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SIXTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE OF COLORADO
First Regular Session
Legislative Day Thursday, February 25, 1999
Prayer by Bishop Allan Bjornberg, Rocky
Mountain Synod of Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
The Speaker called the House to order at 9:00
The roll was called with the following result:
Absent and excused--Representatives Kaufman, Leyba, Mitchell--3.
Present after roll call--Representative Leyba.
The Speaker declared a quorum present.
On motion of Representative Larson, the reading of the journal of February 24, 1999, was dispensed with and approved as corrected by the Chief Clerk.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF REFERENCE
After consideration on the merits, the Committee
recommends the following:
SB99-094 be postponed indefinitely.
The Chief Clerk reports the following bills have been correctly printed: HB99-1319, 1320, 1321.
DELIVERY OF BILL TO GOVERNOR
The Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives reports the following bill has been delivered to the Office of the Governor: HB99-1055 at 8:30 a.m. on February 24, 1999.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS
The following bills were read by title and referred
to the committees indicated:
SB99-009 by Senators Evans, Powers; also Representatives Sullivant, Bacon--Concerning financial incentives for clean fuel vehicles, and, in connection therewith, creating a state sales and use tax exemption for specified motor vehicles, power sources for motor vehicles, and parts used for converting the power sources of motor vehicles that are certified to meet specified emission standards and removing the prohibition against a person covered by the clean fuel fleet program from receiving incentives from the state for purchasing a clean fuel vehicle.
Committee on Finance
SB99-070 by Senators Powers, Anderson; also Representatives Ament, Taylor--Concerning the elimination of the repeal date for environmental self-evaluation laws.
Committee on Business Affairs & Labor
CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
HR99-1010 by Representative
Gotlieb--Concerning the recognition of the Joy of Music Marathon.
(Printed and placed in member's
file; also printed in House Journal, February 24, 1999, pages
On motion of Representative Gotlieb, the resolution
was read at length and adopted by viva voce vote.
Co-sponsors added: Roll call of the House.
LAY OVER OF CALENDAR ITEMS
On motion of Representative Spradley, the following
items on the Calendar were laid over until February 26, retaining
place on Calendar:
Consideration of General Orders--SB99-002, 005, 032, 015, 024, 101, 057, 131, HB99-1002, 1151, 1155, 1137.
Consideration of Resolutions--SJR99-006, HJR99-1011.
Consideration of Senate Amendments--HB99-1014,
H.J. page 575, after line 47, insert "Co-sponsors added: Representatives McKay, Taylor."
On motion of Representative Spradley, the House adjourned
until 9:00 a.m., February 26, 1999.