Assembly Journal
One-Hundred and First Regular Session
  THURSDAY, January 30, 2014
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date:
Amendments Offered
hist18082Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Bill 369 offered by committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage.
hist18004Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 385 offered by Representative Bies.
hist18068Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 432 offered by Representatives Clark and Smith.
hist18063Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Amendment 4 to Assembly Bill 581 offered by committee on Family Law.
hist17986Assembly Amendment 2 to Assembly Bill 620 offered by Representative Johnson.
hist18218Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Bill 649 offered by Representative Craig.
Administrative Rules
Relating to jails.
Submitted by Department of Corrections.
hist16830Report received from Agency, January 15, 2014.
hist18169To committee on Corrections.
Referred on January 30, 2014.
Introduction and Reference of Proposals
Read first time and referred:
hist16833Assembly Joint Resolution 83
Relating to: proclaiming the third week of June as Pollinator Week.
By Representatives Ballweg, Bernard Schaber, Bewley, Bies, Krug, Murtha, Nass, Ohnstad, A. Ott, Ripp, Shankland, Strachota and Tittl; cosponsored by Senators Olsen, Harsdorf, Lassa, Miller and Risser.
hist18064To committee on Rules.
hist17069Assembly Bill 686
Relating to: a state minimum wage, extending the time limit for emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from rule-making procedures, and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority.
By Representatives Mason, Genrich, Barnes, Riemer, Barca, Kolste, Pasch, Ohnstad, Goyke, Shankland, Sargent, C. Taylor, Wachs, Wright, Zamarripa, Pope, Kessler, Johnson, Billings, Clark, Berceau, Danou, Hebl, Young, Zepnick, Hesselbein, Hintz, Richards, Ringhand, Kahl, Hulsey, Milroy, Jorgensen and Sinicki; cosponsored by Senators Wirch, Harris, C. Larson, Lehman, Hansen, Carpenter, Erpenbach, T. Cullen, Miller, Risser, Vinehout and L. Taylor.
hist18065To committee on Labor.
hist16829Assembly Bill 687
Relating to: payment of wages by electronic fund transfer to a payroll card account.
By Representatives Ohnstad, Barnes, Johnson, Kahl, Sargent, T. Larson, Mason, Goyke, Bewley, Shankland, Bernard Schaber, Bernier, Pope, Berceau, Ringhand, Genrich, Kessler, C. Taylor, Sinicki, Krug, Richards and Kolste; cosponsored by Senators Harris, Wirch, Lehman, L. Taylor and C. Larson.
hist18066To committee on Labor.
hist17814Assembly Bill 688
Relating to: eligibility for a broker's or salesperson's license or a time-share salesperson's certificate of registration following a criminal conviction, immunity for employing real estate brokers in certain actions, granting rule-making authority, and providing a penalty.
By Representatives Knudson, Murtha, Brooks, Jacque, Kahl, Krug, A. Ott and Bernier; cosponsored by Senators Farrow and Schultz.
hist18067To committee on Housing and Real Estate.
hist18162Assembly Bill 689
Relating to: transferring responsibility over biennial updating of voter registration list to the Government Accountability Board.
By Representatives Thiesfeldt and Bernier; cosponsored by Senator Lazich.
hist18164To committee on Campaigns and Elections.
hist18165Assembly Bill 690
Relating to: reporting registration and voting statistics.
By Representatives Thiesfeldt, Bernier, Pridemore and Weininger; cosponsored by Senator Lazich.
hist18166To committee on Campaigns and Elections.
Committee Reports
The committee on Children and Families reports and recommends:
Assembly Bill 554
Relating to: creating a statewide program to review child deaths and providing a penalty.
Ayes: 10 - Representatives Krug, Loudenbeck, Schraa, Spiros, Kerkman, Neylon, C. Taylor, Billings, Johnson and Kahl.
Noes: 0.
hist18230To joint committee on Finance.
Assembly Bill 570
Relating to: extended out-of-home care to 21 years of age for children with individualized education programs, providing an exemption from emergency rule procedures, providing an exemption from rule-making procedures, and granting rule-making authority.