Legislature(1995 - 1996)
1996-05-03 Senate JournalFull Journal pdf
1996-05-03 Senate Journal Page 3876 SB 215 CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 215(FIN) An Act relating to the functions of state agencies; and providing for an effective date which had been held (page 3844) was before the Senate in second reading. President Pearce called the Senate. The call was satisfied. Senator Rieger offered Amendment No. 1: Delete: Page 10; lines 28-31 Page 11; lines 1-2 Insert: Page 10; line 27: After section, (1) lobby a municipality means engage in an activity for the purpose of influencing municipal legislative or administrative action if the activity is substantially the same as activity that would have required registration under AS 24.45.121 if the activity was for the purpose of influencing state legislative or administrative action; (2) lobby the state means to engage in an activity for which registration is required under AS 24.45.121. Senator Rieger moved and asked unanimous consent for the adoption of Amendment No. 1. Senator Duncan objected, then withdrew his objection. There being no further objections, Amendment No. 1 was adopted. Senator Adams offered Amendment No. 2: Delete Section 28 Renumber following sections accordingly. Page 12, line 3: Delete Sections 3, 14, 16, 19, 20, 23, 27, and 28 Insert Sections 3, 14, 16, 19, 20, 23, and 27 1996-05-03 Senate Journal Page 3877 SB 215 Senator Adams moved for the adoption of Amendment No. 2. Senator Halford objected. Senator Leman moved and asked unanimous consent that he be allowed to abstain from voting due to a conflict of interest. Objections were heard and Senator Leman was required to vote. The question being: Shall Amendment No. 2 be adopted? The roll was taken with the following result: CSSB 215(FIN) am Second Reading Amendment No. 2 YEAS: 8 NAYS: 12 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Adams, Duncan, Ellis, Hoffman, Lincoln, Rieger, Salo, Zharoff Nays: Donley, Frank, Green, Halford, Kelly, Leman, Miller, Pearce, R.Phillips, Sharp, Taylor, Torgerson and so, Amendment No. 2 failed. Senator Adams moved and asked unanimous consent that the Senate advance to Unfinished Business. Without objection, it was so ordered.