Legislature(1997 - 1998)

1998-05-09 Senate Journal

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1998-05-09                     Senate Journal                      Page 3939
HB 486                                                                       
Senator Halford requested that the reconsideration on CS FOR                   
HOUSE BILL NO. 486(L&C) am S be taken up. The bill was                         
before the Senate on reconsideration.                                          

1998-05-09                     Senate Journal                      Page 3940
HB 486                                                                       
Senator Lincoln moved and asked unanimous consent that she be                  
allowed to abstain from voting because of a conflict of interest.              
Objections were heard and Senator Lincoln was required to vote.                
The question to be reconsidered: Shall CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO.                   
486(L&C) am S An Act relating to the Alaska Securities Act; and                
providing for an effective date pass the Senate? The roll was taken            
with the following result:                                                     
CSHB 486(L&C) am S                                                             
Third Reading - On Reconsideration                                             
Effective Dates                                                                
YEAS:  14   NAYS:  6   EXCUSED:  0   ABSENT:  0                              
Yeas:  Donley, Green, Halford, Kelly, Leman, Miller, Parnell, Pearce,          
Phillips, Sharp, Taylor, Torgerson, Ward, Wilken                               
Nays:  Adams, Duncan, Ellis, Hoffman, Lincoln, Mackie                          
and so, CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 486(L&C) am S passed the                         
Senate on reconsideration.                                                     
Senator Taylor moved and asked unanimous consent that the vote on              
the passage of the bill be considered the vote on the effective date           
clauses. Without objection, it was so ordered and the bill was                 
referred to the Secretary for engrossment.