Legislature(1999 - 2000)

1999-05-19 House Journal

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1999-05-19                     House Journal                      Page 1655
SB 130                                                                       
The following, which was advanced to third reading from the May 18,            
1999, calendar (page 1604), was read the third time:                           
HOUSE CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 130(JUD)                                         
"An Act relating to immunity for sale or transfer of a firearm;               
relating to administrative functions performed by and fees charged             
by the Department of Public Safety for transfer of a firearm."                 
**The presence of Representative Sanders was noted.                            
The question being:  "Shall HCS SB 130(JUD) pass the House?"  The              
roll was taken with the following result:                                      

1999-05-19                     House Journal                      Page 1656
SB 130                                                                       
HCS SB 130(JUD)                                                                
Third Reading                                                                  
Final Passage                                                                  
YEAS:  33   NAYS:  5   EXCUSED:  0   ABSENT:  2                              
Yeas:  Austerman, Barnes, Brice, Bunde, Cissna, Coghill, Cowdery,              
Croft, Davies, Davis, Dyson, Foster, Green, Grussendorf, Halcro,               
Harris, Hudson, James, Kemplen, Kohring, Kott, Masek, Morgan,                  
Mulder, Ogan, Phillips, Porter, Rokeberg, Sanders, Smalley, Therriault,        
Whitaker, Williams                                                             
Nays:  Berkowitz, Joule, Kapsner, Kerttula, Murkowski                          
Absent:  Kookesh, Moses                                                        
And so, HCS SB 130(JUD) passed the House and was referred to the               
Chief Clerk for engrossment.                                                   
The Speaker stated that, without objection, the House would advance