Legislature(2003 - 2004)
2004-05-10 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2004-05-10 House Journal Page 4155 SB 179 The following, which was advanced to third reading from the May 9, 2004, calendar (page 4055), was read the third time: CS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 179(FIN) "An Act relating to criminal history records and background checks; allowing persons to teach in the public schools for up to five months without a teaching certificate if the person has applied for a certificate and the application has not been acted upon by the Department of Education and Early Development due to a delay in receiving criminal history records; allowing teacher certification for certain persons based on a criminal history background check without fingerprints; and providing for an effective date." 2004-05-10 House Journal Page 4156 The question being: "Shall CSSB 179(FIN) pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: CSSB 179(FIN) Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 30 NAYS: 4 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 6 Yeas: Anderson, Berkowitz, Chenault, Cissna, Crawford, Dahlstrom, Foster, Gatto, Gruenberg, Hawker, Heinze, Holm, Joule, Kapsner, Kohring, Kott, Lynn, Masek, McGuire, Meyer, Morgan, Moses, Ogg, Rokeberg, Seaton, Stepovich, Stoltze, Weyhrauch, Wilson, Wolf Nays: Coghill, Gara, Kerttula, Samuels Absent: Croft, Fate, Guttenberg, Harris, Kookesh, Williams Gara changed from "Yea" to "Nay". And so, CSSB 179(FIN) passed the House. Representative Coghill moved and asked unanimous consent that the roll call on the passage of the bill be considered the roll call on the effective date clause. There being no objection, it was so ordered. Representative Kerttula gave notice of reconsideration of the vote on CSSB 179(FIN).