And your committee on conference recommends the adoption of this report.
Nancy A. Kirk
Paul Feleciano, Jr.
On motion of Rep. Tomlinson, the conference committee report on SB 3 was adopted.
On roll call, the vote was: Yeas 95; Nays 28; Present but not voting: 2; Absent or not
Yeas: Aday, Adkins, Allen, Aurand, Ballard, Ballou, Barnes, Beggs, Benlon, Bethell, Bur-
roughs, Campbell, Compton, Cox, Crow, Dean, Dreher, Edmonds, Empson, Farmer, Fin-
dley, Flaharty, Flora, Flower, Franklin, Freeborn, Garner, Gatewood, Geringer, Gilbert,
Gilmore, Glasscock, Haley, Helgerson, Henderson, Hermes, Holmes, Horst, Howell, Huff,
Humerickhouse, Hutchins, Jenkins, Jennison, Johnston, Kirk, Klein, Phil Kline, Phill Kline,
Krehbiel, Kuether, Lane, Light, Lightner, Lloyd, M. Long, Loyd, Mays, McClure, Mc-
Creary, McKechnie, Nichols, O'Brien, O'Neal, Palmer, Pauls, E. Peterson, J. Peterson,
Phelps, Pottorff, Powell, Powers, Ray, Rehorn, Ruff, Schwartz, Sharp, Showalter, Shriver,
Shultz, Sloan, Stone, Storm, Swenson, Tanner, Tedder, Toelkes, Tomlinson, Toplikar, Vin-
ing, Wagle, Weiland, Wells, Welshimer, Wilk.
Nays: Alldritt, Boston, Carmody, Dahl, Faber, Feuerborn, Grant, Gregory, Hayzlett,
Henry, Johnson, Larkin, P. Long, Mason, McKinney, Minor, Mollenkamp, Morrison, Myers,
Neufeld, O'Connor, Osborne, Reardon, Reinhardt, Spangler, Thimesch, Vickrey, Weber.
Present but not voting: Landwehr, Mayans.
Absent or not voting: None.
MOTIONS TO CONCUR AND NONCONCUR
On motion of Rep. Adkins, the House concurred in Senate amendments to S. Sub. for
HB 2558, An act concerning the disposition of certain moneys for the benefit of children;
disposition of tobacco litigation settlement proceeds; creating the Kansas endowment for
youth fund, the children's initiatives fund and the children's initiatives accountability fund;
establishing the Kansas children's cabinet; prescribing certain powers, duties and functions;
providing for the investment and management of such funds; abolishing the children's health
care programs fund; amending K.S.A. 75-7021 and K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 20-367, 38-1808 and
38-1901 and repealing the existing sections; also repealing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 38-2008.
On roll call, the vote was: Yeas 119; Nays 6; Present but not voting: 0; Absent or not
Yeas: Aday, Adkins, Alldritt, Allen, Ballard, Barnes, Beggs, Benlon, Bethell, Boston, Bur-
roughs, Campbell, Carmody, Compton, Cox, Crow, Dean, Dreher, Empson, Faber, Farmer,
Feuerborn, Findley, Flaharty, Flora, Flower, Franklin, Freeborn, Garner, Gatewood, Ger-
inger, Gilbert, Gilmore, Glasscock, Grant, Gregory, Haley, Hayzlett, Helgerson, Henderson,
Henry, Hermes, Holmes, Horst, Howell, Huff, Humerickhouse, Hutchins, Jenkins, Jenni-
son, Johnson, Johnston, Kirk, Klein, Phil Kline, Phill Kline, Krehbiel, Kuether, Landwehr,
Lane, Larkin, Light, Lightner, Lloyd, M. Long, P. Long, Loyd, Mason, Mayans, Mays,
McClure, McCreary, McKechnie, McKinney, Minor, Mollenkamp, Morrison, Myers, Neu-
feld, Nichols, O'Brien, O'Neal, Osborne, Palmer, Pauls, E. Peterson, J. Peterson, Phelps,
Pottorff, Powell, Powers, Ray, Reardon, Rehorn, Reinhardt, Ruff, Schwartz, Sharp, Show-
alter, Shriver, Shultz, Sloan, Spangler, Stone, Storm, Swenson, Tanner, Tedder, Thimesch,
Toelkes, Tomlinson, Toplikar, Vickrey, Vining, Wagle, Weber, Weiland, Wells, Welshimer.
Nays: Aurand, Ballou, Dahl, Edmonds, O'Connor, Wilk.
Present but not voting: None.
Absent or not voting: None.
EXPLANATIONS OF VOTE
Mr. Speaker: I vote yes on S. Sub. for HB 2558. This bill creates a powerful new
resource to advance the interests of Kansas children. This bill represents a significant in-
vestment in the future of Kansas, an investment in our state's greatest resource, its children.
The children's initiative fund will target resources to initiatives that work. Effective preven-
tion programs that reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors in the lives of youth
will be funded. We can take great pride in this commitment to Kansas kids.--David Adkins
Mr. Speaker: Today, we have made history by establishing a trust fund that will help
children now and for years to come. No other legislation passed this session will have as
profound and lasting of an impact on Kansas children.
Just as the multi-year transportation plan passed earlier this week is an investment in our
economy, the Children's Trust Fund is a multi-year investment in our future.
Creating a trust fund allows the tobacco settlement funds to be invested and reinvested
in our most cherished and valuable resource - our children. I vote yes on S. Sub. for HB
2558.--Ed McKechnie, Bill Reardon, Jerry Henry
Mr. Speaker: The Kansas Endowment for Youth is the gift that keeps on giving to Kansas
children. We have seized the opportunity today to make the wisest use of our funds and lay
a foundation of support for Kansas children that will last for decades. This prudent decision
to invest in the future will allow the trust fund to continue providing for the needs of Kansas
children for generations to come.
I am proud to be a part of this lasting legacy for Kansas children. I vote yes on S. Sub
for HB 2558.--Rocky Nichols, Doug Spangler
REPORT ON ENGROSSED BILLS
HB 2575, 2576 reported correctly engrossed May 1, 1999.
On motion of Rep. Glasscock, the House adjourned until 1:00 p.m., Sunday, May 2, 1999.
CHARLENE SWANSON, Journal Clerk.
JANET E. JONES, Chief Clerk.