Legislature(2019 - 2020)
2020-02-28 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2020-02-28 House Journal Page 1727 HB 133 The following, which was advanced to third reading from the February 26 calendar (page 1705), was read the third time: HOUSE BILL NO. 133 "An Act relating to care of juveniles and to juvenile justice; relating to employment of juvenile probation officers by the Department of Health and Social Services; relating to terms used in juvenile justice; relating to mandatory reporters of child abuse or neglect; relating to sexual assault in the third degree; relating to sexual assault in the fourth degree; repealing a requirement for administrative revocation of a minor's driver's license, permit, privilege to drive, or privilege to obtain a license for consumption or possession of alcohol or drugs; and providing for an effective date." The question being: "Shall HB 133 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 133 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 35 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 5 ABSENT: 0 2020-02-28 House Journal Page 1728 Yeas: Carpenter, Claman, Drummond, Eastman, Edgmon, Fields, Foster, Gillis, Hannan, Hopkins, Johnson, Johnston, Josephson, Knopp, Kopp, Kreiss-Tomkins, LeBon, Lincoln, Merrick, Neuman, Ortiz, Prax, Pruitt, Rasmussen, Spohnholz, Story, Stutes, Sullivan-Leonard, Talerico, Tarr, Thompson, Tilton, Vance, Wool, Zulkosky Excused: Jackson, LeDoux, Rauscher, Shaw, Tuck And so, HB 133 passed the House. Representative Thompson 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. HB 133 was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment.