Legislature(1999 - 2000)
1999-09-25 Senate JournalFull Journal pdf
1999-09-25 Senate Journal Page 1858 SB 130 Senator Mackie moved that 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 become law notwithstanding the Governors veto. Senator Halford called the Joint Session. The call was satisfied. Representative Barnes rose to a point of order. President Pearce ruled the Senator out of order. 1999-09-25 Senate Journal Page 1859 SB 130 The question being Shall HOUSE CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 130(JUD) become law notwithstanding the Governors veto? The roll of the Senate was called with the following result: SENATE HCS SB 130(JUD) Override Veto YEAS: 15 NAYS: 5 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Torgerson, Ward, Wilken, Donley, Green, Halford, Kelly Pete, Kelly Tim, Leman, Mackie, Miller, Parnell, Phillips, Taylor, Pearce Nays: Adams, Ellis, Elton, Hoffman, Lincoln The roll of the House was taken with the following result: HOUSE HCS SB 130(JUD) Override Veto YEAS: 28 NAYS: 12 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Austerman, Barnes, Bunde, Coghill, Cowdery, Croft, Davis, Dyson, Foster, Green, Grussendorf, Halcro, Harris, Hudson, James, Kohring, Kott, Masek, Morgan, Mulder, Ogan, Phillips, Porter, Rokeberg, Sanders, Therriault, Whitaker, Williams Nays: Berkowitz, Brice, Cissna, Davies, Joule, Kapsner, Kemplen, Kerttula, Kookesh, Moses, Murkowski, Smalley TOTALS: YEAS: 43 NAYS: 17 and so, the Governors veto of HOUSE CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 130(JUD) was overridden and the engrossed and enrolled copies were returned to the Office of the Governor at 3:35 p.m., September 25, 1999. Senator Mackie moved and asked unanimous consent that the Joint Session stand in adjournment. Without objection, President Pearce adjourned the Joint Session at 2:34 p.m.