Legislature(1993 - 1994)

04/25/1994 04:30 PM JUD

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* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
= bill was previously heard/scheduled
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 SENATOR TAYLOR brought  CSHB 367(JUD) am  (PROHIBITED HIGHWAY                 
 ADVERTISING) before the committee as the next order of business.              
 SENATOR TAYLOR noted that Senator Frank had requested that his                
 original version of the legislation be passed out of committee, but           
 because it did not have the provision relating to municipalities,             
 it was decided to wait for the House version.                                 
                                                                               
 In reviewing the previous hearing by the committee on HB 367,                 
 SENATOR TAYLOR said he wanted to have as clean a bill as possible             
 under the federal law which would not involve municipal                       
 interference on that question.  Senator Little wanted the bill not            
 to apply to municipalities unless they chose to apply it to                   
 themselves.                                                                   
                                                                               
 SENATOR LITTLE said the way the bill is written in Section 4 on               
 page 3, lines 16 - 20, is that the municipality's existing                    
 ordinances would remain in effect after passage of this bill.                 
 SENATOR TAYLOR agreed with her interpretation.                                
                                                                               
 Number 305                                                                    
 SENATOR LITTLE proposed an amendment on page 2, line 26, to replace           
 "8 feet by 12 feet" with "4 feet by 8 feet."  After brief                     
 discussion on the amendment and there being no objection to the its           
 adoption, the Chairman stated the amendment was approved.                     
                                                                               
 There being no motion to move HB 367 out of committee, the                    
 committee went on to the next order of business.                              

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