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OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

 

                                                                                                           

 

                                   

From:  Bryce Fair & Carolyn McCoy                                                                                                    

 

 

Friday, May 5, 2000

 

 

Highlights This Week

 

State Budget Negotiations Continue; Subcommittees Await Funding:  Negotiations continued this week between legislative leaders of the House and Senate over final decisions on the state budget.  Major funding items such as a tax cut on car tags, a new health care initiative proposed by House Speaker Loyd Benson, appropriations for Higher Education, and use of tobacco settlement monies highlighted discussions. 

In the House, Democrats and Republicans continued to argue about that amount of unobligated funds remaining in the state budget that could possibly be used for a car tag reduction (see related items below).

Legislative leaders have also yet to make allocations of funds to the subcommittees of the General Conference Committee on Appropriations (GCCA) that are responsible for finalizing state agency budgets.  Lawmakers now have only three weeks to wrap up the state budget before the session ends on May 26.

[Correction from last week’s update:  Sen. Penny Williams (D – Tulsa) should have been shown as a member of the GCCA Subcommittee on Education.]

Following are links to press releases or other articles related to this week’s budget discussions:

Ø      May 1 comments by Senate President Stratton Taylor on the resolution of the car tag issue: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/senate/welcome.html (then open Senate Press Releases from the menu on the left side of the page)

Ø      May 1 press release from Rep. Russ Roach (D – Tulsa) about the possibility of a state vote on the car tag issue: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1832.htm

Ø      May 2 press release from Rep. Larry Ferguson (R – Cleveland) on a graduated fee proposal for the auto tag issue: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1836.htm

Ø      May 2 press release from Rep. Fred Morgan (R – Oklahoma City) criticizing the Democratic car tag proposal: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1837.htm

Ø      May 3; Total revenue available for appropriation as calculated by House fiscal staff: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1839.htm 

Ø      May 3; Total revenue available for appropriation as calculated by the House Republicans: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1838.htm

Ø      May 3 press release by Rep. Bill Nations (D – Norman) about his efforts to monitor funding for higher education: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/news1840.htm

Ø      May 5 article in the Tulsa World on stalled state budget talks: http://www.tulsaworld.com/Default.asp?WCI=Displaystory&ID=000505_Ne_a1budge

 

 

 

Senate Committee to Consider Nominations Monday: On Monday, May 8, the Senate Education will meet at 1:00 p.m. in room 534-A at the Capitol to consider the four following executive nominations:

§         Cheryl Hunter, Edmond, to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, to serve a nine-year term ending May 16, 2009, succeeding Bob McCormick. (Snyder)

§         Ronald Looney, Tulsa, to the Board of Regents of the Tulsa Community College, to serve a seven-year term ending June 30, 2007, succeeding himself. (Ford)

§         Ray D. Young, Yukon, to the Board of Regents for Redlands Community College, to serve a seven year term ending April 22, 2007, succeeding Judith Thompson. (Johnson)

§         Scott Davis, Bristow, to the State Board of Vocational & Technical Education, to serve a six-year term ending April 1, 2006, succeeding Pam Sitton. (Fisher)

 

 

 

Education Nominees Confirmed by Full Senate This Week: The following executive nominations were confirmed this week by the full Senate (the name of the appointee’s sponsoring senator in shown in parentheses):

§         Mr. Joseph E. Cappy, Tulsa, to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, to serve an unexpired term ending May 16, 2005, succeeding Stephen Jatras. (Ford)

§         Mr. Paul D. Austin, Norman, to the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, to serve a seven year term ending March 21, 2007, succeeding Don Halverstadt. (Hobson)

§         Mr. John Hester, Frederick, to the Board of Regents of Western Oklahoma State College, to serve a seven-year term ending March 24, 2007, succeeding himself. (Capps)

§         Mr. David R. Wilson, Seminole, to the Board of Regents of Seminole State College, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2000, succeeding David Johnson and to serve a seven-year term ending July 1, 2007, succeeding himself. (Haney)

 

 

 

Additional Nominations Announced by Governor: On Thursday, the Governor announced the following executive nominations:

§         Ann Holloway, of Ardmore, to the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges, succeeding Joe Hemphill

§         Mayleen Huilburn, of Chickasha, to the Board of Regents of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, succeeding W. F. Moon

§         David Eggenberg, of Davis, to the Board of Regents of Murray State College, succeeding Sandra Butler

§         Brent Hartin, of Marietta, to the Board of Trustees of the Ardmore Higher Education Program, succeeding Michael Brady

§         Robert Broak, of Midwest City, to the Board of Regents of Rose State College, succeeding himself

§         Dale Covington, of McAlester, to the Board of Regents of Eastern Oklahoma State College, succeeding himself

§         Edwin Vineyard, of Ponca City, to the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, succeeding himself

§         G. Rainey Williams, Jr., of Oklahoma City, to the Medical Technology Research Authority of Oklahoma, succeeding himself

§         Physician Manpower Training Commission:  Kenneth Whittington, of Oklahoma City; John Huser, of Weatherford; and Ray Stowers, of Jenks, were reappointed to terms ending June 2005

§         Oklahoma Textbook Committee:  Juanita Williams of Tulsa to succeed Tamara Lilly; Emoline Ellis of Ardmore to succeed Karen Weilman; Don Klein of Newkirk to succeed Laura Dobson; Susan Davison of Guthrie to succeed Carol Cone; Gordon Taylor of Anadarko to succeed Carol Cumbie; Tim Cain of Edmond to succeed Brice Taylor.

These nominations will next be consider in a Senate committee.

 

 

 

Upcoming Meetings/ Activities:

Ø      See item above about Senate Education Committee meeting on Monday, May 8.

 

 

For up-to-date listings of legislative committee meetings, check the following websites:

House: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/meetings.htm

Senate: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/senate/welcome.html (see Meeting Notices under Senate Committees)

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Legislative Deadlines:

May 26, Friday.................................................................................................... Sine Die Adjournment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Action on Bills This Week:

 

SENATE ACTIONS

Bills Passed on Senate Floor

None

 

 

HOUSE ACTIONS

Bills Passed on the House Floor:

None

 

 

GOVERNOR’S ACTIONS

Bills Sent to the Governor:

HB 2356 – Complaint Review System Task Force for Persons with Disabilities

 

Bills Signed by the Governor:

SB 843 - Great Expectations Summer Institutes scholarships

SB 863 – re-creates Oklahoma Climatological Survey

SB 996 - Teachers’ Retirement; service credit for adjunct employees

SB 1206 – Health insurance; accountability

HB 2725 – Health insurance; coverage for wigs

HB 2121 - Sexual battery by a public employee

HB 2356 – Complaint Review System Task Force for Persons with Disabilities

 

Bills Vetoed by the Governor:

None

 

Bills Added to the Tracking List: 

SB 108 - Health Care Freedom of Choice; ambulatory surgical centers

SCR 91 - Northeastern State University revenue bonds

HB 1130 - Administrative procedures; preemptive rules

HB 1293 - Bids, contracts; non-collusion statement

HB 2665 - Telecommunications; theft of service

 

Bills Deleted from the Tracking List:

None

 

 

 

 

If you are unable to print copies of the bills in this report, please contact Carolyn McCoy at (405) 225-9165 or e-mail her at “cmccoy@osrhe.edu”.


INDEX

BILLS OF INTEREST TO HIGHER EDUCATION

 

 

Administrative procedures, HB 1130

Administrative Hearings, HB 2495

Agriculture

      Enhancement and Diversification Program, HB 2032

      Mediation services, SB 1078

      Seed Banks, SB 888

Albert, Carl, SCR 63

Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission agent’s education requirements, HB 1969

Answering machines, SB 824

Appropriations

      Agriculture Department for OSU extension service, SB 924

      Alliance for Geographic Education, SB 900

      Community Education Grants, SB 900

      Great Expectations Summer Institutes scholarships, SB 900

      Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), SB 954, HB 2220, HB 2222, HB 2260, HB 2261

      Physician Manpower Training Commission, SB 954, HB 2249, HB 2251, HB 2260, HB 2261

      State Regents, SB 954, SB 984, HB 2249, HB 2250, HB 2260, HB 2261, HB 2263, HB 2278, HB 2283

      Teacher Preparation Commission, SB 900, SB 905, SB 954, HB 2260, HB 2261, HB 2277

      University Hospitals, SB 913, SB 918, SB 954, HB 2260, HB 2261

Art in Public Places, HB 2493

Asbestos abatement, SB 924

 

Batty, Linda L., SCR 78

Bidding, public, SB 1100, SB 1172, SB 1176, HB 1293, HB 2323

Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence, SB 866

Bonds, revenue, SCR 91

Branch banking, HB 2676

Budgeting, HB 2290

 

Campus security, SB 1021

Capital Improvement Authority, SB 979

Capital projects, SB 974, SB 975, SB 979, SB 981

Certification of distinction, HB 2128

Charitable auctions, HB 1970

Child welfare, HB 2452

Climatological Survey, SB 863, HB 1849

College savings, SB 1211, HB 2681

Computer information, SB 1337

Concurrent course tuition, SB 1015

Confinement officer training, SB 1141

County Government Personnel Education and Training Comm., HB 1857

Curriculum, SB 788, SB 1015, HB 2452, HB 2728

 

Deferred savings, SB 970

Degree completion cash awards, SB 400

Dental hygienists, SB 1013

Diploma of honor, SB 788, HB 2128

Disabled, HB 2356, HB 2586

Doctor, definition of, HB 2090

 

Electronic commerce, SB 1598, HB 2310, HB 2508

Employee

      Contract, HB 1879

      Temporary appointment, SB 969

EPSCoR, HB 2532

 

Fees, library, student service facility, student health, SB 1305

Fee waiver, HB 2452

Flexible benefits, SB 1396

4-H Day, HCR 1081

 

Graduation requirements, SB 1015, HB 1977

Great Expectations programs, HB 2467

Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers, SB 843

 

Hiring freeze, SB 1050

 

Insurance, health

      Benefits for George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute employees, SB 1024

      Claims, SB 1472, HB 2582

      Emergency coverage, HB 2072

      Enrollment, SB 1396

      Freedom of choice, SB 108, HB 2559

Liability, SB 1206, HB 2710

Managed care plans, SB 1588

      Retirees' benefits, SB 990

      Vision care, HB 2183

      Wigs, HB 2725

International students, HCR 1082

 

Jones, Bob, SCR 66

 

Kinzer, Dr. Joe, Jr., SCR 73

 

Laser safety, HB 1987

Leasing equipment, SB 1390

Leave for National Guard members, SB 1246

Licensed professional counselors, HB 2135

License plates, support education, SB 831

Literacy, Center for Study of, HB 2117

Literacy Initiatives Commission, HB 1850, HB 1856

 

Mentor programs, HB 2467

 

Nigh, George, Rehabilitation Institute, SB 959, SB 1024

Northeastern State University, SCR 91, HB 2117

Northern Oklahoma College, SCR 73

Northwestern Oklahoma State University, SR 45, SR 46

 

Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), HB 2728

Oklahoma Planning and Coordinating Council for Services to Children and Youth, HB 2533

Oklahoma State University, SB 888, HB 1857, HB 2468

      Cooperative Extension Service, SB 1078, HCR 1081

      Foundation former Governor, Bob Jones, SCR 66

Optometrists, HB 2183

Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Pedorthics Practice Act, SB 764

 

Pay raise for state employees, SB 959

Planning, SB 972

Prepaid tuition, HB 2142

Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS), SB 1015

Privatization of government functions, SB 1004, SB 1049

Public construction, SB 1172, SB 1176, SB 1250

 

Reduction-in-Force, HB 1943

Religious freedom, SB 1162

Research, HB 2532

Retirement, SB 991, SB 996, HB 1939

      Benefit increase, HB 2507

      Benefits for George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute employees, SB 1024

      Earnings limit, SB 817

      Health insurance, SB 990

      Organization dues, SB 1239

 

Safety, SB 1021

Sanders, Jason, Rhodes Scholar, SR 44

School land funds, SB 1348

School readiness, SB 1597

Schusterman, Charles and Lynn, SCR 82

Science and Technology Month, HCR 1076

Sexual activity between teacher and student, SB 1021

Sexual battery, HB 2121

Smoking in public places, HB 2529

State Anatomical Board, SB 868

Strategic planning, SB 972

Struckle, Joe, SR 45

Student loans, SB 1154

Sunset legislation, HB 1923

Surplus property, SB 1023, HB 1905

 

Tax

      Deduction for college savings plan contributions, HB 2681

      Exemption for

            Admission tickets, SB 1214

            Campus construction projects, SB 1216

            Computer equipment used for Internet service, SB 1364

            Institutional parking, SB 1057

            Interest income on tax-exempt obligations, SB 1389

Teacher

      Certification, SB 1392, HB 2728

      Forgivable loans, SB 1393

      Pay raise, HB 2653

      Preparation, SB 1237

Telecommunications, SB 1178, HB 2665

Telemedicine, SB 1252, HB 1918, HB 1947

Testing, school, HB 2600

Textbooks, SB 1139

Tobacco settlement, SB 974, SB 977, SB 978, SB 1045, SB 1404, HB 1002, HB 2022, HB 2291, HCR 1080

Tourism management internship, SB 930

TRIO Day, HR 1049

Tuition

      Plans, HB 2142

      Scholarship, SB 788, SB 982

Tulsa Race Riot memorial park, HB 2468

 

University Center of Tulsa, HB 2468

University of Central Oklahoma graduate Linda L. Batty, SCR 78

University of Oklahoma

      Climatological Survey, SB 863, HB 1849

      Graduate, Carl Albert, SCR 63

      In Tulsa, SCR 82

      Philanthropists, Charles and Lynn Schusterman, SCR 82

      Student, Jason Sanders, SR 44

 

Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION), HB 2662

Voice mail, SB 824

Volunteers, screening of, SB 1432, HB 2336

 

Workers' Compensation, SB 1146, SB 1414, SB 1606, HB 2638

Workforce investment, HB 1967

World War II memorial, HB 1863


BILL SUMMARIES

 

Status Reported as of May 4, 2000

 

 

SENATE BILLS

 

 

SB 108 (Long/Gilbert) - HEALTH INSURANCE/FREEDOM OF CHOICE.  Expands locations at which services and procedures covered under an accident and health insurance policy may be performed pursuant to the Health Care Freedom of Choice Act to include ambulatory surgical centers; includes such centers in types of facilities for which a provision, exclusion or limitation in an accident and health insurance policy shall be void.  (36 §§ 6054, 6056, 6057)

      3/2/99   Bill Passed - Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb108_engr.rtf

      3/31/99Bill Amended and Passed House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb108_hasb.rtf

      5/27/99CCR Submitted, Conferees Unable to Agree

      4/25/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

 

SB 400 (Stipe/Culver) - DEGREE COMPLETION/CASH AWARDS.  Authorizes the Department of Corrections to provide cash awards to employees who complete the degree requirements for an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s level program, through an accredited college or university, in the behavioral sciences; requires that the department ensure that any employee who completes one of the specific degree programs is offered an award; prohibits any single award from exceeding $1,000 and prohibits an employee from being awarded more than $2,500 during the duration of employment with the department; limits the total of such awards to $10,000 each fiscal year; requires that any employee who accepts such cash award and voluntarily leaves employment with the department within two years must reimburse the department in full.  (57 § 528.6)

      2/17/99Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb400_cs.rtf

      3/2/99   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb400_engr.rtf

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb400_hcs.rtf

      4/05/00Bill Passed – House  (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb400_hasb.rtf

      4/12/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 764 (Maddox/Deutschendorf) - ORTHOTISTS/PROSTHETISTS.  Creates the Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Pedorthics Practice Act; provides for licensure, regulations and education qualifications.  (59 §§ 3001/3008)

      2/1/99   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB764_int.rtf

      2/8/99   Title stricken

      2/8/99   Senate Committee - Do Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb764_sflr.rtf

      3/15/00Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted; Passed – Senate  (43-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb764_engr.rtf

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed

      4/11/00Title stricken

      4/11/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (80-19) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb764_hasb.rtf

      4/12/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 788 (Fisher/Wells) – CURRICULUM/TUITION SCHOLARSHIP.  Requires that in order to graduate with a standard diploma, students must have three units in language arts, mathematics, science and social studies; provides that to be eligible to participate in the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Program, a student has to have graduated with a GPA of 3.0 or higher; repeals sections relating to diplomas of honor.  (70 §§ 11-103.6, 2612)

      2/1/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB788_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb788_cs.rtf

      3/01/00Bill Passed – Senate  (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb788_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/17/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb788_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 817 (Milacek/McCarter) - RETIREMENT.  Increases to $18,000 the earnings limit for certain retired members of the Teachers’ Retirement System.  (70 § 17-116.10

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB817_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb817_sflr.rtf

      2/28/00Title restored

      2/28/00Bill Amended and Passed Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb817_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb817_hasb.rtf

      3/27/00Title stricken

      3/27/00Bill Amended and Passed House  (85-11) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb817_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 824 (Maddox/Paulk) - ANSWERING MACHINES/VOICE MAIL.  Requires that the primary telephone number at state agencies, including State System higher education institutions, centers and other constituent agencies, be answered by an agency employee during normal business hours; prohibits the use of an answering device on the primary telephone designated to receive calls from the public during normal business hours or forwarded to a telephone that is not answered by an employee; provides an exception to allow agencies to use answering devices to answer calls during other than normal business hours and calls to other numbers the agency maintains.  (74 § 3306)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB824_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Committee - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb824_sflr.rtf

      3/1/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (41-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb824_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb824_hcs.rtf

      4/05/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/05/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (91-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb824_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 831 (Ford/Newport) – SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES.  Adds the Support Education License Plate to list of special license plates authorized by the Oklahoma Tax Commission; provides that $2 of the $25 fee will go to the Tax Commission with the remaining $23 dollars divided between the Education Reform Revolving Fund (5 percent), the Higher Education Revolving Fund (5 percent), the State Vocational-Technical Fund (5 percent), and the Teachers’ Retirement Benefit Fund (85 percent).  (47 § 1136)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB831_int.rtf

      2/22/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb831_sflr.rtf

      2/28/00Floor Substitute Adopted and Passed – Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb831_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Second reading - Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/11/00Bill Passed – House  (94-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb831_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 843 (Helton/McCarter) - GREAT EXPECTATIONS.  Removes the first-come-first-served criteria for awarding scholarships for teachers and administrators to attend the Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers; authorizes the State Board of Education to develop criteria for scholarship awards.  (70 § 6-194.2) 

      4/28/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb843_enr.rtf

 

SB 863 (Harrison/Easley) – CLIMATOLOGICAL SURVEY/LITERACY INITIATIVES.  Re-creates until 2006 various boards including the Oklahoma Climatological Survey. (74 § 3907)

      4/28/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb863_enr.rtf

 

SB 866 (Harrison/Easley) - BOARD OF TESTS FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG INFLUENCE. Re-creates until 2006 the Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence, the chairman of which is the Dean of the OU College of Medicine or the Dean’s designee.  (47 § 759)

      4/18/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb866_enr.rtf

 

SB 868 (Harrison/Easley) - STATE ANATOMICAL BOARD. Re-creates until 2006 the State Anatomical Board. (47 § 759)

      4/18/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb868_enr.rtf

 

SB 888 (Muegge/Corn) - AGRICULTURE SEED BANKS.  Creates a 17-member Task Force on Agriculture Seed Banks, the membership of which includes the Dean of Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agriculture or a designee.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB888_int.rtf

      2/14/00Senate committee - Com Sub passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb888_scs.rtf

      2/28/00Senate - Passed  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb888_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Second reading - Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      3/30/00Title stricken

      3/30/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb888_hcs.rtf

      4/18/00Bill Passed – House  (101-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb888_hasb.rtf

      4/24/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

 

SB 900 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS.  This is a shell bill appropriating to various education entities including the State Board of Education for scholarships to the Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers, for grants for a community education consortium group which is associated with a State System institution, for monitoring programs for teacher applicants on a contract basis with a State System institution, for participation in the National Assessment of Educational Progress, for contracting with the Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education, and to the Teacher Preparation Commission.  (70 § 18.103.1)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb900_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (93-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb900_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 905 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Provides budgetary limitations for the Teacher Preparation Commission.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb905_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (99-2) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb905_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 913 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to various health entities including the University Hospitals Authority.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb913_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (100-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb913_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 918 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS. Provides budgetary limitations for the University Hospitals Authority.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb918_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (92-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb918_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 924 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to various agencies including the State Department of Agriculture for Oklahoma State University’s Statewide Intensive Financial Management Assistance Program and animal diagnostic laboratory equipment; allows the Agriculture Department to spend as much as necessary to accomplish contractual responsibilities for statewide dissemination of intensive financial management technical assistance by OSU’s extension service; requires the Labor Department to submit annual reports detailing the amount per agency of all state, federal and local funds received for asbestos abatement, the projects completed per agency, the number of agency employees used in the programs and the projected needs for the next succeeding fiscal year; requires the State Regents and other appropriate state agencies involved in asbestos abatement to cooperate with the Labor Department to provide such information

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB924_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb924_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (97-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb924_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 930 (Haney /Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS/TOURISM MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP.  Appropriates to the Tourism and Recreation Department; Section 10 authorizes the State Regents to establish an internship program in conjunction with the Department for students enrolled in a State System institution who are pursuing an associate or business administration degree in the area of tourism management. 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB930_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb930_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (90-9) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb930_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 954 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS/STATE REGENTS/PMTC/OCAST/TEACHER PREP/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  This is a general appropriations bill which appropriates to the State Regents, the Physician Manpower Training Commission, the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), Teacher Preparation Commission and the University Hospitals Authority. 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB954_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb954_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/19/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/19/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb954_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 959 (Taylor/Benson) – STATE EMPLOYEE PAY RAISE.  Provides for a pay increase for certain state employees, including the employees of the George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute.

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor -http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb959_enr.rtf

 

SB 969 (Haney/Settle) - TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT.  Merges provisions of duplicate sections relating to unclassified service.  (74 § 840-5.5) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB969_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb969_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/19/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/19/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb969_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 970 (Haney/Settle) - DEFERRED SAVINGS.  Merges provisions of duplicate sections relating to the Oklahoma State Employees Deferred Savings Incentive Plan.  (74 § 1707)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB970_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb970_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (98-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb970_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 972 (Haney/Settle) - STRATEGIC PLANNING.  This is a shell bill relating to agency strategic plans.  (62 § 45.3)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb972_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb972_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 974 (Haney/Settle) - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT/TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  This is a shell bill authorizing the Department of Central Services to expend certain monies in the Capital Improvement Revolving Fund for site location, design and architectural work for projects funded by the Tobacco Settlement Revolving Fund as approved by the Long-Range Capital Planning Commission and the Contingency Review Board.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB974_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb974_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (72-28) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb974_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 975 (Haney/Settle) - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT/STATE REGENTS.  This is a shell bill authorizing the Department of Central Services to expend certain monies in the Capital Improvement Revolving Fund for site location, design and architectural work for projects of the State Regents as approved by the Long-Range Capital Planning Commission and the Contingency Review Board. 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB975_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb975_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (95-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb975_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 977 (Haney/Settle) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Creates a Tobacco Settlement Revolving Fund comprising monies received by the state in settlement of claims against tobacco manufacturers; requires legislative appropriation for expenditure of such funds. (62 § 277.3) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB977_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb977_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/20/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/20/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb977_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 978 (Haney/Settle) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Creates a Tobacco Settlement Revolving Fund comprising monies received by the state in settlement of claims against tobacco manufacturers; requires legislative appropriation for expenditure of such funds. (62 § 277.3) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB978_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb978_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Title Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb978_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 979 (Haney/Settle) - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT.  This is a shell bill relating to the Capital Improvement Authority.  (73 § 301) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB979_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb979_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Title Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb979_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 981 (Haney/Settle) – HIGHER EDUCATION CAPITAL FUND.  Deletes obsolete language relating to the Higher Education Capital Fund and to gross production tax apportionment. (62 § 41.29d, 68 § 1004) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB981_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb981_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb981_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 982 (Haney/Settle) - TUITION SCHOLARSHIP.  Deletes obsolete language relating to the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Fund and to gross production tax apportionment. (62 § 41.29e, 68 § 1004)  Bill text:

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB982_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb982_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb982_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 984 (Haney/Settle) - APPROPRIATIONS.  This is a shell bill appropriating to the State Regents. 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB984_int.rtf

      2/14/00Withdrawn from Appropriations; Direct to Calendar

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb984_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to House Calendar

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb984_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 990 (Morgan/Roberts) - RETIREMENT.  Provides an additional opportunity to certain retired or vested members of OTRS to elect to again be covered under the health, dental and all other insurance benefits authorized by the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Act, if his or her spouse loses coverage for any reason.  (74 §§ 1315, 1316.2, 1316.3)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB990_int.rtf

      2/16/00Title stricken

      2/16/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb990_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (39-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb990_engr.rtf

      3/30/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb990_hcs.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb990_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 991 (Morgan/Wells) - RETIREMENT.  Changes the effective date of a 1999 measure relating to retirement to July 1, 2001.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB991_int.rtf

      2/16/00Title stricken

      2/16/00Senate Committee - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb991_sflr.rtf

      2/29/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb991_engr.rtf

      3/20/00House Committee – Passed

      3/27/00Enacting Clause Stricken - House

      3/27/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (95-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb991_hasb.rtf

      4/11/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 996 (Morgan/Adair) - RETIREMENT.  Pertains to the Teachers’ Retirement System; allows an OTRS member who was employed in an adjunct position in a State System institution to purchase a maximum five years’ credit for such employment; allows one year of service credit to be purchased for any calendar year in which the member worked 18 credit hours or more in such position.  (70 § 17-116.16)

      5/03/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb996_enr.rtf

 

SB 1004 (Leftwich/Vaughn)- PRIVATIZATION OF STATE FUNCTIONS.  Requires agencies, before contracting to privatize a function, to determine the fully allocated cost of the current service delivery system and the existence of an adequate number of vendors to assure the presence of a competitive market; requires an agency to provide its employees with a consultant to help prepare an employee proposal or training on proposal preparation; requires that proposals submitted by agency employees be considered simultaneously in the bid or proposal process with non-employee bids and proposals; requires the agency, when evaluating bids and proposals from private vendors and employees, to consider the full cost of privatizing, including the cost of contract implementation and monitoring and transitional costs; requires the agency to certify that the privatization is at least 10 percent below the cost of state operation and that it maintains quality services.  (74 § 589)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1004_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1004_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (39-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1004_engr.rtf

      3/28/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1004_hcr.rtf

      4/3/00   Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/3/00   Bill Passed – House  (61-38) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1004_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1013 (Long/Gray) - DENTAL HYGIENISTS.  Authorizes the Board of Dentistry to prescribe services that dental hygienists can perform; specifies that organized health services that may employ registered hygienists may include educational facilities; long-term care facilities; nursing homes; home health agencies; group homes serving the elderly, handicapped or juveniles; state-operated institutions; federal, state or local public health facilities; and other facilities deemed appropriate by the board.  (59 § 328.34) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1013_int.rtf

      2/14/00Senate committee - Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1013_sflr.rtf

      3/1/00   Title stricken

      3/1/00   Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1013_engr.rtf

      3/30/00House Committee – Passed

      4/12/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/12/00Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (95-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1013_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1015 (Williams/Roberts) - DIPLOMA OF HONOR.  Provides that a school district shall not be required to offer every course listed in core curriculum requirements, but must offer a sufficient course selection to allow a student to meet graduation requirements; provides that a school district not be responsible for tuition for concurrent courses unless the district does not offer enough course selection to meet graduation requirements; specifies graduation requirements for correspondence courses, individualized education programs, and charter schools.  The amendment adds language providing for the awarding of academic credit for graduation requirements for certain vo-tech courses.  (70 §§ 11-103.6, 3-136)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1015_int.rtf

      2/14/00Title stricken

      2/14/00Senate committee - Passed as Amended

      3/1/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1015_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1015_hcs.rtf

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1015_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1021 (Maddox/Kirby) - CAMPUS SECURITY.  Authorizes the governing board of an institution of learning to order disruptive persons to leave the premises; increases from 30 days to one year the period of prohibition after being ordered removed from an institution; provides for a grievance or appeal procedure.  The bill was amended by inserting a section concerning sexual activity between a teacher and a student and inserting a section concerning soliciting sex with a minor using a computer.  (21 §§ 1040.13a, 1376)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1021_int.rtf

      2/28/00Senate Com - Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1021_sflr.rtf

      3/14/00Title stricken

      3/14/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (36-10) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1021_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1021_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1023 (Shurden/Leist) - SURPLUS COMPUTERS.  Requires that local school districts be given an opportunity to request state-agency surplus computers and computer equipment.  (74 § 62.4) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1023_int.rtf

      2/24/00Senate Committee – Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1023_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (44-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1023_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/05/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/05/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (91-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1023_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1024 (Shurden/Leist) - George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute EMPLOYEES.  Provides for eligibility for certain retirement and health benefits for certain employees of the George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute.  (74 §§ 902, 1316.2, 1316.3, 1707)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1024_int.rtf

      2/16/00Title stricken

      2/16/00Senate Committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1024_cs.rtf

      3/1/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (41-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1024_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1024_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1045 (Haney/Settle) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Modifies the mandated apportionment for monies received by the Attorney General on behalf of the state to provide an exemption for sums received pursuant to the Master Settlement Agreement entered into by the state and leading U.S. tobacco products manufacturers. (74 § 19)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1045_int.rtf

      2/28/00Senate Committee – Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1045_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (47-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1045_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1045_hcs.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1045_hasb.rtf

      4/12/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

 

SB 1049 (Rabon/Sellers) - PRIVATIZATION.  Requires state agencies having a budget of $50,000 or more, before contracting to privatize a function, to perform a cost/benefit analysis and provide a copy of the report to the Department of Central Services; requires Central Services to make certain findings.  (74 §§ 588, 588.1, 589) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1049_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1049_sflr.rtf

      3/1/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (37-7) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1049_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/11/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (68-29) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1049_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1050 (Leftwich/Paulk) – HIRING FREEZE.  Amends section of the Oklahoma Personnel Act pertaining to hiring freezes.  (74 § 840-2.14)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1050_int.rtf

      2/28/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1050_cs.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (42-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1050_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/13/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/13/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (58-37) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1050_hasb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1057 (Hobson/Corn) - SALES TAX EXEMPTION.  Provides a sales tax exemption for the sale, lease or use of parking privileges by a State System institution.  (68 § 1356)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1057_int.rtf

      2/22/00Senate Committee – Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1057_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1057_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/11/00Bill Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1057_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1078 (Muegge/Covey) - AGRICULTURE/OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION.  Authorizes mediation services for agricultural and rural living issues; directs the Agriculture Department, in cooperation with the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, to develop and implement a plan to increase public awareness of the program.  (2 § 2-29) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1078_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title stricken

      2/21/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1078_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (48-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1078_engr.rtf

      3/20/00House Committee – Passed

      4/11/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1078_hasb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1100 (Stipe/Tyler) - PUBLIC BIDDING.  Relates to disclosure of items of bid and prequalification of bidders.  (61 §§ 116, 118)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1100_enr.rtf

 

SB 1139 (Crutchfield/Staggs) - TEXTBOOKS.  Amends qualifications of members of the State Textbook Committee; authorizes the Committee to insert a disclaimer into textbooks; requires that science textbooks include acknowledgment that human life was created by one God of the Universe. (70 § 16-101)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1139_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title stricken

      2/21/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1139_sflr.rtf

      3/2/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1139_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1139_hcs.rtf

      4/05/00Bill Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1139_hasb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1141 (Helton/Paulk) - CONFINEMENT OFFICER TRAINING.  Requires that training and seminars for certification for confinement officers be conducted in vo-tech schools, higher education institutions, or other approved sites.  (59 § 1751.3)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1141_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title stricken

      2/21/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1141_sflr.rtf

      3/14/00Bill Passed – Senate  (42-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1141_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1141_hcs.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1141_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1146 (Stipe/Mass) - WORKERS’ COMPENSATION.  Provides for representation before the Workers’ Compensation Court.  (85 §§ 3.3a, 3.4)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1146_int.rtf

      2/17/00Senate Committee - Passed

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1146_engr.rtf

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed

      4/17/00Title stricken

      4/17/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1146_hasb.rtf

      4/25/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

 

SB 1154 (Morgan/Settle) - STUDENT LOANS.  Expands student loans and student loan programs in which insurers may invest.  (36 § 1629) 

      4/18/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1154_enr.rtf

 

SB 1162 (Pruitt/Vaughn) - RELIGIOUS FREEDOM.  Creates the “Oklahoma Religious Freedom Restoration Act”; prohibits government agencies from substantially burdening a person’s free exercise of religion, even if the burden results from a rule of general applicability, unless it demonstrates the application of the burden is essential to further a compelling governmental interest and the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest.  (51 § 251/256)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1162_int.rtf

      2/15/00Senate Committee - Passed as Amended

      3/6/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1162_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Title stricken

      3/30/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/05/00Bill Passed – House  (90-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1162_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1172 (Robinson/Paulk) - PUBLIC BIDDING.  Increases from $13,500 to $25,000 the public construction contract amount above which the contractor must furnish a bond or irrevocable letter of credit and certified check equal to 5 percent of the bid.  (61 §§ 1, 107)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1172_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title stricken

      2/21/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1172_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (48-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1172_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Title restored

      3/20/00House Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1172_hcr.rtf

      4/3/00   Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/3/00   Bill Passed – House  (76-24) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1172_hasb.rtf

      4/06/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1176 (Robinson/Paulk) - PUBLIC BIDDING.  Prohibits public agencies from requiring for any public construction project submission of a project bid based on acquiring or participating in any wrap-up, wrap-around or controlled insurance program.  (61 § 113)

      4/10/00      Signed by Governor http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1176_enr.rtf

 

SB 1178 (Robinson/Deutschendorf) - TELECOMMUNICATIONS.  Authorizes use of monies in the Telecommunications Technology Training Fund for the training of school administrators.  (17 § 139.109)

      4/10/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1178_enr.rtf

 

SB 1206 (Henry/Settle) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Enacts the “The HMO Reform and Accountability Act”; makes health maintenance organizations (HMOs) liable for damages for harm to an insured or enrollee proximately caused by health care treatment decisions made by its employees, agents or representatives acting on its behalf.   The floor substitute enacts the “Managed Health Care Reform and Accountability Act”; applies to health insurance carriers and other managed care entities as well as HMOs; requires health care entities to exercise ordinary care when making health care treatment decisions; makes entities liable for damages for harm to an enrollee proximately caused by breach of the duty to exercise ordinary care if such failure resulted in denial, significant delay or modification of health care service recommended for or furnished to the enrollee and the enrollee suffered harm; provides for external review. (36 §§ 6591/6596; 63 § 2528.5)

      4/28/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1206_enr.rtf

 

SB 1211 (Henry/Blackburn) - COLLEGE SAVINGS.  Authorizes voluntary payroll deductions for state employees for payments to a college savings account administered under the Oklahoma College Savings Plan Act; exempts college savings account withdrawals from calculation in taxable income.  (62 § 7.10, 68 § 2358)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1211_enr.rtf

 

SB 1214 (Morgan/Nations) - SALES TAX/ADMISSION TICKETS.  Exempts sales tax for campus activity admission tickets, provided revenue is used for gender equity purposes.  (68 § 1356)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1214_int.rtf

      2/15/00Title stricken

      2/16/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1214_sflr.rtf

      3/13/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1214_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/05/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/05/00Bill Amended & Passed – House  (97-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1214_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1216 (Morgan/Braddock) - SALES TAX/CAMPUS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS.  Exempts from state sales tax sales of tangible personal property or services for use on campus construction projects for accredited public or private higher education institutions, when such projects are financed by or through use of nonprofit, tax-exempt entities.  The amendment adds a section pertaining to tax exemption for nonprofit community-based literacy organizations.  (68 § 1356)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1216_int.rtf

      2/15/00Title stricken

      2/15/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1216_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1216_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1216_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1237 (Williams/Paulk) - TEACHER PREPARATION.  Authorizes the Teacher Preparation Commission to reimburse teachers for fees paid for successful completion of competency examinations upon such teacher contracting to teach with an Oklahoma public school. (70 § 6-188)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1237_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1237_sflr.rtf

      3/01/00Bill Passed – Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1237_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1237_hcs.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (97-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1237_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1239 (Leftwich/Roberts) - Retirement.  Requires the Teachers’ Retirement System of Oklahoma to provide to a member making application to retire an application to participate in a retired teachers’ organization along with a form allowing the member to elect to have dues prorated and withheld from the member’s retirement benefits; requires such an organization to pay for the cost of applications and forms; requires that to qualify as a retired teachers’ organization, the organization must have at least 5,000 dues-paying members.  (70 §§ 17-122, 17-122.1)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1239_int.rtf

      2/16/00Title Stricken

      2/16/00Senate Committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1239_cs.rtf

      3/01/00Bill Passed – Senate  (29-15) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1239_engr.rtf

      3/27/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1239_hcs.rtf

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (89-11) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1239_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1246 (Hobson/Wells) - LEAVE/NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS.  Entitles public employees who are members of the National Guard on inactive duty to a leave of absence for any period of active duty without loss of status or efficiency rating. (44 § 209)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1246_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1246_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1246_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause stricken

      3/29/00Title Stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1246_hcs.rtf

      4/04/00Bill Passed – House  (97-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1246_hasb.rtf

      4/12/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1250 (Robinson/Paulk) - PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION.  Requires state agencies to use consultant and construction contract forms that the Department of Central Services requires to award contracts for designs to construct, renovate, alter, repair, maintain or improve real property or fixtures of real property of the state. (61 §§ 60, 202)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1250_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1250_sflr.rtf

      3/9/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (25-21) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1250_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Title restored

      3/20/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/SB1250_hcs.rtf

      4/04/00Bill Passed – House  (92-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1250_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00Senate Rejects House Amendments, Requests Conference

 

SB 1252 (Robinson/Ervin) - TELEMEDICINE.  Requires that each nonprofit hospital in the state receive free of charge, upon written request, one telecommunications line or wireless connection sufficient for providing telemedicine services the hospital is equipped to provide; provides that the telecommunications carrier be entitled to reimbursement from the Universal Service Fund for providing the line or connection. (17 § 139.109)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1252_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title Stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1252_sflr.rtf

      3/13/00Bill Passed – Senate  (41-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1252_engr.rtf

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Passed – House  (77-20) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1252_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1305 (Hobson/Wells) – SPECIAL FEES.  Raises the cap on library automation and materials fees at State System institutions from $1.50 to $2.25 per semester credit hour; raises the cap on the fees for student service facilities, such as student union, infirmary and stadium from $4.30 to $7.30; raises the cap on student health care fees from $46 to $54.  (70 §§ 3218.11, 3218.12)

      4/24/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1305_enr.rtf

 

SB 1337 (Coffee/Askins) - COMPUTER INFORMATION.  Creates the Oklahoma Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act; provides requirements for agreements to create, modify, transfer or license computer information or information rights in computer information.  (12A §§ 14-101/14-904) 

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1337_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1337_sflr.rtf

      3/13/00Bill Passed – Senate  (37-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1337_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/30/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/18/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1337_hasb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1348 (Herbert/Glover) – SCHOOL LAND FUNDS.  Relates to distribution from permanent school funds; modifies distribution formula.  (64 §§ 51.A, 253)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1348_int.rtf

      2/23/00Senate Committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1348_cs.rtf

      3/01/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1348_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title Stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1348_hcs.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – House  (94-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1348_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1364 (Monson/Rice) - SALES TAX EXEMPTION/COMPUTER EQUIPMENT.  Provides a sales tax exemption for routers, servers and modems, operating software and replacement parts used to provide Internet services that are sold, leased or rented to or used by an Internet service provider in the conduct of an Internet service business.  (68 §§ 1352, 1357)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1364_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1364_sflr.rtf

      3/8/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (37-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1364_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1364_hcs.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1364_hasb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1389 (Henry/Beutler) - INCOME TAX EXEMPTION.  Modifies adjustments to taxable income to exclude interest income on tax-exempt obligations issued by or on behalf of the state or a political subdivision.  (68 § 2358)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1389_int.rtf

      2/15/00Title stricken

      2/16/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1389_sflr.rtf

      3/7/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1389_engr.rtf

      3/22/00House Committee – Passed

      4/3/00   Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/3/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1389_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1390 (Hobson/Askins) - EQUIPMENT LEASING.  Section 16 authorizes the Capitol Improvement Authority to create and administer a state agency equipment leasing and finance program.  (73 § 184)

      4/24/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1390_enr.rtf

 

SB 1392 (Ford/Adkins) - TEACHER CERTIFICATION.  Requires teachers of honors courses to be certified to teach in the subject area.  (70 § 11-103.6c)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1392_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title stricken

      2/21/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1392_sflr.rtf

      2/28/00Bill Passed – Senate  (35-9) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1392_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/03/00Bill Passed – House  (96-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1392_hasb.rtf

      4/12/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1393 (Ford/Bryant) - TEACHER LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM.  States legislative intent that the State Regents establish a teacher loan repayment program for students planning to teach math or science in an Oklahoma public secondary school.  (70 § 698.3)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1393_int.rtf

      2/23/00Senate Committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1393_cs.rtf

      3/6/00   Title Stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1393_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1393_hcs.rtf

      4/05/00Bill Passed – House  (92-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1393_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1396 (Monson/Askins) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Authorizes the Employee Benefits Council to require vendors to set their rates in an amount not to exceed the rates offered to other large employers within the state for comparable benefits; requires that the enrollment period for participating members be extended in any legislative session in which benefits offered by the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board or the Employee Benefits Council are modified by legislation; repeals a duplicate section relating to the flexible benefit allowance.  (74 §§ 1365, 1370, 1374)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1396_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1396_cs.rtf

      3/01/00Bill Passed – Senate  (32-13) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1396_engr.rtf

      3/30/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1396_hcs.rtf

      4/10/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/10/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (95-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1396_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1404 (Taylor/Benson) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Creates a Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund; requires the board of directors to serve as trustees with respect to investment of trust monies and to review and make recommendations to the Legislature regarding expenditure of investment income.  (62 § 280)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1404_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1404_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (45-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1404_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1404_hcs.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Passed – House  (86-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1404_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1414 (Henry/Ervin) - WORKERS' COMPENSATION.  Provides for liability of the employer or the employer's insurance carrier for the degree of percent of disability which would have resulted from the subsequent injury if there had been no preexistent impairment.  (85 § 3, 10, 22, 42, 92, 172/175)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1414_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1414_sflr.rtf

      3/7/00   Bill Passed – Senate  (43-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1414_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/04/00Bill Passed – House  (98-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1414_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1432 (Smith/Thornbrugh) – SCREENING OF VOLUNTEERS.  Requires the OSBI to provide Oklahoma criminal history records to charitable organizations for the purpose of screening volunteers for that charitable organization at no cost.  (74 § 150.9)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1432_int.rtf

      2/28/00Senate committee - Passed

      3/13/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1432_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1432_hcs.rtf

      4/04/00Title Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1432_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1472 (Shurden/Erwin) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Decreases from 60 to 30 days the time period after which, if an insurance claim is not paid, the insurer shall pay interest.   The amendment adds sections requiring health benefit plans to require at least 12 months for submission for medical benefit claims; requires publishing of reimbursement guidelines, including coverage limitations and appeals processes; requires a 60-day notice of guideline changes. (36 §§ 1219, 6061, 6062)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1472_int.rtf

      2/22/00Senate Committee – Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1472_sflr.rtf

      3/13/00Bill Passed – Senate  (36-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1472_engr.rtf

      3/28/00House Committee – Passed

      4/05/00Title Stricken

      4/05/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1472_hasb.rtf

      4/13/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1588 (Monson/Seikel) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Modifies the definition of a managed care plan to include one that requires an enrollee to initially seek services from a primary care provider as defined by the managed care plan.  (63 §§ 2525.3, 2550.1)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1588_int.rtf

      2/28/00Title stricken

      2/28/00Senate Com - Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1588_sflr.rtf

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (41-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1588_engr.rtf

      3/23/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1588_hcs.rtf

      4/13/00Bill Passed – House  (94-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1588_hasb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1597 (Fisher/Boyd) – SCHOOL READINESS.  Creates the “Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Act”; creates Board of Directors which includes the Chancellor or his designee; provides that the Partnership shall receive assistance from several state agencies including the State Regents.  The floor substitute creates the “Oklahoma Smart Start Partnership Act”; creates an advisory board the membership of which does not include the Chancellor.  (10 §§ 640/640.6)

      2/7/00   Senate Introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1597_int.rtf

      2/21/00Title Stricken

      2/21/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended

      2/28/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (45-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1597_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1597_hcs.rtf

      4/17/00Title stricken

      4/17/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/17/00Floor Substitute Amended and Passed – House  (63-36), Emergency (69-24) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1597_hasb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

SB 1598 (Coffee/Perry) - ELECTRONIC COMMERCE.  Repeals the "Electronic Records and Signature Act of 1998" and creates the "Uniform Electronic Transaction Act"; provides that the act applies only to transactions between parties that have agreed to conduct transactions by electronic means; provides that if a law requires a record to be in writing an electronic record satisfies the law; provides that if a law requires a signature, an electronic signature satisfies the law; outlines the applicability of act to certain types of transactions; provides for evidentiary admissibility of electronic records and signatures; outlines exceptions; provides that a contract may be formed by interaction of electronic agents of the parties; provides that an electronic record is sent if certain conditions are met; designates procedures to be followed regarding transferable records; requires state agencies to determine whether and the extent to which they will create and retain electronic records and convert written records to electronic records; repeals sections which relate to legal effect, validity, enforceability and retention of electronic records.  (12A §§ 15-101/15-119, 15 §§ 960/968)

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1598_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Com – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1598_sflr.rtf

      2/29/00Bill Passed – Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1598_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/05/00Bill Passed – House  (97-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1598_hasb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

SB 1606 (Pruitt/Morgan) - WORKERS' COMPENSATION.  This is a comprehensive bill pertaining to Workers’ Compensation.

      2/7/00   Senate introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SB1606_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00Senate Committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1606_cs.rtf

      3/14/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (45-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sb1606_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00House Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/04/00Bill Passed – House  (89-10) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/sb1606_hasb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee

 

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

 

SCR 63 (Stipe/Mass) - CARL ALBERT.  Praises the life and career of the former Speaker of the U.S. House Carl Bert Albert, who was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma

      2/9/00  Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/scr63_enr.rtf

 

SCR 66 (Taylor/Benson) – BOB JONES.  Honors the memory of Mr. Bob Jones, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association.  Mr. Jones served as Governor of the Oklahoma State University Foundation and served on the board of the Physician Manpower Training Commission.

      3/22/00      Adopted, to Secretary of State -http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/scr66_enr.rtf

 

SCR 73 (Milacek/Roggow) – NORTHERN OKLAHOMA COLLEGE.  Declares April 14, 2000, “Northern Oklahoma College Appreciation Day”, and congratulates the college and its president, Dr. Joe Kinzer, Jr., for successfully operating its dual campus system.

      4/12/00      To Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/scr73_enr.rtf

 

SCR 78 (Taylor/Jones) – LINDA L. BATTY.  Commends Linda L. Batty for her many contributions to public education.  Ms. Batty graduated from Central State College (University of Central Oklahoma).

      3/28/00Senate introduced – http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/SCR78_int.rtf

      4/3/00  Adopted, to Secretary of State -

 

SCR 82 (Taylor/Easley) – CHARLES & LYNN SCHUSTERMAN.  Expresses appreciation to Charles and Lynn Schusterman for their philanthropic and charitable activities.  The Schustermans have benefited the University of Oklahoma through the endowment of the Schusterman/Josey Chair in Judaic History, the creation of the Energy Institute of the Americas program, and the $10 million grant for the Schusterman Health Sciences Center at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa.

      4/4/00  Adopted, to Secretary of State -http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/scr82_enr.rtf

 

SCR 91 (Rozell/Culver) – NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY REVENUE BONDS.  Authorizes the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges to issue revenue bonds on behalf of Northeastern State University.

      5/02/00Introduced - Senate

 

SENATE RESOLUTIONS

 

SR 44 (Ford) - JASON SANDERS.  Congratulates Jason Sanders upon his selection as a Rhodes Scholar.  Jason is a University of Oklahoma student and won a Regents’ Award for outstanding juniors. 

      2/14/00      Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sr44_enr.rtf

 

SR 45 (Muegge) - JOE STRUCKLE.  Honors Joe J. Struckle upon his retirement as president of Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

      2/10/00      Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sr45_enr.rtf

 

SR 46 (Muegge) - Northwestern Oklahoma State University.  Congratulates Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rangers football team for winning the 1999 NAIA Football National Championship; praises the university’s football program.

      2/10/00      Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/sr46_enr.rtf

 

 

HOUSE BILLS

 

HB 1002 (Askins/Brown) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Provides that provisions for deposits into the Attorney General’s Revolving Fund and the Attorney General’s Evidence Fund shall not apply to any monies paid to the state as a result of the settlement of the lawsuit filed by the state against the tobacco industry; creates a Tobacco Settlement Fund, comprising monies received by the state in settlement of claims against tobacco manufacturers during the month of April, 2000; requires the Director of State Finance to transfer from the Attorney General’s Revolving Fund to the Tobacco Settlement Fund $2,991,632 received by the Attorney General after Dec. 1, 1999, pursuant to the Master Settlement Agreement between states and participating tobacco product manufacturers.  (74 § 19; 62 § 50)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1002_enr2.rtf

 

HB 1130 (Gray/Leftwich) - ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES.  Modifies the Administrative Procedures Act to remove the requirement that legislative disapproval of an agency preemptive rule must be done within the first 30 calendar days of the next regular legislative session following promulgation; prohibits invalidation of an emergency rule on the grounds that the contents of the rule impact statement are insufficient.  (75 §§ 250.4, 250.6, 251, 253)

      3/2/99   Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1130_engr.rtf

      3/29/99Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1130_sahb.rtf

      5/28/99CCR Submitted, Conferees Unable to Agree

      4/27/00House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 1293 (Settle/Hobson) - PURCHASING/BIDS/CONTRACTS. Requires that a notarized noncollusion statement be attached to any bid or contract submitted to the state, whether or not subject to the Central Purchasing Act.  (74 §§ 85.22, 85.23)

      3/3/99   Bill Passed - House  (82-18) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1293_engr.rtf

      4/7/99   Bill Passed - Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1293_sahb.rtf

      4/27/99House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 1849 (Easley/Harrison) - CLIMATOLOGICAL SURVEY.  Re-creates the Oklahoma Climatological Survey until July 1, 2006.

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1849_enr.rtf

 

HB 1850 (Easley/Harrison) - LITERACY INITIATIVES COMMISSION.  Repeals the section which re-created the Literacy Initiatives Commission until July 1, 2000.  (70 § 8001)

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1850_enr.rtf

 

HB 1856 (Easley/Harrison) - LITERACY INITIATIVES COMMISSION.  Removes several state entities from the sunset list, including the Literacy Initiatives Commission.  (74 § 3907)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1856_int.rtf

      2/21/00House committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1856_cs.rtf

      3/01/00Title stricken

      3/01/00Bill Passed – House  (96-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1856_engr.rtf

      3/21/00Senate Committee - Passed

      4/03/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/03/00Bill Passed – Senate  (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1856_sahb.rtf

 

HB 1857 (Easley/Harrison) - COUNTY GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMMISSION.  Re-creates the Commission on County Government Personnel Education and Training until July 1, 2006; includes on the commission the Oklahoma State University president or designee.

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1857_enr.rtf

 

HB 1863 (Easley/Helton) - WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL.  States legislative intent to commit to contribute at least $265,000 to the construction of the World War II memorial in Washington D.C.; permits the Department of Veteran Affairs to request contributions from the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, the State Regents, the Department of Human Services, and any other appropriate state agency.  The amendment adds a section pertaining to funds for the Women in Military Service to America Memorial; allows the Department of Veteran Affairs to request contributions from the State Regents.  (74 §§ 8301, 8302)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1863_int.rtf

      2/22/00Title stricken

      2/22/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1863_cs.rtf

      3/16/00Bill Passed – House  (92-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1863_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1863_scs.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1863_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1879 (Dunegan/Long) - CONTRACT EMPLOYEES.  Requires that state agencies give preference to companies with headquarters located in Oklahoma when attempting to obtain contract employees.  (74 § 85.47k)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1879_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Passed

      3/7/00   Title stricken

      3/7/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1879_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Title stricken

      3/30/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1879_sflr.rtf

      4/05/00Bill Passed – Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1879_sflr.rtf

      4/20/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1905 (Covey/Fisher) – SURPLUS PROPERTY.  Requires the Department of Central Services to manage state surplus property programs; requires the department to make surplus property available to state agencies and authorized entities, including political subdivisions, school districts and nonprofit entities of the state; provides an exemption for higher education institutions.  (74 §§ 62.2/62.4, 62.6) 

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1905_int.rtf

      2/17/00House committee – Passed

      2/23/00Floor Substitute Adopted and Passed – House  (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1905_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1905_sflr.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Passed – Senate  (40-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1905_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1918 (Boyd/Robinson) - TELEMEDICINE NETWORK RULES.  Directs the State Board of Health to promulgate rules for implementation of teleradiology responsibilities for the Oklahoma Telemedicine Network; requires that such rules be based on the American College of Radiology Standards for Teleradiology. (63 § 1-2702)

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1918_enr.rtf

 

HB 1923 (Easley/Harrison) - SUNSET LEGISLATION.  This is a clean-up bill removing obsolete language; deletes language requiring a report filed on or before Dec. 31, 1991, by the University Hospitals Trust; deletes language that established various committees and task forces including the Advisory Committee on School Curriculum Standards and the Joint Legislative Task Force on Expansion of Health Insurance Coverage; repeals sections relating to the Oklahoma Task Force on Statewide Provision of Assistive Technology, the Task Force on Electronic Commerce, the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee for the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, the Oklahoma Quality Improvement Task Force, the Joint Committee to Investigate the Financial Condition of the State Insurance Fund and the Special Indemnity Fund, the Task Force on Speech-Language Pathologists in the Public Schools, Task Force 2000: Creating Twenty-First Century Schools, the Citizens’ Task Force on Taxation, the Task Force on State Plan Options for the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families Program, the Oklahoma Task Force on Qualified State Tuition Plans, the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Commission and the Physician Manpower Training commission Study Committee.  (61 § 103.3, 70 §§ 1210.801/1210.803)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1923_int.rtf

      2/21/00House committee - Com Sub Passed – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1923_cs.rtf

      3/2/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – House (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1923_engr.rtf

      3/21/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1923_sflr.rtf

      4/03/00Bill Passed – Senate  (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1923_sahb.rtf

      4/13/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1939 (Roberts/Monson) - RETIREMENT. Enacts the “Public Pension Systems Technical Corrections Act of 2000.”

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/21/00House committee – Passed

      3/1/00   Bill and Emergency Passed – House (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1939_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1939_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1939_sflr.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1943 (Ervin/Monson) - REDUCTION-IN-FORCE.  Makes provisions of the State Government Reduction-in-Force and Severance Benefits Act apply to reductions due to reorganization, privatization or any other action by an agency that results in affected positions being abolished and affected employees being severed from state service.  (74 §§ 840-2.27B, 840-2.27D)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1943_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1943_cs.rtf

      3/7/00   Title stricken

      3/7/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (100-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1943_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1943_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – Senate  (45-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1943_sahb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1947 (Ervin/Robinson) - TELEMEDICINE.  Modifies the duties of the Telemedicine Advisory Council; requires the State Health Board to establish the Center for Telemedicine as a separate unit of the health department; requires the center to establish and maintain a telehealth website.  (63 §§ 1-2701, 1-2702, 1-2702.1)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1947_cs.rtf

      3/14/00Title stricken

      3/14/00Bill Amended and Passed – House  (94-4) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1947_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1947_scs.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Passed – Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1947_sahb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 1967 (Bonny/Hobson) – WORKFORCE INVESTMENT.  Enacts the “Oklahoma Workforce Investment Act” (WIA); requires the Governor to establish a State Workforce Investment Board to assist with the development of a state plan for the workforce investment system; provides for Board membership; requires the Governor to designate local workforce investment areas; establishes a WIA grant program; reserves $704,000 in funding for use by the Department of Vocational and technical Education to administer a statewide offender employment training program; authorizes the State Workforce Investment Board and subgroups, local workforce investment board and their subgroups, to hold meetings by teleconference. (25 § 307.1, 74 §§ 9101/9109)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/24/00House Com – Com Sub Passed – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1967_cs.rtf

      3/16/00Floor Substitute Adopted; Passed – House  (92-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1967_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Title stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1967_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1967_sahb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1969 (Ingmire/Laughlin) - ABLE AGENTS/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.  Requires that Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission agents appointed beginning July 1, 2000, be at least 21 years of age and have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.  (37 § 570)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1969_int.rtf

      2/9/00   House committee - Passed

      2/21/00Bill & Emergency Passed – House  (95-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1969_engr.rtf

      3/22/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1969_sflr.rtf

      4/04/00Bill Passed – Senate  (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1969_scs.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 1970 (Ingmire/Douglass) - CHARITABLE AUCTION LICENSES.  Authorizes the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission to issue charitable auction licenses; authorizes charitable organizations to auction purchased wine or gifts of wine for charitable purposes.  (37 §§ 518, 521) 

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1970_enr.rtf

 

HB 1977 (Boyd/Williams) - GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.  Exempts students with individualized education plans (IEPs) from certain high-school graduation requirements unless the IEP for the student provides for such requirements.  (70 § 103.6)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB1977_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee - Passed

      3/14/00Bill Passed – House  (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1977_engr.rtf

      3/27/00Title stricken

      3/27/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/18/00Bill Passed – Senate  (41-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb1977_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 1987 (Kirby/Helton) - LASER SAFETY.  Creates the “Laser Safety Act”; makes it a misdemeanor to project a laser at a law enforcement officer without the officer’s consent and while acting in an official capacity.  (21 § 1992)

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb1987_enr.rtf

 

HB 2022 (Benson/Taylor) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Creates the “Tobacco Settlement Act of 2000”; creates the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund; provides for a five-member board of trustees to oversee and invest monies in the fund; creates the Tobacco Settlement Fund as a depository for monies received in settlement of claims by the state against tobacco manufacturers.  (37 §§ 600.13/600.17)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2022_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2022_cs.rtf

      2/28/00Bill and Emergency Passed – House (96-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2022_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2022_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate  (39-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2022_sahb.rtf

      4/12/00House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 2032 (Leist/Shurden) - AGRICULTURE ENHANCEMENT & DIVERSIFICATION.  Requires confidentiality of proprietary information submitted to or compiled by the Department of Agriculture pursuant to the Oklahoma Agriculture Enhancement and Diversification Program, except to the extent that the person or entity that provided such information or is the subject of such information consents to disclosure; includes information of institutions of higher education; allows discussion of such materials in executive session.  (2 § 5-3.4)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2032_int.rtf

      2/14/00House committee – Passed

      2/28/00Bill Passed – House (101-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2022_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Title stricken

      3/20/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2032_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – Senate  (40-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2032_sahb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2072 (Morgan/Brown) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Provides that decisions by a managed care plan to authorize or deny coverage for an emergency service shall be based on the patient presenting symptoms of sufficient severity that a reasonable and prudent layperson could expect the absence of medical attention to result in serious jeopardy to health, impairment to bodily functions or dysfunction of any bodily organ or part; prohibits plans from denying an otherwise covered emergency service based solely upon lack of notification to the plan; requires plans to compensate a provider for patient screening, evaluation and examination services reasonably calculated to assist the provider in determining whether the condition of the patient requires emergency service.  (63 §§ 2525.2, 2525.3, 2525.5)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2072_int.rtf

      2/16/00House committee - Passed

      3/1/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2072_engr.rtf

      3/27/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2072_sflr.rtf

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2072_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2090 (Hilliard/Weedn) - DEFINITION OF “DOCTOR”.  Expands the definition of “Doctor” to include individuals with doctoral degrees who are licensed as speech and language pathologists and audiologists.  (59 §§ 725.2, 731.2, 731.5, 492)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2090_enr.rtf

 

HB 2117 (Coleman/Horner) - NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY/LITERACY SERVICES.  States legislative intent that the Center for the Study of Literacy at Northeastern State University be responsible for establishment and operation of a toll-free statewide literacy services referral system, as funds become available; creates a 15-member Adult Literacy Services Advisory Committee; requires the committee to submit a report by Jan. 1 of each year to the Governor and the legislature; repeals a section relating to re-creation, purpose and composition of the Literacy Initiatives Commission.  (70 §§ 8003/8005, 8001)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2117_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2117_cs.rtf

      3/14/00Title stricken

      3/14/00Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted; Passed – House  (96-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2117_engr.rtf

      3/27/00Enacting Clause Stricken - Senate

      3/27/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/10/00Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2117_sahb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2121 (Culver/Mickle) - SEXUAL BATTERY.  Expands the circumstances constituting forcible sodomy and sexual battery to include such action committed by a state, county, municipal or political subdivision employee or a contractor or an employee of a contractor of the state, a county, a municipality or political subdivision upon a person under the legal custody, supervision or authority of a state agency, a county, a municipality or a political subdivision.  (21 §§ 888, 1123)

      5/03/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2121_enr.rtf

 

HB 2128 (Wells/Morgan) - CERTIFICATION OF DISTINCTION/DIPLOMA OF HONOR.  Authorizes local boards of education to develop and issue a certificate of distinction that is awarded to students who have met or exceeded certain criteria by the end of their senior year in high school with at least a 3.25 grade point average on a 4.0 scale; makes applicable vocational classes offered by comprehensive high school vocational-technical programs qualify for technology, science and mathematics units and allows students enrolled in the programs to use one unit of their six concentrated vocational-technical curriculum units for one unit of required mathematics and one unit of their vocational-technical units for one unit of science; prohibits colleges and universities from making holding a certificate of distinction a part of their admission standards; repeals sections pertaining to diploma of honor.  (70 §§ 11-103.6c, 11-103.6d)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2128_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2128_cs.rtf

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (92-4) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2128_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Enacting Clause Stricken - Senate

      3/20/00Senate Committee – Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2128_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – Senate  (46-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2128_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00Withdrawn from GCCA

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2135 (McCarter/Helton) - LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS.  Removes language that prohibits an applicant for a professional counselor, marital and family therapist or behavioral practitioner license who has failed two successive examinations from reapplying for two years from the date of the last examination; limits the examination fee to the department's actual costs for holding and grading the examination; provides for licenses by endorsement; provides that initial behavioral practitioner appointees to the Oklahoma Licensed Behavioral Practitioners Advisory Board not be required to be licensed under the Licensed Behavioral Practitioner Act before the end of the first year that the license is available.  (59 §§ 1906/1909, 1911, 1917, 1919, 1925.7, 1925.8, 1925.9, 1925.15, 1925.16, 1925.18, 1931/1933, 1936/1938, 1940, 1944, 1949, 1925.13)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2135_enr.rtf

 

HB 2142 (Davis/Williams) - TUITION PLANS.  Extends the termination date of the Task Force on Qualified State Tuition Plans from Feb. 1, 2000, to Feb. 1, 2001.

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2142_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2142_cs.rtf

      3/7/00   Bill Passed – House  (100-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2142_engr.rtf

      3/22/00Enacting Clause Stricken - Senate

      3/22/00Senate Committee – Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2142_sflr.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Passed – Senate  (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2142_sahb.rtf

      4/20/00House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 2183 (Adair/Morgan) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Requires health benefit plans; HMOs; prepaid health plans; state-purchased and state-subsidized health care benefit plans, including Medicaid; and all health benefit plans offered by the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board that include services for vision care or medical diagnosis and treatment for the eye to allow optometrists to be providers of those services.  (36 § 3634.11; 63 §§ 2505, 5011.1; 74 § 1327)

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2183_enr.rtf

 

HB 2220 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the Commerce Department and the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      2/17/00Title stricken

      2/17/00Bill Amended and Passed - House  (94-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2220_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2220_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2222 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      2/17/00Title stricken

      2/17/00Bill Amended and Passed - House  (95-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2222_engr.rtf

      3/1/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2222_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2249 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Regents and the Physician Manpower Training Commission.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/2/00   Title stricken

      3/2/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2249_engr.rtf

      3/7/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2249_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2250 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Regents.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/2/00   Title stricken

      3/2/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2250_engr.rtf

      3/7/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2250_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2251 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Sets budgetary limitations for the Physician Manpower Training Commission.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/2/00   Title stricken

      3/2/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2251_engr.rtf

      3/7/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2251_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2260 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS/STATE REGENTS/PMTC/OCAST/TEACHER PREP/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  This is a general appropriations bill in which Sections 20-28 appropriate $7 million to the State Regents; appropriates to the Physician Manpower Training Commission, the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), Teacher Preparation Commission and the University Hospitals Authority.

      4/24/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2260_enr.rtf

 

HB 2261 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS/STATE REGENTS/PMTC/OCAST/TEACHER PREP/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  This is a general appropriations bill which appropriates to the State Regents, the Physician Manpower Training Commission, the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), Teacher Preparation Commission and the University Hospitals Authority.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/2/00   Title stricken

      3/2/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (94-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2261_engr.rtf

      3/7/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (46-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2261_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2263 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Regents from the Rainy Day Fund.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/2/00   Title stricken

      3/2/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (86-11) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2263_engr.rtf

      3/7/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2263_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2277 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Board of Education, Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, Teacher Preparation Commission, and the Commissioners of the Land Office.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2277_engr.rtf

      3/8/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2277_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2278 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Regents.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (94-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2278_engr.rtf

      3/8/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2278_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2283 (Settle/Haney) - APPROPRIATIONS.  Appropriates to the State Regents from proceeds of the sale of bonds for the construction, furnishing equipping of new buildings, for equipping, remodeling, modernizing and repairing of existing buildings and for other capital expenditures.

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (92-2) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2283_engr.rtf

      3/8/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2283_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2290 (Settle/Haney) - BUDGETING.  This is a shell bill relating to program budgeting.  (62 § 41.44)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (93-1) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2290_engr.rtf

      3/8/00   Direct to Senate Calendar

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2290_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2291 (Settle/Haney) - TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Creates the Tobacco Settlement Fund from which monies may be paid only by Legislative appropriation.  (62 § 50)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/8/00   Direct to House Calendar

      2/16/00Title stricken

      2/16/00House - Amended and Passed  (100-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2291_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended

      4/04/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      4/04/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2290_sahb.rtf

      5/01/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2310 (Perry/Robinson) - ELECTRONIC COMMERCE.  Re-creates the Task Force on Electronic Commerce until June 1, 2003.  The Chancellor is a member of the task force.

      2/7/00   House introduced- http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2310_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2310_cs.rtf

      3/13/00Bill Passed – House  (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2310_engr.rtf

      4/04/00Title stricken

      4/04/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2310_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2310_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2323 (Tyler/Stipe) - PUBLIC BIDDING.  Provides that a penalty for disclosure of the terms of a bid shall not apply to a public agency's engineering estimate which is not considered confidential and is open for public inspection. (61 § 116)

      4/20/00      Vetoed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2323_enr.rtf

 

HB 2336 (Plunk/Wilkerson) – SCREENING OF VOLUNTEERS.  Requires the OSBI to provide Oklahoma criminal history records to a charitable organization for the purpose of screening volunteers for that charitable organization at no cost.  The committee substitute modifies provisions regarding criminal history and fingerprint records.  (74 §§ 150.2, 150.9, 150.10, 150.12)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/15/00House committee - Passed

      3/1/00   Bill Amended; Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (91-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2336_engr.rtf

      3/27/00Title stricken

      3/27/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2336_scs.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – Senate  (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2336_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2356 (Lindley/Cain) - DISABLED/COMPLAINTS.  Establishes a 22-member Task Force to Review the Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities until June 30, 2001; requires the Task Force to conduct a thorough review of the procedures for reporting and resolving complaints regarding access to programs and services by persons with disabilities within various governmental entities and to recommend necessary changes to improve the system based on its findings; includes the Chancellor or a designee on the committee; requires the Task Force to issue a report of findings and recommendations by Jan. 15, 2001.  (74 §§ 169.2/169.2b)

      5/03/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2356_enr.rtf

 

HB 2452 (Seikel/Cain) – CHILD WELFARE/FEE WAIVER.  Requires the Child Welfare System Reform Review Committee to involve various entities, including higher education, in the establishment of a professional foster parent curriculum for use in a community college or vo-tech setting; provides for a higher education or vo-tech fee-waiver for certain individuals who have been in custody of the Department of Human Services for a certain amount of time and who meet certain requirements.  (10 § 7007-1, 70 § 3230)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2452_int.rtf

      2/21/00House committee - Passed

      3/7/00   Bill Amended; Bill Passed – House  (96-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2452_engr.rtf

      4/3/00   Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2452_scs.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Passed – Senate  (26-14) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2452_sahb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2467 (Ross/Horner) – GREAT EXPECTATIONS/STUDENT MENTORS.  Authorizes the State Board of Education to award competitive grants for providing after-school academically oriented programs to students in low-performing or high-challenge elementary or middle schools; requires that grants be contingent upon other available funds, including funding from Great Expectations programs; requires pilot program criteria to include use of college student volunteers as tutors.  (70 § 1210.553)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2467_int.rtf

      2/28/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2467_cs.rtf

      3/9/00   Floor Substitute Adopted; Passed – House  (92-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2467_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Title restored

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2467_sflr.rtf

      4/11/00Title stricken

      4/11/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (39-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2467_sahb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2468 (Ross/Horner) - OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY LAND TRANSFER.  Provides for the transfer of a parcel of land owned by the University Center of Tulsa Trust Authority from Oklahoma State University to the Oklahoma Historical Society; provides for the land to be held and used by the Historical Society for development of The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Memorial of Reconciliation.  (53 § 4.13, 74 § 8203)

      4/06/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2468_enr.rtf

 

HB 2493 (Gilbert/Herbert) - ART IN PUBLIC PLACES.  Creates the “State of Oklahoma: Art In Public Places Act" for the purpose of enhancing public construction and encouraging state cultural development; creates the Art in Public Places Division within the Department of Central Services; creates an Art in Public Places Oversight Committee; requires site committees; requires state agencies, including State System institutions, to allocate a certain amount of capital project expenditures to fund the program.  (61 §§ 7.1/7.8)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2493_int.rtf

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2493_cs.rtf

      3/15/00Title Stricken

      3/15/00Floor Substitute Amended, Adopted; Passed House  (52-42) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2493_engr.rtf

      3/15/00Motion to Reconsider

      3/16/00Reconsideration Period Expired, Bill Released to Senate

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2493_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (34-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2493_sahb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2495 (Covey/Henry) - ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS.  Enacts the “State Office of Administrative Hearings Act;” creates a State Office of Administrative Hearings within the Executive Department to serve as an independent forum for the conduct of adjudicative hearings and to separate the adjudicative function from the investigative, prosecutorial and policy-making functions in the Executive Department.  (75 §§ 351/369, 323)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2495_int.rtf

      2/23/00House Committee –Passed

      3/7/00   Title stricken

      3/7/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (87-12) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2495_engr.rtf

      3/28/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/28/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2495_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (35-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2495_sahb.rtf

      5/02/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2507 (Mass/Leftwich) - RETIREMENT.  Increases additional increment for calculating final average salary for members of the Teachers' Retirement System; requires system executive secretary to report on the system's investment earnings; requires the legislature, during the second session of each biennium in which the report indicates that earnings average 10 percent or more on assets, to give consideration to an appropriate benefit increase to retirees.  (70 §§ 17-106.1A, 17-113A)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2507_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Passed

      3/14/00Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted; Passed – House  (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2507_engr.rtf

      3/20/00Second Reading - Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2507_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (36-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2507_sahb.rtf

      5/02/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2508 (Perry/Coffee) - ELECTRONIC COMMERCE.  Changes the name of the "Electronic Records and Signature Act of 1998" to the "Uniform Electronic Transaction Act"; provides that the act applies only to transactions between parties which have agreed to conduct transactions by electronic means; provides that if a law requires a record to be in writing an electronic record satisfies the law; provides that if a law requires a signature, an electronic signature satisfies the law; outlines the applicability of act to certain types of transactions; provides for evidentiary admissibility of electronic records and signatures; outlines exceptions; provides that a contract may be formed by interaction of electronic agents of the parties; provides that an electronic record is sent if certain conditions are met; designates procedures to be followed regarding transferable records; requires state agencies to determine whether and the extent to which they will create and retain electronic records and convert written records to electronic records; repeals sections which relate to legal effect, validity, enforceability and retention of electronic records.  (15 §§ 960/964, 966, 968, 963.1, 963.2, 964.1/964.4, 969/974)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2508_int.rtf

      2/9/00   House committee - Passed

      3/01/00Bill Passed – House  (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2508_engr.rtf

      3/28/00Title stricken

      3/28/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2508_sflr.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2508_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2529 (Coleman/Robinson) - SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES.  Deletes language allowing educational facilities to designate smoking areas; requires educational facilities which offer early childhood education programs or grades K-12 to prohibit smoking and other types of tobacco use between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. or when class or any program established for students is in session; authorizes educational facilities to designate smoking areas outside the building for use of adults during certain activities or functions; allows educational facilities to have more restrictive policies.  (63 § 1-1523)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2529_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Passed

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (84-14) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2529_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Title restored

      3/30/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2529_sflr.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Discussed and Laid Over – Senate

      4/17/00Title stricken

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (40-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2529_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2532 (Deutschendorf/Williams) - RESEARCH/EPSCoR.  Creates the Oklahoma EPSCoR Advisory Committee; authorizes the committee to recommend to the Regents research projects requiring matching funds and other research and systemic initiatives consistent with the goals of the committee.  (70 §§ 3230.1/ 3230.4)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2532_int.rtf

      2/15/00House committee - Passed

      2/29/00Bill and Emergency Passed – House (95-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2532_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Title stricken

      3/30/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2532_sflr.rtf

      4/17/00Bill Passed – Senate  (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2532_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2533 (Boyd/Fisher) – CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES.  Repeals the section creating the Oklahoma Planning and Coordinating Council for Services to Children and Youth which includes the “State Board of Regents for Higher Education” as members of the Council.  (10 § 601.7)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2533_int.rtf

      2/21/00House committee - Passed

      3/13/00Bill and Emergency Passed – House (97-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2533_engr.rtf

      3/30/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/30/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2533_scs.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Passed – Senate  (43-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2533_sahb.rtf

      5/03/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2559 (Ervin/Smith) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Relates to the Health Care Freedom of Choice Act; provides that upon submission of a claim by a practitioner, hospital, home care agency or ambulatory surgical center to an insurer on a uniform health care claim form, the insurer shall provide a timely explanation of benefits regardless of the network participation of the person or entity. (36 § 6055) 

      4/24/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2559_enr.rtf

 

HB 2582 (Frame/Shurden) - HEALTH INSURANCE.  Requires that all clean claims on accident and health insurance policies be reimbursed within 60 days after receipt of such claims; requires that in the case of claims determined defective, the portion of a claim determined to be accurate be paid within 60 days of receipt; requires that, upon receipt of additional information or corrections which led to the claim being delayed, and a determination that the information is accurate, the insurer shall either pay or deny the claim or portion of the claim within 90 days; except as otherwise provided, requiring that overdue payments bear simple interest at the rate of 10 percent per year; requires that, if a claim is not paid within six months after receipt, the insurer shall pay interest at the same rate as the average U.S. Treasury Bill rate of the preceding calendar year plus 4 percentage points.  (36 §§ 1219, 1250.7)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2582_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Passed

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (96-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2582_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2582_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (34-10) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2582_sahb.rtf

      4/27/00House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 2586 (Hilliard/Hobson) - DISABLED STUDENTS.  Expresses legislative intent that students with disabilities in the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education be afforded the opportunity to succeed; requires the State Regents to encourage institutions to communicate to manufacturers and publishers of instructional materials to provide instructional materials in digital electronic format.  (70 § 3241) 

      4/14/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2586_enr.rtf

 

HB 2600 (Deutschendorf/Williams) - SCHOOL TESTING.  Provides for an electronic test administration pilot program to explore the use of computer technology to deliver and administer statewide tests required pursuant to the School Testing Program.  (70 § 1210.558)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2600_int.rtf

      2/15/00House committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2600_cs.rtf

      3/02/00Bill Passed – House  (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2600_engr.rtf

      3/13/00Senate Committee – Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2600_sflr.rtf

      4/17/00Title stricken

      4/17/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (42-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2600_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2638 (Settle/Henry) - WORKERS’ COMPENSATION.  Clarifies language relating to appellate procedures in workers’ compensation cases; modifies requirements for restoring employees after a period of temporary total disability has ended; allows a representative of a worker injured or killed by the negligence or wrong of another not in the same employ, before filing any suit or claim under the Workers’ Compensation Act, to elect whether to take compensation under the act or to pursue a remedy against the person causing the harm.  The amendment also provides that the employer and the employer’s insurer shall deal fairly and in good faith with any employee involved in a work-related accident or occupational disease when the employer knows or should know of the accident or occupational disease.  (85 §§ 3.6, 5, 44)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2638_int.rtf

      2/23/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2638_cs.rtf

      3/9/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (63-38) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2638_engr.rtf

      3/29/00Enacting Clause Stricken

      3/29/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2638_sflr.rtf

      4/18/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (37-10) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2638_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2653 (Benson/Taylor) - TEACHER PAY RAISE.  Appropriates funds to provide for a $3,000 pay raise for each public school teacher, teachers in area vo-tech schools and with the Department of Rehabilitation Services for the 2000-2001 school year; increases the minimum salary schedule for teachers by $3,000 for each step.  (70 § 18-114.7)

      2/18/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2653_enr.rtf

 

HB 2662 (Deutschendorf/Robinson) - Virtual Internet School.  Requires that the Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network pilot program concentrate on development of web-based instructional programs in math for all grades, beginning with the third grade; deletes language making the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority the collaborative agency responsible for delivery of instructional content and for housing and maintaining equipment; requires that participating school districts be selected within 30 days after the effective date of this act; modifies objectives.  (70 §§ 1210.722/1210.726)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/23/00Title stricken

      2/23/00House Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2662_cs.rtf

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (95-0) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2662_engr.rtf

      3/22/00Enacting Clause Stricken - Senate

      3/22/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2662_sflr.rtf

      4/11/00Bill Passed – Senate  (40-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2662_sahb.rtf

      4/27/00In Conference Committee - GCCA

 

HB 2665 (Kirby/Helton) - TELECOMMUNICATIONS/THEFT.  Expands circumstances that constitute the crime of theft of telecommunications service.  (21 § 1737)

      4/24/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2665_enr.rtf

 

HB 2676 (Weaver/Fisher) - BRANCH BANKING.  Modifies the “Oklahoma Banking Code”; deletes section relating to branch banking on college campuses and rewords the language in a new section; requires the Health Care Authority to provide Medicaid services to certain persons.  (6 §§ 501.1, 501.2)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2676_int.rtf

      2/8/00   House Com - Com Sub Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2676_cs.rtf

      2/14/00House - Amended and Passed  (89-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2676_engr.rtf

      3/22/00Title stricken

      3/22/00Senate Committee – Passed as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2676_sflr.rtf

      4/12/00Bill Passed – Senate  (41-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2676_sahb.rtf

      4/12/00Held on Notice to Reconsider

      4/18/00Motion to Reconsider – Time Expired; Released to House

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2681 (Blackburn/Henry) - INCOME TAX/COLLEGE SAVINGS.  Provides an income tax deduction equal to contributions to the Oklahoma College Savings Plan accounts, subject to a maximum deduction of $1,000 each tax year for each designated beneficiary of the account.  (68 § 2358)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2681_int.rtf

      2/16/00House committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2681_cs.rtf

      3/6/00   Title stricken

      3/6/00   Bill Amended and Passed – House  (94-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2681_engr.rtf

      3/22/00Enacting Clause Stricken - Senate

      3/22/00Senate Committee – Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2681_sflr.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Passed – Senate  (45-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2681_sahb.rtf

      5/04/00In Conference Committee

 

HB 2710 (Toure/Henry) – HEALTH INSURANCE.  Enacts the “Managed Health Care Reform and Accountability Act”; makes health insurance carriers, HMOs and other managed care entities liable for damages for harm to an enrollee proximately caused by its failure to exercise ordinary care.  (36 §§ 6591/6594; 63 § 2528.5)

      2/7/00   House introduced

      2/24/00House committee - Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2710_cs.rtf

      2/28/00Floor Substitute Amended, Adopted and Passed – House  (93-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2710_engr.rtf

      3/28/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2710_scs.rtf

      4/04/00Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted; Passed – Senate  (36-7) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2710_sahb.rtf

      4/27/00House Rejects Senate Amendments, Requests Conference

 

HB 2725 (Thornbrugh/Smith) - HEALTH INSURANCE. Requires any health insurance plan that provides medical and surgical benefits for cancer treatment or other conditions treated by chemotherapy or radiation therapy to provide coverage for wigs or other scalp prostheses.  (36 § 6060.9)

      5/02/00      Signed by Governor - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2725_enr.rtf

 

HB 2728 (Benson/Taylor) - CORE CURRICULUM/TUITION SCHOLARSHIP.  Modifies certain curriculum requirements of HB 1759; modifies curriculum for high school graduation to include sets of competencies as well as course units; expands courses which meet criteria; provides that school districts shall not be responsible for costs of concurrent courses, unless the school district does not offer the required courses to meet graduation requirements; authorizes school boards to develop and issue a certificate of distinction to students who meet certain academic criteria; requires seventh- and eighth-grade math teachers to be certified at the intermediate or secondary level in math; requires charter schools to address graduation requirements in the charter; provides for student transfers; states legislative intent that the 1999-2000 school year be the final year students may apply for the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP); makes eligible secondary students who have applied for the program, beginning July 1, 2000, eligible for benefits pursuant to the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Act; provides eligibility requirements for the Tuition Scholarship Act; states legislative intent for the coordination of spring break dates for public schools, area vo-tech schools and higher education institutions beginning with the 2001-2002 school year.  (70 §§ 11-103.6, 11-103.2c, 6-189.1, 3-136, 8-101.2, 8-103, 6-114)

      2/7/00   House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HB2728_int.rtf

      2/22/00House committee – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2728_cs.rtf

      2/29/00Bill Amended; Bill and Emergency Passed – House  (99-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hb2728_engr.rtf

      3/27/00Title stricken

      3/27/00Senate Com – Com Sub Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2728_scs.rtf

      4/10/00Bill Amended and Passed – Senate  (30-13); Emergency Failed  (30-13) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00SB/hb2728_sahb.rtf

      4/26/00In Conference Committee

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

 

HCR 1076 (Bonny/Robinson) – SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MONTH.  Declares the month of April 2000, as “Oklahoma Science & Technology Month”.

      05/01/00    Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hcr1076_enr.rtf

 

HCR 1080 (Askins/Brown) – TOBACCO SETTLEMENT.  Recalls HB 1002 from the Governor’s desk.

      04/05/00    Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hcr1080_enr.rtf

 

HCR 1081 (Leist/Muegge) – 4-H DAY.  Declares April 12, 2000, as “4-H Day at the Legislature”; traces 4-H back to the enactment in 1914 of the Smith-Lever Act which established the Cooperative Extension System within the United States Department of Agriculture, the state land-grant universities and the counties.

      04/13/00    Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/hcr1081_enr.rtf

 

HCR 1082 (Taylor/Muegge) – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS.  Declares April 25, 2000, as “International Student Awareness Day”.

      4/12/00House introduced - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HCR1082_int.rtf

 

HOUSE RESOLUTIONS

 

HR 1049 (Glover) - TRIO.  Declares Feb. 23, 2000, as TRIO Day in Oklahoma.

      2/24/00      Adopted, to Secretary of State - http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/1999-00HB/HR1049_int.rtf

 

 

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