Monday, February 28, 2005
Ninety-Seventh Regular Session
Assembly Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
Assembly amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 117 offered by Representative Gunderson.
Administrative Rules
Relating to allowing the operation of double bottoms and certain other vehicles on certain specified highways.
Report received from Agency, February 23, 2005.
To committee on Transportation.
Referred on February 28, 2005.
Introduction and Reference
of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
Assembly Joint Resolution 18
Relating to: declaring March 10, 2005, Tibet Day.
By Representatives Parisi, Black, Pope-Roberts, Seidel, Pocan, Berceau, Davis, Bies, Hebl and Lehman; cosponsored by Senator Miller .
To committee on Rules.
Assembly Bill 140
Relating to: providing rules for allocations between principal and income for trusts and estates and authorizing the conversion of a trust to a unitrust.
By Representative Hundertmark ; cosponsored by Senator Stepp .
To committee on Financial Institutions .
Assembly Bill 141
Relating to: lowering the legal drinking age for certain persons.
By Representatives Pettis, Suder, Musser, Albers, Boyle, Gronemus, Hahn, Hines, F. Lasee, Van Roy, Vruwink, Wood and Kaufert; cosponsored by Senators A. Lasee, Breske, Decker, Hansen and Leibham.
To committee on State Affairs.
Assembly Bill 142
Relating to: prohibiting an organization or affiliate of an organization that engages in abortion-related activities from receiving certain public funds, prohibiting an organization that receives certain public funds from using other public and private funds for abortion-related activities, specifying restrictions on affiliation between certain organizations, changing the types of information that may be provided by organizations that receive the funds, changing requirements related to the maternal and child health program and family planning services, and requiring audits.
By Representatives Suder, Kleefisch, Petrowski, Hines, Van Roy, Gundrum, Hahn, Freese, Kerkman, Nass, LeMahieu, Bies, Owens, Hundertmark, Wood, Albers, J. Fitzgerald, Mursau, Pridemore, Ott, Kreibich, Gunderson, Honadel, Nischke, Towns, Kestell, Meyer, Gielow, McCormick, Krawczyk and Loeffelholz; cosponsored by Senators Leibham, Kanavas, Roessler, Reynolds, Kedzie, Lazich, Cowles, Zien, Grothman, S. Fitzgerald and A. Lasee.
To committee on State Affairs.
Assembly Bill 143
Relating to: access to presentence investigation reports.
By Representatives Van Roy, Krawczyk, Kerkman, Bies, Owens, Hines, Hahn, Vos, Petrowski, Hundertmark, Albers, Townsend, Gunderson and Ott; cosponsored by Senators Cowles, A. Lasee, Lassa and Wirch.
To committee on Corrections and the Courts .
Assembly Bill 144
Relating to: designating and marking a portion of STH 19 as the Georgia O'Keeffe Memorial Highway.
By Representatives Hahn, Hebl, Van Roy, Owens, Lothian, Ballweg, Pope-Roberts, Stone, Hines, Gronemus and Lehman; cosponsored by Senators Miller, Robson, Kanavas and Wirch.
To committee on Transportation.
Assembly Bill 145
Relating to: creating an income and franchise tax credit for livestock farm modernization or expansion.
A102 By Representatives Nerison, Gronemus, Ott, Gard, Vruwink, Ainsworth, Towns, Loeffelholz, Suder, Kestell, Albers, Ballweg, Davis, Freese, Gunderson, Hahn, Krawczyk, McCormick, Musser, Hundertmark, Owens, Pettis and Townsend; cosponsored by Senators Kapanke, Erpenbach, A. Lasee and Roessler.
To committee on Agriculture.
Committee Reports
The joint survey committee on Tax Exemptions reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 6
Relating to: creating an individual income tax subtract modification for amounts spent on medical insurance premiums by certain individuals.
Adoption of Report:
Ayes: 7 - Representatives Montgomery, Hahn and Hubler; Senators Harsdorf, Kanavas and Jauch; and Mr. F. Thomas Creeron.
Noes: 2 - Secretary Michael Morgan and Ms. Kathryn Dunn.
Phil Montgomery
Assembly Chairperson
Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions