Legislature(1999 - 2000)

2000-03-31 House Journal

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2000-03-31                     House Journal                      Page 2816
HB 422                                                                       
The following, which was advanced to third reading from the                    
March30, 2000, calendar (page 2794), was read the third time:                  
HOUSE BILL NO. 422                                                            
"An Act relating to workers' compensation benefits for injuries               
resulting from consumption of alcohol or use of drugs; and                     
providing for an effective date."                                              

2000-03-31                     House Journal                      Page 2817
HB 422                                                                       
**Representative Sanders had been previously excused from a call of            
the House today (page 2771).                                                   
The question being:  "Shall HB 422 pass the House?"  The roll was              
taken with the following result:                                               
HB 422                                                                         
Third Reading                                                                  
Final Passage                                                                  
YEAS:  29   NAYS:  3   EXCUSED:  4   ABSENT:  4                              
Yeas:  Austerman, Barnes, Brice, Bunde, Coghill, Cowdery, Davis,               
Dyson, Foster, Green, Halcro, Harris, Hudson, James, Joule, Kohring,           
Kott, Masek, Morgan, Mulder, Murkowski, Ogan, Phillips, Porter,                
Rokeberg, Smalley, Therriault, Whitaker, Williams                              
Nays:  Berkowitz, Cissna, Kerttula                                             
Excused:  Kapsner, Kookesh, Moses, Sanders                                     
Absent:  Croft, Davies, Grussendorf, Kemplen                                   
And so, HB 422 passed the House.                                               
Representative Green 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.           
HB 422 was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment.