Legislature(2005 - 2006)

2006-05-04 Senate Journal

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2006-05-04                     Senate Journal                      Page 3172
HB 389                                                                                            
HOUSE BILL NO. 389 was read the third time.                                                         

2006-05-04                     Senate Journal                      Page 3173
The question being: "Shall HOUSE BILL NO. 389 "An Act relating to                                   
tourist accommodations permits and to penalties for failing to comply                               
with permitting requirements; removing a requirement that persons                                   
operating tourist accommodations post certain laws and regulations on                               
the premises; and providing for an effective date" pass the Senate?"                                
The roll was taken with the following result:                                                       
HB 389                                                                                              
Third Reading - Final Passage                                                                       
Effective Date                                                                                      
YEAS:  20   NAYS:  0   EXCUSED:  0   ABSENT:  0                                                   
Yeas:  Bunde, Cowdery, Davis, Dyson, Ellis, Elton, French, Green,                                   
Guess, Hoffman, Huggins, Kookesh, Olson, Seekins, Stedman,                                          
Stevens B, Stevens G, Therriault, Wagoner, Wilken                                                   
and so, HOUSE BILL NO. 389 passed the Senate.                                                       
Senator Gary Stevens moved and asked unanimous consent that the                                     
vote on the passage of the bill be considered the vote on the effective                             
date clause. Without objection, it was so ordered and the bill was                                  
signed by the President and Secretary and returned to the House.