Legislature(1995 - 1996)

04/03/1995 03:10 PM L&C

Audio Topic
* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
= bill was previously heard/scheduled
 HB 224 - STATE PLUMBING CODE                                                
 CHAIRMAN KOTT said there was no further bills to come before the              
 committee.  However, in the previous meeting, the committee had               
 passed out HB 224.  Since that time, the subcommittee chairman had            
 discovered that another problem may have been created that they had           
 not yet discussed.  He asked unanimous consent in rescinding the              
 committee's previous action of March 31.  The bill had not been               
 transmitted to the Chief Clerk as of yet.  They would notice it on            
 Wednesday, April 5, 1995.                                                     
 Number 307                                                                    
 REPRESENTATIVE ELTON made motion that the House Labor and Commerce            
 Standing Committee rescind their action in passing out HB 224, and            
 asked unanimous consent.                                                      
 CHAIRMAN KOTT asked if there were objections.  Hearing none, the              
 action was rescinded.  HB 224 would be back before the committee on           
 Monday, April 10.                                                             
 Number 314                                                                    
 REPRESENTATIVE PORTER asked what the problem was.                             
 CHAIRMAN KOTT responded that it was a health and safety issue                 
 concerning the substance circulated through the single wall heat              
 exchangers versus the double wall exchangers.  He announced that              
 Wednesday's meeting had been canceled due to majority caucus.                 
 Monday, April 10 would be a work session on HB 251.  Wednesday they           
 would bring up a proposed CS for HB 224.                                      
 Number 339                                                                    
 REPRESENTATIVE ELTON pointed out that if HB 224 was sent back to a            
 subcommittee, a new subcommittee chairman should be appointed.                
 Number 348                                                                    
 CHAIRMAN KOTT stated that it was not his intent to send the bill              
 back to subcommittee.  He felt they could eliminate the sunset                
 provision, and thereby remedy the problem.                                    

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