Legislature(1995 - 1996)

05/08/1995 02:05 PM FIN

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  CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 233(FIN) am                                            
       An  Act extending the termination date  of the Board of                 
       Clinical Social Work Examiners, Board of Marine Pilots,                 
       Board  of  Marital and  Family  Therapy,  State Medical                 
       Board,  Board  of  Nursing, Board  of  Psychologist and                 
       Psychological   Associate   Examiners,    Real   Estate                 
       Commission,   Special    Education   Service    Agency,                 
       Correctional  Industries   Commission,  and   Hazardous                 
       Substance   Spill   Technology   Review  Council;   and                 
       providing for an effective date.                                        
  Co-chairman  Halford  directed  that  CSHB  233  (Fin)am  be                 
  brought on for discussion and noted May 7, 1995, adoption of                 
  amendments to be incorporated within SCS CSHB 233 (Fin).  He                 
  then advised that the bill was  ready for a motion.  Senator                 
  Rieger MOVED that  SCS CSHB 233  (Fin) pass from  committee.                 
  No objection  having been  raised, SCS  CSHB  233 (Fin)  was                 
  REPORTED OUT of committee with a  $35.0 fiscal note from the                 
  Dept. of  Environmental Conservation,  a $1,966.8 note  from                 
  the Dept. of  Education, a note  from the Dept. of  Commerce                 
  and  Economic  Development  showing costs  of  $1,462.0  and                 
  revenues  of  $526.7, and  zero  notes  from  the  Dept.  of                 
  Administration and  the Dept.  of Transportation  and Public                 
  Facilities.  Senator Rieger signed the committee report with                 
  a  "do  pass"  recommendation.     Co-chairman  Halford  and                 
  Senators   Phillips,   Sharp,   and   Zharoff   signed   "no                 

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