J o u r n a l o f t h e H o u s e NINETEENTH DAY -------- HALL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TOPEKA, KAN., Friday, February 7, 1997, 10:00 a.m. The House met pursuant to adjournment with Speaker pro tem Wagle in the chair. The roll was called with 102 members present. Reps. Ballou, Boston, Hayzlett, Jennison, Kejr, Mason, Myers, O'Neal, Shallenburger and Shore were excused on legislative business. Reps. Adkins, Allen, Burroughs, Campbell, Dean, Farmer, Gilmore, Phill Kline, Palmer Powers, Sharp, Swenson and Vining were excused on excused absence by the Speaker. Prayer by guest chaplain, Chaplain Thomas Cobbs, Chaplain of the VA Medical Center in Topeka and the Kansas National Guard: Master, As another day is dawning, we are thankful for your blessings, wisdom and Divine presence. In this assembly we acknowledge the leaders, direction they provide and their leadership for this State. We ask that you watch over this process. Be a constant presence in the hearts of all who are involved in the leadership of this union. Let those present recognize the privilege of their calling, and the people they serve. May all that is done here benefit those in this great State, that we may be a better people. All this we ask, in your name we pray, Amen. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS The following bills were introduced and read by title: HB 2257, An act amending the Kansas tort claims act; exceptions from liability; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 75-6104 and repealing the existing section, by Committee on Transportation. HB 2258, An act concerning crimes and punishment; prohibiting the sale or possession of certain alcoholic beverages, by Representative Adkins. HB 2259, An act concerning landlords and tenants; relating to breach of the rental agreement; amending K.S.A. 58-2564 and repealing the existing section, by Representative Adkins. HB 2260, An act concerning cigarette and tobacco infractions; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 12-4214, 12-4305, 21-4503a, 79-3322 and 79-3393 and repealing the existing sections, by Representative Adkins. HB 2261, An act concerning public records; relating to paternity proceedings; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 45-221 and repealing the existing section; also repealing K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 45-221d, by Representative Adkins. HB 2262, An act concerning protection from abuse; relating to temporary custody; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 60-3107 and repealing the existing section, by Representative Adkins. HB 2263, An act concerning consumer protection; relating to unsolicited consumer telephone calls;amending K.S.A. 66-1,189 and repealing the existing section, by Representative Adkins. HB 2264, An act concerning real estate; relating to the brokerage relationships in real estate transactions act; amending K.S.A. 17-2707, 58-3045 and 58-3063 and K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 58-3036, 58-3037, 58-3039, 58-3042 and 58-3046a and repealing the existing sections; reviving K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 58-3035, 58-3050, 58-3062, 58-3064, 58-3065, 58-3068, 5830,101, 58-30,102, 58-30,103, 58-30,104, 58-30,105, 58-30,106, 58-30,107, 58-30,108, 5830,109, 58-30,110, 58-30,111, 58-30,112 and 74-4202; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 58-3035, as revived by section 3 of this act, 58-3050, as revived by section 11 of this act, 58-3062, as revived by section 13 of this act, 58-3064, as revived by section 16 of this act, 58-3065, as revived by section 18 of this act, 58-3068, as revived by section 20 of this act, 58-30,101, as revived and amended by section 22 of this act, 58-30,102, as revived by section 24 of this act, 58-30,103, as revived by section 26 of this act, 58-30,104, as revived by section 28 of this act, 58-30,105, as revived by section 30 of this act, 58-30,106, as revived by section 32 of this act, 58-30,107, as revived by section 34 of this act, 58-30,109, as revived by section 37 of this act, 58-30,110, as revived by section 39 of this act, 58-30,111, as revived by section 41 of this act, 58-30,112, as revived by section 43 of this act, and 74-4202, as revived by section 45 of this act, and repealing the existing sections; also repealing K.S.A. 1995 Supp. 58-3035, as amended by section 20 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 583050, as amended by section 12 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 583062, as amended by section 13 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 583064, as amended by section 14 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 58-3065, as amended by section 15 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 58-3068, as amended by section 16 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas, 74-4202, as amended by section 17 of chapter 212 of the 1996 Session Laws of Kansas and K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 58-30,108, as revived by section 36 of this act and 74-4209, by Committee on Judiciary. HB 2265, An act concerning elections; establishing a bipartisan commission on campaign practices, by Representative Wilk. HB 2266, An act concerning the interstate emergency management assistance compact; authorizing the governor to execute such compact on behalf of the state; amending K.S.A. 48-930 and 75-3713b and repealing the existing sections; also repealing K.S.A. 48-1701, 481702, 48-1703, 48-3201 and 48-3202, by Representative Tomlinson (By Request). HB 2267, An act concerning private detectives; relating to licensure thereof; amending K.S.A. 75-7b04 and repealing the existing section, by Representative Pottorff (By request). HB 2268, An act concerning the department of health and environment; creating the department of health and the department of environment; providing for the powers, duties and functions thereof, by Representative Mayans. HB 2269, An act enacting the woman's-right-to-know act; establishing requirements for informed consent relating to abortions; providing penalties for violations; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 65-2836 and repealing the existing section; also repealing K.S.A. 65-6706, by Representatives Wagle, Ballou, Boston, Bradley, Campbell, Carmody, Dahl, Dean, Donovan, Faber, Farmer, Flower, Franklin, Freeborn, Gilmore, Hayzlett, Henry, Howell, Humerickhouse, Hutchins, Jennison, Kejr, Phill Kline, Landwehr, Larkin, P. Long, Mason, Mayans, Mays, McCreary, McKinney, Mollenkamp, Morrison, Myers, Neufeld, O'Connor, O'Neal, J. Peterson, Phelps, Powell, Powers, Presta, Reardon, Shallenburger, Shore, Swenson, Tanner, Thimesch, Toplikar, Vickrey, Vining, Weber, Wempe, Wilk and Wilson. HB 2270, An act imposing a local compensating use tax by cities and counties upon intrastate sales of certain vehicles, by Committee on Taxation. REFERENCE OF BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS The following bills and resolutions were referred to committees as indicated: Agriculture: HB 2245; SB 62, 63, 77. Appropriations: HB 2238, 2239, 2240, 2241. Business, Commerce and Labor: HB 2244; SB 83. Education: HB 2256; SB 37. Federal and State Affairs: HCR 5013. Governmental Organization and Elections: SB 33, 58. Health and Human Services: HB 2249, 2255. Insurance: HB 2252. Judiciary: HB 2250, 2253, 2254. Taxation: HB 2242, 2246, 2251; SB 53. Transportation: HB 2243, 2248; SB 17. Utilities: HB 2247. COMMUNICATIONS FROM STATE OFFICERS From Philip S. Harness, Workers Compensation Director, Kansas Department of Human Resources Workers Compensation Annual Report for Fiscal Year 1995-96. From Mary Threlfall Smith, Chairperson, Silver Haired Legislature Journal, Proceedings of the 14th Annual Session, October 16-18, 1996. The complete reports are kept on file and open for inspection in the office of the Chief Clerk. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE Announcing passage of SB 1, 10, 11, 14, 16, 22, 36, 41, 82 . INTRODUCTION OF SENATE BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS The following Senate bills were read by title: SB 1, 10, 11, 14, 16, 22, 36, 41, 82. REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE Your Committee on Calendar and Printing recommends on requests for resolutions and certificates that Request No. 19, by Representative Kirk, honoring the centennial of Bahai Community in Kansas; Request No. 20, by Representatives Lane and Tomlinson, honoring Catherine Fox, winner of two Gold Medals in the 1996 Olympics; Request No. 21, by Representative Larkin, congratulating Leo Lange on his 106th birthday; Request No. 22, by Representative Phelps, commending Carol Shepherd, Hays USD 489 Master Teacher of the Year; Request No. 23, by Representative Schwartz, honoring Leo H. Lange, Charter Member American Legion SMN&R Post 163, on his 106th birthday; be approved and the Chief Clerk of the House be directed to order the printing of said certificates and order drafting of said resolutions. On motion of Rep. Mays, the committee report was adopted. Upon unanimous consent, the House referred back to the regular order of business, Introduction of Bills and Concurrent Resolutions. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS The following bills were read by title: HB 2271, An act concerning the Kansas industries for the blind; transfer of assets; operation aftertransfer of assets, by Committee on Appropriations. HB 2272, An act making and concerning appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for the state board of healing arts, state board of veterinary examiners, Kansas state board of cosmetology, board of nursing, Kansas dental board, state department of credit unions, state bank commissioner, consumer credit commissioner, office of the securities commissioner of Kansas, state board of technical professions, real estate appraisal board, Kansas real estate commission, department of administration, Kansas racing and gaming commission, state corporation commission, secretary of state, Kansas public employees retirement system, department of revenue, insurance department, state board of indigents' defense services, attorney general, department of social and rehabilitation services, department of human resources, department of health and environment, department of education, Kansas state school for the blind, state historical society, Kansas arts commission, Fort Hays state university, Emporia state university, Pittsburg state university, Kansas state university, Kansas state university -- Salina, college of technology, university of Kansas, university of Kansas medical center, Wichita state university, legislature, department of corrections, Kansas parole board, Kansas sentencing commission, state fire marshal, juvenile justice authority, Kansas department of agriculture, state fair board, Kansas state grain inspection department, Kansas animal health department, Kansas wheat commission, department of wildlife and parks, Kansas water office and state conservation commission; authorizing certain transfers, imposing certain restrictions and limitations, and directing or authorizing certain receipts and disbursements and acts incidental to the foregoing, by Committee on Appropriations. HB 2273, An act concerning corrections; relating to use of the Topeka correctional facility; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 75-52,134 and repealing the existing section, by Committee on Appropriations. HB 2274, An act concerning criminal procedure; relating to notice of a parole hearing; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 22-3717 and repealing the existing section, by Representative Vickrey. HB 2275, An act concerning marriage; relating to the age of the parties; amending K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 23-101 and 23-104a and repealing the existing sections, by Representatives Welshimer and Gilbert. REPORT ON ENROLLED RESOLUTIONS HR 6006, 6008 reported correctly enrolled and properly signed on February 7, 1997. On motion of Rep. Mays, the House adjourned until 11:00 a.m., Monday, February 10, 1997. CHARLENE SWANSON, Journal Clerk. JANET E. JONES, Chief Clerk. +--+ | | +--+