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1 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE First Regular Session, 98th GENERAL ASSEMBLY SEVENTH DAY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2015 The House met pursuant to adjournment. Speaker Diehl in the Chair. Prayer by Msgr. Robert A. Kurwicki, Chaplain. We shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. (Matthew 4:4) Most Gracious God, make us conscious of Your presence as we enter upon another day that we, the Members of this House, shall be led in the ways of righteousness and justice and good will. May what we do be in accordance with Your holy will and for the welfare of Missouri. We pray that the dignity of the laws of our state may be respected by all our people, upheld by all our citizens, and obeyed by every individual. Only so can life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness be secure for all citizens new and old. Above the din of discordant voices may we take time to listen to Your voice, and hearing, give heed to it, remembering that we do not live by bread alone but by every word that comes from You. And the House says, Amen! The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited. The Journal of the sixth day was approved as printed. SECOND READING OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS The following House Concurrent Resolutions were read the second time: HCR 19, relating to proposing limits on the federal government. HCR 20, relating to the United States Department of Defense. SECOND READING OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION The following House Joint Resolution was read the second time: HJR 29, relating to the Secretary of Agriculture. 207

2 208 Journal of the House SECOND READING OF HOUSE BILLS The following House Bills were read the second time: HB 523, relating to the operation of motorcycles or motortricycles. HB 524, relating to the electronic transmission of motor vehicle lien documents. HB 525, relating to drug courts. HB 526, relating to nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings. HB 527, relating to health benefit plan open enrollment periods. HB 528, relating to a tax credit for Baldrige National Quality Award recipients. HB 529, relating to own risk and solvency assessment in connection with the business of insurance. HB 530, relating to emergency services board of directors. HB 531, relating to child-resistant packaging for liquid nicotine containers. HB 532, relating to funding for gifted education. HB 533, relating to candidate filing deadlines. HB 534, relating to making a right turn at a red traffic control signal. HB 535, relating to payment of personal property taxes. HB 536, relating to the appointment of commissioners to the Mid-America Port Commission. HB 537, relating to geographic records. HB 538, relating to dispensing opioid antagonist drugs. HB 539, relating to immunity for persons who seek medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose. HB 540, relating to business incentives. HB 541, relating to the registration of a motor vehicle. HB 542, relating to corporate income taxation. HB 543, relating to the Office of Agriculture.

3 Seventh Day Tuesday, 209 HB 544, relating to employer's request for account information from a social networking website. HB 545, relating to physical therapists. HB 546, relating to adoptions. HB 547, relating to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. HB 548, relating to insurance coverage for occupational therapy services. HB 549, relating to the amount of assets an applicant is allowed to have to qualify for MO HealthNet benefits. HB 550, relating to charter schools. HB 551, relating to public medical assistance. HB 552, relating to the Joint Committee on Missouri Division of Workers' Compensation. HB 553, relating to motorcycle license plates. HB 554, relating to the distribution of revenues from traffic violations. HB 555, relating to new motorcycle express warranties. THIRD READING OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS HCS HCRs 4 & 3, relating to disapproving the recommendations of the Missouri Citizens Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials, was taken up by Representative Barnes. On motion of Representative Barnes, HCS HCRs 4 & 3 was adopted. On motion of Representative Barnes, HCS HCRs 4 & 3 was read the third time and passed by the following vote: AYES: 133 Alferman Allen Anders Anderson Andrews Arthur Austin Barnes Basye Beard Bernskoetter Berry Black Bondon Brattin Brown 94 Burlison Burns Butler Carpenter Chipman Cierpiot Conway 10 Conway 104 Cookson Corlew Cornejo Crawford Cross Curtman Davis Dogan Dohrman Dugger Eggleston Engler English Entlicher Fitzpatrick Fitzwater 144 Fitzwater 49 Flanigan Fraker Frederick Gannon Gosen Haahr Hansen Harris Hicks Higdon Hill Hinson Hoskins Hough Houghton Hubrecht Hummel Hurst Johnson Jones Justus Keeney Kelley Kendrick

4 210 Journal of the House Kidd King Kirkton Koenig Kolkmeyer Korman Kratky Lair Lant Lauer Lavender Leara Lichtenegger Love Lynch Marshall Mathews McCaherty McCreery McDaniel McGaugh McManus Messenger Miller Moon Morgan Morris Muntzel Neely Nichols Otto Parkinson Pfautsch Phillips Pietzman Pike Pogue Redmon Rehder Reiboldt Remole Rhoads Richardson Roden Roeber Rone Ross Rowden Rowland Runions Ruth Shaul Shull Shumake Solon Sommer Spencer Swan Taylor Vescovo Walker Webber White Wiemann Wilson Wood Zerr Mr. Speaker NOES: 015 Adams Bahr Colona Curtis Dunn Hubbard LaFaver McCann Beatty McDonald Meredith Mims Newman Peters Pierson Walton Gray PRESENT: 010 Ellington Gardner Green May McNeil Mitten Montecillo Norr Pace Smith ABSENT WITH LEAVE: 004 Brown 57 Franklin Haefner Rizzo VACANCIES: 001 Speaker Diehl declared the bill passed. REFERRAL OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION The following House Joint Resolution was referred to the Committee indicated: HJR 1 - Elections REFERRAL OF HOUSE BILLS The following House Bills were referred to the Committee indicated: HB 26 - Banking HB 29 - Banking HB 30 - Elections HB 31 - Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB 32 - Small Business HB 34 - Transportation HB 35 - Transportation HB 36 - Transportation HB 38 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

5 Seventh Day Tuesday, 211 HB 39 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 42 - Emerging Issues in Education HB 50 - Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB 52 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 54 - Elementary and Secondary Education HB 57 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 58 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 60 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 61 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 62 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 63 - Elections HB 64 - Banking HB 65 - Elections HB 66 - Elections HB 67 - Elections HB 68 - Transportation HB 69 - Workforce Standards and Development HB 70 - Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB 71 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 72 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 73 - Workforce Standards and Development HB 75 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 76 - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB 80 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 81 - Children and Families HB 86 - Health and Mental Health Policy HB 90 - Health and Mental Health Policy HB 91 - Banking HB 92 - Conservation and Natural Resources HB 93 - Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention HB 94 - Elections HB 95 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 96 - Health and Mental Health Policy HB 97 - Elections HB 98 - Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB 99 - Children and Families HB Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB Ways and Means HB Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB Higher Education HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Professional Registration and Licensing HB Transportation HB Ways and Means HB Health and Mental Health Policy HB Health and Mental Health Policy

6 212 Journal of the House HB Ways and Means HB Ways and Means HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Conservation and Natural Resources HB Emerging Issues HB Emerging Issues HB Conservation and Natural Resources HB Children and Families HB Local Government HB Health Insurance HB Transportation HB Transportation HB Local Government HB Emerging Issues HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Children and Families HB Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance HB Agriculture Policy HB Employment Security HB Transportation HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Local Government HB Local Government HB Higher Education HB Professional Registration and Licensing HB Conservation and Natural Resources HB Health Insurance HB Professional Registration and Licensing HB Professional Registration and Licensing HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Health Insurance HB Government Efficiency HB Government Efficiency HB Elections HB Children and Families HB Transportation HB Elementary and Secondary Education HB Agriculture Policy HB Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness HB Elections HB Elections HB Health Insurance HB Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Agriculture Policy HB Civil and Criminal Proceedings HB Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention

7 Seventh Day Tuesday, 213 INTRODUCTION OF HOUSE BILLS The following House Bills were read the first time and copies ordered printed: HB 556, introduced by Representative Wood, relating to reentry of children released from Children's Division custody. HB 557, introduced by Representative Bahr, relating to the protection of parental rights. HB 558, introduced by Representative Bahr, relating to hold-harmless payments in state aid for schools. HB 559, introduced by Representative Butler, relating to overdue property fines. HB 560, introduced by Representative Butler, relating to criminal history inquiries of applicants for employment. HB 561, introduced by Representative Rizzo, relating to the creation of a death penalty task force. HB 562, introduced by Representative Davis, relating to the regulation of autocycles. HB 563, introduced by Representative Reiboldt, relating to renewable fuels. HB 564, introduced by Representative Gosen, relating to civil justice funding. HB 565, introduced by Representative Spencer, relating to the establishment of the Missouri Course Access Program. HB 566, introduced by Representative King, relating to a public safety sales tax. HB 567, introduced by Representative Dunn, relating to the designation of Alpha Phi Alpha Day. HB 568, introduced by Representative Dunn, relating to tax credits for grocery stores. HB 569, introduced by Representative Lant, relating to labor organizations. HB 570, introduced by Representative Lant, relating to labor organizations. HB 571, introduced by Representative Burlison, relating to tenant security deposits. HB 572, introduced by Representative Montecillo, relating to school accreditation. HB 573, introduced by Representative Dugger, relating to elections. HB 574, introduced by Representative Haahr, relating to the Civics Education Initiative.

8 214 Journal of the House HB 575, introduced by Representative Fitzwater (144), relating to state employee salary increases. HB 576, introduced by Representative Fitzwater (144), relating to jury service. HB 577, introduced by Representative Fitzwater (144), relating to eligibility criteria for reimbursements from the A+ Schools Program. HB 578, introduced by Representative Swan, relating to civics education. HB 579, introduced by Representative Hinson, relating to automated traffic enforcement systems. HB 580, introduced by Representative Hinson, relating to the regulation of autocycles. HB 581, introduced by Representative Muntzel, relating to towing companies. HB 582, introduced by Representative Curtis, relating to labor organizations. HB 583, introduced by Representative Cross, relating to tenant evictions. HB 584, introduced by Representative LaFaver, relating to the Civics Education Initiative. HB 585, introduced by Representative Korman, relating to a sales tax holiday. HB 586, introduced by Representative Korman, relating to design professionals. HB 587, introduced by Representative Dugger, relating to licensing fees paid to the director of the Division of Finance. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Administration and Accounts: Representative Pat Conway Representative Rochelle Walton Gray

9 Seventh Day Tuesday, 215 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Agriculture Policy: Representative Deb Lavender Representative Tracy McCreery Representative Joshua Peters Representative Tommie Pierson Representative Ben Harris _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Agriculture, Conservation, and Natural Resources: Representative Kimberly Gardner Representative Ben Harris Representative Tracy McCreery

10 216 Journal of the House /s/jacob Hummel _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Elementary and Secondary Education: Representative Genise Montecillo Representative Margo McNeil Representative Kip Kendrick /s/jacob Hummel _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations General Administration: Representative Pat Conway Representative Alan Green Representative Stacey Newman

11 Seventh Day Tuesday, 217 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Health, Mental Health, and Social Services: Representative Michael Butler Representative Courtney Curtis Representative Jeanne Kirkton Representative Bonnaye Mims _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Higher Education: Representative Joe Adams Representative Jeremy LaFaver Representative Stephen Webber

12 218 Journal of the House _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Public Safety and Corrections: Representative Brandon Ellington Representative Mary Nichols Representative Joshua Peters _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Appropriations Revenue, Transportation, and Economic Development: Representative Randy Dunn Representative Karla May Representative Sharon Pace

13 Seventh Day Tuesday, 219 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Banking: Representative Alan Green Representative Mary Nichols Representative Bill Otto _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Children and Families: Representative Susan Meredith Representative Stacey Newman Representative Charlie Norr

14 220 Journal of the House _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Civil and Criminal Proceedings: Representative Mike Colona Representative Kimberly Gardner Representative Gina Mitten _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources: Representative Kip Kendrick Representative Susan Meredith Representative Ben Harris

15 Seventh Day Tuesday, 221 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Consumer Affairs: Representative Bill Otto Representative Gina Mitten Representative Stephen Webber _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Corrections: Representative Penny Hubbard Representative Bonnaye Mims Representative Kimberly Gardner

16 222 Journal of the House _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Economic Development and Business Attraction and Retention: Representative Michael Butler Representative Randy Dunn Representative Michele Kratky Representative John Rizzo _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Elections: Representative Pat Conway Representative Stacey Newman Representative Clem Smith

17 Seventh Day Tuesday, 223 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Elementary and Secondary Education: Representative Ira Anders Representative Lauren Arthur Representative Genise Montecillo Representative Tommie Pierson _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Emerging Issues: Representative Jeremy LaFaver Representative Tom McDonald Representative Sharon Pace

18 224 Journal of the House _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Emerging Issues in Education: Representative Michael Butler Representative Margo McNeil Representative Judy Morgan _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Employment Security: Representative Karla May Representative Joe Runions Representative Kevin McManus

19 Seventh Day Tuesday, 225 _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Energy and the Environment: Representative Mike Colona Representative Brandon Ellington Representative Margo McNeil Representative Joe Runions _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Ethics: Representative Lauren Arthur Representative Pat Conway Representative Bonnaye Mims Representative Stacey Newman

20 226 Journal of the House _ I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Fiscal Review: Representative Tom McDonald Representative Judy Morgan Representative Deb Lavender I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Government Efficiency: Representative Alan Green Representative Tracy McCreery Representative Joe Runions

21 Seventh Day Tuesday, 227 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Government Oversight and Accountability: Representative Courtney Curtis Representative Penny Hubbard Representative Gina Mitten I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Health and Mental Health Policy: Representative Lauren Arthur Representative Jeanne Kirkton Representative Sharon Pace

22 228 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Health Insurance: Representative Gina Mitten Representative Kip Kendrick Representative Margo McNeil I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Higher Education: Representative Lauren Arthur Representative Bonnaye Mims Representative Tommie Pierson

23 Seventh Day Tuesday, 229 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Local Government: Representative Joe Adams Representative Kevin McManus Representative John Rizzo I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Pensions: Representative Ira Anders Representative Kip Kendrick Representative Judy Morgan

24 230 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Professional Registration and Licensing: Representative Jon Carpenter Representative Michele Kratky Representative Gail McCann Beatty Representative Joshua Peters Representative Rochelle Walton Gray I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Property, Casualty, and Life Insurance: Representative Mike Colona Representative Bill Otto Representative Bob Burns

25 Seventh Day Tuesday, 231 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness: Representative Penny Hubbard Representative Charlie Norr Representative Rochelle Walton Gray I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Small Business: Representative Michael Butler Representative Brandon Ellington Representative Alan Green Representative Ben Harris Representative Deb Lavender

26 232 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Telecommunications: Representative Joe Adams Representative Sharon Pace Representative Jon Carpenter I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Trade and Tourism: Representative Michele Kratky Representative Tom McDonald Representative Charlie Norr

27 Seventh Day Tuesday, 233 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Transportation: Representative Joe Adams Representative Bob Burns Representative Karla May Representative Tom McDonald I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Utility Infrastructure: Representative Ira Anders Representative Tracy McCreery Representative Tom McDonald Representative Genise Montecillo Representative Clem Smith

28 234 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Veterans: Representative Bob Burns Representative Pat Conway Representative Bill Otto I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Ways and Means: Representative Brandon Ellington Representative Jon Carpenter Representative Courtney Curtis

29 Seventh Day Tuesday, 235 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Committee on Workforce Standards and Development: Representative Bob Burns Representative Stephen Webber Representative Clem Smith I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Agriculture: Representative Tracy McCreery Representative Ben Harris Representative Susan Meredith

30 236 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Budget: Representative Jeanne Kirkton Representative Jeremy LaFaver Representative Karla May Representative Gail McCann Beatty Representative Kevin McManus Representative Genise Montecillo Representative John Rizzo Representative Stephen Webber I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Commerce: Representative Michele Kratky Representative Michael Butler Representative Charlie Norr

31 Seventh Day Tuesday, 237 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Education: Representative Genise Montecillo Representative Judy Morgan Representative Tommie Pierson I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Financial Institutions and Taxation: Representative Ira Anders Representative Jon Carpenter Representative Mary Nichols

32 238 Journal of the House I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on General Laws: Representative Jeremy LaFaver Representative Jon Carpenter Representative Tracy McCreery I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Insurance: Representative Margo McNeil Representative Bill Otto Representative Kip Kendrick

33 Seventh Day Tuesday, 239 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Judiciary: Representative Mike Colona Representative Kimberly Gardner Representative Gina Mitten I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations: Representative Kevin McManus Representative Clem Smith Representative Stephen Webber

34 240 Journal of the House I hereby appoint to the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Rules: Representative Kimberly Gardner Representative Deb Lavender Representative John Rizzo I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Social Services: Representative Pat Conway Representative Jeanne Kirkton Representative Susan Meredith

35 Seventh Day Tuesday, 241 I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on State and Local Governments: Representative Tom McDonald Representative Kevin McManus Representative Stacey Newman I hereby appoint the following Representatives to the Select Standing Committee on Utilities: Representative Mike Colona Representative Sharon Pace Representative Clem Smith

36 242 Journal of the House COMMUNICATIONS D. Adam Crumbliss Chief Clerk State Capitol, Room 317A 201 West Capitol Avenue Jefferson City, Missouri Re: Possible Personal Interest in Legislation Pursuant to Section , RSMo, I am hereby filing a written report of a possible personal interest in legislation on which the House of Representatives may vote during the legislative session. I am a retired member of the Public School Retirement System (PSRS). In compliance with Section , RSMo, please publish this letter in the Journal of the House. Thank you for your assistance with this matter. /s/ Representative Stephen C. Cookson District 153 D. Adam Crumbliss Chief Clerk Missouri House of Representative State Capitol, Room 317A 201 West Capitol Avenue Jefferson City, Missouri Re: Possible Personal Interest in Legislation _ I have been appointed to the Conservation and Natural Resources Committee. Pursuant to Section , RSMo, I am hereby filing a written report of a possible personal interest in legislation on which the House of Representatives

37 Seventh Day Tuesday, 243 may vote during the legislative session. My father-in-law, Matthew Wolken, and my spouse, Sarah Kendrick, both work for the Department of Conservation. In compliance with Section , RSMo, please publish this letter in the Journal of the House. Thank you for your assistance with this matter. /s/ Representative Kip Kendrick District 45 Speaker of the House MO House of Representatives 201 West Capitol Avenue Room 308 Dear Mr. Speaker, WITHDRAWAL OF HOUSE BILL Please withdraw my House Bill 370. If you should have any questions, please contact my office. Respectfully, /s/ Ken Wilson The following member's presence was noted: Franklin. ADJOURNMENT On motion of Representative Richardson, the House adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 21, COMMITTEE HEARINGS AGRICULTURE POLICY Thursday, January 22, 2015, 8:00 AM, House Hearing Room 4. Public hearing will be held: HB 259 Executive session will be held: HB 259 Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee. APPROPRIATIONS - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 2:00 PM, House Hearing Room 1. Organizational Meeting - Appropriations for Elementary and Secondary Education. We are accepting public testimony concerning appropriations for Elementary and Secondary Education at this meeting. If you would like to be on the agenda, please notify Nina Dean at or her at

38 244 Journal of the House APPROPRIATIONS - HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SOCIAL SERVICES Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 2:00 PM, House Hearing Room 5. This will be a meet and greet for the Committee to become acquainted with Social Services key staff. APPROPRIATIONS - HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SOCIAL SERVICES Thursday, January 22, 2015, 8:00 AM, House Hearing Room 3. Meet and Greet for committee to become acquainted with key staff from Mental Health and Health and Senior Services. APPROPRIATIONS - HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SOCIAL SERVICES Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 2:00 PM, House Hearing Room 5. Public Testimony for issues relating to Social Services, FY15 Supplemental Budget APPROPRIATIONS - HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SOCIAL SERVICES Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 2:00 PM, House Hearing Room 5. Public Testimony for issues relating to Department of Mental Health and Department of Health and Senior Services, FY15 Supplemental Budget APPROPRIATIONS - REVENUE, TRANSPORTATION, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 2:30 PM, House Hearing Room 3. Organizational Meeting SELECT COMMITTEE ON BUDGET Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 8:15 AM, House Hearing Room 3. Organizational Meeting SMALL BUSINESS Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 12:00 PM, House Hearing Room 7. Informational Meeting HOUSE CALENDAR EIGHTH DAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2015 HOUSE BILLS FOR SECOND READING HB 556 through HB 587

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