Legislature(1995 - 1996)
1996-04-24 House JournalFull Journal pdf
1996-04-24 House Journal Page 4006 SB 261 The following, which was advanced to third reading from the April 22, 1996, calendar (page 3929), was read the third time: SENATE BILL NO. 261 An Act relating to the release of employment security records; relating to an injunction or an employer's security for delinquent unemployment insurance contributions; extending time periods for redeterminations and appeals for unemployment insurance; relating to the overpayment or the redetermination of unemployment insurance benefits; relating to availability for work, seeking work, and the calculation of wages for unemployment insurance purposes; relating to voluntary federal tax withholding from unemployment insurance benefits; relating to the binding effect of unemployment compensation decisions; relating to the definition of `waiting week' for employment security purposes; and providing for an effective date. The question being: Shall SB 261 pass the House? The roll was taken with the following result: SB 261 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 33 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 3 ABSENT: 4 Yeas: Austerman, Barnes, Brice, Brown, Bunde, Davies, B.Davis, G.Davis, Elton, Finkelstein, Green, Grussendorf, Hanley, Kelly, Kohring, Kott, Kubina, Long, Mackie, Martin, Masek, Moses, Mulder, Ogan, Parnell, Phillips, Porter, Robinson, Therriault, Toohey, Vezey, Williams, Willis Excused: James, Navarre, Nicholia Absent: Foster, Ivan, Rokeberg, Sanders And so, SB 261 passed the House. Representative Vezey moved and asked unanimous consent that the roll call on the passage of the bill be considered the roll call on the effective date clause. There being no objection, it was so ordered. 1996-04-24 House Journal Page 4007 SB 261 SB 261 was signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk and returned to the Senate.