Legislature(2003 - 2004)
2004-05-10 Senate JournalFull Journal pdf
2004-05-10 Senate Journal Page 3604 HB 15 President Therriault stated that only 14 Senators were present when SENATE CS FOR CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 15(FIN) was advanced from second to third reading on the same day. Article II, Section 14 of the Alaska Constitution requires a three-fourths concurrence to advance a bill on the same day. Therefore, Senator Ben Stevens moved and asked unanimous consent that the bill be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading and placed on final passage. Without objection, it was so ordered. SENATE CS FOR CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 15(FIN) was read the third time. The question being: "Shall SENATE CS FOR CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 15(FIN) "An Act relating to fair trade practices and consumer protection, to telephone solicitations, to charitable solicitations; and providing for an effective date" pass the Senate?" The roll was taken with the following result: SCS CSHB 15(FIN) Third Reading - Final Passage Effective Dates YEAS: 18 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 2 Yeas: Bunde, Cowdery, Davis, Dyson, Ellis, Elton, French, Green, Guess, Hoffman, Olson, Seekins, Stedman, Stevens B, Stevens G, Therriault, Wagoner, Wilken Absent: Lincoln, Ogan 2004-05-10 Senate Journal Page 3605 and so, SENATE CS FOR CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 15(FIN) passed the Senate. Senator Ben Stevens moved and asked unanimous consent that the vote on the passage of the bill be considered the vote on the effective date clauses. Without objection, it was so ordered and the bill was referred to the Secretary for engrossment.