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1997 House Roll Calls
CCS 1 SB 1 (09/18/1997.S2): House adopt conference report for the economic development bill of tax breaks for developers.
CCS HB 811 (05/16/1997): House 3rd read the final conference version of the bill to establish a purchasing pool for child health insurance and extend Medicaid coverage for children.
CCS HB 491 (05/16/1997): House 3rd read the tax-cut bill that includes a 3-cent per dollar reduction in the sales tax on groceries.
SS SB 275 (05/14/1997): House 3rd read and send the governor a ban on partial birth abortion.
SS HS HB 335 (05/14/1997): House 3rd read & send to the governor regulation of managed health care.
HS SCS SB 49 (05/13/1997): House 3rd read of bill providing statewide referendum on legalizing the right to carry concealed weapons.
CCR2 SCS HCS HB 10 (05/09/1997): Third House vote on a conference report on the health and mental health budget -- well after the Friday, 6pm constitutional deadline.
CCR SCS HCS HB 10 (05/09/1997): Second House vote (Friday) on adoption of the conference report for the health and mental health budgets.
CCR SCS HCS HB 10 (05/08/1997): First House vote (Thursday) on adoption of the conference report for the health and mental health budget.
SB 299 (05/07/1997): House 3rd read of a bill to increase the legislative expense allowance, the per diem, to about $69.
SB 315 (05/07/1997): House 3rd read of the governor's proposal to require crossing safety arms in front of school buses.
SB 334 (05/06/1997): House 3rd read of a Senate-passed bill to raise fees charged at Revenue Department fee offices.
HA 2 HCS SB 347 (05/06/1997): Amendment to the AIDS bill that would require chemical castration for repeat sex offenders to get parole.
SB 334 (05/05/1997): House 3rd read of a bill to raise fees charged at Revenue Department fees for things such as driver's licenses.
HS HB 811 (04/28/1997): House 3rd read the governor's proposal to create a statewide insurance-purchasing service for child health insurance.
SB 333 (04/28/1997): House 3rd Read bill to require telephone companies to provide the ability to access live operators.
HS HB 811 (04/22/1997): House perfection of the governor's proposal to set up a statewide health insurance pool for children to provide cheaper coverage.
HCS HB 206 (04/21/1997): House 3rd read of a bill to require auto makers to disclose to dealers if an auto being delivered had been damaged and repaired.
HS HB 451 (04/21/1997): House 3rd read of bill providing stronger state regulations over development in flood plains.
HB 702 (04/17/1997): House perfection of bill to restrict ATMs from charging a fee for transferring funds from another bank.
HB 129 (04/17/1997): House 3rd read bill to require medical coverage plans to cover breast reconstruction surgery after a mastectomy.
HS HB 389 (04/15/1997): House 3rd read of bill to provide stronger enforcement and penalties for handicapped parking.
HB 338 (04/14/1997): House 3rd read bill to require phone companies to provide a means to access an in-person, live operator.
HB 338 (04/09/1997): House perfection of bill to require phone services to provide access to live operators.
HS HB 335 (04/08/1997): House 3rd read of the bill to regulate managed care policies and provide more rights for policy holders.
HCS HB 100 (04/08/1997): House 3rd read bill to prohibit children from riding in the back of pickup trucks.
HB 339 (04/03/1997): House 3rd reading of witness immunity, to allow a judge4 to require testimoney in return for immunity from prosecution.
HCS HB 100 (04/03/1997): House perfection of a bill to prohibit children from riding in the back of pickup trucks.
HA 2 HCS HB 100 (04/03/1997): Amendment to allow adults (age 21 or older) to operate or ride a motorcycle without a helmet.
HA 12 HS HB 495 (04/02/1997): Amendment to remove from the campaign finance bill a provision that would repeal the current limits on incumbent office-holder war chests.
HB 528 (04/01/1997): House 3rd read a bill to make it a crime to lie about your identity to get a credit card or debit card (defeated).
HCS HB 411 (04/01/1997): House 3rd reading of a bill to toughen enforcement of child support orders, including loss of licenses held by deadbeat parents.
HS 1 HA 1 HCS HB 10 (03/27/1997): Amendment to the Health Department appropriation to require that funding for family planning be limited to government agencies, thus blocking funds for private organizations like Planned Parenthood.
HS HCS HB 335 (03/27/1997): House perfection (preliminary approval) of the bill to regulate managed care and HMO firms.
HB 126 (03/26/1997): House 3rd read a bill to remove requirement that the adoption parents approve an adult adoptee limited access to adoption information.
HA 14 HS HB 335 (03/24/1997): Amendment to the HMO regulation bill that would continue the legal protection for HMOs that exempts them from medical malpractice lawsuits.
HSA 1 HA 12 HS HB 335 (03/20/1997): Require HMOs to cover reconstructive surgery necessary as result of disease, injury or surgery.
HA 8 HS HB 335 (03/19/1997): Require HMOs to report to the state Insurance Department income and administrative costs.
HB 32 (03/05/1997): Third reading of legislation to establish rights for doctors to be included in HMO plans if work in medically under-served areas.
HB 34 (02/26/1997): House 3rd Reading of measure to provide tax credits for businesses providing day care services for their employees' children.
HA 1 HB 491 (02/13/1997): Include restaurant meals and prepared food in the sales-tax exemption bill.
SCR 3 (01/28/1997): Final passage of Senate resolution rejecting the package of pay hikes for legislators, judges and the lieutenant governor.
HCS HCR 3 (01/16/1997): Resolution to reject salary commission plan for pay increases for legislators and judges.
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