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SIXTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE OF COLORADO
First Regular Session
Legislative Day Tuesday, March 30, 1999
Prayer by Pastor Dan Elliott, South
Presbyterian Church, Littleton.
The Speaker called the House to order at 9:00
The roll was called with the following result:
Absent and excused--Representatives Clapp, George, Paschall--3.
Present after roll call--Representatives George,
The Speaker declared a quorum present.
On motion of Representative Plant, the reading of the journal of March 29, 1999, was dispensed with and approved as corrected by the Chief Clerk.
DELIVERY OF BILLS TO GOVERNOR
The Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives reports the following bills have been delivered to the Office of the Governor: HB99-1191, 1231, and 1295 at 3:52 p.m. on March 29, 1999.
MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
The Senate has adopted and returns herewith: HJR99-1014 and 1017.
MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR
I certify I received the following on the 29th day
of March, 1999, at 3:50 p.m. The original is on file in
the records of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly.
Chief Clerk of the House
March 29, 1999
To the Honorable
House of Representatives
Sixty-second General Assembly
First Regular Session
Denver, CO 80203
Ladies and Gentlemen:
I have the honor to inform you that I have approved
and filed with the Secretary of State the following Acts:
HB99-1076 Concerning the
Use of Objective Measures of Competence Other than Competitive
Examinations for the Selection of Persons for Employment in the
State Personnel System.
Approved March 29, 1999 at 2:51 p.m.
HB99-1078 Concerning the
Authorization for Personal Services Contracts in Excess of Six
Months for Temporary Employment of Persons by the State.
Approved March 29, 1999 at 2:53 p.m.
THIRD READING OF BILL--FINAL PASSAGE
The following bill was considered on Third Reading.
The title was publicly read. Reading of the bill at length was
dispensed with by unanimous consent.
HB99-1164 by Representative
Dean; also Senator Lacy--Concerning the creation of incentives
to prevent receipt by inmates of illegal payments under public
The question being "Shall the bill pass?".
A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following
recorded vote, a majority of those elected to the House voted
in the affirmative and the bill was declared passed.
YES 59 NO 4 EXCUSED 1 ABSENT 1
Clarke NColeman Y
Williams, S. Y
Williams, T. Y
|Mr. Speaker Y|
Co-sponsors added: Representatives Hoppe, Kaufman, Kester, King, Lawrence, Lee, Miller, Morrison, Paschall, Pfiffner, Plant, Scott, Spradley, Stengel, Swenson, Taylor, Young.
LAY OVER OF CALENDAR ITEMS
On motion of Representative Dean, the following items
on the Calendar were laid over until March 31, retaining place
Consideration of Special Orders--HB99-1278, 1287.
Consideration of Third Reading--HB99-1165.
Consideration of General Orders--HB99-1129, SB99-161, 039, 022, 004, HB99-1095, 1195, 1245, 1306, 1308, 1313, 1342.
Consideration of Conference Committee Reports--HB99-1061.
Consideration of Resolutions--HJR99-1016, SJR99-020, HJR99-1021, 1022.
Consideration of Senate Amendments--HB99-1017, 1172, 1228, 1229.
On motion of Representative Dean, the House adjourned
until 9:00 a.m., March 31, 1999.