Legislature(1995 - 1996)
1996-05-04 House JournalFull Journal pdf
1996-05-04 House Journal Page 4354 SB 304 The following was read the second time: CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 304(RLS) am An Act relating to the permanent disqualification of certain individuals who have been absent from the state for payments under the longevity bonus program; relating to unpaid sabbaticals 1996-05-04 House Journal Page 4355 SB 304 under the longevity bonus program; and providing for an effective date. with the: Journal Page STA RPT 6DP 4142 SENATE FISCAL NOTE (ADM) 3/15/96 4143 FIN REFERRAL WAIVED 4283 Representative Vezey moved and asked unanimous consent that CSSB304(RLS) am be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading and placed on final passage. There being no objection, it was so ordered. CSSB 304(RLS) am was read the third time. The following members moved and asked unanimous consent that they be allowed to abstain from voting due to a conflict of interest: Representative Willis Representative James Objection was heard, and the members were required to vote. The question being: Shall CSSB 304(RLS) am pass the House? The roll was taken with the following result: CSSB 304(RLS) am Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 36 NAYS: 1 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 3 Yeas: Austerman, Barnes, Brice, Brown, Bunde, B.Davis, G.Davis, Elton, Finkelstein, Foster, Green, Grussendorf, Ivan, James, Kelly, Kohring, Kott, Kubina, Long, Mackie, Masek, Moses, Mulder, Navarre, Nicholia, Ogan, Parnell, Phillips, Porter, Robinson, Rokeberg, Sanders, Toohey, Vezey, Williams, Willis Nays: Davies 1996-05-04 House Journal Page 4356 SB 304 Absent: Hanley, Martin, Therriault And so, CSSB 304(RLS) am passed the House. Representative Vezey 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. CSSB 304(RLS) am was signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk and returned to the Senate.