Legislature(2017 - 2018)
2017-02-08 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2017-02-08 House Journal Page 0213 HB 16 The following, which was advanced to third reading from the February 6 calendar (page 196), was read the third time: HOUSE BILL NO. 16 "An Act relating to training regarding disabilities for police officers, probation officers, parole officers, correctional officers, and village public safety officers; relating to guidelines for drivers when encountering or being stopped by a peace officer; relating to driver's license examinations; and relating to a voluntary disability designation on a state identification card and a driver's license." Representative Eastman moved and asked unanimous consent that HB 16 be returned to second reading for the specific purpose of considering Amendment No. 1. There being no objection, it was so ordered. Amendment No. 1 was offered by Representative Eastman: Page 2, lines 13 - 14: Delete all material and insert: "(D) federal law concerning the treatment of persons with disabilities;" Representative Eastman moved and asked unanimous consent that Amendment No. 1 be adopted. Representative Thompson objected. Representative Eastman moved and asked unanimous consent to withdraw Amendment No. 1. There being no objection, it was so ordered. Representative Millett moved and asked unanimous consent to abstain from voting because of a conflict of interest. Objection was heard, and 2017-02-08 House Journal Page 0214 she was required to vote. The question being: "Shall HB 16 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 16 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 38 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 2 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Birch, Chenault, Claman, Drummond, Eastman, Edgmon, Fansler, Foster, Gara, Grenn, Guttenberg, Johnson, Johnston, Josephson, Kawasaki, Kito, Knopp, Kopp, Kreiss-Tomkins, LeDoux, Millett, Ortiz, Parish, Pruitt, Rauscher, Reinbold, Saddler, Seaton, Spohnholz, Stutes, Sullivan-Leonard, Talerico, Tarr, Thompson, Tilton, Tuck, Wilson, Wool Excused: Neuman, Westlake And so, HB 16 passed the House and was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment.