 

Strike: line 16 in its entirety 

Insert: “6,339,691” - (general fund fiscal 2000) 
“1,626,939” (state special revenue) 
“6,142,974” (federal funds) 
“6,005,041” (general fund fiscal 2001) 
“1,646,299” (state special revenue) 
“6,139,891” (federal funds) 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, 
Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 47 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 


11 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 51 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page A-56 in the HB 2 narrative. 

“The Legislative Fiscal Division is directed to eliminate 1.5 FTE in the 
General Operations Program and to move the associated funding of $40,782 in 
fiscal 2000 and $40,486 in fiscal 2001 from personal services to operating 
expenses.” 


2. Page A-60 in the HB 2 narrative. 


“The Legislative Fiscal Division is directed to eliminate 5.45 FTE in the 
Construction Program and to move the associated funding of $157,477 in fiscal 
2000 and $156,364 in fiscal 2001 from personal services to operating 
expenses.” 


This amendment eliminates FTE that have been vacant for an extended 
period, but moves the funding associated with the position to operating 
expenses. This would allow the agency to either contract for the services or 
request modified FTE during the 2001 biennium. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 63 
Noes: Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 36 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 

Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 12 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page A-3, line 18. 


Strike: “1,186,102 1,140,911” [general fund amounts] 
Insert: “1,206,102 1,160,911” [general fund amounts] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


2. Page A-4, following line 14. 


Insert: “It is the intent of the legislature that the Montana consensus 
council continue to be supported by a balance of grants, fees, and general fund 
money to maintain its integrity and credibility. The council should not 
become dependent on any one source of support.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Ohs, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tash, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 44 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 53 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Mood. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Zook moved HB 2 do pass. 


Representative Taylor gave opening remarks on Section A: General 
Government and Transportation. 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gutsche moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page B-1, line 20. 

Strike: “42,579,222 43,523,754” General Fund 

Insert: “42,779,222 43,723,754” General Fund 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 


13 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 

Total 44 | 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, 
McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 54 

Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page B-1, line 10. 


Strike: “18,892,894 17,059,834” Gen fund, fed funds FY00 

Strike: “19,395,212 17,557,732” Gen fund, fed funds FY01 

Insert: “18,698,180 16,987,816” Gen fund, fed funds FY00 

Insert: “19,196,343 17,484,178” Gen fund, fed funds FY00 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Jackson, Jore, Lenhart, Masolo, McGee, 
Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 29 
Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 69 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 

Total 1 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 14 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page B-2, line 1. 
Insert: “500,000” (general fund fiscal 2000) 
2. Page B-10, line 20. 


Following: “communities.” 

Insert: “The general fund appropriation in item 5c must be used for 
tobacco prevention programs. The general fund appropriation in item 5c is 
available only if tobacco settlement funds are not received during fiscal year 
2000. If tobacco settlement funds are received after the expenditure of all or a 
portion of the general fund appropriation in item 5c, then the amount of the 
expenditure must be deposited in the general fund from the tobacco 
settlement proceeds.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 37 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 60 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Shockley. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page B-12. 

Following: line 13 

Insert: “Up to $2 million in general fund money from items 10c and 10d is 
appropriated over the biennium to the foster care program if children are 
decertified from mental health services and the cost of providing ongoing 
mental health services is paid from the foster care budget.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Brainard, Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Erickson, 
Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 


15 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Smith, Squires, Story, Tropila, Tuss, Wyatt. 


Total 39 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Quilici, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 59 

Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-3, line 16. 


Strike: “6,740,436” 
Insert: “1,479,416” 
Following: “14,913,405” 
Strike: “7,009,068” 
Insert: “1,529,674” 


2. Page B-3, line 22. 


Following: “12,717,093” 
Strike: “5,539,771” 
Insert: “2,308,461” 

3. Page B-3, line 24. 
Following: “25,879,298” 
Strike: “11,247,414” 
Insert: “4,784,793” 
Following: “39,189,563” 
Strike: “16,320,408” 
Insert: “7,066,684” 


4. Page B-3. 

Following: line 24 

Insert: “e. Montana State Hospital (Restricted) 
5,261,020 (general fund - fiscal 2000) 
9,693,931 (state special revenue) 
5,479,394 (general fund - fiscal 2001) 
9,253,724” (state special revenue) 

5. Page B-12. 


Following: line 13 
Insert: “Pursuant to 17-8-103, the department may not spend more for 
Montana state hospital services than the amount in item 10e [Montana state 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 16 


hospital] and the $700,000 in state special revenue funds appropriated in the 
following section.” 

Explanation: This amendment limits the department’s expenditures for 
the Montana State Hospital to the amount appropriated expressly for state 
hospital services. The department may not expend more for state hospital 
services than the line item amount plus up to $700,000 of state special 
revenue from penalties assessed and collected from the contractor for delay in 
moving into the new state hospital. 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Facey, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Hurdle, Jore, 
Juneau, Mangan, McCulloch, McGee, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Smith, Stovall, Tash, Tropila, Tuss, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 33 


Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Fisher, Gallus, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 65 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Hibbard. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page B-4. 

Following: line 3 


Insert: “The department shal! maintain a message board on its website 
beginning October 1, 1999.” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 81 


7 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: P. Clark, Ewer, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Lenhart, McCann, Rehbein, Somerville, Vick. 


Total 14 

Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: Dale, Fuchs, Squires. 
Total 3 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page B-12, line 13. 


Following: “]” 

Insert: “and may not be expended if the 180-day notice of termination 
provided for in the mental health access plan contract is withdrawn” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: E. Bergsagel. 

Total 1 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Hibbard. 


Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-1, line 4. 


Strike: “17,792,658” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000] 
Insert: “17,542,658” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000] 
Strike: “17,675,072” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2001] 
Insert: “17,425,072” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, EK. Clark, P. Clark, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 18 


R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 89 
Noes: Adams, Buzzas, Johnson, Menahan, Schmidt, Wyatt. 

Total 6 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Gallus, Golie, Hibbard. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-12, line 12. 

Following: “contract” 

Insert: “and has published a request for proposals to competitively award a 
statewide administrative services contract for the mental health program” 

2. Page B-12, line 13. 


66 99 


Following: “. 

Insert: “The department may not spend funds in item 10d unless it has 
undertaken a competitive bid process and awarded a contract for a statewide 
administrative services contract for the mental health program.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Eggers, Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jore, 
Juneau, Mangan, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Orr, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Squires, Story, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 51 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, E. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, 
Ewer, Fisher, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McKenney, Molnar, Noennig, Rose, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook. 

Total 45 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Totalae 


Absent or not voting: Grinde, Hibbard. 


19 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 
Total 2 
HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 


Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 
1. Page B-1, line 10. 


Strike: “18,892,894” [General Funds Fiscal Year 2000] 
Insert: “19,142,894” [General Funds Fiscal Year 2000] 
Strike: “19,395,212” [General Funds Fiscal Year 2001] 
Insert: “19,645,212” [General Funds Fiscal Year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


Explanation: The purpose of this amendment is to add $250,000 general 
fund each year of the biennium for subsidized adoptions. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 

Total 51 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 47 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Johnson. 
Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page B-8, following line 16. 

Insert: “Any incentive funds received by the department under adoption 
2002 shall be used for family reunification.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, 
Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Haines, 
Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 


Total 28 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 20 


Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, Cobb, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 68 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, McCann. 


Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lenhart moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page B-11, line 20 through page B-12, line 1. 

Strike: page B-11, line 20 through page B-12, line 1 in their entirety 

Insert: “It is the intent of the legislature that 32 individuals in the 
Montana developmental center and Eastmont human services center not be 
transferred to community services.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Barnett, Beck, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 54 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt. 
Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 44 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page B-8. 


21 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Following: line 6 

Insert: “The department may expend $4 million of the TANF ”rainy-day 
reserve” in the 2001 biennium to provide the match for individual 
development accounts (IDA). The department shall determine who is eligible 
for an IDA.” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Buzzas, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 


Total 45 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 52 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Peck. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Swanson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page B-2, line 6. 

Following: line 5 

Insert: “f. Children’s Health Insurance Program 1,302,459 3,375,913” 
(general fund fiscal 2000 and federal special fiscal 2000) 

2. Page B-11, line 1. 

Following: page B-10 

Insert: “The appropriations in item 5f are available only if tobacco 
settlement funds are not received during fiscal year 2000 for the program. If 
federal tobacco settlement funds are received after the expenditure of all or a 
portion of the appropriation, then the amount of the expenditure must be 
deposited in the general fund from the tobacco settlement proceeds.” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Rt coens Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin- Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 22 


Total 42 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 57 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Squires moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page B-7. 


Following: line 16 

Insert: “The department shall provide semiannual reports, beginning July 
1, 1999, to the appropriate legislative committee and the legislative finance 
committee and shall make the reports available on the department’s internet 
virtual pavilion site. The report must include: 


(1) the number of sanctions administered; 

(2) the number of repeat sanctions; 

(3) the progress that the department is making in determining 
the cause of repeat sanctions; and 

(4) the department’s progress in working with FAIM recipients 


to eliminate repeat sanctions.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 58 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McKenney, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Sliter, 
Somerville, Story, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt. 

Total 41 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, Aye. 
Excused: Trexler. 


23 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page B-1, line 4. 


Strike: “17,792,658” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 
Insert: “17,299,136” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 
Strike: “17,675,072” [General fund fiscal year 2001] 
Insert: “17,181,549” [General fund fiscal year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 

2. Page B-7. 


Strike: line 5 through line 7 in their entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, 
Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, 
Lawson, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 34 
Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 63 
Voted Absentee: Pavlovich, No. 
Excused: Trexler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: E. Bergsagel, Fuchs. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page B-83, following line 24. 

Insert: “e. Mental Health Managed Care 
Claims(OTO/Restricted) 

10,000,000” (general fund fiscal 2000) 

2. Page B-12, following line 13. 

Insert: “Funds in item 10e must be used to pay mental health providers 
that were contemplated to receive but have not received payments under the 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 24 


state’s mental health managed care contract. Funds in item 10e may not be 
used for any other purpose.” 

Explanation: This amendment appropriates $10 million general fund in 
fiscal 2000 to pay additional claims for mental health services. Funds that are 
not spent will revert to the general fund. 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 33 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 62 
Excused: Pavlovich, Trexler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Dell, Hibbard, Krenzler. 


Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Brainard moved the amendment be divided. Thereupon, the second and third 
amendments adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Erickson, Facey, Gillan, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Mangan, McCann; McCulloch, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Peck, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Williams, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Brainard, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Harrington, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Matthews, McGee, Menahan, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Ryan, Story, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 42 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, No. 
Excused: Masolo. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Hedges, Witt. 

Total 2 


25 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Somerville moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-4, line 6. 

Strike: “13,077,305 15,821,432”[general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “12,327,305 15,071,482”[ general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

2. Page E-1. 

Following: line 14 

Insert: “f. Gifted and Talented Program Specialist (Restricted) 77,500 
77,500” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

3. Page E-2, line 15. 

Strike: “150,000 150,000” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “900,000 900,000” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

LFD will adjust totals. 

Explanation: This amendment is in the Department of Corrections and 
the Office of Public Instruction. It reduces the funding for Corrections by 
$750,000 each year and provides that funding for the Distributions program in 
OPI. It also adds $77,500 general fund per year as a restricted appropriation 
for a program specialist and funding for operational expenditures in the 
Administration Program. 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Grinde moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-3, line 17. 

Strike: “13,357,166 138,631,305 (general fund) 

Insert: 13,222,833 13,494,992” (general fund) 

2. Page D-3. 

Following: line 21 

Insert: “c. Montana Children’s Trust Fund Account 

856,561 894,554” (general fund) 

3. Page D-3, line 23. 

Strike: “29,898,358 30,536,924 (general fund) 

Insert: 29,598,566 30,230,818” (general fund) 

4, Page D-4, line 4. 

Strike: “28,116,262 28,334,524 (general fund) 

Insert: 27,704,326 27,892,964” (general fund) 

5. Page D-4, line 8. 

Strike: “1,028,033 1,035,485 (general fund) 

Insert: 1,017,533 1,024,910” (general fund) 

LFA will adjust totals. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, McCulloch, McKenney, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 26 


Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 65 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, EK. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Davies, Ewer, Gallus, Harrington, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Shockley, Smith, Story, Vick, Wagner, Witt. 
Total 33 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Zook. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Vick moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-4, line 4. 

Strike: “28,116,262 28,334,524 

Insert: “27,953,941 28,173,319” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 75 
Noes: Beck, R. Clark, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Harper, Harrington, 
Juneau, Krenzler, Mangan, McCann, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Ryan, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 21 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark, Eggers, Hedges, Ohs. 

Total 4 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Vick moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-4. 

Following: line 18 

Insert: “The department is directed to transfer 8 FTE from the operations 
of Montana state prison to the Pine Hills youth correctional facility.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 


27 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Peck, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 70 


Noes: Beck, P. Clark, Dell, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Juneau, Krenzler, Mangan, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Schmidt, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 


Total 26 

Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Eggers, Hanson, Hedges, Ohs. 
Total 4 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Mood moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-4, line 21. 
Strike: “448,123 


447,252” 

Insert: “588,123 [general fund] 587,252” [general 
fund] 

LFD will adjust totals. 


This request adds $140,000 general fund in fiscal year 2000 and $140,000 
general fund in fiscal year 2001 in the Job Service Division for the 
Apprenticeship Training program for related instruction grants payable to . 
apprenticeship employer/sponsors. 


Representative Mood withdrew his amendment. 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-1. 


Following: line 22 
Insert: “c. Leasing of Winter Habitat (Restricted/Biennial) 


200,000” State 
Special Revenue, Fiscal 2000 
2. Page C-4. 
Following: line 8 
Insert: “Item 2c is to be used to lease winter habitat for big game on 
private lands. Owners of land leased with this money may not outfit on the 
leased land.” 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 28 


Explanation: This amendment adds $200,000 from the general license 
account for the 2001 biennium to the Field Services Division in the 
Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks to lease winter big game habitat. 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, Menahan, Molnar, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Raney, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook. 

Total 51 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Jore, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, 
Sliter, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Vick, Witt, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 49 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-10. 


Following: line 24 

Insert: “The department shall attempt to keep its fiscal year revenue/cost 
ratio for timber sales at or above 2:1 by reducing timber sale costs or general 
administration costs of the timber sales program. The department shall 
report to the natural resources appropriations subcommittee of the 57th 
legislature on the revenue/cost ratio for the last 2 fiscal years and, if any ratio 
is below 2:1, shall explain to the subcommittee why costs were not reduced to 
obtain a ratio of at least 2:1.” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 


29 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: Adams, Davies, Fisher, Haines, Johnson, Lawson, Ohs, Orr, Story, 
Wagner, Wyatt. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Younkin moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page C-8, line 23. 

Strike: “3,873,567 3,899,886” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 

Insert: “3,733,567 3,759,886” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 

LFD shall amend totals. 

Explanation: This amendment eliminates the Forest Management Legal 
Compliance present law adjustment in the Trust Land Management Division 
in the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation and reduces state 
special revenue from the sale of timber from common school trust lands by 
$140,000 each fiscal year. 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, 
Jore, Kasten, McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Peck, Quilici, Shockley, Sliter, 
Smith, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin. 

Total 40 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 58 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Simon, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Ohs moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-15, line 10. 
Following: line 9 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 30 


Insert: “It is the intent of the legislature that the department use $200,000 
of tourism promotion funds each fiscal year for the Lewis and Clark 
bicentennial commission.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Kasten, McGee, 
Orr, Rehbein, Tuss, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 12 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Story. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page C-13. 
Following: line 8 
Insert: “d. Grant to Fort Peck Interpretive Center 


10,000,000 (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2000) 
10,000,000” (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2001) 
2. Page C-14. 


Following: line 25 

Insert: “The appropriation in item 4d is contingent on the availability of 
general fund revenue, as represented by collections from inheritance taxes, as 
follows: 


(1) If the fiscal year 1999 receipts from inheritance taxes exceed $17.7 
million, then the amount exceeding $17.7 million, but not more than $10 
million, is appropriated to the department for a grant to the Fort Peck 
interpretive center. 


(2) Except as provided in subsection (3), if the fiscal year 2000 receipts 
from inheritance taxes exceed $16.75 million, then the amount exceeding 
$16.75 million, but not more than $10 million, is appropriated to the 
department for a grant to the Fort Peck interpretive center. 

(3) The amount appropriated from the fiscal year 2000 excess inheritance 
tax collections, when added to the amount appropriated from the fiscal year 
1999 excess inheritance tax collections, may not exceed a total of $10 million. 


dl SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


(4) The amount appropriated in subsection (1) must be appropriated as 
soon as practicable following the end of fiscal year 1999, and the amount 
appropriated in subsection (2) must be appropriated as soon as practicable 
following the end of fiscal year 2000.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Hagener, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, 
Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Pavlovich, Rehbein, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Trexler, Tropila, Wyatt. 

Total 19 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 


Total 77 

Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Bitney, Hedges, Hibbard, Peck. 
Total 4 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Raney moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page C-11. 

Strike: lines 3 and 4 in their entirety 

2. Page C-11, line 14. 

Strike: “7e” 

Insert: “7d” 

Explanation: This amendment in the Conservation and Resource 
Development Division of the Department of Natural Resources and 
Conservation removes the language appropriation to spend $15,000 per year of 
grazing fees because the money is already appropriated in HB 2. 

This amendment also corrects a reference to a line item. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 32 


Total 67 
Noes: Ahner, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Grinde, Hagener, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Johnson, Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Sliter, 
Story, Tash, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook. 

Total 32 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye; Lindeen, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Mr. Speaker. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-99 in the HB 2 narrative. 


“The Legislative Fiscal Division is directed to eliminate 1.00 FTE in the 
Banking and Financial Institutions Division and to move the associated 
funding of $34,411 in fiscal 2000 and $34,173 in fiscal 2001 from personal 
services to operating expenses.” 

2. Page C-102 in the HB 2 narrative. 


“The Legislative Fiscal Division is directed to eliminate 0.50 FTE in the 
Professional and Occupational Licensing Division and to move the associated 
funding of $17,548 in fiscal 2000 and $17,438 in fiscal 2001 from personal 
services to operating expenses.” 


3. Page C-117 in the HB 2 narrative. 


“The Legislative Fiscal Division is directed to eliminate 1.00 FTE in the 
Housing Division and to move the associated funding of 29,537 in fiscal 2000 
and $29,335 in fiscal 2001 from personal services to operating expenses.” 


This amendment eliminates FTE that have been vacant for an extended 
period, but moves the funding associated with the positions to operating 
expenses. This would allow the agency to either contract for the services or 
request modified FTE during the 2001 biennium. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 


Noes: Buzzas, Erickson, Gallus, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Lindeen, 
Menahan, Quilici, Swanson, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 


Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye; Lindeen, No. 


33 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Grinde, Haines, Kasten, McCann, Mood, Squires, Stovall. 
Total 7 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Hagener moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-1. 

Strike: line 14 in its entirety 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 68 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Hedges, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 30 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Holden, Younkin. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page C-7. 

Following: line 7 

Insert: 

“The department shall put on its internet site at the beginning of fiscal 
years 2000 and 2001 the goals and benchmarks for certain functions. At least 
every 6 months thereafter, the department shall update the site to show the 
progress made in achieving the goals and benchmarks for those functions, 
including any changes being made to achieve them. The functions are as 
follows: 

(1) percent of waters that will maintain existing water quality standards; 

(2) percent of waters for which the department will minimize the 
deterioration of water quality; 


(3) reduction in nonpoint source pollution; 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 34 


(4) percent of ground water monitoring wells that show a deterioration in 
water quality; 

(5) percent of sites that will maintain existing air quality standards; 

(6) percent of sites for which the department will minimize the 
deterioration of air quality; 

(7) percent of reduction in air pollutants; 

(8) percent of reduction in air toxic emissions; 

(9) percent of Montanans living where the air meets federal or state 
ambient air quality standards; 

(10) percent of increase of recycled materials in Montana; 

(11) number of water quality-impaired water bodies that will be removed 
from the list of waters requiring total maximum daily load development; 

(12) number of water bodies for which total maximum daily loads will be 
developed; 

(18) number of wetland acres that will be protected; 

(14) number of drinking water and wastewater treatment plants that will 
be upgraded through the state revolving fund programs; 

(15) process for reporting, documenting, resolving, and disposing of 
environmental violations and complaints; 

(16) amount of time for resolving or disposing of environmental violations 
and complaints; 

(17) number of state or federal superfund sites that will be reclaimed; 

(18) number of abandoned mine sites that will be reclaimed; 

(19) number of hazardous waste sites for which the department has 
defended orphan shares and the orphan share of the sites for which the state 
is liable; 

(20) percent of known hazardous waste sites that are undergoing cleanup; 
and 

(21) percent of permits issued within statutory time limits.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: ; 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 84 


Noes: Adams, Davies, Fuchs, Hedges, Jore, Kasten, Ohs, Orr, Smith, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Younkin, Zook. 


Total 14 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 


35 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES Pore 


Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Haines, Mood. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-5, line 6. 


Strike: “4,615,359” [State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Insert: “4,453,842” [State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Strike: “4,779,832” [State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
Insert: “4,619,063” [State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, 
Holden, Jackson, Jore, Lawson, Lenhart, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Sliter, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 33 


Noes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Brown, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Swanson, 
Tash, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 67 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-3, line 17. 
Strike: “13,357,416 (general fund fiscal 2000) 
13,631,305 (general fund fiscal 2001) 
Insert: 13,422,805 (general fund fiscal 2000) 
13,690,826” (general fund fiscal 2001) 
2. Page D-3, line 23. 
Strike: “29,898,358 (general fund fiscal 2000) 
Insert: 30,350,187” (general fund fiscal 2000) 
Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 36 


Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 41 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, 
Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 58 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Davies. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Simon moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-6. 


Following: line 1 

Insert: “If House Bill No. 252 is not passed and approved with an 
appropriation to the department’s job service division for apprenticeship 
training-related instruction grants in the amount of $280,000 for the 2001 
biennium, then there is appropriated $140,000 in state special revenue from 
junk vehicle disposal fees for each year of the 2001 biennium to the 
department’s job service division for apprenticeship training-related 
instruction grants.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Facey, Gallus, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, McCann, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Ryan, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Williams, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 48 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, 
Hagener, Hanson, Holden, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Smith, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 52 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


Absent or not voting: None. 


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Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Hurdle moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-4, following line 18. 

Insert: “It is the intent of the legislature that the training for the Montana 
board of pardons and parole include ensuring public safety while decreasing 
the prison populations by awarding parole whenever appropriate.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Buzzas, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Peck, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 33 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 65 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dell, Gallus. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Harrington moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-3, line 17. 


Strike: “13,357,166 13,631,305 [general fund] 
Insert: 13,633,865 18,990,642” [general fund] 
LFD to adjust totals. 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Juneau, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 35 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Gutsche, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 38 


Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 64 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Guggenheim. 
Totale1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-2. 

Strike: lines 8 and 9 in their entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 

LFD will amend totals. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brown, P. Clark, 
Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Hurdle, 
Jore, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, 
Molnar, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 51 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Eggers, Grinde, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Smith, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-15. 


Following: line 9 
Insert: “The department shall set goals for each of the next 2 years for 
improving the following outcome indicators of the state’s economy: 


(1) percent increase in per capita earnings; 

(2) percent increase in personal income; 

(3) percent increase in the number of livable wage jobs; 
(4) percent increase in manufacturing employment; 


39 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


(5) percent increase in economic value of agriculture; 

(6) percent decrease in number of multiple jobholders; 

(7) percent increase in value of the livestock industry; and 

(8) percent increase in revenue generated from film and advertisement 
production. 

The department shall work with all economic development programs, the 
private sector, and others to reach these outcome goals. The outcome goals for 
each of the next 2 years must be set and listed on the department’s internet 
website by July 1, 1999. The website must be updated every 6 months to show 
the progress toward meeting these outcome goals.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 
Noes: Adams, 8. Anderson, Brainard, Buzzas, Hedges, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, 
Matthews, Orr, Sliter, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnett, Erickson, Gallus. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page C-2, line 25 

Strike: “4,324,689 4,268,905” SSR, fiscal 2000 and 2001 

Insert: “4,344,630 4,288,717” SSR, fiscal 2000 and 2001 

LFD will amend totals. 

Explanation: This amendment adds 0.75 FTE and $19,941 in fiscal 2000 
and $19,812 in fiscal 2001 from motorboat fuel taxes in the Parks Division of 
the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. The FTE and appropriation is to 
provide park maintenance services at Rock Creek on Fort Peck Lake and 
Missouri River fishing access sites. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Brainard, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 

Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 40 


Molnar, Noennig, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 61 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, Masolo, McKenney, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, 
Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Zook. 


Total 38 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Mood. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rehbein moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-7, line 14. 


Strike: “155,926 158,702” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “120,533 120,533” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Strike: “1,062,539 1,047,648” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “1,097,932 1,085,817” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


2. Page C-8. 


Following: line 3. 
Insert: “”a. American damage Control Contract (Restricted) 


35,393 38,169” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


Explanation: This amendment reduces general fund in the Diagnostic 
Laboratory Program in the Department of Livestock. It provides general fund 
at an average of the last three years expenditures, $120,533 ($88,117, 
$143,529, $130,225). It provides state special revenue authority to replace the 
reduction in general fund. The amendment uses the reduction in general fund 
in the Predator Control Program. It adds general fund as a restricted 
appropriation for a contract with American Damage Control, a federal entity 
for pilot services for the operation of the state-owned helicopter. This contract 
is primarily used to hunt predators, specifically coyotes. 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Haines, Jore, 
Kasten, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Story, Vick, Walters. 


Total 15 


Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 


41 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Gillan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page C-7. 

Following: line 7 

Insert: “When a 1.00 FTE position becomes vacant in the air compliance 
section within the permitting and compliance division, it is the intent of the 
legislature that the department shall assign the position to the Billings field 
office.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, 
Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Stovall, Swanson, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Sliter, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Tash, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 45 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-1, line 4. 


Strike: “3,970,834 3,990,737” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 
Insert: “3,932,834 3,952,737” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 
LFD will amend totals. 


Amendment failed as follows: 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 42 


Ayes: Adams, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Holden, Jore, Krenzler, Mangan, McCann, McCulloch, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, 
Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 46 
Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Eggers, Gallus, Gillan, Hagener, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Masolo, Matthews, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 48 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: Lindeen. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Somerville, Tuss. 

Total 5 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Fuchs moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-14. 

Strike: line 13 | 

Insert: “847,550” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “846,655” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Sliter, Squires, Stovall, Taylor, Trexler, 
Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 36 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Schmidt, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 63 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Story. 

Total 1 


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HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McGee moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page C-13, line 14. 

Strike: “1,798,904 1,495,771” (state special revenue in fiscal 2000 and 
fiscal 2001) 

Insert: “1,600,211 1,297,078” (state special revenue in fiscal 2000 and 
fiscal 2001) 

2. Page C-15. 

Following: line 9 

Insert: “Reductions of $198,693 state special revenue in fiscal 2000 and 
$198,698 state special revenue in fiscal 2001 and all remaining fund balance 
for county land planning account must be transferred to the general fund.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Haines, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, 
McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Stovall, 
Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 31 


Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 68 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Jackson. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Raney moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page C-3. 

Following: line 8 

Insert: “e. Chief Plenty Coups/Pictograph Cave State Parks 
Rehabilitation (Restricted/Biennial/OTO) 


600,000” State Special Revenue, Fiscal 2000 
2. Page C-4. 


Following: line 11 

Insert: “The appropriation in item 6e is funded from state park trust 
interest and state park fees. If money is not sufficient to fund this and 
continuing appropriations, this appropriation has priority and the department 
shall delay expenditures from continuing appropriations. Of the amount 
appropriated in 6e, $500,000 must be used at the Chief Plenty Coups state 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 44 


park to rehabilitate historical buildings, renovate the cemetery, bring the 
museum and displays up to museum standards, renovate park infrastructure, 
and curate historic artifacts. The remaining amount of $100,000 must be used 
at the Pictograph Cave state park to preserve and protect the pictographs and 
the pictograph wall.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, E. Clark, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Orr, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt. 


Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Rehbein, Somerville, Story. 
Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-1, line 18. 


Strike: “4,820,359 4,791,063” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 
Insert: “4,800,418 4,771,251” Fiscal 2000 & 2001, SSR 
LFD will amend totals. 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 83 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Fuchs, Jackson, Johnson, 
Masolo, Orr, Rose, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 


Total 14 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 


45 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Bitney, Grinde, Mood. 
Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Wyatt moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-4, line 4. 

Strike: “28,116,262 28,334,524” (general fund) 

Insert: “28,113,262 28,331,524” (general fund) 

2. Page E-1. 

Following: line 14 

Insert: “f. National board of teacher certification stipends (Restricted) 

3,000 (gen fund fiscal 2000) 
3,000” (gen fund fiscal 2001) 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Buzzas, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Hagener, Hibbard, Juneau, Lenhart, Lindeen, McCulloch, Peck, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 23 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Golie, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 71 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hedges, Hurdle, 
Somerville. 

Total 6 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Wyatt moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-3, line 23. 


Strike: “29,898,358 30,536,924” 
Insert: “30,697,122 31,908,411” 
-LFD to adjust totals- 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, R. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 46 


McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Smith, Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt. 

Total 41 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, 
Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 59 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Tuss moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-3, line 23. 


Strike: “29,898,358 30,536,924” [general fund] 
Insert: “30,697,122 31,908,411” [general fund] 
LFD to Adjust Totals. 


2. Page D-4, line 4. 
Strike: “28,116,262 28,334,524” 
Insert: “27,716,880 27,648,781” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harrington, Hurdle, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, Pavlovich, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 27 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Golie, Grinde, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, McCann, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: Lindeen. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


47 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Johnson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-4, line 23. 


Strike:” 140,000 140,000” 
Insert:”279,492 [general fund] 279,254” [general fund] 
LFD wili adjust totals. 


This request adds $139,492 general fund in fiscal year 2000 and $139,254 
general fund in fiscal year 2001 in the Job Service Division for the Jobs for 
Montana Graduates program. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 59 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, 
Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 41 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2. (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-3. 

Strike: line 24 through line 25 in their entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Hanson, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Zook. 

Total 41 
Noes: S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 48 


Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 58 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: Lindeen. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Squires moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-4, line 21. 


Strike: “448,123” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 
Insert: “588,123” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 
Strike: “447,252” [General fund fiscal year 2001] 
Insert: “587,252”. [General fund fiscal year 2001] 
LFD will adjust totals. 


Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 51 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page C-13. 
Following: line 8 
Insert: “d. Grant to Fort Peck Interpretive Center 
10,000,000 (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2000) 
10,000,000” (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2001) 
2. Page C-14. | 


49 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Following: line 25 

Insert: “The appropriation in item 4d is contingent on the availability of 
general fund revenue, as represented by collections from individual income 
taxes, as follows: 


(1) If the fiscal year 1999 receipts from individual income taxes exceed 
$457.7 million, then the amount. exceeding $457.7 million, but not more than 
$10 million, is appropriated to the department for a grant to the Fort Peck 
interpretive center. 

(2) Except as provided in subsection (3), if the fiscal year 2000 receipts 
from individual income taxes exceed $475.7 million, then the amount 
exceeding $475.7 million, but not more than $10 million, is appropriated to the 
department for a grant to the Fort Peck interpretive center. 

(3) The amount appropriated from the fiscal year 2000 excess individual 
income tax collections, when added to the amount appropriated from the fiscal 
year 1999 excess individual income tax collections, may not exceed a total of 
$10 million. 

(4) The amount appropriated in subsection (1) must be appropriated as 
soon as practicable following the end of fiscal year 1999, and the amount 
appropriated in subsection (2) must be appropriated as soon as practicable 
following the end of fiscal year 2000.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Cobb, Dell, Galvin-Halcro, Hedges, Hurdle, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, 
Pavlovich, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 17 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 81 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Noes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page C-13. 
Following: line 8 
Insert: “d. Grant to Fort Peck Interpretive Center 
10,000,000 (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2000) 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 50 


10,000,000” (General Fund, Fiscal Year 2001) 
2. Page C-14. 


Following: line 25 

Insert: “The appropriation in item 4d is contingent on the availability of 
general fund revenue, as represented by the ending general fund balance, as 
follows: 


(1) If the fiscal year 1999 ending general fund balance exceeds $55.8 
million, then the amount exceeding $55.8 million, but not more than $10 
million, is appropriated to the department for a grant to the Fort Peck 
interpretive center. 

(2) Except as provided in subsection (3), if the ending general fund balance 
exceeds $25 million, then the amount exceeding $25 million, but not more 
than $10 million, is appropriated to the department for a grant to the Fort 
Peck interpretive center. 

(3) The amount appropriated from the fiscal year 2000 excess ending 
general fund balance, when added to the amount appropriated from the fiscal 
year 1999 excess ending general fund balance, may not exceed a total of $10 
million. 

(4) The amount appropriated in subsection (1) must be appropriated as 
soon as practicable following the end of fiscal year 1999, and the amount 
appropriated in subsection (2) must be appropriated as soon as practicable 
following the end of fiscal year 2000.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Hedges, Hurdle, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Mangan, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, 
Trexler, Tropila, Wyatt. 

Total 26 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Raney, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 70 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 

Excused: Lindeen. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Brown, Molnar, Rehbein. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Mangan moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page D-4, line 19. 
Following: linie 18 


51 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Insert: “The department shall set aside 1% of the community corrections 
budget each fiscal year for community corrections programs other than 
probation, parole, and prerelease.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Smith, 
Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 39 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Masolo, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 59 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 

Excused: Lindeen. 

Total 1 

Absent or not voting: Bookout-Reinicke. 


Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Quilici moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page D-3, line 17. 

Strike: “13,357,166 13,631,305 [general fund] 


Insert: 138,488,665 13,764,942” [general fund] 
2. Page D-3, line 23. 

Strike: “29,898,358 30,536,924 [general fund] 
Insert: 30,201,120 30,846,182” [general fund] 
3. Page D-4, line 4. 

trike: “28,116,262 28,334,524 [general fund] 
Insert: 28,399,003 28,619,857” [general fund] 
4, Page D-4, line 8. 

Strike: “1,028,033 1,035,485 [general fund] 

Insert: 1,038,609 1,046,166” [general fund] 
LFD to adjust totals. 


Description: This amendment restores the 1% department-wide reduction 
taken in subcommittee action. This reduction was taken on top of $7.9 million 
dollars in reductions of the subcommittee and reduces available funding for all 
base level expenditures as well as pre-release and juvenile placement funds. 
The cost is $727,578 in FY 2000 and $738,909 in FY 2001. 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 52 


Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Witt, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 56 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 44 | 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Bergsagel moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page C-8, line 23. 
Strike: “3,542,079 3,873,567 3,528,609 3,899,886” 
Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund, SSR 


Insert: “O 7,415,646 0 7,428,495” 
Fiscal 2000 & 2001,-General Fund, SSR 
2. Page C-11. 


Following: line 13 

Insert: “If Senate Bill No. 48 is not passed and approved, then the state 
special revenue amounts in item 1 are reduced by $3,542,079 in fiscal year 
2000 and by $3,528,609 in fiscal year 2001 and general fund money is 
increased by like amounts.” 


The LFD shall amend totals. 
Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 


Total 85 


53 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Krenzler, Lindeen, 
Molnar, Peck, Sliter, Wagner, Wyatt. 
Total 12 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye; Lindeen, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: McGee, Orr, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-1. 

Strike: Items 2 and 2 in amendment no. HB 2-4002 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Bookout-Reinicke, P. Clark, Galvin-Halcro, Hagener, Harrington, 
Lenhart, Mangan, Peck, Somerville, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Ohs, Simon, Tash. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page E-2, line 17. 


Strike: “32,974,268 33,468,883” [General Fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “33,232,167 33,730,674” [General Fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


2. Page E-4, line 13. 

Strike: “257,899 261,791” [General Fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
LFD will amend totals. 

Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Hanson, 
Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Soft, 
Story, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 54 


Total 32 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 68 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Buzzas moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page E-1, line 4. 
Strike: “4,075,516 4,057,881” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “4,270,516 4,252,881” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 40 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 58 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Eggers, Ryan. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McCulloch moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page E-1. 
Following: line 14. 


55 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Insert: “f. Montana Advisory Council on Indian Education Activities 

(Restricted) 
4,000 4,000” [general fund 2000 and 2001] 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 44 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 


Total 55 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart. 
Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Gallus moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Page E-8, line 15. 

Following: “line 14 

Insert: “j. Resident Tuition Reduction Contingent General Fund 
Appropriation 136,448 1,575,806” (general fund fiscal 2000 and general 
fund fiscal 2001) 

2. Page E-12, line 3. 

Following: line 2 

Insert: “In item 7j, $186,448 in general fund money is appropriated to the 
Montana university system for current unrestricted fund operating expenses 
in fiscal year 2000 if resident student tuition rates approved by the board of 
regents for the fiscal 2000 academic year do not exceed 103.75% of the fiscal 
year 1999 rates. General fund money of $1,575,806 is appropriated for current 
unrestricted fund operating expenses in fiscal year 2001 if resident student 
tuition rates approved by the board of regents for the fiscal 2001 academic 
year do not exceed 101.5% of the fiscal year 2000 rates.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Brainard, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Smith, Squires, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wyatt, Younkin. 


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Total 37 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 61 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs, McCulloch. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Haines moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-5, line 5. 

Strike: “22,662 22,356” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “45,278 44,972” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Strike: “503,656 503,928” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “498,254 478,962” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

LFD will adjust totals. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 60 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Hanson, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, 
Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 40 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Vick moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


57 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


1. Page E-2, line 15. 

Strike: “150,000 150,000” 

Insert: “10,508 10,746” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, 
Sliter, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 23 
Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 76 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Taylor. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Jore moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-2. 

Following: line 1 

Strike: line 2 through line 3 in their entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, 
Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 26 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 73 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 58 


Absent or not voting: Story. 
Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Johnson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-1, line 20. 

Strike: “70,555,027 73,050,875” 

Insert: “70,085,027 72,580,875” 

LFD will adjust totals. 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Galvin-Halcro, Tuss, Wyatt. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Brown, Facey, Somerville. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Swanson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page E-2, line 1. 
Strike: “407,429,061 401,495,784” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “407,612,084 401,865,967” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
2. Page E-2, line 17. 


Strike: “32,974,268 33,468,883” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “33,930,000 35,390,000” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 46 


59 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 54 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McCulloch moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-1, line 4. 

Strike: “4,075,516 4,057,881” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “4,200,516 4,182,881” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 57 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Harper moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Page E-2, line 18. 

Insert: “n. Montana Science Institute Grant 


100,000 100,000” (general fund fiscal 2000 and general fund 
fiscal 2001) 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 60 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 41 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 59 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page E-11, line 13. 


Following: line 12 

Insert: “The Montana university system shall present a report to the 
legislative education committee established in Senate Bill No. 11 in the first 
quarter of each fiscal year that provides the average actual instruction 
program cost per student credit hour for the most recently completed fiscal 
year and the supporting information per unit. The averages and the detail per 
unit must be provided as follows: 

(1) lower division, which includes freshmen and sophomore classes; 

(2) upper division, which includes junior and senior classes; 

(3) graduate I level, which includes classes for those with a bachelor’s 
degree who are working on a master’s degree; and 

(4) graduate II level, which includes classes for those with a master’s | 
degree who are working on a higher degree.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, 
Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 61 


61 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Noes: Beck, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, Matthews, 
Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Schmidt, Swanson, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 34 
Voted Absentee: Masolo, McCann, Ayes; Lindeen, Matthews, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Grinde, Simon, Sliter, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 4 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Jore moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 9. 

Strike: “7,451,310 7,649,469” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001 General Fund] 

Insert: “5,951,310 6,149,469” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001 General Fund] 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Haines, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, 
Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 36 
Noes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 60 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Hibbard, Mood. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page BP-2, following line 8. 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 9. Goals, benchmarks, and objectives. 
Each department, the Montana university system, and, when appropriate, 
each division of each department shall place their respective specific and 
measurable goals, benchmarks, and objectives for each year of the 2001 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 62 


biennium on their respective internet websites or, when appropriate, on the 
state’s internet website. Beginning July 1, 1999, and every 6 months 
thereafter, each department and the Montana university system shall report 
progress on the appropriate website in meeting the goals, benchmarks, and 
objectives and what changes, if any, were made to ensure that those goals, 
benchmarks, and objectives are attained.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, EK. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Mangan, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Noennig, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Story, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 59 
Noes: S. Anderson, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Holden, Kasten, Krenzler, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Schmidt, Soft, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 38 
Voted Absentee: McCann, Aye; Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Brown, Kitzenberg. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: ; 

1. Page E-9, line 13. 


Strike: “$107,119,523 $109,011,916” 
Insert: “$107,921,502 $112,194,076” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Brown, E. 
Clark, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Rose, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Thomas. 

Total 38 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Hagener, Hanson, Holden, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lindeen, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 


63 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Total 56 

Voted Absentee: Lindeen, McCann, Noes. 

Excused: Masolo, Matthews, Tash. 
Total 3 

Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Hibbard, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Raney moved HB 2, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page BP-2, following line 8. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 9. Use of Montana- and American- 
based companies. It is the intent of the legislature that agencies of state 
government make every effort to purchase goods and services first from 
Montana based and then from American- based and located companies and 
subsidiaries.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 95 
Noes: Jore, Orr. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Ayes. 

Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 3. 

Strike: “1,126,823 1,120,527” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Insert: “1,126,823 1,120,527” (proprietary funds fiscal 2000 and fiscal 
2001) 

2. Page E-7, line 5. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 64 


Strike: “24,788” (general fund fiscal 2000) 

Insert: “24,788” (proprietary funds fiscal 2000) 

3. Page E-7, line 21. 

Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and general 
fund fiscal 2001) 

Insert: “91,724,362 91,968,737” (general fund fiscal 2000 and general 
fund fiscal 2001) 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, 8S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, 
Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Holden, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 57 


Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Facey, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Masolo, McCulloch, McGee, Molnar, Noennig, Rose, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, 
Soft, Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 41 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, Ayes; Masolo, No. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page E-8, line 20. 


Strike: “43,825 43,825” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “938,825 93,825” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 44 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 


65 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 55 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, Ayes; Masolo, No. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Erickson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page E-10, lines 7 through 10. 

Strike: line 7 through line 10 in their entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hedges, Holden, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Matthews, McCulloch, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 26 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Mangan, Masolo, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, Ayes; Masolo, No. 
Excused: McCann, Tash. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page E-1, lines 9 and 10. 
Strike: line 9 through line 10 in their entirety 
2. Page E-2, line 17. 


Strike: “32,974,268 33,468,883” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000 & 2001] 
Insert: “33,288,767 33,944,651” [General Fund Fiscal Year 2000 & 2001] 


LFD will amend totals. 
Amendment failed as follows: 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 66 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Davies, Fisher, Grinde, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Trexler, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Zook. 


Total 31 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 68 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Wyatt moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page E-8, line 20. 

Strike: “43,825 438,825” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Insert: “118,825 118,825” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 41 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, 
McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 57 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, Ayes; Brown, Masolo, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Walters. 

Total 1 


67 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Buzzas moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 21. 


Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Insert: “92,072,751 92,348,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 36 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 62 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye; Masolo, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Matthews, Tash. 

Totalg2 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Erickson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page E-11, lines 13 and 14. 

Following: “system” 

Strike: “use reimbursements for indirect costs associated with a grant to or 
contract with the Montana university system to” 


2. Page E-11, line 14. 


Following: “fund” 
Strike: “current restricted operating costs of” 


3. Page E-11, line 14. 


Following: “biennium” 

Insert: “for non-beneficiary students” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hibbard, 
Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, 
Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 36 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 68 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P, 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 63 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, Ayes; Masolo, No. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Vick moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 21. 


Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “90,432,751 90,708,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook. 
Total 43 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 
Total 54 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Simon, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 21. 


Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund each year) 
Insert: “89,770,772 87,666,050” (general fund each year) 


69 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


2. Page E-8, line 15. 

Following: “line 14 

“j. Contingent General Fund Appropriation 801,979 3,182,160” (general 
fund fiscal 2000 and general fund fiscal 2001) 

3. Page E-9, line 138. 

Strike: “$107,119,523 $109,011,916” 

Insert: “$107,921,502 $112,194,076” 

4. Page E-12, line 3. 


Following: line 2 

Insert: “In item 7j, $801,979 in general fund money is appropriated to the 
Montana university system for current unrestricted fund operating expenses 
in fiscal year 2000 if student tuition rates approved by the board of regents for 
the fiscal 2000 academic year do not exceed 103.75% of the fiscal year 1999 
rates. General fund money of $3,182,160 is appropriated for current 
unrestricted fund operating expenses in fiscal year 2001 if student tuition 
rates approved by the board of regents for the fiscal 2001 academic year do not 
exceed 101.5% of the fiscal year 2000 rates.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Golie, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Sliter, Soft, Story, Taylor, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Witt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 38 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Krenzler, Lawson, Mangan, 
Masolo, McCulloch, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Thomas, Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 56 
Voted Absentee: McCann, Aye; Masolo, No. 
Excused: Lindeen, Matthews, Tash. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Davies, Hibbard. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 
1. Page E-7, line 13. 
Strike: “4,884,541, 4,884,541” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “5,995,000, 5,995,000” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Bitney, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 70 


Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Trexler, 
Tropila, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 46 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Raney, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Soft, Story, Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin. 

Total 51 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, Ayes; Masolo, No. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 138. 

Strike: “4,884,541, 4,884,541” (general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001) 

Insert: “5,559,000, 5,559,000” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 54 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Grinde, Hagener, Harrington, Holden, Johnson, Jore, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Raney, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Story, 
Taylor, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 42 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Ayes. 
Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Haines, Kasten. 

Total 3 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative E. Bergsagel moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page BP-2, following line 8. 


aL SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 9. Unified computer budget summary. 
The office of budget and program planning shall provide, by agency, program, 
and reporting level, a summary report of all information technology-related 
funding requests in the 2003 biennium executive budget submitted to the 
legislature and the legislative fiscal analyst. The summary report provided 
must include, by agency, program, and reporting level or equivalent, the 
adjusted base expenditures for fiscal year 2000, anticipated expenditures for 
fiscal year 2001, and all proposed present law adjustments and new proposals 
by first level of expenditure and accounting entity for each year of the 2003 
biennium. Information provided should be for all information 
technology-related costs, including but not limited to: 

(1) hardware, software, education, and training; 

(2) department of administration centralized computer support services, 
including MBARS and MT PRRIME charges; 

(3) contractual service costs for information technology projects or services; 

(4) direct information technology personal services costs; and 

(5) any other information technology costs not delineated in subsections 
(1) through (4).” 

The executive budget for the 2003 biennium submitted under Title 17, 
chapter 7, part 1, for all information technology requests must be developed 
and segregated in such a manner that all costs and funding could be 
accumulated for each governmental agency and program. If information 
technology requests are part of an existing program structure, these amounts 
should be identifiable for accumulation purposes as specified above. 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Ayes. 

Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 72 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Ewer moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Page E-7, line 24 

Following: line 23 

Insert: “b. Research Matching (OTO) 3,000,000 
3,000,000” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

2. Page E-8, line 3. 

Following: line 2 

Insert: “e. Agricultural Research (OTO) 1,500,000 
1,500,000” (general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001) 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

3. Page E-8, line 24. 


Strike: “7a” 

Insert: “7b” 

4, Page E-11, line 17. 
Strike: “7c” 

Insert: “7d” 

5. Page E-11, line 19. 
Strike: “7d” 

Insert: “7f” 

6. Page E-11, line 20. 
Strike: “7e” 

Insert: “7g” 

7. Page E-11, line 23. 
Strike: “7f’ 

Insert: “7h” 

8. Page E-11, line 25. 
Strike: “7g” 

Insert: “7i” 

9. Page E-12, line 2. 
Strike: “7h” 

Strike: “7j” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 45 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 


73 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 54 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, Ayes; Masolo, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: Tash. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative E. Bergsagel moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page BP-2, following line 8. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 9. Unified computer budget request — 
2001 legislative session. The unified computer budget request described in 
[section 10] and submitted to the 57th legislature must be reviewed by the 
joint appropriations subcommittee on long-range planning, or other legislative 
committee as designated, composed of members of the house appropriations 
and senate finance and claims committees formed specifically to address 
statewide computer issues.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, Ayes. 

Excused: Tash. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Barnett, Davies, Hagener, Mangan, Rehbein. 

Total 5 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Vick moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 


1. Page A-1, line 4. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 74 


Strike: “3,666,443 3,735,579” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal 
year 2001) 

Insert: “3,491,518 3,573,512” (general fund fiscal year 2000 

and fiscal year 2001) 


2. Page A-1. 
Following: line 17 
Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $174,925 in 


fiscal year 2000 and $162,067 in fiscal year 2001. The branch may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 

3. Page A-2, line 1. 

Strike: “2,479,202 2.482,245” 

Insert: “2,276,251 2,280,531” 

4. Page A-3, following line 3. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $202,951 in 
fiscal 2000 and $201,714 in fiscal 2001. The department may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 

5. Page A-3, line 18. 


Strike: “1,186,102 [FY 2000 general fund] 
1,140,911 [FY 2001 general fund] 
Insert: “1,110,646 [FY 2000 general fund] 
1,068,622 [FY 2001 general fund] 
6. Page A-4. 


Following: line 14. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a general fund reduction totaling $75,456 in fiscal 
year 2000 and $72,289 in fiscal year 2001. The governor’s office may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 

7. Page A-4, line 17. 


Strike: “270,804 [FY 2000 general fund} 
264,090 [FY 2001 general fund] 
Insert: “260,221 [FY 2000 general fund] 
257,488 [FY 2001 general fund] 
8. Page A-5. 


Following: line 1. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a general fund reduction totaling $10,583 in fiscal 
year 2000 and $6,602 in fiscal year 2001. The commissioner of political 
practices may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


9. Page A-5, line 8. 


Strike: “1,490,976 [FY 2000 general fund] 
1,490,992 [FY 2001 general fund] 
Insert: “1,433,843 [FY 2000 general fund] 
1,434,356 [FY 2001 general fund] 
10. Page A-6. 


Following: line 2. 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a general fund reduction totaling $57,133 in fiscal 
year 2000 and $56,636 in fiscal year 2001. The office of the state auditor may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 


75 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


11. Page A-8, line 1. 

Strike: “250,000 250,000” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal year 
2001) 

Insert: “243,750 243,750” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal year 
2001) 


12. Page A-9, line 23. 


Strike: “19,747,173 [FY 2000 general fund] 
19,189,828 [FY 2001 general fund] 
Insert: “19,125,254 [FY 2000 general fund] 
18,584,277 [FY 2001 general fund] 
13. Page A-10. 


Following: line 4. 


Insert: “Item 4 includes a general fund reduction totaling $621,919 in 
fiscal year 2000 and $605,551 in fiscal year 2001. The department of revenue 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


14. Page A-10, line 10. 


Strike: “1,079,899 [FY 2000 general fund] 
1,050,950 [FY 2001 general fund] 
Insert: “982,326 [FY 2000 general fund] 
953,100 [FY 2001 general fund] 
15. Page A-11. 


Following: line 13. 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a general fund reduction totaling $97,573 in fiscal 
year 2000 and $97,850 in fiscal year 2001. The department of administration 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 

16. Page B-2, line 9. 

Strike: “10,058,262 10,153,468” 

Insert: “4,534,408 4,473,600” 

17. Page B-4, following line 2. 

Insert: “Item 7 includes a 2.5% reduction in general fund money totaling 
$5,523,854 in fiscal 2000 and $5,679,868 in fiscal 2001.” 

18. Page C-2, line 25. 


Strike: “285,620 285,620” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 
Insert: “275,216 275,315” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 
19. Page C-4. 


Following: line 11 

Insert: “Item 6 includes a 2.5% reduction in general fund money totaling 
$10,404 in fiscal year 2000 and $10,305 in fiscal year 2001. The department 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


20. Page C-4, line 18. 


Strike: “1,812,169 1,805,219” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 
Insert: “1,724,164 1,718,559” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 


21. Page C-7. 
Following: line 7 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 76 


Insert: “Item 2 includes a 2.5% reduction in general fund money totaling 
$88,005 in fiscal year 2000 and $86,660 in fiscal year 2001. The department 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 

22. Page C-7, line 14. 

Strike: “155,926 158,702” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “140,354 142,978” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

23. Page C-8. 

Following: line 16. 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$15,572 in fiscal 2000 and $15,724 in fiscal 2001. the agency may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 

24. Page C-9, line 18. 

Strike: “5,625,797 5,610,936” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 

Insert: “5,159,281 5,149,143” [Fiscal 2000 & 2001, General Fund] 

25. Page C-11. 

Following: line 13 

Insert: “Item 5 includes a 2.5% reduction in general fund money totaling 
$466,516 in fiscal year 2000 and $461,793 in fiscal year 2001. The department 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 

26. Page C-11, line 22. 

Strike: “209,945 195,754” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “195,823 182,918” [general fund fiscal-2000 and 2001] 

27. Page C-12. 

Following: line 12. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$14,122 in fiscal 2000 and $12,836 in fiscal 2001. the agency may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 


28. Page C-13, line 2. 

Strike: “1,163,941 1,159,932” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal 
year 2001) 

Insert: “1,111,656 1,107,432” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal 
year 2001) 

29. Page C-15. 

Following: line 9 

Insert: “Item 4 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $52,285 in 
fiscal year 2000 and $52,500 in fiscal year 2001. The department may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 


30. Page D-1, line 4. 


Strike: “776,282 775,917” 
Insert: “713,211 712,856” 


31. Page D-1, following line 13. 


Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction of $63,071 in fiscal 
2000 and $63,061 in fiscal 2001.” 


32. Page D-2, line 13. 


Strike: “2,448,776 2,468,273” 
Insert: “1,923,496 1,945,981” 


30. Page D-2, following line 25. 


V1 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Insert: “Item 9 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $525,280 in 
fiscal 2000 and $522,292 in fiscal 2001. The department may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 

34. Page D-3, line 28. 

Strike: “29,898,358 30,536,924” 

Insert: “27,756,955 28,300,540” 

35. Page D-4, following line 13. 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $2,141,403 
in fiscal 2000 and $2,236,384 in fiscal 2001. The department may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 

36. Page D-4, line 21. 

Strike: “448,123 447,252” 

Insert: “406,574 405,770” 

37. Page D-5, following line 17. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction of $41,549 in fiscal 
2000 and $41,482 in fiscal 2001. The department may allocate this reduction 
among programs.” 

38. Page D-6, line 25. 

Strike: “1,120,858 1,137,782” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal 
year 2001) 

Insert: “1,051,025 1,069,619” (general fund fiscal year 2000 and fiscal 
year 2001) 

39. Page D-8. 

Following: line 1 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a 2.5% general fund reduction totaling $69,833 in 
fiscal year 2000 and $68,163 in fiscal year 2001. The department may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 

40. Page E-1, line 4. 

Strike: “4,075,516 4,057,881” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “2,668,517 2,617,120” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

41. Page E-2. 

Following: line 20. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$1,406,999 in fiscal 2000 and $1,440,761 in fiscal 2001. The agency may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 

42. Page E-3, line 4. 

Strike: “134,023 133,525” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “130,452 130,002” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

43. Page E-3. 

Following: line 15. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$3,571 in fiscal 2000 and $3,523 in fiscal 2001. The agency may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 

44, Page E-3, line 18. 

Strike: “270,526 269,373” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “189,354 191,030” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


45. Page E-4. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 78 


Following: line 10. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$81,172 in fiscal 2000 and $78,348 in fiscal 2001. The agency may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 


46. Page E-4, line 13. 


Strike: “257,899 261,791” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “251,001 255,246” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

47. Page E-4. 

Following: line 20. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$6,898 in fiscal 2000 and $6,545 in fiscal 2001. The agency may allocate this 
reduction among programs.” 


48. Page E-4, line 24. 


Strike: “1,660,096 1,404,012” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “1,615,133 1,365,853” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


49. Page E-5. 


Following: line 10. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$44,963 in fiscal 2000 and $38,159 in fiscal 2001. The agency may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 


50. Page E-5, line 25. 


Strike: “730,041 738,711” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “686,700 696,915” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


51. Page E-6. 


Following: line 25. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$43,341 in fiscal 2000 and $41,796 in fiscal 2001. The agency may allocate 
this reduction among programs.” 


52. Page E-7, line 21. 


Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “87,561,241 87,845,218” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 


53. Page E-9, line 7. 


Following: line 6 

Insert: “Item 7 includes a 2.5 percent reduction in general fund totaling 
$3,011,510 in fiscal 2000 and $3,002,992 in fiscal 2001. The Office of the 
Commissioner of Higher Education may allocate this reduction among all 
programs and agencies in the university system.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Holden, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, 
Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 45 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 


79 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Swanson, Taylor, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 51 
Voted Absentee: Brown, R. Clark, Ayes; Lindeen, Matthews, Noes. 
Excused: Curtiss, Masolo, Tash. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Hibbard. 

Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved the amendment be divided. Thereupon, 
amendment #1 adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Hanson, McGee, McKenney, Ohs, Orr, Taylor, Wagner. 

Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Brown, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Ayes. 
Excused: R. Clark, Curtiss, Tash. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Jore, Mood, Ryan, Somerville. 

Total 4 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lenhart moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page B-11 and B-12. 


Strike: Committee of the Whole amendment of March 15, 1999 at 4:16 p.m. 
(Lenhart) in its entirety 


2. Page B-11, line 20. 


Strike: “develop a proposal for the 2001 legislature that considers the 
following options” 


3. Page B-11, line 21. 


Strike: “moving” 
Insert: “move” 


4. Page B-11, line 23 through page B-12, line 1. 
Following: “(2)” on line 23 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 80 


Strike: remainder of line 23 through “pay” on page B-12, line 1 

Insert: “continue to provide the necessary services to those individuals 
considered appropriate at the Montana developmental center and Eastmont 
human services center” 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Zook moved HB 2 do pass as amended. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, EK. Clark, R. Clark, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Rose, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 58 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Ewer, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Gutsche, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Mangan, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Tuss, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 39 
Voted Absentee: R. Clark, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Tash, Ayes; Curtiss, 
Fuchs, Noes. 
Excused: Brown. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Eggers, McKenney. 

Total 2 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative P. Bergsagel moved HB 2, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page A-1. 

Strike: line 4 

Insert: “3,608,285” (general fund fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “3,723,441” (general fund fiscal year 2001) 
Insert: “985,973” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “486,072” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
2. Page A-1. 


Following: line 17 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 
totaling $64,002 in fiscal year 2000 and $17,302 in fiscal year 2001. The 
branch may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


3. Page A-1. 

Strike: line 20 : 

Insert: “1,062,546” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “1,075,638” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 


4. Page A-2, line 1. 


81 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Strike: “2,479,202 2,482,245 (general fund) 

Insert: “2,443,411 2,446,477” (general fund) 

5. Page A-2, line 9. 

Strike: “108,725 108,725” (federal funds) 

Insert: “107,834 107,829” 

6. Page A-2, line 21. 

Strike: “639,739 629,998” (State special funds) 

Insert: “635,462 628,721” 

7. Page A-3. 

Following: line 3 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% general fund reduction in travel, dues, and 
subscriptions totaling $35,791 in fiscal 2000 and $35,768 in fiscal 2001. The 
judiciary may allocate this reduction among all general fund programs. Item 
1d includes a 12% federal fund reduction of $891 in fiscal 2000 and $896 in 
fiscal 2001. The judiciary may allocate this reduction among all federal 
programs. Item 5 includes a 12% state special fund reduction of $1,277 in 
each fiscal year.” 

8. Page A-3, line 18. 


Strike: “1,186,102 ' [FY 2000 general fund] 
233,352 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,140,911 [FY 2001 general fund] 
239,542” [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
Insert: “1,166,227 [FY 2000 general fund] 
231,747 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,121,205 [FY 2001 general fund] 
237,928” [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
9. Page A-4. 


Following: line 14. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel and subscription and 
dues costs totaling $21,480 in fiscal year 2000 and $21,320 in fiscal year 2001. 
The governor’s office may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


10. Page A-5, line 8. 


Strike: “1,490,976 [FY 2000 general fund] 
919,552 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,490,992 [FY 2001 general fund] 
895,184” [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
Insert: “1,485,213” [FY 2000 general fund] 
916,215 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,485,308 [FY 2001 general fund] 
891,924” [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
11. Page A-6. 


Following: line 2. 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a 12% reduction in travel and subscription and 
dues costs totaling $9,100 in fiscal year 2000 and $8,944 in fiscal year 2001. 
The office of the state auditor may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 82 


12. Page A-6. 

Strike: line 5 

Insert: “13,136,499” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “13,116,747” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
Insert: “250,696” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “249,506” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2001) 


13. Page A-8. 


Following: line 16 
Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and dues 


totaling $350,925 in fiscal year 2000 and $346,718 in fiscal year 2001. The 
department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


14. Page A-9, line 23. 


Strike: “19,747,173 [FY 2000 general fund] 
251,874 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,860,660 [FY 2000 federal special revenue] 
19,189,828 [FY 2001 general fund] 
251,624 [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
Loor.o0a, [FY 2001 federal special revenue] 
Insert: “19,697,488 [FY 2000 general fund} 
251,328 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
1,856,437 [FY 2000 federal special revenue] 
19,140,286 [FY 2001 general fund] 
251,065 [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
1,853,186 [FY 2001 federal special revenue] 
15. Page A-10. 


Following: line 4. 

Insert: “Item 4 includes a 12% reduction in travel and subscription and 
dues costs totaling $54,454 in fiscal year 2000 and $54,418 in fiscal year 2001. 
The department of revenue may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


16. Page A-10, line 10. 


Strike: “1,079,899 [FY 2000 general fund} 
9,402 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
O2,027 [FY 2000 federal special revenue] 
1,050,950 [FY 2001 general fund] 
11,376 [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
32,002, [FY 2001 federal special revenue] 
Insert: “1,071,950 [FY 2000 general fund} 
3,846 [FY 2000 state special revenue] 
32,057 [FY 2000 federal special revenue] 
1,042,949 [FY 2001 general fund] 
5,931 [FY 2001 state special revenue] 
32,061 [FY 2001 federal special revenue] 
17. Page A-11. 


Following: line 13. 


83 


SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Insert: “Item 2 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 
totaling $13,775 in fiscal year 2000 and $13,717 in fiscal year 2001. The 
department of administration may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


18. Page B-2, line 9. 


Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 


“10,058,262” 
“9,942,477” 
“2,300,814” 
“2,201,610” 
“13,590,365” 
“13,394,487” 
“10,153,468” 
“10,038,459” 
“2,311,884” 
€2;278,957” 
“13,781,268” 
“13,586,386” 


19. Page B-11. 

Following: line 4 

Insert: “Item 7 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions, 
totaling $344,767 in fiscal year 2000 and $342,818 in fiscal year 2001. The 
department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


20. Page C-2, line 7. 
Strike: “5,699,614 227,230 5,653,314 225,213” 


[General fund fiscal year 2000] 

[General fund fiscal year 2000] 

[State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 

[State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
[Fed. special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
[Fed. special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
[General fund fiscal year 2001] 
[General fund fiscal year 2001] 

[State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 

[State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
[Fed. special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
[Fed. special revenue fiscal year 2001] 


Fiscal 2000 & 2001; SSR & Federal 


Insert: “5,433,803 168,628 5,396,667 168,684” 


21. Page C-3, line 20. 


Fiscal 2000 & 2001; SSR & Federal 


Strike: “2,605,290 689,124 2,586,369 686,190” 


Fiscal 2000 & 2001; SSR & Federal 


Insert: “2,600,359 688,349 2,581,438 685,415” 


22. Page C-4. 


Following: line 10 
Insert: “Item 4 includes a 12% reduction in travel costs totaling $324,413 
in fiscal year 2000 and $313,176 in fiscal year 2001.” 


23. Page C-4. 


Following: line 11 
Insert: “Item 8 includes a 12% reduction in dues and subscription costs 
totaling $5,706 in fiscal year 2000 and $5,706 in fiscal year 2001.” 


24. Page C-5, line 19. 


Fiscal 2000 & 2001; SSR & Federal 


Strike: “1,075,905 7,097,568 3,012,973 
1,069,772 7,062,057 3,004,816” 


Fiscal 2000 and 2001; GF, SSR, Federal 


Insert: “1,068,575 7,057,233 2,967,987 
1,062,615 7,022,674 2,960,892” 


25. Page C-7. 


Fiscal 2000 and 2001; GF, SSR, Federal 


HB 2 


56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 84 


Following: line 2 
Insert: “Item 5 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscription 
costs totaling $92,651 in fiscal year 2000 and $90,464 in fiscal year 2001.” 


26. Page C-7, line 10. 


“37,468 37,468” 
“31,488 31,216” 
“976,976 957,505” 
“947,552 928,143” 
“51,473 53,030” 
“39,416 40,692” 


Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 


27. Page C-8. 


Following: line 20 


Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and dues 
totaling $47,461 in fiscal year 2000 and $47,952 in fiscal year 2001. The 
agency may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


28. Page C-9, line 18. 


Strike: “5,625,797 1,042,327 106,954 
5,610,936 1,051,266 106,964” 


Fiscal 2000 and 2001; GF, SSR, Federal 
Insert: “5,592,024 1,007,952 106,350 


5,577,305 1,017,034 106,363” 


29. Page C-11. 


Following: line 13 


Fiscal 2000 and 2001; GF, SSR, Federal 


Insert: “Item 5 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscription 
costs totaling $68,752 in fiscal year 2000 and $68,464 in fiscal year 2001.” 


30. Page C-11, line 22. 


Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 
Strike: 
Insert: 


“209,945” 
“203,975” 
“313,320” 
“281,497” 
ao Ou 
eo l20. 
“32,044” 
©260,133" 
“195,754” 
*189,829" 
“308,576” 
“276,813” 
“91,974” 
“86,472” 
wo Ladee 
20,090 | 


31. Page C-12. 


Following: line 12 


[General fund fiscal 2000] 
[General fund fiscal 2000] 

[State special revenue fiscal 2000] 
[State special revenue fiscal 2000] 
[Federal special revenue fiscal 2000] 
[Federal special revenue fiscal 2000] 

[Proprietary fiscal 2000] 

[Proprietary fiscal 2000] 
[General fund fiscal 2001] 
[General fund fiscal 2001] 

[State special revenue fiscal 2001] 
[State special revenue fiscal 2001] 
[Federal special revenue fiscal 2001] 
[Federal special revenue fiscal 2001] 
[Proprietary fiscal 2001] 
[Proprietary fiscal 2001] 


Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel totaling $47,160 in fiscal 
year 2000 and $46,281 in fiscal year 2001. The department may allocate this 


reduction among programs.” 


85 


SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 
32. Page C-13. 
Strike: line 2 
Insert: “1,155,858” (general fund fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “1,151,863” (general fund fiscal year 2001) 
Insert: “106,304” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “106,443” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
Insert: “3,638,650” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “3,638,906” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
33. Page C-14. 


Following: line 25 
Insert: “Item 4 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 


totaling $115,556 in fiscal year 2000 and $115,242 in fiscal year 2001. The 
department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


34. Page D-1, line 4. 

Strike: “776,282 560,030” General fund, federal funds FY00 

Strike: “775,917 560,064” General fund, federal funds FY01 

Insert: “771,486 556,534” General fund, federal funds FY00 

Insert: “771,075 556,569” General fund, federal funds FY01 

35. Page D-1, following line 15. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 


totaling $8,342 in fiscal 2000 and $8,337 in fiscal 2001. The department may 
allocate this reduction among line items.” 


36. Page D-2, line 13. 

Strike: “2,448,776 697,260 530,654 10,214” 

Insert: “2,385,558 619,687 518,106 10,186” 

Strike: “2,468,273 697,238 365,879 10,214” 

Insert: “2,406,333 620,011 353,874 10,188” 

37. Page D-2, following line 25. 

Insert: “Item 9 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 


totaling $153,367 in fiscal 2000 and $151,198 in fiscal 2001. The department 
may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


38. Page D-3, line 7. 


Strike: “2,436,048 18,647” 

Insert: “2,425,098 18,563” 

Strike: “2,294,851 19,393” 

Insert: “2,283,954 19,301” 

39. Page D-3, following line 14. 

Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 


totaling $11,034 in fiscal 2000 and $10,989 in fiscal 2001.” 


40. Page D-3, line 17. 

Strike: “13,357,166 105,019 55,151” 
Insert: “13,297,307 103,711 54,997” 
Strike: “13,631,305 99,541 50,308” 
Insert: “13,570,350 98,220 50,159” 
41. Page D-3, line 21. 

Strike: “31,890 31,673” 

Insert: “30,582 31,012” 

42. Page D-4, line 13. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 86 


Insert: “Items 1 and 1b include a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and 
subscriptions totaling $62,629 in fiscal 2000 and $63,086 in fiscal 2001. The 
department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


43. Page D-4, line 25. 


Strike: “434,383” [Other funds fiscal year 2000] 

Insert: “433,610” [Other funds fiscal year 2000] 

Strike: “431,805” [Other funds fiscal year 2001] 

Insert: “431,038” [Other funds fiscal year 2001] 

44. Page D-5, line 4. 

Strike: “153,176” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 

Insert: “143,490” [General fund fiscal year 2000] 

Strike: “658,400” [State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Insert: “627,495” [State special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Strike: “496,726” [Federal special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Insert: “446,828” [Federal special revenue fiscal year 2000] 
Strike: “38,357” [Proprietary fiscal year 2000] 

Insert: “38,261” [Proprietary fiscal year 2000] 

Strike: “152,713” [General fund fiscal year 2001] 

Insert: “142,939” [General fund fiscal year 2001] 

Strike: “668,033” [State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
Insert: “635,752” [State special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
Strike: “495,386” [Federal special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
Insert: “445,597” [Federal special revenue fiscal year 2001] 
Strike: “38,252” [Proprietary fiscal year 2001] 

Insert: “38,144” [Proprietary fiscal year 2001] 

45. Page D-6. 


Following: line 3 

Insert: “Items 2 and 3 include a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and 
subscriptions, totaling $91,358 in fiscal year 2000 and $92,719 in fiscal year 
2001. The department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


46. Page D-6. 

Strike: line 25. 

Insert: “1,107,790” (general fund fiscal year 2000) 

INSET UV EREnOZ oa (general fund fiscal year 2001) 

Insert: “23,499” (state special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “23,497” (state special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
Insert: “3,352,845” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2000) 
Insert: “3,370,634” (federal special revenue fiscal year 2001) 
47. Page D-7. 


Following: line 23 

Insert: “Item 2 includes a 12% reduction in travel, dues, and subscriptions 
totaling $25,386 in fiscal year 2000 and $16,729 in fiscal year 2001. The 
department may allocate this reduction among programs.” 

48. Page E-1, line 4. 

Strike: “4,075,516 4,057,881” [GF fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “4,036,537 4,019,646” [GF fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Strike: “472,878 472,325” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “470,163 469,615” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

49, Page E-1, line 8. 


87 


SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 


Strike: “6,230,195 6,336,765” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “6,162,751 6,270,926” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


50. Page E-2. 
Following: line 20. 
Insert: “Items 1 and 1b include a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, 


and dues totaling $109,138 in fiscal year 2000 and $106,784 in fiscal 2001. 
The agency may allocate this reduction among programs.” 


51. Page E-3, line 4. 


Strike: “134,023 133,525” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “130,905 130,407” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Strike: “11,252 11,216” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


Insert: “9,186 9,102” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
52. Page E-3. 


Following: line 15. 
Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and dues 


totaling $5,234 in fiscal 2000 and $5,232 in fiscal 2001. The agency may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 


53. Page E-4, line 3. 

Strike: “1,630,201 1,629,160” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “1,623,253 1,622,218” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Strike: “228,068 228,068” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “227,708 227,704” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Strike: “56,750 56,750” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “56,625 56,624” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


54. Page E-4. 


Following: line 10. 
Insert: “Item 4 includes a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and dues 


totaling $7,433 in fiscal 2000 and $7,432 in fiscal 2001. The agency may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 


55. Page E-4, line 13. 

Strike: “257,899 261,791” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “256,471 260,397” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Strike: “132,440 129,399” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “131,758 128,713” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


56. Page E-4, line 17. 

Strike: “426,471 416,673” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “424,073 414,265” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
57. Page E-4, line 24. 


Strike: “1,660,096 1,404,012” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Insert: “1,657,277 1,400,776” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 
Strike: “181,673 182,173” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “180,239 180,603” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Strike: “1,300,694 750,685” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “1,298,574 749,005” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 


58. Page E-5. 
Following: line 11 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 88 


Insert: “Item 1 includes a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and dues 
totaling $6,373 in fiscal 2000 and $6,486 in fiscal 2001. The agency may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 

59. Page E-5, line 25. 

Strike: “730,041 738,711” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “725,459 734,015” [general fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Strike: “210,408 208,046” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “209,481 207,062” [SSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “55,900 55,464” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “53,279 52,859” [FSR fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

60. Page E-6, line 14. 

Strike: “724,691 716,520” [Proprietary fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

Insert: “723,860 715,720” [Proprietary fund fiscal 2000 and 2001] 

61. Page E-6. 

Following: “line 25” 

Insert: “Items 1 and 4 include a 12% reduction in travel, subscriptions, and 
dues totaling $8,961 in fiscal 2000 and $9,085 in fiscal 2001. The agency may 
allocate this reduction among programs.” 


62. Page E-7, line 3. 


Strike: “1,126,823 1,120,527” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “1,116,153 1,109,861” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001 


63. Page E-7, line 21. 

Strike: “90,572,751 90,848,210” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “90,389,015 90,665,650” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
64. Page E-8, line 2. 


Strike: “8,639,885 8,561,006” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 
Insert: “8,629,244 8,550,365” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001) 


65. Page E-8, line 4. 


Strike: “3,689,573 3,689,573” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001 
Insert: “3,677,776 3,677,776” (general fund fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001 


66. Page E-8, line 16. 

Strike: “28,073,718 29,332,010” (federal funds fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001 

Insert: “28,053,936 29,309,052” (federal funds fiscal 2000 and fiscal 2001 

67. Page E-9, line 13. 

Strike: “$107,119,523 $109,011,916” 

Insert: “$106,932,075 $108,824,172” 

68. Page E-11, line 16. 

Strike: “$1,986,061 $2,045,643 $975,379 $972,946” 

Insert: “$1,983,889 $2,043,471 $974,355 $971,922” 

69. Page E-11, line 19. 

Strike: “$2,187,516” 

Insert: “$2,180,937” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark,.Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Haines, Hanson, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 


89 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 64 


Noes: Beck, Buzzas, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 32 
Voted Absentee: R. Clark, Aye; Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Noes. 
Excused: Brown, Curtiss, Tash. 
Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Ohs. 
Total 1 


HB 2 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 60 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, P. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Ewer, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Gutsche, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Mangan, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Tuss, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 40 
Voted Absentee: Brown, R. Clark, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Tash, Ayes; 
Curtiss, Fuchs, Noes. 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Seventy-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
C. Swysgood moved HB 2 be concurred in. Senator Swysgood thanked the 
members of the Finance and Claims Committee, the Legislative Fiscal 
Analysts’ staff, the Senate staff and the Budget Office for their dedicated work 
during the session. He then explained the procedure for presentation of HB 2, 
and gave a brief overview of HB 2 and the actions of the Finance and Claims 
committee and the subcommittees. Senator Swysgood moved Section A of HB 
2 be opened. Motion carried. 


SECTION A - GENERAL GOVERNMENT AND HIGHWAYS. 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 90 


Senator M. Taylor explained Section A of HB 2. 


1. Senator G. Jergeson moved that Section A of HB 2 be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page A-4, line 17. 


Strike: “1,172,374 1,127,148” 
Insert: “1,192,874 1,147,148” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Mesaros, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, 
Tester, Waterman, Wilson. 

Total 19 


Nays: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Doherty, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, 
Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 31 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Seventy-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
C. Swysgood moved that HB 2, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 47 
Nays: Miller, Toews, Wells. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Seventy-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 47 


91 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Nays: Miller, Toews, Wells. 
Total 3 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Zook moved Senate amendments to HB 2 be 
not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 93 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Tuss, Wyatt. 
Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: Fuchs. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Zook moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 2 be adopted. 

Representative Menahan called for cloture. Motion carried. 

The cloture motion was ruled out of order on HB 2. 

Representative Menahan withdrew his motion. 


Motion that the Free Conference Committee report to HB 2 be adopted 
carried as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, EK. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Erickson, Fisher, Gallus, 
Grinde, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 52 


HB 2 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 92 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Mangan, McCulloch, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Swanson, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 48 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 2 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 2 be placed at the top of the 
second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 2 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator C. Swysgood moved the Free 
Conference 

Committee report to HB 2 be adopted. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, 
Holden, Jabs, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Thomas, Mr. President. 

Total 33 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Ellingson, Halligan, 
Jergeson, Keating, Miller, Nelson, Stang, Tester, Toews, Waterman, Wells. 


Total 15 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Taylor, Wilson. 
Total 2 


HB 2 (Kighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Erickson, 
Fisher, Gallus, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Johnson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson; Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig; Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 56 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Buzzas, P. Clark, 
Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Mangan, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, 


93 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 2 


Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Wyatt. 
Total 44 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 2 (Kighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, 
McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Mr. President. 

Total 37 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Doherty, Ellingson, Jergeson, Keating, Miller, 
Nelson, Stang, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 
Total 13 
Paired: Harp, Taylor, Ayes; Ellingson, Wilson, Noes. 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 3 (Fifteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Zook moved HB 3 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 76 
Noes: Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Cobb, 
Davies, Galvin-Halcro, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Mangan, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Somerville, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 


Total 23 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Menahan. 
Total 1 


HB3 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 94 


HB 3 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Mangan, McCann, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, 
Somerville, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 20 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 3 (Thirty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating moved HB 3 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 3 (Fortieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate } Concurred in as 
Follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, Depratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mccarthy, Menutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 47 

Nays: Keenan. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Mahlum, Stang. 
Total 2 


HB 4 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 4 be passed for the day. 
Motion carried. 


HB 4 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative L. Taylor moved HB 4 do pass. 


95 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 4 


HB 4 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative L. Taylor moved HB 4, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 5, line 11. 

Following: “the” 

Strike: “Mile” 

Insert: “Milk” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 96 
Noes: Wyatt. 

Total 1 
Excused: Hanson. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


Motion that HB 4, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 81 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Lawson, 
McCann, McGee, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 17 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 4 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 96 


HB 4 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Cobb, Davies, 
Fuchs, Jore, Lawson, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, 
Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 19 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye; Bookout-Reinicke, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Hedges. 

Total 1 


HB 4 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
G. Jergeson moved HB 4 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 4 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: Miller. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 5 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Kitzenberg moved HB 5, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page 2. 

Following: line 9 

Insert: “Construct Fort Peck Fish Hatchery 14,640,000 Federal Special 
Revenue” 

Amendment failed as follows: 


oF SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 5 


Ayes: Beck, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Harrington, 
Hedges, Holden, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Ryan, Smith, Soft, Tropila, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 24 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hibbard, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 73 
Excused: Bitney, Krenzler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Eggers. 

Total 1 


Motion that HB 5 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Davies, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Vick, Wagner, 
Wyatt. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 5 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McCann moved HB 5 do pass. 


HB 5  (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 


HB5d 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 98 


Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 78 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Jackson, 
Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 17 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Hanson, Hedges, Somerville, Taylor, Wagner. 

Total 5 


HB 5 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Beck requested consideration of HB 5 be placed below SB 534 on the second 
reading board this legislative day for purpose of amendment. Request granted. 


HB 5 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. Crippen moved consideration of HB 5 be passed for the day. Motion carried. 


HB 5 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
M. Halligan moved HB 5, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page 3, line 26. 

Following: line 25 

Insert: “Life Sciences Building, UM-Missoula 23,000,000 Federal, State, 
Donations, Grants, Plant Funds” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Franklin, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, 
Jergeson, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Nelson, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 33 
Nays: Crismore, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Holden, Jabs, 
Keating, Keenan, Miller, Mohl, Swysgood, Toews, Wells. 

Total 15 
Absent or not voting: Harp. 

Total 1 
Excused: Ellingson. 

Total 1 


HB 5 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator A. 
Mohl moved HB 5, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Page 1, line 11. 


99 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB5d 


Strike: “9” 

Insert: “10” 

2. Page 1, line 14. 

Strike: “9” 

Insert: “10” 

3. Page 2. 

Following: line 7 

Insert: “Install Fire Sprinklers, Conrad Mansion, Montana Historical 
Society 40,000 General Fund” 

4. Page 8, line 4. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 6. Fund transfers for Conrad mansion 
project and project administration. (1) The department of administration 
shall transfer the cash balance of the social and rehabilitation services 
building debt service account (accounting entity 04005) to the state general 
fund, and the department of public health and human services shall transfer 
the cash balance of the social services block grant account (accounting entity 
03203) to the state general fund. The sum of these transfers is intended to 
fund the Conrad mansion fire sprinkler installation project appropriation 
contained in [section 2]. The appropriation may not be used until these 
transfers, totaling at least $40,000, have been completed. 

(2) The Montana historical society shall administer 
the appropriation for this project.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

5. Page 8, line 30. 

Strike: the first “8” 

Insert: “9” 

Strike: the second “8” 

Insert: “9” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Yeas: Beck, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Ekegren, 
Franklin, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mohl, Roush, Taylor, Thomas, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 21 
Nays: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Devlin, Eck, Ellis, 
Glaser, Grimes, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, McCarthy, Mesaros, 
Miller, Nelson, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells. 

Total 27 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson, Harp. 

Total 2 


HB 5 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Beck moved HB 5, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 5 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


HB 5 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 100 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 50 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 5 (Kighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCann moved Senate amendments to HB 5 be 
not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gillan, Golie, 
Gutsche, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 19 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 5 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator T. Beck moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 5 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 5 (EHighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Taylor moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 5 be adopted. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 


101 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 5 


R. Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 86 
Noes: Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Jackson, Jore, Orr, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 
Total 13 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 
Total 1 


HB 5 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 5 be placed at the top of the 
second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 5 (Kighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 85 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, Orr, Peck, Raney, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 15 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 5 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 


HB6 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 102 


Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Grosfield. 

Total 1 


HB6 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 6 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Vick. 

Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Ohs, Aye. 
Excused: Ahner. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 

Total 1 


HB6 (Thirty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 92 


103 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB6 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Jore, Orr, Peck, Raney, Vick. 
Total 8 

Voted Absentee: Galvin-Halcro, Rose, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 6 (Sixty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Lynch moved HB 6 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB6 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Wells. 

Total 1 


HB6 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCann moved Senate amendments to HB 6 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Jore, Kasten, Orr, Rehbein, 
Wagner. 


Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 


HB6 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 104 


Absent or not voting: Dell, McGee, Vick. 
Total 3 


HB6 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Davies, Jore, Kasten, McGee, 
Molnar, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Williams. 
Total 15 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 
Total 1 


HB 7 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McCann moved HB 7 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Orr, Rehbein. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Krenzler, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Ryan. 

Total 2 


105 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 7 


HB 7 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Orr, Wagner. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 7 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
J. Lynch moved HB 7 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 7 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 8 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 8 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 


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Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 90 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Ahner, Ohs, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 

Total 1 


HB 8 (Thirty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Jore, Orr, Peck, Raney, Vick. 

Total 9 . 
Voted Absentee: Galvin-Halcro, Rose, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Haines, Hurdle, Tuss. 

Total 3 


HB 8 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Beck moved HB 8 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 8 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 


107 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 9 


Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 47 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Cole, Jabs, Taylor. 
Total 3 


HB 9 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved consideration of HB 9 be placed below HB 14 
on the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 9 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 9 do pass. 


HB 9 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Juneau moved HB 9, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 1, line 26. 


Strike: “$300,000” 

Insert: “$319,700” 

2. Page 3. 

Following: line 13 

Insert: “Museum of the Rockies - To Honor & Comfort: Native Quilting 
Traditions 19,700” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 47 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Simon. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 

Total 1 


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HB 9 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative E. Bergsagel moved for cloture. Motion carried. 

Motion that HB 9 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, 
Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 69 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, EK. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, E. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Jackson, Jore, McGee, 
Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 30 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Simon, Tash, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 

Total 1 


HB 9 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, 8S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 
Total 74 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, 
Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 25 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Rose. 
Total 1 


HB 9 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
J. Lynch moved HB 9 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


109 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 9 


HB9 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 47 
Nays: Keenan, Miller, Wells. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 10 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved HB 10 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 89 


Noes: Adams, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, 
Raney, Rehbein, Story. 


Total 11 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 10 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 


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Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 
Noes: Adams, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Orr, 
Raney, Rehbein, Story. 

Total 12 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 10 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator C. 
Swysgood moved HB 10 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 10 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 50 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 11 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 11 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 


Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Curtiss, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Wagner, 
Wyatt. 


Total 8 


111 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 11 


Voted Absentee: Fuchs, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Tash, Ayes; R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Noes. 


Excused: Brown. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: Golie, Soft. 
Total 2 


HB 11 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Peck, Wyatt. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 11 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
J. Lynch moved HB 11, be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Harp moved the committee rise, report progress, and beg leave to 
sit again. Motion carried. Committee arose. Senate resumed. President 
Crippen in the chair. Chairman Grimes moved the Committee of the Whole 
report be adopted. Report adopted. 


HB 11 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 


Total 0 


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Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 11 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCann moved Senate amendments to HB 11 
be not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 92 
Noes: Buzzas, Eggers, Gillan, Schmidt, Wyatt. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 

Votal 2 
Absent or not voting: Orr. 

Total 1 


HB 11 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved consideration of HB 11 be placed below SB 195 
on the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 11 (Eighty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Harp moved that the President be authorized to appoint a Free Conference 
Committee to meet with a like committee from the House to confer on HB 11. 
Motion carried. The President appointed the following members: 

Senator Beck, Chairman 

Senator Swysgood 

Senator Lynch 


HB 11 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator T. Beck moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 11 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. | 


Senator Harp moved the committee rise, report progress, and beg leave to 
sit again. Motion carried. Committee arose. Senate resumed. President 
Crippen in the chair. Chairman Keating moved the Committee of the Whole 
report be adopted. Report adopted. 


113 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 11 


HB 11 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Mood moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 11 be adopted. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: P. Clark, Ewer. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Orr. 

Total 1 


HB 11 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 11 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 


HB 12 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 114 


Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 92 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Jackson, Jore, Molnar, Orr, Peck. 

Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Harrington. 

Total 1 


HB 12 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved HB 12 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch. 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, 
Holden, Jore, Raney, Rehbein, Story, Vick. 


Total 14 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Fisher, Grinde, Hedges, Orr, Pavlovich, Sliter. 
Total 6 


HB 12 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


115 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 12 


Total 84 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, 
Fuchs, Jore, Orr, Raney, Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 16 
Excused: None. 
Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 12 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Beck moved HB 12 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 12 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 13 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Matthews moved HB 18, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 14. 

Strike: line 19 


HB 13 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 116 


Insert: “STEP BA BA+15 BA+30 

BA+45 BA+60 BA+75” 

2. Page 15. 

Strike: line 21 

Insert: “STEP BA BA+15 BA+30 
BA+45 BA+60 BA+75” 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Swanson, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 47 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 52 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Zook. 

Total 1 


HB 13 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 13 do pass. 


HB 13 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved HB 13, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page 21, line 15. 


Strike: “2,476,602 1,033,080 5,719,201 
2,685,205” 

Insert: “2,962,819 1,467,705 - 6,889,163 
3731151” 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: S. Anderson, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 47 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 


117 


SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES 


HB 13 


Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Moinar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 


Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 53 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 13 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 


Representative Johnson moved HB 13, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 
1. Page 13, line 27. 


Strike: “1999, UNTIL THE FIRST DAY OF THE PAY PERIOD THAT 
NCLUDES October 1, 2000,” 


I 








Insert: “1998, and thereafter” 


2. Page 15, line 3 through page 16, line 4. 


Strike: in their entirety 


Insert: 
Tr 23,642 
26,609 
Z 24,351 
27 407 
a 25,082 
28,230 
4 25,834 
29,077 
5 26,609 
29,949 
6 27,407 
30,847 
7 28,230 
SL FTS 
8 29,077 
32,726 
9 29,949 
33,708 
10 30,847 
34,719 
11 eri 
35,761 
12 32,726 
36,833 
13 33,708 
37,938 


94,351 
27,407 

25,082 
28,230 

25,834 
29,077 

26,609 
29,949 

27,407 
30,847 

28,230 
31,773 

29,077 
32,726 

99,949 
33,708 

30,847 
34,719 

31,773 
35,761 

32,726 
36,833 

33,708 
37,938 

34,719 
39,077” 


25,082 
25,834 
26,609 
27,407 
28,230 
29,077 
29,949 
30,847 
31,773 
32,726 
30,708 
34,719 


30,761 


25,834 
26,609 
27,407 
28,230 
29,077 
29,949 
30,847 
31,773 
32,726 
33,108 
34,719 
30,761 


36,833 


HB 13 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 118 


Clerical amendment: 

Page 13, line 25. 

Strike: “(1)” 

(to reflect amendment 2) 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Rehbein. 

Total 3 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Erickson. 

Total 1 


Motion that HB 18, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 69 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Harper, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters. 

otal 29 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Hedges, Rose. 

Total 2 


119 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 13 


HB 13 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 13, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 8. 


Following: “PROGRAM;” 
Insert: “REQUIRING A REDUCTION IN AUTHORIZED POSITIONS 
FOR CERTAIN AGENCIES;” 


2. Title, line 12. 


Following: line 11 
Insert: “2-18-204,” 


3. Page 3, line 25. 
Insert: “Section 2. Section 2-18-204, MCA, is amended to read: 


“2-18-204. Determination of number and classes of employees in each 
agency. (1) Based on documentation to be submitted by each agency, the 
department shall determine the classes of positions of employees of each 
agency or program thereof before the beginning of each fiscal year. At any 
time, upon request of the agency, the department may amend the classes of 
positions of employees in any agency or program thereof. 


(2) Based on documentation to be submitted by each agency, the budget 
director shall determine the number of positions and employees (full-time 
equivalents) of each agency or program thereof prior to preparation of the 
executive budget and before the beginning of each fiscal year. At any time, 
upon the request of the agency, the budget director may amend the number of 
positions or employees (full-time equivalents) in any agency or program 
thereof. 

(3) This section does not limit legislative authority to amend the 
determinations of the department or the ea director. 

4 B tember 1, 200 h ther than those referred to in 
bsection (4)(b) shall identi the spe ic ositi ns that are to be removed 





of the aeotnt ae Seren eerie es a D meaanaied for fisca Levene 2001. Bach 
agency and the budget director shall use the modified list of authorized 


itions in the pr ration f the exe tiv The list prepared 





b section (4 oes not ly to an agency that has less than 85 


authorized positions, the legislative branch, the judicial branch, any program 
with 50% or more elected officials, or the university system.“” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
4. Page 7, line 29. 


Following: “accomplishments,” 


Insert: “on 

5. Page 21, line 8. 
Strike: “9” 
Insert: “10” 


6. Page 21, line 20. 
Strike: “7, 9” 


HB 13 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 120 


Insert: “8, 10” 

7. Page 21, line 21. 
Strike: “10” 
Insert: “11” 

8. Page 21, line 22. 
Strike: “8” 

Insert: “9” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 62 


Noes: Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, 
Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 37 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson. 

Total 1 


HB 13. (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Haines moved HB 13, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 20, line 14. 

Following: “month.” 

Insert: “For employees of the Montana university system, the employer 
contribution for group benefits is $285 a month for the period from July 1999 
through June 2000 and $295 a month for the period from July 2000 through 
June 2001 and for each succeeding month.” 


2. Page 21, line 15. 


Strike: “2,476,602 1,033,080 _5,719,201 2,685,205” 
Insert: “2,711,658 1,160,385 5,880,749 2,765,221” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 


121 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 13 


Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 72 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, Molnar, 
Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Story, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook. 
Total 27 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 
Total 1 


HB 13 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 74 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, 
Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Hanson, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Story, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters. 

Total 25 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Shockley. 

Total 1 


HB 13 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Mahlum moved HB 13, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried as 
follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Lynch, Mahlum, 
McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Swysgood, 
Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 40 
Nays: Bartlett, Crismore, Ekegren, Keating, Keenan, Miller, Sprague, Taylor, 
Wells. 

Total 9 


Absent or not voting: None. 


HB 13 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 122 


Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 13 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
K. Miller moved HB 18, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 
1. Title, line 15. 


comes 


Following: “; 

Insert: “PROVIDING A CONTINGENT VOIDNESS PROVISION;” 

2. Page 25, following line 30. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 14. Contingent voidness. If the 
estimated increase in Montana’s wages and salaries as officially adopted by the 
revenue and taxation interim committee for the 2003 biennium does not total 
at least 18%, then [section 10] is void.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

3. Page 26, line 3. 

Strike: “13” 

Insert: “14” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Glaser, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Miller, Sprague, Wells. 

Total 8 
Nays: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, Lynch, 
Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 41 - 

Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson. 

Total 1 


HB 13 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Beck moved HB 13, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page 25, line 10. 

Following: “.” 

Insert: “The provisions of this section are in addition to the rights and 
benefits provided under 2-18-704 and do not affect the right of a legislator to 
remain on the group health insurance plan after 3 years if the legislator is 
otherwise eligible under 2-18-704 to remain covered.” 

Amendment adopted unanimously. 


HB 13 (EHightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 

Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 


123 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 13 


Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 

Total 43 
Nays: Bartlett, Ekegren, Keating, Miller, Sprague, Taylor, Wells. 

Total 7 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 13 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Johnson moved Senate amendments to HB 13 
be not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 
Noes: Ahner, R. Clark, Facey, Gallus, Harrington, Menahan, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Ryan. 
Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Peck. 
Total 1 


HB 13 (Kighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Conference 
Committee Report No. 1 - Senator T. Keating moved the Conference 
Committee report to HB 13 be adopted. After discussion, Senator Keating 
made a substitute motion that the Conference Committee Report to HB 13 be 
not adopted. Motion failed as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Crismore, Ekegren, Franklin, Grosfield, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, 
Miller, Mohl, Roush, Sprague, Taylor, Tester, Wells. 

Total 15 
Nays: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, 
McNutt, Mesaros, Nelson, Shea, Stang, Swysgood, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 


HB 13 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 124 


Total 35 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 13 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Conference 
Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Johnson moved the Conference 
Committee report to HB 13 be adopted. 

Representative Johnson withdrew his motion and substituted a do not 
concur motion. 

Motion that the Conference Committee Report No. 1 to HB 13 be not 
concurred in failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Davies, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Gillan, Haines, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Soft, Somerville, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 39 
Noes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Brainard, Buzzas, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Trexler, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 61 
Voted Absentee: Dale, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None 

Total 0 


HB 13 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} - Conference 
Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Lynch, 
Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, 
Stang, Swysgood, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 41 
aus Bartlett, Crismore, Ekegren, Keating, Keenan, Sprague, Taylor, Tester, 

ells. 

Total 9 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


125 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 13 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 13 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Brainard, Buzzas, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 59 


Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Ewer, 
Galvin-Halcro, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Taylor, Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 38 
Voted Absentee: Johnson, Aye. 
Excused: Dale. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs, Hagener. 
Total 2 


HB 14 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative P. Bergsagel moved HB 14, second reading copy, be amended 
as follows: 


1. Title, page 1, line 8. 


Strike: “AMENDING SECTION 17-7-211, MCA; AND” 
Insert: “AND” 


2. Title, page 1, line 9. 
Strike: “AND A TERMINATION DATE” 
3. Page 1, line 13. 


Strike: “8” 
Insert: “7” 


4. Page 1, line 15 through line 16. 


Following: “means” 
Strike: the first “the” on line 15 through “or” on line 16 


5. Page 1, line 16. 

Following: “in” 

Strike: “[sections 1 through 8]” 
Insert: “[section 2]” 


6. Page 1, line 21. 

Strike: “(1)” 

7. Page 1. 

Strike: line 29 in its entirety 





HB 14 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 126 


8. Page 1. 


Following: line 29 
Insert: “Deferred Maintenance, Statewide $14,480,000” (CPF) 


9. Page 1, line 30 through page 2, line 15. 

Strike: line 30 on page 1 through line 15 on page 2 

10. Page 2. 

Strike: lines 17 through 20 in their entirety 

11. Page 2. 

Following: line 20 

Insert: “Deferred Maintenance, University System $20,000,000” (CPF) 
12. Page 3, line 5 through page 4, line 16. 

Strike: line 5 on page 3 through line 16 on page 4 

13. Page 4. 


Following: line 17 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 3. Statement of legislative intent. (1) 
The 56th legislature acknowledges the deferred maintenance projects 
currently identified total approximately $344,800,000. The legislature 
recognizes the significant need to direct state resources towards the deferred 
maintenance needs of state and university buildings. 


(2) Each executive branch agency and the university system shall submit 
deferred maintenance requests in accordance with Title 17, chapter 7, part 2. 
The long-range planning subcommittee shall evaluate the appropriateness of 
each request, establish legislative priorities, and may approve a deferred 
maintenance program during each regular legislative session.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
14. Page 4, line 18. 

Strike: “(1)” 

15. Page 4, line 20. 


Strike: “$33,403,750” 
Insert: “$34,480,000” 


16. Page 4. 
Strike: lines 25 through 28 in their entirety 
17. Page 4, line 30 through page 5, line 10. 


Strike: section 4 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 


18. Page 5, line 26 through page 6, line 5. 


Strike: section 7 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 


19. Page 6, line 11 through page 7, line 1. 


Strike: section 9 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 
20. Page 7, line 3. 

Strike: “3” 

Insert: “4” 

21. Page 7, line 5. 

Strike: the first “3” 


127 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 14 


Insert: “4” 

Strike: the second “3” 

Insert: “4” 

22. Page 7. 

Strike: line 15 in its entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, 
Golie, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Somerville, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 41 
Noes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Tropila, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 56 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, No. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke, Simon. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Sliter. 

Total 1 

Motion that HB 14 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 69 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, P. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Trexler, Tuss, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 30 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Simon, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Sliter. 

Total 1 


HB 14 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 128 


HB 14 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative R. Johnson moved HB 14 do pass. 


HB 14 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, 
Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, 
Tuss, Williams, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 71 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, 
E. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Wyatt. 

Total 28 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Witt. 

Total 1 


HB 14 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate}, 
Requiring 2/3 vote of each house - Senator T. Beck moved HB 14 be concurred 
in. Motion received the following vote: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 32 
_ Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, Halligan, 
Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, Waterman, 
Wilson. 

Total 17 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cocchiarella. 

Total 1. 


HB 14 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, requiring 
2/3 vote of each house, failed with the following vote: 

Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, 
Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 


129 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 14 


Total 31 
Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, 
Tester, Waterman, Wilson. 

Total 19 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 14 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, requiring 
2/3 of each house, received the following vote: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, 
Mr. President. 

Total 44 
Nays: Christiaens, Doherty, Eck, Miller, Nelson, Wilson. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 15 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Zook moved HB 15 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 85 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Davies, Jore, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 


Total 15 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


HB 15 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 130 
Total 0 


HB 15 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Facey, Golie, Jackson, Jore, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Motale2t 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye; Bookout-Reinicke, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 15 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Mahlum moved HB 15, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 9. 

Following: “GENERAL FUND;” 

Insert: “APPROPRIATING GENERAL FUND MONEY FOR AN 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING 
JUNE 30, 2001;” 

2. Page 1, line 14. 

Strike: “5” 

Insert: “6” 

3. Page 1, line 17. 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 2. Information technology project 
appropriation — contingency. (1) Pursuant to subsection (2), there is 
appropriated $9,900,000 from the general fund to the department of revenue 
for the biennium ending June 30, 2001, for the information technology project 
known as project META. 


(2) The appropriation contained in subsection (1) is contingent upon 
certification by the legislative auditor that the net general fund revenue 
impact of House Bill No. 645 has been realized.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

4. Page 1, line 23. 

Strike: “$18,000,000” 

Insert: “$8,100,000” 


131 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 15 


5. Page 1, line 27. 


Strike: “$18,000,000” 
Insert: “$8,100,000” 


Strike: “2” 
Insert: “3” 

6. Page 2, line 12. 
Following: “of” 


Insert: “the general fund appropriation and the” 
7. Page 2, line 13. 


Strike: “4” 
Insert: “5” 


8. Page 2, line 15. 


Following: “USING” 
Insert: “the general fund appropriation and” 


9. Page 2, line 16. 


Strike: “5” 
Insert: “6” 
10. Page 2, line 18. 
Strike: “3” 
Insert: “4” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Doherty, Ekegren, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Jergeson, 
Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Shea, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Mr. President. 

Total 27 
Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Bohlinger, Devlin, Eck, Ellis, Glaser, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keenan, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Stang, Taylor, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson. 

Total 21 
Absent or not voting: Franklin. 

Total 1 
Excused: Ellingson. 

Total 1 


HB 15 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate}, requiring 
2/3 of each house - Senator C. Swysgood moved HB 15, as amended, be 
concurred in. Motion received the following vote: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, 
Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Mr. President. 

Total 29 
Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Franklin, Halligan, 
Holden, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, 
Tester, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 

Total 20 


HB 15 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 132 


Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 15 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
G. Jergeson moved HB 15, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 9. 

Following: “GENERAL FUND;” 

Insert: “APPROPRIATING GENERAL FUND MONEY FOR AN 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING 
JUNE 30, 2001;” 

2. Page 1, line 14. 

Strike: “5” 

Insert: “6” 

3. Page 1, line 17. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 2. Information technology project 
appropriation — contingency. (1) Pursuant to subsection (2), there is 
appropriated $9,900,000 from the general fund to the department of revenue 
for the biennium ending June 30, 2001, for the information technology project 
known as project META. 

(2) The appropriation contained in subsection (1) is contingent upon 
certification by the legislative auditor that the net general fund revenue 
impact of House Bill No. 645 has been realized.” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

4. Page 1, line 23. 

Strike: “$18,000,000” 

Insert: “$8,100,000” 

5. Page 1, line 27. 

Strike: “$18,000,000” 

Insert: “$8,100,000” 

Strike: “2” 

Insert: “3” 

6. Page 2, line 12. 

Following: “of” 

Insert: “the general fund appropriation and the” 

7. Page 2, line 13. 

Strike: “4” 

Insert: “5” 

8. Page 2, line 15. 

Following: “USING” 

Insert: “the general fund appropriation and” 

9. Page 2, line 16. 

Strike: “5” 

Insert: “6” 

10. Page 2, line 18. 

Strike: “3” 


133 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 15 


Insert: “4” 
Amendment failed as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Franklin, Halligan, 
Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Waterman, Wilson. 
Total 15 


Nays: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, 
Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 
Total 34 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 15 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, requiring 2/3 of each House, received the following vote: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 


Total 32 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, 
Waterman, Wilson. 


Total 18 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 15 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 15 be placed at the top of 
the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 15 (EHighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Zook moved Senate amendments to HB 15 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 15 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 134 


Total 76 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Davies, 
Galvin-Halcro, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Mangan, McGee, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Smith, Story, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 23 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark. 

Total 1 


HB 15 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as 
amended by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 77 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, 
Galvin-Halcro, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Mangan, McGee, Orr, Peck, 
Raney, Rehbein, Smith, Story, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 23 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 15 (Kighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Senate, requiring 2/3 of each House, received the following 
vote: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, 
Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, 
Mr. President. 


Total 45 | 
Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Lynch, McCarthy, Shea. 
Total 5 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 


135 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HE 7 
Total 0 


HB 17 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 17 do pass. 


HB 17 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 17, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 1, line 24. 

Following: “assessed” 

Insert: “to” 

Following: “a” 

Strike: “to” 

Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagei, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Rehbein. 

Total 1 
Excused: Juneau, Krenzler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 17, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 76 


Noes: S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, Brown, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, Masolo, Menahan, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Ryan, Smith, Story, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Witt, Wyatt, 
Zook. 

Total 24 


HB 17 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 136 


Voted Absentee: Juneau, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 17 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Ohs, 
Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 85 


Noes: E. Bergsagel, Brown, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Hurdle, Masolo, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ryan, Taylor, Wyatt, Zook. 
Total 13 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Shockley, Witt. 
Total 2 


HB 17 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Lynch moved HB 17 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 17 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 

Total 1 


137 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 20 


HB 20 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved for cloture. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 
Noes: P. Clark, Galvin-Halcro, Raney, Tropila, Wyatt. 

Total 5 
Excused: Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Simon, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 15 
Absent or not voting: J. Andersen, Harper, Jore, Masolo, McKenney, Shockley, 
Taylor, Trexler. 

Total 8 

Motion that HB 20 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gillan, Grinde, Hagener, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Ohs, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Wagner, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, 
Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Lawson, McCulloch, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Squires, Story, Swanson, Trexler, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 45 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann, 
McGee, Wagner, Ayes; Dell, Ewer, Molnar, Simon, Tuss, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 20 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kitzenberg moved HB 20 do pass. 


HB 20 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


HB 20 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 138 


Ayes: Ahner, 8S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, 
Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, *Molnar, Ohs, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Wagner, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 54 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, 
Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Lawson, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Squires, Story, Swanson, Trexler, Tuss, 
Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 46 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 20 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator W. 
McNutt moved HB 20 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, 
Tester, Thomas, Toews, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 40 
Nays: Bartlett, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, Shea, 
Waterman. 

Total 8 
Absent or not voting: Beck. 

Total 1 
Excused: Wells. 

Total 1 


HB 20 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, 
Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Mr. President. 

Total 41 
Nays: Bartlett, Doherty, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, Shea, Waterman. 

Total 7 
Absent or not voting: None. 


139 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 20 


Total 0 
Excused: Wells, Wilson. 
Total 2 


HB 20 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Kitzenberg moved Senate amendments to HB 
20 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Story, 
Trexler, Vick, Walters. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Molnar. 
Total 1 


HB 20 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Wagner, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 78 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Dell, Ewer, Gallus, Gutsche, Jackson, 
Jore, Lawson, McCulloch, Orr, Raney, Shockley, Simon, Story, Swanson, 
Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Walters. 


Total 21 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 20 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 140 


Absent or not voting: Dale. 
Total 1 


HB 20 (EKighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Governor’s 
Amendments - Representative Kitzenberg moved Governor’s amendments to 
HB 20 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brown, Jackson, Jore, Orr, Vick. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 20 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Governor’s 
Amendments - Senator W. McNutt moved Governor’s amendments to HB 20 
be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 20 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Governor, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, 
Wagner, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Dell, Gallus, Gutsche, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Lawson, Menahan, Raney, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, 
Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Walters. 


Total 20 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 


141 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 20 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Orr. 
Total 1 


HB 20 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Governor, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: Keenan, Waterman. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 23 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kitzenberg moved HB 23 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 90 
Noes: Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Grinde, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Wagner. 

Total 8 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Guggenheim. 

Total 2 


HB 23 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 


HB 23 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 142 


Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Grinde, Jore, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, 
Wagener. 

Total 9 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 23 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator R. 
Holden moved HB 23 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 23 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 24 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Soft moved HB 24 do pass. 


HB 24 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Soft moved HB 24, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Page 15, line 19. 


Following: “that” 

Insert: “neither” 

Strike: “child’s parents” 
Insert: “child and one parent” 
Strike: “and any” 

Insert: “nor the child and a” 


2. Page 15, line 20. 


143 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 24 


Strike: “do not” 
3. Page 15, line 22. 


Following: “that” 

Insert: “neither” 

Strike: “the child’s parents” 
Insert: “a parent” 


4. Page 15, line 23. 


Strike: “and” 
Insert: “nor” 
Strike: “do not” 
Strike: “reside” 
Insert: “resides” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 81 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 


Excused: Buzzas, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Simon, Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 16 
Absent or not voting: Adams, Cobb, Orr. 
Total 3 
Motion that HB 24, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Curtiss, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Vick. 


Total 10 


HB 24 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 144 


Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; Curtiss, McGee, Molnar, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Gallus, Menahan. 
Total 2 


HB 24 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 85 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Curtiss, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 11 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Tuss. 

Total 4 


HB 24 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Halligan moved HB 24 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 24 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


145 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 26 


HB 26 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, *Molnar, Ohs, Peck, Rehbein, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Wagner, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 51 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tuss, 
Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 47 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: E. Clark, Shockley. 

Total 2 


HB 27 (Ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Noennig moved HB 27 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Molnar. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Menahan, Swanson, Vick, Ayes. 
Excused: Harper. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Williams. 

Total 1 


HB 27 (Tenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


HB 27 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 146 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: McGee. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Mood. 

Total 1 


HB 27 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator A. 
Bishop moved HB 27 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 27 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: McNutt, Taylor. 

eOvales 


HB 29 (Tenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Ohs moved HB 29 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 


147 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 29 


McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Davies, Jore, 
Kasten, Vick, Walters. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dell. 
Total 1 


HB 29 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 89 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Davies, Jore, 
Kasten, Peck, Vick. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Simon, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Trexler. 
Total 1 


HB 29 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Grimes moved HB 29 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 29 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


HB 30 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 148 


Total 49 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 
Total 1 


HB 30 (Fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Peck moved HB 30 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, Johnson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Davies. 

Total 1 


HB 30 (Sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 94 
Noes: None. 


Total 0 


149 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 30 


Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Galvin-Halcro, McGee, Ohs, Sliter, Taylor, 
Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: Buzzas, Menahan, Molnar. 
Total 3 
Absent or not voting: R. Clark, Shockley, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 3 


HB 30 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Ekegren moved HB 30 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 30 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 

Total 1 


HB 32 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Ewer expressed a conflict of interest and abstained from voting. 


HB 32 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Bergsagel moved HB 32, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, line 8. 

Strike: “ELIMINATING” 

Insert: “REVISING” 

2. Page 3, line 30. 

Following: “arehiteet” 

Insert:”; (d) expend funds needed to cover costs of necessary repairs to 
property owned by the board as an investment upon compliance with 
18-2-103(4)” 

3. Page 5, line 26. 

Following: “arehiteet” 

Insert: “; (d) expend funds needed to cover costs of necessary repairs to 
property owned by the board as an investment upon compliance with 
18-2-103(4)” 

Amendment passed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 


HB 32 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 150 


Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None 

Total 0 


HB 32 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Johnson moved HB 32, as amended, do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Brainard, Golie, Grinde, Jore, McCann, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Sliter. 

Total 1 


HB 32 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Johnson moved HB 32 do pass. | 


HB 32 (Ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 


151 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 32 


Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Hurdle, Jore, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Menahan, Swanson, Ayes; Vick, No. 
Excused: Harper. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Ewer. 

Total 1 


HB 32 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator V. 
Cocchiarella moved HB 32 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 32 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Grosfield, Harp. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 

Total 2 


HB 32 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Johnson moved Senate amendments to HB 32 
be concurred in. 


HB 32 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 

Representative Ewer expressed a conflict of interest and abstained from voting. 
Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 

Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 

Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 

Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 

Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 


HB 32 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 152 


Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Ewer. 

Total 2 


HB 32 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 92 | 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Hagener, Jore, Vick. 

Total 4 
Excused: Ohs. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Ewer, Mood. 

Total 3 


HB 34 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Stovall moved HB 34 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 


153 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 34 


Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 81 
Noes: Adams, 8. Anderson, Davies, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Shockley, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Brainard, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Hanson, Rose, 
Schmidt, Taylor, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnett. 

Total 1 


HB 34 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Davies, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Noennig, Orr, Shockley, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Younkin. 

Total 16 
Voted Absentee: Ryan, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 : 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Tuss. 

Total 2 


HB 35 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Ahner moved HB 35 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, 
Sliter, Soft, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 64 


HB 35 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 154 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, 
Erickson, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, Mood, Raney, Schmidt, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tuss, 
Vick, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 34 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fuchs, Molnar, Wagner, Ayes; Tuss, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Simon. 

Total 2 


HB 35 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Ewer, Gallus, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 64 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, 
Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 32 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Ewer, Hibbard, McCann, Molnar, Vick, Wagner, 
Ayes; Buzzas, Eggers, Hurdle, McGee, Tuss, Noes. 
Excused: Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Simon. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 35 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Crismore moved HB 35 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 35 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 


Nays: None. 


155 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 36 


Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Berry. 
Total 1 


HB 36 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved HB 36 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 36 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 


Total 0 


HB 36 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 156 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 36 (Thirty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Hargrove moved HB 36 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 36 (Thirty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 47 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Bohlinger, Lynch, McCarthy. 

Total 3 


HB 38 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Peck moved HB 38 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Adams, Davies, Fuchs, Jore, Vick. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 38 (Eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


157 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 38 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Adams, Brainard, Fuchs, Jore, Vick. 

Total 5 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Pavlovich. 


Total 1 


HB 38 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Halligan moved HB 38 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 38 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 41 (Fifteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hagener moved HB 41 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Taylor, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB41 | 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 158 


Total 56 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt. 

Total 44 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 41 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 80 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, 
Curtiss, Davies, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, 
Simon, Somerville, Story, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 20 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 41 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Halligan moved HB 41 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 41 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


159 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 41 


Total 47 

Nays: Keenan, Swysgood, Toews. 
Total 3 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 41 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Hagener moved Senate amendments to HB 41 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 87 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Fuchs, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Sliter, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Brown, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 41 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended by 
the Senate, passed as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 85 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 


HB 44 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 160 


Total 14 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Hedges. 
Total 1 


HB 44 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Johnson moved HB 44 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Jore, 
Kasten, McGee, Orr, Wyatt. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, Krenzler, 
Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Ayes; Brainard, Curtiss, Wyatt, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Gutsche. 

Total 1 


HB 44 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 
Total 85 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Wyatt. 
Total 15 
Voted Absentee: McCann, Aye; Curtiss, No. 


161 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 44 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 44 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator C. 
Christiaens moved HB 44 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 44 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 

Total 1 


HB 45 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 45, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 6. 

Strike: the second “AND” 

2. Title, line 7. 


Following: “MCA” 
Insert: “; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE” 


3. Page 2, line 9. 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 2. Effective date. [This act] is effective 
July 1, 1999.” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 85 


HB 45 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 162 


Noes: Adams, Grinde, Hanson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, Taylor. 
Total 7 

Excused: Dale, Erickson, Harrington, Molnar. 
Total 4 

Absent or not voting: Fuchs, Hibbard, Shockley, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 4 


HB 45 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 45 do pass. 


HB 45 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Lawson moved HB 45, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page 1, line 20 through line 21. 


Strike: “may” on line 20 through “store” on line 21 

Insert: “shall adopt a policy identifying criteria for permitted possession, 
carrying, and storing of ” 

2. Page 1, line 21. 

Following: “grounds” 

Insert: “or in any portion of a school building or on any portion of school 
grounds” 

Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Dell, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hedges, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Thomas, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 54 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lenhart, McCann, McGee, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Ryan, Simon, Sliter, Story, Tash, 
Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 40 
Excused: Dale, Erickson, Harrington, Molnar. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: Swanson, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 

Motion that HB 45, as amended, do pass failed as follows: 
Ayes: Molnar. 

Total 1 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 


163 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 45 


Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Voted Absentee: Molnar, Aye; Dale, Erickson, Harrington, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 45 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Clark moved HB 45, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 4 through line 5. 


Strike: “MAKING” on line 4 through “WEAPON” on line 5 

Insert: “FURTHER REGULATING THE POSSESSION, CARRYING, 
AND STORING OF WEAPONS IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND” 

2. Page 1, line 13. 

Following: “(1)” 

Insert: “(a)” 

Following: “person” 

Insert: “who is an elementary or a secondary school student of any age or 
who is a nonstudent under 18 years of age” 

3. Page 1, line 16. 

Following: line 15 

Insert: “(b) A person who is not an elementary or a secondary school 
student and is 18 years of age or older commits the offense of possession of a 
weapon in a school building if the person knowingly possesses, carries, or 
stores a weapon in a school building.” 

4. Page 1, line 19. 

Following: “(1)” 

Insert: “(a) does not apply to a student at a private military academy. 
Subsection (1)(b)” 

Following: “enforcement” 

Insert: “, military, or school security” 

Following: “personnel” 

Insert: “or to a person with a concealed weapon permit” 

5. Page 1, line 26. 

Strike: “lawful” 

6. Page 1, line 27. 


Following: “owner” 
Insert: “, unless it is unlawful for the owner to possess it” 


7. Page 1, line 30. 


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Strike: “lawful” 

Following: “owner” 

Insert: “, unless it is unlawful for the owner to possess it” 

8. Page 2, line 1. 

Insert: “(5)(a) A person arrested for a violation of subsection (1)(a) must be 
detained in a juvenile detention center for 48 hours unless a court determines 
that there was no probable cause for the arrest or releases the person under 
Title 46, chapter 9. If an available mental health counselor has time to do so, 
the counselor shall discuss the case with the arrested person during the 
arrested person’s period of detention. 


(b) If a person arrested under subsection (1)(a) is a student at the school, 
the school may search the student’s locker and possessions in the school 
building or on the school grounds for the purpose of seizing and turning over 
to law enforcement personnel any weapons possessed or stored in violation of 
this section. 

(6) Each elementary and secondary school shall post signs in each school 
building and on school grounds that contain the prohibitions contained in this 
section.” 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 

9. Page 2, line 4. 


Following: “structures” 

Insert: “, except parking areas,” 

Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Golie, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Masolo, McGee, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 52 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, Dell, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 44 
Excused: Dale, Erickson, Harrington, Molnar. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 47 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved HB 47 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 


165 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 47 


Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: McGee. 

Total 1 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Shockley. 

Total 1 


HB 47 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 97 
Noes: McGee, Vick. 
Total 2 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Ahner. 
Total 1 


HB 47 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator F. 
Thomas moved HB 47 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 47 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 42 


HB 47 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 166 


Nays: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


Excused: Beck, Halligan, Holden, McCarthy, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 


Total 8 


HB 47 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Anderson moved Senate amendments to HB 47 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Jackson, McGee. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Williams. 

Total 1 


HB 47 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 


Noes: Gallus, Hurdle, McGee, Peck, Tuss, Williams. 


167 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 48 


Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 
Total 1 


HB 48 (Ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
McGee moved HB 48 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Menahan, Swanson, Vick, Ayes. 
Excused: Harper. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Eggers. 

Total 2 


HB 48 (Tenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 


Excused: Simon. 


HB 48 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 168 


Total 1 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Bitney. 
Total 2 


HB 48 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator C. 
Christiaens moved HB 48 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 48 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 51 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Harper moved HB 51 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, Jore, Mood, Orr. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 51 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


169 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 51 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, Jore, Orr. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Ohs. 


Total 1 


HB 51 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
L. Nelson moved HB 51 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 51 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 

Total 1 


HB 52 (Fifteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Shockley moved HB 52, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 7. 

Following: “GUARD” 

Insert: “, THE ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY FORCES, AND THE 
FEDERAL RESERVES” 


HB 52 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 170 


2. Page 1, line 17. 


Following: “to” 
Insert: “: 


(a)” 
3. Page 1, line 20. 


Following: “constitution” 
Insert: “; 


(b) a member of the active duty military forces of the United States; or 


(c) a member of the federal reserves who serves for more than 180 
continuous days on duty pursuant to Title 10 of the United States Code. 


(3) As used in this section, “federal reserves” means the United States air 
force reserve, army reserve, navy reserve, marine corps reserve, or coast guard 
99 
reserve 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Fuchs, Krenzler. 

Total 2 
Excused: Curtiss. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Stovall, Taylor. 

Total 2 


HB 52 (Fifteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 52 do pass as amended. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 


171 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 52 


Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 
Total 100 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 52 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Shockley. 

Total 1 


HB 52 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Hargrove moved HB 52 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 52 (Fifty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 


HB 53 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 172 


Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Berry. 
Total 1 


HB 53 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative R. Clark moved HB 53 be passed for the day. Motion carried. 


HB 53 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Clark moved HB 53 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 80 
Noes: Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, McCulloch, Peck, Swanson, Tropila, 
Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 19 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Menahan. 

Total 1 


HB 53 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 


Noes: Barnhart, Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Peck, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 17 
Excused: None. 


173 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 53 


Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Pavlovich. 
Total 1 


HB 53 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator S. 
Doherty moved HB 53 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator Ellingson 
voting nay. 


HB 53 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 43 
Nays: Ellingson. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Beck, McCarthy, Mesaros, Swysgood, Toews, Waterman. 
Total 6 


HB 53 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative R. Clark moved Senate amendments to HB 53 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 90 
Noes: P. Clark, Hurdle, Williams. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 5 


HB 53 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


HB 54 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 174 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 


Noes: Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Facey, Gallus, Guggenheim, Hurdle, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 
otal i 


HB 54 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 54 do pass. 


HB 54 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved the amendment be divided. Thereupon, the 
amendment numbers 1-10 passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dell, Jore, Kasten. 

Total 3 


175 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 54 


HB 54 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 54, as amended, do pass. Motion carried 
as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Hanson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Orr, Story, Taylor, Tuss, Wagner. 

Total 13 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Peck. 

Total 1 


HB 54 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gallus moved HB 54, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 7 through line 8. 

Following: “FLUID”;” on line 7 

Strike: remainder of line 7 through “SALIVA;” on line 8 
2. Title, line 8. 


Following: “AMENDING” 
Strike: “SECTIONS 41-5-206 AND” 
Insert: “SECTION” 


3. Page 1, line 138 through page 38, line 8. 
Strike: section 1 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 
4. Page 3, line 16. 

Following: “offense,” 

Insert: “purposely or knowingly” 
5. Page 3, line 18. 

Strike: “subsection” 

Insert: “subsections” 

Following: “(3)” 

Insert: “and (4)” 

6. Page 3, line 21. 

Strike: “(a)” 

7. Page 3, line 24. 


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Strike: “(b)” 

Insert: “(4)(a)” 

Following: “fluid” 

Insert: “committed while incarcerated in a place other than a state prison” 
Strike: “$5,000” 

Insert: “$1,000” 

8. Page 3, line 25. 


Strike: “state prison” 

Insert: “county jail” 

Strike: “5 years” 

Insert: “1 year” 

9. Page 3, line 25 through line 28. 


Following: “both.” on line 25 

Strike: remainder of line 25 through “both.” on line 28 

Insert: “(b) A person convicted of assault with a bodily fluid committed 
while incarcerated in a state prison shall, if at the time of sentencing the 
person is incarcerated in a state prison, be sentenced to an additional term of 
1 year in a state prison and the first 90 days after the sentencing shall be 
spent in administrative segregation at the state prison.” 

10. Page 8, line 29. 

Strike: “(4)” 

Insert: “(5)” 

11. Page 4, line 1 through line 3. 

Strike: subsection (5) in its entirety 


HB 54 (Forty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, Cobb, Jore, Orr, Tuss. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Wagner, Aye. 
Excused: Kasten. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Hedges, Holden, Hurdle. 

Total 3 


177 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 54 


HB 54 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator R. 
Holden moved HB 54, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page 1, line 16. 

Following: “person of a” 

Insert: “correctional or” 

Amendment adopted unanimously. 


HB 54 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator R. 
Holden moved HB 54, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried 
unanimously. 

Senator Stang present at this time. 

Senators Tester and Wilson excused at this time. 


HB 54 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, 
Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Toews. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cole, Jabs, Taylor. 

Total 3 


HB 54 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Menahan moved Senate amendments to HB 54 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Hurdle, Jore, Orr, Williams. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 


Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 


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Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Rose. 
Total 1 


HB 54 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Hurdle, Jore, Orr, Story, Williams. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 

Total 1 


HB 55 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Peck moved HB 55 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Jore, Lawson, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


179 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 55 


HB 55 (Eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 84 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Jore, Lawson, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 16 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 55 (Thirty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Tester moved HB 55 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 55 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Miller. 

Total 1 


HB 56 (Thirty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 56 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 


HB 56 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 180 


Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Guggenheim, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 56 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Gutsche, Lenhart, Ohs, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 56 (Forty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Shea moved HB 56 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 56 (Forty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 


Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 


181 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 57 


Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 47 
Nays: Lynch. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Harp, Mesaros. 

Total 2 


HB 57 (Fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Mercer moved HB 57 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Clark, Ewer, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Lenhart, Mangan, Peck, 
Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Tuss, Wyatt. 

Total 21 
Voted Absentee: P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, Ayes; Johnson, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 57 (Sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 78 


HB 57 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 182 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Clark, Ewer, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Mangan, Peck, 
Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Tuss, Wyatt. 

Total 20 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, McGee, Ohs, Sliter, Taylor, 
Wagner, Ayes; Galvin-Halcro, No. 
Excused: Menahan, Molnar. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 57 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator V. 
Cocchiarella moved HB 57, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 8. 

Strike: “A DELAYED” 

Insert: “AN IMMEDIATE” 

2. Page 3, line 15 through line 16. 

Following: “apprevat” on line 15 

Insert: “on passage and approval” 

Strike: “JANUARY 1, 2001” on line 16 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Devlin, Doherty, Franklin, 
Halligan, Holden, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, 
Miller, Roush, Shea, Stang, Taylor, Toews. 

Total 21 
Nays: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Crismore, DePratu, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, McNutt, Mohl, Nelson, 
Sprague, Swysgood, Thomas, Waterman, Mr. President. 

Total 23 
Absent or not voting: Bohlinger, Mesaros. 

Total 2 
Excused: Ellingson, Tester, Wells, Wilson. 

Total 4 


HB 57 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator F. 
Thomas moved HB 57 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senators Bartlett, 
Devlin, Jabs and Waterman voting nay. 


HB 57 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 

Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Crismore, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Tester, Thomas, Wells. 


Total 40 


183 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 57 


Nays: Bartlett, Devlin, Jabs, Swysgood, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 


Total 8 
Paired: Christiaens, Aye; Jabs, No. 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cole, Taylor. 

Total 2 


HB 57 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Mercer moved Senate amendments to HB 57 be 
not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 
Noes: Buzzas, Golie, Guggenheim, Mangan, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Stovall. 
Total 2 


HB 57 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Johnson moved the 
Conference Committee report to HB 57 be not adopted. Motion carried as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 


Total 95 


HB 57 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 184 


Noes: Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Wyatt. 
Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 57 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator B. Glaser moved the Conference 
Committee report to HB 57 be adopted. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, 
Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, 
Taylor, Waterman, Mr. President. 

Total 29 
Nays: Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Ellingson, Franklin, Grimes, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Stang, 
Tester, Thomas, Toews, Wells. 

Total 19 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Shea, Wilson. 

Total 2 


HB 57 (EHighty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Harp moved that the President be authorized to appoint a Free Conference 
Committee to meet with a like committee from the House to confer on HB 57. 
Motion carried. The President appointed the following members: 

Senator Glaser, Chairman 

Senator Thomas 

Senator Wilson 


HB 57 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator B. Glaser moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 57 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 57 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator B. Glaser requested that HB 57 
be placed at the bottom of the second reading board while waiting for a copy of 
the report. Request granted. 


HB 57 (EHighty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Johnson moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 57 be adopted. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 


185 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 57 


Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Ewer, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Jore, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, 
Tuss, Wyatt. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bookout-Reinicke, P. Clark. 
Total 2 


HB 57 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 44 
Nays: Bartlett, Grimes, Jabs, Nelson, Toews, Wells. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 57 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 58 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 186 


Total 88 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Ewer, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Jore, Peck, 
Squires, Story, Tuss, Wyatt. 
Total 12 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 58 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Younkin moved HB 58 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb. 

Total 1 


HB 58 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
KE. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


187 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 58 


Total 100 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 58 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
M. Cole moved HB 58 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 58 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Mahlum. 

Total 1 


HB 58 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Younkin moved Senate amendments to HB 58 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 96 
Noes: Hurdle, Peck. 

otal 2 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 


HB 58 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 188 


Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 58 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Hurdle, Jore, Peck. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 

Total 1 


HB 59 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mood moved HB 59 do pass. Motion failed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, E. Clark, 
R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Lawson, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Rehbein, Simon, Sliter, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, 
Wagner, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 40 


Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 60 


Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, McCann, McGee, 
Molnar, Simon, Vick, Wagner, Ayes; Buzzas, Eggers, Ewer, Gillan, Hurdle, 
Tuss, Noes. 


Excused: None. 


189 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 59 


Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 59 (Forty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mood moved HB 59 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Ewer, Gallus, Harrington, Hurdle, Tuss. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Molnar, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Buzzas. 


Total 1 


HB 59 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Buzzas, Gutsche, Hurdle, Orr, Trexler. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Molnar, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


Absent or not voting: Bitney. 


HB 59 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 190 
Total 1 


HB 59 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Grimes moved HB 59 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator 
Christiaens voting nay. 


HB 59 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Toews, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Christiaens. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cole, Jabs, Taylor. 

Total 3 


HB 59 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Mood moved Senate amendments to HB 59 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 } 
Noes: Cobb, Jore. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Totaled 


HB 59 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


191 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 63 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Buzzas, Hagener, Orr, Williams. 

Total 4 
Excused: Ohs. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Mood, Sliter. 


Total 2 


HB 63 (Kighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Simon moved HB 68 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 75 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Jackson, Jore, 
Lenhart, McCulloch, Rehbein, Ryan, Story, Swanson, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 25 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 63 (Ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Beck, EK. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Raney, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 


HB 64 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 192 


Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 69 
Noes: Adams, Barnett, Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Gallus, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Mangan, McCann, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, 
Ryan, Smith, Somerville, Story, Swanson, Williams. . 

Total od 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Vick, Ayes; Harper, Menahan, Swanson, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 64 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 64 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 . 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Williams. 

Total 1 


HB 64 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 


193 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 64 


Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 98 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs, Noennig. 
Total 2 


HB 64 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Taylor moved HB 64 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Ekegren, Glaser, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 31 
Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, Grimes, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, 
Toews, Waterman. 

Total 18 
Absent or not voting: Ellis. 

Total 1 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 64 (Fifty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, 
Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 30 
Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, 
Toews, Waterman, Wilson. 

Total 19 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 

Total 1 


HB 64 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCann moved Senate amendments to HB 64 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


HB 64 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 194 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Brainard, Hagener, Jore, McGee, Rehbein, Story. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Harper. 

Total 1 


HB 64 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S$. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 90 


Noes: Buzzas, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Hagener, Menahan, Peck, 
Williams. 


Total 8 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. _ 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Harrington. 
Total 2 


HB 65 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Ahner moved HB 65 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, EK. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 


195 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 65 


Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Story. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Gutsche. 

Total 1 


HB 65 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Story. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, McCann, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 65 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator S. 
Bartlett moved HB 65 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 65 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


HB 66 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 196 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Jabs, Toews. 

Total 2 


HB 66 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 66 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 66 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Katzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 


197 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 66 


Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 98 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Grinde, Shockley. 
Total 2 


HB 66 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator F. 
Thomas moved HB 66 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 66 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: | 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, 
Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, 
Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, 
Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, 
McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, 
Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 66 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Cobb moved Senate amendments to HB 66 be 
concurred in. 


Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 


HB 66 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 198 


Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Brown, Hanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 66 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended by the 
Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. ; 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Hanson, Stovall, Williams, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 69 (Twenty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCann moved HB 69 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 


129 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 69 


Noes: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 69 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Brainard. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fuchs, Molnar, Tuss, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Simon, Wagner. 

Total 3 


HB 69 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
G. Jergeson moved HB 69 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Christiaens excused at this time. 


HB 69 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Nelson, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, 
Mr. President. 

Total 45 
Nays: Cocchiarella, Miller, Mohl, Stang. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 69 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 200 


Excused: Mahlum. 
Total 1 


HB 69 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCann moved Senate amendments to HB 69 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Peck. 

Total 1 


HB 69 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Peck, Wyatt. 

Total 2 
Excused: Ohs. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Holden. 

Total 1 


201 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 70 


HB 70 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hurdle moved HB 70 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Harrington, Mangan. 

Total 2 


HB 70 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Cobb. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Haines, Story. 

Total 2 


HB 70 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Eck moved HB 70 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 70 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 202 


HB 70 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: Wells. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 71 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Vick moved for cloture. Motion carried. 

Motion that HB 71 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, Curtiss, Davies, 
Grinde, Haines, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Story, Taylor, 
Vick, Walters. 

Total 19 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, Krenzler, 
Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes; Brainard, Curtiss, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Eggers. 

Total 1 


HB 71 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rose moved HB 71 do pass. 


HB 71 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
P. Bergsagel moved that HB 71 be passed for the day. Motion failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, 


203 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 71 


Haines, Harper, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Raney, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Story, Stovall, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 43 


Noes: J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Somerville, Squires, 
Swanson, Tash, Trexler, Tropila, Williams. 

Total 44 


Excused: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Simon, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt. 

Total 13 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 71 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Thereupon, the 
House reverted to the original motion of Representative Rose. 


HB 71 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, 
Grinde, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Story, 
Taylor, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 21 
Voted Absentee: McCann, Aye; Curtiss, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 71 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Crippen moved consideration of HB 71 be passed for the day. Motion carried. 


HB 71 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator A. 
Ellis spoke on HB 71 and the committee then reverted to the body of the bill 
for amendment. 


HB 71 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 204 


HB 71 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator B. 
Stang moved HB 71, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Title, line 7. 


Strike: “94” 
Insert: “96” 


2. Title, line 10 through line 12. 

Strike: “PROVIDING” on line 10 through “YEARS;” on line 12 
3. Page 3, line 2. 

Strike: “SUBSECTIONS” 

Insert: “subsection” 

Strike: “AND (8)(A)CID” 

4. Page 3, line 5. 


Strike: “94%” 
Insert: “96%” 


5. Page 3, line 11 through line 24. 

Strike: subsection (ili) in its entirety 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Doherty, Eck, 
Ellingson, Franklin, Halligan, Harp, Hertel, Jergeson, Lynch, Mahlum, 
McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, Waterman, Wilson. 

Total 23 
Nays: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Holden, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. 
President. 

Total 27 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 





HB 71 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Stang moved HB 71, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Title, line 14. 

Following: “PER-ANB;” 

Insert: “PROVIDING THAT A VOTE IS REQUIRED FOR ANY 
INCREASE IN LOCAL PROPERTY TAXES;” 

Strike: “SECTION” 

Insert: “SECTIONS” 

Following: “AND-20-9-353” 

Insert: “AND 20-9-353” 

2. Page 2, line 18 and line 19. 

Strike: “, for” on line 18 through the second “amount” on line 19 

3. Page 6. 

Following: line 11 


Insert: “Section 2. Section 20-9-353, MCA, is amended to read: 


205 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 71 


“20-9-353. Additional financing for general fund — election for 
authorization to pose (1) The trustees of a district a Tapa to adopt: 





p(a) an over-BASE budget amount for the district general fund that does 
not exceed the maximum general fund budget for the district or other 
limitations, as provided in 20-9-3683} 20-9-308(2); or 

fe}(b) a general fund budget amount in excess of the maximum general 
fund budget amount for the district, as provided in 20-9-808+4) 
20-9-308(3)(a) (ii). 

(2) When the trustees of the district propose to adopt an over-BASE 
budget under subsection (1)(a), any increase in local property taxes authorized 
by 20-9-308(5) must be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of the 
district. The trustees are not required to submit to the qualified electors any 


increase in state funding of the basic or per-ANB entitlements approved by the 
legislature. When the trustees of a district determine that a voted amount of 


financing is required for the general fund budget, the trustees shall submit the 
proposition to finance the additional voted amount 

to the electors who are qualified under 20-20-301 to vote upon the proposition. 
The special election must be called and conducted in the manner prescribed by 
ae i i oe elections. The Le ~ the oe ae state the au 





expended the erate increase in local a pleeditt taxes gree the autos a 


ver-BASE mills n fund the general fun . Lhe 
ballot aid se in the following format: 
PROPOSITION 


The district levied (state the total amount of local property taxes levied in 
support of the district’s prior year’s over-BASE general fund budget) dollars 


n h ln r of mills levied in rt_of the district’s prior 
ear’s over-BASE general fund budget) mills to support the previous year’s 
over-BASE general fund budget. If this proposition is approved, the local 


property taxes to support the district’s proposed over-BASE general fund 
budget will increase by (state the additional local property taxes) dollars. The 


mills will Gner r r licabl insert the number of mill 
mills. 


Shall the district be authorized to BA Ea teat ry aeRO ei 





incr bel lpr in h moun ich Natl Gner 

or decrease as cppligabie) the local mills by Gnsert the number of mills) mills? 
[] FOR brdget-autherityand any the additional levy. 
[|] AGAINST budget-authority-and any the additional levy. 


3) When the trustees of a district propose to adopt a general fund budget 


amount in excess of the maximum general fund budget under subsection 
(1 = ), the AMUELCL shall SUT the propostlon ig finance the ee 
i 0 ifie 





rides 20-20- 301 Scie up z n ee proposition. The special election wincl be 
called and conducted in the manner prescribed by this title for school 


HB 71 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 206 


elections. The ballot for the election must state the amount of the budget to 
be financed, the approximate number of mills required to fund all or a portion 
of the budget amount, and the purpose for which the money will be expended. 
The ballot must be in the following format: 
PROPOSITION 

Shall the district be authorized to expend the sum of (state the additional 
amount to be expended) and being approximately (give number) mills for the 
purpose of (insert the purpose for which the additional financing is made)? 

[| FOR budget authority and any levy. 

[]_ AGAINST budget authority and levy. 

£3}(4) If the election on any additional financing or budget authority for 
the general fund is approved by a majority vote of the electors voting at the 
election, the proposition carries and the trustees may use any portion or all of 
the authorized amount in adopting the final general fund budget. The trustees 
shall certify any additional levy amount authorized by the special election on 
the budget form that is submitted to the county superintendent, and the 
county commissioners shall levy the authorized number of mills on the taxable 
value of all taxable property within the district, as prescribed in 20-9-141;+e 

e+} 43 art ial 


£4}(5) Authorization to levy an additional tax to support a budget amount 
adopted as allowed by 20-9-808(4) 20-9-308(3)(a)(i1) is effective for only 1 
school fiscal year. 

45}(6) All levies adopted under this section must be authorized by a special 
election conducted before August l of the school fiscal year for which it is 
effective. 

£6)(7) If une trustees of a district are required | ie submit a exppaHaan to 
finance an tere ARGUE : 2 
26-9-306(2)¢>)-an-inereased 01 over- "BASE budget amount;as-provided-in 
20-9-308}te), or an amount in excess of the maximum general fund budget 
amount for the district as allowed by 20-9-368) 20-9-308(3)(a)(ii) to the 
electors of the district, the trustees shall comply with the provisions of 
subsections (2) through >} (6) of this section.”” 


Renumber: subsequent section 
Amendment adopted with Senator Glaser voting nay. 





HB 71 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator A. 
Ellis moved HB 71, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator 
Glaser voting nay. 


HB 71 (Seventy-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 


Nays: Glaser, Keenan, Taylor, Wells. 


207 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 71 


Total 4 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 71 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Rose moved Senate amendments to HB 71 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Jore, Orr. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb. 

Total 1 


HB 71 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, — 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Davies, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, 
Rehbein, Story, Vick. 


Total 11 
Excused: Ohs. 


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Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 72 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mercer moved HB 72 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Curtiss, Davies, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Story, Vick. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 72 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative P. Bergsagel moved HB 72, second reading copy, be amended 
as follows: 


1. Title, line 14. 


Following: “CONTRIBUTION;” 
Insert: “PROVIDING FOR A MINIMUM MONTHLY BENEFIT 
ALLOWANCE;” 


2. Page 5, line 11. 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 5. Minimum monthly benefit allowance. 
(1) A retired member of the retirement system who on July 1, 1999, is 
receiving a service or disability retirement allowance that is less than $500 is 
eligible to receive a minimum monthly benefit allowance of $500 if the 
member at the time of retirement had 25 years or more of creditable service. 


(2) A beneficiary or beneficiaries of a deceased retired member who on 
July 1, 1999, are receiving an optional service, disability, or survivorship 
allowance that when added together are less than $500 are eligible to receive a 
proportional share of a minimum monthly benefit allowance of $500 if the 
retired member at the time of retirement had 25 years or more of creditable 
service. 


(3) Ifon July 1, 1999, multiple beneficiaries are receiving benefits under a 
retired member’s account, the minimum monthly benefit must be divided in 


209 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 72 


the same proportion as was the initial service, disability, or survivorship 
allowance.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
3. Page 5, line 18. 


Strike: “Section” 
Insert: “Sections” 
Following: “2” 
Insert: “and 5” 
Strike: “is” 
Insert: “are” 

4. Page 5, line 19. 


Strike: “section” 

Insert: “sections” 

Following: “2” 

Insert: “and 5” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore, Vick. 

Total 2 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 72 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mercer moved HB 72 do pass. 


HB 72 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 


HB 72 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 210 


Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 90 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Dale, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Story, 
Vick. 
Total 10 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 72 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
J. Harp moved HB 72 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 72 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 73 (Fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rose moved HB 73 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Jore, Rehbein, Wagner. 

Total 5 


211 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 73 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 73 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rose moved HB 73 do pass. 


HB 73 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rose moved HB 73, as amended, do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 90 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, EK. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Jore, McGee, Orr, 
Rehbein, Wagner. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 73 (Seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Rose moved HB 73, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 13. 

Following: “MGA:” 

Insert: “PROVIDING FOR LICENSING AND PERMITTING BY THE 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE RATHER THAN THE DEPARTMENT OF 
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS 
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE 30, CHAPTER 16, MCA;” 

2. Page 6, line 26. 

Following: “Title 75,” 

Strike: “CHAPTER 11” 

Insert: “chapters 1 through 3, 5 through 7, 10, 15, 16, and 20” 


Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 


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Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Jore, McGee, Orr, Vick. 

Total 7 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 73 (Ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 90 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Jore, Orr, 
Rehbein, Wagner. 


Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Menahan, Swanson, Vick, Ayes. 
Excused: Harper. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 73 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Hargrove moved HB 73 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 73 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 


213 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 74 


Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 50 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 74 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mood moved HB 74 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Davies, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Orr, Rehbein, Vick. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Ahner, Ohs, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 74 (Thirty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 


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Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Davies, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Orr, Rehbein, Vick. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Galvin-Halcro, Rose, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Tuss. 
Total 1 


HB 74 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating moved HB 74 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Keating resumed the chair. 


HB 74 (Seventy-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 74 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Mood moved Senate amendments to HB 74 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Orr. 

Total 3 


Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 


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Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: Harrington, Thomas. 
Total 2 


HB 74 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Adams, Davies, Jore, Orr, Vick. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Williams. 

Total 2 


HB 75 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Ahner moved HB 75 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Cobb, Jore, Orr, 
Rehbein, Taylor, Vick. 

Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


Absent or not voting: Hurdle, Menahan, Tropila. 


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Total 3 


HB 75 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Cobb, 
Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Taylor, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 12 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 

Total 1 


HB 75 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator E. 
Franklin moved HB 75 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 75 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 76 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Somerville moved HB 76 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, 


217 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 76 


Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Adams, Buzzas, Facey, Gutsche, Hurdle, Jore, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, Orr, Ryan, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt. 

Total 20 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Wagner, Ayes; Witt, Wyatt, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 76 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 
Noes: Adams, Buzzas, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hurdle, 
Jore, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Orr, Ryan, Squires, Tropila, 
Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt. 

Total 20 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, McCann, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Brainard. 

Total 1 


HB 76 (Sixty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Grimes moved HB 76 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 


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Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Wells, Wilson. 


Total 38 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Ellingson, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Jergeson, Waterman, Mr. President. 


Total 10 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Jabs, Toews. 
Total 2 


HB 76 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Doherty, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Harp, Hertel, 
Holden, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Miller, Mohl, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 

Total 36 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Eck, Ellingson, Grosfield, Hargrove, Jergeson, 
Nelson, Waterman. 


Total 9 

Paired: Miller, Aye; Waterman, No. 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Beck, McCarthy, Mesaros, Swysgood, Toews. 
Total 5 


HB 77 (Twenty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hurdle moved HB 77 do pass. Motion failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, McCulloch, Molnar, Peck, Raney, Schmidt, 
Squires, Swanson, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 29 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 71 
Excused: None. 


Total 0 


219 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 79 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 46, line 28 through page 47, line 3. 

Strike: “:” on line 28 through “(b)” on page 47, line 3 

Insert: “,” 

Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 59 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 40 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar. 


Total 1 


HB 79 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 79 be passed for the day. 
Motion carried. 


HB 79 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79 do pass. 


HB 79 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 46, line 13. 

Strike: “Subject to [section 59(3)], any” 

Insert: “Any” 

2. Page 47, line 26. 

Following: “employer.” 

Insert: “If a member either becomes inactive or terminates plan 
membership before fully repaying a loan, including interest, and fails to repay 
the loan under the prescribed terms, the outstanding portion of the loan, 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 220 


including interest, must be considered a lump-sum distribution from the 
member’s account and is subject to applicable tax laws.” 


3. Page 47, line 27 through line 28. 


Strike: subsection (3) in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 

4. Page 48, line 3. 

Strike: “, subject to [section 59],” 

Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lindeen, McGee, 
McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: McCann, Molnar. 

Total 2 


HB 79 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Wyatt moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 35, line 15. 


Strike: “0.04%” 
Insert: “0.1%” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Clark, Cobb, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, 
Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 35 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, 
Masolo, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


221 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Total 57 


Voted Absentee: Tuss, Aye; Curtiss, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Molnar, Simon, 
Vick, Noes. 


Excused: Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Hurdle, McCann, McGee, Wagner. 
Total 8 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Motion that HB 79 do pass carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lindeen, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 61 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 


Total 37 


Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, McGee, Molnar, 
Wagner, Ayes; Buzzas, Eggers, Hurdle, McCann, Tuss, Noes. 


Excused: Simon, Vick. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 79 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, page 1, line 17. 


Following: “DEATH” 
Insert: “AND DISABILITY” 


2. Page 3, line 1 and line 18. 
Page 11, line 4. 

Page 15, line 17. 

Page 19, line 1 and line 7. 
Page 20, line 8. 

Page 26, line 26. 

Page 31, line 16. 


Strike: “64” 
Insert: “65” 


3. Page 20, line 2 and line 4. 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 222 


Strike: “59” 
Insert: “60” 


4. Page 35, line 2. 

Page 37, line 3 and line 11. 
Page 38, line 10 and line 19. 
Page 39, line 1 and line 25. 
Page 40, line 4. 

Page 47, line 14. 

Page 48, line 12. 

Page 49, line 9, line 23, line 25, and line 27. 
Page 50, line 26 and line 27. 
Page 51, line 2. 

Page 52, line 1. 


Strike: “64” 

Insert: “65” 

5. Page 43, line 8. 

Strike: “4.49%” 

Insert: “4.06%” 

Following: “;” 

Strike: “and” 

6. Page 48, line 9. 

Following: “rate” 

Insert: “; and 

(c) 0.43% of compensation must be allocated to the board to pay for the 
disability benefits provided pursuant to [section 59]” 

7. Page 46, line 18. 

Strike: “59(3)” 

Insert: “60(3)” 

8. Page 46, line 24. 


Strike: “60” 
Insert: “61” 
9. Page 47. 


Following: line 14 


“NEW SECTION. Section 59. Disability benefits. (1) The board shall use 
the portion of the employer contribution allocated for disability benefits in 
[section 53(2)(c)] to contract for disability coverage for plan members. 


(2) The board shall inform plan members about the disability benefits 
provided. 


(3) The board shall periodically review the sufficiency of the contributions 
being allocated to fund disability benefits and shall make recommendations to 
the legislature as appropriate.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 

10. Page 48, line 3. 

Strike: “59” 

Insert: “60” 

11. Page 51, line 16 through line 17. 


223 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Strike: “61” on line 16 through ”75“ on line 17 
Insert: “62, 63, 66, 67, 70 through 73, 75, and 76” 


12. Page 51, line 18. 


Strike: “63, 64, 67, and 68” 
Insert: “64, 65, 68, and 69” 


13. Page 51, line 21. 


Strike: “60” 
Insert: “61” 

14. Page 51, line 22. 
Strike: “66” 
Insert: “67” 

15. Page 52, line 1. 
Strike: “62” 
Insert: “63” 

16. Page 52, line 2. 
Strike: “61” 
Insert: “62” 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, 
Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 40 | 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Dell, Tuss, Ayes; Curtiss, Fisher, Fuchs, McGee, 
Molnar, Simon, Vick, Wagner, Noes. 
Excused: Eggers, Ewer, Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann. 

Total 5 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 79 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79 do pass. 


HB 79 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Golie moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: . , 

1. Title, page 1, line 18. 

Strike: “AND A MEMBER LOAN FEATURE IN THE NEW PLAN” 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 224 


2. Page 3, line 1 and line 18. 
Page 11, line 4. 

Page 15, line 17. 

Page 19, line 1 and line 7. 
Page 20, line 8. 

Page 26, line 26. 

Page 31, line 16. 


Strike: “64” 
Insert: “65” 


3. Page 19, line 29 and line 30. 

Strike: “:” on line 29 through “(a)” on line 30 
4. Page 20, line 1 through line 4. 

Strike: “;” on line 1 through “facilitated” on line 4 
5. Page 35, line 2. 

Page 37, line 3 and line 11. 

Page 38, line 10 and line 19. 

Page 39, line 1 and line 25. 

Page 40, line 4. 

Page 47, line 14. 

Page 48, line 12. 

Page 49, line 9, line 28, line 25, and line 27. 
Page 50, line 26 and line 27. 

Page 51, line 2. 

Page 52, line 1. 


Strike: “64” 
Insert: “65” 

6. Page 40, line 29. 
Strike: “60(1)(b)” 
Insert: “59(1)(b)” 
7. Page 46, line 13. 


Strike: “Subject to [section 59(3)], any” 
Insert: “Any” 


8. Page 46, line 24. 


Strike: “60” 
Insert: “61” 
Strike: “and 60” 


9. Page 48, line 3. 

Strike: “, subject to [section 59],” 

10. Page 51, line 16 through line 17. 

Strike: “61” on line 16 through ”75“ on line 17 
Insert: “60, 61, 64, 65, 68 through 71, 73, and 74” 
11. Page 51, line 18. 

Strike: “63, 64, 67, and 68” 

Insert: “62, 63, 66, and 67” 


225 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


12. Page 51, line 21. 

Strike: “60” 

Insert: “59” 

13. Page 51, line 22. 

Strike: “66” 

Insert: “65” 

14. Page 52, line 1. 

Strike: “62” 

Insert: “61” 

15. Page 52, line 2. 

Strike: “61” 

Insert: “60” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 38 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Dell, Tuss, Ayes; Fuchs, Hibbard, Molnar, Simon, 
Vick, Wagner, Noes. 
Excused: Curtiss, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Hurdle, McCann, McGee. 

Total 7 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 79 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 23. 

Strike: “AN APPROPRIATION” 

Insert: “FOR GENERAL FUND LOANS” 

2. Page 39, line 7. 

Strike: “APPROPRIATIONS” 

Insert: “loans” 

3. Page 50, line 21. 

Strike: “Appropriation” 

Insert: “Loans” 

4. Page 50, line 22. 


HBMve 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 226 


Following: “plan,” 

Insert: “pursuant to 17-2-107,” 

Strike: “appropriated” 

Insert: “loaned” 

Following: “to the” 

Insert: “administrative account of the defined contribution plan 
established by the” 

5. Page 50, line 23. 

Following: “board” 

Insert: “pursuant to [section 46]” 


6. Page 51, line 4. 

Strike: “appropriation” 

Insert: “loans” 

7. Page 51, line 7 and line 8. 

Strike: “subsection 3 in its entirety” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, McCulloch, McKenney, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 69 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Hagener, Harrington, Holden, Johnson, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Ryan, Tropila. 

Total 25 
Voted Absentee: R. Clark, Aye; Lindeen, Matthews, Noes. 
Excused: Brown, Curtiss, Fuchs, Masolo, Tash. 

Total 5 
Absent or not voting: Peck. 

Total 1 


HB 79 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 79, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Title, page 1, line 17. 


Following: “DEATH” 
Insert: “AND DISABILITY” 


2. Page 3, line 1 and line 18. 
Page 11, line 4. 

Page 15, line ive 

Page 19, line 7 and line 13. 


227 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Page 20, line 14. 
Page 27, line 2. 
Page 31, line 22. 
Strike: “64” 
Insert: “65” 

3. Page 16, line 27. 


Following: “member” 
Insert: “of a defined benefit plan” 


4. Page 17, line 1. 

Strike: “This” through “apply” 
Insert: “The disability benefit paid” 
Following: “plan” 

Insert: “must be as provided pursuant to [section 59]” 
5. Page 20, line 8 and line 10. 
Strike: “59” 

Insert: “60” 

6. Page 35, line 8. 

Page 37, line 11 and line 19. 

Page 38, line 18 and line 27. 

Page 39, line 18. 

Page 40, line 7 and line 16. 

Page 47, line 26. 

Page 48, line 28. 

Page 49, line 25. 

Page 50, line 9, line 11, and line 13. 
Page 51, line 16, line 17, and line 22. 
Strike: “64” 

Insert: “65” 

7. Page 41, line 11. 

Strike: “60(1)(b)” 

Insert: “61(1)(b)” 

8. Page 43, line 20. 

Strike: “4.49%” 

Insert: “4.06%” 

Strike: “and” 

9. Page 43, line 21. 

Following: “rate” 

Insert: “; and 

(c) 0.43% to a fund established for the disability plan under [section 59]” 
10. Page 47, line 6. 

Strike: “60” 

Insert: “61” 

11. Page 47. 

Following: line 26 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 228 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 59. Disability benefits — rulemaking. 
(1) The board shall provide for a disability plan to cover vested members of the 
defined contribution plan. The plan, including the plan’s administrative 
expenses, must be funded from employer contributions allocated for the 
disability plan under [section 53]. 

(2) The board shall exercise the duties and may exercise the powers 
provided in 19-2-406(1) through (3) and 19-3-1015 in administering this 
section and shall adopt rules necessary to implement the provisions of this 
section. The board may contract for services to provide this benefit. 


(3) An application for a disability benefit under this section must be 
submitted to the board as provided in 19-3-1005, except that a member of the 
defined contribution plan may submit a disability application only as an active 
member or within 4 months after the member’s termination of service.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
12. Page 52, lines 6 and 7. 


Strike: “61” on line 6 through ”75“ on line 7 
Insert: “62, 63, 66, 67, 70 through 73, 75, and 76” 


13. Page 52, line 8. 


Strike: “63, 64, 67, and 68” 
Insert: “64, 65, 68, and 69” 


14. Page 52, line 11. 


Strike: “60” 
Insert: “61” 
15. Page 52, line 12. 
Strike: “66” 
Insert: “67” 


16. Page 52, line 22. 


Strike: “62, and 64” 
Insert: “63, and 65” 


17. Page 52, line 24. 


Strike: “61” 
Insert: “62” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 40 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, 
Davies, Ewer, Fisher, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 


Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Matthews, Ayes; R. Clark, Masolo, Noes. 


229 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Excused: Brown, Curtiss, Fuchs, Tash. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark. 

Total 1 

Motion that HB 79, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 57 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Wagener, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Voted Absentee: Brown, Curtiss, Fuchs, Masolo, Tash, Ayes; R. Clark, 
Lindeen, Matthews, Noes. 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 79 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brainard moved HB 79 do pass. 


HB 79 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Gillan, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Story, 
‘Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 71 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Clark, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, 
Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Ryan, Schmidt, Somerville, Squires, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 28 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Aye; Krenzler, No. 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 230 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Molnar. 
Total 1 


HB 79 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
S. Bartlett moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Page 50, line 4. 

Following: “costs” 

Insert: “and disability provisions” 

2. Page 50, line 9. 

Following: “examine” 

Insert: “: (a)” 

3. Page 50, line 10. 

Following: “retirees” 

Insert: “; and 

(b) options for providing disability benefits for public retirees” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, 
Jabs, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, Nelson, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Stang, Tester, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 


Total 31 


Nays: Beck, Crismore, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Grosfield, Harp, Holden, 
Keating, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Toews, 
Mr. President. 


Total 18 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 79 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
M. Taylor moved HB 79, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Page 48, line 14. 


Strike: “5” 
Insert: “4” 
Amendment failed as follows: 


Yeas: Cocchiarella, DePratu, Hargrove, Keenan, Mahlum, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 12 
Nays: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, 
Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, McCarthy, 
McNutt, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman, Wilson. 


231 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 79 


Total 37 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 79 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
M. Taylor moved HB 79, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried as 
follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 35 


Nays: Bartlett, Doherty, Eck, Franklin, Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Tester, Toews, Waterman. 
Total 14 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson. 
Total 1 


HB 79 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Beck moved HB 79, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 24. 

Following: “;” 

Insert: “EXPANDING CERTAIN RETIREMENT BENEFITS TO COVER 
LEGISLATORS TERMINATED FROM SERVICE BECAUSE OF TERM 
LIMITS;” 

2. Title, page 1, line 29. 

Following: “19-2-603,” 

Insert: “19-2-706,” 

3. Page 54. 

Following: line 17 

Insert: “Section 72. Section 19-2-706, MCA, is amended to read: 

“19-2-706. Additional service for member involuntarily terminated from 
membership service. (1) An employee of the state or university system is 
entitled to the involuntary termination provision provided in subsection (8) if: 

(a) the employee is a member of the public employees’, game wardens’ and 
peace officers’, sheriffs’, or highway patrol officers’ retirement system; 

(b) the employee’s active service is involuntarily terminated because of 
elimination of the employee’s position as a result of privatization, 
reorganization of an agency, closure of or a reduction in force at an agency, or 
other actions by the legislature or, in the case of a legislator, because of term 
limits terminating the service of the legislator in either one of the houses of 
the legislature en-er- after dt +, 1997, but before dt +4999; 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 232 


(c) the employee is eligible for a normal service retirement or early 
retirement under the applicable provisions of the retirement system to which 
the member belongs; and 


(d) the employee waives termination benefits for which the employee 
would otherwise be eligible under the State Employee Protection Act. 


(2) The cost of each year of service purchased under this section is the 
total actuarial cost of purchasing the service based on the most recent 
actuarial valuation of the retirement system. 


(3) The employer of an eligible member under subsection (1) shall pay a 
portion of the total cost of purchasing up to 3 years of additional service that 
the member was qualified to purchase under 19-3-513, 19-6-804, 19-7-804, or 
19-8-904. The employer-paid portion applied toward the service purchase must 
be calculated using the formula A x B x C when: 


(a) Ais equal to a maximum of 3 additional years of service that the 
member is eligible to purchase; 


(b) Bis equal to the sum of the employer and employee contribution rates 
in the member’s retirement system; and 


(c) C is equal to the member’s gross compensation paid during the 
immediate preceding 12 months of membership service. The employer may not 
be charged more than the total actuarial cost of the service purchased by the 
terminated employee. 


(4) The member shall pay the difference, if any, between the full actuarial 
cost of the service to be purchased and the amount contributed by the 
employer under subsection (3). A member is entitled to a refund for that 
portion of previously purchased additional service that would otherwise cause 
the member to be unqualified to receive all or part of the additional service 
provided in this section. A member may elect to purchase less than the full 
amount of service for which the member is eligible under this section, but the 
election may not reduce the amount of the employer’s contribution as 
calculated under subsection (3). 


(5) The board may allow an employer to pay the contributions required 
under subsection (3) in installments for up to 10 years and may charge 
interest at a rate set by the board pursuant to 19-2-403. 


(6) A member who has received additional service under this section and 
who returns to employment for the same jurisdiction for 600 or more hours in 
a calendar year forfeits the additional service. The employer’s contribution to 
purchase that member’s additional service, minus any retirement benefits 
already paid, must be refunded to the employer. As used in this subsection, 
the same jurisdiction means all agencies of the state, including the university 
system.”” | 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
4. Page 55, line 29. 


Strike: “73” 
Insert: “74” 
5. Page 55, line 30. 
Strike: “73” 
Insert; “74” 


6. Page 56, line 6. 
Strike: “78(2)” 


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Insert: “79(2)” 

7. Page 56, line 16. 

Strike: “74 through 77, 79, and 80” 

Insert: “72, 75 through 78, 80, and 81” 

8. Page 56, line 19. 

Strike: “73” 

Insert: “71, 73, and 74” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Franklin, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, 
McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Roush, Shea, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, 
Thomas, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 36 
Nays: Bartlett, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Holden, Keating, Miller, Nelson, 
Sprague, Taylor, Toews, Waterman, Wells. 

Total 13 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellingson. 

Total 1 


HB 79 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Roush, Sprague, 
Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 41 


Nays: Bartlett, Franklin, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Shea, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 


Total 9 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 79 (KEighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Brainard moved Senate amendments to HB 79 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 


HB 79 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 234 


Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 84 
Noes: J. Andersen, P. Clark, Davies, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Lawson, Ohs, 
Rehbein, Schmidt, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Vick, Wyatt. 
Total 14 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 79 (EKighty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Davies, Dell, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gillan, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 52 
Noes: Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, 
Molnar, Peck, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 46 : 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye; Curtiss, Juneau, Noes. 
Excused: Dale, Smith. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 80 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 80 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 


235 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 80 


Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 94 
Noes: Brainard, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Somerville, Wagner. 
Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 80 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Brainard, Lawson, Somerville, Wagner. 

Total 4 


Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, Krenzler, 
Rehbein, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes; Brainard, Wagner, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 80 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Beck moved HB 80 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 80 (Thirty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 


Nays: None. 


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Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Berry. 
Total 1 


HB 81 (Tenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Menahan moved HB 81 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 92 
Noes: Buzzas, Eggers, Ewer, Hurdle, Tuss, Wyatt. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dell. 

Total 1 


HB 81 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Hurdle, Tuss, Wyatt. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Totals 


Absent or not voting: None. 


Zed. SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 81 
Total 0 


HB 81 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Grimes moved HB 81 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 81 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Wells. 

Total 1 


HB 81 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Menahan moved Senate amendments to HB 81 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Aves: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 98 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 81 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


HB 82 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 238 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Wyatt. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Gutsche. 

Total 2 


HB 82 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Harper moved HB 82 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, Orr, Vick. 

Total 5 


Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Galvin-Halcro. 
Total 1 


HB 82 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


239 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 82 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Orr, Vick. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, McCann, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Eggers. 

Total 1 


HB 82 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Eck moved HB 82 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 82 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. | 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 82 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Harper moved Senate amendments to HB 82 be 
concurred in. 

Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 


HB 82 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 240 


Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: McGee, Orr. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Brown, Hanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 82 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended by the 
Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: McGee, Orr, Vick. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Hanson, Stovall, Williams, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Harrington. 

Total 1 


HB 85 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Simon moved HB 85 do pass. 


HB 85 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hibbard moved HB 83, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, page 1, line 5. 
Strike: “USE OF CERTAIN DRUGS AND FOR THE” 


241 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 85 


2. Page 1, line 27. 

Following: “tepieat” 

Insert: “topical” 

Amendment failed as follows: X 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kasten, Krenzler, 
Mangan, Matthews, McGee, Pavlovich, Peck, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 41 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin. 

Total 58 
_ Excused: Fisher. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 85 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici,.Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, R. Clark, Facey, 
Guggenheim, Hanson, Matthews, Peck, Ryan, Sliter, Squires, Stovall, Wyatt, 
Zook. 

Total 17 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Swanson. 

Otel. 


HB 85 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 


HB 85 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 242 


Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, R. Clark, Eggers, 
Facey, Guggenheim, Hanson, Matthews, Ryan, Sliter, Squires, Stovall, Tuss, 
Wyatt. 

Total 17 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs. 

Total 1 


HB 85 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Bohlinger moved HB 85, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, line 5. 

Following: ed 

Insert: ‘ ‘PROVIDING RULEMAKING AUTHORITY FOR THE 
ADMINISTRATION, DISPENSATION, AND PRESCRIPTION OF DRUGS 
TAKEN ORALLY OR BY INJECTION;” 

2. Title, line 6. 

Strike: “SECTION” 

Insert: “SECTIONS” 

Following: “37-10-1001” 

Insert: “AND 37-10-1038” 

3. Page 1, line 27. 

Strike: “by the board” 

Insert: “as provided in 37-10-103” 

4, Page 2, line 8. 

Insert: “Section 2. Section 37-10-103, MCA, is amended to read: 

“37-10-1038. Use of drugs not prohibited by pharmacy law — rulemaking. 
The use of drugs by a licensed See cee as stated in 37-10-101 is not 


prohibited by Title 37, chapter 7. The board and the board of medical 
eSuM Des acting jointly. shall oe OL el the drugs aa may be 





Rnenaene falede as ae 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, DePratu, Doherty, Halligan, 
Harp, Keenan, Stang, Wilson. 

Total 11 


Nays: Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, 
Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Hertel, 


243 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 85 


Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 38 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Taylor. 

Total 1 


HB 85 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Christiaens moved HB 85, be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, Doherty, Ekegren, 
Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, 
Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 38 


Nays: Beck, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Harp, Keenan, 
Mohl, Shea, Waterman. 


Total 11 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Taylor. 
Total 1 


HB 85 (Thirty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, Devlin, Doherty, 
Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, 
McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, 
Tester, Thomas, Toews, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 40 
Nays: Beck, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, DePratu, Eck, Keenan, Mohl, Shea, 
Waterman. 

Total 9 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: McCarthy. 

Total 1 


HB 88 (Eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Peck moved HB 88 do pass. Motion failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 


HB 89 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 244 


Menahan, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Smith, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 47 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Tash, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 


Total 53 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 89 (Twenty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Guggenheim moved HB 89 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
. Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. , 

Total 97 
Noes: Kasten. 

Total 1 
Excused: None.. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bookout-Reinicke, Soft. 

Total 2 


HB 89 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 


245 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 89 


Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Ahner, Eggers, Holden, Johnson, Pavlovich, Story, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnett, Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 2 


HB 89 (Forty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator F. 
Thomas moved HB 89 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 46 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Doherty, Harp, Swysgood, Toews. 
Total 4 


HB 89 (Forty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Harp, Mesaros. 

Total 2 


HB 90 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hagener moved HB 90 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 


HB 90 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 246 


Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Orr, Story, Taylor. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 90 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Molnar, Orr, Story, Taylor. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Lindeen. 

Total 1 


HB 90 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Toews moved HB 90 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 90 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


247 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 90 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 48 

Nays: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 
Total 2 


HB 90 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Hagener moved Senate amendments to HB 90 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 92 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, McGee, Orr. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Mangan, Story. 

Total 3 


HB 90 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 


HB 90 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 248 


Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 90 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Brainard, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Story, Taylor. 
Total 9 
Excused: Ohs. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 90 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Governor’s Amendments - Representative Hagener moved Governor’s 
amendments to HB 90 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 88 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Jore, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Somerville, Story, 
Vick. 
Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 . 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Schmidt, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 3 


HB 90 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Governor’s Amendments - Senator D. Toews moved Governor’s amendments 
to HB 90 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 90 (Highty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as 
amended by the Governor, passed as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 


249 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 90 


Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. | 
Total 86 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, 
Rehbein, Somerville, Story. 
Total 11 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Molnar, Pavlovich. 
Total 3 


HB 90 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Governor, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Grosfield. 

Total 1 


HB 91 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Pavlovich moved for cloture. Motion carried. 

Motion that HB 91 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 51 


Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Williams, Witt, Wyatt. 
Total 49 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Noes. 


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Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 91 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Simon moved HB 91 do pass. 


HB 91 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, Masolo, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 57 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 43 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 91 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator W. 
Glaser moved HB 91 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Berry, Bohlinger, Cole, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, Thomas, Wells, Mr. President. 
Total 25 
Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Crismore, Doherty, Eck, 
Ellingson, Franklin, Jergeson, Lynch, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Wilson. 
Total 16 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Beck, Halligan, Holden, McCarthy, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 
Total 9 


HB 91 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


251 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 91 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jabs, Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Roush, 
Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Mr. President. 

Total 32 


Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Christiaens, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, McCarthy, Nelson, Shea, Stang, Tester, Waterman, 
Wilson. 


Total 17 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Toews. 
Total 1 


HB 91 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Simon moved Senate amendments to HB 91 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: Adams, Buzzas, Erickson, Gallus, Hurdle, Jore, Mangan, McGee, Orr, 
Wagner. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Schmidt, Story. 
Total 2 


HB 91 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Eggers, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 92 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 252 


Total 63 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Peck, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 35 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Dale. 

Total 2 


HB 92 (Twenty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Somerville moved HB 92 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, KE. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 82 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Davies, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Wyatt. 

Total 18 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 92 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Somerville moved HB 92 do pass. 


HB 92 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Somerville moved HB 92, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page 1, line 17. 
Following: “appropriation” 


Insert: “— rate of interest” 
Following: “.” 
Inserts G4 


2. Page 1, line 25. 
Following: line 24 


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Insert: “(2) The interest to be paid on the loan authorized under 
subsection (1) must be the highest rate allowable for interest recoverable 
under 42 U.S.C. 9607(a) based on rates specified for interest on investments of 
the hazardous substance superfund established under 26 U.S.C. 9507. The 
interest is payable as of the date of the transfer of the loan proceeds from the 
coal severance tax permanent fund.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 12 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, Ayes. 

Excused: Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, Fuchs, Tash. 

Total 5 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Gutsche, Molnar. 

Total 3 

Motion that HB 92, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Golie, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 14 
Voted Absentee: Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, Fuchs, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
Tash, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


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HB 92 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 77 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, 
Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Hagener, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Schmidt, 
Sliter, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total a2) 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Rose. 

Total 2 


HB 92 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate}, requiring 
3/4 vote of each house - Senator D. Mahlum moved HB 92 be concurred in. 
Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 92 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, requiring 
3/4 of each house, received the following vote: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


255 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 93 


Total 49 
Nays: Waterman. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 93 (Tenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Pavlovich moved HB 93 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dell, Eggers. 

Total 2 


HB 93 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Jore, Kasten, Rehbein. 

Total 5 


Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 


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Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 93. (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Lynch moved HB 93 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 93 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 94 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Cobb moved HB 94 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 92 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, McGee, Orr, Vick. 
Total 7 


Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Brainard, Curtiss, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, 
Krenzler, Rehbein, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


257 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 94 


HB 94 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. | 

Total 88 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Vick. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, McCann, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark, Somerville. 
Total 2 


HB 94 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Halligan moved HB 94 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 94 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
~ Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 ) 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 95 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Story moved HB 95 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 


HB 95 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 258 


Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Brainard, Curtiss, Wagner. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Pavlovich. 

_ Total 1 


HB 95 (RKighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
KE. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Curtiss, Wagner. 

Total 2 | 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes; Curtiss, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Witt. 

Total 1 


HB 95 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator L. 
Grosfield moved HB 95 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 95 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 


259 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 95 


Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 48 

Nays: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 
Total 2 


HB 95 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House}, HB 130 
- Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 95 and HB 130 be placed 
at the bottom of the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 95 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: Smith. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 

Total 1 


HB 96 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved HB 96 do pass. 


HB 96 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Raney moved HB 96, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page 1, line 11. 

Strike: “(1)” 

2. Page 1, line 16 through line 18. 
Strike: subsection (2) in its entirety 


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Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCann, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, 
Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 47 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Voted Absentee: Galvin-Halcro, Aye; Brainard, No. 
Excused: Bitney, Erickson, Hanson, Rose. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 96 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Harper moved HB 96, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 1. 


Following: line 18 

Insert: “(3) Agreements negotiated pursuant to subsection (1) must allow 
for public access to state land.” 

Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Molnar, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, 
Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 46 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Jore, Kasten, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

‘Lotaleas 
Voted Absentee: Galvin-Halcro, Aye; Bitney, Brainard, Hanson, Rose, Noes. 
Excused: Erickson. 

Total 1 


Absent or not voting: None. 


261 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 96 


Total 0 

Motion that HB 96 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 59 


Noes: Barnhart, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 40 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Brainard, Hanson, Rose, Ayes; Erickson, 
Galvin-Halcro, Noes. 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Harrington. 
Total 1 


HB 96 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

s, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 65 
Noes: Barnhart, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Peck, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 33 
Voted Absentee: Ryan, No. 

Excused: None. 

Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Molnar, Simon. 


Total 2 


HB 96 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating moved HB 96 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 96 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 262 


HB 96 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 42 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


Excused: Beck, Halligan, Holden, McCarthy, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 


Total 8 


HB 98 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Simon moved HB 98 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Squires, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 62 
Noes: Adams, Barnett, Barnhart, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, 
P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Holden, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, McCann, Molnar, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Smith, Somerville, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Vick, Witt. ; 

Total 38 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 98 (Twenty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Squires, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


263 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 98 


Total 66 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Holden, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, McCann, 
Molnar, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Smith, Somerville, Stovall, Swanson, 
Vick, Witt. 

Total 34 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 98 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Keating moved HB 98 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, 
Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Mohl, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Waterman, Mr. President. 


Total 36 


Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Christiaens, Doherty, Franklin, Halligan, Miller, 
Nelson, Stang, Toews, Wells. 


Total 11 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Jabs, McCarthy, Wilson. 
Total 3 


HB 98 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, 
Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, 
Mohl, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wilson, 
Mr. President. 

Total 36 
Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Christiaens, Doherty, Franklin, Halligan, Mesaros, 
Miller, Nelson, Stang, Taylor, Toews, Wells. 

Total 13 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Mahlum. 

Total 1 


HB 98 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Simon moved Senate amendments to HB 98 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


HB 98 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 264 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 


Noes: Buzzas, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Harper, Johnson, Jore, Lindeen, Orr, 
Raney, Wyatt. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Story, Swanson. 
Total 2 


HB 98 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, 
Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Raney, Ryan, Shockley, 
Simon, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 69 


Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, Curtiss, 
Davies, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, McCann, Molnar, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, 
Rose, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Story, Vick, Wyatt. 

Total 30 
Excused: Ohs. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0° 


HB 99 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hagener moved HB 99 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 


265 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 99 


Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Adams, Brainard, Jore, Rehbein, Wagner. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: McCann, Aye. 
Excused: Curtiss. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 99 (Fourteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 89 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Jore, Molnar, Rehbein, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Tuss, Aye; Curtiss, No. 
Excused: Mr. Speaker. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Mood. 

Total 1 


HB 99 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator P. 
Ekegren moved HB 99 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 99 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 


HB 99 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 266 


Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 50 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 99 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Hagener moved Senate amendments to HB 99 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Grinde, Guggenheim, Mood, Ohs. 

Total 4 


HB 99 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


267 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 100 


Total 91 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Davies, Jore, Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 8 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 
Total 1 


HB 100 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Simon moved HB 100 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 85 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Fuchs, Jore, McGee, Molnar, 
Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 
Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Masolo, Sliter. 
Total 2 


HB 100 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 


HB 100 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 268 


Total 12 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 100 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator B. ~ 
McCarthy moved HB 100 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 42 
Nays: Devlin, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Swysgood, Taylor. 
Total 6 
Absent or not voting: Bartlett. 
Total 1 
Excused: Beck. 
Total 1 


HB 100 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 42 | 
Nays: Beck, Devlin, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Swysgood, Taylor. 
Total 7 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 
Total 1 


HB 100 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 100 be placed at the bottom 
of the second reading board for the purpose of amendment. Motion carried. 


HB 100 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Senate Amendments - Representative Sliter moved Senate amendments to HB 
100 be not concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 


269 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 100 


Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 91 
Noes: Buzzas, Cobb, McGee, Orr, Peck. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Squires, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 100 (Eighty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator D. Berry moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 100 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 100 (Ejighty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 

Total 44 
Nays: Devlin, Keenan, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Swysgood. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 100 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Simon moved the Free 
Conference Committee report to HB 100 be adopted. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 


HB 100 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 270 


Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 97 
Noes: McGee. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 2 


HB 100 (Kighty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Free 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 


Noes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, Jore, McGee, Molnar, 
Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Mood, Orr. 
Total 2 


HB 101 (Eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Bookout-Reinicke moved HB 101 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 


271 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 101 


Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Harper, Jore, Orr, Rehbein. 

Total 7 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 101 (Ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, 
Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, Jore, Orr, Rehbein. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Menahan, Vick, Ayes. 
Excused: Harper, Swanson. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 101 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Berry moved HB 101 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 101 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 


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Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 103 (Twenty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Peck moved HB 1038 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 


Total 66 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Ahderson E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, 
Brown, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, Masolo, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Sliter, Story, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 31 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 . 
Absent or not voting: Fisher, Fuchs, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 3 


HB 103 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin- Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 63 


Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, 
Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Sliter, Story, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Witt. 

Total 37 


Voted Absentee: Ahner, Eggers, Holden, Pavlovich, Ayes; Johnson, Story, 
Noes. 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


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Total 0 


HB 104 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hagener moved HB 104 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 81 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, 
Haines, Holden, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Taylor, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Harrington, Aye; Molnar, No. 
Excused: Dale. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 104 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Grinde, 
Holden, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Story, Taylor, 
Vick, Wagner. 

Total 19 
Voted Absentee: Dale, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Tuss. 

Total 2 


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HB 106 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCulloch moved HB 106 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 83 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Davies, Fuchs, Gillan, Hanson, Holden, 
Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Taylor, Vick. 

Total 15 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; Fuchs, Gillan, McGee, Molnar, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: Curtiss, Simon. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 106 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 78 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Hanson, Holden, Jore, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Taylor, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Aye. 
Excused: Krenzler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Erickson, Kitzenberg, Molnar. 

Total 3 


HB 106 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
J. Tester moved HB 106 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


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HB 106 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 42 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


Excused: Beck, Halligan, Holden, McCarthy, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 


Total 8 


HB 107 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McCulloch moved HB 107 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tash, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 64 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hanson, Holden, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, 
Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 36 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 107 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, 


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Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 73 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, 
Curtiss, Davies, Grinde, Hanson, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Story, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, Witt, 
Younkin. 

Total 26 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb. 

Total 1 


HB 107 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Mahlum moved HB 107 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Devlin assumed the chair. 


HB 107 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Mahlum. 

Total 1 


HB 107 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McCulloch moved Senate amendments to HB 
107 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 87 


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Noes: Adams, Brown, Davies, Jackson, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Vick. 
Total 9 

Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Fisher, Tuss, Zook. 
Total 4 


HB 107 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as 
amended by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 75 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, Curtiss, Dale, 


Davies, Fuchs, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Story, Taylor, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 24 

Excused: Ohs. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 108 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Raney moved HB 108, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Title, page 1, line 13. 

Following: “OWNERS,” 

Insert: “PRIMARY” 

2. Title, page 1, line 14. 

Following: “RESIDENTIAL” 

Insert: “DWELLINGS, SECONDARY RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS,” 

3. Title, page 1, line 16. 

Following: “;” 

Insert: “PROVIDING DEFINITIONS FOR ”PRIMARY RESIDENTIAL 
DWELLING”, “SECONDARY RESIDENTIAL DWELLING”, AND 
“COMMERCIAL BUILDING”;” 

4. Title, page 1, line 20. 

Following: “SECTIONS” 

Insert: “15-1-101,” 


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5. Title, page 1, line 21. 

Following: “15-8-111,” 

Insert: “15-8-201” 

6. Page 2. 

Following: line 2 

Insert: “Section 1. Section 15-1-101, MCA, is amended to read: 

“15-1-101. Definitions. (1) Except as otherwise specifically provided, when 
terms mentioned in this section are used in connection with taxation, they are 
defined in the following manner: 

(a) The term “agricultural” refers to: 

(i) the production of food, feed, and fiber commodities, livestock and 
poultry, bees, fruits and vegetables, and sod, ornamental, nursery, and 
horticultural crops that are raised, grown, or produced for commercial 
purposes; and 

(ii) the raising of domestic animals and wildlife in domestication or a 
captive environment. 

(b) The term “assessed value” means the value of property as defined in 
15-8-111. 

(c) The term “average wholesale value” means the value to a dealer prior 
to reconditioning and the profit margin shown in national appraisal guides 
and manuals or the valuation schedules of the department. 

(d) Gi) The term “commercial”, when used to describe property, means 
property used or owned by a business, a trade, or a corporation as defined in 
35-2-114 or used for the production of income, except property described in 
subsection (1)(d)(ii). 

(ii) The following types of property are not commercial: 

(A) agricultural lands; 

(B) timberlands and forest lands; 

(C) single-family residences and ancillary improvements and 
improvements necessary to the function of a bona fide farm, ranch, or stock 
operation; 

(D) mobile homes and manufactured homes used exclusively as a 
residence except when held by a distributor or dealer as stock in trade; 

(EK) all property described in 15-6-135; and 

(F) all property described in 15-6-136. 

(e) The term “commercial building” means a building used for a bona fide 
commercial purpose. 

(f) The term “comparable property” means property that: 

(i) has similar use, function, and utility; 

(ii) is influenced by the same set of economic trends and physical, 
governmental, and social factors; and 

(iii) has the potential of a similar highest and best use. 

f(g) The term “credit” means solvent debts, secured or unsecured, owing 
to a person. 


teh) (i) “Department”, except as provided in subsection (1)(g)(ii), means 
the department of revenue provided for in 2-15-1301. 


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(ii) In chapters 70 and 71, department means the department of 
transportation provided for in 2-15-2501. 


thi) The terms “gas” and “natural gas” are synonymous and mean gas as 
defined in 82-1-111(2). The terms include all natural gases and all other fluid 
hydrocarbons, including methane gas or any other natural gas found in any 
coal formation. 


H(i) The term “improvements” includes all buildings, structures, fences, 
and improvements situated upon, erected upon, or affixed to land. When the 
department determines that the permanency of location of a mobile home, 
manufactured home, or housetrailer has been established, the mobile home, 
manufactured home, or housetrailer is presumed to be an improvement to real 
property. A mobile home, manufactured home, or housetrailer may be 
determined to be permanently located only when it is attached to a foundation 
that cannot feasibly be relocated and only when the wheels are removed. 


p(k) The term “leasehold improvements” means improvements to mobile 
homes and mobile homes located on land owned by another person. This 
property is assessed under the appropriate classification, and the taxes are due 
and payable in two payments as provided in 15-24-202. Delinquent taxes on 
leasehold improvements are a lien only on the leasehold improvements. 


(1) The term “livestock” means cattle, sheep, swine, goats, horses, 
mules, asses, llamas, alpacas, bison, ostriches, rheas, emus, and domestic 
ungulates. 


4)(m) The term “manufactured home” means a residential dwelling built 
in a factory in accordance with the United States department of housing and 
urban development code and the federal Manufactured Home Construction 
and Safety Standards. A manufactured home does not include a mobile home, 
as defined in 61-1-501 and in subsection 44) (1)(n) of this section, a 
housetrailer, as defined in 61-1-501, or a mobile home or housetrailer 
constructed before the federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety 
Standards went into effect on June 15, 1976. 


fax(n) The term “mobile home” means forms of housing known as 
“trailers”, “housetrailers”, or “trailer coaches” exceeding 8 feet in width or 45 
feet in length, designed to be moved from one place to another by an 
independent power connected to them, or any trailer, housetrailer, or trailer 
coach up to 8 feet in width or 45 feet in length used as a principal residence. 

4(0) The term “personal property” includes everything that is the 
subject of ownership but that is not included within the meaning of the terms 
“real estate” and “improvements”. 

fei(p) The term “poultry” includes all chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks, and 
other birds pa in Rae aoy to produce pod or feathers. 

{p> i idential ling’ 
Des including: a single family Poser ce, a moulifamily dwelling ade 


seeaveticnrs range is used as a awvellint for hice Paraton and that is 
occupied by the owner for at least 7 months of the calendar year, or is occupied 
by a renter for at least 6 months of the calendar year. 

(r) The term “property” includes money, credits, bonds, stocks, franchises, 
and all other matters and things, real, personal, and mixed, capable of private 
ownership. This definition may not be construed to authorize the taxation of 





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the stocks of a company or corporation when the property of the company or 
corporation represented by the stocks is within the state and has been taxed. 


¢e(s) The term “real estate” includes: 


(i) the possession of, claim to, ownership of, or right to the possession of 
land; 


(ii) all mines, minerals, and quarries in and under the land subject to the 
provisions of 15-23-501 and Title 15, chapter 23, part 8; 


(iii) all timber belonging to individuals or corporations growing or being on 
the lands of the United States; and 

(iv) all rights and privileges appertaining to mines, minerals, quarries, and 
timber. 

f(t) “Recreational” means hunting, fishing, swimming, boating, 
waterskiing, camping, biking, hiking, and winter sports, including but not 
limited to skiing, skating, and snowmobiling. 

4s}(u) “Research and development firm” means an entity incorporated 
under the laws of this state or a foreign corporation authorized to do business 
in this state whose principal purpose is to engage in theoretical analysis, 
exploration, and experimentation and the extension of investigative findings 
and theories of a scientific and technical nature into practical application for 
experimental and demonstration purposes, including the experimental 
production and testing of models, devices, equipment, materials, and processes. 


(v) The term “secondary residential dwelling” means a dwelling occupied 
by the owner for less than 7 months of the calendar year and that is not rented 
for more than 5 months in a calendar year. 

4}(w) The term “stock in trade” means any mobile home, manufactured 
home, or housetrailer that is listed by the dealer as inventory and that is 
offered for sale, is unoccupied, and is not located on a permanent foundation. 
Inventory does not have to be located at the business location of a dealer or a 
distributor. 

4}(x) The term “taxable value” means the percentage of market or 
assessed value as provided for in Title 15, chapter 6, part 1. 

(2) The phrase “municipal corporation” or “municipality” or “taxing unit” 
includes a county, city, incorporated town, township, school district, irrigation 
district, or drainage district or a person, persons, or organized body authorized 
by law to establish tax levies for the purpose of raising public revenue. 

(3) The term “state board” or “board” when used without other 
qualification means the state tax appeal board.”” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
7. Page 2, lines 27 and 28. 


Strike: “SINGLE-FAMILY” on line 27 through the second “HOMES” on 
line 28 


Insert: “primary residential dwellings” 
8. Page 2, line 28 through line 29. 
Strike: “SINGLE-FAMILY” on line 28 through the first 


“IMPROVEMENTS” on line 29 
Insert: “primary residential dwellings” 


9. Page 2, line 30. 
Strike: “INCLUDING RENTAL MULTIFAMILY DWELLING UNITS” 


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Insert: “secondary residential dwellings” 

10. Page 12. 

Following: line 1 

Insert: “Section 6. Section 15-8-201, MCA, is amended to read: 

“15-8-201. General assessment day. (1) The department shall, between 
January 1 and the second Monday of July in each year, ascertain the names of 
all taxable inhabitants and assess all property subject to taxation in each 
county. 

(2) The department shall assess property to: 

(a) the person by whom it was owned or claimed or in whose possession or 
control it was at midnight of the preceding January 1; or 

(b) except in the case of land splits, the new owner if the provisions of 
15-7-304 have been met and the transfer certificate has been received and 
processed prior to determining the taxes that are due as provided in 
15-10-305(2). 

(3) The department shall also ascertain and assess all mobile homes 
arriving in the county after midnight of the preceding January 1. 

(4) A mistake in the name of the owner or supposed owner of real property 
does not invalidate the assessment. 

(5) The procedure provided by this section does not apply to: 

(a) motor vehicles; 

(b) motor homes, travel trailers, and campers; 

(c) watercraft; 

(d) livestock; 

(e) property defined in 61-1-104 as special mobile equipment that is 
subject to assessment for personal property taxes on the date that application 
is made for a special mobile equipment plate; 

(f) mobile homes and manufactured homes held by a distributor or dealer 
as stock in trade; and 

(g) property subject to the provisions of 15-16-2083. 

(6) Credits must be assessed as provided in 15-1-101446.”” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

11. Page 19, line 25. 


Strike: “5” 

Insert: “7” 

12. Page 19, line 26. 
Strike: “9(2)” 


Insert: “11(2)” 
13. Page 20, line 1. 


Strike: “6” 
Insert: “8” 
14. Page 20, line 6. 
Strike: “5” 
Insert: “7” 


15. Page 20, line 9. 
Strike: “6” 


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Insert: “8” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, 
Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, 
Menahan, Molnar, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Shockley, Squires, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams. 

Total 38 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, 
Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 61 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Wyatt. 


Total 1 


HB 108 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Harper moved HB 108, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 2, line 27. 

Following: “RESIDENCES” 

Insert: “, rental multifamily dwelling units,” 

2. Page 2, line 28. 

Following: “RESIDENCES” 

Insert: “, rental multifamily dwelling units,” 


3. Page 2, line 30. 
Strike: “, INCLUDING RENTAL MULTIFAMILY DWELLING UNITS,” 
Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson; Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 


Noes: Haines, Jackson, Orr. 


283 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 108 


Total 3 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 108, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 84 


Noes: Adams, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Davies, Jore, Kasten, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Vick, Zook. 


Total 16 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 108 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Swanson moved HB 108 do pass. 


HB 108 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Erickson moved HB 108, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Page 3, line 5. 


Strike: “3.575%” 
Insert: “3.5%” 


2. Page 3, line 28. 


Strike: “3.575%” 
Insert: “3.5%” 
3. Page 3, line 29. 


Strike: “40%” 
Insert: “35%” 


Strike: “$300,000” 
Insert: “$200,000” 


4. Page 3, line 30. 


Strike: “$300,000” 
Insert: “$200,000” 


5. Page 4, line 1. 


HB 108 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 284 


Strike: “3.575%” 
Insert; “3.5%” 

6. Page 11, line 20. 
Strike: “40%” 
Insert: “35%” 
Strike: “$300,000” 
Insert: “$200,000” 
7. Page 11, line 21. 


Strike: “$300,000” 
Insert: “$200,000” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 
Total 60 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, KE. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hibbard, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Simon, Sliter, 
Somerville, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 40 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 





HB 108 (Forty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 83 


Noes: Adams, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, 
Davies, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Vick. 


Total 15 
Voted Absentee: Wagner, Aye; Kasten, No. 


285 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 109 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Hibbard, Ohs. 
Total 2 


HB 109 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mercer moved HB 109 do pass. 


HB 109 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 109, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Title, page 1, line 12. 

Following: “SYSTEM;” 

Insert: “INCREASING THE MACHINE GROSS INCOME TAX;” 

2. Page 5, line 14. 

Page 7, line 15. 

Strike: “15%” 

Insert: “18%” 

3. Page 9, line 15 through line 17. 

Strike: subsection (d) in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, 
Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, McCann, Peck, Soft, Swanson, Thomas. 

Total 23 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 74 
Excused: Hanson, Simon. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Ahner. 

Total 1 


HB 109 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mercer moved HB 109, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 14. 
Strike: “PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION;” 
2. Page 10, line 17 through line 21. 


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Strike: section 8 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 
3. Page 10, line 27. 

Following: “7” 

Strike: “through 9, and 11” 
Insert: “, 8, and 10” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Hagener, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Ryan, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 66 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, Brown, Buzzas, Davies, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Galvin-Halcro, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, 
Harper, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Krenzler, Lenhart, Molnar, Noennig, Peck, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Soft, Story, Trexler, Vick, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 32 
Excused: Hanson, Simon. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 109 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative P. Bergsagel moved HB 109, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 9, line 15 through line 17. 


Strike: subsection (d) in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent subsections 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, McCann, McGee, 
Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Raney, Schmidt, Soft, Swanson, Thomas, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters. 

Total 47 


Noes: S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Hagener, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 51 


287 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 109 


Excused: Hanson, Simon. 
Total 2 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 109 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mercer moved HB 109, as amended, do pass. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Erickson, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 76 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, 
Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Harper, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Soft, Swanson, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 24 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Simon, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 109 (Thirteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 75 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, 
Davies, Ewer, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Soft, Swanson, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 24 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, McCann, Noes. 
Excused: None. 


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Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Gallus. 
Total 1 


HB 109 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator D. Grimes moved HB 109, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Page 9, line 23 through line 25. 

Strike: subsection (d) in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Yeas: Bishop, Bohlinger, Grimes, Holden, Miller, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, 
Mr. President. 

Total 9 
Nays: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, Devlin, Doherty, 
Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, 
McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, 
Tester, Toews, Wilson. 


Total 37 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Cocchiarella, DePratu, Stang, Taylor. 
Total 4 


HB 109 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator K. Miller moved HB 109, second reading copy, be further amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 13 through line 14. 

Following: line 12 

Strike: line 13 through “SYSTEM;” on line 14 

2. Page 5, line 22 through page 6, line 6. 

Strike: subsection (2) through subsection (3) in their entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

3. Page 6, line 26. 


Strike: “(7)” 
Insert: “(5)” 

4. Page 6, line 27. 
Strike: “(5)” 
Insert: “(3)” 

5. Page 7, line 5. 
Strike: “(6)” 
Insert: “(3)” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Yeas: Bohlinger, Grimes, Holden, Miller, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Mr. 
President. 


Total 8 


289 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 109 


Nays: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, 
Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Wilson. 

Total 41 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cocchiarella. 

Total 1 


HB 109 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator M. Halligan moved HB 109, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Titie, line 9 through line 11. 


Following: “MACHINE;” on line 9 
Strike: remainder of line 9 through “TREATMENT;” on line 11 


2. Page 6, line 27. 
Following: “ef” 

Insert: “one-third of” 

3. Page 6, line 27. 
Strike: “AS FOLLOWS:” 
4. Page 6, line 28. 


Strike: “(A) 32.8%” 

Following: “fund-” 

Insert: “.” 

5. Page 6, line 30 through page 7, line 2. 

Following: “(5)” on page 6, line 30 

Strike: “;” on page 6, line 30 through “(C) 66.7%” on page 7, line 2 

Insert: “(b) The department shall, in accordance with the provisions of 
15-1-501, forward the remaining two-thirds of the tax collected under 
subsection (5)” 


6. Page 8, line 11. 


Following: line 10 

Insert: “(2) (a) A licensed machine owner is entitled to a tax credit for 
each video gambling machine for which a permit has been issued under this 
part if: 

(i) the permit was active for the video gambling machine on December 31, 
2000; | 

(ii) the department determines that the video gambling machine is 
incapable, in the form in which it was approved by the department, of 
communicating with the automated accounting and reporting system 
authorized by [section 1]; and 


(iii) the licensed machine owner participates in the automated accounting 
and reporting system and incurs actual hardware or software costs prior to 
December 31, 2003, for conversion of the video gambling machine to make it 
compatible with the automated system. 





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(b) The amount of the tax credit allowed under subsection (2)(a) is $250 
for each video gambling machine or the actual hardware and software cost 
necessary for conversion of the video gambling machine to the automated 
accounting and reporting system, whichever is less. 

(3) Ifa tax credit is claimed under subsection (2)(a), the credit is deducted 
from the tax due for the quarter or quarters that begin after the video 
gambling machine for which the tax credit is claimed is connected to the 
automated accounting and reporting system authorized by [section 1].” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

7. Page 9, line 1 through line 2. 

Following: “ef” on line 1 

Insert: “one-third of” 

Following: “(5)” on line 1 

Strike: “(3) AS FOLLOWS:” on line 1 through “(A) 32.8%” on line 2 

Insert: “(5)” 

Following: “fund-” 

Insert: “.” 

8. Page 9, line 4 through line 6. 

Following: “(5)” on line 4 

Strike: remainder of line 4 through “(C) 66.7%” on line 6 

Insert: “(b) The department shall, in accordance with the provisions of 


15-1-501, forward the remaining two-thirds of the tax collected under 
subsection (5)” 


9. Page 9, line 9. 

Strike: “(3)” 

Insert: “(5)” 

10. Page 10, line 25 through line 30. 

Strike: section 8 in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

11. Page 11, line 12 through line 22. 

Strike: section 10 through section 11 in their entirety 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

12. Page 11, line 25. 

Strike: “9 THROUGH 11, AND 13” 

Insert: “8, and 10” 

13. Page 11, line 26. 

Strike: “AND 8” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Halligan, Harp, 
Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 


Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, 
Wells, Wilson. 


Total 37 


Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Holden, Keating, Miller, 
Stang, Taylor, Toews, Mr. President. 


Total 12 





291 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 109 


Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Cocchiarella. 
Total 1 


HB 109 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator M. Halligan moved HB 109, as amended, be concurred in. Motion 
carried as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, Devlin, 
Doherty, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, 
Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 

Total 40 
Nays: Bishop, Eck, Holden, Miller, Toews, Mr. President. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Cocchiarella, DePratu, Stang, Taylor. 

Total 4 


HB 109 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 


Total 47 
Nays: Bishop, Miller, Mr. President. 
Total 3 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 110 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 110 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 


HB 110 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 292 


Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Vick. 

Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann, 
Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; Curtiss, McGee, Molnar, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 110 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 84 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Davies, Grinde, Jore, Kasten, 
McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 13 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Aye. 
Excused: Krenzler. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: E. Clark, Molnar. 
Total 2 


HB 110 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Keating moved HB 110 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 


Absent or not voting: None. 


293 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 110 


Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 110 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 111 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Guggenheim moved HB 111 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Vick. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; Vick, No. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 111 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 


HB 111 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 294 


Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Vick. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Aye. 
Excused: Krenzler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Molnar. 

Total 2 


HB 111 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Grimes moved HB 111 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Crippen moved that House Amendments to Senate Bills on the 
second reading board this day be placed below HJR 7 on the second reading 
board. Motion carried. 


Senator Grosfield excused at this time. 


HB 111 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Devlin, Swysgood, Toews. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Wells. 

Total 1 


HB 111 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Senate Amendments - Representative Guggenheim moved Senate 
amendments to HB 111 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 


295 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 111 


Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 
Noes: Adams, P. Clark, Curtiss, Ewer, Facey, Lindeen, Mangan, Orr, Rehbein, 
Smith, Tuss. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Mood, Ohs. 

Total 3 


HB 111 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 90 
Noes: Adams, Facey, Jore, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Vick. 

Total 8 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, Hagener. 

Total 2 


HB 113 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Younkin moved HB 1138 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 


HB 1138 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 296 


Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Jore, Rehbein. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fuchs, Molnar, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, McCann, Simon. 

Total 3 


HB 113 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Jore, McGee, Raney, 
Rehbein. 


Total 8 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, Molnar, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Ayes; McGee, No. 
Excused: Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Simon. 
Total 4 
Absent or not voting: Jackson, McCulloch. 
Total 2 


HB 113 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Mahlum moved HB 113 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 113 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 





297 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 113 


Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 50 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 113 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Younkin moved Senate amendments to HB 113 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 99 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Grinde. 
Total 1 


HB 113 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as 
amended by the Senate, passed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 115 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 298 


Total 99 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Ohs. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 115 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McGee moved HB 115 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Buzzas, Eggers, Gillan, Jore, Wyatt. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Tuss. 

Total 1 


HB 115 (Forty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McGee moved HB 115 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 


Noes: None. 


299 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 115 


Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Molnar, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 115 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 99 
Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Molnar, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 
Total 1 


HB 115 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator C. Christiaens moved HB 115 be concurred in. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 115 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


Excused: None. 


HBrid5 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 300 
Total 0 


HB 115 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative McGee moved Senate amendments to HB 115 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Orr. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Davies, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fuchs, Mood. 

Total 2 


HB 115 (Kighty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: R. Clark, Jore, Krenzler, Rehbein, Wyatt. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: Dale, Smith. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


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HB 116 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McGee moved HB 116 do pass. 


HB 116 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative McGee moved HB 116, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, lines 6 through 8. 

Strike: “PROVIDING” on line 6 through the Gret “OR” on line 8 

Insert: “ALLOWING AN OFFENDER TO SERVE INITIAL 
IMPRISONMENT IN” 

2. Title, lines 9 and 10. 

Strike: “INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT” 

Insert: “APPROPRIATE” 

Following: “TREATMENT” 

Strike: the remainder of line 9 through “CENTER” on line 10 

3. Page 1, line 20. 


Strike: “, except as provided in subsection (6)” 
4. Page 2, line 2. 


Following: “center” 

Insert: “or, upon acceptance by the facility, a state-approved public or 
private treatment facility that provides the appropriate level of chemical 
dependency treatment” 

5. Page 2, line 29 through page 3, line 8. 

Strike: subsection (6) in its entirety 

Amendment passed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Hagener, Jore. 

Total 2 
Excused: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: P. Bergsagel, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Tropila. 

Total 5 

Motion that HB 116, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 


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Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 85 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Jore, Lawson, Molnar, 
Mood, Orr, Smith, Somerville, Story, Wagner, Witt. 

Total 15 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 116 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 84 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Jore, Molnar, Mood, 
Orr, Rehbein, Somerville, Story, Vick, Wagner, Witt. 
Total 15 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Taylor. 
Total 1 


HB 116 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator C. 
Christiaens moved HB 116 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 116 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 


303 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 116 


Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 47 

Nays: Miller. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 
Total 2 


HB 116 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Senate Amendments - Representative McGee moved Senate amendments to 
HB 116 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 84 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, Davies, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Vick, 
Wagner, Wyatt. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Mood, Ohs, Smith. 
Total 3 


HB 116 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 87 


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Noes: Brown, Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Masolo, Molnar, Orr, Ryan, Vick, Wagner, 
Wyatt. 


Total 10 

Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Dale, Gallus, Tuss. 
Total 3 


HB 118 (Thirty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mood moved HB 118 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 87 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Galvin-Halcro, Hurdle, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Vick, Wyatt. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Guggenheim, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, McCann, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 3 


HB 118 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 


Noes: Adams, Hurdle, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr. 


305 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 118 


Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Gutsche, Lenhart, Ohs, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart. 

Total 1 


HB 118 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
S. Bartlett moved HB 118 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Bishop excused at this time. 


HB 118 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Mahlum. 

Total 1 


HB 119 (Thirty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mood moved HB 119 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Guggenheim, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 


Total 0 


HB 119 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 306 


Absent or not voting: Gillan. 
Total 1 


HB 119 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Galvin-Halcro, Jore, Wyatt. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Gutsche, Lenhart, Ohs, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Rehbein, Tuss. 

Total 2 


HB 119 (Forty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
S. Bartlett moved HB 119 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 119 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 120 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Brown moved HB 120 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


307 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 120 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Quilici, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 53 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, 
P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Squires, Story, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 45 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fuchs, Molnar, Simon, Wagner, Ayes; Tuss, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Dale. 

Total 2 


HB 120 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Facey, Hagener, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Quilici, Rose, 
Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tuss, Wagner, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Noes: Adams, 8S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Buzzas, P. Clark, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Molnar, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Squires, Story, Swanson, Tropila, Vick, Walters, Williams. 

Total 47 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Hibbard, McGee, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; Buzzas, 
Eggers, Ewer, Hurdle, McCann, Molnar, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Simon. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 120 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating moved HB 120 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 120 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 308 


HB 120 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 

Total 2 


HB 121 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Krenzler moved HB 121 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 


Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, 
Story, Taylor, Vick. 
Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Ewer, Fuchs, Molnar, Peck, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Walters. 
Total 2 


HB 121 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 


309 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 121 


Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 
Noes: Adams, R. Clark, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Taylor, 
Vick. 

Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, Molnar, Tuss, Wagner, Ayes; McGee, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Simon. 

Total 4 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 121 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator B. 
McCarthy moved HB 121 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 121 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 123 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 123 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


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Total 95 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson. 
Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart, Bitney, Kasten. 
Total 3 


HB 123 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson. 

Total 2 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 123 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator C. 
Christiaens moved HB 123 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 123 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: Beck, Swysgood. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


311 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 124 


Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 124 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Haines moved HB 124 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, 
Buzzas, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Schmidt, Shockley, Soft, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 62 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, 8S. Anderson, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, 
Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Orr, Pavlovich, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, 
Squires, Trexler, Witt, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 37 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 125 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 125 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, P. Clark, Fuchs, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, 
Vick, Wagner. 
Total 10 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: McKenney, Molnar. 
Total 2 


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HB 125 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, P. Clark, Fuchs, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, 
Vick, Wagner. 
Total 10 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Williams. 
Total 2 


HB 125 (Sixty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
W. Glaser moved HB 125 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 125 (Sixty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Thomas, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 42 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


Excused: Beck, Halligan, Holden, McCarthy, Swysgood, Tester, Toews, 
Waterman. 


Total 8 


HB 126 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 126 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 


313 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 126 


Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Jore. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 


HB 126 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, *Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Aye. 
Excused: Krenzler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: E. Clark, Holden. 

Total 2 


HB 126 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Bohlinger moved HB 126 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 126 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, requiring a 2/3 vote because it deals with the State’s liability, 
concurred in as follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 


HB 126 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 314 


Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 

Total 1 


HB 126 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Johnson moved Senate amendments to HB 126 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Eggers, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Grinde, Sliter, Stovall, Tuss. 

Total 4 


HB 126 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as 
amended by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 


315 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 127 


Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 
Total 95 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Jore, Rehbein. 
Total 3 
Excused: Ohs. 
Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Fisher. 
Total 1 


HB 127 (Forty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved consideration of HB 127 be placed at the 
bottom of the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 127 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative R. Johnson moved HB 127 do pass. 


HB 127 (Sixty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 127, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 138 through line 14. 

Strike: “PROVIDING” on line 13 through “OBLIGOR;” on line 14 

2. Page 10, line 14. 

Following: “NOT” 

Insert: “not” 

Strike: “EACH” 

3. Page 10, line 20 through line 24. 


Following: “support.” 
Strike: remainder of line 20 through line 24 


4. Page 11, lines 18 through 20. 


Following: “support” on line 18 

Strike: remainder of line 18 through “occur” on line 20 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, 
McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 

Total 69 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, E. Clark, Cobb, Hagener, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Lindeen, Matthews, 
McCann, McKenney, Noennig, Ohs, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Soft, 
Somerville, Tash, Taylor, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 29 





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Excused: Bitney, Krenzler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 127, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Jore, McGee, Orr, Quilici, Vick, 
Wagener. 
Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 127 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Curtiss, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Quilici, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 

Total az 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


317 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 127 


HB 127 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
T. Beck moved HB 127 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 127 (Ejightieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 127 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Johnson moved Senate amendments to HB 127 
be concurred in. 

Representative Johnson made a substitute motion that the Senate 
amendments to HB 127 be not concurred in. 

Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 76 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Brown, Cobb, Dell, Haines, Hanson, Jackson, 
Kasten, Krenzler, McGee, McKenney, Orr, Quilici, Rehbein, Shockley, Tash, 
Taylor, Wagner, Walters, Zook. 

Total 21 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Bitney. 

Total 1 


HB 127 (Eighty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Senator B. Keenan moved the 


HB 127 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 318 


Conference Committee report to HB 127 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 127 (Eighty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Kasten moved the 
Conference Committee report to HB 127 be adopted. Motion failed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, Dale, Dell, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McKenney, Noennig, Ohs, Rehbein, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 48 


Noes: Adams, Beck, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jore, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, 
Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 50 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Story. 

Total 2 


HB 127 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Mangan moved the 
Conference Committee report to HB 127 be adopted. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McGee, McKenney, Mood, Orr, 
Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters. 

Total 28 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


319 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 127 


HB 127 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 2 - Senator B. Keenan moved the 
Conference Committee report to HB 127 be adopted. Motion carried 
unanimously. 

Senator Harp moved the committee rise, report progress, and beg leave to 
sit again. Motion carried. Committee arose. Senate resumed. President 
Crippen in the chair. Chairman Jergeson moved the Committee of the Whole 
report be adopted. Report adopted. 


HB 127 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, 
Conference Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Ayes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 74 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Davies, 
Hanson, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Orr, 
Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 25 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Younkin. 


Total 1 


HB 127 (Eighty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, 
Conference Committee Report No. 2, adopted as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Grosfield. 

Total 1 


HB 128 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 320 


HB 128 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gillan moved HB 128, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 5, line 4. 


Following: “tax.” 

Insert: “(1)” 

2. Page 5, line 8. 

Insert: “(2) An incumbent local exchange carrier that is not a cooperative 
providing retail telecommunications services in an area served by a rural 
telephone cooperative is not required to collect the retail telecommunications 
excise tax imposed by [sections 1 through 19] from customers in the rural 
telephone cooperative service area.” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: McCann, Tuss. 

Total 2 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Krenzler. 

Total 1 


HB 128 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gillan moved HB 128 do pass. 


HB 128 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Molnar moved HB 128, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Title, line 7. 


otrike: 104 
insert: 225 


2. Page 4, line 11. 


Strike: “3.75%” 
Insert: “1.25%” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, 


321 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 128 


Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Raney, Sliter, Smith, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook. 

Total 42 


Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 57 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Pavlovich. 

Total 1 

Motion that HB 128, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 62 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Eggers, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Hanson, Hurdle, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Mangan, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Shockley, Smith, Taylor, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 36 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Fuchs. 

Total 2 


HB 128 (Fifty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Haines, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 


HB 128 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 322 


Total 69 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Eggers, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hanson, 
Hurdle, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Peck, Sliter, Smith, 
Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 29 
Voted Absentee: Grinde, Hanson, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Hagener, Witt. 

Total 2 


HB 128 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator J. Harp moved HB 128 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 128 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator J. Harp maved consideration HB 128 be placed below HB 607 on the 
second reading board this day. Motion carried unanimously. 


Senator Devlin assumed the chair. 


HB 128 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: Keenan. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 129 (Forty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Stovall moved HB 129 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Erickson, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 


Total 67 


323 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 129 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, P. Clark, 
Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Hurdle, Jore, Kasten, Krenzler, Lindeen, Masolo, McCulloch, Noennig, Orr, 
Schmidt, Swanson, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 32 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Mr. Speaker. 

Total 1 


HB 129 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Brainard, 
Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Matthews, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 68 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, P. Clark, Davies, Ewer, Facey, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hurdle, Jore, Krenzler, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
McCulloch, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Schmidt, Squires, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 28 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Quilici. 
Total 4 


HB 129 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator B. 
DePratu moved HB 129 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 129 (Sixtieth Legislative Dav - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended by 
the Senate, requiring a 2/3 vote because it deals with the State’s liability, 
concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 


Total 0O 


HB 129 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 324 


Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Doherty. 
Total 1 


HB 129 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Senate Amendments - Representative Stovall moved Senate amendments to 
HB 129 be not concurred in. 


Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Mood, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 88 
Noes: Hagener, Jore, Mangan, Noennig. 
Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Ahner, Bitney, Lawson, McKenney, Molnar, Vick. 
Total 6 


HB 129 (Kighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Conference Committee Report No. 1 - Representative Stovall moved the 
Conference Committee report to HB 129 be adopted. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: None. 


Total 0 


325 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 129 


Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Holden. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Cobb. 
Total 1 


HB 129 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate}, 
requiring 2/3 vote of each house - Conference Committee Report No. 1 - 
Senator R. Holden moved the Conference Committee report to HB 129 be 
adopted. Motion received the following vote: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Sprague, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Mr. 
President. 

Total 44 
Nays: Devlin, Stang, Swysgood. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Lynch. 

Total 1 
Excused: Shea, Wilson. 

Total 2 


HB 129 (Eighty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, Conference 
Committee Report No. 1, adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 83 
Noes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Golie, Jore, Krenzler, McGee, 
Molnar, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 14 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: Dale, Smith. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart. 

Total 1 


HB 129 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 326 


HB 129 (Eighty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, requiring 
2/3 of each House, Conference Committee Report No. 1, received the following 
vote:: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Tester. 

Total 1 


HB 130 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Story moved HB 130 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 130 (Thirty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Story moved HB 130 do pass. 


HB 1380 (Thirty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Story moved HB 130, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 8 through line 9. 
Strike: “SUBMITTING” on line 8 through “PROVISION;” on line 9 











327 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 130 


2. Title, line 10. 


Following: “PROVIDING” 
Insert: “CONTINGENT” 


3. Page 1, line 19 through line 27. 


Strike: section 2 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 


4. Page 2, line 5 through line 7. 


Strike: section 5 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent section 


5. Page 2, line 9 through line 13. 


Strike: “Effective” on line 9 

Insert: “Contingent effective” 

Strike: “If” on line 9 through “1999” on line 13 

Insert: “If Constitutional Initiative No. 75, enacting Article VIII, section 
17, of the Montana constitution, is declared invalid, including the provision 
requiring a public vote on tax increases, then [this act] is effective on the date 
of declared invalidity” 

6. Page 2, line 14. 


Strike: “[Sections 3 and 4]” 

Insert: “Subject to the contingency in subsection (1), [sections 2 and 3]” 

Amendment passed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 130, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 


HB 130 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 328 


Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore, Orr, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 4 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total O 


HB 130 (Forty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: Adams, Jore. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Molnar, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 130 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator G. 
Jergeson moved HB 1380 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 130 (Fifty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 








329 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 130. 


Total 49 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 
Total 1 


HB 130 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Hurdle, Jore. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale, McGee. 

Total 2 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative C. Williams moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 2, line 19. 

Strike: “AND” 

2. Page 2, line 20. 

Following: line 19 

Insert: “(c) to the state auditor to be deposited in the state special revenue 
fund to the credit of an account established by the state auditor for the 
Montana comprehensive health association, $1 million; and” 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Jackson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 330 


Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, 
Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 54 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Guggenheim, Hurdle. 

Total 2 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page 2, line 16. 


Strike: “$8” 

Insert: “$5” 

2. Page 3, line 5. 

Strike: “INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO” 


Insert: “one-half of which must be granted for” 
3. Page 3, line 17. 

Strike: “general” 

Insert: “trust” 

Following: “fund” 

Insert: “provided for in [section 2]” 


4. Page 8, line 24. 

Strike: “INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO” 
Insert: “one-half of which must be granted for” 
5. Page 9, line 4. 

Strike: “general” 


Insert: “trust” 
Following: “fund” 
Insert: “provided for in [section 2]” 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 131 be placed at the top of 
the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Barnhart moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


331 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


1. Page 3, line 6. 
Following: “YEAR” 
Insert: “, the grants from which are subject to the following restrictions: 


(A) aschool may not receive any funds unless the school and school 
grounds are enforced as tobacco-free; 


(B) a grant may not be issued to a school, entity, organization, or program 
unless it provides free counseling and tobacco cessation programs for its 
students or employees; 


(C) a grant may not be issued to a school, entity, organization, or program 
unless proof is provided that the school, entity, organization, or program has 
. enforced and is rigorously enforcing the laws pertaining to tobacco use by 
youth, and a grant may be forfeited to the department if the school, entity, 
organization, or program is shown to not be enforcing the tobacco laws 
pertaining to youth” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: J. Andersen, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Swanson, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 58 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Lawson, Matthews, McCann, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, 
Quilici, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Zook. 

Total 39 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Lindeen. 

Total 2 

Motion that HB 131, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 64 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Davies, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Jore, Lindeen, McCulloch, McGee, Orr, Raney, 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 332 


Rehbein, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Story, Swanson, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Williams, Wyatt. 
Total 36 
Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Aye; Gutsche, No. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 


1. Page 3, line 3. 


Following: “(D)” 
Insert: “(i)” 


2. Page 3, line 6. 


co. 


Following: “; 

Insert: “(ii) 10% of the funds allocated to the department in subsection 
(2)(d)(i) must be transferred to Indian health clinics located in Montana 
pursuant to a distribution formula agreed upon and submitted to the 
department by the tribal leadership council;” 


3. Page 8, line 22. 


Following: “(C)” 
Insert: “(i)” 


4. Page 3, line 25. 
Following: “;” 


Insert: “(ii) 10% of the funds allocated to the department in subsection 
(2)(c)G) must be transferred to Indian health clinics located in Montana 
pursuant to a distribution formula agreed upon and submitted to the 


department by the tribal leadership council;” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Sliter, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 46 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Story, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 52 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 


Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 


333 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Taylor. 
Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved consideration of HB 131 be placed at the bottom’ 
of the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 2, line 20. 

Following: “(C)” 

Strike: remainder of line 20 

Insert: “$1 million must be allocated to the state auditor to be deposited in 
the state special revenue fund to the credit of an account established by the 
state auditor for the Montana comprehensive health association; 


(d) $6.5 million must be allocated to the department to be deposited in the 
state special revenue fund to the credit of an account established by the 
department for health and prevention grants to local schools, entities, 
organizations, or programs for health and prevention purposes, including but 
not limited to tobacco use prevention and control; and 


(e) $1.5 million and the remainder of any payments made after the 
amounts in subsections (1)(a) through (1)(d) are satisfied must be allocated to 
the fund provided for in [section 2].” 

2. Page 3, line 21. 


Following: “(1)(A)” 

Insert: “and (1)(d)” 

3. Page 8, line 13. 

Following: “(B)” 

Strike: remainder of line 20 

Insert: “$1 million must be allocated to the state auditor to be deposited in 
the state special revenue fund to the credit of an account established by the 
state auditor for the Montana comprehensive health association; 


(c) $8 million must be allocated to the department to be deposited in the 
state special revenue fund to the credit of an account established by the 
department for health and prevention grants to local schools, entities, 
organizations, or programs for health and prevention purposes, including but 
not limited to tobacco use prevention and control; and 

(d) $8 million and the remainder of any payments made after the amounts 
in subsections (1)(a) through (1)(c) are satisfied must be allocated to the fund 
provided for in [section 2].” 

4. Page 9, line 8. 

Following: “(1)(A)” 

Insert: “and (1)(d)” 

Amendment failed as follows: 

Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 334 


McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, 
Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 40 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, 
Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, 
McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 58 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Jackson. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 3, line 11. 

Following: “eentret” 

Insert: “children’s health insurance plan as provided in subsection (2)(b)(i) 
and the” 

2. Page 3, line 16 through line 17. 

Strike: subsection (5) in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, Brainard, R. Clark, Jore. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke, Menahan, Tash. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Harrington. 

Total 2 


335 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Title, line 9. 

Following: “PROVIDING” 

Insert: “AN APPROPRIATION AND” 

2. Page 6, line 7. 

Following: line 6 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 4. Appropriation. There is appropriated 
to the department of public health and human services from the general fund 
for provider rate increases to implement the resource-based relative value 
scale (RBRVS) provider rate system: 

(1) for FY 2000, $525,000 from the general fund allocation in [section 
1(1)(a)]; and 

(2) for FY 2001, $1.1 million from the general fund allocation in [section 
1(2)(a)].” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

3. Page 8, line 7. 

Strike: “4” 

Insert: “5” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Davies, Erickson, Fuchs, Gallus, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Mangan, Menahan, Orr, 
Peck, Raney, Shockley, Sliter, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Witt. 

Total 33 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Tropila, Vick, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 66 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative L. Soft moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Title, lines 6 and 7. 

Following: “CREATING” on line 6 

Strike: remainder of line 6 through “TRUST” on line 7 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 336 


Insert: “THE MONTANA HEALTH ENDOWMENT” 
2. Page 2, lines 5 and 6. 


Following: “use,” on line 5 
Strike: remainder of line 5 through “program,” on line 6 


3. Page 2, line 7. 


Strike: “health and long-term care trust” 
Insert: “Montana health endowment” 


4. Page 3, line 7. 
Following: “fund” 
Strike: “,” 

Strike: “10% AND” 
5. Page 3, line 24. 


Strike: “HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE TRUST” 
Insert: “Montana health endowment” 


6. Page 4, line 13 through 20. 


Strike: “and long-term care trust” on line 13 

Insert: “endowment” 

Following: “(1)” on line 13 

Strike: remainder of line 13 through line 20 in their entirety 

Insert: “The department shall grant the funds allocated in [section 1(2)(e)] 
to a permanent and inviolable endowment fund to provide, on an annual basis, 
operational and special project support for Montana organizations providing 
services for at-risk children and their families and meeting the health and 
long-term care needs of Montanans. 


(2) The Montana health endowment fund must be an advised fund held by 
the Montana community foundation. Grants of the earnings on the fund must 
be made to fund operational and project support for Montana organizations 
providing services for at-risk children and their families and meeting the 
health and long-term care needs of Montanans. The grants must be made to 
Montana organizations that qualify under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal 
Revenue Code. The grants must be made upon the recommendation of the 
advisory board provided for in [section 3].” 


Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 3. Montana health endowment advisory 
board. (1) There is a Montana mental health endowment advisory board. The 
board shall consist of individuals appointed by the speaker of the house, the 
president of the senate, the presiding officer of the children, families, health, 
and human services interim committee, the governor, and the Montana 
community foundation. 


(2) The board shall develop eligibility, review, and selection criteria for 
grant recipients. The advisory board, in consultation with the children, 
families, health, and human services interim committee, shall recommend 
grant recipients and funding levels to the board of the Montana community 
foundation.” 


Renumber: subsequent sections 
7. Page 8, line 2. 

Strike: “instruction” 

Insert: “instructions” 
Following: “.” 

ISeriles Clie 


307 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


8. Page 8, line 5. 

Insert: “(2) [Section 3] is intended to be codified as an integral part of 
Title 2, chapter 15, part 22, and the provisions of Title 2, chapter 15, part 22, 
apply to [section 3].” 

9. Page 8, lines 26 and 27. 


Strike: “health and long-term care trust” on line 26 

Following: “],” on line 26 

Strike: remainder of line 26 through “AND” on line 27 

10. Page 9, line 11. 

Strike: “HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE TRUST” 

Insert: “Montana health endowment” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dell, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, 
Soft, Squires, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Younkin. 

Total 39 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hurdle, 
Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Mangan, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 59 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, No. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Johnson. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved the amendment be divided. 

Amendment #2 and #4 failed as follows: 
Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 49 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, 
Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Ohs, Rehbein, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 338 


Total 50 

Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 

Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved HB 131 do pass. 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved HB 131, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 2, line 17. 

Following: “PLAN” 

Insert: “for the 2001 biennium” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 90 
Noes: Brainard, Jore. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke, Menahan, Tash. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Gillan, Krenzler, Schmidt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 5 





HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Grinde moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page 2, line 5 through line 6. 


Following: “use,” on line 5 
Strike: remainder of line 5 through “program,” on line 6 


2. Page 2, line 15. 
Following: line 14 


339 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


Insert: “(a) one-half must be allocated to the credit of an account in the 
state special revenue fund for the purpose of tax relief as determined by the 
57th legislature for the 2003 biennium;” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

3. Page 2, line 15. 

Strike: “THE FIRST $20” 

Insert: “$10” 

4. Page 2, line 24. 

Following: line 23 

Insert: “(a) one-half must be allocated to the credit of an account in the 
state special revenue fund for the purpose of tax relief as determined by the 
next legislature for the following biennium; and 

(b) the remainder shall be allocated as follows:” 

5. Page 2, line 24. 

Strike: “(a)” 

Insert: “(i)” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 

Strike: “$12” 

Insert: “$6” 


6. Page 2, line 29. 
Strike: “$3” 
Insert: “$1.5” 

7. Page 3, line 2. 


Strike: “$1 MILLION” 
Insert: “$500,000” 


8. Page 3, line 6. 


Strike: “$10.8” 
Insert: “$5.4” 


9. Page 3, line 8. 


Strike: “SUBSE A) T 2 t 
Insert: “subsection (2)(b)” 


10. Page 3, line 11. 

Strike: “(2)(D)” 

Insert: “(2)(b)(iii)” 

11. Page 3, line 21. 

Strike: “SUBSECTIONS (1)(A)” 


Insert: “subsection (1)(b)” 
12. Page 3, line 24. 
Strike: “(2)(D)” 

Insert: “(2)(b)(iii)” 

13. Page 6, line 6. 


Strike: “1(1)(B) or (2)(B)” 
Insert: “1(1)(c) or (2)(b)(i)” 


14. Page 8, line 12. 
Following: line 11 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 340 


Insert: “(a) one-half must be allocated to the credit of an account in the 
state special revenue fund for the purpose of tax relief as determined by the 
57th legislature for the 2003 biennium;” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 


15. Page 8, line 12. 


Strike: “$20” 
Insert: “$10” 


16. Page 8, line 17. 

Following: line 16 

Insert: “(a) one-half must be allocated to the credit of an account in the 
state special revenue fund for the purpose of tax relief as determined by the 
next legislature for the following biennium; and 


(b) the remainder must be allocated as follows:” 
17. Page 8, line 17. 


Strike: “(a)” 

Insert: “(i)” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 
Strike: “$12” 

Insert: “$6” 


18. Page 8, line 21. 

Strike: “$1 MILLION” 

Insert: “$500,000” 

19. Page 8, line 25. 

Strike: “$10.8” 

Insert: “$5.4” 

20. Page 8, line 27 and line 28. 

Strike: “SUBSECTIONS (2)(A) THROUGH (2)(C)” 


Insert: “subsection (2)(b)” 

21. Page 9, line 8. 

Strike: “SUBSECTIONS (1)(A)” 

Insert: “subsection (1)(b)” 

22. Page 9, line 11. 

Strike: “(2)(C)” 

Insert: “(2)(b)(ii)” 

23. Page 9, line 12. 

Strike: “SUBSECTION (2)(D)” 

Insert: “[section 2]” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, 
Gillan, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, 
Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 50 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 


341 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Orr, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Waener, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 48 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, No. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Fisher. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Cobb moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further amended 
as follows: 

1. Title, line 9. 

Following: “PROGRAM;” 

Insert: “CREATING A HEALTH AND PREVENTION FUNDING 
ADVISORY BOARD;” 

2. Page 4, line 21. 

Following: line 20 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 3. Health and prevention funding 
advisory board. (1) There is a health and prevention funding advisory board 
attached to the department for administrative purposes only as provided for in 
2-15-121. 

(2) There are eight members of the board appointed as follows: 

(a) two members appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives; 

(b) two members appointed by the president of the senate; 

(c) two members appointed by the minority leader of the house of 
representatives; and 

(d) two members appointed by the minority leader of the senate. 

(3) A member may not be a legislator. Four members must be 
representatives of the public at large, and four members shall represent health 
professions or health-related organizations. 

(4) The board shall approve the awarding of any grant funds by the 
department from the local health and prevention grants program provided for 
in [section 1].” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

3. Page 8, line 2. 

Page 8, line 4. 

Strike: “AND 2” 

Insert: “through 3” 

Amendment adopted as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 


Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 342 


Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Walters, Wiliams, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 
Noes: Adams, Brainard, R. Clark, Fuchs, Gutsche, Hedges, Jore, McGee, 
Story, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, No. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Tuss. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Swanson moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 


1. Page 2, line 24. 


Strike: “40%, UP TO $12” 
Insert: “33.6%, up to $10.08” 


2. Page 3, line 6. 

Strike: the second “AND” 

3. Page 3, line 7. 

Following: line 6 

Insert: “(e) to the office of public instruction for special education, 6.4%, 
up to $1.92 million for each fiscal year; and” 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 


4. Page 3, line 7. 
Strike: “10% AND” 
5. Page 3, line 8. 


Strike: “(2)(D)” 

Insert: “(2)(e)” 

6. Page 8, line 17. 

Strike: “40%, UP TO $12” 

Insert: “33.6%, up to $10.08” 

7. Page 8, line 25. 

Strike: the second “AND” 

8. Page 8, line 26. 

Following: line 25 

Insert: “(d) to the office of public instruction to be deposited in the state 
special revenue fund in an account established by the office of public 
me for special education, 6.4%, up to $1.92 million for each fiscal year; 
an 

Renumber: subsequent subsection 


9. Page 8, line 26 and line 27. 


343 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


Following: “35%” 

Insert: “,” 

Strike: “10%,” on line 26 through “AND” on line 27 
10. Page 8, line 28. 


Strike: “(2)(C)” 
Insert: “(2)(d)” 


11. Page 9, line 12. 
Strike: “SUBSECTION (2)(D)” 


Insert: “[section 2]” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 55 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Raney. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Krenzler moved HB 131, second reading copy, be further 
amended as follows: 

1. Page 2, line 20. 

Following: “AS” 

Strike: remainder of line 20 

Insert: “follows: 

(i) to the department to be deposited in the state special revenue fund to 
the credit of an account established by the department for the children’s 
health insurance plan, as provided in [Senate Bill No. 81], 10%; 

(ii) to the state auditor to be deposited in the state special revenue fund to 
the credit of an account established by the state auditor for the Montana 
comprehensive health association, 3.4%; 

(iii) to the department to be deposited in the state special revenue fund to 
the credit of an account established by the department for health and 
prevention grants to local schools, entities, organizations, or programs for 


HB 131 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 344 


health and prevention purposes, including but not limited to tobacco use 
prevention and control, 46%; and 

(iv) to the fund provided for in [section 2], 40.6%.” 

2. Page 2, line 24. 


Strike: subsection (a) in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent subsections 


3. Page 3, line 6. 


Strike: “36%, UP TO $10.8” 
Insert: “46%, up to $6.9” 


4. Page 3, line 7. 

Strike: “10% _” 

Insert: “30.6%” 

5. Page 3, line 23. 

Strike: “GENERAL FUND ALLOCATION SPECIFIED IN SUBSECTION 
(2)(A), THE” 

6. Page 8, line 13. 

Following: “AS” 

Strike: remainder of line 13 

Insert: “follows: 


(i) to the state auditor to be deposited in the state special revenue fund to 
the credit of an account established by the state auditor for the Montana 
comprehensive health association, 3.4%; 


(ii) to the department to be deposited in the state special revenue fund to 
the credit of an account established by the department for health and 
prevention grants to local schools, entities, organizations, or programs for 
health and prevention purposes, including but not limited to tobacco use 
prevention and control, 51%; and 


(iii) to the fund provided for in [section 2], 45.6%.” 
7. Page 8, line 17. 


Strike: subsection (a) in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent subsections 


8. Page 8, line 25. 


Strike: “36%, UP TO $10.8” 
Insert: “46%, up to $6.9” 


9. Page 8, line 26. 


Strike: “10%.” 
Insert: “30.6%” 


10. Page 9, line 10. 

Strike: “ EF Pp j ECTI 
(2)(A), THE” 

11. Page 9, line 11. 

Strike: “,” 

12. Page 3, line 24. 

Following: “(2)(D)” 

Strikers 

Amendment adopted as follows: 


345 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 131 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, 
Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, Squires, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 51 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Johnson, 
Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 47 
Voted Absentee: Gutsche, Aye. 
Excused: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Orr. 

Total 1 


HB 131 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} failed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Curtiss, Fisher, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Johnson, Kasten, Lawson, Matthews, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 42 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, 
Orr, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Story, 
Swanson, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 57 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Tropila. 

Total 1 


HB 132 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved HB 1382 do pass. 


HB 132 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Rehbein moved HB 132, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


HB 132 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 346 


1. Title, page 1, line 10. 
Strike: “CLARIFYING” 
Insert: “REVISING” 

2. Page 1, line 29. 


Strike: “2%” 
Insert: “1.5%” 


3. Page 1, line 30. 

Strike: “24%” 

Insert: “18%” 

4. Page 3, lines 19 and 25. 

Strike: “2%” 

Insert: “1.5%” 

5. Page 3, lines 20 and 26. 

Strike: “24%” 

Insert: “18%” 

6. Page 4, line 27. 

Strike: “2%” 

Insert: “1.5%” 

7. Page 4, line 28. 

Strike: “24%” 

Insert: “18%” 

8. Page 5, line 1. 

Strike: “2%” 

Insert: “1.5%” 

9. Page 5, line 2. 

Strike: “24%” 

Insert: “18%” 

Amendment passed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hanson, 
Hedges, Holden, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Ryan, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 56 
Noes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, 
Harrington, Hibbard, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ste Shockley, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tuss, Williams, 

yatt. 


Total 43 

Excused: None. 
Total 0 

Absent or not voting: Simon. 
Total 


347 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 132 


Motion that HB 182, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, 
Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, 
Rose, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Tropila, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 56 
Noes: Adams, Beck, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Jore, Juneau, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tuss, Wagner, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 43 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Somerville. 


Total 1 


HB 132 (Twenty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, 
Erickson, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 
Noes: Adams, Beck, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dell, 
Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Jore, Krenzler, Lawson, Mangan, 
Matthews, McCulloch, Orr, Rehbein, Ryan, Tuss, Wagner, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 25 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart, Ewer, Shockley. 

Total 3 


HB 132 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
A. Ellis moved HB 132, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Page 2, line 3. 


Strike: “greater” 
Insert: “less” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


HB 132 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 348 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, Grimes, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Keating, 
Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, 
Thomas, Toews, Wells, Mr. President. 


Total 30 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, Franklin, Grosfield, 
Halligan, Jergeson, Lynch, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Stang, Tester, Waterman. 


Total 16 

Absent or not voting: Cocchiarella. 
Total 1 

Excused: Jabs, McCarthy, Wilson. 
Total 3 


HB 132 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
A. Ellis moved HB 182, second reading copy, be further amended as follows: 


1. Title, line 12. 
Strike: “15-16-102,” 
2. Page 4, line 17 through page 5, line 14. 


Strike: section 5 in its entirety 
Renumber: subsequent sections 


Amendment adopted unanimously. 


HB 132 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Ellis moved HB 132, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, 
Mr. President. 


Total 43 

Nays: Beck, Miller, Toews. 
Total 3 

Absent or not voting: Taylor. 
Total 1 

Excused: Jabs, McCarthy, Wilson. 
Total 3 


HB 132 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 

Yeas: Bartlett, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, McCarthy, 
McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Roush, Sprague, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, 
Wells, Mr. President. 


Total 36 


349 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 132 


Nays: Beck, Devlin, Doherty, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, Miller, Nelson, Shea, 
Stang, Swysgood, Toews, Wilson. 


Total 13 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Mahlum. 
Total 1 


HB 132 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Kasten moved Senate amendments to HB 132 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 87 


Noes: Beck, Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Gutsche, Hurdle, Orr, Smith, 
Trexler, Wyatt. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Curtiss, Dell, McCann. 
Total 3 


HB 132 (Eighty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 80 


Noes: Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Dell, Erickson, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Jore, Krenzler, Lawson, Molnar, Orr, Raney, 
Ryan, Sliter, Squires, Wagner. 


HB 133 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 350 


Total 9 
Voted Absentee: Gallus, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 

Total 1 


HB 133 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Buzzas moved HB 133 do pass. 


HB 133 (Forty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Buzzas moved HB 133, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 14. 
Strike: “$3,461” 
Insert: “$3,546” 


Strike: “$3,513” 
Insert: “$3,688” 


2. Title, line 16. 
Strike: “$4,821” 
Insert: “$4,868” 

3. Title, line 17. 
Strike: “$4,869” 
Insert: “$4,966” 

4. Title, line 18. 
Strike: “$25,000” 
Insert: “$21,500” 

5. Title, line 19. 
Following: “FO-$25,000 
Insert: “TO $25,000” 
6. Title, line 21. 


Strike: “$202,000” 
Insert: “$204,000” 


Strike: “$204,020” 
Insert: “$208,080” 


7. Title, line 22 through line 24. 


Strike: “APPROPRIATING” on line 22 through “MATERIALS” on line 24 
Insert: “PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION FOR SPECIAL 
EDUCATION” 


8. Title, line 24. 


Strike: “SECTIONS” 
Insert: “SECTION” 
Strike: “AND” 


9. Title, line 25. 

Strike: “20-9-375” 
10. Page 2, line 22. 
Strike: “$202,000” 


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Insert: “$204,000” 
11. Page 2, line 23. 


Strike: “$25,000” 
Insert: “$21,500” 


12. Page 2, line 27. 


Strike: “$25,000” 
Insert: “$21,500” 


13. Page 2, line 29. 


Strike: “$202,000” 
Insert: “$204,000” 


14. Page 3, line 11. 


Strike: “$4,821” 
Insert: “$4,868” 


15. Page 3, line 15. 


Strike: “$3,461” 
Insert: “$3,546” 


16. Page 3, line 21. 


Strike: “$3,461” 
Insert: “$3,546” 


17. Page 3, line 24. 


Strike: “$4,821” 
Insert: “$4,868” 


18. Page 4, line 20. 


Strike: “$204,020” 
Insert: “$208,080” 


19. Page 4, line 27. 
Strike: “$204,020” 
Insert: “$208,080” 
20. Page 5, line 9. 


Strike: “$4,869” 
Insert: “$4,966” 


21. Page 5, line 13. 


Strike: “$3,513” 
Insert: “$3,688” 


22. Page 5, line 19. 

Strike: “$3,513” 

Insert: “$3,688” 

23. Page 5, line 22. 

Strike: “$4,869” 

Insert: “$4,966” 

24. Page 5, line 26 through page 6, line 12. 
Strike: section 3 in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

25. Page 6, line 15. 


Strike: “$13” 
Insert: “$5.2” 


HB 133 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 352 


26. Page 6, line 15 and line 16. 


Strike: the second “THE” on line 15 through “3]” on line 16 
Insert: “state special education payments to schools” 


27. Page 6, line 24. 


Strike: “SECTIONS” 
Insert: “Section” 
Strike: “AND 3” 
Strike: “TERMINATE” 
Insert: “terminates” 


Amendment failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, 
Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 46 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 54 
Voted Absentee: Lindeen, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


Motion that HB 133 do pass failed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Masolo, McKenney, Molnar, Ohs, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Thomas, Trexler, Wagner, Witt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 35 


Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Buzzas, P. Clark, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 64 


Excused: Lindeen. 


353 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 135 


Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 135 (Twenty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Stovall moved HB 135 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Kasten, Rehbein, Wagner. 

Total 7 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark, Walters. 


Total 2 


HB 135 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Stovall moved HB 135, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 2, line 16. 

Strike: “$1,326,807” 

Insert: “$1,980,307” 

2. Page 2, line 18. 

Strike: “$ 47,021” 

Insert: “$ 70,180” 

Strike: “$ 62,694” 

Insert: “$ 93,573” 

3. Page 2, line 19. 

Strike: “503,741” 

Insert: “751,852” 

Strike: “633,050” 

Insert: “944,850” 

4. Page 2, line 20. 


Strike: “34,415” 
Insert: “51,366” 
Strike: “45,886” 


Insert: “68,486” 
5. Page 2, line 24. 
Strike: “,” 


HB 135 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 354 


66,99 
A 


Insert: 
6. Page 2, line 25. 


Following: “tay” 

Insert: “(a)” 

7. Page 2, line 26. 

Following: “and” 

Strike: “6%” through “SALARY.” 

Insert: “an increase of one pay grade; and” 


8. Page 2, line 30. 


Following: “effreer-” 

Insert: “(b) beginning the first full pay period i in October 1999, each 
highway patrol officer, as defined in 61-1-305, in an entry-level position must 
receive periodic incremental increases extending over no more than 5 years 
sufficient to increase the officer’s pay to an amount equal to the pay grade of a 
senior highway patrol officer.” 


9. Page 3, line 13. 


Strike: “$1,326,807” 
Insert: “$1,980,307” 


10. Page 3, line 15. 
Strike: “$ 47,021” 
Insert: “$ 70,180” 
Strike: “$ 62,694” 
Insert: “$ 93,573” 
11. Page 3, line 16. 
Strike: “503,741” 
Insert: “751,852” 
Strike: “633,050” 
Insert: “944,850” 
12. Page 3, line 17. 
Strike: “34,415” 
Insert: “51,366” 
Strike: “45,886” 
Insert: “68,486” 


Amendment adopted as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, 
Buzzas, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 68 


Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, E. 
Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Hanson, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Story, Taylor, 
Vick, Wagner, Witt, Zook. 


355 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 135 


Total 30 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark, Shockley. 

Total 2 

Motion that HB 135, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 84 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, KE. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Jore, Kasten, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 16 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 135 (Sixty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Stovall moved HB 135 do pass. 


HB 135 (Sixty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 80 


Noes: Adams, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Dale, Davies, 
Fuchs, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wagner, 
Witt. 


Total 18 


HB 135 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 356 


Voted Absentee: Bookout-Reinicke, Gutsche, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Buzzas, Noennig. 

Total 2 


HB 135 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator C. Swysgood moved HB 135 be concurred in. Motion carried 
unanimously. 


HB 135 (Seventy-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 1386 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Williams moved HB 136 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 89 
Noes: S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Jore, 
McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Vick. 

Total 11 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


357 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 136 


HB 1386 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, 
Jore, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 13 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar. 
Total 1 


HB 136 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Berry moved HB 136 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator Swysgood 
voting nay. 


HB 136 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Swysgood, Taylor, Toews. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 

Total 1 


HB 137 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved HB 137 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 


HB 137 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 358 


Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 93 
Noes: Davies, Johnson, Jore, Orr, Raney. 

Total 5 
Voted Absentee: Buzzas, Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, 
Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Ayes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Gutsche. 

Total 1 


HB 137 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, PEO Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Davies, Jore, Orr. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Aye. 
Excused: Krenzler. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Molnar. 

Total 1 


HB 137 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Harp moved that consideration of HB 137 be passed for the day due to Senator 
Ellis’s excused absence. Motion carried. 


HB 137 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator Ellis moved HB 137 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


359 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 137 


HB 137 (Thirty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: McCarthy. 

Total 1 


HB 138 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Harper moved HB 138 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: E. Bergsagel. 

Total 1 


HB 138 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 


HB 138 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 360 


McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: P. Clark. 

Total 1 


HB 138 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. Glaser moved HB 138 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 138 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 139 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Harper moved HB 139 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 100 


361 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 139 


Noes: None. 
Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 139 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Squires. 

Total 1 


HB 139 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. Glaser moved HB 139 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 139 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 


HB 141 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 362 
Total 0 


HB 141 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hagener moved HB 141 do pass. 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Jore, Rehbein. 

Total 2 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Adams, E. Bergsagel, Molnar. 

Total 3 


HB 141 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Jore, Rehbein. 

Total 2 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Quilici. 

Total 1 


HB 141 (Thirty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. Wilson moved HB 141 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


363 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 141 


HB 141 (Thirty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, 
Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keating, 
Keenan, Mahlum, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 46 
Nays: Bartlett. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Bohlinger, Lynch, McCarthy. 

Total 3 


HB 142 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Ewer made a substitute motion that HB 142 be segregated 
from the Committee of the Whole report and the remainder of the report be 
adopted. Motion failed as follows: 


Ayes: Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Dell, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Juneau, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCann, 
McCulloch, Menahan, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, 
Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Wyatt. 


Total 36 


Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, 
Hagener, Haines, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, 
Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 51 


Excused: Ahner, Curtiss, Eggers, Gillan, Holden, Johnson, Krenzler, 
Pavlovich, Story, Wagner, Williams. 


Total 11 
Absent or not voting: Hanson, Taylor. 
Total 2 


HB 142 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Quilici moved for cloture. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Walters, Witt, 
Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


HB 142 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 364 


Total 63 
Noes: Barnhart, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Raney, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, Tuss, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 23 
Excused: Ahner, Curtiss, Eggers, Gillan, Holden, Johnson, Krenzler, 
Pavlovich, Story, Wagner, Williams. 

Total 11 
Absent or not voting: Guggenheim, McCulloch, Taylor. 

Total 3 

Motion that HB 142 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, 
Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 61 
Noes: Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, 
Hurdle, Juneau, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Smith, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 35 
Voted Absentee: Ahner, Holden, Johnson, Story, Ayes; Eggers, Gillan, 
Pavlovich, Williams, Noes. 
Excused: Curtiss, Krenzler, Wagner. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Bookout-Reinicke. 

Total 1 | 


HB 142 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved HB 142 do pass. 


HB 142 (Thirtieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved consideration of HB 142 be placed at the 
bottom of the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 142 (Thirty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fuchs, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, 
Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 


365 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 142 


Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 64 
Noes: Barnhart, Buzzas, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, McCulloch, Menahan, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Wyatt. 

Total 35 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Ohs, Ayes; Gutsche, Lenhart, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Fisher. 

Total 1 


HB 142 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating made his opening remarks on HB 142. The committee then reverted 
to the body of the bill for the purpose of amendment. 


Senator C. Christiaens excused at this time. 


HB 142 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator V. 
Cocchiarella moved HB 142, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 


1. Page 3, line 23. 

Strike: “SUBSTANTIAL, CREDIBLE” 

2. Page 3, line 30 through page 4, line 2. 

Strike: “Except” on page 3, line 30 through “The” on page 4, line 2 
Insert: “Except when the department and board have a specific statutory 


duty to avoid environmental harm and specific knowledge that environmental 
harm may arise when the department or board do not act, the” 


Amendment failed as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, Ellingson, 
Franklin, Halligan, Hertel, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, Roush, Shea, 
Stang, Tester, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 21 
Nays: Beck, Berry, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Holden, Jabs, Keating, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Thomas, Toews, Wells. 
Total 27 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Christiaens, Mahlum. 
Total 2 





HB 142 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Keating moved HB 142 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, McNutt, Mesaros, 


HB 142 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 366 


Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Wells. 


Total 30 
Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, 


Ellingson, Franklin, Glaser, Halligan, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, 
Shea, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 19 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Mahlum. 
Total 1 


HB 142 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} - Senator 
Harp moved that consideration of HB 142 be placed below HB 522 on the 
second reading board this legislative day. Motion carried. 


HB 142 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Ekegren, Ellis, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Keating, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, 
Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Wells. 


Total 29 


Nays: Bartlett, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Doherty, Eck, 
Ellingson, Franklin, Glaser, Halligan, Jabs, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, 
Mahlum, McCarthy, Shea, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 21 
Paired: Thomas, Aye; Mahlum, No. 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 145 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Mangan moved HB 145, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 7. 

Following: “STANDARDS;” 

Insert: “ESTABLISHING AN EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP 
PROGRAM;” 

2. Page 1, line 13. 


Strike: “(8)” 
Insert: “(9)” 
3. Page 1. 


Following: line 21 
Insert: “(2) Each eligible teacher must receive $2,500. The remaining 
$2,500 must be deposited in the educational scholarship account provided for 


367 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 145 


in [section 3] in the name of the teacher who received the stipend. Each 
scholarship awarded from the account must bear the name of one of the 
teachers who received the stipend.” 

Renumber: subsequent subsections 


4. Page 2, line 12. 


Strike: “(6)” 
Insert: “(7)” 
5. Page 2. 


Following: line 19 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 2. Administration of educational 
scholarship program — eligibility. (1) The board of regents shall administer 
an educational scholarship program and shall adopt procedures to implement 
the requirements of this section, including but not limited to: 

(a) development of an application process; 

(b) procedures for disbursing scholarships; 

(c) procedures for entering into cooperative agreements with eligible tribal 
colleges; and 

(d) development of continuing eligibility requirements. 

(2) To be eligible to receive a scholarship, an entering freshman must: 

(a) be classified as a Montana resident for in-state tuition under board of 
regents’ policy at the time of high school graduation; 

(b) be a United States citizen or permanent resident alien who meets the 
definition of an eligible noncitizen under federal Title IV of the Higher 
Education Act of 1965 requirements; 

(c) have earned a high school diploma with a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative 
grade point average on a 4.0 scale; and 

(d) be admitted, enrolled, or classified as an undergraduate student in a 
degree program at a postsecondary institution.” 


Insert: “NEW SECTION, Section 3. Educational scholarship account. 
There is an educational scholarship account in the state special revenue fund 
provided for in 17-2-102. One-half of the professional stipend awarded in 
[section 1(1)] must be deposited into the account and used to pay for 
scholarships awarded pursuant to [section 2].” 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

6. Page 2, line 26. 

Strike: “[Section 1] is” 

Insert: “[Sections 1 through 3] are” 

7. Page 2, line 28. 

Strike: “[section 1]” 

Insert: “[sections 1 through 3]” 

Amendment failed as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, Dale, Erickson, Facey, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, 
Jackson, Juneau, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, Menahan, 
Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Smith, Somerville, Swanson, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 40 


HB 145 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 368 


Noes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Davies, Gillan, Guggenheim, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Holden, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Masolo, McCulloch, McKenney, Noennig, Orr, 
Quilici, Rehbein, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 47 
Voted Absentee: Fuchs, Tuss, Ayes. 
Excused: Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Hibbard, Hurdle, McCann, 
McGee, Molnar, Simon, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 13 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 145 do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, E. 
Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Wagner, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 72 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Brainard, R. Clark, Davies, Grinde, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Lenhart, 
McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Sliter, Smith, Story, 
Tuss, Vick, Walters. 

Total 28 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Fisher, Fuchs, Hibbard, Hurdle, 
Simon, Wagner, Ayes; McCann, McGee, Molnar, Tuss, Vick, Noes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 145 (Twenty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Masolo moved HB 145 do pass. 


HB 149 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Davies moved HB 149, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 


1. Title, line 11. 

Following: “EXCEPTIONS;” 

Insert: “GRANTING THE STATE IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY;” 
2. Page 1, line 15. 


Following: “firearms” 
Insert: “ — state’s immunity from liability” 


369 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 149 


3. Page 2, line 3. 


Insert: “(3) Except for gross negligence or intentional misconduct of the 
state, the state is not liable in tort to a person or entity for damages caused by 
the use of a firearm on property owned, possessed, or controlled by the state 
by a state employee or agent not required to carry a firearm as a part of 
regular duties in the scope and course of employment or agent status with the 
state or by a guest or invitee as a condition of being a guest or invitee of the 
state.” 

4. Page 2, line 6. 

Insert: “NEW SECTION. Section 3. Two-thirds vote required. Because 
[section 1(3)] limits governmental liability, Article II, section 18, of the 
Montana constitution requires a vote of two-thirds of the members of each 
house of the legislature for passage. If the required vote of two-thirds of the 
members of each house is not obtained, [section 1(3)] is void.” 

Renumber: subsequent section 

Amendment passed as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Grinde, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lenhart, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Ryan, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, 
Wagener, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 49 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, Buzzas, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Harrington, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Noennig, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin. 

Total 44 
Voted Absentee: Molnar, Wagner, Ayes. 

Excused: Ewer, Peck, Tuss. 

Total 3 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Fuchs, Menahan, Swanson. 

Total 4 


HB 149 (Twenty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Davies moved HB 149 do pass. 


HB 149 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Grinde, Haines, 
Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Matthews, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, “Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Orr, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 57 


HB 150 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 370 


Noes: Barnhart, Buzzas, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Holden, 
Hurdle, Johnson, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, 
Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Schmidt, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Zook. 

Total 41 
Excused: Juneau, Krenzler. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 150 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 150 do pass. 


HB 150 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Menahan moved HB 150, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Title, line 9. 

Strike: “90” 

Insert: “30” 

2. Page 2, line 15 and line 17. 


Strike: “90” in two places 
Insert: “30” in both places 


3. Page 4, line 12 and line 14. 


Strike: “90” in two places 
Insert: “30” in both places 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 


Noes: Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, Hedges, 
Jore, Lawson, McGee, Orr, Rehbein, Simon, Somerville, Story, Taylor, Vick, 
Wagner. 


Total 18 
Excused: Juneau, Krenzler. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Motion that.HB 150, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 


371 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 150 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 94 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Story, Wagner. 

Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Juneau, Krenzler, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 150 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, 
Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 91 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, Curtiss, Hedges, Jore, Orr, Rehbein, Story, 
Wagner. 

Total 9 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 150 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator B. 
McCarthy moved HB 150 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 150 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


HB 150 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 372 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 150 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Menahan moved Senate amendments to HB 
150 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: E. Bergsagel. 

Total 1 


HB 150 (Eighty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 


373 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 151 


Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 89 
Noes: S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Curtiss, Jore, Mood, Orr, 
Rehbein, Story, Wagner. 
Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Gallus, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 
Total 1 


HB 151 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Witt moved HB 151 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, 
Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Adams, Erickson, Squires. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total O 


HB 151 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 


HB 151 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 374 


Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 99 
Noes: Adams. 
Total 1 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 151 (Forty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Lynch moved HB 151 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 151 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: Devlin. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 152 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Anderson moved HB 152 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, P. 
Clark, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tash, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, Wyatt, 
Younkin. 

Total 58 


Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, EK. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, 
Haines, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Taylor, Thomas, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 41 
Excused: None. 


Total 0 


375 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 152 


Absent or not voting: Cobb. 
Total 1 


HB 152 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} failed as 
follows: 
Ayes: S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
Menahan, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, 
Smith, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Williams, Younkin. 

Total 49 
Noes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Golie, Grinde, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Kasten, Krenzler, Mangan, Masolo, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Soft, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Wyatt, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 51 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 153 (Twenty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hedges moved HB 153 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Grinde, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, 
Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, 
Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 68 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Harper, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, 
Kasten, Lindeen, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Soft, 
Somerville, Story, Taylor, Tropila, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 31 
Voted Absentee: Krenzler, Aye; Juneau, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Harrington. 

Total 1 


HB 153 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 376 


HB 153 (Twenty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Buzzas, EK. Clark, P. Clark, 
R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Johnson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Somerville, 
Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 


Noes: Brown, Davies, Golie, Jackson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lindeen, McGee, 
Molnar, Orr, Peck, Rehbein, Ryan, Soft, Story, Tropila, Vick, Wagner. 
Total 19 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Brainard, Cobb. 
Total 2 


HB 153 (Sixty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
D. Berry moved HB 158 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator Wells 
voting nay. 


HB 153 (Sixty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as amended 
by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Wells. 

Total 1 


HB 153 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Senate Amendments - Representative Hedges moved Senate amendments to 
HB 153 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 


377 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 153 


Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 77 


Noes: E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Gutsche, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Lawson, Mangan, McGee, Molnar, Orr, 
Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wyatt. s 
Total 19 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: Dale, Fuchs. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Pavlovich, Sliter. 
Total 2 


HB 153 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, 
Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 76 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, Brown, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Golie, Gutsche, Hurdle, 
Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Lindeen, Mangan, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Ryan, Sliter, 
Soft, Story, Tropila, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 23 
Voted Absentee: Eggers, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Dale. 

Total 1 


HB 154 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gallus moved HB 154 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 


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McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 80 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, Davies, Hedges, 
Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Somerville, Story, Vick, 
Wagener. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Bitney. 

Total 2 


HB 154 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 79 
Noes: Adams, 8. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Brainard, R. Clark, 
Davies, Fuchs, Hedges, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, 
Somerville, Story, Vick, Wagner, Wyatt. 

Total 21 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 154 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator D. 
Berry moved HB 154 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Crismore, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, Keenan, 
Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 42 
Nays: Bishop, Cole, Devlin, Keating, Mesaros, Mohl, Swysgood, Toews. 
Total 8 
Absent or not voting: None. 


379 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 154 


Total 0 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 154 (Fifty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. 
President. 

Total 43 
Nays: Bishop, Keating, Keenan, Mesaros, Mohl, Swysgood. 

Total 6 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Berry. 

Total 1 


HB 155 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Pavlovich moved HB 155 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Squires, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 78 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Brown, Curtiss, Davies, 
Jackson, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, Orr, Rehbein, Somerville, Story, Stovall, 
Thomas, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 

Total 20 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Molnar, Simon. 

Total 2 


HB 155 (Twenty-second Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Dale, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 


HB 155 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 380 


Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, 
Smith, Soft, Squires, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 83 
Noes: Adams, J. Andersen, P. Bergsagel, Brown, Davies, Jackson, Jore, 
Kasten, Mangan, Orr, Rehbein, Sliter, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 17 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 155 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator G. 
Roush moved HB 155 be concurred in. After discussion, Senator Harp made a 
substitute motion that consideration of HB 155 be moved to the bottom of the 
second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 155 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
G. Roush moved HB 155, second reading copy, be amended as follows: 

1. Title, line 8. 

Strike: “SECTIONS 33-15-1103 AND ” 

Insert: “SECTION” 

2. Page 3, line 30 through page 4, line 29. 

Strike: section 1 in its entirety 

Renumber: subsequent sections 

Amendment adopted unanimously. 


HB 155 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
G. Roush moved HB 155, as amended, be concurred in. Motion carried as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cocchiarella, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, Grimes, 
Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Jergeson, Keenan, Lynch, 
McCarthy, Mesaros, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, 
Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson. 

Total 39 
Nays: Christiaens, Holden, Jabs, Keating, Mahlum, McNutt, Mohl, Swysgood, 
Toews, Mr. President. 

Total 10 
Absent or not voting: Devlin. 

Total 1 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


381 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 155 


HB 155 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jergeson, 
Keenan, Lynch, McCarthy, Mesaros, Miller, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, 
Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 
Total 42 
Nays: Crismore, Jabs, Keating, Mahlum, McNutt, Mohl, Swysgood, Toews. 
Total 8 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total O 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 


HB 155 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Pavlovich moved Senate amendments to HB 
155 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total O 
Absent or not voting: Grinde. 

Total 1 


HB 155 (Eighty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, 
Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, 
Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 


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Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 
Noes: J. Andersen, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Davies, Jore, Orr, 
Rehbein, Story, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Gallus, Jackson, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Kasten. 

Total 1 


HB 156 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Simon moved that HB 156 be passed for the day. Motion 
carried. 


HB 156 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Tropila moved HB 156 do pass. 


HB 156 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Tropila moved HB 156, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 1, line 23. 

Following: “page” 

Strike: “of” 

Insert: “or elsewhere in” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, 
McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Taylor. 

Total 1 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Guggenheim, Ohs, Swanson. 

Total 4 


383 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 156 


Motion that HB 156, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, 
Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Jore, Orr. 

Total 2 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Cobb, Ohs. 

Total 2 


HB 156 (Twenty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: C. Ahner, J. Andersen, 8S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, 
Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 96 
Noes: Adams, Curtiss, Jore, Orr. 

Total 4 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 


Total 0 


HB 156 (Fifty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. DePratu moved HB 156 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 156 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


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Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 158 (Seventy-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Ohs moved HB 158 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dale, Dell, 
Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 71 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Fuchs, Hanson, 
Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, McCann, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, Ryan, 
Shockley, Sliter, Story, Stovall, Thomas, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Zook. 
Total 28 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnhart. 
Total 1 


HB 158 (Seventy-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kitzenberg, 
Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rose, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Trexler, Tropila, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 


Total 76 


385 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 158 


Noes: Adams, Cobb, Curtiss, Davies, Eggers, Hanson, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, 
McCann, McGee, Orr, Peck, Raney, Rehbein, Ryan, Shockley, Story, Thomas, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 22 
Voted Absentee: Holden, McCulloch, Simon, Wyatt, Ayes; Eggers, No. 
Excused: Kasten. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Squires. 

Total 1 


HB 158 (Seventy-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - 
Senator L. Grosfield moved HB 158 be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 


Yeas: Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Cole, Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, 
Doherty, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, 
Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McNutt, 
Mesaros, Miller, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, 
Wilson, Mr. President. 


Total 36 


Nays: Bartlett, Christiaens, Eck, Glaser, Jergeson, Keenan, McCarthy, Mohl, 
Nelson, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Wells. 


Total 13 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Cocchiarella. 
Total 1 


HB 158 (Seventy-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate}, as 
amended by the Senate, concurred in as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Roush, Shea, 
Sprague, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Waterman, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 42 
Nays: Devlin, Jergeson, Mohl, Nelson, Stang, Swysgood, Toews, Wells. 

Total 8 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 158 (Eighty-second Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Ohs moved Senate amendments to HB 158 be 
concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 

Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Golie, Grinde, 


HB 158 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 386 


Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 73 
Noes: Buzzas, P. Clark, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Harper, Hurdle, Krenzler, Mangan, 
McCulloch, Peck, Raney, Schmidt, Squires, Swanson, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 25 
Voted Absentee: Davies, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Molnar. 

Total 2 


HB 158 (Eighty-third Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dell, Eggers, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Haines, Hanson, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, 
Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 75 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, P. Clark, Davies, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Hurdle, Jore, Kasten, Mangan, 
Menahan, Orr, Peck, Ryan, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 21 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Ayes. 
Excused: Dale, Smith. 

Total 2 
Absent or nct voting: S. Anderson, Wyatt. 

Total 2 


HB 167 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Johnson moved HB 167 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 


387 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 167 


Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 167 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, 
Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 100 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 167 (Fifty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator T. 
Keating moved HB 167 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 167 (Sixtieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, 
Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 


HB 168 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 388 


Total 49 
Nays: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 
Excused: Doherty. 
Total 1 


HB 168 (Twenty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Kasten moved HB 168 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, 
Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Rehbein, Rose, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 64 


Noes: Beck, Brainard, Buzzas, P. Clark, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Ewer, Facey, 
Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Jore, 
Krenzler, Lindeen, Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Menahan, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Swanson, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 36 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 168 (Twenty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Curtiss, Dale, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Haines, Hanson, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Masolo, McCann, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Rose, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Tash, Taylor, 
Thomas, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 67 


Noes: Adams, Beck, Buzzas, P. Clark, Davies, Ewer, Facey, Galvin-Halcro, 
Golie, Gutsche, Hagener, Harper, Harrington, Hurdle, Jore, Juneau, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Matthews, McCulloch, Orr, Pavlovich, Raney, Ryan, Squires, 
Swanson, Trexler, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt. 

Total 30 
Voted Absentee: Bitney, Aye; Juneau, No. 
Excused: None. 


389 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 168 


Total 0 
Absent or not voting: S. Anderson, Cobb, Schmidt. 
Total 3 


HB 168 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Taylor moved HB 168 be concurred in. After discussion, Senator Taylor made 
a substitute motion that consideration of HB 168 be moved to the bottom of 
the second reading board. Motion carried. 


HB 168 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
M. Taylor moved HB 168 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 168 (Fifty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 49 
Nays: Stang. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 170 (Fourteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Masolo moved HB 170 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook. 

Total 95 
Noes: Adams, Jore, Rehbein. 

Total 3 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Tuss, Ayes. 
Excused: Mr. Speaker. 


Total 1 


HB 170 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 390 


Absent or not voting: Eggers. 
Total 1 


HB 170 (Fifteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: Grinde, Jore. 

Total 2 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 170 (Forty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
F’. Thomas moved HB 170 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 170 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 171 (Tenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Representative 
Matthews moved HB 171 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


391 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 171 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, 
Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, 
Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 
Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 86 


Noes: P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Grinde, Jore, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, 
Sliter, Story, Vick, Wagner. 


Total 12 
Voted Absentee: Guggenheim, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: Dell. 

Total 1 


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HB 171 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McKenney, Menahan, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 88 
Noes: P. Bergsagel, E. Bergsagel, Jore, Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Orr, Rehbein, 
Story, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 11 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 171 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator V. 
Cocchiarella moved HB 171 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 171 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 392 


HB 171 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total O 


HB 172 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hibbard moved HB 172 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, 8S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, 
Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, 
Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, 
Mr. Speaker. 

Total 95 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Jore, Orr. 

Total 4 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total. 0 
Absent or not voting: Walters. 

Total 1 


HB 172 (Kighteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, 
Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, 
Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 


393 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 172 


Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, 
Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, 
Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 92 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, P. Clark, Jore, Orr, Vick. 
Total 6 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Bitney, Noennig. 
Total 2 


HB 172 (Fifty-third Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator R. 
Holden moved HB 172 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 172 (Fifty-fourth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 173 (Thirty-fifth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Somerville moved HB 173 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, Bitney, Brown, 
Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Noennig, Ohs, — 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 70 
Noes: Adams, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, R. 
Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Fisher, Fuchs, Haines, Holden, Jore, 
Kasten, McGee, Molnar, Mood, Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Sliter, Story, Taylor, 
Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters. 


HB 173 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 394 


Total 29 
Voted Absentee: Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Rose, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Barnett. 

Total 1 


HB 173 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, Brown, Buzzas, P. Clark, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, Menahan, Noennig, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Tropila, Tuss, Williams, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 
Total 67 
Noes: Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, E. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, McGee, McKenney, Molnar, Mood, Ohs, 
Orr, Rehbein, Shockley, Story, Taylor, Trexler, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Witt. 
Total 33 


Voted Absentee: Erickson, Galvin-Halcro, Hanson, Rose, Schmidt, Ayes; 
Bitney, Brainard, Taylor, Noes. 
Excused: None. 
Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 173 (Fifty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
W. Crismore moved HB 173 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 173 (Fifty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 


Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Lynch, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, 
Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Tester, Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wilson, 
Mr. President. j 


Total 45 

Nays: Keenan, Miller, Taylor, Wells. 
Total 4 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Mahlum. 


395 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 174 
Total 1 


HB 174 (Sixty-ninth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Hibbard moved HB 174 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, Dale, Davies, 
Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lindeen, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, 
Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 75 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Galvin-Halcro, 
Hagener, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Lenhart, Mangan, McCann, McGee, Orr, 
Peck, Shockley, Smith, Taylor, Tuss, Vick, Wyatt, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 24 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Hanson. 

Total 1 


HB 174 (Seventieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, Bitney, 
Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 81 
Noes: Adams, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Buzzas, P. Clark, Cobb, 
Curtiss, Eggers, Hagener, Hurdle, Kasten, Lawson, Mangan, McCann, Smith, 
Taylor, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 18 
Voted Absentee: Taylor, No. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Orr. 

Total 1 


HB 174 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 396 


HB 174 (Eightieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator F. 
Thomas moved HB 174 be concurred in. Motion carried with Senator 
Jergeson voting nay. 


HB 174 (Eighty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Keating, 
Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: Doherty, Jergeson. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 174 (Eighty-fourth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - Senate 
Amendments - Representative Hibbard moved Senate amendments to HB 174 
be concurred in. Motion carried as follows: 
Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. 
Clark, Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, 
Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, 
Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, 
Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, McCulloch, 
McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, 
Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. 
Speaker. 

Total 84 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Cobb, Curtiss, Eggers, Jore, Lawson, McCann, 
Peck, Tuss. 


Total 10 
Voted Absentee: Kitzenberg, Aye; Cobb, Curtiss, Noes. 
Excused: Dale, Kasten. 
Total 2 
Absent or not voting: Grinde, Harrington, Matthews, Sliter. 
Total 4 


HB 174 (KHighty-fifth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House}, as amended 
by the Senate, passed as follows: 

Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, 


397 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 175 


Davies, Dell, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, 
Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Masolo, Matthews, McCulloch, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, 
Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 81 


Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, P. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Eggers, Galvin-Halcro, 
Hagener, Jore, Kasten, Lawson, Mangan, McCann, McGee, Orr, Peck, 
Shockley, Taylor, Tuss. 

Total 19 
Voted Absentee: Dale, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 175 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gillan moved HB 175 do pass. 


HB 175 (Eighteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Gillan moved HB 175, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 3, line 20. 

Following: first “administrator” 

Insert: “or by the secretary of state” 

Following: second “administrator” 

Insert: “or to the secretary of state” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Facey, 
Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Hurdle, Jackson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, 
Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 


Total 90 

Noes: None. 
Total 0 

Excused: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson. 
Total 6 

Absent or not voting: Cobb, Grinde, Holden, Sliter. 


HB 175 56TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION - 1999 398 


Total 4 


Motion that HB 175, as amended, do pass carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, P. 
Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, 
Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: E. Bergsagel. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Curtiss, Ewer, Fisher, Johnson, Soft, Swanson, Ayes. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 175 (Twentieth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, 
Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, 
Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, 
Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, 
Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, 
Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, 
Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Taylor. 

Total 1 


HB 175 (Thirty-sixth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator J. 
Tester moved HB 175 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


399 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 175 


HB 175 (Thirty-seventh Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred 
in as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, 
Thomas, Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 50 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 176 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Bergsagel moved HB 176, second reading copy, be amended as 
follows: 

1. Page 7, line 19. 


Strike: “subsection” 
Insert: “subsections (4) and” 


Amendment passed as follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, 8. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Jore, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, 
Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 97 
Noes: Beck, Juneau. 

Total 2 
Excused: Fisher. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 

Motion that HB 176 do pass as amended carried as follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 


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Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, 
Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 99 
Noes: Jore. 

Total 1 
Voted Absentee: Fisher, Aye. 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 176 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Bergsagel moved consideration of HB 176 be placed at the 
bottom of the second reading board for the purpose of adding an amendment. 
Motion carried. 


HB 176 (Seventeenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative KE. Bergsagel moved HB 176 do pass. 


HB 176 (Nineteenth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as 
follows: 
Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Barnhart, Beck, E. 
Bergsagel, P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, 
E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Curtiss, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, 
Grinde, Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, 
Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, 
Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, 
Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, Menahan, Molnar, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Orr, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, 
Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, 
Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, 
Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 98 
Noes: Jore. 

Total 1 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: Sliter. 

Total 1 


HB 176 (Fiftieth Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator M. 
Halligan moved HB 176 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


401 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 176 


HB 176 (Fifty-first Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in as 
follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cocchiarella, Cole, 
Crismore, DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Franklin, 
Glaser, Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, 
Jergeson, Keating, Keenan, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, 
Miller, Mohl, Nelson, Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, 
Toews, Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: None. 

Total 0 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: Ellis, Swysgood. 

Total 2 


HB 179 (Eleventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Sliter moved HB 179 do pass. Motion carried as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, P. Bergsagel, Barnhart, E. Bergsagel, 
Bitney, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Hedges, Hibbard, 
Holden, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, 
Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McKenney, Mood, 
Noennig, Ohs, Peck, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Sliter, Smith, 
Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 
Total 76 


Noes: Adams, Barnett, Beck, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Curtiss, Davies, 
Gallus, Golie, Harrington, Hurdle, Jore, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, 
Molnar, Orr, Pavlovich, Quilici, Rehbein, Squires, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 23 
Voted Absentee: Hanson, Aye. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 179 (Twelfth Legislative Day - Third Reading - House} passed as follows: 


Ayes: Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnhart, Beck, E. Bergsagel, Bitney, 
Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Dell, Eggers, 
Erickson, Ewer, Facey, Fisher, Fuchs, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Grinde, 
Guggenheim, Gutsche, Hagener, Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, 
Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, Jackson, Johnson, Juneau, Kasten, 
Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, 
McCann, McKenney, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Raney, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, 
Shockley, Sliter, Smith, Soft, Somerville, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, 


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Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, Tropila, Tuss, Walters, Williams, Witt, Wyatt, 
Younkin, Zook, Mr. Speaker. 

Total 77 
Noes: Adams, P. Bergsagel, Barnett, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Curtiss, 
Davies, Gallus, Golie, Jore, McCulloch, McGee, Menahan, Molnar, Orr, 
Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Rehbein, Squires, Vick, Wagner. 

Total 22 
Voted Absentee: S. Anderson, Bitney, Dell, Hanson, Hurdle, Krenzler, Witt, 
Wyatt, Ayes; Brainard, Curtiss, Rehbein, Wagner, Noes. 
Excused: Simon. 

Total 1 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 


HB 179 (Forty-seventh Legislative Day - Second Reading - Senate} - Senator 
B. Keenan moved HB 179 be concurred in. Motion carried unanimously. 


HB 179 (Forty-eighth Legislative Day - Third Reading - Senate} concurred in 
as follows: 
Yeas: Bartlett, Beck, Berry, Bishop, Bohlinger, Christiaens, Cole, Crismore, 
DePratu, Devlin, Doherty, Eck, Ekegren, Ellingson, Ellis, Franklin, Glaser, 
Grimes, Grosfield, Halligan, Hargrove, Harp, Hertel, Holden, Jabs, Jergeson, 
Keating, Lynch, Mahlum, McCarthy, McNutt, Mesaros, Miller, Mohl, Nelson, 
Roush, Shea, Sprague, Stang, Swysgood, Taylor, Tester, Thomas, Toews, 
Waterman, Wells, Wilson, Mr. President. 

Total 48 
Nays: Cocchiarella, Keenan. 

Total 2 
Absent or not voting: None. 

Total 0 
Excused: None. 

Total 0 


HB 180 (Fourteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Soft moved HB 180, as amended, do pass. Motion carried as 
follows: 


Ayes: Adams, Ahner, J. Andersen, S. Anderson, Barnett, Beck, E. Bergsagel, 
P. Bergsagel, Bitney, Bookout-Reinicke, Brainard, Brown, Buzzas, E. Clark, P. 
Clark, R. Clark, Cobb, Dale, Davies, Dell, Eggers, Erickson, Ewer, Facey, 
Fisher, Fuchs, Gallus, Galvin-Halcro, Gillan, Golie, Grinde, Gutsche, Hagener, 
Haines, Hanson, Harper, Harrington, Hedges, Hibbard, Holden, Hurdle, 
Jackson, Johnson, Kasten, Kitzenberg, Krenzler, Lawson, Lenhart, Lindeen, 
Mangan, Masolo, Matthews, McCann, McCulloch, McGee, McKenney, 
Menahan, Molnar, Mood, Noennig, Ohs, Pavlovich, Peck, Quilici, Raney, 
Rehbein, Rose, Ryan, Schmidt, Shockley, Simon, Sliter, Smith, Soft, 
Somerville, Squires, Story, Stovall, Swanson, Tash, Taylor, Thomas, Trexler, 
Tropila, Tuss, Vick, Wagner, Walters, Williams, Witt, Younkin, Zook. 

Total 92 


403 SECOND AND THIRD READING VOTES HB 180 


Noes: Barnhart, Curtiss, Guggenheim, Jore, Juneau, Orr, Wyatt. 
Total 7 

Voted Absentee: Tuss, Aye; Curtiss, No. 

Excused: Mr. Speaker. 
Total 1 

Absent or not voting: None. 
Total 0 


HB 180 (Fourteenth Legislative Day - Second Reading - House} - 
Representative Soft moved HB 180 do pass. 


HB 180 (Fourteenth Legislative Day - Second R