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					                                      FIRST DAY
                   BUDGET SESSION OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                            FIFTY-NINTH STATE LEGISLATURE
                                  FEBRUARY 11, 2008

House Chamber

The Joint Session of the Fifty-Ninth Legislature was called to order by
President Schiffer at 10:00 a.m.

Senator Nicholas and Representatives Simpson and Martin escorted the
Governor, Dave Freudenthal and his daughter Katie Freudenthal to the Joint
Session.

The House Sergeant-at-Arms, Darrell Moore, introduced the following honored
guests and their escorts:

      GUESTS                        SENATE ESCORT           HOUSE ESCORT

Justice Clarence A. Brimmer         Sen. Ross               Rep. Olsen & Floyd Esquibel

Justice Alan B. Johnson             Sen. Aullman            Rep. Brown & Warren

Justice James Burke                 Sen. Fecht              Rep. Bagby & Steward

Justice Marilyn Kite                Sen. Perkins            Rep. Gingery & Jorgensen

Justice William Hill                Sen. Mockler            Rep. Miller & Goggles

Justice Michael Golden              Sen. Sessions           Rep. Shepperson & Gillmore

Mr. Jim McBride                     Sen. Coe                Rep. Davison & Craft

Mr. Rita Meyer                      Sen. Case               Rep. Semlek & Diercks

Mr. Max Maxfield                    Sen. Burns              Rep. Dan Zwonitzer & Meyer

Chief Justice Barton Voigt          Sen. Job                Rep. Quarberg & Hammons

President Schiffer invited Father Thomas Cronkleton to give the invocation.

President Schiffer introduced and yielded to Governor Freudenthal.

                       THE STATE OF THE STATE OF WYOMING
                           GOVERNOR DAVID FREUDENTHAL
              TO THE MEMBERS OF THE 59TH WYOMING STATE LEGISLATURE
                           AND THE PEOPLE OF WYOMING
                               FEBRUARY 11, 2008
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, members of the 59th Legislature, thank you for this
opportunity to appear here today. I convey my greetings and those of my bride
who is not with me today.      She is attending a First Lady's Conference in
Washington D.C., with regard to the program to keep young people free of
alcohol.

I will tell you that she did not begin this effort on an auspicious note. As
she left for D.C. yesterday, I suggested to her that she was going to miss my
speech. whereupon she opined that she had heard about all she needed to hear
from me, a sentiment that some of you may share, but I appreciate the courtesy
of your being here.

I am not without familial support. I am joined today by my daughter Katie who
is a, unfortunately a student at Colorado State University, a university that,




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I might say, in not nearly as generously supported by its legislature as you
support our university.

I would like to recognize some folks who are with us today. We have with us,
on my upper right, military department head and Wyoming Adjutant General Major
General Ed Wright. He is joined by the Director of the Veterans Commission,
retired Colonel Larry Barttlebort.

If you would hold your applause for just a moment, I want to talk about Captain
Nissen.   She is here today.   She is the commander of the 10-41st Engineering
Company.   There were 169 Wyoming soldiers from 41 Wyoming communities.    They
performed convoy security and over 700 missions in Tikrit, Iraq, and they
performed last October.     We received word yesterday that they have been
nominated for and will receive the Meritorious Unit Citation.      It has been
approved by all military commanders in the field, including General Pettraeus.
This is an award which should not be taken lightly. It means that this unit
performed significantly above the level of other similar units in similar
missions.   Individuals within this unit earned numerous awards, including at
least 36 Bronze Stars and 36 Purple Hearts.

Without starting an historical battle in Wyoming, it is my understanding that
they are very close to becoming the most decorated unit in Wyoming National
Guard history since the 2/300th Artillery served in Korea. Captain, please rise
and accept acknowledgment.

We are also joined by members of the Shoshone Business Council. The Arapahoe
Business Council planned to be here, but thanks to traffic and some accidents,
none of which involved the Council, they are unable to be here today. But our
friends, the Shoshone Business Council, are represented here today by our
friend, Mr. Floyd Phillips.

As you know, we gather here today with some change in our membership. Part of
that necessitated by passage of Senator Bob Peck and by Senator Craig Thomas
who was a former member of this body.        We will miss them. We also miss
Representative Tom Walsh who resigned due to his illness, and he was a great
friend of the military and a great friend of Wyoming and we wish him well.
Representative Liz Gentile resigned due to a career change.

On a positive note, we welcome new members Representatives Tim Stubson and Mary
Hales and Senators Bill Landen and my good friend Eli Bebout. Welcome.

I would encourage the new members not to confuse their warmth of reception for
the fact that they're going to vote with you, but my experience is that the
reception is always pretty warm, but the votes are a little thin and hard to
get.

We arrive here today at a remarkable time in the state's history. Those of you
who recall the election of 1986, we had a gubernatorial candidate withdraw from
the race, announcing that he had no intention of being the governor of Wyoming
and preside over economic wasteland.     In 2002 the trick question in every
campaign forum was which tax are you going to increase, to build schools and to
build a new prison?

My, how times have changed. We arrive here midway through a remarkable period
of abundance in Wyoming. The gross state product has doubled in the last ten
years. Our unemployment rate remains remarkably low, and in fact, we confront
a workers shortage.
The sub prime mortgage crisis, at least according to a recent publication from
the Kansas Federal Reserve, has by and large passed over Wyoming.     In fact,
they refer to the fact that Wyoming's remarkably low foreclosure rate brings
down the average for the entire region.



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The projected general fund and budget reserve account balances for the first
fiscal year -- projected for fiscal year 2009 are actually double the revenues
that were available in 2003. We have a budget document originally recommended
by the executive branch, adopted by the Appropriations Committee which will be
presented to you which under most any definition is a generous and abundant
budget.  Not everyone agrees with that and I'm sure that you're hearing from
them.

I want to commend the Joint Appropriations Committee, and particularly the
chairman.   They listened for many weeks to the same presentations that I had
heard for months.     They heard the same information.     They looked at the
analysis of the budgets, and, to some degree, the pleas for funding were more
refined when they arrived at the Appropriations Committee. Once I had rejected
them, they went back and created new arguments on their behalf, the behalf of
the agency and on behalf of the interest group.
While there are some differences between the budget that I recommended and the
budget adopted by the committee, it is, by and large, differences that reflect
changes of degrees on the points of the compass and not vast changes in
direction for the state. And that is as it should be, not because -- I know
everybody is sensitive about who gets credit for stuff so I want to make clear
at the outset -- it is not that the budget from the executive branch was not
necessarily brilliant, although it was.

The fact of the matter is that the budget essentially follows the contours of
our state, it follows the contours of our economy, it follows the contours of
our people and it follows the contours of the available revenues. It reflects
the commitment to continue many of the programs that have been adopted by this
body and signed by me in the last few years, but it does not expand and create
a great deal of new programs. It is fundamentally a budget that recognizes and
continues the wisdom of past decisions.

However, we continue to hear the discussion about budget cuts and the draconian
reductions that were made.    I would caution you that there is not a single
budget that has been cut.     What does exist is that there are a number of
requests that were not granted in full. No one got a hundred percent of what
they wanted.   For them, that's a cut. From my point of view, it is still a
pretty generous budget.

However, I suspect that you have some of the same conversations I do.        The
citizens who come in with interest groups. First of all, they decry the size
of the state budget, talk about spending, and then that's the initiation of the
conversation. The closing part of the conversation is, "But we need money for
this other program," or, "We need this one added to," or, "We need it funded."

I believe we have to resist those temptations.        Although we are all in
politics, and I understand that it is a difficult business, we have to
recognize that while the talisman of politics may be not what have you done for
me, but what have you done for me lately, what we need to recognize is we have
done a great deal on the expenditure side for this state over the last few
years and I believe it is appropriate.     We have more than enough funding to
build upon what we have done in the past. We lack the funding and we lack a
real purpose in expanding on it a great deal.

We have done remarkable things with the abundance that this state has enjoyed.
We have for the first time probably in 20 years been able to increase the
savings rate on behalf of the citizens of the state. We increased the savings
rate to 40 cents of every severance tax dollar that arrives in Wyoming goes
into the current mineral trust fund, a rate the state has not seen for, I would
certainly say, for 20 years, a rate which we can be proud of. Because of the




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growth in the economy, we have made much greater investments in roads, cities
and towns and in the infrastructure of the state.

When it comes to education, no state can match Wyoming's dedication and funding
for education.   Whether it is K through 12, the community colleges or the
university, we have much to be proud of and much to be confident in terms of
the future.

We have also adopted an ethic of stewardship and that stewardship finds its
voice in the investments in the environmental protection area and in the
enhancement and preservation of the wildlife habitat.

And, while we've had our disagreements with regard to human services, I think
in sum it is safe to say that we have had a practical compassion which has
caused us to significantly increase and to guide our investments in the human
services area.

We are at a different point today. We are at a point where the abundance we
enjoy requires discipline. We have to exercise a discipline which in the past
we did not feel obligated to do.      We spent the past years addressing the
deficit of several decades of no funding.   We have built buildings. We want
schools. We built the university. We have added money to roads. We are at a
stage now where we need to continue those efforts, but we need to have
discipline about how we proceed. We need to have the discipline to recognize
that even with this abundance we cannot and should not fund every request that
comes before us.

We have to have the discipline -- and this one I pray that you will hear -- we
have to have the discipline to reduce the increases in the standard budget.
When you go to add things to the budget, please do it on the basis that it is
not a continuing appropriation. Give us a chance to review next year whether
it was the right thing to put in the budget. There are things that need to be
done. I'm sure there are things that we left out. But if you stick it in the
standard budget, it becomes the baseline, not only for this governor, but for
every governor to come forward.

We also have to have a discipline in our expenditures to respect that the
marketplace for energy is changing. We must have the discipline to recognize
that new technologies and new efforts must be promoted by the state.

We also must have the discipline to recognize that we need to increase the
efficiency with which we use energy. The cost of energy is going to go up and
will continue to rise.    There will be some ups and downs, but the cost of
energy is going to go up.    We as government elected officials pay the cost.
Just as people talk about their home heating bills going up, so do the state's
and so do the local government's, and we need to become cognizant that the best
way to control those operating expenses going forward is to become more
efficient about the use of energy.

We also have to have the discipline to respect and facilitate the work of local
governments, including cities, towns, counties and special districts. We often
focus only upon that which the state does, but one of the largest functions of
the state, and particularly the legislature, is the transfer of wealth from the
state coffers to the local governments and there for them to utilize to perform
the basic services of the state. And lastly, we have to have the discipline to
take seriously our stewardship obligation to this earth, and more particularly
to Wyoming.

I want to talk first about energy demand. As all of you know, the demand for
energy and the change in prices has been a generous benefactor to this state.
While we all know that energy demand in the United States and worldwide will



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continue to rise, it is not without its clouds.      On a BTU basis alone, the
state of Wyoming contributes 10 percent of all of the energy consumed in the
United States. Ten percent. If you focus solely on domestic energy sources,
Wyoming accounts for 15 percent of the energy consumed in this country.        A
bright future in a country that is destined to increase its energy utilization.

But it is not without some problems. If this current recession were to deepen,
you would find a softening of the energy prices and you would have a down-dip.
I would advise us to stay within the context of the rather conservative
estimates that the CREG Group has generated with regard to revenue.

If you look at each of our resources in Wyoming, whether it is wind, uranium,
oil, gas, coal, each of those faces some particular challenges going forward.

For instance, with wind, a resource we're all very acutely familiar with this
year, particularly anybody who comes down I-80, we understand that Wyoming has
among the most remarkable wind resources in the entire United States. When you
look at maps we've created with regard to wind resources, Wyoming has about
seven areas that are just remarkable. There is a great deal of interest in the
development of that wind resource. Unfortunately, for us to do that, we have
to continue our efforts to make sure the transmission lines get built.       I
encourage you to continue to support the efforts of the Infrastructure
Authority.

I know that our office spends an immense amount of time working on various
federal land plans to try to make sure that there are some corridors
remaining for us to ship this energy out. It is not unreasonable to think of
Wyoming as generating 6 or 8,000 megawatts of electricity from wind
resources. Easy goal for us to reach. However, we have to get the
transmission lines built.

And coal, as most of you know, faces a series of transitions over the next
couple decades. The most difficult of those is adapting to a carbon-
constrained environment. Last month in his State of the Union, the President
committed this nation to strengthening energy security and confronting global
climate change. This policy has significant implications for energy states
such as Wyoming, and particularly those states that produce coal. Many of the
states around us and throughout the United States have developed their own
carbon constraints with regard to the energy marketplace, constraints which
imply and set a bar as to the kind of energy they're going to accept,
particularly coal-fired electricity. But perhaps most important is the fact
that the financial markets, most recently three of the largest financial
institutions in the country, have restricted their willingness to fund and to
underwrite the construction of coal-fired electric generating facilities
unless those facilities have accounted for the costs associated with carbon
capture and carbon management.

And when you figure that the boys with the money set the rules, they have now
set the rules. And those rules include a vigorous attention to carbon capture
and carbon sequestration. And so there are actions in front of you that are
perhaps among the most important the Wyoming legislature has confronted in
many decades.

First off, I would encourage you to favorably consider two bills being
offered by the Judiciary Committee with regard to carbon capture and carbon
sequestration. These are bills that the committee has worked very hard on.
I'm very proud of the work that they have done and I believe it will place
Wyoming in the vanguard of carbon management. And it is appropriate that we
be there. We are a state who is an immense producer of fossil fuels. We
should also be a leader in the management of carbon and carbon sequestration.
The measures are not without controversy, but I would urge their favorable



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adoption. The committee worked very hard, and I believe that given rise to
legislation which is sufficiently narrow, that it should be passed.

Secondly, we are asking for a significant contribution out of the Abandoned
Mine Land money account. After taking 30 million off the top to continue our
ongoing reclamation efforts, we are asking that the remainder of it be
allocated to carbon capture, carbon sequestration efforts, development of
clean coal and advancement of the School of Energy Resources.

Most prominent among those is an agreement which we have -- tentative
agreement which we have struck with General Electric which is for them to be
a partner with the University of Wyoming and with the State of Wyoming in the
development of coal conversion technologies and in the development of carbon
capture and in the development of sequestration. These are significant
efforts and ones that I hope you will support.

It is a remarkable opportunity for Wyoming and its university to be able to
partner with one of the largest if not the largest company in the world
working on coal gasification, coal conversion and coal technologies. It is
going to be interesting if we can put this together. The question is going to
be whether we can develop the leadership at the university to be a good
partner with General Electric in the evolution of this effort. I hope that
you will look on the $20 million request for what it is, which is it is a
down payment on the future of this state and a down payment on the future of
the coal industry in Wyoming.

As we go forward, you will see an effort within that context of the Abandoned
Mine Lands money by other people to attract it to many other worthy purposes
in the state. There are lots of other great things that didn't get funded. I
didn't fund them, the Appropriations Committee didn't fund them. And people
will come and say, as they always do, as they say to me and they say to you,
"You've got all that AML money. All I want is a couple million. You've got
all that AML money. All I want is 10 million."

I would encourage you to have the discipline to say, "No, we're going to
focus this on the state's future and the state's future as it relates to the
coal industry."

For two reasons: One is, the tax money originates with the coal industry. It
was paid by them. It was tax that was adopted by them. And secondly, it is
necessary that this state, given the absence of interest on the part of the
federal government, work very hard to make sure that our coal is part of the
energy mix of this country going forward. Right now half of the coal -- half
the electricity in this country is generated out of coal generation. For that
to remain, we have to work hard to make sure that our coal is suitable for
gasification.

Two reasons it is important. One is that all of the coal is going to sooner
or later in this country going to be gasified before it is converted to
electricity. When you gasify coal, we lose our low-sulfur advantage because
what happens is all of the sulfur, no matter what kind of coal it is, gets
pulled out in a separate stream. We lose the low-sulfur advantage that
accounts for much of our product and much of our product share in today's
market. It is an important effort and one that I hope you will support.

I would also ask that you reconsider a decision, I think maybe by
inadvertence, if I understand it right, on the part of the Appropriations
Committee not to authorize the State Loan and Investment Board to use a
portion of its funds to encourage energy conservation on the part of the
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What I would like is the capacity for the SLIB, State Loan and Investment
Board, to use a portion of the money you've allocated -- we don't need any
new money -- portion of the money we've allocated as matching funds to
encourage local governments to pursue and encourage energy efficiency.

The State Loan and Investment Board and the School Facilities Commission, we
have all adopted policies with regard to future construction with an eye
towards energy efficiency and trying to make sure that we use our money
wisely. I would like the same opportunity through the SLIB grant to encourage
them to do the same.

I have just a few other small things that I would like to take exception with
Mr. Chairman and Mr. Chairman's appropriations bill, if you would indulge me.
I am not asking to take out any of the money for agriculture, Frank. We
received a pretty substantial request from a number of people, particularly
the Health Department, for a pretty substantial expansion in the emergency
healthcare service network. When I looked at it, what I really concluded is
we need to study it. I mean, it is an incredibly serious problem in terms of
having particularly emergency services available out on the roads and in the
workplace.

Unfortunately, what we don't have is a sort of a construct that will guide
our funding over the next few years. I believe that in the future we're going
to spend quite a bit of money trying to maintain the first responder
emergency services network in the state, so I did not authorize that
appropriation or recommend it. What I did ask for was $300,000 for the Health
Department to map out for us what we're going to be doing over the next -- I
would guess we will be at this for five to seven years trying to figure out
how to make it work. I still believe that's the best course, that we should
look at taking a hard look at how we're going to fund it over the years
instead of sort of jumping in and saying let's fund part of it now. And I
would ask that you return that $300,000 to the budget.

There are a couple of initiatives outside the budget that I would like to
talk to you about. One is the healthcare insurance pilot project. This
proposal which originates with a member of the Senate is the first of these
proposals that I've seen that I'm prepared to support and this is a proposal
for a pilot project to help deal with the underlying costs and improve the
lives of Wyoming's working families. It is not intended as an expansion of
coverage. What it constitutes is a public-private partnership among state
government, working families and employers to restructure the current
insurance model.

Secondly, it is our intent through this process not to limit what people can
charge for high-cost procedures, but to limit the utilization of those
procedures by having individuals take greater responsibility for their own
health  and   their  own   healthcare.  It  has   an  emphasis   on  personal
responsibility and wellness and an emphasis on the prevention utilization. It
also is intended to create a better informed healthcare purchasing decision
matrix for people involved in the program.

What we hope is that instead of embarking on, as other states have done, a
sort of broad universal coverage program which ultimately ends up, if not
bankrupt, very close to bankrupt, that we would begin with a pilot project
which focuses on taking people, informing them about proper health choices,
encouraging those choices, and then rewarding those choices by allowing them
to participate in a catastrophic insurance program. But it requires all of
the elements.

It is not asking for new funding. We expect that we can reach 500 people on a
pilot basis with the $1.29 million that was previously set aside to do adults



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under the Kid Care program. This is an effort which is intended to reach part
of the same target population, but to reach them in a way that is much more
consistent with what we found in Wyoming, which is we really need to
emphasize wellness, prevention, people taking care of their own health. And
in that context I would urge you to consider it.

I also want to thank the Wyoming Healthcare Commission for all of the work
that they have done. As you know, in this budget I have allowed them to
sunset in 2009, which is consistent with their statutory obligation. That
commission deserves considerable credit, if not only for the things that they
have encouraged us to do, but for the mistakes they kept us from making. By
virtue of much of the work they have done, we have avoided some of the
grander schemes which I think have afflicted policy making in other states.
They have also done a series of efforts that have been useful to us in terms
of incremental efforts with regard to expanded care and particularly with
regard to the healthcare professional database.

I would ask, though, that when you look at that budget, hear them out. Their
concern is that we ended up just cutting the budget in half. Apparently they
wanted some of the 900 Series money to try to do some studies in the first
year. I would encourage you to try to look at that effort.

Secretary of State, as you know, is embroiled in a controversy with regard to
some legislation he's proposing to deal with what has become generally
recognized as a fraud-friendly business environment in Wyoming. These bills
are bills that I supported and supported them early on largely because of my
experience as U.S. Attorney in which I became, frankly, more aware of how lax
those statutes were than I had been before and thought that they were sort of
innocuous measures that they would go through without any trouble, and
recently there's this huge lobbying effort to undermine these bills.

I hope that you will take a look. The Secretary of State is on the right
track. He has, I think, drawn the clear distinction between being fraud
friendly and business friendly. For instance, we do not want to continue a
circumstance that we have today which is that Wyoming law allows for the
creation of shell companies that require no presence other than a mailbox.

There was a study done by the Department of Justice called U.S. Money
Laundering Threat Assessment in 2005, largely spearheaded by the FBI and the
Homeland Security. What they said is that Wyoming, our laws, offered minimal
information requirements similar to offshore financial centers. Not exactly
the proudest moment for our state.

There are a couple of bills out there offered by the Corporations Committee.
The Senate File would require a business to maintain an office at a Wyoming
street address. All we're trying to do is put a face behind who these
companies are. It would also require that the business have a registered
agent who is a Wyoming resident. It does not require that there be a big fee.
Does not require that we end up with a huge expense that you're being lobbied
about. Take a look at these bills. All we're saying is if you're going to use
Wyoming's grant of corporate or other charter through the Secretary of State,
that you will do it based on full disclosure.

My belief is if you don't have anything to hide, then this is a good place to
do business. If you've got something to hide, well, then we would rather you
didn't do business in Wyoming. I would also ask you to consider the
subdivision bill, Senate File 11. I can tell that you're getting nervous when
we get to that one. As you know, this is a pretty controversial bill. What
the bill does is encourage or allow on a county option, counties to regulate
development on parcels up to 140 acres. We have been lobbied both ways about
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I'll tell you where I end up, which is that the counties should have the
option to go above the 35 acres and if they need to or want to, go to the
regulation of 140 acres. And I say this because I have watched over the years
that, as time has gone on, people have shifted the cost of their decision to
purchase a rural lot away from themselves and onto the public till.

What we have done through the State Loan and Investment Board and through the
Wyoming Water Development Commission is that we have subsidized people's
choices. And I think in a free market, which ideally we have -- in a free
market, we should all bear the consequences of the choices we make,
particularly the financial consequences. And as you know, here's how it
works. We go out, we set up some rural housing without adequate planning for
water or roads or anything else. It gets put in place.

Next thing you know, the water table goes down or there never was any water
to start with. They come to the Wyoming Water Development Commission for a
grant for 50 percent of the program, having established a water district.
When they finish with the Wyoming Water Development Commission, they come
over to the State Loan and Investment Board for the other half. And we have,
in effect, underwritten the cost of the decision made by somebody else.

The cost of the decision that is borne, not by the individual, but by the
public sector. Same is true when you form a fire district and then they come
to the SLIB, State Loan and Investment Board, and then they want a fire
truck. And if that doesn't sort of finish it out, then they go to the county
and say, "We want a road," or, "We want the county to maintain the road." Of
all of the expenditure I've talked about, where do they ultimately end up?
They end up right here before this body in a request either from the SLIB or
from the local governments for more funding.

This is not a case of our extending or violating people's property rights, it
is a case of our saying simply that you should be responsible for the true
cost of the utilization of the property rights that you hold. We're not
saying that you can't do it. We're saying that if you do do it, you can't
offload those costs onto the public.

Another bill which I will tell you I support but I'm not convinced is
essential for Wyoming citizens but it is essential to keep folks from moving
in, and that's the dog-fighting bill for animal cruelty. It isn't a problem
in Wyoming. It hasn't been a problem in Wyoming, but we're now being held up
all over the country as a safe haven for people who want to do dog fighting.

It is a reprehensible activity, not one that is supported in this state. But
we run the risk if you don't make it a felony, which I think we should, you
run the risk of people say, "You can't do it in 49 other states, but there's
one place you can do it, then let's move to Wyoming." Let's put a sign that
says in Wyoming it is a felony, that activity isn't welcome here so you don't
need to bother to moving to Wyoming to do it.

Natural gas valuation, we have been up and down here. I've vetoed a couple
bills. You guys have passed some. I think we have finally arrived at a bill
that I'm prepared to endorse. The committee will offer a natural gas
valuation bill which I believe reflects the proper compromise among the
interests, not a bill that -- it has all the characteristics of a bill that
ought to pass. None of us particularly like it. It sort of reflects that it
is probably the right compromise, and we should pass it and we should get it
done.

Helium taxation remains an issue of concern to me, and I know that the two
chairmen of the Revenue Committee will offer a bill that will address the



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helium taxation question that was left open -- or opened by the recent
Wyoming Supreme Court decision. As we watched it unfold previously in front
of the committee, the bill draft invited criticism that it affected more than
just helium. The revised draft is very narrow. You can read it from the
outset. It is only about helium and it is only about helium as it relates to
severance tax, not to property tax but to severance tax. Good, clean bill
intended to address an issue that was opened up by the Supreme Court which,
if you ask them, was opened up by the way we drafted the bill. But we won't
go into that right now. I hope that you will take a look at it.

There's also a bill from the Coalbed Methane Task Force that's worked for two
years that strengthens the state engineer's capacity to manage CBM water.
Good bill, one that ought to be considered. I would ask that you remove some
amendments that were put on in the committee when it came out, a particular
amendment which I believe restricts the discretion of the state engineer and
reaches beyond anything intended by the members of the task force. The bill
is intended to enable the state engineer to do a better job of managing. As
it reads now with some of the amendments, it arguably reduces the state
engineer's capacity. So I would like to see the bill, but I would like to see
the bill without the amendatory language. And the bill I'm referring to is
Senate File 46.

Property tax relief. There are several bills out there. We've discussed this
year in and year out. And I will simply say this: I believe that this state
has sufficient funding for us to embark on a program to allow the elderly of
our state to remain in their home. I'm not supporting a broad-based tax
relief, and I've been criticized for that. But I'm very focused about what it
is I want to accomplish. People who I think deserve some attention in this
state are the elderly who say to me, "All I want to do is to be able to
remain in my home for as long as I can." That's a particular set of people
for whom I think the compassion of this state should be directed.

The proposal that I offered includes amending the constitution. I appreciate
the fact that the Management Council authorized some additional hearings on
the part of the Revenue Committee to consider that. I believe that for those
of you like me who have been around this issue forever, when we talk about
doing property tax relief we always end up saying we would like to do that
but it is not constitutional. The quickest way to solve that problem is to
put it in the constitution. Give it constitutional sanction and you can
proceed to act to address the needs of these folks.

I'm troubled by our continuing focus on we have to means-test it. Clearly by
not means testing it some people are going to take advantage of who may or
may not in the eyes of individual people be worthy of it or merit it. But
here's the problem -- and we know this from our experience with the current
property tax relief schemes. We know this from our experience with getting
people to apply for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, and that is
people in Wyoming, particularly at that point in their lives, they have their
home, they have their memory and they have their pride and it does not
include going down to the courthouse and telling somebody how much they make.

It doesn't include sort of the invasion of privacy that goes with that. And
I would ask you that as you think about these programs, think about the fact
that we are trying to help a particular set of folks in this state. We're not
trying to do across-the-board tax relief. I lose on that every time because
you say it costs too much. So okay, let's do a narrow one and let's focus it
on the people who are most worthy, but let's do it in a way that they will
take advantage of.

This last scheme we hatched and passed in here, it resulted in $144,000 of
tax relief to all of the citizens in the state of Wyoming, and the biggest



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impediment is the requirement that they come in and talk to us about their
income. I know not what it is you will do. I know that I will continue to
talk about this. But it is up to you guys what you finally decide in the
context of this body.

I also commend to you the Education Committee's House Bill 17 regarding the
Community College Commission's powers. The Commission has taken the position
that it needs additional legislation to give it the ability to audit, develop
uniform method of tracking dollars and students. I hope that you will give
them that authority. It is not unlike what we currently do with regard to the
schools.

I believe that the Governor's Commission on Community Colleges undertook a
significant effort the benefits of which we will see going forward for many
years. They opened the conversation about what is the role of community
colleges   going  forward.  However,   I  do   not  support  all   of  their
recommendations. First, I do not support the $15 million of added funds to
the community colleges for their operating budget. The formula that has been
devised has not been adopted. The formula that supports that $15 million has
not been reviewed by that body and the formula is one that is controversial
even within the colleges.

I also cannot support the request for $15 million in a fund for the community
colleges to use for work force training, in part because I cannot develop or
ascertain a definition of how it would be spent. It falls into the category
of there's $15 million that we think we could spend. We would like you to
appropriate it. We will create a committee and it will be spent. I believe
that both of those proposals merit consideration by the Education Committee
during the intervening year -- in the intervening year between now and the
general session and that they could be appropriated for revisitation at that
time.

I support a bill that's offered by a representative to allow the state to
loan to the community colleges 50 percent of the funding for its capital
construction. They raise half; the state would loan them half. A pattern that
we have adopted with regard to joint powers boards and a number of other
entities. It simply needs to be expanded to include the colleges. I would do
that with this caveat: to the extent that those funds are used for dormitory
construction, we should explicitly say that those dormitories will not be
included in the major maintenance funding from the state. Those are revenue-
generating facilities and they should be able to operate on their own.

I'm entirely comfortable with the numbers that the Appropriations Committee
has developed in aggregate with regard to local government funding. It is
less than what I recommended. But compared to the way you've slashed that
budget in previous years, I'm just relieved, to tell you the truth. I think
the controversial part for you and for me and others is going to be the
division of those funds. I think that the basic theory that they have adopted
with regard to direct allocation, community consensus, as well as some
reserve for the State Loan and Investment Board is sound. I continue to get
lobbied about whether the data should be the 2000 census or the 2007 census.
I've discovered that all I have to do is ask "which one gets your community
more money?" and then I know which data they prefer.

But what I would ask is that this is a big step for us in Wyoming in that we
have developed a rational formula. You can argue about the details, but we
have in place the basic construct. And we have that data available to you at
the beginning of the session, not at the end. We have the opportunity to
begin to move in the directions being set by the select committee and local
government finance. I would encourage you to at least take seriously the need




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for a formula and the need for a rational formula that I think will be useful
going forward.

I am perplexed by this argument about whether or not we should make whole the
communities for the funding that was lost with regard to the food tax. When
we repealed the sales tax on food, a number of communities were diminished in
terms of their sales tax revenues. In aggregate we had increased the amount
of money going out to the communities in excess of the money that they lost.

But here's where it gets difficult, is that because of the way the formula
works, if you were a community whose largest taxpayer was a grocery store or
some kind of a food vending outlet covered by that repeal, you lost a greater
amount of money than was compensated back to you by the traditional formula.
I think the answer to that is to take the formula which was developed by the
revenue department, allocate a portion of the sales tax revenues that you're
sending back, allocate a portion of that based on the food tax distribution
scheme rather than upon the traditional allocation formula. Doesn't change
the amount of money that you are allocating, but it does change the equity
and the maintenance of the promise that I think we made to those communities
that we would keep them whole.

A budget item that I would like you to consider putting some money back in,
and I've spoken with the chair of the Appropriations Committee, and that is
the travel and tourism budget. Initially we had a request in there in the
capital construction for a welcome center on I-25. As most of you know, the
welcome center on I-25 is essentially on the wrong side of the road and at an
intersection that nobody can access so we're trying to establish a new entry
point.

The Appropriations Committee rejected that. A salutary effect of their
rejecting was that we no longer -- was that the folk who own the land have
said that they will donate the land to us rather than have us buy it. With
that salutary effect in place, I'm reluctant to say that the committee
probably did something right. That's something I won't say very often. But
the fact is we now have a very different circumstance. For $3.4 million,
without addressing the building question, we can go ahead and build the
interchange -- the interchange is going to be built anyway -- build an
interchange with an eye towards accommodating a welcome center at some point
in the state's future.

What that means is go and bid it all at once, we can save some money. It
costs about $3.4 million additional funds to either the Highway Department or
Travel and Tourism in order to make sure that we get that funded, the idea
being, we don't have to decide about the building, but we're going to
eventually build one there. We should go and at the same time we do the
interchange, we should use that money in the most cost-efficient way to
prepare the interchange for the building so you don't end up coming back in a
few years, tearing up the pavement, rerunning utilities and starting the
process over. So I would encourage you to look at that.

You know, the problem in a year like this is that we have done a lot over the
last few years. What we need to do is to stick with our task. Our task is to
keep building on what we have done.     Everybody, because we're -- I mean,
we're in politics.    You've got political parties and individuals who are
saying, "No, you've got to be looking for something new. You have got to have
the newer mousetrap. You've got to have the newer thing. You have to expand
the program. You have to have something with your name on it. Has to be a
House bill. Has to be a Senate bill. Can't do what the Governor suggests. You
can't let that happen."




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Bottom line is all of those things are an evil and a kind of demon that keeps
us from doing what is right. The greatest discipline we need in Wyoming, when
we have the abundance that we have, is the discipline to focus on doing what
is right, the discipline to make sure that when somebody comes to us, either
from -- and it is oftentimes our friends.

I mean, there are lobbyists who are getting paid to lobby something. They
come and say, "You got to do this for me." You have to have the discipline to
step back and say, "Hold it. Who are the shareholders that that person is
lobbying for?" They're lobbying for some company. It is an honorable
profession. I've done it myself. We have to have the discipline to step back
and say, "Hold it. What is it that's at stake here?" What's at stake here is
whether or not we're going to do what is right, not what our friends want us
to do, but what is right.

You have the same thing in the context of politics. Political parties are all
scrambling to try to maintain some control over the American culture. And the
political parties are getting weaker and weaker, and so what they do now is
they come in and say, "let's say something bad about the other guy," not
because the guy is bad, but because they're registered different than we are.
"Let's say something bad about their idea," not because it is a bad idea, but
because, frankly, it is not our idea, or it might be a good idea and I would
rather it is mine.

As you know, I've become absolutely unabashed at stealing good ideas any
place I can get them and I usually try to even admit it. But what I'm arguing
for a different way of doing business. Because I think what is going on in
this country and this state is that people are beginning to wonder about not
the decisions we make, but the way that we make them and what it is that
turns out to be important to us when we weigh the future and we weigh those
decisions.

We had this conference in January in Casper in which we decided that, you
know, it is the second term, we will go ahead and touch the third rail of
Wyoming politics and we will have a conference about planning. And frankly, I
expected that we could get a modest attendance, maybe 100, 125. We ended up
with 525 people. The room was packed. We had to turn people away. We had to
extend the participation. And the most interesting thing about it was that a
lot of people there were not the usual suspects. The usual suspects being you
and I and the folks who are always at these things.

The second thing that was unusual   was the degree of energy people had about
thinking about what this state is   going to be in the future, thinking about
what it is we want for ourselves    and for our children. I expected that we
would get run out of town, that     the notion of talking about planning and
zoning and the rest of it, we        would suddenly end up in a difficult
circumstance. Quite the contrary.

But I did get a couple messages. One is they want it to come from the bottom
with you. They want it to be driven by the values that they possess, not the
values that I possess or the values that this legislature possesses. The
counties and the jurisdictions in this state have very different visions
about who they're going to be and how they're going to get there and we need
to support that.

Second message I received and received quite clearly is that there is a
concern about the way we are thinking about the future, that we are focused
not on the issues that they're concerned with, which is housing,
environmental protection, what kind of job they're going to have and the
things that account for their daily life and healthcare, but they look at us
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We will be approaching you, both in this session and later, about
participating with us in an effort to do some form of an Envision Wyoming, to
draw upon that energy and to draw you into that. And when we do, we will be
asking you to set aside the traditional sort of values and serotypes we bring
and to sit down and talk honestly about what this state could be and what we
hope it will be in the future. We owe that to ourselves, we owe that to our
children, and we owe that to future generations.

I'm delighted that you would entertain me today. It is always a pleasure. I
look at this as the sixth time I've been before you, and I'm delighted by
that. I expect that I will double that number before I am done. Just checking
to see if you're still awake.

Nancy and I look forward to seeing you at the house for dinner through the
session. I wish you Godspeed with your work. I ask that we exhibit the
courage that we enunciate as we travel around the state; that we address
these issues with vigor, that we address these issues with energy, and that
we arrive at a result that is good for us and for the citizens of the state.
Thank you very much.

On behalf of the members of the Legislature, President Schiffer thanked
Governor Freudenthal for attending the Joint Session and for his message.

President Schiffer then introduced the Honorable Barton Voigt, Chief Justice
of the Wyoming Supreme Court.

                            STATE OF THE JUDICIARY
                        BARTON R. VOIGT, CHIEF JUSTICE
                               FEBRUARY 11, 2008
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Governor, members of the       Legislature,   fellow
judges, friends and fellow citizens of Wyoming:

I especially want to     thank you legislators who came to our breakfast this
morning and pretended   like you were looking forward to hearing what I had to
say here today. With     that encouragement, I went back to my office and added
about twenty minutes    worth of material because I didn't want to disappoint
you

Truthfully, it is my honor and pleasure to appear before you this second time
to report on the state's Judiciary. It seems like such a short time ago that
I was here for my first message as Chief Justice. And I am afraid that the
short time perception arises more out of my getting older than it does out of
the idea that time flies when you are having fun.

Let me tell you, the other Justices lied about the Chief Justice business
when they handed it to me for a turn. There is a lot of work, with no more
time in which to do it. And no extra pay, no state car, no nothing. Just a
lot of meetings. So many meetings that I'm not sure I actually get any real
work done anymore.

Not to compare myself with Abraham Lincoln, but I will use one of his
anecdotes to tell you what this job sometimes feels like: In the depths of
the Civil War, while things looked grim and the outcome was still in doubt,
someone asked Lincoln what he thought of being President.     Lincoln replied:
well, it's kind of like the fellow who was tarred and feathered and run out
of town on a rail.   When asked how he liked it, the fellow replied, "if it
weren't for the honor of it, I would just as soon walk."
If that sounded like a complaint, it really wasn't.     I love this job and I
can't think of anybody I'd rather have doing it. I find that I trust myself




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implicitly and have utter confidence that I will do the right thing.     Now,
down to some brass tacks.

When I spoke to you last year, I had to report that five state judges had
resigned soon after I became Chief Justice. I assured you there was no cause
and effect relationship in those events.         Now I can feel even more
comfortable in that assertion, because I can tell you that we made it almost
a full year - to December 21st, before anyone else resigned. On that date, I
received notice that Judge Nicholas Kalokathis - who has been a District
Judge here in Cheyenne since 1987 - intended to retire in March.         The
Judicial Nominating Commission is just now finishing up the process of
selecting potential nominees to replace Nick - we are meeting on Friday, so
those names will go the Governor at the end of the week.

I want to thank Judge Kalokathis publicly for his outstanding years on the
bench.   Not to insult the rest of us still remaining, But Nick was the
intellectual light amongst us, and he will be sorely missed.

Speaking of folks who are sorely missed. I cannot help but note the absence
of Natrona County's Tom Walsh and, if he is listening, I want to wish him
well on behalf of all the Judges in the state.       Tom is a man who has
dedicated his life to serving the people of Wyoming - from Vietnam to Mayor
of Casper to the state legislature.    So, from one HSCHS grad to another -
best wishes in your new challenge.        I was quite concerned about the
diminishing influence of Hot Springs County with Tom's absence, but Tim
Stubson tells me that he spent a couple of years as a toddler out at Grass
Creek, so I guess that will have to do.    What do you think Governor, will
that be enough guidance for him?

I suppose I should first report to you on the progress - if that is the right
word - of the remodeling project across the street.    I can start by saying
that you will not recognize the inside of the building when you next go in
it.   It has been gutted top to bottom and completely restructured.    Unless
folks are lying to me, we are still on schedule and should be able to move
back in around October. We believe we have spent the state's money wisely -
with the result being a stately but utilitarian structure that will serve
well for many years to come.

When I say "we have spent the state's money wisely" - what I mean is that the
construction management division of the Department of Administration and
Information has prevented us from spending it as we would have liked. Now,
the relationship of the construction management division to state entities
such as the Supreme Court is that of any loving paternalistic relationship.
The relationship of any father to his children. I will give you an example
of the kind of parental relationship I have in mind. When I was growing up,
I had a friend whose father was very devoted to him.      Several times, the
father took him out onto Boysen Lake to teach him to swim. He would gently
lift him over the side of the boat and place him in the water. I asked my
friend how it was going, and he said, "well, the swim to shore isn't bad.
It's getting out of the damned gunny sack that's hard."

We have had a few gunny sack incidents during the remodeling project, but for
the most part, difficulties have been resolved to our relative satisfaction.
Of most concern to us have been situations where we believed something would
be provided as part of the construction contract, but have found out later
that we would have to budget for it separately.       Fortunately, the over-
estimate of the library shelving cost, has taken up some of that unforeseen
expense.   About three weeks ago, a moderately severe difficulty arose when
the server room turned out to be too small to hold all the equipment for
which it was designed.   We had a big meeting to iron out the difficulties,
and I believe we are back on track.    Some items, such as the carpeting and



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the bookcases in chambers, are not of the same quality as those we left
behind, but we will learn to live with it.

The other major project that you have funded for us in the last couple of
years is our electronic case management system.     Some of you may remember
that the Supreme Court lacked any kind of modern docketing and case
management system.    I can say today, with a certain amount of pride and
little humility, that our new electronic case management system is up and
running, with the court's docket also now available to the public on our
website. And, at 3:29 p.m. on Wednesday, January 2nd, the court received its
first electronically filed brief. We are still in the experimental stages of
e-filing, but we expect to have it available to the entire Wyoming State Bar
by year's end. When we get there, we will be the first state Supreme Court
in the country to have a fully integrated docketing, case management, and
electronic filing system. For that success, I want to thank our clerk, Judy
Pacheco and our database manager, John Capron, for their hard work and
dedication, and I want to thank this body for its foresight in recognizing
this need and making it possible for us to fulfill it.

Next up will be the much more complex question of electronic filing in the
trial courts.   We have begun thinking in that direction.    I expect that we
will once again start with criminal cases, because of the smaller number of
filed documents and the smaller number of participating attorneys.     We also
are studying the possibility of requiring the electronic filing of
transcripts before we get into the more complicated area of electronic filing
of docketed papers.       Court reporters already prepare transcripts in
electronic format, so that transition may not be too difficult.         We are
purposefully moving slowly because we have heard so many horror stories from
other state judiciaries that spend lots on money on projects that were later
junked because they were not properly planned before they were implemented.

We are not climbing this technological mountain simply because it is there.
We are doing it because of the tremendous advantages it offers, and because
the world is headed in that direction whether we like it or not. Perhaps an
example of the potential for electronic documents will help: for a typical
supreme appeal, we receive a brief from the appellant, a brief from the
appellee, then a reply brief from the appellant. The Clerk of District Court
then sends us the record, which consists of all the filed documents from the
trial court docket, plus copies of the transcripts from any motion hearings
and the trial.    We read the briefs, hear oral argument, then prepare an
opinion using our notes from oral argument, the briefs and the record. Very
often, the parties have cited to dozens of cases, and the papers and
transcripts contain thousands of pages.

Historically, we have been required to go to the case books to find the cited
cases, and to go to the paper record to find the facts relied upon by the
parties. Electronic briefs eventually will give us the ability, through the
hyperlink process, simply to click on the case citation or the page citation
and go directly on screen, to the case or to the record citation.           A
tremendous savings of time and trouble.

This discussion of technology leads me into a couple of related subjects.
First, I have to say that we are struggling mightily - with the money you
give us - to keep the state judiciary's technical needs met. Some examples -
the Circuit Court's old and untrustworthy tape recorders have been replaced
with digital recording systems.    We are also developing video arraignment
capabilities, especially in the busier jurisdictions, and those with jail
facilities separated from their courthouse, where prisoner transport is both
a security risk and a financial concern. The best example is Rawlins, where
video court appearances for state penitentiary inmates is far better than
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Next, I want to talk to you about the Judicial Systems Automation Account.
For those of you not familiar with the Judicial Systems Automation Account,
it was created by the legislature in 2000 as a special revenue source for -
quote - "The purchase, maintenance and operation of computer hardware and
software to enhance the communication, records and management needs of the
courts." end quote. Two statutes require the district and circuit courts and
another allows the municipal courts, to collect $10.00 per civil case, to be
deposited into this special fund.

Our first attempt to manage the expenditure of these funds was a committee
called the Judicial Technology Task Force - the JTTF.         The method of
operation of the JTTF was basically a grant system. In other words, the JTTF
would receive proposals for particular individual projects, and then would
recommend to the Board of Judicial Policy and Administration - the BJPA -
whether to fund the proposal.

During this past year, I sat down with our court administrator and
information technology staff to discuss the effectiveness of this methodology
- that is, the somewhat sporadic funding of special requests - what I call
"pet projects: - with no central focus or plan. Generally speaking, we were
concerned that we were expanding into too many areas, with too little
comprehension of where we were going, and without first having our own house
in order.

The result was the creation by the BJPA of a new court technology committee
comprised of the Chief Justice, the court administrator, a district judge, a
circuit judge, a clerk of district court, and the Supreme Court's two main
computer gurus.  That committee has abandoned the old grant system ad will
operate in the future under a more centralized plan, as contemplated by the
statutes.

Our goal is a technological structure within the judicial branch of
government that is uniform from top to bottom, and that provides instant
access to our information to all court users, including especially the law
enforcement agencies that most need to be kept up to date. Right now, one of
the frustrations in this database management is the question of how to
integrate the state's municipal courts and municipal ordinance violations
into the system.

Finally getting out of the technology sphere, I will update you on some other
things going on in our branch of government.

We can't do entirely without statistics, so I will tell you that in 2007, the
Supreme Court published 208 opinions, as compared to 162 in 2006. We cannot
account for this dramatic increase, and hope that it is temporary. With five
justices, 200 opinions means that each justice wrote around 40 opinions last
year. Giving credit where credit is due, I will tell you that Justice Kite
actually authored 50 opinions this year - a truly astonishing number.      In
case you can't do the math, that is slightly more than four per month.     An
opinion can be anywhere from 10 to 100 pages - or more - but usually is
somewhere between 25 and 40 pages.    If you imagine doing that four times a
month, on top of reading maybe 50 briefs and hundreds of pages of trail court
record, you will get an idea of what we do across the street.      When I was
working on my master's degree, I had to write a thesis. It turned out to be
about a hundred pages. It took me two years and I thought it would kill me.
I wish I had that luxury now.

Rather than give you lots of trail court statistics, I asked the court
administrator simply to compare last year's total filings in the district
courts with the number of filings ten years ago.   It turns out that the



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average increase statewide in filings during that period was 17.4%.                     I am
sure the statistics for the circuit courts are similar.

Some other events and developments:

In September, just prior to the state bar meeting in Jackson, the court held
oral argument at the high school in Star Valley. We try to do one of these
"road shows" once or twice a year to let the public - especially our school
kids - get a feel for what the Supreme Court does, and what actual court is
like. As opposed to what they see on T.V. While these local appearances are
considerable hassle for the court, we are repeatedly praised for going to the
effort, and the local reception is invariably favorable.

The week after the state bar meeting, we met with the commission on judicial
conduct and ethics - our constitutional oversight body - just to answer any
questions the commission might have and to get acquainted with new commission
members. Two specific things I might mention about that meeting.

First, we agreed to create, and have created by court order, a special
committee headed by the law schools Professor John Burman, to study the
American Bar Association's revised model code of judicial conduct.       That
committee will recommend to the court whether Wyoming should adopt the
revised code. We adopted the current code in 1990. The ABA has revised the
code largely as a result of litigation in states that have contested judicial
elections. Those states, unlike Wyoming, have problems with what limitations
can, constitutionally, be placed upon the speech of persons seeking judicial
office, and also problems with the question of judges seeking financial
contributions to run election campaigns.    Not a pretty sight when you have
competing interests financially influencing the selection of judges. Wyoming
is very fortunate not to have that problem.

The second item about the commission on judicial conduct and ethics that you
might find of interest is that the commission has established a website for
the purpose of educating the public on the commission's role, and to make it
easier for citizens to file complaints against judges. Did I say that was a
good thing? I’ll let you know as time passes.

While I am talking about judicial conduct and ethics, I will also mention
that the court has entered into a contract with a professional substance
abuse counseling firm to make sure that such services are available - either
voluntarily - to judges who may suffer from a substance abuse problem. The
judiciary followed the lead of the Wyoming State Bar, which contracted for
those services for all the lawyers in the state.

Some quick   comments   about   other   areas   of   interest   both   to   you   and    the
judiciary:

You will notice that one of the specific requests in the trail court budget
is for the payment of interpreters for non-english speaking defendants in
criminal cases.   Curious as to just what that entailed, I e-mailed all the
trial courts and asked them to report their use of interpreters this past
year. Here are the tabulated results: Our courts hired Spanish interpreters
43 times, sign language interpreters 14 times, Russian interpreters 6 times,
Vietnamese, Chinese, and East Indian interpreters three times each, and the
following languages one or two times:      Cambodian, Ukrainian, Hungarian,
Polish, Serbian, Croatian, Romanian, Korean, Amharic, Arabic, Samoan, and
Basque.

I bring this up because it is not a minor issue.  Language barriers in the
courtroom raise questions of constitutional due process, of constitutional
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Disabilities Act.   The National Conference of Chief Justices has identified
the need to provide language interpreters as one of the top ten problems
facing the judiciary nationwide. Cost is a big factor, as interpreters must
be provided not just for court appearances, but for conferences with defense
counsel and for statutorily mandated procedures outside the courtroom, such
as substance abuse and sexual abuse evaluations as part of the sentencing
process. The next big question in regard to this issue is whether standards,
testing and certification are on the horizon. This problem is going to get
worse before it gets better.

You will undoubtedly want to know how the guardian ad litem program is
administered via contracts among the Supreme Court, where the funds are
housed, the district courts, where the funds are used and the counties, who
pay a proportionate share of guardian ad litem fees. We submitted a detailed
report to the Joint Appropriations Committee and the Joint Judiciary
Committee on October 29th. That report should be available to each of you if
you are interested in the details.     Suffice it to say for now, that the
state's share of the total program expenditure jumped from $698,000 in fiscal
year 2005-2006 to $1,064,000 in fiscal year 2006-2007.

The program has not been without its problems.    The accounting and payment
system is complex because it involves attorney reporting, district judge
oversight, county payment and supreme court reimbursement.    Furthermore, we
have been receiving anecdotal reports from counties that the availability of
this "pot" of state GAL funds has greatly increased the amount that it costs
the counties not just for GAL's, but for counsel for indigent parents. You
will notice as you proceed through the session that the Governor, the Supreme
Court and the Joint Appropriations have recommended that the GAL program be
moved from the Supreme Court into the State Public Defender's Office - an
office which specializes in hiring specialized attorneys.   We hope that you
will support this effort to make more efficient use of the state's funds
while providing high-quality representation of children caught up in the
system.

Like last year, I am looking at my watch and trying to get through everything
I ought to mention, but without boring you to death. Some particular items
that were, are, or will be legislative matters.

You are all aware that courthouse security is an issue that is not going to
go away anytime soon. We want to have something in place before, not after,
disaster strikes. There is a committee functioning now to study all of the
counties to determine probable needs in the county-owned buildings.

One of the main purposes of the new front access to the remodeled Supreme
Court Building - in addition to handicap access - is to provide a security
check point at the entrance.      In that regard, we first looked to the
possibility of utilizing highway patrol troopers as security officers. That
is not going to happen, so we are asking you to allow us to fill the Supreme
Court Bailiff position that has been provided for by statute since 1899. As
Governor Freudenthal has pointed out, that would keep the troopers out on the
highway where they belong.

While we await improvement in the provision of security, we have asked the
National Center for State Courts to provide training for all judges and court
employees on what to do in case of such emergencies as hostage-taking, and
the appearance and use of deadly weapons. Invariably, the courts deal with
people who are troubled or in trouble, and the potential for violence always
is there. We believe we have a duty to our employees to protect them as much
as reasonably possible.

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The judicial branch is seeking pay increases in a couple of ways. First, we
are mirroring the executive branch by asking for a 4% per year increase for
employees during the upcoming biennium.         Second, separate legislation
proposes a judicial pay increase of 6% for the first year and 4% for the
second year of the next biennium. The 6% figure was selected to make up for
2% raise given to other state employees last year that judges did not
receive.   It is our understanding that this percentage approach, basically
matching the percentage increase for other state employees, is your
preference, and we find it a satisfactory way to keep judicial salaries at a
reasonable level, both as compensation for the work done and to attract
competent applicants for vacant judicial positions.

Of equal concern to the judiciary is the state of the present judicial
retirement system. In a nutshell, the situation is this: several years ago,
you created a new judicial retirement system to replace the existing unfunded
system.   Most sitting judges opted into the new system, and all judges
appointed since then are automatically in the new system.        However, an
unanticipated problem was uncovered in the new system when District Judge
Terry Rogers left office.      He had opted into the new system, so his
retirement benefit was calculated under the "actuarially sound" provision
thereof.   Much to everyone's surprise - and Judge Roger's distress - the
calculated amount was much less than the amount he would have received under
the old system.

It is our firm belief - the state judges of Wyoming - that you never intended
that result. Encouraging us in that belief is the fact that you subsequently
adopted legislation allowing Judge Rogers, and others caught in his
predicament, to opt back into the old system.

Legislation designed to eliminate this unintended consequence of the new
system failed last session, for reasons of which we are unsure. This year,
we are asking you to give a favorable consideration to similar legislation so
that Wyoming's judicial retirement system will reflect the realities of
judicial tenure in this state and will provide fair and reasonable benefits
to retiring judges, at an appropriate age.

The next issue that I wish to discuss does not touch the entire judiciary,
but is of vital importance to one judicial district:       the creation of a
district judgeship in Pinedale.      Sublette County is part of the Ninth
Judicial District, which also includes Teton County and Fremont County.
Historically, the district judges from those two counties have covered
Sublette County's workload by traveling there as needed. Statistics from the
new caseload study that you funded last session, plus the realities "on the
ground" in the Ninth Judicial District, show that minimal coverage is no
longer adequate, and is not fair to the people of Sublette County.

The facts are these:   there is one district judge in Teton County, with an
identified need for 98% of a judge. Basically a one-to-one ratio, leaving no
time for that judge to cover Sublette County.     There is also one district
judge in Fremont County, with an identified need for 130% of a judge.     In
other words, the judge in Lander not only lacks the time to cover Pinedale,
he cannot even be expected adequately to cover Fremont County.

Finally, we all know that Pinedale is in the midst of an economic boom, based
on energy development, that has fundamentally altered the nature of that
community and all of Sublette County.     Sublette County's $4.4 billion now
accounts for 21% of the state's entire assessed valuation, and Sublette
County pays nearly 20% of all taxes paid into the state's coffers. From 2000
to 2006, Sublette County's population grew by 24%. All of this has created a
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county. For instance, the budget of the Sublette County Attorney - once the
proverbial drop-in-the-bucket - totaled $939,339 last year.    The office now
has a county attorney, four deputies, six secretaries and an investigator.

The caseload study completed last year already showed the need for a district
judge in Pinedale at a 42% workload capacity.     When combined with the 30%
shortage in Fremont County, the numbers show that, even if growth stopped
today, which it won't, the Ninth Judicial District is right now short 72% of
the district court coverage to which its citizens are entitled. In 2004, 200
cases were filed in the district court in Pinedale. In 2007, that figure had
leaped to 240 - almost double.    Now is the time to do the right thing and
create a position in Sublette County to handle the workload that is surely
just going to continue to grow.

Now the good news. I drove up to Pinedale in January to meet with the County
Commissioners, the Clerk of District Court and Judge Young, who came over
from Lander.   We toured the already remodeled county courthouse, which is
clearly sufficient to house a district judge, and the commissioners assured
me that the very limited amount of work required to make a law library into
two offices, would be done before a judge was ever selected.     I told them
that, after the Legislature's experience with a certain other county that
shall remain nameless, assurances and promises would not suffice. We had to
see hammer and nails. There will be no problem in that regard.

I have to say that I like to come over here and tell you about the judicial
branch of government, but I hate to come over here and ask for money like a
kid who has spent his whole allowance and still wants to go to a movie. But
that is the way the constitutional separation of powers works - you have the
purse strings.   And I know that right now everyone is worried about the
national economy and the possibility of a recession.       Even my dogs are
worried about the economy. The price of Alpo is up to $.99 a can, and that
is almost $7.00 in dog money. But that makes my point - expenses is relative
- the general fund budget for the entire state judiciary is less than 2% of
the state's general fund budget. If federal funds and special revenue funds
are included, the judiciary's share of the state budget is less than 1%. I
do not believe that percentage has grown appreciably over the past several
decades, and I can assure you that the Supreme Court, as head of the
judiciary, does all it can to ask only for what it needs, as opposed to all
it would like to have. One example of the conservative approach to spending
has been our resistance to the creation of judicial positions to staff the
burgeoning demand for the treatment programs that are being called "problem-
solving" courts.

In conclusion, as we look to the future, these are what we expect to be our
pressing issues:   completion of our building, keeping up with technology,
continuing docket delays and the pressure to address and cure society's ills
through problem-solving courts: drug courts, dui courts, family courts,
mental health courts and the like. There is also a perception out there - a
perception that I do not believe is shared by all judges - that our juvenile
court system is broken.    Finally, I believe Wyoming will take part in the
national re-assessment of the Civil Jury Trial System. Nationwide, there is
a fear that civil jury trials are disappearing because of the cost and delay
occasioned chiefly by pretrial discovery.      In particular, there is some
thought that the pretrial discovery deposition - designed to guarantee jury
trials on the facts, without surprise - may actually be making trials too
expensive for the typical litigant, and may be causing the calendar and
docket delays of which we hear so much complaint.

As I finish up, I will tell you that there is really only one thing wrong
with this job. When I think about it, it is probably the same thing that is
wrong with the Governor's job and your job.  I had to go to at lease five



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meetings for every one of those things I just told you about. Actually, that
is what the job description for chief justice should be - the guy who goes to
meetings for us.   And as our court administrator has learned over the past
year, I hate meetings.

Let me tell you a story about meetings. One of my brothers used to work for
a state agency here in Wyoming that I will not identify. The manager of the
office in which my brother worked liked meetings.     They had meetings every
day. They had meetings to prioritize goals, They had meetings to identify
strategies. They had meetings to schedule other meetings. But the best one
- and I think this is the day my brother quit - was when they had a meeting
to try to figure out why they weren't getting any work done.

So inasmuch as this gathering today is just one big meeting - and I am
keeping you from getting your work done, I will once again shut up and sit
down.

Thank you for your time and patience.

President Schiffer thanked Chief Justice Voigt for attending the Joint
Session and for his message and asked Senator Nicholas and Representatives
Simpson and Martin to escort the Governor from the Chamber. Senator Job and
Representatives Quarberg and Hammons escorted the Chief Justice from the
Chamber.

Senate Majority Floor Leader, Senator Hines moved that the Joint Session be
dissolved. Senate Minority Floor Leader, Senator Decaria, seconded the
motion. Motion carried.

Senate Majority Floor Leader, Senator Hines moved that the Senate be in
recess until 1:30 p.m. Motion carried.

House Majority Floor Leader, Representative Simpson moved the House recess
until 2:00 p.m. Motion carried.

                              FIRST DAY AFTERNOON
                BUDGET SESSION OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                         FIFTY-NINTH STATE LEGISLATURE
                               FEBRUARY 11, 2008

Speaker of the House, Representative Cohee called the house to order at 2:00
p.m.

The colors were presented by Cheyenne Central High School ROTC, followed by
the "Pledge of Allegiance" by the House body. Prayer was given by Father Gary
Ruzika of St. Mary's Cathedral in Cheyenne.

Mr. Speaker announced that the Chief Clerk will call the roll to convene.

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel F, Esquibel K, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, and
Zwonitzer Dn., Zwonitzer Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart.
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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Representative Simpson moved Chief Justice Barton R. Voigt administer the
oath of office to Representative Hales and Representative Stubson. The chair
requested Representatives Throne and Dockstader escort the Chief Justice into
the Chamber.

Representative Hales was escorted by Representatives Gilmore and Shepperson.
Representative Stubson was escorted by Representatives Harshman and Brechtel.

Representative Simpson moved that the following persons as listed and
distributed be House employees for this Session and that they be voted on
collectively. The motion carried by voice vote.

                                     STAFF
                           59th WYOMING LEGISLATURE
                             BUDGET SESSION – 2008
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Chief Clerk.........................................................Patricia Benskin
Assistant Chief Clerk...................................................Jan Dancliff
Staff Supervisor.....................................................Sue Ann Shaffer
Asst. Staff Supervisor.................................................Sharon Novick
Floor Computer Clerk...................................................Wendy Harding
Reading Clerk..................................................... William R. Dubois
Journal Clerk...........................................................Nancy Schmid
Chamber Assistant..........................................................Jan Jones
Attorney Secretary....................................................Sandy Pedersen
Majority Leadership Secretary............................................Jean Storey
Staff Assistant/Minority Sec..........................................Rebecca Sabado
Committee Secretaries:
  1 – Judiciary.........................................................Bonnie Kruse
  2 – Appropriations......................................................Pam Landry
  3 – Revenue..........................................................Barbara Clark
  4 – Education........................................................Edith Russell
  5 – Agriculture......................................................Barbara Clark
  6 – Travel...........................................................Edith Russell
  7 – Corporations.................................................Chris Caltagirone
  8 – Transportation................................................Phyllis Salzburg
  9 – Minerals.....................................................Chris Caltagirone
 10 – Labor.........................................................Phyllis Salzburg
 12 – Rules..............................................................Jean Storey
Copy Center Supervisor..................................................Ardath Junge
Telephone Receptionist.....................................................Judy Case
Bill Status/Hotline Receptionists.......................................Myrna Helart
                                                                     Ardelle Kissler
Office Receptionist......................................................Andrea Cook
Collator/Mail Clerk..................................................Sherrie Robison
Messenger..................................................................Jim Johns
Pages.................................................................Patti Menghini
                                                                      Barbara Warren
Student Pages.............................................................Amy Miller
                                                                     Annalise Parady
Sergeant-at-Arms.......................................................Darrell Moore
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms...................................................Ed Wallace
Doormen (Chamber)......................................................Keith Rounds
         (Gallery).......................................................Bob Mattson
Watchmen (Mornings)........................................................Jim Allen
         (Afternoons & Weekend).........................................George Geyer
Clerical Assistants                                                      Sally Allen
                                                                      Brenda Aurzada
                                                                        Bonnie Brown




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                                                                       Barbara Costa
                                                                          Lynn Davis
                                                                     Shirley Dickman
                                                                      Janet Foresman
                                                                    Karen Lippincott
                                                                        Doris Loseke
                                                                    Eileen Oldenburg
                                                                      Yvonne Quintal
Coordinator........................................................Peggy N. Smithson

                            COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
Mr. Speaker appointed members to committees as follows: Representative Hales
to Committee No. 10, Labor, Health & Social Services and Representative
Stubson to Committee No. 3, Revenue and Committee No. 7, Corporations,
Elections & Political Subdivisions.       With these changes, the Standing
Committees of the 2007 General Session of the 59th Legislature, will serve as
the Standing Committees for the Budget Session of the 59th Legislature.

                               NOTICE TO SENATE
Mr. Speaker directed Chief Clerk, Patricia Benskin to notify the Senate that
the House of Representatives of the 2008 Budget Session, 59th Legislature, is
organized and ready to receive any communications they may desire to submit.

                                      FOURTH DAY
                                  FEBRUARY 14, 2008

Representative   Cohee   moved   for   the   adoption   of   the   following   House   rule
changes.

HR0001/A
Amend House Rule 28-1(c) as follows:
28-1        For the introduction of any bill (other than the budget bill or a
            bill to apportion the legislature), the following procedure will
            be followed:
            (c)   A one minute rebuttal is allowed to a member who is in
            opposition to introduction of the bill. No more than two minutes
            will be granted for rebuttals.       The prime sponsor, or his
            designee, will have thirty seconds to give the final response to
            the rebuttal.

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel F, Esquibel K, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, and Zwonitzer Dn, Zwonitzer Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HR0002/A
Create House Rule 4-8 to read:
                              VOTING IN COMMITTEE
4-8   (a)   A member of the House who has been excused from attendance at a
standing committee meeting by the committee chairman due to the member's
required attendance at another legislative meeting, may file an absentee vote
on a matter pending before the standing committee, provided:
            (i)   The member submits a signed vote form that specifically
identifies the motion and the member's desired vote;




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            (ii) The vote form is delivered to the committee chairman before
the vote on the motion is taken;
            (iii) The absentee vote may be revoked by the member before the
vote is taken by signing and filing a written revocation with the committee
chairman or by the member personally appearing at the meeting and voting on
the motion in person;
            (iv)   A member voting by absentee vote shall not be counted as
being present for purposes of establishing a quorum

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel F, Esquibel K, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, and Zwonitzer Dn, Zwonitzer Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

Representative Cohee moved to adopt the amendments set out in Attachment "A"
on file in the Legislative Service Office.

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel F, Esquibel K, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, and Zwonitzer Dn, Zwonitzer Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0001         General government appropriations-2.

Sponsored By:         Joint Appropriations Interim Committee

AN ACT to make appropriations for the biennium commencing July 1, 2008, and
ending June 30, 2010; providing definitions; providing for appropriations and
transfers of funds during that biennium and for the remainder of the current
biennium as specified; providing for funding for carryover of certain funds
beyond the biennium as specified; conforming specified statutory provisions
during the term of the budget period as related to these appropriations;
providing for employee positions as specified; and providing for an effective
date.

2/7/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H02
2/12/2008    H Placed on General File
2/18/2008    H Considered in CoW
2/19/2008    H Passed CoW

HB0001H2002/ADOPTED
                          [MULTIPLE BUDGETS AFFECTED]
Section Under Consideration:
      Section:    101. Supreme Court
Other Budget(s) Affected:
      Section:    303. [EMPLOYEE BENEFITS]
      * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 41-line 11         After   "Admin"   insert  "1.";  Under  GENERAL    FUND
                        increase amount by "351,685".
Page 41-After line 19   Insert:
"1. Of this general fund appropriation, three hundred fifty-one thousand six
hundred eighty-five dollars ($351,685.00) shall only be expended for the
purpose of making contributions to the retiree health insurance benefits
account pursuant to Section 303(e) of this act for all judicial branch
employees.   This appropriation shall not be transferred or expended for any
other purpose and any unexpended, unobligated funds remaining from this
appropriation shall revert as provided by law on June 30, 2010.".
Page 83-line 5          Delete "and" insert ",".
Page 83-line 6          After "colleges" insert "and the judicial branch".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP, JORGENSEN

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Diercks, Gilmore, Jones, Quarberg, Shepperson and
Thompson
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) Alden
Ayes 52     Nays 6    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2003/FAILED
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 042.   Geological Survey


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                          (Geologic Program)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 24-line 27         After "Program" insert "1."; Under GENERAL FUND
                        increase amount by "601,208".
Page 24-After line 34   Insert:
"1. Of this general fund appropriation, six hundred one thousand two hundred
eight dollars ($601,208.00) shall only be expended for upgrading seismic
stations in the Yellowstone volcano observatory seismic grid.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. GINGERY, OLSEN

HB0001H2004/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 057. Community College Commission
                              (Public Television)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 33-line 24         After "1." insert "(a)".
Page 33-line 25         Delete "Fund." insert "Account, which is created and
                        shall be administered as follows:
            (i) Funds from the Wyoming Public Television Endowment Account
shall be transferred by the state treasurer to a Wyoming Public Television
matching funds account to equally match each cash gift received by Wyoming
Public Television and deposited to the matching funds account. A match shall
be paid by the state treasurer from the Wyoming Public Television Endowment
Account at the time any accumulated amounts actually deposited to the
matching funds account total ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) or more;
            (ii) The state treasurer shall make transfers to the Wyoming
Public Television matching funds account not later than the end of the
calendar quarter following the quarter during which gifts to the matching
funds account total at least ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00). If gifts are
made through a series of payments or transfers, no matching funds shall be
transferred under this footnote until the total value of all payments or
transfers   actually  received    totals  at   least   ten  thousand   dollars
($10,000.00);
            (iii) Funds in the matching funds account shall remain inviolate
and only the interest income earned from investments of the monies in the
matching funds account may be distributed.         The state treasurer shall
distribute income from the matching account to the community college
annually.   The commission shall distribute these funds together with other
appropriated funds to the central Wyoming community college district board
for the operations and programming of Wyoming public television pursuant to
W.S. 21-18-105(b).
            (iv) Income from earnings on the Wyoming Public Television
Endowment Account shall be credited to the general fund.". PHILP, JORGENSEN

HB0001H2005/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Health Care Financing)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 14         After "4." insert ", 7."; Under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "2,250,000"; Under FEDERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "2,250,000".
Page 29-After line 24   Insert:
"7.   Of this general fund appropriation, two million two hundred fifty
thousand dollars ($2,250,000.00), and of this federal fund appropriation, two
million two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($2,250,000.00), shall only be
expended for health care financing of the developmentally delayed children's
waiver to reduce the number of children on the developmentally delayed waiver
waiting list.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as



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necessary.   GINGERY, HARVEY

HB0001H2006/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 320.[LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 102-line 18       Delete "ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00)" insert
                       "twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00)".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP, JORGENSEN

HB0001H2007/FAILED
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Addition to 300 Sections
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                          necessary:
                             "[ATHLETICS BRIDGE LOAN]
       Section 323.
       (a)   The purpose of this section is to authorize the University to
receive a bridge loan from the corpus of the University of Wyoming permanent
land fund account for the purpose of proceeding with construction of the
remainder of the previous legislatively approved athletics facilities plan.
The state treasurer shall invest funds in the University of Wyoming permanent
land fund account in a bridge loan to the University of Wyoming which shall
not exceed a total of four million three hundred thousand dollars
($4,300,000.00) or the amount of binding commitments from donors which have
been secured but not yet paid, whichever is less. The loan made under this
section shall be repaid not later than December 31, 2011, and the unpaid
balance of the loan shall bear interest at five and thirty-five hundredths
percent (5.35%) annually.
       (b) Transfers of loan funds by the state to the university under this
section are subject to the following terms and conditions so that the
university can complete its previously authorized athletics facilities plan
by receiving an advance on donor commitments:
             (i)    Transfers shall be made only to the extent that binding
commitments from donors for gifts that qualify for the athletics facilities
matching program under W.S. 21-16-1001(a)(ii) have been made. The university
shall provide documentation satisfactory to the state treasurer regarding
binding commitments eligible for the transfer of funds;
             (ii)    Transfers made to the university under this section shall
be deemed to be qualifying contributions for the purpose of the state match
and the university's access to funds under the athletics facilities matching
program, W.S. 21-16-1003;
             (iii) When donors make payments toward their binding commitments
under paragraph (i) of this subsection, those payments shall be immediately
transferred to the state treasurer to repay accrued interest and then to
reduce the outstanding balance of the loan funds transferred;
             (iv) Not later than January 1, 2012, the university shall repay
all loans made under this section and accrued interest. If the payments from
donors are insufficient to repay the loan, the loan balance together with any
state matching funds exceeding the paid qualifying contributions shall be
fully repaid from non-state revenues generated by the university's department
of intercollegiate athletics. Repayment of the loan principal shall be
deposited into the University permanent land fund account, and payments of
interest shall be deposited in the University permanent land fund income
account. Any repayment of unmatched state funds shall be deposited to the
challenge account created by W.S. 21-16-1002(a).".       COHEE, BROWN, MARTIN,
SLATER

HB0001H2008/ADOPTED



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                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   006. Administration & Information
                       (State Parks – Road Deficiencies)
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 73-line 17          After "Deficiencies" insert "2.".
Page 73-after line 27    Insert:
"2. This general fund appropriation is effective immediately.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP, JORGENSEN

HB0001H2009/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Division on Aging)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 25         After "6." insert ", 7."; Under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "30,000".
Page 29-after line 24   Insert:
"7. Of this general fund appropriation, thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00)
shall be expended to continue support of the alternative long term care home
pilot programs authorized by W.S. 42-6-104, including the costs of travel,
consultation with other interested Wyoming communities, preparation of
periodic reports and attendance at conferences.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. HARVEY, GINGERY, IEKEL, JORGENSEN

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Gingery,   Goggles,  Hales,   Hallinan,   Hammons,   Harvey, Illoway,  Jaggi,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Olsen, Philp, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Warren and White
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Diercks, Edmonds,
Harshman, Jones, Mercer, Millin, Petersen, Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters, Wallis,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 43    Nays 16    Excused 1     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0001H2010/ADOPTED
                          [MULTIPLE BUDGETS AFFECTED]
                             [CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION]
Section Under Consideration:
      Section:    067. University of Wyoming
                  (Classroom & Lab Renovations)
Other Budget(s) Affected:
      Section:    319. [UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
                  CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS]
      * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 75-line 6          After "Renovations" insert "1.".
Page 75-After line 11   Insert:
"1. This appropriation shall only be expended to match private donations for
academic facilities as provided in Section 319 of this act.".
Page 100-line 13        Delete "6,850,000" insert "6,250,000".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP, JORGENSEN

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,



                                      29
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2011/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   072.       Retirement System
                                (Administration)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 38-line 4          After "Administration" insert "1."; Under GENERAL
                        FUND increase amount by "50,000".
Page 38-After line 14   Insert:
"1. Of this general fund appropriation not more than fifty thousand dollars
($50,000.00) shall only be expended by the Wyoming retirement board to
conduct a feasibility study of the establishment of a deferred retirement
option plan for each of the statutorily defined benefit programs administered
by the board. The study shall include an analysis of the actuarial impact of
such plans on the Wyoming retirement system, including expected benefits and
potential problems, together with plan design, federal qualification issues
and an analysis of the administrative oversight implications of such plans.
The board may use funds under this footnote to contract for required
actuarial expertise.   The board shall report its findings in writing to the
joint appropriations interim committee no later than December 1, 2008.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY, MCOMIE, MILLIN

HB0001H2012/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 005. Department of Education
                         (WDE – General Fund Programs)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 9-line 10          After "1." insert ", 2."; under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "100,000".
Page 9-After line 24 insert:
"2. Of this general fund appropriation, up to one hundred thousand dollars
($100,000.00) shall be expended for participation in the national flagship
program promoting advanced instruction in Chinese languages as part of a
teacher education initiative in critical languages.      The department shall
participate in this program through a partnership with the University of
Wyoming.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. COHEE

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Iekel, Illoway, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Philp, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden, Mercer, Meyer, Petersen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Warren and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 29    Nays 31    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2013/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]



                                     30
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                   * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and
                               renumber as necessary:
                    "[ELECTED OFFICIALS-INCIDENTAL EXPENSES]
      Section 323.
There is appropriated fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00) or as much
thereof as necessary from the general fund to the state auditor for
reimbursement of incidental expenses incurred by the five (5) state elected
officials in the performance of their official duties.       Reimbursement of
expenditures incurred, not to exceed seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00)
per official per calendar quarter, shall be made from this appropriation by
warrants drawn by the state auditor, upon vouchers issued and signed by the
elected official claiming reimbursement, under penalty of false swearing
pursuant to W.S. 6-5-303. This appropriation shall be for expenses incurred
during the period beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2010.        This
appropriation shall only be expended for the purpose of this section.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation shall not be
transferred or expended for any other purpose and any unexpended, unobligated
funds remaining from this appropriation shall revert as provided by law on
June 30, 2010.   This appropriation shall be included in the state auditor's
2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. COHEE

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie,
Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Jones, Madden,
Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 48    Nays 11    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2014/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   045. Department of Transportation
                         (Law Enforcement)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 26-line 8          After "Enforcement" insert "3."; Under GENERAL FUND
                        increase amount by "1,601,000".
Page 27-After line 3    Insert:
"3. Of this general fund appropriation, one million six hundred one thousand
dollars ($1,601,000.00) shall only be expended for the purpose of funding
equal retirement benefits for all dispatchers as provided in the department's
2009-2010 biennium budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. WARREN, EDWARDS, WHITE

HB0001H2015/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 320. [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 102-line 7       After "board" delete "." insert ":
            (i) Of this local government capital construction appropriation
one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) may be awarded by the state loan and
investment board for the purpose of providing grants to local governments for



                                      31
investment grade energy audits of buildings and operations. Grants pursuant
to this paragraph shall be matched by local governments with a contribution
of not less than one dollar ($1.00) for each two dollars ($2.00) of the grant
amount.   If the full one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) allocated is not
fully expended by June 30, 2010, the remaining funds shall be expended for
unfunded large capital construction projects.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. WARREN, HARSHMAN, JORGENSEN, PETERSEN

HB0001H2017/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   085.       Wyoming Business Council
                            (Community Facilities Program)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 40-line 22         After "Program" insert "1.".
Page 40-After line 30   Insert:
"1. Notwithstanding W.S. 9-12-801, for the period beginning July 1, 2008 and
ending June 30, 2010, the council may enter into cooperative agreements with
the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe to promote the
purposes of the community facilities program.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. GOGGLES

HB0001H2018/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 316. [GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM TRANSFER]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 95-After line 22   Insert:
            "(ii)   Enter into agreements with the Eastern Shoshone       and
Northern   Arapaho  Tribes   of   the  Wind   River  Reservation  to  provide
reimbursement for the legal representation of children by attorneys as
guardians ad litem in child protection or children in need of supervision
cases in tribal courts on the Wind River Reservation;".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. GOGGLES

HB0001H2019/FAILED   (CORRECTED COPY)
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Addition to 300 Sections
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                         necessary:
                                  "[NEPA REVIEW]
      Section 323.
      (a)   The natural resource staff of the governor's office shall study
the importance of federal land development, uses and decisions as they impact
Wyoming's citizens and businesses throughout the state.      The study shall
include:
            (i) A review and analysis of the communication, coordination and
development involved in current federal agency resource management plans,
forest plans and other federal land use plans and related environmental
impact statements throughout the state with respect to their adequacy to
address all issues, including but not limited to oil and natural gas
production, coal mining, timber development, recreation, impacts to rural
residences and subdivisions, surface and subsurface impacts, notice to
landowners, opportunity for public input and impacts on the human
environment, as required under the national environmental policy act (NEPA)
of 1969 as amended;
            (ii)    Addressing whether the process allowed state and local
agencies to address whether the plans and environmental impact statements
considered impacts to the human environment of the following as required in



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NEPA regulations:
                  (A)     Oil, natural gas, mining, timber, agriculture,
wildlife, municipal, recreation, tourism, social services, groundwater and
water issues, soil surveys, the potential for secondary beneficial uses of
produced water, state and local land use plans.
            (iii) An analysis of whether the plans and environmental impact
statements properly considered actions necessary to develop the state's
resources, including oil, natural gas, mining, timber, agriculture, wildlife,
municipal,   recreation,   tourism,   social   services,   rural   residential,
aesthetics and roads.
      (b)     All state agencies, including the Wyoming department of
environmental quality, the Wyoming water development commission, the Wyoming
oil and gas conservation commission, the Wyoming game and fish department,
the Wyoming department of agriculture, the office of state lands and
investments and the state engineer shall cooperate with and assist the
governor's natural resource staff as requested in performing the duties
required under this section.
      (c)   The governor's natural resource staff may consult and coordinate
with county and local governmental entities and with local conservation
districts as deemed necessary.
      (d) The governor's natural resource staff shall report the results of
the study to the joint minerals, business and economic development interim
committee by September 1, 2008. The report shall include any recommendations
for statutory or rule changes to Wyoming's natural resource policy account as
well as recommendations for protocols or procedures for reviewing resource
plans and environmental impact statements in the future.
      (e)   There is appropriated twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) from
the natural resource policy account to the governor's office.              This
appropriation shall be for the period beginning with the effective date of
this section and ending June 30, 2009.       This appropriation shall only be
expended for the purpose of this section.           Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, this appropriation shall not be transferred or expended for
any other purpose and any unexpended, unobligated funds remaining from this
appropriation shall revert as provided by law on June 30, 2009.            This
appropriation shall not be included in the governor's 2011-2012 standard
biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. CHILDERS

HB0001H2020/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   045. Department of Transportation
                           (GF Approp to Commission)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 26-line 14         After "2." insert ", 3.".
Page 27-After line 3 insert:
"3.   This general fund appropriation shall not be included in the agency's
2011-2012 standard budget request."
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BERGER, COHEE, HARSHMAN, PHILP

HB0001H2021/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):        024. Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources
                              (Cultural Resources)
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 17-line 12         After "2." insert ", 3."; under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "7,500".
Page 17-after line 30 insert:
"3. Of this general fund appropriation, seven thousand five hundred dollars
($7,500.00) shall only be expended for administration of the legislative



                                      33
artwork donation program."
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY

HB0001H2022/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):               [CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION]
                       006. Administration & Information
                                (Tourism Board)
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 73-After line 19    Insert:       "DOT Tourism Board/Welcome Center – Site
                         acquisition & development costs"; Under GENERAL FUND
                         increase amount by "652,468".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY, CHILDERS, HAMMONS

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Buchanan, Cohee, Dockstader,
Hallinan, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Quarberg,
Shepperson, Stubson, Teeters and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Conflicts: Representative(s) Samuelson
Ayes 40    Nays 18     Excused 1    Absent 0  Conflicts 1

HB0001H2023/FAILED  (CORRECTED COPY)
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): 066. Wyoming Tourism Board
                         (Administration)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 35-line 20         After "Administration" insert "1."; under GENERAL
                        FUND increase amount by "2,000,000".
Page 35-After line 27   Insert:
"1.    Of this general fund appropriation, six hundred thousand dollars
($600,000.00) shall only be expended for fall/winter advertising and one
million four hundred thousand dollars ($1,400,000.00) shall only be expended
for new market development. Not more than one-half (1/2) of the general fund
appropriations subject to this footnote shall be expended for the purposes
specified in each of the fiscal years of the 2009-2010 fiscal biennium. This
two million dollar ($2,000,000.00) appropriation shall be one time funding
and shall not be included in the board's 2011-2012 standard biennial budget
request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SIMPSON

HB0001H2024/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Health Care Financing)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 14   After "4." insert ", 7.".
Page 29-after line 24   Insert:
"7. Of this general fund appropriation, one hundred twenty-six thousand two
hundred fifty dollars ($126,250.00) shall be expended to contract with the
aging and disability resource center for services through June 30, 2009,
including providing training for senior center personnel statewide in



                                      34
advising people on alternatives to nursing home admission.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ALDEN

HB0001H2025/ADOPTED
                                BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   072.       Retirement System
                               (Administration)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 38-line 4          After "Administration" insert "1."; Under OTHER FUNDS
                        increase amount by "366,000".
Page 38-line 12         Increase Full Time positions by "1".
Page 38-After line 15   Insert:
"1.   Of this other funds appropriation, three hundred sixty-six thousand
dollars ($366,000.00) shall only be expended by the Wyoming retirement board
for recruitment and hiring of a chief investment officer to provide
investment expertise and oversight of the pension portfolio for the board.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LANDON, SLATER

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Diercks,
Edwards, Hallinan, Lockhart, Lubnau, Mercer, Miller, Quarberg, Semlek,
Shepperson, Teeters and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 43    Nays 16    Excused 1     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

HB0001H2026/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Section 080. Department of Corrections
                            (Corrections Operations)
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 39–line 5           After "Operations" insert "2.".
Page 39-After line 29           Insert:
"2.   Of this general fund appropriation three million two hundred thousand
dollars ($3,200,000.00) shall only be expended by the department for a secure
residential substance abuse treatment facility for the fiscal period
beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2010.       Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, this appropriation shall not be transferred, obligated or
expended for any other purpose. This appropriation shall not be included in
the department of corrections' 2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SHEPPERSON, STUBSON

HB0001H2027/FAILED
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   057.   Community College Commission
                                (Public Television)
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Page   33-line 15         After "1." insert ", 2."; Under GENERAL FUND increase
                          amount by "904,000".
Page   33-line 24         Delete "one million five hundred thousand dollars"
                          insert "two million dollars ($2,000,000.00)".
Page   33-line 25         Delete "($1,500,000.00)".
Page   33-after line 25   Insert:



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"2. Of this general fund appropriation, four hundred four thousand dollars
($404,000.00) shall only be expended for the purchase of digital equipment
for remote high definition broadcasting.     This appropriation shall not be
included in the commission's 2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. MILLER, GOGGLES, HAMMONS, MCOMIE

HB0001H2028/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):        Section 048. Department of Health
                                (Mental Health)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 21         After "3." insert ", 7., 8."; Under GENERAL FUND
                        increase amount by "700,000".
Page 29-After line 24   Insert:
"7.    Of this general fund appropriation, up to three million dollars
($3,000,000.00) may be used by the department to fund the existing crisis
stabilization program and expansion of the program in the mental health and
substance abuse division and to fund additional treatment beds for women.
The department is authorized to pursue state plan amendments and waivers to
the equality care program (Medicaid) to cover mental health and substance
abuse services and appropriate provider contract amendments to account for
the increase in the equality care claims.
8.   Of this federal fund appropriation, up to four million four hundred
thousand dollars ($4,400,000.00) may be used by the department to fund crisis
stabilization in additional regions.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. GINGERY, IEKEL, LANDON, WARREN

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Craft,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Landon, Lubnau, Martin,
Millin, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Childers, Cohee,
Diercks, Edwards, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Madden,
McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek,
Shepperson, Stubson and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 34    Nays 25    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2029/ADOPTED
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Addition to 300 Sections
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Page 115-line 12          After "186" insert ", Section 2(f) as created in
                          section 323 of this act".
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                          necessary:
                     "[CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY-APPROPRIATIONS]
Section 323.
      (a) There is appropriated from the clean coal research account created
by W.S. 39-14-802 one million eight hundred twenty-two thousand four hundred
eighty-one dollars ($1,822,481.00) that shall only be expended to fund the
research projects which were recommended by the clean coal research task
force to the joint minerals, business and economic development interim
committee as provided under 2007 Wyoming Session Laws, Chapter 186, Section
2(c).   None of the appropriation for a project shall be expended until the
full matching amount specified for that project has been received by the
University. The projects and dollar amounts are as follows:



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                                                        Outside
Name of          Submitted   Funding                     Match       Total        Technology
Proposal             By      Request        Match        Source      Funds           Areas
Pre-             Western      $399,981     $399,981   Department     $799,962   Pre-
Gasification     Research                             of Energy,                combustion/
Treatment of     Institute                            National                  pre-
PRB Coals for                                         Energy                    gasification
Improved                                              Technology                technologies
Advanced                                              Lab
Clean Coal
Gasifier
Design
Capture &        Universit     $485,000    $487,115   Jim            $972,115   Carbon
Mineralization   y of                                 Bridger                   capture and
of Carbon        Wyoming,                             Power                     sequestration
Dioxide from     Departmen                            Plant                     technologies
Coal             t of
Combustion       Renewable
Flue Gas         Resources
Emissions:
Pilot Scale
Studies
Carbon           Super-        $375,000    $375,000   PacifiCorp     $750,000   Carbon
Capture from     critical                             Energy                    capture and
Coal Flue Gas    Fluids,                              EPRI                      sequestration
on               Inc.,                                Super-                    technologies
Carbonaceous     Laramie,                             critical
Sorbents         WY.                                  Fluids,
                                                      Inc.
Novel Fixed-     Emery         $562,500    $562,549   Emery        $1,124,049   Combustion
Bed Gasifier     Energy                               Energy Co.                and
for Wyoming      Company,                             WRI                       gasification
Coals            Salt Lake                                                      design
                 City, UT.                                                      technologies
                             $1,822,481   $1,824,64                $3,647,126
                                          5

      (b) 2007 Wyoming Session Laws, Chapter 186, Section 2(c), (e) and by
creating a new subsection (f) and Section 3(b) are amended to read:
            Section 2.
            (c) The task force shall issue a report to the governor and
      the joint minerals, business and economic development interim
      committee no later than September 30, 2007 September 30, 2008 and
      2009 including, but not limited to, recommendations regarding
      funding   specific  proposals   for  research   into   clean  coal
      technologies in Wyoming.
            (e) The task force shall exist until September 30, 2008 June
      30, 2010. Members of the task force who are not legislators shall
      not receive a salary but shall receive reimbursement for necessary
      travel and per diem expenses in the manner and amount provided for
      state employees under W.S. 9-3-102 and 9-3-103. Members of the
      task force who are legislators shall be paid salary, per diem and
      travel expenses as provided in W.S. 28-5-101 for their official
      duties as members of the task force.
            (f) If paragraph (a)(vii) of section 321 of this bill is
      enacted into law, the clean coal task force may award funding
      provided under that paragraph to proposals for clean coal after
      submitting the task force's recommendations to the joint minerals,
      business and economic development interim committee for review and
      comment.
            Section 3.
            (b) There is appropriated two million five hundred thousand
      dollars ($2,500,000.00) from the general fund to a separate
      account for the purpose of clean coal technology research. Funds


                                            37
      deposited in the account shall not be expended until a dollar for
      dollar match has been provided from nonstate funds, and only upon
      appropriation by the legislature. Notwithstanding W.S. 9-2-1008 or
      9-4-207, unexpended funds shall revert on June 30, 2009 June 30,
      2010.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LOCKHART, SIMPSON

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Diercks and Dockstader
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel and Martin
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2030/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 048.      Department of Health.
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 28-line 28         Delete "to establish a pilot" insert "for a".
Page 28-line 29         After "5A" insert "and one hundred fifty-eight
                        thousand four hundred seven dollars ($158,407.00)
                        shall only be expended for a family treatment court
                        in Judicial District 9B."; delete balance of the
                        line.
Page 28-lines 30 and 31 Delete entirely. GINGERY

HB0001H2031/FAILED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]
                      [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
Budget(s): Section 320. [COUNTY BLOCK ALLOCATIONS - CAPITAL PROJECTS]
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 113-line 17       After "used." insert "The funds shall only be used
                       for county, municipal, or joint projects between the
                       county and one (1) or more municipalities.". GINGERY

HB0001H2032/ADOPTED  (CORRECTED COPY)
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Addition to 300 Sections
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
                            "[RAILROAD QUIET ZONES]
      Section 323.
      (a) The Wyoming transportation commission shall administer a program,
in conformity with the standards prescribed in 49 C.F.R. 222, for the
establishment of quiet zones or the installation of wayside horns to minimize
the sounding of locomotive horns in populated areas.
      (b) Funds appropriated by the legislature for the program created by
this section shall be maintained in a subaccount within the account
established pursuant to W.S. 37-10-101 and shall be used only for the quiet
zone and wayside horn program, but may be combined with other state and
federal funds when a quiet zone or wayside horn is included as one of the
safety devices to be installed in a grade crossing improvement project.
      (c) The commission shall establish a priority rating system for the



                                     38
establishment of quiet zones or the installation of wayside horns at grade
crossings, giving due consideration from the applications or evidence before
the commission to safety, the population density in the area where locomotive
horns must be sounded before grade crossings, the number and scheduling of
trains using the affected grade crossing, anticipated increases in population
and rail traffic volume, the cost effectiveness of required improvements and
other factors deemed relevant by the commission.
      (d) Except as provided in this section, expenditures from the wayside
horn subaccount shall be subject to the provisions of Wyoming statutes, title
37, chapter 10.
      (e) The department of transportation shall annually report to the
joint transportation, highways and military affairs interim committee by
October 1, 2008 and 2009 regarding the expenditure of funds from the
subaccount created by this section, the number of quiet zones established and
wayside horns installed and the status of the priority list and schedule for
future quiet zone establishment and wayside horn installations.
      (f) There is appropriated one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) from the
general fund to the subaccount created by this section.     This appropriation
shall be for the period beginning with the effective date of this section and
ending June 30, 2010.    This appropriation shall only be expended for the
purpose of the quiet zone and wayside horn program established by this
section.   Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation
shall not be transferred or expended for any other purpose and any
unexpended, unobligated funds remaining from this appropriation shall revert
as provided by law on June 30, 2010.
      (g) The department of transportation shall report annual expenditures
made pursuant to subsection (a) of this section to the state treasurer on
June 30, 2009 and 2010.     Upon receiving the reports, the state treasurer
shall transfer from funds available in the abandoned mine land funds reserve
account to the general fund an amount equal to the amounts of the expenditure
reported.
      (h) The department of transportation shall include a request for funds
in its 2011-2012 budget request to continue funding for the quiet zone and
wayside horn program at levels provided under this section from funds
deposited in the abandoned mine land funds reserve account.
      (j)   This section shall not be effective if 2008 House Bill 108 is
enacted into law.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BUCHANAN

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Illoway, Jaggi,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Berger, Brechtel, Cohee, Gilmore, Harshman, Harvey,
Jones, Jorgensen, McOmie, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Shepperson,
Simpson, Stubson, Warren and White
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 41    Nays 18    Excused 1     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

HB0001H2033/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   317. [CARRYOVER OF SCHOOL OF UW SCHOOL OF ENERGY
                          RESOURCES]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 99-After line 2    Insert:
      "(d) Notwithstanding W.S. 9-2-1008, 9-2-1012(e) and 9-4-207(a) an
amount not to exceed two million twenty thousand one hundred seventy-seven



                                     39
dollars ($2,020,177.00) of unexpended unobligated monies appropriated from
the general fund to the University of Wyoming in 2006 Wyoming Session Laws,
Chapter 69, Section 2 for the school of energy resources shall not revert on
June 30, 2008, and are hereby appropriated to the University of Wyoming for
the school of energy resources for the period beginning July 1, 2008 and
ending June 30, 2010.".
To the extent required by this amendment:    adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LOCKHART, SIMPSON

HB0001H2034/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   085. Wyoming Business Council
                        (Wyoming Business Council)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 40-line 18         After "Council" insert "1."; under GENERAL FUND
                        increase amount by "230,600".
Page 40-After line 29   Insert:
"1.   Two hundred thirty thousand six hundred dollars ($230,600.00) of this
general fund appropriation shall only be expended for the purpose of
supporting the council's regional offices.        Of this two hundred thirty
thousand six hundred dollar ($230,600.00) general fund appropriation, fifty-
two thousand dollars ($52,000.00) shall not be included in the council's
2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. QUARBERG

HB0001H2035/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 001. Governor's Office
                           (Health Care Commission)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 6-line 10          Under GENERAL FUND increase amount by "567,147".
Page 6-line 26          After "2." insert "One-half (1/2) of".
Page 6-line 27          After "2009." delete balance of the line.
Page 6-lines 28 and 29 Delete entirely and insert:
"The remainder of this general fund appropriation shall only be expended for
the period commencing July 1, 2009 and ending June 30, 2010 and shall only be
expended if the health care commission's sunset contained in W.S. 9-2-2804 is
extended by legislative action prior to June 30, 2009. None of this general
fund appropriation shall be transferred or expended for any other purpose.
If the health care commission's sunset is not extended, any unexpended,
unobligated funds remaining from this appropriation on June 30, 2009 shall
revert pursuant to law. If the health care commission's sunset is extended
by legislative action, any unexpended, unobligated funds remaining from this
appropriation on June 30, 2010 shall revert pursuant to law.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. STEWARD, LANDON, WARREN

HB0001H2036/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Health Care Financing)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 14   After "4." insert ", 7.".
Page 29-after line 24   Insert:
"7. Funds within this appropriation shall be used as necessary to reimburse
services authorized under the Medicaid program involving the delivery of a
child, including prenatal and postpartum care related to the delivery, at
ninety percent (90%) of the statewide average of the physician's specialty
for the services provided as of July 1, 2008, not to exceed one hundred
percent (100%) of the provider's usual and customary billed charges.   This



                                     40
reimbursement rate shall apply if the service was rendered during the period
commencing July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2010.    To be eligible for the
increased reimbursement rate provided by this footnote, a provider shall
offer to the patient or refer the patient to prenatal health programs
developed by the department of health and identified for this purpose by the
department in its rules and regulations.".
To the extent required by this amendment:    adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LANDON, HARVEY, IEKEL

HB0001H2037/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   067.       University of Wyoming
                               (State Aid)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 36-line 4          After "Aid" insert "1.".
Page 36-After line 12   Insert:
"1. Of this general fund appropriation, twenty-five thousand dollars
($25,000.00) shall be expended for the development of a continuing education
video which includes all energy resources. The video shall follow the state
portion of the energy resource from the production, capture or severance of
each energy resource to the state. The video shall be produced by the school
of energy resources in cooperation with the department of revenue, the
Wyoming business council and appropriate industry representatives. The video
shall be made available to be shown to all state employees and available for
the orientation of each new state employee. The department of revenue shall
ensure the accuracy of the energy resource revenues to the state.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. MARTIN

HB0001H2038/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   024.             Department of State Parks and Cultural
                              Resources
                              (Cultural Resources)
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 17-line 12        Under GENERAL FUND increase amount by "25,000".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY

HB0001H2039/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):              Office State Lands and Investments
                     060.
                                   (Forestry)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 34-line 8          After "Forestry" insert "2."; under GENERAL FUND
                        increase amount by "100,000".
Page 34-After line 24   Insert:
"2.    Of this general fund appropriation, one hundred thousand dollars
($100,000.00) shall only be expended to combat the effects of bark beetle
damage throughout Wyoming.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LOCKHART

HB0001H2040/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                  (D.A.R.E. Program Grants)
                  * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and
                              renumber as necessary:
         "[DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION (D.A.R.E.) PROGRAM GRANTS]



                                      41
      Section 323.
      (a) There is created the drug abuse resistance education program grant
account.
      (b) The department of health, substance abuse division, shall approve
criteria for grant applications by municipalities, through rules and
regulations promulgated by the department, to meet the following public
purposes:
            (i) To pay for training of municipal police officers as drug
abuse resistance education program teachers;
            (ii) To pay for materials necessary for the training of
municipal police officers as drug abuse resistance education program
teachers;
            (iii) To pay for any other costs of administering and providing
drug abuse resistance education officer training within their communities.
      (c) From the funds available in the drug abuse resistance education
program grant account, the department of health, substance abuse division may
award grants to municipalities in this state to support the purposes
specified in subsection (b) of this section and using the following criteria:
            (i) Consideration of the number of people served by the drug
abuse resistance education program;
            (ii) Consideration of the cost to implement the drug abuse
resistance education officer training program;
            (iii) The availability of other funding sources.
      (d) The    department  of   health,  substance   abuse  division   shall
promulgate reasonable rules and regulations in accordance with the Wyoming
Administrative Procedure Act to implement the grant program and to review and
monitor the expenditure of monies awarded as provided in subsection (b) of
this section.
      (e) Seventy thousand dollars ($70,000.00) is appropriated for the
period beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2010 from the tobacco
settlement trust income account to the drug abuse resistance education
program grant account for purposes of funding grants under this section.
This appropriation shall not be included in the department's 2011-2012
standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. QUARBERG

HB0001H2041/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   320. [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 113-After line 27 Insert:
      "(m) Every local government receiving distributions under this section
shall by July 1, 2009 and July 1, 2010 make available a report documenting
how all funds received pursuant to this section have been spent or encumbered
in the previous fiscal year.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. QUARBERG, EDMONDS, TEETERS

HB0001H2042/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   024. State Parks & Cultural Resources
                        (State Parks & Historic Sites)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 17-line 14         After   "Sites"   insert  "3."; under   GENERAL  FUND
                        increase amount by "100,000".
Page 17-after line 30   Insert:
"3.    Of this general fund appropriation, one hundred thousand dollars
($100,000.00) shall only be expended for professional consultative services
to determine the need for a Wyoming veteran's museum, and provide basic data
on available museum and archives collections, interpretation needs, community



                                     42
 and service organization involvement, building and location assessments or
 recommendations in addition to the vision, mission, location, facility,
 oversight, management, partners and alternatives concerning the need and
 function for a Wyoming veteran's museum.".
 To the extent required by this amendment:   adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. CHILDERS

HB0001H2043/FAILED       (CORRECTED COPY)
                                    [BUDGET AFFECTED]
                                 [Capital Construction]
Budget(s):                   Section 057. Community College Commission
                                        * * * * * * * * * *
Page 74-After line 23         Insert:
                                 GENERAL      FEDERAL          OTHER            TOTAL
     APPROPRIATION                FUND         FUND            FUNDS         APPROPRIATION
         FOR                   $           $               $               $
" Section 057. Community College Commission
PROGRAM
CWC–72 Bed Housing Facility                                   8,118,000 PR   8,118,000
LCCC–Res Hall/Dining Fac/Kitchen                            23,490,000 PR  23,490,000
NWCC–Simpson Hall Addition                                    5,546,000 PR  5,546,000
NWCCD Gillette College–Residence Hall                        10,455,699 PR 10,455,699
WWCC–Residence Hall                                           8,869,000 PR  8,869,000
WWCC–Residence Hall                                         13,250,000 PR  13,250,000
NWCCD Sheridan College-Residence Hall                        10,057,000 PR 10,057,000
                               _____________ _____________ _____________ ____________

    TOTALS                                                    79,785,699     9,785,699".
To the extent required by this amendment:                adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LUBNAU

HB0001H2044/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):           Western Interstate Commission for Higher
                  069.                                           Education
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 36-line 18         Delete "1.".
Page 36-lines 27 through 30    Delete entirely.
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. STUBSON, HAMMONS, IEKEL, STEWARD

HB0001H2045/FAILED
                                   [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):    314.    [RETIREMENT STUDY]
                                  * * * * * * * * * *
Page 93-line 7              Delete "treasurer" insert "auditor".
Page 93-line 10             Delete "treasurer" insert "auditor".
Page 94-line 1              Delete "treasurer" insert "auditor".             LANDON

HB0001H2046/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):                         [CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION]
                 Section 006. Administration & Information
                               (Ag – State Fair Cap Con)
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 73-line 11        Under GENERAL FUND increase amount by "500,000".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SAMUELSON, ILLOWAY

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Craft, Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer,
Dn.


                                                43
Nays:     Representative(s) Bagby, Brechtel, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Harshman, Harvey, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, McOmie, Mercer, Millin,
Quarberg, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 38    Nays 21    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0001H2047/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048. Department of Health
                         (Colorectal Cancer Screening)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 17         After "Sfty" insert "7."; under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "1,440,000".
Page 29-after line 24   Insert:
"7.   Of this general fund appropriation, one million four hundred forty
thousand dollars ($1,440,000.00) shall only be expended in the 600 series for
colorectal cancer screenings.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LANDON, HARVEY

HB0001H2048/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 205. Education – School Finance
                               (Education Reform)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 55-line 9          After    "Reform"   insert  "4.";  under  OTHER  FUNDS
                        increase amount by "75,000S5".
Page 55-After line 27   Insert:
"4.   Of this appropriation, seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000.00) shall
be expended by the department of education to study the feasibility of
implementing a growth model system of student assessment to meet the
requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. On or before
October 1, 2008, the department shall report study results to the joint
education interim committee. The appropriation specified under this footnote
shall be for the period beginning effective immediately, and shall lapse on
June 30, 2009.    Expenditure of this appropriation shall be for an at-will
employee position in accordance with W.S. 9-2-1022(a)(xi)(F) to conduct the
necessary analysis required under this footnote.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. THRONE, CRAFT

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Cohee, Craft, Diercks,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Harshman, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Samuelson,
Semlek, Simpson, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 30    Nays 29    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2049/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
                            [CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION]
Budget(s): 006. Administration & Information
                         (Fire Prevention-Training Facilities)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 73-After line 19   Insert:
"Fire Prevention-Training Facilities; under GENERAL FUND increase amount by



                                     44
                       "1,796,205".
To the extent required by this amendment:    adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BROWN, LUBNAU

HB0001H2050/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):              Administration & Information
                     006.
                           (Information Technology)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 10-line 15         After "Information Technology" insert "1."; under
                        GENERAL FUND increase amount by "317,858".
Page 10-After line 25   Insert:
      "1.    Of this general fund appropriation, three hundred seventeen
thousand eight hundred fifty-eight dollars ($317,858.00) shall only be
expended for the purpose of purchasing computer hardware and software and
other support and contractual services necessary to provide geographical
information system (GIS) support for the state's implementation of the
federal bureau of the census 2010 decennial census and subsequent legislative
redistricting plan. The department is authorized one (1) at-will employment
contract if necessary to provide support for this project. These funds shall
not be transferred or expended for any other purpose and any unexpended,
unobligated funds remaining from this three hundred seventeen thousand eight
hundred fifty-eight dollar ($317,858.00) appropriation on June 30, 2012 shall
revert pursuant to law.     Funds subject to this footnote are appropriated
effective immediately."
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee,
Craft, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie,
Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi,
Jones, Madden, Olsen, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Teeters,
Thompson, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 36    Nays 24    Excused 0     Absent 0 Conflicts 0

HB0001H2051/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
                          "[STATE EMPLOYEE ATTRITION]
      Section 323.
During the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2010, in any agency with a
total of sixty (60) or more authorized full or part-time permanent positions,
if any permanent position, other than a corrections officer or peace officer
position, as defined in W.S. 6-1-104(a)(vi), becomes vacant the agency shall
eliminate that position or a corresponding full or part-time position until
two percent (2%) of the agency's authorized permanent positions as of July 1,
2008 have been eliminated.        No position eliminated pursuant to this
subsection shall appear in the agency's standard or exception budget requests
for any period until after June 30, 2010. Position elimination pursuant to
this section shall not require layoffs due to reduction in force as defined
in W.S. 9-3-105(a) and funds appropriated for such positions shall revert to
the fund from which they were appropriated and shall not be transferred or
used for any other purpose. For purposes of this section "agency" means any



                                     45
executive branch agency excluding the University of Wyoming and community
colleges.". HARSHMAN, MERCER, SAMUELSON, ZWONITZER, DN.

HB0001H2052/FAILED
                          [MULTIPLE BUDGETS AFFECTED]
Section Under Consideration:
      Section:          039. Wildlife/Natural Resources Trust
Other Budget(s) Affected:
      Section:          Addition to 300 Sections
      * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 23-line 6          Under GENERAL FUND decrease amount by "2,500,000".
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
                            "[TRAUMA CARE SERVICES]
      Section 323. If 2008 House Bill 0082 is enacted into law, there is
appropriated from the general fund two million five hundred thousand dollars
($2,500,000.00) to the wildlife and natural resources trust account created
under W.S. 9-15-103(a).      Otherwise, the amount appropriated under this
section shall be appropriated to the department of health and shall only be
expended for reimbursements to hospitals or ambulance services for trauma
care services.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. STUBSON, LOCKHART

HB0001H2053/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section. 321 [AML FUNDING]
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 114-lines 14 and 15              Delete entirely and insert:
            "(i)   Twenty-five million four hundred ten thousand one hundred
thirty-one dollars ($25,410,131.00) for abandoned coal mine reclamation;".
Page 115-line 12         Delete "." insert ";".
Page 115-After line 12 Insert:
            "(viii)       Four    million    five   hundred   thousand  dollars
($4,500,000.00) for phase 1 of the Bitter creek cleanup project.".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. MARTIN, BLAKE, CRAFT, GINGERY

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel
K., Gingery, goggles, Harshman, Hammons, Jaggi, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis and Zwonitzer Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s)    Anderson R., Berger, Brechtel, Gilmore, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Illoway, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Mercer, Olsen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Steward, Warren, White and Zwonitzer
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 37    Nays 22    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H2054/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 3. Capital Construction
                  Section 027. School Facilities Commission
                         (School Capital Construction)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 74-line 14         After "2." insert "(a)".
Page 74-line 15         Delete "to the school foundation program account"
                        insert "those".
Page 74-line 18         After "2007" insert "as follows:" and delete balance



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                        of line.
Page 74-line 19         Delete and insert:
            "(i) One hundred million dollars ($100,000,000.00) to the
following funds at the specified levels:
                  (A) Seventy-nine percent (79%) to the Hathaway student
scholarship fund created by W.S. 9-4-204(u)(vii);
                  (B) Twenty-one percent (21%) to the higher education
endowment fund created under W.S. 9-4-204(u)(vi).
            (ii) After amounts are deposited to the appropriate fund under
subparagraphs (A) and (B) of paragraph (i) of this footnote, any remaining
funds shall be deposited into the school foundation program account.
Transfers under this footnote into the school foundation program account
shall not exceed one hundred seventy-one million forty-three thousand nine
hundred nine dollars ($171,043,909.00).".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. HARSHMAN

HB0001H2055/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
          "[COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMISSION – WIND ENERGY PROGRAM LOAN]
      Section 323.
There is appropriated one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) from the general
fund to the community college commission to be loaned to Laramie county
community college for the support of the wind energy program.      These funds
shall not be distributed to the college by the commission until the college
has received one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) in matching funds from non-
state sources.   Monies loaned to the college under this section shall be
interest free and repaid to the general fund from non-state sources not later
than June 30, 2018.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ZWONITZER, DN., DAVISON, JAGGI, MILLIN

HB0001H2056/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 039. Wildlife/Natural Resources Trust
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 23-line 8          After "TOTALS" insert "2.".
Page 23-After line 16   Insert:
"2.    For the period commencing with the effective date of this section
through June 30, 2010, no project shall be funded by the Wyoming wildlife and
natural resource trust account board unless the board first finds that a
scientific basis supports the desired project outcomes and meets the
requirements of W.S. 9-15-101 through 9-15-107.     Citations in support of a
scientific basis finding shall be provided by the proposed project sponsor
prior to or at the time the project is reviewed by the board.".        SEMLEK,
MADDEN

HB0001H2057/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): 024. Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources
                             (Cultural Resources)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 17-line 12         After "1." delete ", 2."
Page 17-lines 28 through 30    Delete entirely.
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BERGER




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HB0001H2058/ADOPTED
                            [MULTIPLE BUDGETS AFFECTED]
Section Under Consideration:
                               [CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION]
      Section:     067. University of Wyoming
                           (Cap Con – College of Business)
Other Budget(s) Affected:
      Section:     Addition to 300 Sections
      * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Page 75-line 5           Under GENERAL FUND decrease amount by "771,210".
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                         necessary:
                          "[FACULTY ENDOWMENT DECREASE]
      Section 323.     2006 Session Laws, Chapter 45, Section 1(c)(intro) and
(ii) is amended to read:
            (c) There is appropriated from the common school permanent
      fund reserve account created by W.S. 9-4-713(f) a total of four
      million two hundred thousand dollars ($4,200,000.00) three million
      two hundred thousand dollars ($3,200,000.00) to be distributed as
      specified in this subsection to permit the community colleges and
      the University of Wyoming to begin to implement the plan for the
      excellence in higher education endowment as submitted by the
      excellence in higher education endowment committee on October 1,
      2005, during the biennium commencing July 1, 2006. The purpose of
      this appropriation is to permit the community colleges and
      university to implement the plan during the first two (2) years of
      a three (3) year phase-in period. Of this appropriation:
                  (ii) Two million eight hundred thousand dollars
      ($2,800,000.00) One million eight hundred thousand dollars
      ($1,800,000.00) shall be distributed to the University of Wyoming
      and shall be expended exclusively for the purposes specified in
      W.S. 21-16-1202(b).".
       [UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING SCHOOL OF ENERGY RESOURCES APPROPRIATION]
      Section 324.
      (a) There is appropriated:
            (i) Seven hundred seventy-one thousand two hundred ten dollars
($771,210.00) from the general fund to the university of Wyoming school of
energy resources to be expended for the advancement of uranium energy
resources and nuclear power with an emphasis on advancing uranium in situ
recovery;
            (ii) One million dollars ($1,000,000.00) from the common school
permanent fund reserve account created by W.S. 9-4-713(f) to the university
of Wyoming school of energy resources to be expended for the advancement of
uranium energy resources and nuclear power with an emphasis on advancing
uranium in situ recovery.".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. EDWARDS, HARSHMAN

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Berger, Brechtel, Diercks, Gilmore, Hales, Hammons,
Harvey, Jorgensen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Steward, Throne, Wallis and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 44    Nays 15    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading


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HB0001H3001/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 205. Education – School Finance
                               (Education Reform)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Delete the Throne et al., second reading amendment (HB0001H2048/A).
Further amend as follows:
Page 55-line 9          After "Reform" insert "4."
Page 55-After line 27   Insert:
"4. The department of education shall study the feasibility of implementing
a growth model system of student assessment to meet the requirements of the
federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. On or before October 1, 2008, the
department shall report study results to the joint education interim
committee."
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BUCHANAN, HARSHMAN, TEETERS

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne,   Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Childers and Philp
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excused 2    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

HB0001H3002/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   057. Community College Commission
                              (Public Television)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 33-line 15         After "1." insert ", 2."; Under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "404,000".
Page 33-after line 25   Insert:
"2. Of this general fund appropriation, four hundred four thousand dollars
($404,000.00) shall only be expended for the purchase of digital equipment
for remote high definition broadcasting.     This appropriation shall not be
included in the commission's 2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. MILLER, BERGER, GOGGLES, HAMMONS

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Craft, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jorgensen,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Philp, Shepperson, Slater, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis and Warren
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Gingery,
Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 26    Nays 32    Excused 2     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

HB0001H3003/FAILED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]



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Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Health Care Financing)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 14         After "4." insert ", 7."; Under GENERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "1,000,000"; Under FEDERAL FUND increase
                        amount by "1,000,000".
Page 29-After line 24   Insert:
"7. Of this general fund appropriation, one million dollars ($1,000,000.00),
and of this federal fund appropriation, one million dollars ($1,000,000.00),
shall only be expended for health care financing of the developmentally
delayed children's waiver to reduce the number of children on the
developmentally delayed waiver waiting list.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. GINGERY, HARVEY, STEWARD

HB0001H3004/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   072.       Retirement System
                                (Administration)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 38-line 4          After "Administration" insert "1."; Under OTHER FUNDS
                        increase amount by "50,000PF".
Page 38-After line 14   Insert:
"1. Of this other funds appropriation not more than fifty thousand dollars
($50,000.00) shall only be expended by the Wyoming retirement board to
conduct a feasibility study of the establishment of a deferred retirement
option plan for each of the statutorily defined benefit programs administered
by the board. The study shall include an analysis of the actuarial impact of
such plans on the Wyoming retirement system, including expected benefits and
potential problems, together with plan design, federal qualification issues
and an analysis of the administrative oversight implications of such plans.
The board may use funds under this footnote to contract for required
actuarial expertise.   The board shall report its findings in writing to the
joint appropriations interim committee no later than December 1, 2008.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY, MCOMIE, MILLIN

HB0001H3005/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  317. [CARRYOVER APPROPRIATIONS]
            [CARRYOVER OF SCHOOL OF UW SCHOOL OF ENERGY RESOURCES]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 99-After line 2    Insert:
      "(d) Notwithstanding W.S. 9-2-1008, 9-2-1012(e) and 9-4-207(a) an
amount not to exceed two million twenty thousand one hundred seventy-seven
dollars ($2,020,177.00) of unexpended, unobligated monies appropriated from
the general fund to the University of Wyoming in 2006 Wyoming Session Laws,
Chapter 69, Section 2 for the school of energy resources shall not revert on
June 30, 2008, and are hereby appropriated to the University of Wyoming for
the school of energy resources for the period beginning July 1, 2008 and
ending June 30, 2010.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LOCKHART, SIMPSON

HB0001H3006/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]
                      [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
Budget(s): Section 320. [COUNTY BLOCK ALLOCATIONS - CAPITAL PROJECTS]
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 113-line 13       After "projects" insert "including capital projects
                       constructed by special districts". GINGERY



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HB0001H3007/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 316.[GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM TRANSFER]
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 95-line 12        After "between" delete "a" insert "the office".
Page 95-line 13        Delete "county".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. THRONE, PHILP

HB0001H3008/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
            "[REAUTHORIZATION OF WILDLIFE TRUST CHALLENGE ACCOUNT]
      Section 323.
      (a) The Wyoming wildlife trust challenge account created by 2006
Wyoming Session Laws Chapter 35, Section 320 is continued.     Any unexpended,
unobligated monies appropriated from the general fund to the account by 2006
Wyoming Session Laws Chapter 35, Section 320 shall not revert on June 30,
2008 and shall remain in the account for the purpose of providing a state
match pursuant to subsections (c) through (e) of this section.     Unexpended,
unobligated monies in the account on June 30, 2010 shall revert as provided
by law. The state treasurer shall invest monies within the account and shall
deposit the earnings from investments to the general fund.
      (b) To the extent funds are available in the wildlife trust challenge
account, the state treasurer shall match gifts actually received during the
donation period provided in this subsection by the Wyoming wildlife and
natural resource trust account board.      A match shall be paid under this
section by the state treasurer following any accumulated gift amounts
actually received by the Wyoming wildlife and natural resource trust account
board in a total of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or more.       The match
shall be made by transferring from the wildlife trust challenge account to
the Wyoming wildlife and natural resource trust account created by W.S.
9-15-103(a) an amount equal to the accumulated amount of the gift. The match
applies to gifts received during the donation period commencing July 1, 2006
and ending June 30, 2010.
      (c) The state treasurer shall make transfers to the Wyoming wildlife
and natural resource trust account created by W.S. 9-15-103(a) not later than
the end of the calendar quarter following the quarter during which gifts
total at least five thousand dollars ($5,000.00). If gifts are made through
a series of payments or transfers, no matching funds shall be transferred
under this section until the total value of all payments or transfers
actually received totals at least five thousand dollars ($5,000.00).
      (d) Matching funds paid under this section shall not be distributed to
or encumbered by the board in excess of the amount in the wildlife challenge
account and shall not be transferred to the Wyoming wildlife and natural
resource trust account by the state treasurer except to match gifts actually
received by the board.
      (e) For the purpose of computing the matching amount, the state
treasurer shall use the value of a gift based upon its fair market value at
the time the gift is received by the board. The board shall provide evidence
of fair market value for any gift if requested by the state treasurer and
shall fund the cost of providing any requested evidence.
      (f) This section is effective immediately.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP, COHEE

HB0001H3009/ADOPTED
                              [BUDGET AFFECTED]


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Budget(s):  Section 317. [CARRYOVER APPROPRIATIONS]
            [CARRYOVER OF STATE FAIR CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION FUNDING]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 98-lines 8 through 18     Delete entirely.
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. PHILP

HB0001H3010/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):        Section 300. (BUDGET BALANCERS -TRANSFERS)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 77-after line 7    Insert:
      "(d) Notwithstanding W.S. 9-4-713(b), for the fiscal year ending June
30, 2008, only funds within the permanent Wyoming mineral trust fund reserve
account in excess of two hundred million dollars ($200,000,000.00) shall be
credited to the permanent Wyoming mineral trust fund from that account. This
subsection is effective immediately.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. THRONE, MARTIN, MCOMIE

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Martin, Meyer, Thompson,
Throne and Warren
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery,
Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan, Iekel and Simpson
Ayes 15    Nays 42    Excused 3     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

HB0001H3011/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   080. Department of Corrections
                  (Corrections Operations)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 39-After line 29   In the Shepperson, et al., second reading amendment
                        (HB0001H2026/AC)    to    this    line   delete  "This
                        appropriation shall not be included in the department
                        of corrections' 2011-2012 standard biennial budget
                        request." and insert "Funds allocated under this
                        footnote may be included in the department of
                        corrections'   2011-2012    standard   biennial budget
                        request for purposes other than a secure residential
                        substance abuse treatment facility.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SHEPPERSON, STUBSON

HB0001H3012/ADOPTED  (CORRECTED COPY)
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Addition to 300 Sections
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
                       "[PERSONAL SERVICES - TRANSFERS]
      Section 323.   Nonfederal fund appropriations for 100 series personal
services contained in this act shall not be transferred to any other series
or expended for any purpose other than personal services.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as



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necessary.    HARSHMAN, JONES, LUBNAU, SEMLEK

HB0001H3013/ADOPTED  (CORRECTED COPY)
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): 045.         Department of Transportation
                               (GF Appropriation to Commission)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 26-line 14         After "2." insert ", 3.".
Page 27-after line 3    Insert:
"3. Prior to the allocation of this general fund appropriation for the fiscal
year 2010, each district engineer shall consult with the county commissioners
in the engineer's district to prioritize projects to be funded through this
appropriation for that fiscal year.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BERGER, COHEE, MEYER, PHILP

HB0001H3015/ADOPTED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   048.       Department of Health
                               (Health Care Financing)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 27-line 14         After "4." insert ", 7.".
Page 29-after line 24   Insert:
"7. Funds within this appropriation shall be used as necessary to reimburse
services authorized under the Medicaid program involving the delivery of a
child, including prenatal and postpartum care related to the delivery, at
ninety percent (90%) of the statewide average of the physician's specialty
for the services provided as of July 1, 2008, not to exceed one hundred
percent (100%) of the provider's usual and customary billed charges.     This
reimbursement rate shall apply if the service was rendered during the period
commencing July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2010.      To be eligible for the
increased reimbursement rate provided by this footnote, a provider shall
offer to the patient or refer the patient to prenatal health programs
developed by the department of health and identified for this purpose by the
department in its rules and regulations.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. HARVEY, LANDON

HB0001H3016/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 3. Capital Construction
                  Section 027. School Facilities Commission
                         (School Capital Construction)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 74-line 14         After "2." insert "(a)".
Page 74-line 15         Delete "to the school foundation program account"
                        insert "those".
Page 74-line 18         After "2007" insert "as follows:" and delete balance
                        of line.
Page 74-line 19         Delete and insert:
            "(i) Fifty million dollars ($50,000,000.00) to the capitol
complex construction account;
            (ii) After amounts are deposited to the appropriate account
under paragraph (i) of this footnote, any remaining funds shall be deposited
into the school foundation program account.      Transfers under this footnote
into the school foundation program account shall not exceed two hundred
twenty-one   million   forty-three   thousand   nine    hundred  nine  dollars
($221,043,909.00).".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. ILLOWAY




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HB0001H3017/FAILED
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Section 303.      [EMPLOYEE BENEFITS]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 83-After line 20   Insert:
      "(h) There is appropriated from the general fund to the state auditor
one million thirty-three thousand three hundred thirty-three dollars
($1,033,333.00) for the period beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30,
2010 for the purpose of providing a state match of up to thirty dollars
($30.00) per month for the state deferred compensation plan for each
qualifying employee on a dollar for dollar basis.         To qualify for this
benefit, an employee shall contribute not less than twenty dollars ($20.00)
per month from his salary to the state deferred compensation plan.".
To the extent required by this amendment:       adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LANDON, ILLOWAY, MILLIN, SLATER

HB0001H3018/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   045. Department of Transportation
                           (GF Approp to Commission)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 26-line 14         After "Commission 2." insert ",3.".
Page 27-After line 3    Insert:
"3.    In expending this general fund appropriation, the Department of
Transportation shall review how a reduction in the speed limits on Wyoming's
highways to no more than sixty five (65) miles per hour during periods of
inclement weather and how increasing the presence and visibility of law
enforcement would promote public safety.". BERGER, COHEE, PHILP

HB0001H3019/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
                                [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Section 049. Department of Family Services
                                   (Assistance)
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 30-line 8           After "1." insert ", 2."
Page 30-After line 22    Insert:
"2.    Of this federal fund appropriation, forty-eight thousand dollars
($48,000.00) shall only be expended for the father factor program during the
fiscal period beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2009.". BRECHTEL,
MARTIN, WHITE, ZWONITZER, DN.

HB0001H3020/ADOPTED    (CORRECTED COPY)
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s): Addition to 300 Sections
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                          necessary:
                "[COMMUNITY COLLEGES – TASK FORCE PLANNING STUDY]
       Section 323.
       (a) There is created a community college planning task force to
consist of the following:
             (i) The chairman of the senate education committee and two (2)
additional members of the senate appointed by the president of the senate,
not more than one (1) of which shall be from the same political party. The
chairman, or another senate member designated by the chairman, shall serve as
cochairman of the task force;
             (ii) The chairman of the house education committee and two (2)
additional members of the house of representatives appointed by the speaker
of the house, not more than one (1) of which shall be from the same political
party.    The chairman, or another house member designated by the chairman,
shall serve as cochairman of the task force;



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            (iii)   Nine (9) members appointed by the governor as follows:
                   (A) Two (2) representatives of community colleges to
reflect academic and vocational missions of the colleges;
                   (B) One    (1)   member   representing    the   department of
workforce services;
                   (C) One (1) member representing the Wyoming travel,
recreation and tourism industry;
                   (D) One (1) representative of the Wyoming oil and gas
industry;
                   (E) One (1) representative of the Wyoming mining industry;
                   (F) One (1) representative of the small business community
in Wyoming;
                   (G) One (1) representative of the Wyoming health care
industry;
                   (H) One (1) representative of the public.
      (b) The task force shall review and evaluate the existing community
college system and in conjunction with the statewide college system strategic
plan required under 2008 House Bill 0017, if enacted into law, develop
recommendations to:
            (i)   Conduct a statewide study on the current capacity level of
the college system based upon established student population projections and
projected state academic and workforce needs and provide estimates on
recommended future capacity needs;
            (ii)    Create a system which evaluates and prioritizes community
college capital construction;
            (iii) Identify options for funding of community college capital
construction;
            (iv)    Allocate programming to meet the needs of students in the
most cost effective manner;
            (v)    Address the needs of industry in the development of a
trained and skilled workforce;
            (vi) Restructure the governance of the community college system
to provide for unified oversight and accountability;
            (vii) Explore a statewide community college system in respect to
governance, revenue generation and representation on the commission; and
            (viii)     Create a seamless educational system between k-12 to
post-secondary education.
      (c) Appointments shall be in sufficient time to enable the first
meeting of the task force to be held not later than May 1, 2008. Thereafter,
task force meetings shall be scheduled upon the call of the cochairmen.
      (d) The task force may retain consultants as necessary to fulfill it
duties under this section and shall administer contracts for consultants to
the legislature as approved by management council.        The management council
may expend funds appropriated under this section for contractual agreements
between the council, on behalf of the task force, and professional
consultants retained pursuant to this section.          The legislative service
office, with the assistance of the Wyoming community college commission,
shall staff the task force and state agencies shall provide information to
the task force as requested in order to fulfill its duties.
      (e) Legislative members of the task force shall receive compensation,
per diem and travel expenses in the manner and amount as prescribed by W.S.
28-5-101.   Remaining task force members who are not state employees shall
receive the per diem and mileage at the rate paid members of the Wyoming
legislature under W.S. 28-5-101 for each day of actual task force meetings
and travel to those meetings.
      (f) The task force shall report its findings and recommendations to
the joint appropriations interim committee and the joint education interim
committee by November 1, 2008.     The joint education interim committee shall
forward any legislation necessary to implement task force recommendations in
the 2009 legislative session.
      (g) One    hundred    thirty-five   thousand   dollars    ($135,000.00) is



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appropriated from the general fund to the legislative service office for the
period commencing on the effective date of this section and ending March 31,
2010, as necessary to fund the community college planning task force in
carrying out its duties under this section.
      (h) This section is effective immediately.
      (j) This section is repealed March 31, 2010.".
To the extent required by this amendment:    adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SIMPSON, COHEE, LUBNAU, MCOMIE

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Davison, Dockstader, Jaggi and Mercer
Excused: Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Iekel and Simpson
Ayes 51    Nays 5    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H3021/FAILED
                                  [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   314.    [RETIREMENT STUDY]
                                 * * * * * * * * * *
Page 93-line 7             Delete "treasurer" insert "auditor".
Page 93-line 10            Delete "The state treasurer" insert "In consultation
                           with the management audit committee, the Wyoming
                           retirement system board and the state treasurer, the
                           state auditor".
Page 93-line 12            Delete "provide" insert "include".
Page 94-line 1             Delete "treasurer" insert "auditor". LANDON, MCOMIE

HB0001H3022/ADOPTED
                            [MULTIPLE BUDGETS AFFECTED]
Section Under Consideration:
       Section: Addition to 300 Sections.
Other Budget(s) Affected:
       Section:     321. [AML FUNDING]
                            * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Delete the Martin et al., second reading amendment (HB0001H2053/A) entirely.
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                          necessary:
                         "[BITTER CREEK CLEAN-UP PROJECT]
       Section 323.
The department of environmental quality shall expend any unencumbered and
unobligated funds available from funds distributed to Wyoming from the
abandoned mine land program under W.S. 35-11-1201 through 35-11-1209 in an
amount    not   to   exceed   four   million  five   hundred   thousand dollars
($4,500,000.00) for phase 1 of the Bitter Creek clean-up project.         Funds
authorized under this section shall not revert until the project is
completed. This section is effective immediately.".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. LOCKHART, CRAFT, MARTIN, STEWARD

HB0001H3023/ADOPTED
                                  [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   001.         Governor's Office
                                 (Administration)
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Page 6-line 5             After "Administration" insert   "3.";   under   GENERAL



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                        FUND increase amount by "200,000".
Page 6-after line 29    Insert:
"3. Of this general fund appropriation, two hundred thousand dollars
($200,000.00) shall only be expended to contract for a comprehensive,
independent study of the state's emergency medical services system.       The
study shall identify recommendations for improvements, funding and enhanced
system coordination.    The contractor's final report shall be made to the
governor and the joint labor, health and social services interim committee by
November 1, 2008. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this
appropriation shall not be transferred or expended for any other purpose and
any unexpended, unobligated funds remaining from this appropriation shall
revert as provided by law on June 30, 2010. This appropriation shall not be
included in the governor's 2011-2012 standard biennial budget request.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. HAMMONS

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Craft,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles,
Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Martin,
McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Childers, Cohee,
Davison, Edwards, Gingery, Illoway, Jones, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer, Miller,
Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Stubson, Teeters and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 37    Nays 21    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0001H3024/ADOPTED
Budget(s): Section 320. [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
                [CITY AND TOWN DIRECT DISTRIBUTION ALLOCATIONS]
                 [CITY AND TOWN REVENUE CHALLENGED ALLOCATIONS]
                     [COUNTY REVENUE CHALLENGED ALLOCATIONS]
                                * * * * * * * * * *
Delete the Philp second reading amendment (HB0001H2006/A).
Further amend as follows:
Page 101-line 11          Delete entirely.
Page 101-line 12          Delete the line through "for" insert "(i) Seventy-
                          five million nine hundred thirteen thousand three
                          hundred thirty-three dollars ($75,913,333.00) for".
Page 101-line 15          Delete entirely.
Page 101-line 16          Delete the line through "for" insert "(ii) Forty-two
                          million eighty-six thousand six     hundred sixty-seven
                          dollars ($42,086,667.00) for".
Page 101-lines 19 through 23 Delete entirely.
Page 101-line 25          Delete "(v)" insert "(iii)".
Page 102-line 1           Delete "(vi)" insert "(iv)".
Page 102-line 18          Delete "ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00)" insert
                          "twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00)".
Page 106-lines 25 through 28 Delete entirely.
Page 107-line 1 through Page 112-line 5      Delete entirely.
Page 112-line 9           Delete "(v)" insert "(iii)".
Page 112-line 15          Delete "(v)" insert "(iii)".
Page 112-line 20          Delete "(v)" insert "(iii)".
Page 113-line 21          Delete "(vi)" insert "(iv)".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. COHEE

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Brechtel, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Harshman, Illoway,



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Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Shepperson, Stubson, Throne,
Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Hammons, Harvey, Jorgensen, Martin, Meyer,
Quarberg, Semlek, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Iekel and Simpson
Ayes 33    Nays 23    Excused 4   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0001H3025/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 320. [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIBUTIONS]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Delete the Philp second reading amendment (HB0001H2006/A).
Delete the Cohee third reading amendment (HB0001H3024/A).
Further amend as follows:
Page 101-line 11        After "(i)" delete balance of the line.
Page 101-line 12        Delete the line through "for" insert "Sixty-three
                        million four hundred nine thousand five hundred five
                        dollars ($63,409,505.00) for".
Page 101-line 19        After "(iii)" delete balance of the line.
Page 101-line 20        Delete "($8,260,000.00)" insert "Twelve million five
                        hundred three thousand eight hundred twenty-eight
                        dollars ($12,503,828.00)".
Page 101-line 25        After "(v)" delete balance of the line and insert
                        "One     hundred    seventy-seven   million   dollars
                        ($177,000,000.00)".
Page 102-line 2         Delete "." insert ";".
Page 102-after line 2   Insert:
            "(vii) Forty-five million dollars ($45,000,000.00) for loss of
revenue from the exemption of food for domestic home consumption from excise
taxation.     The department of revenue is authorized to distribute funds
appropriated under this paragraph monthly to counties based upon historical
data on distributions made to local governments from sales and use tax
revenues from sales of food for domestic home consumption, or based upon the
industry average calculated by the department, whichever is greater.      The
"industry average calculated by the department" means the North American
Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for 3318 bakeries, 4451 grocers,
4452 specialty foods, 4471 convenience stores, 4521 department stores and
4529 general merchandise.".
Page 102-line 6         After "unfunded" insert "or partially funded"; after
                        "projects" insert "under the process set forth in
                        subsection (h) of this section, for grants under
                        paragraph (i) of this subsection or for operating
                        grants".
Page 102-line 16        Delete "five thousand".
Page 102-line 17        Delete "dollars ($5,000.00)" insert "ten thousand
                        dollars ($10,000.00".
Page 102-line 18        Delete "ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00)" insert
                        "twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00)".
Page 102-line 19        After "in" delete balance of the line and insert "the
                        proportion each city and town's population bears to
                        the total population of all cities and towns in
                        Wyoming.".
Page 102-lines 20 through 28 Delete entirely.
Page 103-line 1 through Page 106-line 9    Delete entirely.
Page 112-lines 14 through 26 Delete entirely and insert:
            "(i) An equal amount for each county from one-half (1/2) of these
appropriated funds; and
            (ii) From the remaining one-half (1/2) of these appropriated



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funds, an amount for each county based upon the proportion each county's
population bears to the total population of the state.".
Page 113-lines 1 through 10   Delete entirely.
Page 113-after line 17 Insert:
      "(j)  Notwithstanding W.S. 9-2-1008, 9-2-1012(e) and 9-4-207(a), funds
subject to subsection (g) of this section which are not distributed to or
expended by the receiving entity prior to June 30, 2010 shall remain
available for distribution or expenditure in accordance with subsections (g)
and (h) of this section through June 30, 2012.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. HARSHMAN, DAVISON, DOCKSTADER, LUBNAU

HB0001H3026/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Section 320. [LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISTRIUBTIONS]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Delete the Philp second reading amendment (HB0001H2006/A).
Delete the Cohee third reading amendment (HB0001H3024/A)
Delete the Harshman, et al., third reading amendment (HB0001H3025/A)
Further amend as follows:
Page 101-line 25        After "(v)" delete balance of the line and insert one
                        hundred        eighty-two        million       dollars
                        ($182,000,000.00)".
Page 102-line 2         Delete "." insert ";".
Page 102-after line 2   Insert:
            "(vii) Forty million dollars ($40,000,000.00) for loss of revenue
from the exemption of food for domestic home consumption from excise
taxation.     The department of revenue is authorized to distribute funds
appropriated under this paragraph monthly to counties based upon historical
data on distributions made to local governments from sales and use tax
revenues from sales of food for domestic home consumption, or based upon the
industry average calculated by the department, whichever is greater.       The
"industry average calculated by the department" means the North American
Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for 3318 bakeries, 4451 grocers,
4452 specialty foods, 4471 convenience stores, 4521 department stores and
4529 general merchandise.".
Page 111-line 11        Delete "Nine hundred thousand dollars ($900,000.00)"
                        insert "One million two hundred thousand dollars
                        ($1,200,000.00)".
Page 111-line 14        Delete "one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00)" insert
                        "one hundred sixty dollars ($160.00)".
Page 111-line 18        Delete "one".
Page 111-line 19        Delete "hundred twenty dollars ($120.00)" insert "one
                        hundred thirty dollars ($130.00)".
Page 111-line 22        Delete "Eighty dollars ($80.00)" insert "one hundred
                        dollars ($100.00)".
Page 112-after line 12 Insert:
            "(i) To each county, an amount equal to one percent (1%) of the
      total amount appropriated in paragraph (a)(v) of this section; plus".
Page 112-line 14        Delete "(i)" insert "(ii)"; after "the" insert
                        "remainder of".
Page 112-line 19        Delete "(ii)" insert "(iii)".
Page 112-line 20        After "section" insert "after distributions under
                        paragraphs (i) and (ii) of this subsection,".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. DOCKSTADER

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,



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Slater,   Steward,  Stubson,   Teeters,  Thompson,   Throne, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Childers, Cohee,
Edwards, Gilmore, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Shepperson
and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Iekel and Simpson
Ayes 33    Nays 23    Excused 4    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0001H3027/ADOPTED
                                 [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   Addition to 300 Sections
                               * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21            After subsection (c) created by the Buchanan
                                second reading amendment (HB0001H2032/AC) to
                                this line insert:
      "(d)    The commission shall establish through rule and regulation a
matching grant program for the distribution of funds in the subaccount
created by this section which shall be subject to the following distribution
limitations:
             (i) The commission shall arrange the assessed valuation of each
county in descending order by county;
             (ii)    The commission shall require the following matching
percentages from counties:
                   (A) For the bottom seven (7) counties in the list created
in paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a twenty-
five percent (25%) match;
                   (B) For the middle eight (8) counties in the list created
in paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a fifty
percent (50%) match;
                   (C) For the top eight (8) counties in the list created in
paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a seventy-five
percent (75%) match.".
To the extent required by this amendment:        adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BUCHANAN

HB0001H3028/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   049. Dept. of Family Services
                                   (Services)
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 30-line 5          After "Services" insert "2.".
Page 30-after line 22   Insert:
"2. Of this general fund appropriation, two million dollars ($2,000,000.00)
shall only be expended for community juvenile service boards.".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. BUCHANAN

HB0001H3029/FAILED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):  Addition to 300 Sections
                                  [NEPA REVIEW]
                              * * * * * * * * * *
Page 117-After line 21 Insert the following new section and renumber as
                        necessary:
                                 "[NEPA REVIEW]
      Section 323.
      (a)   The natural resource staff of the governor's office shall study
the importance of federal land development, uses and decisions as they impact
Wyoming's citizens and businesses throughout the state.      The study shall
include:



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            (i) A review and analysis of the communication, coordination and
development involved in current federal agency resource management plans,
forest plans and other federal land use plans and related environmental
impact statements throughout the state with respect to their adequacy to
address all issues, including but not limited to oil and natural gas
production, coal mining, timber development, recreation, impacts to rural
residences and subdivisions, surface and subsurface impacts, notice to
landowners, opportunity for public input and impacts on the human
environment, as required under the national environmental policy act (NEPA)
of 1969 as amended;
            (ii)    Addressing whether the process allowed state and local
agencies to address whether the plans and environmental impact statements
considered impacts to the human environment of the following as required in
NEPA regulations:
                   (A)    Oil, natural gas, mining, timber, agriculture,
wildlife, municipal, recreation, tourism, social services, groundwater and
water issues, soil surveys, the potential for secondary beneficial uses of
produced water, state and local land use plans.
            (iii) An analysis of whether the plans and environmental impact
statements properly considered actions necessary to develop the state's
resources, including oil, natural gas, mining, timber, agriculture, wildlife,
municipal,    recreation,  tourism,   social  services,  rural   residential,
aesthetics and roads.
      (b)      All state agencies, including the Wyoming department of
environmental quality, the Wyoming water development commission, the Wyoming
oil and gas conservation commission, the Wyoming game and fish department,
the Wyoming department of agriculture, the office of state lands and
investments and the state engineer shall cooperate with and assist the
governor's natural resource staff as requested in performing the duties
required under this section.
      (c)   The governor's natural resource staff may consult and coordinate
with county and local governmental entities and with local conservation
districts as deemed necessary.
      (d) The governor's natural resource staff shall report the results of
the study to the joint minerals, business and economic development interim
committee by September 1, 2008. The report shall include any recommendations
for statutory or rule changes to Wyoming's natural resource policy account as
well as recommendations for protocols or procedures for reviewing resource
plans and environmental impact statements in the future.
      (e)    The Governor's office is authorized to expend funds from the
natural resource policy account, not to exceed twenty thousand dollars
($20,000.00), for purposes of this section.".
To the extent required by this amendment:     adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. CHILDERS

HB0001H3030/ADOPTED
                               [BUDGET AFFECTED]
Budget(s):   063.      Governor's Residence
      `                       (Residence Operation)
                             * * * * * * * * * *
Page 35-line 5         Under GENERAL FUND increase amount by "100,000".
To the extent required by this amendment:      adjust totals; and renumber as
necessary. SIMPSON, HAMMONS, ILLOWAY

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Buchanan,
Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Philp, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:     Representative(s) Brechtel, Brown, Childers, Davison, Diercks,



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Gingery, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer, Miller, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 37    Nays 21    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Childers, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater,
Steward, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brown, Buchanan, Jorgensen,
Landon, Stubson and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Iekel and Simpson
Ayes 48    Nays 8    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S02

HB0001SS001/ADOPTED
                           STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT
Your Committee No. 2 on Appropriations has reviewed HB0001:
Pursuant to Joint Rule 14-1(e)(1)&(2) the following lists are provided:
Identical amendments
HB0001H2002/A
HB0001H2008/A
HB0001H2009/A
HB0001H2010/A
HB0001H2015/A
HB0001H2025/A
HB0001H2028/A
HB0001H2029/A
HB0001H2044/A
HB0001H2050/A
HB0001H3007/A
HB0001H3015/A
HB0001H3020/AC
HB0001H3028/A
The following are the other adopted amendments:
HB0001H2004/A
HB0001H2006/A     deleted by HB0001H3026/A
HB0001H2013/A
HB0001H2017/A
HB0001H2020/A
HB0001H2022/AC
HB0001H2026/AC    amended by HB0001H3011/A
HB0001H2032/AC    amended by HB0001H3027/A
HB0001H2046/A
HB0001H2048/A     deleted by HB0001H3001/A
HB0001H2053/A     deleted by HB0001H3022/A
HB0001H2056/A
HB0001H2057/A
HB0001H2058/A
HB0001H3001/A     deletes HB0001H2048/A
HB0001H3005/A
HB0001H3006/A
HB0001H3008/A



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HB0001H3009/A
HB0001H3011/A      amends HB0001H2026/AC
HB0001H3012/AC
HB0001H3013/AC
HB0001H3019/AC
HB0001H3022/A      deletes HB0001H2053/A
HB0001H3023/A
HB0001H3024/A      deletes HB0001H2006/A
                   deleted by HB0001H3026/A
HB0001H3026/A      deletes HB0001H3024/A
                   and HB0001H2006/A
HB0001H3027/A      amends HB0001H2032/AC
HB0001H3030/A

Senator Nicholas, Chairman

2/26/2008    Pursuant to Joint rule 14-1 (f)(i) referred directly to third
             reading
2/26/2008    Pursuant to Joint rule 14-1 (f)(i) referred directly to JCC
2/26/2008    S Appointed JCC01 Members
             Senator(s) Nicholas, Job, Meier, Peterson, Townsend
2/27/2008    H Appointed JCC01 Members
             Representative(s) Philp, Berger, Jorgensen, Lubnau,
             Shepperson

*See SF0001 in accordance with Joint Rules on Budget Process

H.B. No. 0002         Alcohol taxes to treat substance abuse.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse
                      Services

AN ACT relating to taxation and public health; increasing a tax on alcohol;
providing for earmarking of funds for substance abuse programs; appropriating
funds and providing for future budgeting of earmarked funds; and providing
for an effective date.

11/28/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
             Vote

H.B. No. 0003         Campaign finance reporting-electronic filing.

Sponsored By:         Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
                      Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to campaign finance reporting; providing for electronic
filing of campaign finance reports; specifying where reports shall be filed;
providing for a searchable database of reports; providing for training;
providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

12/4/2007    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,



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Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,  Throne,   Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Bagby and Brechtel
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 57    Nays 2    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H07 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin,        Meyer,   Miller,
Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Quarberg
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/15/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0003HW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4           After "of" insert "electronically filed".
Page 1-line 9           Delete ", (b),".
Page 1-line 10          Delete "(c)(i)".
Page 2-line 1           Reinsert stricken "and".
Page 2-lines 2 through 15     Delete all new language; reinsert all stricken
                        language.
Page 2-line 17          Delete "shall" insert "may".
Page 2-line 21          Delete "after December 31, 2009".
Page 3-lines 7 through 24     Delete entirely.
Page 4-line 3           After "filed" insert "electronically".
Page 4-line 4           After "chapter" insert "and shall make the database
                        and    electronically    scanned   copies   of   non-
                        electronically filed reports". QUARBERG, HAMMONS

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0003H2001/ADOPTED
Delete the Quarberg et al., Committee of the whole amendment (HB0003HW001/A)
entirely. ZWONITZER, DN., BROWN, ILLOWAY, SIMPSON

HB0003H2002/FAILED
Page 4-line 16             Delete "two million five".
Page 4-line 17             Delete line through "($2,500,000.00)" insert "five
                           hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00)".   TEETERS,
                           BROWN, BUCHANAN

2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0003H3001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4              After "reports;" insert "providing for training;".
Page 4-line 6              After "system." Insert "The secretary of state shall
                           be responsible for the provision of training and
                           instruction for filers on how to access and use the
                           campaign finance electronic filing system.         The



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                            training shall be for the purpose of educating filers
                            about use of the system, and is not intended to
                            assist filers with filing their reports.". HAMMONS

2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore,
Gingery,   Goggles,  Hales,   Hammons,   Harshman,   Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Petersen, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Davison, Diercks, Esquibel,
K., Hallinan, Jaggi, Jones, Madden, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Steward,
Teeters and White
Ayes 44    Nays 16    Excused 0     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/26/2008   S07 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper and Decaria
Nays: Senator(s) Larson and Scott
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Placed on General File
2/26/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/28/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Burns, Case, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Mockler, Nicholas,
Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout, Coe, Geis, Larson, Meier, Perkins, Scott and Vasey
Ayes 22    Nays 8    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0033
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0033
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0033
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0033
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0064    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




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H.B. No. 0004        Federal grazing permits.

Sponsored By:        Joint Agriculture, State and   Public   Lands   and   Water
                     Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to public lands; restricting state agencies from holding
federal grazing permits; and providing for an effective date.

12/4/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery,
Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jones, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie,
Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis and White
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Craft, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Martin,
Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Thompson, Throne, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 37    Nays 22    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0005        Fuel tax-distributions.

Sponsored By:       Joint Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources
                    Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to gasoline tax distribution; modifying the sunset on off-
road recreational vehicle gasoline tax distributions; repealing the sunset on
motorboat gasoline tax distributions; and providing for an effective date.

12/4/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H Placed on General File
2/14/2008   H Passed CoW



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2/15/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/18/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Landon
Excused: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/21/2008   S06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Coe, Massie and Mockler
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0001
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0001
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0001
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0001
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0001    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0006            State veterans' museum.

Sponsored By:            Joint   Travel,   Recreation,   Wildlife   and   Cultural
                         Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating     to the state veterans' museum; transferring oversight of the
state veterans'    memorial museum to the military department; repealing museum
designation as     a state park; providing for the disposition of unexpended
funds and other    property; and providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,


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Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hammons
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0  Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008    H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008    H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008    H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/21/2008    S06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Coe, Massie and Mockler
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008    S Placed on General File
2/21/2008    S Rereferred to S02
2/26/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0006SS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 5              After "property;" insert "providing an appropriation;
                           requiring a report;".
Page   1-lines 10 through 16     Delete and renumber.
Page   2-lines 1 through 17      Delete.
Page   2-line 19           Delete "2" insert "1"; delete "36-8-1301" insert
                           "36-8-1301(c)".
Page   2-line 22           Delete "3" insert "2".
Page   3-line 24           After the first "department" insert ";" and delete
                           balance of line.
Page   4-lines 1 through 3       Delete.



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Page 4-After line 9      Insert and renumber:
      "(b) There is appropriated to the Wyoming military department from the
general fund one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) to be expended for
professional consultative services to determine the need for a Wyoming
veteran's museum and provide basic data on available museum and archives
collections,   interpretation   needs,  community  and  service  organization
involvement, building and location assessments or recommendations in addition
to the vision, mission, location, facility, oversight, management, partners
and alternatives concerning the need and function for a Wyoming veteran's
museum.
      (c) The military department shall report on its activities under this
section to the joint transportation, highways and military affairs interim
committee not later than June 30, 2009.".
Page 4-line 11           Delete "4" insert "3". BURNS, CHAIRMAN

HB0006SS002/FAILED
Page 1-line 5           In the First Senate Standing Committee Amendment
                        (HB0006SS001/A) to this line, delete "providing an
                        appropriation;".
Page 4-After line 9     In the First Senate Standing Committee Amendment
                        (HB0006SS001/A) to this line, delete subsection (b)
                        created by that amendment and renumber as necessary.
                        NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

2/27/2008   S Passed CoW
2/28/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Perkins,
Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Geis, Johnson, Meier and Nicholas
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 23    Nays 5    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/29/2008   H Did Not Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Childers and Thompson
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 2    Nays 58    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Appointed JCC01 Members
            Representative(s) Childers, Gilmore, Lockhart
2/29/2008   S Appointed JCC01 Members
            Senator(s) Burns, Meier, Perkins
3/3/2008    H Adopted HB0006JC01

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,



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Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60 Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    S Adopted HB0006JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Johnson and Massie
Excused: Senator(s) Meier
Ayes 26    Nays 3    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0006JC01/AA ADOPTED
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0006SS001/A
CHILDERS, GILMORE, LOCKHART, BURNS, MEIER, PERKINS

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0032
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0032
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0032
3/7/2008    Governor signed HEA No. 0032
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0063   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0007         Real estate commission-authority.

Sponsored By:         Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
                      Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to the real estate commission; correcting a citation in the
real estate license act to include additional provisions within the act; and
providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 59   Nays 0   Excused 1   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H07 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway,    Martin,   Meyer,   Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.


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Ayes 9      Nays 0         Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008     H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008     H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008     H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008     H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008     S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/21/2008     S07 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper, Decaria, Larson and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008     S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008     S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008     S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008     S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0002
2/28/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA. No. 0002
2/29/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0002
3/3/2008      Governor Signed HEA No. 0002
3/3/2008      Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0002      Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0008               Election code revisions.

Sponsored By:               Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
                            Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to elections; providing for transmission of certifications;
providing for full legal names on registrations; removing certain filing fees
as specified; providing for the order of offices on nonpartisan and partisan
ballots; providing for opening of ballot boxes; removing requirement that
county attorneys conduct training school; repealing provisions for folded
ballots; clarifying time periods; repealing requirements for numbers of
ballots to be printed; repealing provisions related to voting slips; and
providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007     Bill Number Assigned


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2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne,   Wallis, Warren,  White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Absent: Representative(s) Anderson, R.
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 1     Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin,     Meyer,   Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0008HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2           After "certifications;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 3           Delete "election;".
Page 1-line 15          Delete "22-3-102(a)(intro),".
Page 2-line 18 through line 24      Delete entirely. ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

2/14/2008   H Passed CoW
2/15/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/18/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Gilmore and Hales
Excused: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 56    Nays 3    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/26/2008   S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper, Decaria, Larson and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0008SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 4            After "nonpartisan" delete "and".
Page 1-line 5            Delete "partisan".



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Page 1-line 7           Delete    "repealing    provisions"    insert   "removing
                        requirements".
Page 1-line 10          After   "slips;"     insert    "modifying    registration
                        locations; modifying format for partisan ballots;
                        modifying    procedures    for   filling   vacancies   of
                        election judges; repealing procedure after elector
                        votes on machine; eliminating ballot cards used in
                        connection with a punch device from the definition of
                        "voting device";".
Page 10-line 12         After "judges" insert "from different major parties,
                        if possible". CASE, CHAIRMAN

2/27/2008   S Passed CoW
2/28/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 28    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/29/2008   H Did Not Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Edmonds, Edwards, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek,
Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters and Throne
Nays:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Quarberg, Shepperson, Steward, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 28    Nays 32    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Appointed JCC01 Members
            Representative(s) Illoway, Hammons, Throne
3/3/2008    S Appointed JCC01 Members
            Senator(s) Cooper, Decaria, Meier
3/4/2008    H Adopted HB0008JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    S Adopted HB0008JC01

                                   ROLL CALL




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Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Larson and Vasey
Ayes 28    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0008JC01/AA ADOPTED
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0008SS001/AE
Further amend the ENGROSSED COPY as follows:
Page 1-line 4           After "nonpartisan" delete "and".
Page 1-line 5           Delete "partisan".
Page 1-line 7           Delete    "repealing    provisions"    insert   "removing
                        requirements".
Page 1-line 10          After   "slips;"     insert    "modifying    registration
                        locations; modifying format for partisan ballots;
                        modifying    procedures    for   filling   vacancies   of
                        election judges; repealing procedure after elector
                        votes using a machine; eliminating ballot cards used
                        in connection with a punch device from the definition
                        of "voting device";".
Page 10-line 12         After "judges" insert "with different political party
                        affiliations".
ILLOWAY, HAMMONS, THRONE, COOPER, DECARIA, MEIER

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0041
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0041
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0041
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0041
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0115   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0009         Campaign finance reporting.

Sponsored By:         Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
                      Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to campaign finance reporting; amending restrictions on
contributions from individuals; modifying persons required to file campaign
receipts reports; removing a requirement that contributors annually renew
their consent to automatic contributions; requiring reporting from political
action committees and candidate's campaign committees; requiring amendment of
campaign finance reports as specified; providing and modifying criminal
penalties; and providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Craft, Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Jorgensen, Martin, Millin, Thompson, Throne, Warren
and Zwonitzer, Dn.


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Excused:    Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 44      Nays 15    Excused 1    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/13/2008     H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Brown, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Quarberg and
Stubson
Nays: Representative(s) Gilmore and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 7   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008     H Placed on General File

HB0009HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 6             After "specified;" insert "increasing civil penalties
                          as specified;".
Page 1-line 7             After "modifying" insert "criminal".
Page 3-line 5             Strike "ten thousand dollars".
Page 3-line 6             Strike "($10,000.00)" insert "twenty-five thousand
                          dollars ($25,000.00)".
Page 5-line 5             After   "contributor"  insert   ",   other than   the
                          candidate or the candidate's immediate family,".
                          ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

HB0009HW001/FAILED
Page 2-line 8             Delete "three thousand".
Page 2-line 9             Delete    line   through  "($3,500.00)"   insert   "two
                          thousand three hundred dollars ($2,300.00)".
Page   2-lines 13 through 15     Delete   new    language;   reinsert    stricken
                          language.
Page   3-line 18          After "than" delete balance of the line.
Page   3-line 19          Delete "($3,500.00)" insert "two thousand three
                          hundred dollars ($2,300.00)"; delete "other".
Page   3-lines 20 and 21 Delete entirely.
Page   3-line 22          Delete    "statewide   office".      HAMMONS,   MARTIN,
                          ZWONITZER, DN.

2/14/2008     H Passed CoW
2/15/2008     H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0009H3002/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 18            Delete  the     Jorgensen   third   reading  amendment
                          (HB0009H3001/A) to this line and further amend as
                          follows: after "than" delete balance of the line.
Page 3-line 19            Delete  the     Jorgensen   third   reading  amendment
                          (HB0009H3001/A) to this line and further amend as
                          follows: delete "($3,500.00)" insert "two thousand
                          three hundred dollars ($2,300.00)".
Page 3-line 20            Delete  the     Jorgensen   third   reading  amendment
                          (HB0009H3001/A) to this line and further amend as
                          follows: delete "seven thousand".
Page 3-line 21            Delete "dollars ($7,000.00)" insert "four thousand
                          six hundred dollars ($4,600.00)".
Page 3-line 22            Delete  the     Jorgensen   third   reading  amendment
                          (HB0009H3001/A) to this line.       HALLINAN, HAMMONS,
                          STEWARD

2/18/2008     H Passed 3rd Reading

                                     ROLL CALL




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Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel and Goggles
Ayes 58    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/26/2008   S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper, Larson and Scott
Nays: Senator(s) Decaria
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0009SS001.01/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY) (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 3            After "reports;" insert "removing a requirement that
                         contributors   annually   renew   their   consent   to
                         automatic contributions;".
Page 1-line 12           After "(e)" insert ", (h)".
Page 3-after line 15     Insert:
      "(h) No organization of any kind, as specified in subsection (a) of
this section, shall solicit or obtain contributions for any of the purposes
specified in subsection (a) of this section from an individual on an
automatic basis, including but not limited to a payroll deduction plan or
reverse   checkoff   method,  unless   the  individual   who   is  contributing
affirmatively consents in writing to the contribution at least once in every
calendar year.    Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to authorize
contributions otherwise prohibited under this election code.".
Page 3-line 19           Delete "two thousand three hundred dollars" insert
                         "three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500.00)".
Page 3-line 20           Delete "($2,300.00)".
Page 3-line 21           Delete "four thousand six" insert "seven thousand
                         dollars ($7,000.00)".
Page 3-line 22           Delete "hundred dollars ($4,600.00)". CASE, CHAIRMAN

HB0009SS001.02/FAILED    (CORRECTED COPY) (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 5-line 6             After "contributor" delete balance of line.
Page 5-line 7             Delete "immediate family,". CASE, CHAIRMAN

2/26/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0009S2001/ADOPTED     (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 6              Delete "increasing civil".
Page 1-line 7              Delete "penalties as specified;".
Page 3-line 5              Reinsert stricken "ten thousand dollars".
Page 3-line 6              Reinsert stricken "($10,000.00)"; delete "twenty-five
                           thousand dollars ($25,000.00)".    PERKINS, NICHOLAS,
                           PETERSON, MOCKLER

2/27/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0009S3001/FAILED    (TO ENGROSSED COPY)




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Page 2-line 8           Delete "three thousand" insert "two thousand five
                        hundred dollars ($2,500.00)".
Page 2-line 9           Delete through "($3,500.00)".
Page 2-line 13          Delete "." reinsert stricken ", nor make more than".
Page 2-line 14          After stricken "($25,000.00)" insert "forty thousand
                        dollars ($40,000.00)" and reinsert stricken language
                        on balance of line.
Page 2-line 15          Reinsert stricken language.
Page 3-line 19          Delete   the   Senate   Standing   Committee  Amendment
                        (HB0009SS001.01/ACE) to this line and further amend
                        as follows: after "than" delete balance of line and
                        insert    "two    thousand    five    hundred   dollars
                        ($2,500.00)".
Page 3-line 20          Delete "($2,300.00)".
Page 3-line 21          Delete   the   Senate   Standing   Committee  Amendment
                        (HB0009SS001.01/ACE) to this line and further amend
                        as follows:    delete "four thousand six" insert "five
                        thousand dollars ($5,000.00)".
Page 3-line 22          Delete through "($4,600.00)". DECARIA

2/28/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Fecht,
Geis, Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson,
Schiffer, Scott, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Decaria, Hastert, Job, Massie, Meier, Mockler, Ross,
Sessions and Vasey
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 20    Nays 9    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/29/2008   H Did Not Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee,
Edmonds, Edwards, Illoway, Jones, Lubnau, McOmie, Miller, Olsen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Teeters, Wallis and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 23    Nays 37    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Appointed JCC01 Members
            Representative(s) Illoway, Hammons, Throne
2/29/2008   S Appointed JCC01 Members
            Senator(s) Cooper, Decaria, Scott
3/4/2008    H Adopted HB0009JC01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dv.



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Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Hallinan and Zwonitzer Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 56   Nays 3    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    S Adopted HB0009JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Fecht, Geis, Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier, Nicholas,
Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Decaria, Hastert, Job, Massie, Mockler and Vasey
Ayes 24    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0009JC01/AA ADOPTED
Adopt the following Senate amendments:
HB0009S2001/AE
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0009SS001.01/ACE
Further amend the ENGROSSED COPY as follows:
Page 1-line 3            After "reports;" insert "removing a requirement that
                         contributors   annually   renew   their   consent   to
                         automatic contributions;".
Page 1-line 12           After "(e)" insert ", (h)".
Page 3-after line 15     Insert:
      "(h) No organization of any kind, as specified in subsection (a) of
this section, shall solicit or obtain contributions for any of the purposes
specified in subsection (a) of this section from an individual on an
automatic basis, including but not limited to a payroll deduction plan or
reverse   checkoff   method,  unless   the  individual   who   is  contributing
affirmatively consents in writing to the contribution. at least once in every
calendar year.    Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to authorize
contributions otherwise prohibited under this election code.".
Page 3-line 19           Delete "two thousand three hundred dollars" insert
                         "two thousand nine hundred dollars ($2,900.00)".
Page 3-line 20           Delete "($2,300.00)".
Page 3-line 21           Delete "four thousand six" insert "five thousand
                         eight hundred dollars ($5,800.00)".
Page 3-line 22           Delete "hundred dollars ($4,600.00)".
ILLOWAY, HAMMONS, THRONE, COOPER, DECARIA, SCOTT

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0042
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0042
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0042
3/17/2008   Governor Vetoed HEA No. 0042

Chapter No. VETO   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0010         State parks and historic sites-fees.

Sponsored By:         Joint   Travel,   Recreation,   Wildlife   and   Cultural
                      Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to state parks and historic sites; increasing use fees;
repealing annual nonresident camping permits; providing for additional fees
for developed campgrounds; providing for a continuous appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06



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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller, Quarberg and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 56    Nays 3    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File
2/15/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/18/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman
Ayes 6   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0010HS001/ADOPTED
Page 7-line 14            Delete "shall" insert "may".     CHILDERS, CHAIRMAN

HB0010HS002/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4             After    "appropriation;"      insert   "providing    for
                          reports;".

Page 7-line 15            After   "36-4-121(h)"   insert    ".   Revenues   and
                          expenditures under paragraph (xiv) of this subsection
                          and this paragraph shall be reported annually to the
                          joint appropriations and joint travel, recreation and
                          wildlife interim committees on June 30, of each
                          year." PHILP, CHAIRMAN

HB0010HW001/FAILED    (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 4             After "campgrounds;" insert "providing reduced price
                          permits for senior citizen residents as specified;".
Page 3-line 14            After   "($46.00)"  insert   "and  provided  one   (1)
                          resident or nonresident annual bucking horse daily
                          use permit as applicable may be purchased each year
                          by a person sixty-five (65) years of age or older for
                          three dollars ($3.00) less than the stated price".
Page 3-line 22            After "vehicle" insert ", provided one (1) resident
                          annual overnight camping permit may be purchased each
                          year by any Wyoming resident sixty-five (65) years of
                          age or older for three dollars ($3.00) less than the
                          stated price".
Page 4-line 8             After "foot" insert ", provided one (1) resident or
                          nonresident daily use permit as applicable under this
                          paragraph may be purchased each day by a person



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                           sixty-five (65) years of age or older for two dollars
                           ($2.00) less than the stated price".
Page 5-line 10             After "vehicle" insert ", provided one (1) resident
                           or nonresident overnight camping permit as applicable
                           may be purchased each day by a person sixty-five (65)
                           years of age or older for two dollars ($2.00) less
                           than the stated price". HARVEY

HB0010HW002/FAILED
Page 1-line 2              After "fees;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 3              Delete "permits;".
Page 3-line 18             Reinsert stricken "and"; after "($60.00)" insert "one
                           hundred dollars ($100.00)"; reinsert stricken "per
                           calendar".
Page 3-line 19             Reinsert all stricken language. SEMLEK

HB0010HW003/FAILED
Page 7-line 5              After "structures" insert ".  The department shall
                           not charge an additional amenities fee under this
                           paragraph for added amenities when those specific
                           added amenities are otherwise offered within the
                           park, area or site by an authorized concessionaire
                           pursuant to a contract entered into under W.S.
                           36-4-110.". SEMLEK

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0010H2001/FAILED
Page 1-line 4              After "campgrounds;" insert "providing reduced price
                           permits for senior citizen residents as specified;".
Page 3-line 14             After   "($46.00)"  insert   "and  provided  one   (1)
                           resident or nonresident annual bucking horse daily
                           use permit as applicable may be purchased each year
                           by a person sixty-five (65) years of age or older for
                           three dollars ($3.00) less than the stated price".
                           HARVEY

2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0010H3001/FAILED   (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 5-line 5            Reinsert all stricken      language;   delete   all   new
                         language.
Page 5-line 6            Delete all new language.   SEMLEK

HB0010H3002/FAILED
Page 4-line 2              Delete "four dollars ($4.00)" insert "three dollars
                           ($3.00)".
Page 4-line 3              Delete "six dollars ($6.00)" insert "five dollars
                           ($5.00)". LANDON

2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft,
Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Millin,
Petersen, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Brechtel, Cohee,
Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Gingery, Harshman, Harvey, Jones, Landon,




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Lubnau, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson,
Teeters, Wallis, Warren and White
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 32    Nays 26    Excused 2   Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/28/2008   S06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns and Massie
Nays: Senator(s) Coe
Excused: Senator(s) Mockler
Ayes 3   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0010SS001/ADOPTED  (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 7-line 2            Delete "exceed fifteen dollars" insert "be less than
                         the cost of providing the amenity;".
Page 7-lines 3 through 5       Delete.
Page 7-line 18           After "recreation" insert "," delete "and"; after
                         "wildlife" insert "and cultural resources".   BURNS,
                         CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert,
Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier, Mockler, Peterson, Ross,
Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Case, Coe, Jennings, Larson,
Nicholas, Perkins and Townsend
Ayes 21    Nays 9    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Edmonds, Gilmore, Olsen and Quarberg
Excused: Representative(s) Davison and Philp
Ayes 54    Nays 4    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0048



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3/6/2008      H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0048
3/7/2008      S President Signed HEA No. 0048
3/13/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0048
3/13/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0106     Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0011           Wyoming homemade products.

Sponsored By:           Representative(s)        Wallis   and   Hallinan   and   Senator(s)
                        Vasey

AN ACT relating to health and safety;                exempting homemade food product
kitchens from licensing and inspection as            specified; modifying requirements
for existing exemption for home produced            foods; providing for regulations;
providing definitions; and providing for an         effective date.

12/5/2007     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008     H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008     H09 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey,
Meyer and Quarberg
Nays: Representative(s) Lockhart and Steward

Ayes 7      Nays 2    Excused 0     Absent 0          Conflicts 0

2/20/2008     H Placed on General File

HB0011HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4            After "foods;" insert "providing for regulations;".
Page 2-line 8            After "residence" insert "in Wyoming".
Page 3-line 7            After "state" insert "for home consumption".
Page 4-line 2            After "product" delete balance of line and insert
                         ";".
Page   4-line 3          Delete entirely.
Page   4-line 5          After "(iv)" insert "If the product is sold by weight
                         or volume,"; delete "and" insert "or".
Page   4-line 6          Delete ", both".
Page   4-line 7          After "States" delete balance of line and insert ".
                         If the product is not sold by weight or volume the
                         label shall so state;".
Page   4-After line 7    Insert:
              "(v) The date the product was produced; and".
Page   4-line 9          Delete "(v)" insert "(vi)".
Page   5-line 24         After "adulterated." Insert "In order to protect
                         public  health,   the   department  may  adopt   rules


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                        regulating Wyoming homemade product operations which
                        may include requiring the filing of documentation
                        supporting   the   operation's classification  as   a
                        Wyoming homemade product operation and the operator's
                        understanding of sanitary facilities and controls.".
                        LOCKHART, CHAIRMAN

HB0011HW001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 10          After "residence" insert ", excluding an apartment
                        located in the primary residence,".
Page 3-line 21          Delete "and" insert ","; after "address" insert "and
                        telephone number".
Page 4-line 10          After "produced" insert "and not subject to state
                        inspection.". WALLIS

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0011H3001/FAILED
Page 3-line 7           After   "."   insert  "A   Wyoming   homemade product
                        operation   may   not exceed   ten   thousand dollars
                        ($10,000.00) in gross sales receipts in any calendar
                        year from all prepared food items.".
Page 4-line 10          Delete the Wallis committee of the whole amendment
                        (HB0011HW001/A) to this line.
Page 5-line 7           After "operation" insert "unless the department of
                        health or local health department receives a credible
                        complaint concerning the Wyoming homemade product
                        operation".
Page 5-line 18          After "year" insert ".     A wyoming homemade product
                        operation shall only be inspected upon the department
                        of health's or local health department's receipt of a
                        credible complaint.". ZWONITZER, DN.

2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Gingery, Harshman, Millin, Olsen, Steward, Throne
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 51    Nays 7    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/27/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Vasey
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht and Larson
Ayes 1   Nays 4    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

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H.B. No. 0012         Veterans' mental health appropriations.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse
                      Services

AN ACT relating to military affairs; providing appropriations to address
mental health and substance abuse problems of military personnel and their
families associated with participation in military conflicts as specified;
and providing for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File
2/20/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H Placed on General File
2/21/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0012H2001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 5           After "from" insert "active"; after "in" delete
                        balance of the line and insert "military operations
                        on or after September 11, 2001". HARSHMAN

2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,


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Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,  Throne,   Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore, Iekel and Lubnau
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan
Ayes 56    Nays 0    Excused 3    Absent 0    Conflicts 1

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S02
2/27/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0012SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 11           Delete "eight hundred forty-eight" insert "seven
                         hundred ninety-eight thousand dollars ($798,000.00)".
Page 1-line 12           Delete through "($848,000.00)".
Page 3-line 16           After "(v)" delete balance of line and insert "The
                         appropriations provided in paragraphs (i) through
                         (iv) of this subsection shall not become part of the
                         standard budget and shall be reduced to the extent
                         that federal funding is received to pay for the
                         services described in those paragraphs.".

Page 3-lines 17 through 20    Delete.     NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison and Philp
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0049
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0049
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0049
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0049
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number



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Chapter No. 0104   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0013         Psychologist licensure.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse
                      Services

AN ACT relating to the Wyoming state board of psychology; amending the
psychologists licensing act; providing for application of licensing act;
removing separate licensing requirements related to school psychologists;
revising the composition of the state board of psychology as specified;
providing for issuance of temporary licenses to practice psychology as
specified; revising the grounds and evidentiary standard for disciplinary
actions as specified; authorizing the state board to employ specified
personnel; amending and adding definitions; and providing for an effective
date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Throne
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H10 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan,      Harvey,   Iekel,
Landon, Lubnau, Millin and Steward
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0013HS001/ADOPTED
Page 7-line 7            After "offer" insert "made or accepted".
Page 8-line 23           Delete   "and   when   representing   himself   as   a
                         psychologist,".
Page 16-line 17          Delete all new language. LANDON, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,


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Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff
3/4/2008    S Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0014            Nursery stock.

Sponsored By:            Joint Agriculture, State and   Public   Lands   and   Water
                         Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to nursery stock; modifying sale restrictions; and providing
for an effective date.

12/5/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:     Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Edmonds,        Samuelson,    Semlek,
Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Diercks
Ayes 8    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/13/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/14/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/15/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05


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2/22/2008    S05 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008    S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008    S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0003
2/28/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No.0003
2/29/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0003
3/3/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0003
3/3/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0003     Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0015             Property      taxation-limitation        on     amount
                          collected.

Sponsored By:             Representative(s) Wallis

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a limitation on the
amount of mills to be levied as specified; providing procedures; amending
related provisions; authorizing rules; and providing for an effective date.

12/11/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Hallinan, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Teeters, Wallis,
White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Cohee, Craft, Diercks,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Samuelson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 32    Nays 28    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0016             Special districts-elections.

Sponsored By:             Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
                          Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to special districts; changing requirements to allow
enlargement without election; limiting taxing authority when districts have
not properly mapped boundaries; requiring mapping only if a governmental



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entity levies or requires the levy of taxes; and providing for an effective
date.

12/11/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Jorgensen, McOmie, Olsen, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 54    Nays 5    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H07 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008    H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008    H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008    H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/21/2008    S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper, Decaria, Larson and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0016SS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 5                Strike "shall" insert "may".
Page 2-line 19               After "voters" insert ", if any,".   CASE, CHAIRMAN

2/25/2008    S Passed CoW
2/26/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
2/27/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                       ROLL CALL




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Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Mockler
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008    H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0010
2/29/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0010
2/29/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0010
3/4/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0010
3/4/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0022   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0017         Community college commission-duties.

Sponsored By:         Joint Education Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to community colleges; clarifying and imposing additional
duties on the community college commission; granting rulemaking authority;
requiring collaboration with the department of education for postsecondary
education options agreements; providing an appropriation; authorizing an
additional position; and providing for an effective date.

12/12/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008    H04 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0


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2/12/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/15/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0017HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 5           After ";" insert "imposing reporting requirements;".
Page 5-line 13          Strike "financial".
Page 5-line 14          Strike "and"; after "report" insert "financial and
                        enrollment".
Page 6-line 2           Delete "." insert ";".
Page 6-After line 2     Insert:
                  "(C) The commission may participate in financial audits
conducted by each community college and assist in the analysis of audit
findings for subsequent reporting under this paragraph.".
Page 7-After line 11    Insert and renumber:
      "Section   2. The    Wyoming   community    college   commission   shall
periodically report progress to the joint education interim committee on the
development of the statewide college system strategic plan required under
W.S. 21-18-202(b)(vii), as amended under Section 1 of this act, with a final
report submitted to the committee not later than November 1, 2009.". MCOMIE,
CHAIRMAN

HB0017HS002/ADOPTED
Page 7-line 17          Delete "Of" insert "From".
Page 7-line 19          After "position." insert "Funding for this position
                        shall not exceed one hundred thirty thousand dollars
                        ($130,000.00) for the biennium. Remaining funds from
                        this appropriation shall be one time funding and
                        shall not be included in the commission's 2011-2012
                        standard biennial budget request.". PHILP, CHAIRMAN

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW
2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/25/2008   S04 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0




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2/25/2008   S Placed on General File
2/25/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/27/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0017SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 4-line 8            Delete "consistent" insert "consistently".
Page 5-line 19           Delete "insure" insert "ensure". COE, CHAIRMAN

HB0017SS002/FAILED    (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 8-line 5             Delete "two hundred fifty" insert "one hundred fifty
                          thousand dollars ($150,000.00)".
Page 8-line 6             Delete through "($250,000.00)". NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

2/28/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0017S2001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 4-line 8            After "programs and" insert "recommend to a community
                         college that it". BEBOUT, VASEY

HB0017S2002/FAILED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 3           Delete "requiring".
Page 1-line 4           Delete.
Page 1-line 5           Delete through "agreements;".
Page 1-line 12          After "21-16-1104(j)" delete "," insert "and".
Page 1-line 16          Delete "and 21-20-201(a)".
Page 6-lines 22 and 23 Delete.
Page 7-lines 1 through 17     Delete. SCOTT

2/29/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0017S3001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 4-line 9            Before ";" insert ".     The commission shall report
                         annually before October 1, beginning October 1, 2008,
                         to the joint appropriations and the joint education
                         interim committees on the programs with consistently
                         low enrollment. The report shall include the name of
                         each program, the college or colleges offering each
                         program, the time period the program has experienced
                         low enrollment and the cost of each program". MASSIE

3/3/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Nicholas,
Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Geis, Johnson, Landen, Meier and Vasey
Ayes 24    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/3/2008    H Did Not Concur

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Blake, Buchanan, Craft, Davison, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Harshman,



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Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Petersen, Samuelson, Simpson, Stubson and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Diercks, Gilmore, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Mercer, Millin, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek,
Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 27    Nays 33    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    H Appointed JCC01 Members
            Representative(s) Miller, Hammons, McOmie
3/4/2008    S Appointed JCC01 Members
            Senator(s) Von Flatern, Job, Nicholas
3/5/2008    H Adopted HB0017JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 59   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    S Adopted HB0017JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Coe and Larson
Ayes 28    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0017JC01/AA ADOPTED
Adopt the following Senate amendments:
HB0017SS001/AE
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0017S2001/AE
HB0017S3001/AE
Further amend the ENGROSSED COPY as follows:
Page 4-line 8           After "terminate" insert "state funding for".
MILLER, HAMMONS, MCOMIE, VON FLATERN, JOB, NICHOLAS

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0057
3/7/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0057
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0057
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0057
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0084   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




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H.B. No. 0018         State engineer rulemaking authority.

Sponsored By:         Joint Agriculture, State and      Public   Lands   and   Water
                      Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to the state engineer; granting rulemaking               authority;
ratifying existing rules; and providing for an effective date.

12/17/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Craft,
Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Hales, Iekel, Illoway,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Throne, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Cohee, Davison,
Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Quarberg,
Shepperson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis and White
Ayes 32    Nays 28    Excused 0     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0019         Sales & use tax on food-exemption.

Sponsored By:         Joint Revenue Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing funding to local
governments for the sales and use tax exemption on food as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

12/17/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Buchanan,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Lubnau, McOmie,
Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Semlek, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson and Throne
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Berger, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Dockstader,
Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Illoway, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 30     Nays 29    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0020         Street rods and custom vehicles.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Childers, Anderson, R., Blake and
                      Zwonitzer, Dv. and Senator(s) Coe, Townsend and Vasey

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; specifying requirements for registration
of street rods and custom vehicles; providing definitions; authorizing
vehicle equipment as specified; establishing and increasing fees as
specified; and providing for an effective date.




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12/17/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Illoway
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    H08 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    H Placed on General File; Did Not Consider in CoW

H.B. No. 0021         Commercial vehicle fees.

Sponsored By:         Joint Transportation,      Highways   and   Military   Affairs
                      Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to commercial vehicles; providing an increase in the
overweight commercial vehicle single permit fee as specified; providing an
increase in the overweight commercial vehicle per ton fee as specified;
providing an increase in the minimum fee for an overweight vehicle permit;
and providing for an effective date.

12/19/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Childers, Diercks, Edmonds,
Gingery, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Conflicts: Representative(s) Cohee and Jones
Ayes 47    Nays 10    Excused 1     Absent 0 Conflicts 2

2/13/2008    H08 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/13/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0021HS001/FAILED
Page 2-line 2           Delete "twenty-five dollars".
Page 2-line 3           Delete "($25.00)" insert "thirty dollars ($30.00)".
Page 2-line 12          Delete "six cents ($.06)" insert "seven and one-half
                        cents ($.075)".
Page 2-line 16          Delete "forty dollars ($40.00)" insert "fifty dollars
                        ($50.00)". EDWARDS, CHAIRMAN

2/14/2008   H Passed CoW
2/15/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/18/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Diercks and Quarberg
Conflicts: Representative(s) Cohee and Jones
Ayes 55    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 2

2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/21/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0021SW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2           Delete "overweight" insert "oversize".    VON FLATERN

2/25/2008   S Passed CoW
2/26/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008   H Did Concur

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,



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Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,  Throne,   Wallis,       Warren,      White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Philp and Quarberg
Conflicts: Representative(s) Cohee and Jones
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 2

2/28/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0011
2/29/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0011
2/29/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0011
3/4/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0011
3/4/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0023     Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0022             Failure to observe road closure.

Sponsored By:             Representative(s) Madden and Senator(s) Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to highways; increasing the fine for willfully failing to
observe a road closure; and providing for an effective date.

12/21/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Miller, Philp, Shepperson, Teeters and
Wallis
Ayes 54    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    H   Placed   on General File
2/19/2008    H   Passed   CoW
2/20/2008    H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/21/2008    H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Philp, Shepperson and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White


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Ayes 54     Nays 4    Excused 1     Absent 1     Conflicts 0

2/21/2008    S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/26/2008    S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008    S Placed on General File
2/26/2008    S Passed CoW

HB0022S2001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2            After "closure;" insert "providing an exception;".
Page 1-line 10           After "markers" insert "; destination exception".
Page 1-line 12           Before "Any" insert "Except as provided by this
                         subsection,".
Page 2-line 3            After "imprisonment." insert "Traffic for local
                         destinations   may  bypass   road   closed  signs  if
                         conditions between the sign and the destination are
                         visibly safe.". SCOTT

2/27/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0022S3001/ADOPTED
Delete the Scott Second Reading Amendment (HB0022S2001/A) entirely.   BURNS

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Burns, Case, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Job, Johnson, Landen,
Larson, Massie, Mockler, Peterson, Ross, Sessions and Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Hines,
Jennings, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Schiffer, Scott, Townsend and Vasey
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 15    Nays 14    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008    S Failed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Burns, Fecht, Hastert, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen,
Massie, Mockler, Schiffer, Sessions and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Geis,
Hines, Larson, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Scott, Townsend and
Vasey
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 12    Nays 17    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0023         Tax   exemptions         and   distribution     of      tax
                      revenues.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Gingery and Olsen

AN ACT relating to taxation; providing a limited exemption from property
taxation as specified; amending the sales and use tax distribution to offset
reduced tax revenues; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Failed Introduction




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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Berger, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Gingery, Iekel, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Olsen, Simpson, Wallis, White
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 16    Nays 44    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0024        Criminal      investigations   and   repeal   of   grand
                     jury.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Gingery

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; providing for subpoena power by
prosecutors during investigations; providing for disclosures to witnesses;
providing for undisclosed questioning; authorizing the appointment of
investigators hired by district attorneys as peace officers; repealing grand
jury authority; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Hales, Hallinan,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
McOmie, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Craft, Diercks,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hammons, Illoway, Jorgensen,
Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Simpson, Steward, Thompson and Warren
Ayes 40    Nays 20    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Buchanan, Gingery and Olsen
Nays:  Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Dockstader, Mercer, Shepperson and
Throne
Ayes 3   Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0025        School building plan review exception.

Sponsored By:        Select Committee on School Facilities

AN ACT relating to fire prevention and electrical safety; authorizing state
fire marshal to employ contract personnel; eliminating restriction on plan
review fees for school buildings; classifying school buildings as state
buildings for purposes of local enforcement; and providing for an effective
date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned


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2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/18/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/19/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/20/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/22/2008   S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0004
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0004
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0004



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3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0004
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0004   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0026         School finance-maintenance-operations.

Sponsored By:         Joint Education Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to school finance; clarifying the maintenance and operations
component within the education resource block grant model for application
commencing school year 2008-2009 and thereafter; providing exceptions; and
providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gingery,
Goggles, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Blake, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Hales, Hallinan, Harvey, Jaggi, Jones, Meyer, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen,   Shepperson,  Stubson,    Thompson, Throne,   Wallis, Warren  and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 37    Nays 22    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0027         Resident contractor preference law.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee on School Facilities

AN ACT relating to public works and contracts; restricting application of
resident contractor preference in bidding public construction project
contracts as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Esquibel, F. and Harvey




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Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Lockhart, Meyer, Quarberg and
Steward
Excused: Representative(s) Hammons
Ayes 2    Nays 6    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0028        Workforce training appropriation.

Sponsored By:        Joint Education Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to workforce training and development; appropriating funds
for start-up costs of workforce training programs; establishing an advisory
council appointed by the governor and comprised of industry representatives
to assist the community college commission in distributing funds to eligible
programs; defining training and prescribing eligibility criteria parameters;
granting rulemaking authority; providing an administrative appropriation; and
providing for effective dates.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Gilmore,
Goggles, Hammons, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Slater, Thompson,
Throne and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,
Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 17    Nays 42    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0029        Fuel tax.

Sponsored By:        Joint Transportation,   Highways    and   Military   Affairs
                     Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to fuel tax; increasing the gasoline and diesel fuel taxation
rate as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Craft, Edwards,
Hales, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden, Millin, Slater, Throne, Warren and
White
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 16    Nays 43    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0



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H.B. No. 0030            Modernization of court procedures.

Sponsored By:            Joint Judiciary Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to courts; amending procedures for courts as specified;
eliminating the duty of circuit courts to prepare affidavits for specified
actions; correcting obsolete references; repealing qualifications for court
reporters; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart and Martin
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/13/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/14/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/15/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/25/2008   S01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0030SS001/ADOPTED



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Page 3-line 18           Delete "July 1, 2008" insert "immediately upon
                         completion of all acts necessary for a bill to become
                         law as provided by Article 4, Section 8 of the
                         Wyoming Constitution". ROSS, CHAIRMAN

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Bebout, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Jennings,
Landen, Massie, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Burns, Case, Coe, Geis, Hines, Job, Johnson,
Larson, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer and
Townsend
Ayes 13    Nays 17    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Passed CoW
2/27/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 29    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008   H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0016
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0016
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0016
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0016
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0027   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0031         Medical safety event reporting.

Sponsored By:         Joint  Labor,   Health   and   Social   Services   Interim
                      Committee

AN ACT relating to public health and safety; authorizing the department of
health to define safety events for purposes of mandatory reporting by health
care facilities as specified; granting rulemaking authority; repealing a list
of reportable safety events; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10



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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H10 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan,     Harvey,   Iekel,
Landon, Lubnau, Millin and Steward
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/22/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0005
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0005
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0005
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0005
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number




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Chapter No. 0005   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0032         Vehicle sales and use tax.

Sponsored By:         Joint Revenue Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to vehicle sales and use tax; requiring the titling of
certain vehicles; requiring the buyer and seller in a private sale to sign
and attest to the sales price paid before a notary public; removing the
prohibition of certain vendors of vehicles from collecting and remitting
sales and use tax on the sale of those vehicles; requiring county treasurers
to collect sales and use tax from private sales of vehicles and other vehicle
transfers that are not collected by a vendor; exempting sales of vehicles to
residents of other states from the sales tax; repealing the interest and
civil fees for delinquent sales tax; and providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Davison, Illoway, Landon, Madden, McOmie, Miller, Olsen,
Simpson, Stubson, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Lockhart,   Lubnau,  Mercer,   Meyer,   Millin,   Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis and White
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 20    Nays 39    Excused 1     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0033         Veteran's property tax exemption.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Illoway, Anderson, R., Bagby, Brown,
                      Buchanan, Edwards and Lockhart and Senator(s) Cooper,
                      Johnson, Larson, Peterson and Schiffer

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for ownership of property
to qualify for the veteran's property tax exemption as specified; amending
qualifying dates for claiming the exemption; providing an appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

1/2/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass



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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0033HS001/FAILED
Page 1-line 4              After "exemption;" insert "adding an additional group
                           of veterans eligible for the exemption;".
Page 1-line 9              After "(iv)" insert "and by creating a new paragraph
                           (viii)".
Page 2-after line 17       Insert:
                                 "(viii)   An honorably discharged veteran who
                           served in the military service of the United States
                           between January 1, 1955 to February 27, 1961.".
                           ANDERSON, R., CHAIRMAN

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0033H2001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 8              Before "contract" insert "valid and effective";
                           delete "real" insert "the".
Page 3-line 9              After "and" insert "evidence of". STUBSON

2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/26/2008   S03 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Jennings, Mockler and Ross
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Placed on General File
2/26/2008   S Rereferred to S2
2/28/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Peterson and Townsend
Nays: Senator(s) Meier and Nicholas
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/29/2008   S Passed CoW




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HB0033S2001/ADOPTED  (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 4           After     "exemption;"    insert    "providing     an
                        appropriation;".
Page 3-After line 10    Insert and renumber:
      "Section 2. There is appropriated from the general fund to the state
treasurer two million nine hundred thousand dollars ($2,900,000.00).     This
appropriation shall be for the period beginning with the effective date of
this act and ending June 30, 2010. This appropriation shall only be expended
for the purpose of reimbursing local governments for the exemptions provided
under section 1 of this act. When it appears to the state treasurer that the
monies appropriated are insufficient to reimburse counties as provided
herein, the money available shall be prorated among the counties at an amount
less than one hundred percent (100%).".
Page 3-line 12          Delete "2" insert "3". NICHOLAS

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Excused: Senator(s) Burns and Schiffer
Ayes 27    Nays 1    Excused 2   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/4/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Madden
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0038
3/5/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0038
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0038
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0038
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0062   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




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H.B. No. 0034        Tuition-dependents of disabled firefighters and
                     EMTs.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Walsh, Bagby, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
                     K., Slater and White and Senator(s) Cooper, Fecht and
                     Peterson

AN ACT relating to education; providing free tuition and fees for dependents
of disabled firefighters and emergency medical technicians as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

1/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote
2/11/2008   H Bill Withdrawn

H.B. No. 0035        Underage drinking.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)   Gingery,    Warren   and      White   and
                     Senator(s) Fecht and Sessions

AN ACT relating to alcohol; creating an offense for persons under age twenty-
one (21) years who attempt or gain admittance to liquor dispensing rooms or
drive-in liquor areas as specified; expanding offenses for persons under the
age of twenty-one (21) years who possess or consume alcohol; providing
penalties; providing for prima facie evidence; providing a definition;
limiting possession or consumption of alcohol by a person under the age of
twenty-one (21) years in the presence of a parent or guardian as specified;
and providing for an effective date.

1/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery,
Hales, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, McOmie,
Mercer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Craft, Davison,
Diercks, Gilmore, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 36    Nays 24    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0036        Uniform law on notarial acts.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Gingery,   Brown,   Buchanan,    Esquibel,
                     F., Lubnau and Petersen

AN ACT relating to notaries and notarial acts; adopting the uniform law on
notarial   acts; amending  conflicting  statutes;  repealing  the   Wyoming
Acknowledgment Act; repealing superseded statutes; and providing for an
effective date.

1/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction



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2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H Placed on General File
2/15/2008   H Passed CoW
2/18/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0036H3001/ADOPTED
Page 5-line 8           Delete "corporation or a joint-stock association"
                        insert "business entity".
Page 5-line 9           Delete "president or other" insert "person".
Page 5-line 10          Delete "official".
Page 5-line 11          Delete "corporation or association" insert "business
                        entity".
Page 5-line 15          Delete "corporation or association" insert "business
                        entity".
Page 5-line 16          Delete "corporation or" insert "entity pursuant to
                        his".
Page 5-line 17          Delete "association by the" after "authority" delete
                        balance of the line and insert "to do so".
Page 5-line 18          Delete "trustees thereof"; delete "officer" insert
                        "person".
Page 5-line 19          Delete "corporation or association" insert "business
                        entity".
Page 5-line 21          Delete "corporation or association." insert "business
                        entity.   For purposes of this subsection "business
                        entity" means corporation, limited liability company,
                        partnership or other entity, whether for profit or
                        not for profit, authorized to be formed under title
                        17 of the Wyoming statutes or the laws of another
                        state that are the functional equivalent.". BROWN

2/19/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/20/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/20/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/25/2008   S04 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0036SS001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 9           Delete "34-26-110" insert "34-26-109".
Page 4-line 3           Delete "34-26-110" insert "34-26-109".
Page 19-line 20         Before "a valid" insert "be".
Page 20-lines 2 through 7     Delete and renumber. COE, CHAIRMAN

2/26/2008   S Passed CoW
2/27/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and
Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Mockler and Ross
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 26     Nays 3   Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008   H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0017
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0017
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0017
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0017
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0020   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0037         Senior citizen property tax relief program.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Hammons, Bagby, Dockstader, Madden and
                      Martin and Senator(s) Aullman, Geis and Vasey

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a property tax
exemption for senior citizens as specified; providing administration and
procedures; providing definitions; providing an appropriation; providing for
applicability; requiring a report; and providing for an effective date.


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1/10/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer,
Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Thompson, Throne,
Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Edwards, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Jones,
Jorgensen, Lockhart, McOmie, Miller, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Steward, Teeters, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 33    Nays 27    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Suspended Rules 24-12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Gingery, Jorgensen, Landon, Quarberg
and Teeters
Ayes 54     Nays 6   Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Reconsidered

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne,
Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Gingery, Hallinan, Jorgensen, Philp,
Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 50    Nays 10    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer,
Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Buchanan, Childers, Gingery, Hallinan,
Jones, Jorgensen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 47    Nays 13    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008 Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                     ROLL CALL



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Ayes: Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Gilmore and Madden
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Lubnau, Miller, Semlek, Stubson and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 3    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0038         Medicaid-provider reimbursements.

Sponsored By:         Joint  Labor,    Health   and   Social    Services    Interim
                      Committee

AN ACT relating to Medicaid; providing for regular revision of provider
reimbursement schedules as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/10/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne,   Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart and Martin
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan
Ayes 57    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0     Conflicts 1

2/12/2008   H10 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Iekel,         Landon,   Millin   and
Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Harvey
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan
Ayes 6    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 1

2/12/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0038HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 13          Delete "establish" insert "propose".
Page 1-line 15          After "recent" insert "employment data, including
                        vacancies, numbers of applicants, market factors,
                        delivery of services data, usual and customary
                        charges for the services and other".      LANDON,
                        CHAIRMAN

2/14/2008   H Passed CoW
2/15/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0038H3001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 16          After "department." insert "The new reimbursement
                        schedule shall not apply to those providers who have
                        or will have a reimbursement system to cover
                        increases in costs for Medicaid services.". HARVEY



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2/18/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 1

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/25/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Placed on General File
2/26/2008   S Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Bebout, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Jennings,
Landen, Massie, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Burns, Case, Coe, Geis, Hines, Job, Johnson,
Larson, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer and
Townsend
Ayes 13    Nays 17    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0039        Workers compensation amendments.

Sponsored By:        Joint  Labor,   Health    and   Social   Services   Interim
                     Committee

AN ACT relating to the Wyoming Worker's Compensation Act; authorizing
elective coverage for corporate officers, limited liability company members,
partners and sole proprietors as specified; amending premium tax eligibility
and distribution criteria; and providing for an effective date.

1/10/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Childers, Gingery, Hallinan, Harvey,
Iekel, Madden, Olsen, Semlek, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman,
Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie,
Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Warren and White
Ayes 15    Nays 45     Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0040        Schools-compulsory attendance.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Hammons, Buchanan, Illoway, Jaggi and
                     McOmie and Senator(s) Anderson, J. and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to compulsory school attendance; modifying compulsory
attendance requirements; expanding exemptions; and providing for an effective
date.

1/10/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Diercks, Edmonds, Gingery,
Jones, Landon, Madden, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Semlek, Teeters and Wallis
Ayes 46    Nays 14    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Jaggi and McOmie
Nays: Representative(s) Diercks, Goggles, Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 4   Nays 5    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0041        Cigarette wholesalers.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Landon, Gingery, Iekel, Madden     and
                     Millin and Senator(s) Burns, Fecht and Schiffer

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; amending the discount of cigarette
stamps sold to wholesalers as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Edmonds, Jones, Philp, Quarberg,
Semlek and Teeters
Ayes 52    Nays 8    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL



                                       115
Ayes: Representative(s) Lubnau, Madden, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:  Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Miller      and
Semlek
Ayes 4   Nays 5    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0042         Constituent service allowance.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Landon, Berger, Jorgensen, Lubnau,
                      McOmie, Simpson and Zwonitzer, Dn. and Senator(s) Burns
                      and Schiffer

AN ACT relating to the legislature; authorizing payment of unexpended
constituent service allowances in subsequent quarters; limiting annual amount
of the allowance; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H12 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan, Cohee, Diercks,
Hammons, Illoway, Landon, Lubnau, Martin, Philp, Simpson and Thompson
Ayes 13    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0042HW001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 18          Delete "July 1, 2008" insert "immediately upon
                        completion of all acts necessary for a bill to become
                        law as provided by Article 4, Section 8 of the
                        Wyoming Constitution.". ILLOWAY

2/22/2008   H Passed CoW
2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,



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Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,      Thompson,   Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008    S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S02
2/28/2008    S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008    S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.B. No. 0043         Penalties for domestic violence.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Berger,   Bagby,   Brown,   Davison,
                      Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Harvey, Millin,
                      Shepperson, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis and Warren
                      and Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Jennings, Job, Massie,
                      Mockler, Perkins and Peterson

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; increasing penalties for domestic
violence offenses as specified; providing for calculation of time periods for
purposes of penalties; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008    H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0043HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2              After ";" insert "providing for calculation of time
                           periods for purposes of penalties;".
Page   1-line 7            Delete "(e)"; after "(ii)" insert "and by creating a
                           new paragraph (iii)".
Page   1-lines 12 through 16     Delete entirely.
Page   2-lines 1 through 7       Delete entirely.
Page   2-line 22           After "for not" insert "less than seven (7) days
                           nor"; reinsert stricken "one".



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Page 2-line 23         Reinsert all stricken language and delete all new
                       language.
Page 2-line 24         Delete "($5,000.00)"; after "both" insert ", and
                       shall not be eligible for probation, suspension of
                       sentence or release on any other basis until he has
                       served at least seven (7) days in jail".
Page 3-line 18         After "both" strike "." insert ";".
Page 3-After line 18   Insert:
            "(iii) For the purposes of calculating penalties under this
subsection, the time periods shall be based on the dates that the charged
offenses occurred, not on the dates of the convictions for those offenses.".
BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0043H3001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 24          In the standing committee amendment (HB0043HS001/A)
                        to this line after "probation" delete "," insert
                        "or"; delete "or release on any other basis".
                        SIMPSON

HB0043H3002/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 2-line 24           In the standing committee amendment (HB0043HS001/A)
                         to this line after "probation" insert "except upon
                         terms    including   mandatory   anger   management
                         counseling,". BRECHTEL

2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/29/2008   S01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

HB0043SS001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 1           Delete "increasing" insert "amending".
Page 2-line 8           After "member" insert "for an offense occurring".
Page 2-line 10          Delete new language.
Page 2-lines 12 through 15    Delete new language.
Page 3-line 6           After "member" insert "for an offense occurring".
Page 3-lines 8 and 9    Reinsert stricken language and delete new language.
Page 3-line 10          Delete through "($10,000.00)". ROSS, CHAIRMAN

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File
3/3/2008    S Passed CoW



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3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Not Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne,   Wallis, Warren,  White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison, Martin and Philp
Ayes 0    Nays 57    Excused 3    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    H Appointed JCC01 Members
            Representative(s) Throne, Gingery, Shepperson
3/6/2008    S Appointed JCC01 Members
            Senator(s) Perkins, Fecht, Sessions

H.B. No. 0044        Crime victims' compensation.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)   Berger,  Bagby,   Brown,   Diercks,
                     Dockstader, Gingery, Harvey, Olsen, Petersen, Thompson,
                     Throne and Warren and Senator(s) Anderson, J., Decaria,
                     Fecht and Massie

AN ACT relating to the Crime Victims Compensation Act; increasing the
surcharge assessed in certain criminal cases as specified; authorizing the
victim services division of the attorney general's office to initiate
contempt and collection proceedings as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Mercer, Simpson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 57    Nays 3   Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicfts 0

2/14/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass



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                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicfts 0

2/14/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0044HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2           Delete entirely.
Page 1-line 3           Delete the line through ";".
Page 1-line 12          Delete "1-40-114(a) and".
Page 1-line 13          Delete "are" insert "is".
Page 1-line 15          Delete entirely.
Page 2-lines 1 through 14     Delete entirely. BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW
2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Hallinan, Lubnau and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 55    Nays 5    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicfts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/27/2008   S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicfts 0

2/27/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/28/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/29/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/3/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Burns, Case, Johnson, Nicholas, Perkins and Scott
Ayes 24    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicfts 0

3/3/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0026
3/3/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0026
3/4/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0026
3/5/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0026
3/5/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0049    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




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H.B. No. 0045            Film incentive program-authority.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Berger,  Brown,   Childers,  Davison,
                         Gingery, Harvey, Iekel, Lubnau, Petersen, Thompson and
                         Throne and Senator(s) Coe, Fecht, Mockler and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to film incentives; transferring film industry financial
incentive program to the board of tourism; providing a definition; specifying
legislative intent; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excuse 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H09 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey, Lockhart,
Meyer, Quarberg and Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excuse 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/19/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/20/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel and Dockstader
Excuse: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excuse 1     Absent 1    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/22/2008   S09 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht, Larson and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excuse 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0



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2/22/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and Von
Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Johnson, Perkins and Townsend
Ayes 26    Nays 4   Excuse 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0006
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0006
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0006
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0006
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0006    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0046            Abuse of animals.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Berger, Blake, Brown, Craft, Davison,
                         Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gilmore, Gingery,
                         Harvey, Illoway, Jennings, Jorgensen, Martin, Millin,
                         Quarberg, Thompson, Throne, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
                         and Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Fecht, Hastert, Job,
                         Larson, Massie, Mockler, Perkins, Peterson, Ross and
                         Sessions

AN ACT relating to abuse of animals; increasing penalties relating to cruelty
to animal offenses; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin,
McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Davison, Jaggi, Jones,
Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson and Teeters
Ayes 48    Nays 12    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0046HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4               After "officers" insert "as specified;".


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Page 1-line 9           After "6-3-203(e)," insert "and (n), 11-29-101(a) by
                        creating a new paragraph (iv) and renumbering (iv) as
                        (v),".
Page 2-line 5           Delete ":"; reinsert stricken "a subsequent offense".
Page 2-line 7           Reinsert stricken "is a high misdemeanor punishable
                        by not".
Page 2-lines 8 and 9    Reinsert stricken language.
Page 2-lines 11 through 22     Delete entirely.
Page 2-After line 22    Insert:
      "(n)   A person commits a felony if he commits aggravated cruelty to
animals as defined in subsection (c) of this section or knowingly and with
intent to cause death, injury or undue suffering, cruelly beats, tortures,
torments, injures or mutilates an animal resulting in the death or required
euthanasia of the animal. A felony under this subsection or subsection (c) of
this section is punishable by not more than two (2) years imprisonment, a
fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), or both.
      11-29-101. Definitions.
      (a) As used in this act:
            (iv) "Livestock" means as defined in W.S. 11-20-101(a)(iv);
            (iv) (v) "This act" means W.S. 11-29-101 through 11-29-113.".
Page 3-lines 4 and 5    Delete all new language.
Page 3-line 7           After "presence." Insert "Any municipal or county
                        animal control officer may lawfully interfere to
                        prevent the perpetration in his presence of any act
                        of cruelty upon any domesticated animal.       If the
                        domesticated animal is livestock, the municipal or
                        county animal control officer shall immediately
                        notify a peace officer or an agent or officer of the
                        board.".
Page 3-lines 18 and 19 Delete all new language.
Page 3-line 20          After "treated" insert "Any municipal or county
                        animal control officer may take charge of any
                        domesticated animal found abandoned, neglected or
                        cruelly treated.      If the domesticated animal is
                        livestock, the municipal or county animal control
                        officer shall immediately notify a peace officer or
                        an agent or officer of the board.".
Page 3-line 21          Strike "He" insert "Any peace officer, municipal or
                        county animal control officer or agent or officer of
                        the board taking charge of any animal".      CHILDERS,
                        CHAIRMAN

HB0046HW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2           Delete "providing for".
Page 1-line 3           Delete entirely.
Page 1-line 4           Delete the line through "officers;" including the
                        standing committee amendment (HB0046HS001/A) to this
                        line.
Page 1-line 9           After "6-3-203(e)" delete balance of line including
                        the standing committee amendment (HB0046HS001/A) to
                        this line and insert "and (n)".
Page 1-line 10          Delete the line through "are" insert "is".
Page 2-After line 22    Delete     the    standing      committee   amendment
                        (HB0046HS001/A) to this line and insert:
      "(n)   A person commits a felony if he commits aggravated cruelty to
animals as defined in subsection (c) of this section or knowingly and with
intent to cause death, injury or undue suffering, cruelly beats, tortures,
torments, injures or mutilates an animal resulting in the death or required
euthanasia of the animal. A felony under this subsection or subsection (c) of
this section is punishable by not more than two (2) years imprisonment, a
fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), or both."



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Page 3-lines 1 through 24     Delete   entirely    including   the    standing
                        committee amendment (HB0046HS001/A) to these lines.
Page 4-lines 1 through 15     Delete entirely. JAGGI, BERGER, BROWN, OLSEN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/26/2008   S06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Coe, Massie and Mockler
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/26/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/27/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 29    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0012
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0012
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0012
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0012
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0019    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0047            Long term care access.

Sponsored By:            Joint  Labor,     Health   and   Social   Services   Interim
                         Committee

AN ACT relating to the Wyoming Long Term Care Choices Act; authorizing a
statewide network of aging and disability resource centers as specified;
granting rulemaking authority; authorizing amendments to the state Medicaid
plan; providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.



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1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Craft, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Iekel, Landon,
Madden, McOmie, Meyer and Thompson
Nays: Representative(s) Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks,
Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lubnau, Mercer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart and Martin
Ayes 18    Nays 40    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0048         State loan and investment board loans.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Berger, Dockstader, Goggles, Harshman,
                      Iekel, Landon, Madden, Millin, Petersen, Philp and
                      Simpson and Senator(s) Burns, Coe, Geis, Schiffer and
                      Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to state loan and investment board loans; including the
University of Wyoming as an entity authorized to receive certain loans;
increasing total loan amount authorized to be made to joint powers boards and
other entities; modifying interest requirement; clarifying and specifying
limitation on grants made in connection with certain loans; making conforming
amendments; and providing for an effective date.

1/14/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Davison and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 58    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H09 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey, Lockhart,
Meyer and Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Edmonds and Quarberg
Ayes 7    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0048HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 5           After    "entities;"   insert   "modifying    interest
                        requirement;"
Page 2-line 11          Strike "may" insert "shall".


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Page 2-line 14          Strike "six percent".
Page 2-line 15          Strike the line through "(12%)" insert "four percent
                        (4%)". LOCKHART, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/27/2008   S09 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht and Vasey
Nays: Senator(s) Larson
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0048SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 17           Delete "four".
Page 2-line 18           Delete "percent (4%)" insert "the average rate of
                         return realized on all permanent mineral trust fund
                         investments as determined by the state treasurer for
                         the five (5) calendar years immediately preceding the
                         year in which the loan is made". COOPER, CHAIRMAN

2/28/2008   S Passed CoW
2/29/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
3/3/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Jennings, Job, Landen, Massie, Meier, Mockler, Peterson, Ross,
Schiffer, Scott and Sessions
Nays:   Senator(s) Bebout, Case, Hines, Johnson, Larson, Nicholas, Perkins,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 20    Nays 10    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/3/2008    H Did Concur

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,



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Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hammons, Landon and Steward
Ayes 57    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0028
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0028
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0028
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0028
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0060   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0049         Juvenile courts procedures.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Buchanan and Senator(s) Ross

AN ACT relating to juveniles; repealing the right to a jury trial in juvenile
actions; amending the maximum time in which a juvenile matter may be
adjudicated as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/15/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0050         Restoration of rights.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Warren, Bagby, Craft, Esquibel,    F.,
                      Esquibel, K., Jorgensen, Throne and Zwonitzer, Dn.

AN ACT relating to restoration of rights lost as a result of a         felony
conviction; modifying eligibility requirements for restoration of      voting
rights as specified; requiring that persons be provided with

1/15/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Craft, Davison,
Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gingery, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Madden,
Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Slater, Steward, Teeters and White
Ayes 39    Nays 21     Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0051            Multiple special handicapped license plates.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Edwards, Brown, Hammons, Lockhart,
                         McOmie, Miller, Quarberg and Simpson and Senator(s)
                         Anderson J., Bebout, Coe, Landen and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to motor vehicle registration; providing for the issuance of
multiple special handicapped license plates for each vehicle registered in
the name of an eligible applicant; repealing a conflicting provision; and
providing for an effective date.

1/15/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/28/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW


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H.B. No. 0052         Developmental             programs-cost             based
                      reimbursements.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee on Developmental Programs

AN ACT relating to Medicaid; authorizing      a cost based payment system for
providers of services and supplies under      home and community based waiver
programs for persons with developmental       disabilities and acquired brain
injury; granting rulemaking authority;       providing an appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

1/17/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Illoway, Jones and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 55    Nays 4    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H10 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan,       Harvey,   Iekel,
Landon, Lubnau, Millin and Steward
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/19/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0  Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0052HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 20           Delete "biennial".
Page 2–line 21           After "period." insert "When a new base period is
                         established,".
Page 2-line 22           Delete "include in its budget submittal a request"
                         insert "submit a biennial or supplemental budget
                         request". LANDON, CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,



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Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,  Throne,   Wallis,  Warren,  White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Shepperson
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/27/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/27/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/29/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S   Placed   on General File
3/3/2008    S   Passed   CoW
3/4/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0043
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0043
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0043
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0043
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0099    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0053            Garnishees' administrative fees.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Dockstader,   Esquibel   K.,   Jaggi   and
                         Petersen

AN ACT relating to garnishment of wages; authorizing an employer garnishee to
deduct a fee for processing the writ of garnishment as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

1/17/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                      ROLL CALL



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Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gilmore, Goggles, Meyer, Millin, Steward, Warren and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 52    Nays 7    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H    Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H    Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H    Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H    Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/28/2008   S06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Coe and Massie
Excused: Senator(s) Mockler
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0053SW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 17               After "($10.00)" insert "or one-quarter (1/4) of the
                             garnishment, whichever is less,".
Page 2-line 13               After "($10.00)" insert "or one-quarter (1/4) of the
                             garnishment, whichever is less,". BURNS

2/29/2008   S Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Cooper, Jennings, Peterson, Schiffer and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Case, Coe, Decaria, Fecht, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Ross, Scott, Sessions and Townsend



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Excused:    Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 6      Nays 22    Excused 2    Absent 0       Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0054             Natural gas valuation.

Sponsored By:             Joint Revenue Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the valuation of
certain natural gas for taxation purposes; providing definitions; amending
related    provisions;    providing   reporting     requirements; specifying
applicability; and providing for an effective date.

1/17/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H03 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008    H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008    H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008    H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008    H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/26/2008    S03 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case, Jennings, Mockler and Ross
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008    S Placed on General File
2/27/2008    S Passed CoW
2/28/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading


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2/29/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Meier
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 27    Nays 1    Excused 2   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0019
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0019
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0019
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0019
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0028   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0055         Water well      drilling     and     pump     installation
                      licensure.

Sponsored By:         Joint Agriculture, State and       Public   Lands   and   Water
                      Resources Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to water well drilling contractors and water well pump
installation   contractors;  providing  for   licensure;   providing  certain
exemptions; establishing licensing procedures; providing for fees; providing
for examinations and continuing education requirements; providing for
reciprocity; providing for license revocation and suspension; providing
penalties; making conforming amendments; providing for the redistribution of
certain funds; providing a sunset for certain provisions; creating an account
to administer the board of examining water well drilling contractors and
water well pump installation contractors as specified; providing for a
continuous appropriation; repealing certain reciprocity provisions; and
providing for an effective date.

1/18/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Landon, Lubnau, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp,
Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Buchanan, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Hales, Hallinan, Jorgensen, Madden, Martin, Miller, Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek,
Shepperson, Teeters and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart
Ayes 42    Nays 17    Excused 1     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H05 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Edmonds, Samuelson and Zwonitzer,
Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Semlek, Teeters and Wallis



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Excused:    Representative(s) Diercks
Ayes 5      Nays 3    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0055HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 8           After "provisions;" insert "creating an account to
                        administer the board of examining water well drilling
                        contractors   and    water   well   pump  installation
                        contractors as specified; providing for a continuous
                        appropriation;".
Page 1-line 14          Delete "33-42-116" insert "33-42-117".
Page 5-After line 14    Insert and renumber:
       "33-42-116. Account; expenditures.
The water well contractors account is created. The funds provided under W.S.
9-1-904(b) and 33-42-109(d) shall be continuously appropriated and deposited
into the account.     Any interest earned on amounts deposited within the
account shall be credited to the account.       Expenditures from the account
created under this section shall be for the administration, operation and
management of the board of examining water well drilling contractors and
water well pump installation contractors.".
Page 5-line 16          Delete "33-42-116" insert "33-42-117".
Page 5-line 23          After "W.S." insert "9-1-904 by creating a new
                        subsection (b),".
Page 5-line 24          After "33-42-104(c)," insert "33-42-105(d),".
Page 6-After line 3     Insert:
       "9-1-904. Collection of fees.
       (b) An amount not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25.00) of the fees
collected under subparagraphs (a)(v)(A) and (D) of this section shall be
deposited into the account created under W.S. 33-42-116 for wells which
require the use of a licensed well driller pursuant to W.S. 33-42-103.".
Page 6-line 9           Delete "33-42-116" insert "33-42-117".
Page 8-After line 18    Insert:
       "33-42-105. Organization of board; meetings; quorum; disposition of
funds.
       (d) Fees collected by the board shall be paid into the state treasury
and credited to an account created under W.S. 33-42-116 which shall be used
by the board to defray costs incurred in the administration of this act. The
board shall not maintain unnecessary fund balances.".
Page 11-After line 21   Insert:
       "(d) All fees collected under this section shall be deposited into the
account created under W.S. 33-42-116.".
Renumber as necessary. SAMUELSON, CHAIRMAN

HB0055HW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 8            Before   "providing"   insert    "providing  for   the
                         redistribution of certain funds;".
Page 5-After line 14     Delete     the    standing      committee    amendment
                         (HB0055HS001/A) to this line and insert:
       "33-42-116. Account; expenditures.
The water well contractors account is created.       Funds provided under W.S.
9-1-904(b), 33-42-105(d) and 33-42-109(d) shall be deposited into the
account.    Income earned on amounts within the account shall be credited to
the account. Funds in the account are continuously appropriated to the board
for the operation and management of the board and the administration of this
act.".
Page 6-After line 3      In the standing committee amendment (HB0055HS001/A)
                         to this line, after "(b)" delete "An" insert "The
                         state engineer shall specify by rule and regulation
                         an"; After "this section" delete "shall" insert "to".
Page 14-After line 6     Insert:



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      "Section 4. Any fees collected by the board and remaining in the
account pursuant to W.S. 33-42-105(d) prior to the effective date of this act
shall be transferred to the account created under W.S. 33-42-116.".
Page 14-line 8          Delete "4." insert "5.". SAMUELSON

HB0055HW002/FAILED
Page 1-line 4              After "procedures;" insert "amending and".
Page 3-line 12             After "well" insert "or drilling a well".
Page 3-line 13             After "him" insert "or the land of another person if
                           no compensation is provided".
Page 10-line 11            Strike "two".
Page 10-line 12            Strike   "hundred  dollars   ($200.00)"   insert "one
                           hundred dollars ($100.00)".
Page 10-line 13            Strike "two hundred dollars ($200.00)" insert "one
                           hundred dollars ($100.00)".
Page 11-line 2             Delete "two hundred dollars ($200.00)" insert "one
                           hundred dollars ($100.00)".
Page 11-line 3             Delete "two hundred dollars ($200.00)" insert "one
                           hundred dollars ($100.00)". TEETERS

2/13/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0055H2001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 12             After "well" insert "or drilling a well".
Page 3-line 13             After "him" insert "or the land of another person if
                           no compensation is provided". TEETERS

2/14/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0055H3001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 13             After "him" and before the Teeters second reading
                           amendment (HB0055H2001/A) to this line insert "or on
                           which he is employed on a regular basis,". TEETERS

HB0055H3002/FAILED
Page 3-line 12             Delete   the   Teeters    second   reading   amendment
                           (HB0055H2001/A) to this line.
Page 3-line 13             Delete   the   Teeters    second   reading   amendment
                           (HB0055H2001/A) to this line.    ZWONITZER, DN, BLAKE,
                           THRONE

2/13/2008   H Failed Request to lay back pursuant to 9-3

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Craft,   Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Steward, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson R., Brechtel, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery,
Hales, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, McOmie, Mercer, Miller,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Teeters, Wallis, Warren and White
Ayes 27    Nays 33    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Childers,
Craft, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Landon, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Samuelson,



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Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Cohee, Davison, Diercks,
Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Miller, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Teeters, Wallis and Warren
Ayes 31    Nays 29    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/22/2008   S05 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0055SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 3-line 17           After "well" delete balance of line.
Page 3-line 18           Delete "well"; after "him" insert "or".
Page 3-line 19           After "basis" insert ";" delete balance of line.
Page 3-line 20           Delete.
Page 6-line 24           After "collected" insert "for each application for a
                         permit". GEIS, CHAIRMAN

2/26/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0055S2001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 18           After "Any" insert "Wyoming".   AULLMAN

2/27/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0055S3001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 3-lines 19 and 20 Delete   the  Senate   Standing  Committee   Amendment
                       (HB0055SS001/AE) to these lines. MEIER

2/28/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend,
Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case and Scott
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 27    Nays 2     Excused 1   Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008   H Did Not Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Berger, Blake, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Hales, Hammons, Illoway, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Samuelson, Steward,
Thompson, Throne, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer,
Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Teeters, Wallis and White



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Ayes 26     Nays 34       Excused 0    Absent 0       Conflicts 0

2/28/2008    H Appointed JCC01 Members
             Representative(s) Diercks, Teeters, Zwonitzer, Dn.
2/29/2008    S Appointed JCC01 Members
             Senator(s) Geis, Scott, Vasey
3/5/2008     H Adopted HB0055JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie,
Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Miller, Quarberg and Zwonitzer Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 55    Nays 4   Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/6/2008     S Adopted HB0055JC01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and
Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Jennings and Scott
Excused: Senator(s) Coe and Larson
Ayes 25     Nays 3  Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0055JC01/AA ADOPTED
Adopt the following Senate amendments:
HB0055S2001/AE
HB0055SS001/AE
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0055S3001/AE
Further amend the ENGROSSED COPY as follows:
Page 3-line 23          Delete "." insert ";".
Page 3-After line 23    Insert:
"(iii) Drilling a well on land owned by him.".
Page 15-line 18         After "(d)" delete balance of line.
Page 15-line 19         Delete "are" insert "is".
DIERCKS, TEETERS, ZWONITZER, DN, SCOTT, GEIS, VASEY

3/6/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0058
3/7/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0058
3/7/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0058
3/12/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0058
3/12/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0089      Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




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H.B. No. 0056        Real      estate           disclosure-methamphetamine
                     laboratories.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Brechtel and Senator(s) Landen

AN ACT relating to real estate disclosures; requiring the disclosure of the
fact that property has been used for the production of methamphetamine; and
providing for an effective date.

1/18/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Buchanan, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Goggles, Hallinan,
Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Semlek, Simpson, Steward, Teeters, Thompson,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jones, McOmie,
Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Slater,
Stubson, Throne and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 35    Nays 25    Excused 0     Absent 0 Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0057        Emergency powers-right to bear arms.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)  Jaggi,   Brechtel,   Davison,   Iekel,
                     Illoway, Martin, McOmie, Petersen, Quarberg, Shepperson,
                     Stubson, Teeters and White and Senator(s) Case, Cooper,
                     Decaria, Fecht, Hines, Jennings, Peterson and Ross

AN ACT relating to homeland security; explicitly restricting the power to
confiscate   firearms   in   an  emergency;   providing exceptions; adding
definitions; and providing for an effective date.

1/18/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater,   Steward,  Stubson,   Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne, Wallis, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hales, Jorgensen and Warren
Ayes 57    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/14/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0057HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 14           Strike "or" insert ",".
Page 2-line 15           After "state" insert ", sheriffs, chiefs of police or
                         any   employee   or  agent  of   the  state  or   any
                         governmental   unit  within  the   state".  BUCHANAN,
                         CHAIRMAN

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW
2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Warren
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/27/2008   S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0057SW001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 13           Delete "or" insert ",".
Page 2-line 14           Delete "," insert "or".   ROSS

2/28/2008   S Passed CoW
2/29/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
3/3/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/3/2008    H Did Concur

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,




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Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,     Thompson,   Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0029
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0029
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0029
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0029
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0061   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0058         Safety belt violations.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Iekel, Bagby, Berger, Brown, Edwards,
                      Gingery, Hammons, Jaggi, Landon, McOmie, Petersen,
                      Thompson and Warren and Senator(s) Fecht, Sessions and
                      Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; removing restriction on stopping motor
vehicles solely for safety belt violations; and providing for an effective
date.

1/18/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Cohee, Craft,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, McOmie, Meyer,
Millin, Petersen, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Warren and White
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan, Childers, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Gilmore, Hallinan, Illoway, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 30    Nays 30    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0059         TANF amendments.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Martin, Berger, Jaggi, Throne and
                      Warren and Senator(s) Fecht, Hastert, Massie and Ross

AN   ACT   relating   to   the    personal   opportunities   with   employment
responsibilities program; increasing assistance levels and allowing for
annual adjustments; amending eligibility requirements by removing a limit on
the value of excluded motor vehicles; and providing for an effective date.

1/21/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,



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Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,         Thompson,   Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/21/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Placed on General File
2/25/2008   S Passed CoW
2/26/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0059S3001/FAILED
Page 1-line 4               Delete "removing a limit" insert "revising limits".
Page 4-line 1               Reinsert stricken language.
Page 4-line 2               Reinsert   stricken   "value  of   less   than";  after
                            stricken   "($15,000.00),"   insert   "twenty  thousand
                            dollars ($20,000.00)".
Page 4-line 7               Delete "."; reinsert stricken language.
Page 4-line 8               Reinsert stricken language through "exceed".
Page 4-line 9               After stricken "($15,000.00)" insert "forty thousand
                            dollars ($40,000.00)"; reinsert stricken "."; after
                            reinserted "." insert Beginning July 1, 2009 and
                            annually thereafter, the value of excluded vehicles
                            shall be adjusted for the percentage change in the
                            Wyoming cost-of-living index for the previous fiscal
                            year as determined by the division of economic
                            analysis of the department of administration and
                            information.". MEIER

HB0059S3003/FAILED
Page 2-line 8               Delete ":"; reinsert stricken language.
Page 2-lines 9 and 10       Reinsert stricken language.




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Page 2-line 11           Reinsert stricken "upon"; after reinserted "upon"
                         insert "a child born to"; reinsert stricken "the
                         assistance".
Page 2-lines 12 and 13   Reinsert stricken language. MEIER

2/27/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Job, Johnson,
Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and
Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Geis, Hines,
Jennings, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 17     Nays 13   Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0009
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0009
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0009
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0009
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0009   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0060         State legal action-NEPA and ESA.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Childers, Cohee, Olsen and Simpson and
                      Senator(s) Coe, Jennings and Vasey

AN ACT relating to federal natural resource policy; providing for the
investigation and initiation of legal action; providing the attorney general
the ability to seek legal remedies as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

1/22/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery, Hammons, Jorgensen, Landon, Millin, Throne,
Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 52    Nays 8    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Bagby, Olsen and Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery,      Mercer   and
Shepperson
Ayes 3     Nays 6  Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)




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H.B. No. 0061        Election judges.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Millin, Craft, Illoway and Lubnau and
                     Senator(s) Fecht and Sessions

AN ACT relating to elections; providing that election judges may work shifts
on election day; providing for excused absences for student election judges;
repealing conflicting statutes; and providing for an effective date.

1/23/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin,     Meyer,   Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0061HS001/FAILED
Page 1-line 1            After "elections;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 2            Delete line through "day;".
Page 1-line 3            Delete "repealing".
Page 1-line 4            Delete "conflicting statutes;".
Page 1-line 8            Delete "and 22-13-118 are" insert "is".
Page 2-lines 17 through 24     Delete entirely.
Page 3-lines 1 through 4             Delete entirely.
Page 3-line 6            Delete "3." Insert "2.". ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

2/18/2008   H Passed CoW
2/19/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin,
McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Jaggi and
Semlek
Ayes 54    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   S Received for Introduction


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2/20/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/28/2008   S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Decaria and Scott
Nays: Senator(s) Cooper and Larson
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.B. No. 0062        Illegal immigration.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)  Illoway,   Martin,   Petersen   and
                     Zwonitzer, Dn. and Senator(s) Anderson, J., Cooper and
                     Fecht

AN ACT relating to illegal immigration; establishing an offense for
transportation or concealment of illegal aliens; providing a penalty;
requiring certain employers to verify the citizenship status of employees;
requiring state agencies and political subdivisions to verify the citizenship
status of applicants for certain public benefits; requiring a report;
providing a cause of action against entities employing illegal aliens as
specified; authorizing the attorney general to negotiate a memorandum of
understanding regarding immigration with the appropriate federal agency;
establishing   rules  for   the   communication  of   information related  to
immigration status; requiring the determination of the immigration status of
certain prisoners; authorizing the establishment of the fraudulent documents
identification unit in the division of criminal investigation; requiring
certain   documentation   for   the   issuance  of  a    driver's license  or
identification card; requiring rulemaking; and providing for an effective
date.

1/23/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan, Childers, Cohee,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway,
Jaggi,   Jones,  Lockhart,    Lubnau,   Martin,  Mercer,  Petersen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Craft,
Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Philp, Semlek, Slater, Steward, Throne, Wallis and Warren
Ayes 30    Nays 30     Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0063        Driver services fees.

Sponsored By:        Joint Transportation,      Highways   and   Military   Affairs
                     Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to driver services; increasing driver's licenses fees and
other driver services fees as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/24/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction




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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Cohee, Diercks,
Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, McOmie, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Stubson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers, Craft,
Davison, Edmonds, Gingery, Goggles, Harvey, Jones, Lubnau, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Simpson, Steward, Teeters and Thompson
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 36    Nays 23    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0064            State auditor           employee   criminal   background
                         checks.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Philp,   Berger,   Harshman, Jones,
                         Jorgensen, Petersen and Warren and Senator(s) Job,
                         Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend

AN ACT relating to the state auditor; authorizing the state auditor to obtain
financial and criminal background checks as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

1/25/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/21/2008   S09 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht, Larson and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier, Nicholas,
Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Hastert, Job, Massie, Mockler and Scott.
Ayes 24    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0007
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0007
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0007
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0007
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0007    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0065            Economic development account.

Sponsored By:            Joint  Minerals,    Business   and   Economic   Development
                         Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to economic development; providing an appropriation as
specified to an account within the revolving investment fund created under
article 16, section 12 of the Wyoming constitution; and providing for an
effective date.

1/25/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
K., Gilmore, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Lubnau, Madden, Meyer,
Millin, Quarberg, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson,
Throne and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Gingery,
Goggles, Hallinan, Harshman, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, McOmie, Mercer,
Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart and Martin
Ayes 33    Nays 25    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0066            Revolving loan fund accounts.

Sponsored By:            Joint  Minerals,    Business   and   Economic   Development
                         Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to intergovernmental cooperation; amending definitions;
establishing an administrative account for the state water pollution control
revolving loan program; making conforming amendments; and providing for an
effective date.

1/25/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H09 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey,
Lockhart, Meyer and Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Quarberg
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden and Quarberg
Ayes 58    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/21/2008   S09 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht, Larson and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Placed on General File


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2/25/2008   S Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Larson, Peterson, Ross and Von
Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Perkins, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and Vasey
Excused: Senator(s) Nicholas
Ayes 7    Nays 22    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0067         Intertribal education and community center.

Sponsored By:         Select Committee On Tribal Relations

AN ACT relating to education; appropriating funds for the intertribal
education and community center at Central Wyoming College; providing
requirements as specified; and providing for an effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Quarberg
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/18/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Jones, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman and Jorgensen
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 3    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0067HW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 3              After   ";"   insert   "providing requirements  as
                           specified;".
Page 1-line 14             After "College" insert "and only after the college
                           has completed a value engineering analysis of the
                           project.". PHILP, BERGER

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW


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2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Quarberg and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 56    Nays 2    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S02
2/26/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Nicholas and Townsend
Nays: Senator(s) Meier and Peterson
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/27/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/28/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Hastert, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Nicholas,
Ross, Scott, Sessions and Townsend
Nays: Senator(s) Burns, Geis, Hines, Meier, Perkins, Peterson, Schiffer and
Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 20     Nays 8   Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0020
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0020
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0020
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0020
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0031    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0068            Drug Court Accountability and Treatment Act.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Gingery and Senator(s) Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to drug and other specialized courts; providing definitions;
creating a new drug court program; repealing existing drug court program;
repealing teen court program; expanding and modifying application of drug and
other  specialized   courts;  providing  purposes   of  the   act;  requiring
rulemaking; specifying requirements and procedures for creation and operation
of a drug court; specifying conditions for participation of a drug offender
in a drug court program; increasing maximum extended probation period for
persons in substance abuse treatment programs or drug courts; providing for
confidentiality and release of records; establishing a state drug court


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advisory commission and local advisory committees; requiring reports;
specifying applicability of the act; providing for transition of programs;
and providing for effective dates.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Mercer, Miller, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Warren and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Buchanan, Craft, Davison,
Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Goggles, Jaggi, Martin, McOmie,
Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Slater, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 35    Nays 25    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0069            Revisor's bill.

Sponsored By:            Management Council

AN ACT relating to a revision of inadvertent errors; correcting statutory
references and language resulting from inadvertent errors and omissions in
previously adopted legislation; correcting obsolete references; specifying
applicability; and providing for an effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H12 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Buchanan, Cohee, Diercks, Hammons, Illoway,
Landon, Lubnau, Martin, Philp, Simpson and Thompson
Excused: Representative(s) Anderson, R.
Ayes 12    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,


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Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S12
2/29/2008   S12 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Decaria, Hines, Mockler and Schiffer
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File
3/3/2008    S Passed CoW

HB0069S2001/ADOPTED
Page 20-line 9          After "Section 3." insert "Except as provided in
                        section 4 of this act,".
Page 20-After line 13   Insert and renumber:
      "Section 4. Notwithstanding section 3 of this act, the amendment of
W.S. 34-1-201(b)(ii)(A) by 2008 House Enrolled Act 15, being original House
Bill 0111, shall not be effective and W.S. 34-1-201(b)(ii)(A) is amended to
read:
      34-1-201. Short title; definitions.
      (b) As used in this article, unless the context
requires otherwise:
            (ii) "Holder" means:
                  (A) A governmental body empowered to hold an interest in
real property under the laws of this state or the United States but does not
include the Wyoming board of land commissioners after the effective date of
2008 House Enrolled Act 15; or".
Page 20-line 15         Delete "4" insert "5". MOCKLER

3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Martin and Philp
Ayes 56    Nays 0    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0



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3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0050
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0050
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0050
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0050
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0116   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0070         Distracted driving.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Edwards, Hammons    and
                      White and Senator(s) Fecht, Sessions and Vasey

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; prohibiting the use of wireless
communications devices by specified licensees while driving; providing
exceptions; providing definitions; providing penalties; and providing for an
effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Craft, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Hales, Hammons, Iekel, Jorgensen, Martin, McOmie,
Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gingery, Goggles,
Hallinan, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer,
Miller, Olsen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman, Lubnau and Philp
Ayes 23     Nays 34    Excused 3    Absent 0  Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0071         Emergency fire suppression account.

Sponsored By:         Joint Appropriations Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to public lands and fire suppression; repealing provision for
abatement of county assessments for the emergency fire suppression account;
and providing for an effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H02

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lockhart and Martin
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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2/14/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S02
2/21/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/25/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/26/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/27/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Fecht, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier, Nicholas,
Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout, Case, Decaria, Massie, Mockler and Perkins
Ayes 24    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0008
2/28/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0008
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0008
3/3/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0008
3/3/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0008    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0072            Unemployment benefits restriction.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Madden

AN ACT relating to unemployment benefits; specifying that failing or failure
to take a drug test will disqualify a person from benefits under certain
circumstances; and providing for an effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction


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2/12/2008       H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Harshman,
Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway,
Jorgensen, Landon, Martin, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Throne and Warren
Ayes 38     Nays 22    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0073            DUI-penalties.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Mercer, Brechtel,     Gingery,   Petersen
                         and Shepperson and Senator(s) Aullman

AN ACT relating to driving while under the influence; amending penalties for
driving while under the influence as specified; repealing a provision
relating to reduction or dismissal of charges; and providing for an effective
date.

1/29/2008       Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008       H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008       H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Blake, Craft, Goggles, Hales, Martin and Thompson
Ayes 54    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008       H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008       H Placed on General File

HB0073HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 3               After "specified;" insert "repealing a provision
                            relating to reduction or dismissal of charges;".
Page 1-line 13              After "convicted" insert "of a second or subsequent
                            violation".
Page 1-line 14              Strike "violating"; after "section" insert "within
                            five (5) years".
Page   2-line   5           After "a" insert "high".
Page   2-line   18          Delete "the first or" insert "of a".
Page   2-line   19          Delete "time" insert "offense".
Page   2-line   23          Delete "in-patient".
Page   3-line   7           Delete "an inpatient" insert "a".
Page   5-line   2           Delete "in a" insert "within his".


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Page 5-After line 10   Insert:
      "Section 2. W.S. 31-5-233(j) is repealed.".
Page 5-line 12         Delete "2" insert "3". BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/20/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0073H2001/AD0PTED
Page 2-line 20             Strike "or release on any other basis".   SIMPSON

2/21/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0073H3001/ADOPTED
Page 2 line 2              After "offender." insert "In the event a substance
                           abuse assessment ordered under this section is
                           provided by an entity with whom the department of
                           health contracts for treatment services, the costs of
                           the assessment shall be paid by the offender subject
                           to the sliding fee scale adopted pursuant to W.S.
                           35-1-620 and 35-1-624; provided however, if the
                           assessment is ordered as a result of a felony
                           conviction under this section, the assessment shall
                           be paid by the offender.". WARREN

2/22/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/28/2008   S08 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0073SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 16           After "years" insert "of a prior violation of this
                         section". VON FLATERN, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper, Fecht, Hastert, Jennings, Johnson, Landen,
Massie, Meier, Peterson, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Decaria, Geis,
Hines, Job, Larson, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Ross, Townsend and Vasey
Ayes 14    Nays 16    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0074         Veterinarian loan repayment program.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dn., Blake,         Hammons   and
                      Olsen and Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey

AN ACT relating to veterinarians; authorizing loan reimbursement for
veterinarians; requiring the Wyoming livestock board to consult with
licensing boards and professional associations, as specified; providing
rulemaking authority; providing an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway,
Jaggi,   Lockhart,  McOmie,   Meyer,   Millin,  Olsen,  Petersen, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Childers, Cohee, Dockstader, Gingery, Harshman,
Iekel, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Miller,
Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Simpson and Throne
Ayes 41    Nays 19    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Diercks,        Edmonds,    Samuelson,
Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/18/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Berger and Harshman
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0074HS001/ADOPTED
Page 4-line 12          Delete   "standard"     insert   "exception".        PHILP,
                        CHAIRMAN

2/20/2008   H Passed CoW
2/21/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/22/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,



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Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/27/2008   S05 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/27/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/29/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas and Townsend
Excused: Senator(s) Peterson
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0074SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 13           Before "amount" insert "total".   GEIS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Cooper, Fecht, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Johnson, Massie, Meier, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer,
Scott, Sessions, Townsend and Vasey
Nays:   Senator(s) Burns, Case, Coe, Decaria, Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson,
Mockler, Nicholas and Von Flatern
Ayes 19    Nays 11    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Martin and Philp
Ayes 56    Nays 0    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0051
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0051
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0051
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0051
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number




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Chapter No. 0118   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0075         Legislative per diem.

Sponsored By:         Management Council

AN ACT relating to the legislature; increasing the statutory per diem rate
for legislative activities; providing for legislators to be reimbursed for
actual expenses in lieu of per diem as specified; providing appropriations;
and providing for an effective date.

1/29/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H12 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan, Cohee, Diercks,
Hammons, Illoway, Landon, Lubnau, Martin, Philp, Simpson and Thompson
Ayes 13    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/22/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0075HS001/ADOPTED
Page 4-line 9            Delete "July 1, 2008" insert "immediately upon
                         completion of all acts necessary for a bill to become
                         law as provided by Article 4, Section 8 of the
                         Wyoming Constitution". COHEE, CHAIRMAN

HB0075HS002/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 5            Delete "July" insert "April".   PHILP, CHAIRMAN

2/22/2008   H Passed CoW
2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,


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Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S02
2/28/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Larson and Townsend
Ayes 27    Nays 3    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0034
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0034
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No, 0034
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0034
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0068    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0076            Criminal street gangs.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)       Steward,   Bagby   and   Brown   and
                         Senator(s) Fecht

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; creating the crime of intimidation in
furtherance of the interests of a criminal street gang; amending the offense
of property destruction and defacement to explicitly include graffiti;
providing definitions; and providing for an effective date.

1/30/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Davison, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Goggles,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Buchanan, Diercks, Dockstader,
Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Jones, Landon, McOmie, Miller, Quarberg, Semlek,
Shepperson, Teeters, Wallis and Warren
Ayes 42    Nays 18    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0


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2/15/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Dockstader, Gingery,     Mercer,   Olsen   and
Shepperson
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Buchanan and Throne
Ayes 6     Nays 3   Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0076HS001/ADOPTED (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 3            After "gang;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 4            Delete entirely.
Page 1-line 5            Delete line through "gang;".
Page 1-line 7            After "graffiti;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 8            Delete line through "defacement;".
Page 1-line 13           Delete "and 6-10-111 are" insert "is".
Page 2-line 13           Delete "felony" insert "high misdemeanor".
Page 2-lines 14 through 24     Delete entirely and insert "of up to one (1)
                         year,  a   fine  of   up  to   one  thousand dollars
                         ($1,000.00), or both.".
Page 3-lines 1 through 23      Delete entirely.
Page 4-line 2            Delete ", (b)(iii)".
Page 7-lines 20 through 24     Delete entirely.
Page 8-lines 1 through 3       Delete entirely.
                                     BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey,
Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin,
McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Gilmore, Hallinan, Harshman,
Miller, Olsen, Quarberg, Shepperson, Teeters and Throne
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 47    Nays 11    Excused 1     Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/26/2008   S06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Massie and Mockler
Nays: Senator(s) Burns and Coe
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW




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H.B. No. 0077            Tuition-dependents of disabled firefighters and
                         EMTs-2.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) White, Bagby, Brown, Esquibel,   F.,
                         Esquibel, K., Lubnau, McOmie, Olsen and Slater     and
                         Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper, Fecht and Peterson

AN ACT relating to education; providing free tuition and fees for dependents
of disabled firefighters and emergency medical technicians as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

1/31/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan, Hales, Harvey, Jones,
Jorgensen, Madden, Mercer and Petersen
Ayes 50    Nays 10    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Berger, Madden, Mercer and Shepperson.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Conflicts: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 53    Nays 4    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 1

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/27/2008   S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/27/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/27/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/28/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 28    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0021
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0021
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0021
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0021
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0032    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0078            County road fund.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)  Semlek,    Davison   and   Martin   and
                         Senator(s) Cooper and Perkins

AN ACT relating to highways; providing for maintenance of county roads; and
providing for an effective date.

2/1/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) McOmie
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/19/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/20/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,


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Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/26/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/26/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/27/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 29    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0013
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0013
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0013
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0013
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0024    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0079            Fuel tax-2.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Hallinan,    Blake,   Hammons   and
                         Zwonitzer, Dv. and Senator(s) Landen

AN ACT relating to fuel tax; increasing the gasoline and diesel fuel taxation
rate as specified; providing matching distributions from severance taxes as
specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/1/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Cohee, Craft,
Edwards, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden,
McOmie, Millin, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin,
Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,



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Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,    Thompson,   Throne,
White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 19    Nays 41    Excused 0  Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0080        Graffiti.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Esquibel, K. and Senator(s) Cooper and
                     Fecht

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses against property; creating the crime
of vandalism by graffiti; providing penalties; providing a definition;
creating the crime of selling aerosol paint to minors and of minors
purchasing aerosol paint; providing for posting of notices; and providing for
an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison,
Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hammons,
Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne and
Warren
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan,
Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Hales, Hallinan, Harvey, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 31    Nays 29    Excused 0   Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0081        Community colleges-capital construction.

Sponsored By:        Joint Education Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to community colleges; modifying limits          of capital
construction projects subject to legislative and commission      approval as
specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL




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Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/18/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/19/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/20/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/22/2008   S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/26/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/27/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                     ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson,    J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings,       Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins,      Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend,
Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Geis      and Scott
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 26    Nays 3     Excused    1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0014
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0014
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0014
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0014
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0025    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0082            Trauma care services.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Lockhart,   Cohee, Esquibel,   F.,
                         Hallinan, Jorgensen, Martin, Millin and Steward    and
                         Senator(s) Perkins and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to medical care; extending payment program to hospitals for
unreimbursed trauma care as specified; providing an appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned


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2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Illoway, Jones, McOmie, Petersen, Philp, Semlek,
Simpson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 51    Nays 8    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan,    Harvey,   Iekel,
Landon, Lubnau and Millin
Conflicts: Representative(s) Steward
Ayes 8    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 1

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/20/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis and Warren
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Lockhart, Philp, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Conflicts: Representative(s) Steward
Ayes 51    Nays 6    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 1

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/27/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/27/2008   S Rereferred to S02



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2/29/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0082SS001/ADOPTED
Page 6-line 16              After "budget." insert "No more than twenty-five
                            percent (25%) of funding provided in this section
                            shall be available for expenditure during any six (6)
                            month period.    The department shall by rule and
                            regulation develop a formula, which shall not be
                            based on a first-come first-served basis, for the
                            allocation of grants under this act.".      NICHOLAS,
                            CHAIRMAN

HB0082SW002.01/ADOPTED  (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 4-line 7           Delete "and before July 1, 2008" insert "for any one
                        (1) year period subject to paragraph (iii) of this
                        subsection".
Page 5-line 7           After "room" delete "." insert ";".
Page 5-After line 7     Insert and renumber:
            "(v) Ensuring that the department shall total all valid requests
for reimbursement received and shall pay each applicant a share of the
applicant's submitted requests in proportion to the total of the funds
available, not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the available funds for
the relevant grant cycle.". VON FLATERN

HB0082SW002.02/FAILED    (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 6-line 5             After "health" delete balance of line and insert
                          "five million dollars ($5,000,000.00)".
Page 6-line 6             Delete "($2,500,000.00)".
Page 6-line 16            In   the    Senate   Standing    Committee amendment
                          (HB0082SS001) to this line; after "formula" insert
                          "consistent with this act". VON FLATERN

3/3/2008     S Passed CoW

HB0082S2001/ADOPTED
Page 4-line 6             After "for" insert "the".
Page 4-line 7             Delete the Von Flatern Committee of the Whole
                          amendment   (HB0082SW002.01/AC)  to   this   line  and
                          further amend as follows: after "incurred" delete
                          balance of the line and insert "during the six (6)
                          month   period   preceding  the   period   subject  to
                          paragraph (iii) of this subsection;".
Page   5-line 20          After "act." delete balance of line.
Page   5-lines 21 through 24    Delete.
Page   6-lines 1 and 2    Delete.
Page   6-lines 10 through 14    Delete.
Page   6-line 15          Delete through "act.".
Page   6-line 18          Delete "immediately upon" insert "July 1, 2008.".
Page   6-lines 19 through 21    Delete. VON FLATERN

3/4/2008     S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008     S Passed 3rd Reading

                                      ROLL CALL




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Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison and Philp
Conflicts: Representative(s) Steward
Ayes 57    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 1

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0052
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0052
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0052
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0052
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0105   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0083         District court judge increase.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Olsen, Davison, Gingery, Jorgensen,
                      Miller, McOmie and Philp and Senator(s) Aullman, Job and
                      Larson

AN ACT relating to district courts; providing for an additional district
court judge in the ninth judicial district; providing an appropriation and
authorizing   additional  positions; requiring  adequate  facilities;  and
providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H01 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL



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Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0   Conflcits 0

2/13/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/15/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/18/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/19/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/20/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/20/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/29/2008   S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File
2/29/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Peterson and Townsend
Nays: Senator(s) Nicholas
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0083SS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 4           After   "positions;"    insert  "requiring adequate
                        facilities;".
Page 2-line 17          Delete "eight hundred sixty-four" insert "seven
                        hundred thirty-two thousand five hundred forty-six
                        dollars ($732,546.00)".
Page 2-line 18          Delete through "($864,546.00)".
Page 3-after line 10    Insert and renumber:
      "Section 3.    No action shall be undertaken to fill, or to begin the
process of appointment for, the judicial position authorized under this act
until the chief justice of the Wyoming supreme court certifies in person to
the joint appropriations interim committee that suitable facilities in
Sublette county have been completed and are ready for occupancy for the new
judge. Adequate facilities shall include provision for court room security,



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a suitable court room to accommodate a twelve (12) person jury, offices and
other required auxiliary facilities.".
Page 3-line 12          Delete "3" insert "4". NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Perkins,
Peterson, Ross, Sessions, Townsend and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Burns, Case, Coe, Jennings, Meier, Nicholas, Schiffer,
Scott and Vasey
Ayes 21    Nays 9    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison and Philp
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0053
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0053
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0053
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0053
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0120   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0084         Home owner's tax credit-3.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Olsen,   Davison   and   Landon   and
                      Senator(s) Schiffer

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the home owner's tax
credit as specified; increasing the value of the credit; imposing
limitations; providing amendments; repealing conflicting provision; providing
an appropriation; specifying applicability of the act; and providing for an
effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Bill Withdrawn by Sponsor




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H.B. No. 0085         Brucellosis testing program.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Olsen, Hammons, Philp and Throne and
                      Senator(s) Geis and Hines

AN ACT relating to agriculture and animals; establishing a brucellosis
testing program; providing funding for brucellosis testing, equipment and
supplies as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Landon and Teeters
Ayes 58    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H05 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Diercks,       Edmonds,   Samuelson,
Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/15/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0085HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 15             After "markets." insert "This program shall provide
                           for the testing of livestock for brucellosis only to
                           the extent that may be reasonably necessary to
                           maintain the brucellosis-free status of the state of
                           Wyoming.". DIERCKS, VICE-CHAIRMAN

HB0085HS002/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 4           After "appropriation" delete balance of line         and
                        insert "shall be reduced dollar for dollar by        any
                        appropriation to the Wyoming livestock board         for
                        brucellosis testing contained in 2008 Senate        File
                        0001 as enacted into law.".
Page 3-line 5           Delete entirely.
Page 3-line 6           Delete the line through "session.".
Page 3-lines 19 through 23    Delete entirely. PHILP,CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW


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2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 1   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/27/2008   S05 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/27/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/29/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas and Townsend
Excused: Senator(s) Peterson
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0085SS001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 4           Delete "providing an appropriation;".
Page 3-lines 4 through 22     Delete and renumber.
Page 4-line 1           Delete "4" insert "3.". NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Conflicts: Senator(s) Scott
Ayes 28    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 1

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,



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Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison and Philp
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0054
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0054
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0054
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0054
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0119    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0086            Reverse 911 emergency systems.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Brown, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Buchanan,
                         Cohee, Craft, Davison, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gingery,
                         Hallinan, Iekel, Illoway, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Meyer,
                         Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson,
                         Slater, Steward, Stubson, Warren, White and Zwonitzer,
                         Dn. and Senator(s) Decaria, Fecht, Massie, Nicholas and
                         Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to local governments; providing for use of 911 emergency
taxes to purchase and support systems to disseminate warnings to the public
of impending hazards and emergencies; and providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hammons
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H07 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Quarberg,
Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,


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Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/28/2008   S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Cooper, Decaria and Larson
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Excused: Senator(s) Scott
Ayes 3   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0086SS001/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 2-line 21           After "deaf" insert ".    Effective January 1, 2009,
                         the governing body shall file with the Wyoming public
                         service commission a certified statement of its
                         annual gross receipts and detailed and itemized
                         annual expenditures of any taxes collected pursuant
                         to this act from 2004 through and including the most
                         recent calendar year". CASE, CHAIRMAN

2/29/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0086S2001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 17             After   "safety." insert   "For  any  911  emergency
                           reporting system that operates a reverse 911 warning
                           system, a quarterly test on the warning system will
                           be conducted by calling random numbers.".  JENNINGS,
                           FECHT

3/3/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Nicholas, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von
Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Mockler, Perkins and Scott
Ayes 26    Nays 4    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/4/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.



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Excused:    Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 59      Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0039
3/5/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0039
3/5/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0039
3/7/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0039
3/7/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0066    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0087          Smoke free-enclosed public places.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Millin, Anderson R., Blake, Craft,
                       Davison, Gingery, Hales, Harvey, Jaggi, Meyer, Petersen,
                       Slater,   Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv. and
                       Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Massie and Scott

AN ACT relating to public health and safety; prohibiting smoking in enclosed
public places as specified; requiring posting of public notices; providing
definitions; providing exceptions; granting rulemaking authority; providing
penalties; authorizing local regulation; and providing for an effective date.

2/4/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Meyer,
Millin, Petersen, Steward, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Diercks,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Hallinan, Harshman, Illoway, Jones,
Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 31    Nays 28    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0088          Omnibus water bill-planning.

Sponsored By:          Select Water Committee

AN ACT relating to water development projects; authorizing specified Level I
and Level II studies and providing appropriations; requiring reports;
providing for reversion of unexpended funds; authorizing unobligated funds to
be used to complete other designated project studies under certain
conditions; providing funding for the office of water programs; amending
provision regarding the reversion of funds for a specified study; and
providing for an effective date.

2/5/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,



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Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Cohee
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Diercks,       Edmonds,   Samuelson,
Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Placed on General File
2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Conflicts: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 57    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 1

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/27/2008   S05 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/27/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/28/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Von Flatern
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey



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Ayes 28     Nays 0      Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0022
2/29/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0022
2/29/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0022
3/4/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0022
3/4/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0033     Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0089           Ownership of subsurface pore space.

Sponsored By:           Joint Judiciary Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to property; specifying ownership of pore space in strata
underlying surfaces; specifying applicability of act; specifying legislative
intent; and providing for an effective date.

2/6/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008    H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0089HS001/ADOPTED
Page 3-After line 23   Insert:
      "(h) Nothing in this section shall alter, amend, diminish or
invalidate rights to the storage use of subsurface pore space that were
acquired by contract or lease prior to the effective date of this section.".
BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

HB0089HW001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 5              Delete "the date of the" insert "July 1, 2008,".
Page 3-line 6              Delete "passage of this section".
Page 3-line 15             Delete "the" insert "July 1, 2008".
Page 3-line 16             Delete "effective date of this section".
Page 3-After line 23       In the standing committee amendment (HB0089HS001/A)
                           to this line, delete "the effective date of this
                           section" insert "July 1, 2008".
Page 4-line 19             Delete "the effective date" insert "July 1, 2008".
Page 4-line 20             Delete "of this act".


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Page 4-line 21          Delete "the" insert "July 1, 2008".
Page 4-line 22          Delete "effective date of this act".    BUCHANAN

HB0089HW002/FAILED
Page 3-line 1           Delete "or other     substances".      MILLER,   EDWARDS,
                        MCOMIE, WALLIS

HB0089HW003/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 7           After "estate" insert ", including but not limited to
                        the right to drill or recomplete a well, inject
                        substances to facilitate production, inject water or
                        inject carbon dioxide for the purposes of recovery of
                        oil, gas or other minerals". LUBNAU, BUCHANAN, COHEE

2/13/2008   H Passed CoW
2/14/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0089H3001/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 3-line 19           After "the pore space" insert "being transferred.
                         The description may include but is not limited to a
                         subsurface geologic or seismic survey or a metes and
                         bounds description of the surface lying over the
                         transferred pore space.   In the event a description
                         of the surface is used, the transfer shall be deemed
                         to include pore space at all depths underlying the
                         described surface area unless specifically excluded".
                         SIMPSON, BROWN

2/15/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/25/2008   S01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0089SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 23           After "space" delete balance of line.
Page 2-line 24           Delete "vacant or filled".
Page 3-line 1            After "substances" insert "." and delete balance of
                         line.
Page 3-line 2            Delete.
Page 3-line 8            After "well," insert "dispose of produced water,".
Page 4-line 12           Delete "storage". ROSS, CHAIRMAN




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HB0089SW001/FAILED      (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 16              After "strata" insert "and is non-severable from the
                            surface estate".
Page   2-line   3           After "property" insert "."; delete balance of line.
Page   2-line   4 through line 20 Delete entirely.
Page   2-line   22          Delete "(d)" insert "(c)".
Page   3-line   4           Delete "(e)" insert "(d)".
Page   3-line   7           After "estate" insert "nor to terminate or otherwise
                            restrict the traditional use of pore space by those
                            exercising rights pursuant to an interest in the
                            mineral estate".
Page   3-line   13 through 24     Delete.
Page   4-line   1 through 9 Delete.
Page   4-line   11          Delete "(h)" insert "(e)".
Page   4-line   16 through 24     Delete.
Page   5-line   1 through 5 Delete.
Page   5-line   7           Delete "3" insert "2".
Page   5-line   19          Delete "4" insert "3". BURNS

HB0089SW003/FAILED      (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 3-line 11              After "minerals." insert "Nothing in this section
                            shall be construed to change or alter the ownership
                            of oil, gas or other minerals that may be located in
                            or migrate to pore space.". BEBOUT.

2/26/2008       S Passed CoW

HB0089S2001/ADOPTED      (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 3-line 7               After "estate" insert "." and delete balance of line.

Page 3-line 8           Delete, including the Senate Standing Committee
                        Amendment (HB0089SS001/AE) to this line.
Page 3-lines 9 through 11     Delete. ROSS, NICHOLAS, PERKINS, SCHIFFER

2/27/2008       S Passed 2nd Reading
2/28/2008       S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Mockler
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 28    Nays 1    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008       H Received for Concurrence
2/28/2008       H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0018
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0018
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0018
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0018
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0029   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0090         Carbon capture and sequestration.

Sponsored By:         Joint Judiciary Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to carbon sequestration; providing for regulation by the
department of environmental quality of the injection of carbon dioxide and
associated constituents; providing for an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/13/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0090HS001/ADOPTED
Page 6-line 9          Delete "and" insert "or".
Page 6-line 19         After "mineral owners" insert ", lessees".
Page 7-line 5          Delete "and" insert ",".
Page 7-line 6          Delete "of record" insert "and other owners of record
                       of subsurface interests which are".
Page 7-line 7          After "site" insert "." and delete balance of line.
Page 7-line 8          Delete entirely.
Page 7-After line 9    Insert:
            "(O) Proof of a surface use agreement with the affected surface
landowners.".


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Page 7-line 13             After "mineral owners" insert ", lessees"; after
                           "and" insert "other".
Page 8-line 2              After "practical" insert "and prior to September 30,
                           2009," BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

HB0090HW001/ADOPTED
Page 8-line 5              After   "and"   insert  "other   financial   assurance
                           methods".
Page 8-line 8              After "bond" insert "or other financial assurance".
Page 8-line 17             After "bond" insert "or other financial assurance".
                           THRONE

HB0090HW002/ADOPTED
Page 5-line 15             After "applicant has" delete "the" insert "all";
                           delete "right" insert "rights, including but not
                           limited to the right to surface use, necessary".
Page 7-After line 9        Delete     the    standing     committee     amendment
                           (HB0090HS001/A) to this line. SHEPPERSON, MERCER,
                           THRONE

2/13/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0090H2001/ADOPTED
Page 6-line 18             After "surface   owners," insert "mineral claimants,".
Page 7-line 5              After "surface   owners," insert "mineral claimants,".
Page 7-line 13             After "surface    owners," insert "mineral claimants,".
                           MILLER, BROWN,   EDWARDS

2/14/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/15/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/22/2008   S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Placed on General File
2/25/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/27/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0090SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)



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Page 11-line 6           After "act." insert "Expenses may include the costs
                         to secure expert consultation.". NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

2/27/2008   S Passed CoW
2/28/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Mockler
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 27    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   H Received for Concurrence
2/29/2008   H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0025
3/3/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0025
3/3/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0025
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0025
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0030   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0091         Streamlined sales and use tax.

Sponsored By:         Joint Revenue Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to sales and use tax; providing amendments to conform with
the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement; and providing
for an effective date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/11/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Martin
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0


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2/13/2008   H03 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/13/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/14/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/15/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/18/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/26/2008   S03 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case, Mockler and Ross
Nays: Senator(s) Jennings
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/27/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/28/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and
Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Jennings and Meier
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 25     Nays 3   Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0023
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0023
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0023
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0023
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0034    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0092            Property tax refund program.

Sponsored By:            Joint Revenue Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a property tax refund
program as specified; providing for an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.


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2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/18/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Jones, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman and Jorgensen
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 3    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0092HS001/FAILED
Page 5-line 17             Delete "or".
Page 5-line 18             After "39-13-107(b)(iii)" insert "or any tax refund
                           to the elderly and disabled authorized under W.S.
                           39-11-109(c)". ANDERSON, R., CHAIRMAN

HB0092HW001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 17             Delete "twenty-five thousand dollars".
Page 3-line 18             Delete "($25,000.00)" insert "fifty thousand dollars
                           ($50,000.00)". MADDEN

HB0092HW002/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 3              After "(B)" insert "or (C)".
Page 4-line 22             After "revenue" insert ". Any person applying for a
                           refund who initially qualifies under the provisions
                           of this paragraph may, in any subsequent year
                           immediately    following   the   year    of   initial
                           qualification, file an affidavit certifying that
                           there has been no substantial change in his financial
                           circumstances and that he still qualifies for the
                           refund under the provisions of this paragraph".
                           SEMLEK

2/20/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0092H2001/ADOPTED




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Page 4-line 22           In the Semlek committee of the whole amendment
                         (HB0092HW002/A) to this line delete "immediately".
                         SEMLEK

2/21/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/22/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Hallinan and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/28/2008   S03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Jennings, Mockler and Ross
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0092SS001/ADOPTED  (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 4-line 22           After "revenue" insert ";" and      delete   balance   of
                         line.
Page 4-lines 23 and 24 Delete.
Page 5-lines 1 through 4       Delete. ANDERSON, CHAIRMAN

HB0092SS002/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 6-line 9            After    "(i)"    insert     "Two    million    dollars
                         ($2,000,000.00) of the".   NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case and Scott
Ayes 28    Nays 2    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence



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3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Martin and Philp
Ayes 56    Nays 0    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0055
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0055
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0055
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0055
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0101   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0093         Universal health insurance.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Esquibel, F. and Warren

AN ACT relating to public health and insurance; providing for Wyoming health
care commission to solicit and review proposals for expanded health insurance
coverage as specified; requiring a report; providing an appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Jorgensen, Millin, Thompson, Throne and Warren
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon,
Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman, Lubnau and Philp
Ayes 13    Nays 44    Excused 3     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0094         Use of wireless communications devices while
                      driving.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Esquibel, F.

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; prohibiting the use of wireless
communications  devices   while  driving;   providing  exceptions;   providing
definitions; providing penalties; and providing for an effective date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction



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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Craft, Esquibel, F., Esquibel,
K., Gilmore, Hales, Iekel, Jorgensen, McOmie, Millin, Petersen, Slater,
Thompson and White
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery,
Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis,
Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau.
Ayes 16    Nays 42    Excused 2     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0095        Costs     of     emergency             detention        and
                     hospitalization.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Warren, Craft, Gingery and Philp and
                     Senator(s) Massie and Sessions

AN ACT relating to emergency detention costs; limiting authority to seek
recovery of costs from patients as specified; and providing for an effective
date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie,
Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee,
Edmonds, Gingery, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lubnau,
Madden, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters and Wallis
Ayes 34    Nays 26    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0096        Adult adoption.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Lubnau and Senator(s) Ross, Sessions
                     and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to civil procedures; amending procedures and requirements
relating to adoption of adults as specified; and providing for an effective
date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0097        Juvenile hearings-timelines.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Lubnau and Senator(s) Ross

AN ACT relating to juveniles; modifying timelines     for    specified   juvenile
hearings; and providing for an effective date.




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2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery and Mercer
Ayes 58    Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:     Representative(s) Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader,      Gingery,   Olsen,
Shepperson and Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Alden and Mercer
Ayes 7    Nays 2    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0097HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-Above line 1      In the catch title delete "continuances" insert
                         "timelines".
Page 1-line 1            Delete "authorizing continuances" insert "modifying
                         timelines".
Page 1-lines 7 through 17      Delete entirely and insert:
      "Section 1.    W.S. 14-3-409(c), 14-3-426(b), 14-6-209(c), 14-6-226(b),
14-6-409(c) and 14-6-426(b) are amended to read:
      14-3-409. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The parents, guardian or custodian shall be given an opportunity
to admit or deny the allegations in the petition. If the allegations are
admitted, the court shall make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed
immediately to a disposition of the case, provided the court has the
predisposition   report   and   multidisciplinary   team   recommendations,  in
accordance with the provisions of W.S. 14-3-429, except that a commissioner
acting in the absence or incapacity of the judge may take testimony to
establish a factual basis and accept an admission and perform all other
requirements of the initial hearing but shall not proceed to disposition. If
denied, the court shall set a time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days
for an adjudicatory hearing, unless the court finds good cause to delay or
postpone the hearing,. but in no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory
hearing more than ninety (90) one hundred twenty (120) days after the date
the petition is filed a denial is entered.
      14-3-426. Initial appearance; adjudicatory hearing; entry of decree
and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory hearing, unless the court finds good cause to delay or postpone
the hearing,. but in no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing
more than ninety (90) one hundred twenty (120) days after the date the
petition is filed a denial is entered. Only competent, relevant and material
evidence shall be admissible at an adjudicatory hearing to determine the
truth of the allegations in the petition. If after an adjudicatory hearing



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the court finds that the allegations in the petition are not established as
required by this act, it shall dismiss the petition and order the child
released from any shelter care.
      14-6-209. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The child shall be given an opportunity to admit or deny the
allegations in the petition. If the allegations are admitted, the court shall
make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed immediately to a
disposition of the case, provided the court has the predisposition report and
multidisciplinary team recommendations, in accordance with the provisions of
W.S. 14-6-229, except that a commissioner acting in the absence or incapacity
of the judge may take testimony to establish a factual basis and accept an
admission and perform all other requirements of the initial hearing but shall
not proceed to disposition. If denied, the court shall set a time not to
exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing or a transfer
hearing, unless the court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,.
but in no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety
(90) one hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a
denial is entered.
      14-6-226. Initial appearance; adjudicatory or transfer hearing; entry
of decree and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition
hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory or a transfer hearing, unless the court finds good cause to
delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case shall the court hold the
adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one hundred twenty (120) days
after the date the petition is filed a denial is entered. Only competent,
relevant and material evidence shall be admissible at an adjudicatory hearing
to determine the truth of the allegations in the petition. If after an
adjudicatory hearing the court finds that the allegations in the petition are
not established as required by this act, it shall dismiss the petition and
order the child released from any detention or shelter care.
      14-6-409. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The child shall be given an opportunity to admit or deny the
allegations in the petition. If the allegations are admitted, the court shall
make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed immediately to a
disposition of the case, provided the court has the predisposition report and
multidisciplinary recommendations, in accordance with the provisions of W.S.
14-6-429, except that a commissioner acting in the absence or incapacity of
the judge may take testimony to establish a factual basis and accept an
admission and perform all other requirements of the initial hearing but shall
not proceed to disposition. If denied, the court shall set a time not to
exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing, unless the
court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case
shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one
hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a denial is
entered.
      14-6-426. Initial appearance; adjudicatory hearing; entry of decree
and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory hearing, unless the court finds good cause to delay or postpone
the hearing,. but in no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing
more than ninety (90) one hundred twenty (120) days after the date the
petition is filed a denial is entered. Only competent, relevant and material
evidence shall be admissible at an adjudicatory hearing to determine the
truth of the allegations in the petition. If after an adjudicatory hearing



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the court finds that the allegations in the petition are not established as
required by this act, it shall dismiss the petition and order the child
released from any detention or shelter care.".
Page 2-lines 1 through 8      Delete entirely. BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008   H Passed CoW
2/20/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0097H3001/FAILED
Page 1-lines 7 through 17      Delete entirely, including the House standing
                         committee amendment (HB0097HS001/A) to these lines
                         and insert:
      "Section 1.    W.S. 14-3-409(c), 14-3-426(b), 14-6-209(c), 14-6-226(b),
14-6-409(c) and 14-6-426(b) are amended to read:
      14-3-409. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The parents, guardian or custodian shall be given an opportunity
to admit or deny the allegations in the petition. If the allegations are
admitted, the court shall make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed
immediately to a disposition of the case, provided the court has the
predisposition   report   and   multidisciplinary  team  recommendations,  in
accordance with the provisions of W.S. 14-3-429, except that a commissioner
acting in the absence or incapacity of the judge may take testimony to
establish a factual basis and accept an admission and perform all other
requirements of the initial hearing but shall not proceed to disposition. If
the child is placed out of home and the petition is denied, the court shall
set a time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory
hearing., If the child remains in the home and the petition is denied, the
court shall set a time not to exceed ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory
hearing, unless the court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,.
but in no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety
(90) one hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a
denial is entered.      If a hearing is not held within the time periods
specified in this subsection through no fault of the respondent, the petition
shall be dismissed and may not be refiled.
      14-3-426. Initial appearance; adjudicatory hearing; entry of decree
and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory hearing, if the child is placed out of home.        If the child
remains within the home, the court may set the adjudicatory or transfer
hearing to occur a later time not to exceed ninety (90) days, unless the
court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case
shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one
hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a denial is
entered. Only competent, relevant and material evidence shall be admissible
at an adjudicatory hearing to determine the truth of the allegations in the
petition. If after an adjudicatory hearing the court finds that the
allegations in the petition are not established as required by this act, it
shall dismiss the petition and order the child released from any shelter
care.   If a hearing is not held within the time periods specified in this
subsection through no fault of the respondent, the petition shall be
dismissed and may not be refiled.
      14-6-209. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The child shall be given an opportunity to admit or deny the
allegations in the petition. If the allegations are admitted, the court shall
make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed immediately to a
disposition of the case, provided the court has the predisposition report and
multidisciplinary team recommendations, in accordance with the provisions of



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W.S. 14-6-229, except that a commissioner acting in the absence or incapacity
of the judge may take testimony to establish a factual basis and accept an
admission and perform all other requirements of the initial hearing but shall
not proceed to disposition. If the child is placed out of home and the
petition is denied, the court shall set a time not to exceed sixty (60)
ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing or a transfer hearing., If the
child remains in the home and the petition is denied, the court shall set a
time not to exceed ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing, unless the
court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case
shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one
hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a denial is
entered. If a hearing is not held within the time periods specified in this
subsection through no fault of the respondent, the petition shall be
dismissed and may not be refiled.
      14-6-226. Initial appearance; adjudicatory or transfer hearing; entry
of decree and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition
hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory or a transfer hearing, if the child is placed out of home. If
the child remains within the home, the court may set the adjudicatory or
transfer hearing to occur at a later time not to exceed ninety (90) days,
unless the court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in
no case shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90)
one hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a denial
is entered. Only competent, relevant and material evidence shall be
admissible at an adjudicatory hearing to determine the truth of the
allegations in the petition. If after an adjudicatory hearing the court finds
that the allegations in the petition are not established as required by this
act, it shall dismiss the petition and order the child released from any
detention or shelter care. If a hearing is not held within the time periods
specified in this subsection through no fault of the respondent, the petition
shall be dismissed and may not be refiled.
      14-6-409. Taking of child into custody; informal hearing where no
court order; conditional release; evidence; rehearing.
      (c) The child shall be given an opportunity to admit or deny the
allegations in the petition. If the allegations are admitted, the court shall
make the appropriate adjudication and may proceed immediately to a
disposition of the case, provided the court has the predisposition report and
multidisciplinary recommendations, in accordance with the provisions of W.S.
14-6-429, except that a commissioner acting in the absence or incapacity of
the judge may take testimony to establish a factual basis and accept an
admission and perform all other requirements of the initial hearing but shall
not proceed to disposition. If the child is placed out of home and the
petition is denied, the court shall set a time not to exceed sixty (60)
ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing.    If the child remains in the
home and the petition is denied, the court shall set a time not to exceed
ninety (90) days for an adjudicatory hearing, unless the court finds good
cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case shall the court hold
the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one hundred twenty (120) days
after the date the petition is filed a denial is entered.     If a hearing is
not held within the time periods specified in this subsection through no
fault of the respondent, the petition shall be dismissed and may not be
refiled.
      14-6-426. Initial appearance; adjudicatory hearing; entry of decree
and disposition; evidentiary matters; continuance of disposition hearing.
      (b) If the allegations of the petition are denied, the court may, with
consent of the parties, proceed immediately to hear evidence on the petition
or it may set a later time not to exceed sixty (60) ninety (90) days for an
adjudicatory hearing, if the child is placed out of home.        If the child



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remains within the home, the court may set the adjudicatory or transfer
hearing to occur at a later time not to exceed ninety (90) days, unless the
court finds good cause to delay or postpone the hearing,. but in no case
shall the court hold the adjudicatory hearing more than ninety (90) one
hundred twenty (120) days after the date the petition is filed a denial is
entered. Only competent, relevant and material evidence shall be admissible
at an adjudicatory hearing to determine the truth of the allegations in the
petition. If after an adjudicatory hearing the court finds that the
allegations in the petition are not established as required by this act, it
shall dismiss the petition and order the child released from any detention or
shelter care. If a hearing is not held within the time periods specified in
this subsection through no fault of the respondent, the petition shall be
dismissed and may not be refiled.". MERCER, CRAFT, OLSEN, SHEPPERSON

2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:     Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds,
Hallinan, Mercer, Olsen, Semlek, Shepperson, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 47    Nays 12    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/27/2008   S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria and Ross
Nays: Senator(s) Perkins and Sessions
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Fecht, Johnson, Landen, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson,
Ross, Schiffer and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Larson, Massie, Meier, Mockler, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend and Vasey
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 10    Nays 19    Excused 1   Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0098        Speech pathologists licensing.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Lubnau, Meyer, Millin
                     and Shepperson and Senator(s) Coe, Hastert and Von
                     Flatern

AN ACT relating to professions and occupations; amending the licensing act
for speech pathologists and audiologists; authorizing audiologists and speech
pathologists licensed in other jurisdictions to provide consultation services
in Wyoming through telephonic or other remote means; amending educational
requirements for licenses as specified; repealing obsolete provisions;
repealing authorization for temporary unlicensed practice; providing for a


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provisional license; amending license renewal requirements; amending maximum
fines for violations; and providing for an effective date.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller and Steward
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H09 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey,
Lockhart, Quarberg and Steward
Excused: Representative(s) Meyer
Ayes 8    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0098HW001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 12           Delete "2008" insert "2012".   ESQUIBEL, K.

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/27/2008   S10 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0098SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 3-line 14           After   "degree"  insert   "or   master's  degree   in
                         audiology or equivalent granted before July 1, 2012".



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Page 4-line 14              After   "year,"    insert   "the   applicant".   SCOTT,
                            CHAIRMAN

2/28/2008    S Passed CoW

HB0098S2001/ADOPTED    (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 3             Delete through "practicing" and insert "authorizing
                          audiologists and speech pathologists licensed in
                          other jurisdictions to provide consultation services
                          in Wyoming".
Page   2-line 6           After "means" insert "is allowed".
Page   2-line 7           After "audiologist" delete balance of line and insert
                          ". A person located outside of Wyoming and providing
                          speech pathology or audiology consultation services
                          in this state through telephonic, electronic or other
                          means   shall  be   appropriately   licensed   in the
                          jurisdiction in which the person is located.".
Page   2-lines 8 and 9    Delete.
Page   3-line 9           Reinsert stricken "or its".
Page   3-line 10          Reinsert stricken "equivalent". SCOTT, VON FLATERN

2/29/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0098S3001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-lines 6 through 9       Delete  the   Scott,   et   al.   Second  Reading
                         Amendment (HB0098S2001/AE) to these lines and further
                         amend as follows:
Page 2-line 9            After "chapter" insert ", and a person located
                         outside of this state providing speech pathology or
                         audiology consultation services to any person in this
                         state   shall  be   appropriately    licensed  in   the
                         jurisdiction in which he is located". VON FLATERN

3/3/2008     S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Hastert, Jennings, Job, Landen, Massie, Mockler, Scott, Sessions and Von
Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Bebout, Case, Geis, Hines, Johnson, Larson, Meier,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Townsend and Vasey
Ayes 16    Nays 14    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/3/2008     H Received for Concurrence
3/3/2008     H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0031
3/4/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0031
3/5/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0031
3/7/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0031



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3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0065   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0099         Community colleges-statewide levy-2.

Sponsored By:         Joint Education Interim Committee

AN ACT relating to community colleges; imposing a statewide mill levy for
credit to the state general fund; continuously appropriating equal general
fund amounts to the community college commission for the regular support and
operation of community colleges; excluding a portion of the college district
levy from the statewide levy; designating college district service area
counties and expanding district board membership to include service area
county representation; increasing board membership and requiring election
subdistricts; providing for transition and prescribing expanded board
election; and providing for effective dates.

2/6/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Samuelson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Warren and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Brechtel, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Harvey, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward,
Wallis, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 35    Nays 25    Excused 0     Absent 0  Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0100         State funds-investment management review.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Landon,   Berger    and   Cohee   and
                      Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case and Fecht

AN ACT relating to public funds; creating the state funds investment
management review board; specifying composition of the board; requiring
review of the management of state funds; providing for a reorganization plan;
requiring a report; providing an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.

2/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff;
            Intro Vote

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden



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Excused:    Representative(s) Miller and Steward
Ayes 57      Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

3/4/2008      H Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0101          Vehicle sales and use tax-2.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Esquibel, K. and Senator(s) Ross

AN ACT relating to vehicle sales and use tax; extending the time for payment
of sales and use tax for certain sales of vehicles; and providing for an
effective date.

2/7/2008      Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008     H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Cohee, Craft, Diercks,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Madden, Martin, Millin,
Philp, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Harvey, Illoway, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson and Wallis
Ayes 31    Nays 29    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0102          Quality child care.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s)  Landon,   Berger,  Buchanan,   Craft,
                       Hammons, Harshman, Harvey and McOmie and Senator(s) Coe,
                       Decaria, Fecht and Scott

AN ACT relating to quality child care; amending payback requirements for
educational grants as specified; conforming provisions; renaming educational
grants and staff development grants as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

2/8/2008      Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008     H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008     H04 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White



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Ayes 9      Nays 0         Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008     H Placed on General File

HB0102HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 2           After "specified;" insert "conforming provisions;".
Page 1-line 8           After "(intro)" insert ", (i)".
Page 2-line 5           Strike "written agreement" insert "contract".
Page 2-line 15          Delete "agreement" insert "contract".
Page 3-After line 3     Insert:
            "(i) The recipient of the continuing education training provided
through the grant entering into a written agreement contract to work for a
child caring facility in this state for a period as provided in subsection
(d) of this section after receiving the training; and". MCOMIE, CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008     H Passed CoW
2/22/2008     H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008     H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Mercer, Miller and Semlek
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 54    Nays 4    Excused 2   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008     S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008     S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/29/2008     S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008     S   Placed   on General File
3/3/2008      S   Passed   CoW
3/4/2008      S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/5/2008      S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008      Assigned Number HEA No. 0044
3/6/2008      H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0044
3/7/2008      S President Signed HEA No. 0044
3/12/2008     Governor Signed HEA No. 0044
3/12/2008     Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0082      Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.




                                             197
H.B. No. 0103        Game and fish-pioneer licenses.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Blake, Childers, Iekel
                     and Jaggi and Senator(s) Aullman and Larson

AN ACT relating to game and fish; exempting holders of pioneer licenses from
conservation stamp purchase requirement; and providing for an effective date.

2/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin,
Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Jones, Madden,
Mercer, Olsen, Philp, Semlek, Steward, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Conflicts: Representative(s) McOmie
Ayes 47    Nays 12    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 1

2/20/2008   H06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File; Did Not Consider in CoW

H.B. No. 0104        Home owner's tax credit.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Davison, Esquibel K.,         Martin   and
                     Miller and Senator(s) Cooper and Hastert

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the home owner's tax
credit as specified; removing acreage requirement; providing for qualifying
property; providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:     Representative(s)     Blake,   Buchanan,   Craft,   Davison,   Diercks,
Dockstader,    Edmonds,   Madden,   Martin,   Meyer,   Miller,   Millin,   Olsen,
Shepperson, Teeters, Thompson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, McOmie, Mercer, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 17     Nays 43     Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0




                                      198
H.B. No. 0105        Encampment area watersheds study.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Steward, Bagby and Brown

AN ACT relating to the environment; providing for a study by the department
of environmental quality on the impacts of oil and natural gas development in
the Encampment area watersheds that have been identified for leasing of
federal subsurface oil and gas rights; providing for assistance by other
state agencies; providing for a report; providing an appropriation; and
providing for an effective date.

2/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Cohee, Craft,
Davison, Dockstader, Jones, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Miller,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Teeters, Throne, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 40    Nays 20    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H06 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Davison, Goggles, Iekel,
Jaggi, Slater and Thompson
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0105HS001/ADOPTED
That Substitute No. 1 for HB105 DO Pass.     CHILDERS, CHAIRMAN

2/22/2008   H Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Craft, Diercks, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Hammons, Landon,
Philp, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Warren and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Brechtel, Buchanan, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused:   Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Goggles, Hallinan, Harvey, Iekel,
Jorgensen and Simpson


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Absent:     Representative(s) Alden
Ayes 20       Nays 32    Excused 7        Absent 1    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0106               Sheep feedlot exportation permit.

Sponsored By:               Representative(s) Anderson, R. and Senator(s) Johnson

AN ACT relating to brands; authorizing an annual sheep feedlot exportation
permit; establishing the fee for the exportation permit; requiring reports;
providing for enforcement; making conforming amendments; and providing for an
effective date.

2/8/2008       Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008      H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008      H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore,
Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Craft, Esquibel, K.,
Hales, Iekel, Jorgensen, Martin, Millin and Throne
Ayes 48    Nays 12    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/21/2008      H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Samuelson, Semlek, Teeters and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Blake, Diercks and Wallis
Ayes 6    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008      H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008      H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008      H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008      H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Meyer, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Berger, Blake, Diercks, Gilmore, Goggles,
Iekel, Jones, Martin, McOmie, Miller, Millin, Philp, Simpson, Throne and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 44    Nays 16    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008      S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008      S Introduced and Referred to S05
3/3/2008       Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Johnson
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 1   Nays 4    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0


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3/4/2008    S Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to SR 7-3(c)

H.B. No. 0107            Property tax relief-2.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Anderson, R.

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the property tax
relief program; providing requirements and administration; providing a time
limitation; providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/8/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H03 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/19/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen,   Philp   and
Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Berger
Ayes 6    Nays 0    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/28/2008   S03 Recommended Do Pass


                                           201
                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case, Jennings, Mockler and Ross
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.B. No. 0108        Railroad quiet zones.

Sponsored by:        Representative(s) Buchanan, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
                     Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Iekel, Illoway, Lubnau,
                     Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Semlek, Teeters and White
                     and Senator(s) Anderson, J., Burns, Decaria, Hastert,
                     Meier, Townsend and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to railroads and public highway crossings; providing for the
transportation commission to administer a program for the establishment of
railroad quiet zones or the installation of wayside horns in the vicinity of
grade crossings in populated areas as specified; creating a subaccount within
the highway fund; providing for a matching grant program; requiring a report;
providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H08 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Petersen and Philp
Nays: Representative(s) Jorgensen and Warren
Ayes 5   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0



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2/21/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0108HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 3           After "or" insert "the installation of".
Page 2-line 2           After "C.F.R." insert "Part".
Page 2-line 19          After "consideration" delete balance of the line.
Page 2-line 20          Delete    "the  commission";  after   "safety"   delete
                        balance of the line.
Page 2-lines 21 through 24     Delete entirely.
Page 3-line 1           Delete    line   through  "improvements".      EDWARDS,
                        CHAIRMAN

HB0108HS002/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 6             Delete "reports" insert "a report".
Page 1-line 7             After "appropriation;" delete balance of line.
Page 1-line 8             Delete the line through ";".
Page 3-line 19            Delete "There is appropriated" insert "Of the general
                          fund appropriation to the transportation commission,
                          contained in 2008 Senate File 0001, Section 2,
                          Section 045.,".
Page   3-line 20          Delete "from the general fund to" insert "shall be
                          deposited in".
Page   3-line 21          Delete "This appropriation" insert "The funds under
                          this section".
Page   3-line 23          Delete "This appropriation" insert "The funds under
                          this section".
Page   4-line 2           Delete "this".
Page   4-line 3           Delete "appropriation" insert "the funds".
Page   4-line 5           Delete "this appropriation" insert "the funds under
                          this section".
Page   4-lines 8 through 14     Delete entirely.
Page   4-line 16          Delete "(c)" insert "(b)". PHILP, CHAIRMAN

HB0108HW001/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 6            After "fund;" insert "providing for a matching grant
                         program;".
Page 3-After line 2      Insert:
      "(d)    The commission shall establish through rule and regulation a
matching grant program for the distribution of funds in the subaccount
created by this section which shall be subject to the following distribution
limitations:
             (i) The commission shall arrange the assessed valuation of each
county in descending order by county;
             (ii)    The commission shall require the following matching
percentages from counties:
                  (A) For the bottom seven (7) counties in the list created
in paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a twenty-
five percent (25%) match;
                  (B) For the middle eight (8) counties in the list created
in paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a fifty
percent (50%) match;
                  (C) For the top eight (8) counties in the list created in
paragraph (i) of this subsection the commission shall require a seventy-five
percent (75%) match.".
Page 3-line 4            Delete "(d)" insert "(e)".
Page 3-line 8            Delete "(e)" insert "(f)". BUCHANAN

2/22/2008    H Passed CoW
2/25/2008    H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008    H Passed 3rd Reading




                                        203
                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Gilmore, Jorgensen, McOmie, Miller, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 53    Nays 7    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008       S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008       S Introduced and Referred to S06; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff
3/4/2008        S Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0109            Telecommunications-switched access.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Illoway and Senator(s) Case

AN ACT relating to telecommunications; providing for switched access prices
as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008       Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008       H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008       H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/14/2008       H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Quarberg,
Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008       H Placed on General File

HB0109HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 1               Delete "excluding" insert "restricting".
Page 1-line 2               After "access" delete balance of line and      insert
                            "prices as specified;".
Page   1-line   3           Delete entirely.
Page   1-line   4           Delete the line through ";".
Page   2-line   1           Delete all new language.
Page   2-line   7           After "funds" insert "or increase switched     access
                            prices". ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

2/19/2008       H Passed CoW
2/20/2008       H Passed 2nd Reading


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2/21/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Buchanan, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Gingery, Harshman, Olsen, Philp, Semlek and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 48    Nays 11    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/22/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/27/2008   S07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Decaria and Larson
Nays: Senator(s) Cooper and Scott
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0109SS001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 1           Delete "restricting" insert "providing for".
Page 1-line 7           Before "is" insert "and (f)(intro)".
Page 2-after line 5     Insert:
      "(f) A local exchange company may seek approval to increase the price
of noncompetitive essential telecommunications services, including switched
access charges, based on:". CASE, CHAIRMAN

HB0109SW001/FAILED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 7           Delete "immediately upon" insert "July 1, 2008.".
Page 2-lines 8 through 10     Delete. SCOTT

2/28/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0109S2002/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
HB0109S2002
Page 2-line 5              After "prices." insert "This   subsection   shall   not
                           apply retroactively.". CASE

2/29/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0109S3001/FAILED    (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 3             After "to" insert ": (i)".
Page 2-line 4             After "funds" insert ";"; after "or" insert "(ii)".
Page 2-line 5             After "prices" insert "for companies with more than
                          twenty thousand (20,000) lines, provided this shall
                          be used only to reduce the state universal service
                          funds and shall be consistent with the public
                          interest". MEIER

3/3/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                    ROLL CALL




                                       205
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert,
Hines, Job, Landen, Larson, Massie, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson,
Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Cooper, Geis, Jennings, Johnson, Meier and
Scott
Ayes 23    Nays 7    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008     H Received for Concurrence
3/3/2008     H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:     Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Buchanan, Davison, Diercks,
Dockstader, Jaggi, Olsen, Petersen, Philp and Teeters
Ayes 49    Nays 11    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0030
3/4/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0030
3/5/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0030
3/13/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0030
3/13/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0107   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0110         Property taxes-appeals.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Throne,    Anderson,  R.,   Berger,
                      Dockstader, Esquibel K., Hammons, Landon and Zwonitzer,
                      Dv. and Senator(s) Burns and Perkins

AN ACT relating to property taxation; providing that there is no presumption
of correctness upon appeal of an assessment to a county board of equalization
or the state board of equalization as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

2/11/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Cohee, Davison, Edwards, Gingery,
Hales, Hallinan, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, McOmie, Miller, Philp, Semlek,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters and Wallis
Ayes 40    Nays 20    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008    Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Madden and Zwonitzer, Dv.


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Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Lubnau, Miller, Semlek and Stubson
Ayes 4   Nays 5    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0111            Board   of        land   commissioners-conservation
                         easements.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Samuelson, Blake  and  Brown      and
                         Senator(s) Anderson, J., Larson, Ross, Townsend     and
                         Vasey

AN ACT relating to state lands; prohibiting the board of land commissioners
from accepting conservation easements; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H05

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery, Jorgensen and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Buchanan
Ayes 56    Nays 3   Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Diercks,       Edmonds,   Samuelson,
Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/14/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/15/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/18/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/19/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/19/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/22/2008   S05 Recommended Do Pass

                                      ROLL CALL



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Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/26/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/27/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/28/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht,
Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von
Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Massie, Mockler and Schiffer
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 25    Nays 4    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0015
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0015
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0015
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0015
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0026    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0112            Educational support personnel.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   McOmie,  Davison,   Jaggi,   Martin,
                         Millin, White and Zwonitzer, Dn. and Senator(s) Decaria,
                         Hastert and Johnson

AN ACT relating to school district educational support personnel; providing
definitions; establishing procedures for the dismissal or suspension of
educational support personnel; imposing duties on school boards; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Craft, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jorgensen, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer,
Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Cohee, Harvey, Iekel, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Olsen,
Quarberg, Semlek, Simpson, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 38    Nays 22    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0113            School finance-minimum teacher resources.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   McOmie   and   Cohee   and   Senator(s)   Coe
                         and Schiffer

AN ACT relating to school finance; clarifying school adjustments within the
education resource block grant model to effectuate teacher minimums;




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specifying  application;   prescribing  adjustment   payments  to   applicable
districts; providing an appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/18/2008   H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Jones, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman and Jorgensen
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 3    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Buchanan, Steward, Teeters and Zwonitzer,
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Ieke.
Ayes 53    Nays 5    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/27/2008   S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Placed on General File
2/27/2008   S Rereferred to S02



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2/29/2008   S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Nicholas and Townsend
Nays: Senator(s) Meier
Excused: Senator(s) Peterson
Ayes 3   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S   Placed   on General File
3/3/2008    S   Passed   CoW
3/4/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0045
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0045
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0045
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0045
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0098    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0114            Community colleges-tuition rates.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv. and Senator(s) Landen

AN ACT relating to community colleges; establishing separate tuition rate
levels for nonresident students as specified; and providing for an effective
date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Madden, Stubson, Teeters, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and White
Ayes 6    Nays 54    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0115            Subdivisions-homeowners' associations.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)  Childers,   Brown   and   Martin   and
                         Senator(s) Coe, Ross and Vasey

AN ACT relating to subdivisions; defining water supply systems; requiring
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as specified; providing for arbitration or mediation for disputes between
members of homeowner associations; requiring notice of potential development
of appurtenant mineral estates in subdivisions; and providing for an
effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Blake, Brown, Childers, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon,
Madden, Martin, Millin, Petersen, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Esquibel, F., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen,
Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer,
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Buchanan
Conflicts: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 27    Nays 31    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 1

H.B. No. 0116        Department of family services advisory council.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Mercer and Warren and Senator(s) Fecht

AN ACT relating to the department of family services; establishing
requirements for the functioning of the department advisory council as
specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0117        Developmental preschool funding.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Harvey, Berger, Craft, Dockstader and
                     Stubson and Senator(s) Aullman, Coe and Hastert

AN ACT relating to educational services for preschool children with
disabilities; clarifying the process for calculating payments to service
providers and preparing corresponding budget requests; and providing for an
effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R.
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2/19/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Wallis and White
Nays: Representative(s) Teeters
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/20/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0117HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 13             Delete "a" insert "an exception".
Page 2-line 14             Delete "increase" insert "adjust".
Page 2-line 20             Delete "increases" insert "adjustments".       PHILP,
                           CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0117H2001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 1              After   "biennium,"   insert   "the   division   shall
                           determine the actual number of".
Page 2-line 5              Strike "shall be estimated" insert "in the state".
Page 2-line 6              Reinsert all stricken language and delete all new
                           language.
Page 2-line 7              Delete all new language. HARSHMAN

2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Laid Back Pursuant to HR 9-3

HB0117H3002/ADOPTED (CORRECTED COPY)
Delete the Harshman second reading amendment (HB0117H2001/A) entirely.
Delete the Harshman third reading amendment (HB0117H3001/AC) entirely.
Further amend as follows:
Page 2-line 1           Strike   "standard";   strike  "for    the   subsequent
                        biennium," insert "request to the legislature, the
                        division shall multiply the number of".
Page 2-line 3           Strike   "subject   to   an"  insert    "eligible   for
                        developmental preschool services on November 1, of".
Page 2-lines 4 and 5    Strike entirely.
Page 2-line 7           Strike "and that number shall be multiplied".
Page 2-line 9           After "year." insert "Eligibility shall be determined
                        by   the   state  rules   and  regulations    governing
                        eligibility   determinations  for   an   individualized
                        education program or an individualized family service
                        plan.".
Page 2-line 18          Delete "(i) and (r)". HARVEY

2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,



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Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Buchanan and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 57    Nays 3   Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/29/2008   S04 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings and Von Flatern
Conflicts: Senator(s) Massie
Ayes 4    Nays 0   Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 1

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0117SS001/ADOPTED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 8            After "1" delete ",".
Page 2-line 9            After "prepared" strike ",".
Page 2-line 11           After   "Eligibility"    insert  "for   developmental
                         preschool services".
Page 2-line 12           Delete "eligibility".
Page 2-line 13           Delete "determinations for".
Page 3-line 13           Delete "July 1, 2008" insert "immediately upon
                         completion of all acts necessary for a bill to become
                         law as provided by Article 4, Section 8 of the
                         Wyoming Constitution". COE, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Conflicts: Senator(s) Massie
Ayes 28    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0   Conflicts 1

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Martin and Philp
Ayes 56    Nays 0    Excused 4    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

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3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0056
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0056
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0056
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0086   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0118         Loss of chance doctrine abrogated.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Hallinan, Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds,
                      Iekel, Jorgensen, Lubnau, McOmie, Miller, Millin and
                      Stubson and Senator(s) Hines, Landen and Perkins

AN ACT relating to civil actions; abrogating the common law doctrine of "loss
of   chance"  as   specified;  providing   legislative  findings;  specifying
applicability; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Childers, Cohee,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson,
Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Craft,
Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Martin, Olsen,
Simpson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 41    Nays 19    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Hallinan, Harvey, Iekel, Landon, Lubnau, Millin and
Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Esquibel, K. and Hales
Ayes 7   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0118HW002/ADOPTED
Delete the Hallinan committee of the whole amendment (HB0118HW001/A) entirely
                         and further amend as follows:
Page 2-line 2            After "based." delete balance of line.
Page 2-lines 3 through 6       Delete entirely.
Page 2-line 7            Delete "Therefore,"; after "abrogated" insert "for
                         any person unable to establish a loss of chance of
                         twenty-five percent (25%) or more. In a civil action
                         resulting in a successful loss of chance claim, the
                         damages recoverable by the plaintiff shall equal the
                         total sum of the damages for the underlying injury or
                         death multiplied by the percentage of the chance for
                         successful treatment that was determined to have been
                         lost as a result of the negligence of the defendant".
                         HALLINAN, MILLIN, SIMPSON

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading


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2/25/2008   H Laid Back Pursuant to HR 9-3

HB0118H3001/FAILED
Delete the Hallinan committee      of     the   whole    amendment   (HB0118HW002/A)
entirely. STEWARD, ILLOWAY

2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin,
McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Illoway, Landon and
Mercer
Ayes 54    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff
3/4/2008    S Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0119        National animal identification system.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Wallis, Shepperson and Teeters

AN ACT relating to the livestock board; prohibiting state participation in a
national animal identification system; voiding all cooperative agreements and
identification lists based on a national animal identification system;
prohibiting spending of any public funds on a national animal identification
system;   repealing   the   confidentiality   of   livestock   premises    and
identification   records;   authorizing   and  restricting   private    animal
identification systems and public systems for disease control programs; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan, Davison,
Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Goggles, Hallinan, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Millin, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Meyer,
Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Slater, Stubson, Warren and White
Ayes 29    Nays 31    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0120        Temporary food events.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)    Wallis   and   Jorgensen   and   Senator(s)
                     Vasey

AN ACT relating to public health and safety; modifying license requirements
and fees for temporary food events; and providing for an effective date.




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2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0121        Agriculture production innovations.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)  Zwonitzer,   Dn.,   Edmonds,   Harvey,
                     Petersen, Shepperson and Throne

AN ACT relating to agriculture; establishing the agricultural innovation
account as specified; providing for the administration of the account;
creating the agricultural innovation oversight committee; providing an
appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Davison, Diercks,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Lubnau, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Berger, Brechtel, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Dockstader, Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek,
Stubson and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Buchanan
Ayes 34    Nays 25    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0122        Game    wardens-enforcement            of    littering
                     provisions.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Samuelson, Brown, Childers and Millin
                     and Senator(s) Burns

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; providing game and fish law
enforcement personnel authority to enforce littering statutes; and providing
for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H06

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer,
Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Brechtel, Childers, Davison, Diercks, Gilmore,
McOmie, Miller, Semlek and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Buchanan
Ayes 50    Nays 9    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H06 Recommended Do Pass



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                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Brown, Childers, Craft, Goggles,       Iekel,   Jaggi,
Slater and Thompson
Nays: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/19/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/20/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/21/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Davison and Diercks
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Absent: Representative(s) White
Ayes 55    Nays 3    Excused 1    Absent 1    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/21/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/26/2008   S06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns, Coe, Massie and Mockler
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/27/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/28/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
2/29/2008   S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert,
Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Townsend and
Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout, Case and Geis
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman and Vasey
Ayes 25     Nays 3  Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   Assigned Number HEA No. 0024
2/29/2008   H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0024
2/29/2008   S President Signed HEA No. 0024
3/4/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0024
3/4/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0035    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0123            Cooperative electric utilities-rate regulation.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Simpson, Brown, Illoway and Jones and
                         Senator(s) Coe

AN ACT relating to cooperative electric utilities; removing requirement that
cooperative electric utility be organized under the laws of Wyoming for


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purposes of exemption from rate regulation; and providing for an effective
date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0124        Wildlife and natural resource trust-funding.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)  Simpson,  Cohee,   Gingery,  Landon,
                     Lubnau and Martin and Senator(s) Massie, Ross, Schiffer
                     and Vasey

AN ACT relating to public funds; redirecting certain funds to the Wyoming
wildlife and natural resource trust account as specified; and providing for
an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, Meyer, Millin,
Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Warren and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown, Davison,
Diercks, Dockstader, Esquibel, F., Hales, Harshman, Harvey, Jones, Jorgensen,
Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek,
Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Buchanan
Ayes 32    Nays 27    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0125        Insurance-use of credit information.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dn., Blake,    Edmonds   and
                     Warren and Senator(s) Landen and Mockler

AN ACT relating to insurance; prohibiting the use of credit scoring in
underwriting, canceling, denying or nonrenewing policies as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Buchanan, Childers,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Madden,
McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Brown, Cohee, Dockstader,
Edwards, Gingery, Hallinan, Illoway, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin,
Slater, Steward and Stubson
Ayes 43    Nays 17    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed



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                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Gilmore and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brown, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Quarberg and
Stubson
Ayes 2   Nays 7    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0126        Homestead exemption amendments.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Anderson, R.

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a property tax
exemption for senior citizens as specified; providing administration and
procedures; providing definitions; providing an appropriation; providing for
applicability; requiring a report; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff;
            Intro Vote

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0127        Prescription drugs-physician shopping.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)     Simpson,   Gingery   and   Lubnau   and
                     Senator(s) Fecht

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; amending the Wyoming Controlled
Substances Act of 1971 to further specify illegal means of obtaining and
dispensing controlled substances or obtaining prescriptions for controlled
substances; amending penalties; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne, Wallis,  Warren,  White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Diercks and Hales



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Ayes 57     Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0      Conflicts 0

2/21/2008    H10 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Harvey, Landon, Lubnau and Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Hales, Hallinan and Millin
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 5   Nays 3    Excused 1     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0127HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 10          After "(iii)" insert "through (v) and by creating a
                        new paragraph (vi)".
Page 2-line 6           After "for" delete balance of line.
Page 2-line 7           Delete entirely.
Page 2-line 8           Delete "possession of,".
Page 2-After line 21    Insert:
            "(iv) To furnish false or fraudulent material information in, or
omit any material information from, any application, report, or other
document required to be kept or filed under this act, or any record required
to be kept by this act; or
            (v)   To make, distribute, or possess any punch, die, plate,
stone, or other thing designed to print, imprint, or reproduce the trademark,
trade name, or other identifying mark, imprint, or device of another or any
likeness of the foregoing upon any drug or container or labeling thereof so
as to render the drug a counterfeit substance;. or
            (vi) To prescribe or dispense to any person known to be
acquiring possession of, or to procure administration of, any controlled
substance by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, deception or subterfuge.".
Page 2-line 24          After "(iii)" insert "or (vi)".
Page 3-line 4           After "(iii)" insert "or (vi)". LANDON, CHAIRMAN

HB0127HW001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 5           Delete "," insert "or".
Page 2-line 8           Delete "or to procure the administration of".
Page 2-lines 23 and 24  Delete    entirely,  including  the   House   standing
                        committee amendment (HB0127HS001/A) to these lines.
Page 3-lines 1 through 23      Delete entirely, including the House standing
                        committee amendment (HB0127HS001/A) to these lines
                        and insert:
      "(b) Except as otherwise provided:
            (i) A person who is convicted upon a plea of guilty or no contest
or found guilty of violating paragraph (a)(iii) or (vi) of this section is
guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than six (6)
months, a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), or
both, and the person may be ordered to receive a substance abuse assessment
conducted by a substance abuse provider certified by the department of health
pursuant to W.S. 9-2-2701(c) before sentencing;
            (ii) A person convicted upon a plea of guilty or no contest or
found guilty of a second offense of violating paragraph (a)(iii) or (vi) of
this section is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not
more than one (1) year, a fine of not more than one thousand dollars
($1,000.00), or both, and the person shall be ordered to receive a substance
abuse assessment conducted by a substance abuse provider certified by the
department of health pursuant to W.S. 9-2-2701(c) before sentencing;
            (iii) A person convicted upon a plea of guilty or no contest or
found guilty of a third or subsequent offense of violating either paragraphs
(a)(iii) or (vi) of this section is guilty of a felony punishable by




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imprisonment for not more than ten (10) years, a fine of not more than ten
thousand dollars ($10,000.00), or both;
            (iv) In the event a substance abuse assessment orders pursuant to
this section is provided by an entity with whom the department of health
contracts for treatment services, the costs of the assessment shall be paid
by the offender subject to the sliding fee scale adopted pursuant to W.S. 35-
1-620 and 35-1-624; provided however, if the assessment is ordered as a
result of a felony conviction under this section, the assessment shall be
conducted and costs assessed pursuant to W.S. 7-13-1301, et seq.;
            (v)   Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the term of
probation imposed by a court under paragraph (a)(iii) or (vi) of this section
for a first or second conviction may exceed the maximum term of imprisonment
established for this offense under paragraph (a)(iii) or (vi) of this
section provided the term of probation, together with any extension thereof,
shall in no case exceed two (2) years.". SIMPSON

2/22/2008   H Passed CoW
2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0127H3001/ADOPTED (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 3-lines 1 through 23     In paragraph (b)(iv), created by the Simpson
                        committee of the whole amendment (HB0127HW001/A) to
                        these lines, delete "orders" insert "ordered".
Page 3-lines 1 through 23     In the Simpson committee of the whole amendment
                        (HB0127HW001/A) to these lines, delete paragraph
                        (b)(v) entirely and insert:
            "(v) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the term of
probation imposed by a court for a violation of paragraph (a)(iii) or (vi) of
this section for a first or second conviction may exceed the maximum term of
imprisonment established for the applicable offense under paragraph (i) or
(ii) of this subsection provided the term of probation, together with any
extension thereof, shall in no case exceed two (2) years.". SIMPSON

HB0127H3002/ADOPTED (CORRECTED COPY)
Delete the standing committee amendment (HB0127HS001/A) entirely; further
amend as follows:
Page 2-line 6     After "for" delete balance of line.
Page 2-line 7     Delete entirely.
Page 2-line 8     Delete "possession of,".
Page 3-lines 1 through 23      In paragraph (b)(i), created by the Simpson
                        committee of the whole amendment (HB0127HW001/A) to
                        these lines, after "(a)(iii)" delete "or (vi)"; in
                        paragraph (b)(ii), created by the Simpson committee
                        of the whole amendment (HB0127HW001/A) to these
                        lines,    after  "(a)(iii)"   delete "or  (vi)";   in
                        paragraph (b)(iii), created by the Simpson committee
                        of the whole amendment (HB0127HW001/A) to these
                        lines, delete "either paragraphs" insert "paragraph";
                        after "(a)(iii)" delete "or (vi)".
Page 3-lines 1 through 23      In paragraph (b)(v), created by the Simpson
                        third reading amendment (HB0127H3001/AC) to these
                        lines, after "paragraph (a)(iii)" delete "or (vi)".
                        HALLINAN, WARREN

2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,



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Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward,   Stubson,  Teeters,   Thompson,  Throne,   Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel, Diercks and Hales
Ayes 57    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/29/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Fecht, Hastert, Landen and Scott
Excused: Senator(s) Aullman
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S   Placed   on General File
3/3/2008    S   Passed   CoW
3/4/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Ayes 30    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0046
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0046
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0046
3/12/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0046
3/12/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0083    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0128            Central registry of child protection cases.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Mercer, Buchanan, Cohee and Shepperson
                         and Senator(s) Fecht and Ross

AN ACT relating to the central registry of child protection cases; amending
definitions; specifying requirements for "substantiated" cases of child abuse
or neglect; eliminating "under investigation" cases from the central
registry; repealing conflicting provisions; requiring removal of pending
cases "under investigation" from the central registry as specified; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.


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Ayes 60     Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0      Conflicts 0

2/19/2008    H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Mercer, Olsen,
Shepperson and Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008    H Placed on General File

HB0128HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 24           After "advice" insert "on the right to counsel and".
                         BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

HB0128HW001/FAILED
Page 2-line 15           After "occurred" insert ".      The decision of the
                         office of administrative hearings shall be a final
                         agency decision, subject to judicial review as
                         provided in W.S. 16-3-114".
Page 3-line 8            Strike "is able" insert "determines".
Page 3-line 9            After "investigation" insert "sufficient evidence
                         exists"; strike "case" insert "finding".
Page 3-line 11           After "of" insert "the opportunity to admit to the
                         abuse    or    neglect    as    provided    in   W.S.
                         14-2-202(a)(xi)(C) and of"; strike "request" insert
                         "appear alone or with counsel at"; delete "for".
Page 3-line 12           Delete "final determination" insert "on the suspected
                         case of abuse or neglect". MERCER

2/21/2008    H Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:     Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Brechtel, Buchanan, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Hallinan, Jaggi, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen,
Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters, Wallis and White
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart,    Lubnau,  Martin,   Meyer,   Millin,   Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Iekel
Ayes 19     Nays 40    Excused 1     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0129         Property tax-college foundation.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Philp and McOmie and Senator(s) Bebout

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing a property tax exemption
for property held by a community college or the University of Wyoming or a
related foundation as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Buchanan, Childers, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Goggles, Hallinan,


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Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau,
McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Teeters,
Thompson, Wallis and White
Nays:   Representative(s) Brown, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Illoway, Lockhart, Madden, Martin,
Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Slater, Stubson,
Throne, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 34    Nays 26    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0130            Establishment of public roads.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Davison, Brown, Dockstader, Jaggi,
                         McOmie, Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek and Thompson and
                         Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper, Geis, Hastert and Sessions

AN ACT relating      to    the establishment     of highways; exempting certain
agriculture roads    on    public lands from     procedure; and providing for an
effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Madden, Slater, White
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hallinan and Hammons
Ayes 7    Nays 2   Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Did Not Consider for Introduction



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H.B. No. 0131        Homeowner's tax credit-county option.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Davison, Dockstader, Jaggi, Miller and
                     Olsen and Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper and Sessions

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a county optional
homeowner's tax credit; providing procedures and qualifications; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater,   Steward,  Stubson,   Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery, Jorgensen and Wallis
Ayes 57    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Gilmore, Madden, Miller and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Lubnau, Semlek       and
Stubson
Ayes 4   Nays 5    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0132        Surveyors and engineers.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Jorgensen, Cohee, Hammons,     Lockhart
                     and McOmie and Senator(s) Hastert and Nicholas

AN ACT relating to professions and occupations; amending provisions relating
to licensure of engineers and land surveyors; providing for administration
and regulation of engineers and land surveyors as specified; providing for
electronic filings; modifying name of licensing board; providing fees;
providing disciplinary proceedings; imposing penalties; making conforming
amendments; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, McOmie, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.




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Nays:   Representative(s) Craft, Gilmore, Illoway, Landon, Martin, Mercer,
Meyer and Thompson
Excused: Representative(s) Miller and Steward
Ayes 50    Nays 8    Excused 2   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H09 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey, Lockhart,
Meyer, Quarberg and Steward
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0132HW001/FAILED
Page 21-line 18         After "qualified." delete balance of the line.
Page 21-line 19         Delete entirely. LANDON

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lubnau, Martin,
McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Mercer, Miller
and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 51    Nays 7    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/29/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Fecht and Larson
Nays: Senator(s) Bebout and Cooper
Excused: Senator(s) Vasey
Ayes 2   Nays 2    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    S Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to SR 7-3(c)

H.B. No. 0133        Taxation of helium.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Anderson, R., Gilmore, Miller, Semlek
                     and Wallis and Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case and Mockler

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the taxation of helium
as specified; providing definitions; providing legislative findings; and
providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03



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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H03 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Miller
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/28/2008   S03 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case, Mockler and Ross
Nays: Senator(s) Jennings
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Larson, Massie, Meier, Mockler,
Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions, Vasey and Von
Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Geis, Jennings, Landen and Townsend
Ayes 26    Nays 4    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0036
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0036



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3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0036
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0036
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0059    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0134            School   district        immunity        and        liability
                         insurance.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Stubson   and   Simpson   and   Senator(s)
                         Massie

AN ACT relating to school districts; clarifying that school districts have
the same governmental immunity as other governmental entities; authorizing
school districts to purchase liability insurance and establish self-insurance
pools as specified; waiving governmental immunity as specified; repealing
inconsistent provisions; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Davison, Goggles, Mercer, Semlek
and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Olsen
Ayes 52    Nays 7    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction



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2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S04
2/27/2008   S04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Coe, Jennings, Massie and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/28/2008   S   Passed   CoW
2/29/2008   S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/3/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case, Perkins and Scott
Ayes 27    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0027
3/3/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0027
3/4/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0027
3/5/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0027
3/5/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0050    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0135            Fuel disclosure.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s)   Cohee,   Edwards   and   Jones   and
                         Senator(s) Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to standards for petroleum products; requiring disclosure of
nonrefined fuels and nonpetroleum products included in gasoline or diesel
when sold to a wholesaler, retailer or consumer; providing definitions;
granting rulemaking authority; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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2/22/2008   H Placed on General File
2/22/2008   H Passed CoW
2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading

HB0135H3001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 21              After "gasohol" insert "comprising more than one-half
                            of one percent (.5%) by volume and". COHEE

2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/28/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Geis
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0035
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0035
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0035
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0035
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0073    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0136            Dyed fuel-enforcement.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Cohee, Edwards, Esquibel, F. and Jones
                         and Senator(s) Geis and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; providing for inspections of the load and
fuel of certain vehicles; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08


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                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 58    Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008       H08 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008       H Placed on General File

HB0136HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 18              Reinsert stricken language; delete new language and
                            insert "in the tank or tanks which supply diesel fuel
                            to the engine of the motor vehicle. A state trooper
                            or special enforcement officer".
Page   2-line   19          Delete entirely.
Page   2-line   20          Delete "personnel".
Page   2-line   21          Delete "being transported by the vehicle or".
Page   2-line   22          After "tank" insert "or tanks"; after "vehicle"
                            insert "as authorized by W.S. 31-1-203(b)". EDWARDS,
                            CHAIRMAN

2/22/2008       H Passed CoW
2/25/2008       H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008       H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Davison, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer,
Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Samuelson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Diercks,
Edmonds, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson and Teeters
Ayes 47    Nays 13    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/27/2008       S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008       S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/28/2008       S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008       S Placed on General File

HB0136SW001/ADOPTED      (TO ENGROSSED COPY)



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Page 2-line 20             Delete "without limitation" insert "upon probable
                           cause to believe that the vehicle is operating in
                           violation of this paragraph or other law,". MEIER

2/29/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0136S2001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Delete the Meier Committee of the Whole amendment (HB0136SW001/AE) entirely
                       and further amend as follows:
Page 2-line 20         Delete   "without   limitation"   insert  "during  an
                       inspection under W.S. 31-18-301 or during a weight or
                       safety inspection".
Page 2-line 21         After "fuel" insert ".     A state trooper or special
                       enforcement officer may, upon probable cause to
                       believe that the vehicle is operating in violation of
                       this paragraph or other law, withdraw and inspect any
                       diesel fuel". FECHT, JOHNSON, MEIER

3/3/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/4/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Petersen,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery, Lubnau, Millin, Olsen, White and Zwonitzer,
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Philp
Ayes 53    Nays 6    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0040
3/5/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0040
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0040
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0040
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0069   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0137         Castle doctrine.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Quarberg, Childers, Edmonds, Gingery,
                      Jaggi and Petersen and Senator(s) Case, Coe and Jennings

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; providing immunity from civil action
for using deadly force as specified; allowing for the use of physical or
deadly force under specified circumstances in defending a person, premises,


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property or in response to the commission of a crime; providing definitions;
providing for conforming amendments; and providing for an effective date.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Jorgensen, Landon and
Warren
Ayes 54    Nays 6    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:  Representative(s) Bagby, Dockstader, Gingery, Olsen, Shepperson and
Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Buchanan and Mercer
Ayes 6   Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0137HS001.01/ADOPTED (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 2            Delete "criminal prosecution or".
Page 1-line 6            After "crime;" delete balance of the line.
Page 1-line 7            Delete entirely.
Page 2-line 1            Delete "criminal prosecution and".
Page 2-line 4            Delete "(a)".
Page 2-line 6            Delete line through "and".
Page 2-line 12           After "officer." delete balance of the line.
Page 2-lines 13 through 24      Delete entirely.
Page 3-lines 1 through 4        Delete entirely.
Page 3-line 22           Delete "person" insert "intruder".
Page 3-line 24           Delete "an" insert "another's home or habitation".
Page 4-line 1            Delete "occupied structure"; delete "person" insert
                         "intruder".
Page 4-line 2            Delete "the" insert "his home or habitation;".
Page 4-line 3            Delete "occupied structure;".
Page 4-line 7            Delete "or had occurred".
Page 4-line 22           After "used;" insert "or".
Page 5-lines 1 through 3        Delete entirely.
Page 5-line 5            Delete "(iv)" insert "(iii)".
Page 5-line 7            Delete line through "structure" insert "another's
                         home or habitation".
Page 5-line 23           Delete    "a   person's occupied   structure"   insert
                         "another's home or habitation". BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

HB0137HS001.02/FAILED  (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 5           Delete    "premises,"   insert "premises  or"; after
                        property insert ";" and delete the balance of the
                        line.
Page 1-line 6           Delete "of a crime."
Page 5-lines 13 through 20     Delete entirely.
Page 5-line 22          Delete "(d)" insert "(c)". BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN



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2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman,
Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Craft, Hales and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 54    Nays 4    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08
2/28/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Johnson and Landen
Nays: Senator(s) Hastert and Von Flatern
Ayes 3   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
3/3/2008    S Passed CoW

HB0137S2001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-lines 3 through 6       Delete.
Page 1-line 11           After "6-1-204" delete balance of line and insert
                         "is".
Page 2-line 1            Before "A" insert "Except as provided by W.S.
                         6-1-103(a),"; after "force" delete balance of line
                         and insert "as reasonably necessary in defense of his
                         person, property or abode or to prevent injury to
                         another".
Page 2-line 2            Delete through "force and".
Page 2-line 3            Delete "such" insert "the"; after "force" insert "."
                         and delete balance of line.
Page 2-lines 4 through 24      Delete.
Pages 3 and 4            Delete.
Page 5-lines 1 through 11      Delete and renumber.
Page 5-line 13           Delete "3" insert "2". SCOTT, FECHT

HB0137S2003/FAILED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Delete the Scott, et al. Second Reading Amendment (HB0137S2001/AE) entirely
                        and further amend as follows:
Page 3-line 7           Delete "and".
Page 3-line 9           Delete "uses" insert "used".
Page 3-line 11          Delete "." insert "; and".
Page 3-After line 11    Insert and renumber:
            "(iii) The person who used defensive force used such force when
it was necessary or apparently necessary under the circumstances.        The
requirement of this paragraph does not create a duty to retreat from one's
home or habitation when attacked therein.".
Page 4-lines 12 through 19    Delete the Hastert Second Reading Amendment
                        (HB0137S2002/AE) to these lines and further amend as
                        follows:




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Page 4-line 16          Delete "he reasonably believes"; after "necessary"
                        insert "or apparently necessary".
Page 4-line 18          After "another" insert "." and delete balance of the
                        line.
Page 4-line 19          Delete entirely. CASE

3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading

HB0137S3001/FAILED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Delete the Scott, et al. Second Reading Amendment (HB0137S2001/AE) entirely
                         and further amend as follows:
Page 2-line 1            Before "A" insert "Except as provided by W.S.
                         6-1-103(a),"; after "force" delete balance of line
                         and insert "as reasonably necessary in defense of his
                         person, property or abode or to prevent injury to
                         another".
Page 2-line 2            Delete through "force and".
Page 2-line 3            Delete "such" insert "the"; after "force" insert "."
                         and delete balance of line.
Page 2-lines 4 through 8       Delete.
Page 3-line 7            Delete "and".
Page 3-line 9            Delete "uses" insert "used".
Page 3-line 11           Delete "." insert "; and".
Page 3-After line 11     Insert and renumber:
            "(iii) The person who used defensive force used such force when
it was necessary or apparently necessary under the circumstances.          The
requirement of this paragraph does not create a duty to retreat from one's
home or habitation when attacked therein.".
Page 4-line 16           Delete "he reasonably believes"; after "necessary"
                         insert "or apparently necessary".
Page 4-line 18           After "another" insert "." and delete balance of the
                         line.
Page 4-line 19           Delete entirely. CASE

HB0137S3002/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Delete the Scott, et al. Second Reading Amendment (HB0137S2001/AE) entirely;
                         delete     the    Case    Third   Reading    Amendment
                         (HB0137S3001/AE)    entirely  and  further  amend   as
                         follows:
Page 2-line 1            Before "A" insert "Except as provided by W.S.
                         6-1-103(a),"; after "force" delete balance of line
                         and insert "as reasonably necessary in defense of his
                         person, property or abode or to prevent injury to
                         another",
Page 2-line 2            Delete through "force and".
Page 2-line 3            Delete "such" insert "the"; after "force" insert "."
                         and delete balance of line.
Page 2-lines 4 through 8        Delete.
Page 4-line 7            After "duties" insert "." and delete balance of line.
Page 4-lines 8 through 10       Delete.
Page 4-lines 12 through 19      Delete and renumber.
Page 4-line 21           Delete "(d)" insert "(c)". ROSS, PERKINS

3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Massie, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott,
Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Job



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Ayes 29     Nays 1      Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/6/2008     H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008     H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater,   Steward,  Stubson,   Teeters,   Thompson,   Throne, Wallis, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Jorgensen and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 57    Nays 2    Excused 1    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

3/6/2008     Assigned Number HEA No. 0059
3/7/2008     H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0059
3/7/2008     S President Signed HEA No. 0059
3/13/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0059
3/13/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0109     Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0138           Denturists licensing board.

Sponsored By:           Representative(s) Quarberg and Senator(s) Scott

AN ACT relating to the licensure of denturists; creating a board of
denturists; regulating the practice of denturism; providing for licensing,
fees, examinations and other regulation of denturists; repealing prohibition
on soliciting for denturism services; providing criminal penalties for
violations of denturist act; providing definitions; and providing for an
effective date.

2/11/2008    Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008    H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan, Landon,
Madden, Miller, Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 12    Nays 46    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0139        Reduction      of     state     government       through
                     attrition.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dn., Berger, Cohee, Miller,
                     Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters and Wallis and Senator(s)
                     Aullman and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to administration of government; requiring state agencies to
reduce the number of positions when employees are lost through attrition as
specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Berger, Brechtel, Buchanan, Childers, Davison,
Dockstader, Gingery, Harshman, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Teeters, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Blake, Brown, Cohee,
Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Petersen,
Quarberg, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren and Zwonitzer,
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 20    Nays 39    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0140        Optional alcoholic beverage tax.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Philp, Davison, Goggles and McOmie and
                     Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper and Peterson

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for the optional
imposition of an excise tax on liquor as specified; providing for procedures;
and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0141        Forcible entry and detainer amendments.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)   Stubson,   Brown   and   Teeters   and
                     Senator(s) Jennings

AN ACT relating to civil procedure; amending the forcible entry and detainer
provisions as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Miller,



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Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Davison, Goggles, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, McOmie, Mercer and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 50    Nays 10    Excused 0    Absent 0     Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Mercer, Olsen
and Shepperson
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery and Throne
Ayes 7    Nays 2    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0141HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 7           Delete "1-21-1006 and"; delete "are" insert "is".
Page 1-lines 10 through 15    Delete entirely.
Page 2-lines 1 and 2    Delete entirely. BUCHANAN, CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S06
2/28/2008   S06 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Burns and Coe
Nays: Senator(s) Massie
Excused: Senator(s) Mockler
Ayes 3   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson,
Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Massie, Mockler and Scott
Ayes 27    Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0



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3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0037
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0037
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0037
3/7/2008    Governor Signed HEA No. 0037
3/7/2008    Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0067    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0142            Driver services fees 2.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Edwards, Anderson R., Brown, Harshman,
                         Illoway, Jaggi, McOmie, Meyer, Petersen, Simpson and
                         Warren

AN ACT relating to driver services; increasing driver's licenses fees and
other fees as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H08

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin,
McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:     Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Buchanan, Davison, Diercks,
Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Gingery, Harvey, Jones, Jorgensen, Mercer,
Miller, Olsen, Quarberg, Semlek, Teeters and Thompson
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 40    Nays 19    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H08 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Hallinan, Hammons,
Madden, Slater, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden,   Martin,   McOmie,   Meyer,   Millin,  Petersen,   Samuelson,  Semlek,
Shepperson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:      Representative(s)   Alden,    Bagby,  Brechtel,   Davison,  Diercks,
Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Harvey, Jones, Lubnau,
Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Simpson, Teeters and Warren
Ayes 39     Nays 21    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S08


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2/28/2008   S08 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Geis, Hastert, Johnson, Landen and Von Flatern
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S   Placed   on General File
2/29/2008   S   Passed   CoW
3/3/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S   Failed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Senator(s) Burns, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Johnson, Massie,
Mockler, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Case, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Jennings, Job, Landen, Larson, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Vasey
Ayes 12    Nays 18    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0143            Memorial hospital districts-use of levy.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Alden, Davison, Dockstader and Teeters

AN ACT relating to memorial hospital districts; providing for use of tax
levies as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Brown, Buchanan, Cohee,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gingery, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, McOmie, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Blake, Brechtel, Childers, Craft,
Gilmore, Goggles, Jones, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Petersen, Philp, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Thompson, Throne and Wallis
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 40    Nays 19    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H07 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin,         Meyer,   Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,


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Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S05
2/29/2008   S05 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Geis, Johnson, Perkins and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.B. No. 0144        Speech pathologists-national certification.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Meyer, Craft,       Davison,      Gilmore   and
                     Iekel and Senator(s) Decaria

AN ACT relating to education, providing reimbursement for speech pathologists
who obtain national certification; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H04; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff;
            Intro Vote

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Martin, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer,
Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Edmonds, Gingery, Jones,
Madden, McOmie, Olsen, Semlek and Teeters
Conflicts: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 49    Nays 10     Excused 0    Absent 0  Conflicts 1

3/4/2008    H Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0145        Professional        and   commercial      licenses-lawful
                     residents.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)    Simpson   and   Mercer   and     Senator(s)
                     Perkins

AN ACT relating to the administration of government; providing that any state
or local benefit shall be awarded only to a person lawfully in the United
States as specified; providing definitions; and providing for an effective
date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                  ROLL CALL


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Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Landon, Lockhart, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Hales, Jorgensen, Madden and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 49    Nays 9    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Quarberg,
Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Gilmore
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0145HS001/ADOPTED
Page 3-line 1           After "Contains" delete balance of the line.
Page 3-line 2           Delete the line through "other".
Page 3-line 14          Delete "." insert ";".
Page 3-After line 14    Insert:
                        "(D) Driver's license or similar document issued for
the purpose of identification by a state, if it contains a photograph of the
individual or other personal identifying information.". ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

HB0145HW001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 15             Delete "6-2-201." insert "16-2-201.".
Page 3-After line 14       In    the   first    standing   committee   amendment
                           (HB0145HS01/A) to this line after "information."
                           insert "The driver's license or similar document
                           shall be current or expired less than one (1) year.".
                           SIMPSON

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0145H2001/ADOPTED
Page 5-After line 5           Insert:
                  "(E) Worker's compensation benefits pursuant to title 27,
article 14 of the Wyoming statutes.". SIMPSON

2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Hallinan, Harshman,
Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin,
Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Craft, Diercks, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jorgensen, McOmie,
Millin, Olsen, Throne, Wallis and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 40    Nays 18    Excused 2     Absent 0  Conflicts 0



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2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction

H.B. No. 0146        Commercial electronic mail.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Lubnau

AN ACT relating to electronic mail; providing a cause of action against a
person who sends commercial electronic mail as specified; creating the crime
of electronic mail fraud; providing penalties; providing definitions; and
providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0147        Driving with headlights.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) McOmie

AN ACT relating to regulation of motor vehicles on highways; requiring
headlights be used when a vehicle is in operation upon a highway; and
providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0148        National   guard   medical        recruitment      and
                     retention program.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Hallinan, Edwards, McOmie and Mercer
                     and Senator(s) Hastert

AN ACT relating to the national guard; creating the Wyoming national guard
medical professional recruitment and retention program; providing payment of
the annual WWAMI contract payment to qualifying WWAMI medical students as
specified; providing a malpractice insurance premium reimbursement for
national guard medical professionals as specified; providing restrictions;
providing   conditions  for  repayment  of   assistance  received;  granting
rulemaking authority; providing definitions; providing a sunset date;
requiring a report; providing an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Blake, Brown, Davison, Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel,
F., Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Landon, Lockhart, Mercer,
Millin, Slater, Thompson, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Dockstader, Edmonds, Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Warren and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau



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Ayes 19      Nays 40    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0149          Unfilled position elimination.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Wallis and Mercer

AN ACT relating to state government; providing for the elimination of
positions in state governmental entities which remain unfilled as specified;
and providing for an effective date.

 2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008    H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
             Vote

H.B. No. 0150          Governmental immunity-vanpools.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Throne, Illoway, Jorgensen and Millin
                       and Senator(s) Fecht

AN ACT relating to governmental immunity; extending Wyoming Governmental
Claims Act to local governments in adjoining states entering vanpooling
contracts through intergovernmental cooperation with local governments in
this state to deliver not for profit transportation services; extending
definition of public employee to include volunteer vanpool drivers; and
providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008     H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel,
Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin,
Petersen, Samuelson, Slater, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn.
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:     Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Davison, Dockstader,
Edwards, Harvey, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, McOmie, Miller, Olsen, Philp,
Quarberg, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Teeters and Wallis
Ayes 39    Nays 21    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0151          Tax relief program amendments.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Childers, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader,
                       Goggles, Hales, Harvey and Martin and Senator(s) Job and
                       Schiffer

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing amendments to the tax
refund to the elderly and disabled program as specified; repealing
conflicting provisions; providing an appropriation; and providing for an
effective date.

2/12/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008     H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                    ROLL CALL




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Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Landon, Lubnau, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne,
Warren and White
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Brechtel, Cohee, Edmonds, Edwards, Hammons,
Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Madden, McOmie, Quarberg, Stubson, Teeters,
Wallis, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 42    Nays 17    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Miller
and Semlek
Nays: Representative(s) Madden, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 6     Nays 3  Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/20/2008   H02 Recommended Do Not Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen and Philp
Nays: Representative(s) Berger
Excused: Representative(s) Warren
Ayes 5   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0151HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-Above line 1     In the catch title delete "Property".
Page 1-line 3           After   "specified;"   insert  "repealing  conflicting
                        provisions;".
Page 1-line 8           After "W.S. 39-11-109(c)(ii)" insert ", (iii), (vi)";
                        after "(intro)" insert "and (C)".
Page 1-line 15          Strike "resource" insert "asset".
Page 2-line 13          Delete "thirty-".
Page 2-line 14          Delete   all  new   language  and   insert   "seventeen
                        thousand five hundred dollars ($17,500.00)".
Page 2-line 17          Delete all new language and insert "ten thousand
                        dollars ($10,000.00)".
Page 2-line 21          Delete all new language.
Page 2-line 22          Delete "($57,000.00)" insert "twenty-eight thousand
                        five hundred dollars ($28,500.00)".
Page 2-line 24          Delete "thirty-".
Page 3-line 1           Delete all new language and insert "sixteen thousand
                        dollars ($16,000.00)".
Page 3-After line 5     Insert:
            "(iii) Qualified residents shall apply to the department, or its
designee, in the county of their residence, on or before the last working day
in August of each year for a refund of exempted sales and use taxes,
certifying age, residency, disability, if any, marital status, resources
assets and income under oath on forms prescribed by the department. Each
application shall be submitted under oath by the applicant and shall be
accompanied by a copy of the applicant's federal income tax return for the
previous calendar year or a statement under oath that the applicant was not
required to file a return for the previous calendar year. The department
shall issue upon request to each qualified applicant a receipt acknowledging
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            (vi)    The department shall promulgate rules and regulations to
carry out the provisions of this subsection.          The department of revenue
shall promulgate rules and regulations as authorized by paragraph (vii) of
this subsection;".
Page 3-line 8            After "subsection" strike balance of the line and
                         insert "unless the person has total household assets
                         as defined by the department of revenue through rules
                         and regulations of not to exceed twenty-five thousand
                         dollars   ($25,000.00)   per   adult   member   of   the
                         household as adjusted annually by the state average
                         Wyoming   cost-of-living   index    published   by   the
                         economic analysis division of the department of
                         administration and information".
Page 3-line 9            Strike all existing language and delete all new
                         language.
Page 3-line 10           Delete   the   line  through    "($25,000.00)";   strike
                         "resources" insert "assets"
Page 3-After line 13     Insert:
                   "(C)   One (1) automobile personal motor vehicle per adult
in the household.
      Section 2. W.S. 39-11-109(c)(i)(B) and (E) is repealed.".
Page 3-line 15           Delete "Section 2." insert "Section 3."
Page 3-line 21           Delete "Section 3." insert "Section 4."        ANDERSON,
                         R., CHAIRMAN

HB0151HS002/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 3           Delete "providing an appropriation;".
Page 3-lines 15 through 19     Delete entirely including the first standing
                        committee amendment (HB0151HS001/A) to these lines.
Page 3-line 21          Delete    the  first  standing   committee   amendment
                        (HB0151HS001/A) to this line. PHILP, CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW

HB0151H2001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 8           In    the    first   standing   committee  amendment
                        (HB0151HS001/A) to this line delete the second "and"
                        and insert ","; after "(C)" insert "and by creating
                        new subparagraphs (D) and (E)".
Page 3-After line 13    In    the    first   standing   committee  amendment
                        (HB0151HS001/A) to this line after subparagraph (C)
                        insert:
                  "(D)    Assets held under a bona fide pension plan or
individual retirement account (IRA);
                  (E) The cash value of any life insurance policies held.".
ANDERSON, R.

HB0151H2002/FAILED
Page 1-line 8           Before "is" insert "and by creating a new paragraph
                        (viii)".
Page 3-After line 13    In    the   first   standing   committee  amendment
                        (HB0151HS001/A) to this line after "household."
                        insert:
            "(viii) Any refund as provided by this section shall be reduced
by the dollar amount received by the person applying for the refund for the
preceding calendar year of any exemption received for veterans under W.S.
39-13-105, any home owner's tax credit under paragraph (d)(i) of this
section, any property tax deferral under W.S. 39-13-107(b)(iii) or any tax
refund authorized under W.S. 39-13-109(c).". MADDEN, ANDERSON, R.

2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading



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HB0151H3001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 8           Before "is" insert "and by creating a new paragraph
                        (viii)".
Page 3-After line 13    In   the  Anderson,   R.   second  reading   amendment
                        (HB0151H2001/A) to this line after "held." insert:
            "(viii) Any refund provided by this subsection shall be reduced
by the dollar amount received by the applicant for the preceding calendar
year from any exemption under W.S. 39-13-105, any home owner's tax credit
under W.S. 39-13-109(d)(i) or any tax refund under W.S. 39-13-109(c)(iii).".
MADDEN, ANDERSON, R., LUBNAU

2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Edwards, Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 57    Nays 0    Excused 3    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S03
2/28/2008   S03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Case, Jennings, Mockler and Ross
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File

HB0151SS001/ADOPTED  (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 2-line 11           After "section," insert "a property tax exemption
                         under W.S. 39-13-105,".
Page 4-line 1            After "department" insert "of health".
Page 4-lines 3 through 5       Delete.
Page 4-line 11           Delete "revenue" insert "health". ANDERSON, CHAIRMAN

HB0151SS002/ADOPTED  (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 3           After     "provisions;"    insert     "providing   an
                        appropriation;".
Page 5-After line 13    Insert and renumber:
      "Section 3. Two million three hundred thousand dollars ($2,300,000.00)
of the funds appropriated by 2004 Wyoming Session Laws, Chapter 121, Section
4, shall not revert and are hereby re-appropriated to the department of
health for the purposes of this act.      Of this appropriation, up to eighty
thousand dollars ($80,000.00) may be used to administer the provision of this
act. This appropriation shall be for the period beginning with the effective



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date of this act and ending June 30, 2010.       This appropriation shall be
included in the department's standard budget for the 2011-2012 biennium.".
Page 5-line 15          Delete "3" insert "4". NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0060
3/7/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0060
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0060
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0060
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0110   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0152         State board of public charter schools.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Edmonds, Cohee, Gingery, Mercer,
                      Samuelson, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn. and
                      Senator(s) Jennings

AN ACT relating to charter schools; establishing the state board of public
charter schools; providing rulemaking authority and other powers and duties;
providing for charter school applications to the state board of public
charter schools or a district board; modifying length of operation under
charter; modifying other charter school provisions; conforming provisions;
specifying initial board terms; providing appropriations; and providing for
an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Diercks, Edmonds, Gingery, Hallinan, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Mercer, Millin, Olsen,


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Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:     Representative(s) Blake, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman,
Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Thompson, Throne and Warren
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 38    Nays 21    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0153         Economic development account 2.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Lockhart, Brechtel, Edmonds, Esquibel,
                      F., Hammons, Harvey, Meyer, Quarberg and Steward and
                      Senator(s) Fecht and Larson

AN ACT relating to economic development; providing an appropriation as
specified to an account within the revolving investment fund created under
article 16, section 12 of the Wyoming constitution; and providing for an
effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Teeters, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 53    Nays 5    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H09 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brechtel, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Hammons, Harvey,
Lockhart, Quarberg and Steward
Excused: Representative(s) Meyer
Ayes 8    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Petersen, Philp
and Warren
Ayes 7     Nays 0  Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0153HS001/ADOPTED
Page 1-line 10          Delete "ten million dollars ($10,000.000.00)" insert
                        "two   million dollars   ($2,000,000.00)".    PHILP,
                        CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading


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                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White
and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Edwards, Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 56    Nays 1   Excused 3    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/28/2008   S09 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht, Larson and Vasey
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
2/29/2008   S02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Job, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson and Townsend
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S Placed on General File

HB0153SS001/FAILED   (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 10           Delete "two million dollars ($2,000,000.00)" insert
                         "four million dollars ($4,000,000.00)".     LARSON,
                         CHAIRMAN

HB0153SS002.01/ADOPTED   (CORRECTED COPY) (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 14           After "9-12-302." insert "Of this amount, only one-
                         half (1/2) shall be loaned out in any fiscal year.".
                         NICHOLAS, CHAIRMAN

HB0153SS002.02/FAILED (CORRECTED COPY) (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Delete the First Senate Standing Committee Amendment (HB0153SS001/A) entirely
                        and further amend as follows:
Page 1-line 10          Delete "two million dollars ($2,000,000.00)" insert
                        "three million dollars ($3,000,000.00)".    NICHOLAS,
                        CHAIRMAN

3/3/2008    S Passed CoW
3/4/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier, Perkins, Peterson,
Ross, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Case, Hastert, Hines, Job, Massie, Mockler, Nicholas,
Schiffer, Scott and Sessions
Ayes 20    Nays 10    Excused 0     Absent 0 Conflicts 0




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3/6/2008    H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008    H Did Concur

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/6/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0061
3/7/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0061
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0061
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0061
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0108   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0154         Tax refund to elderly and disabled.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Dockstader,     Childers   and   Martin   and
                      Senator(s) Job and Schiffer

AN ACT relating to the tax refund to the elderly and disabled program;
modifying eligibility criteria and benefits under the program; providing an
appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0155         Recruitment of physicians and dentists.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)     Lubnau,   Hallinan,    Harvey,   Iekel,
                      Landon and Millin

AN ACT relating to health care services; providing a grant program for
physician recruitment; providing grant eligibility and payment conditions;
granting rulemaking authority; repealing a local matching funds requirement
for the physician and dentist loan repayment program; providing an
appropriation; and providing for an effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H10

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp,
Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Jones and Zwonitzer, Dv.



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Excused: Representative(s) Olsen
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan and Steward
Ayes 53    Nays 4   Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 2

2/19/2008   H10 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Esquibel, K., Hales, Harvey, Iekel, Landon, Lubnau
and Millin
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan and Steward
Ayes 7     Nays 0   Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 2

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H02
2/21/2008   H02 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Berger, Jorgensen, Philp and Warren
Nays: Representative(s) Harshman, Jones and Petersen
Ayes 4   Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0155HS001/ADOPTED  (CORRECTED COPY)
Page 1-line 6           Delete     line   through   "position"    insert   "an
                        appropriation".
Page 9-line 11          Delete "(a)".
Page 10-lines 2 through 15     Delete entirely. PHILP, CHAIRMAN

2/22/2008   H Passed CoW
2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Cohee,
Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Martin, McOmie, Meyer,
Millin, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Harshman, Jones,
Madden, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Semlek, Teeters and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan and Steward
Ayes 45    Nays 13    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 2

2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S10
2/28/2008   S10 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Aullman, Fecht, Landen and Scott
Excused: Senator(s) Hastert
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/28/2008   S Rereferred to S02
3/3/2008    S02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Meier and Peterson
Nays: Senator(s) Job, Nicholas and Townsend
Ayes 2   Nays 3    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0



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3/3/2008   S Placed on General File
3/3/2008   S Passed CoW

HB0155S2001/ADOPTED (TO ENGROSSED COPY)
Page 1-line 5           Delete "providing".
Page 1-line 6           Delete "an appropriation;".
Page 9-lines 6 through 19     Delete and renumber.
Page 10-line 1          Delete "5" insert "4". NICHOLAS

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Geis, Hines, Job,
Johnson, Larson, Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Aullman, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Hastert, Jennings, Landen,
Massie, Scott and Sessions
Ayes 20    Nays 10    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/4/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
3/5/2008   S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Geis,
Hastert, Hines, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier, Perkins, Peterson, Ross,
Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays:   Senator(s) Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Jennings, Job, Larson, Mockler,
Nicholas and Schiffer
Ayes 20    Nays 10    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008   H Received for Concurrence
3/6/2008   H Did Not Concur

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Berger, Olsen, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Buchanan,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren and White
Excused: Representative(s) Davison
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan and Steward
Ayes 5    Nays 52    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 2

3/6/2008   H Appointed JCC01 Members
           Representative(s) Iekel, Hales, Zwonitzer, Dv.
3/7/2008   S Appointed JCC01 Members
           Senator(s) Scott, Geis, Hastert
3/7/2008   H Adopted HB0155JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Craft,
Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel K., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Lubnau,
McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Simpson, Slater,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren and White
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson R., Brechtel, Cohee, Harshman, Illoway,
Jones, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Semlek, Shepperson, Teeters,
Wallis and Zwonitzer Dv.



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Excused: Representative(s) Berger, Childers, Davison, Esquibel F., Lockhart
and Zwonitzer Dn.
Conflicts: Representative(s) Hallinan and Steward
Ayes 36 Nays 16    Excused 6    Absent 0    Conflicts 2

3/7/2008    S Adopted HB0155JC01

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Cooper, Decaria, Fecht, Geis,
Hastert, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Mockler, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend and Vasey
Nays:   Senator(s) Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Hines, Jennings, Job, Larson,
Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson and Von Flatern
Ayes 17    Nays 13    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

HB0155JC01/AA ADOPTED
Delete the following Senate amendments:
HB0155S2001/AE
Further amend the ENGROSSED COPY as follows:
Page 9-line 6           Delete "eight hundred" insert "four hundred thousand
                        dollars ($400,000.00)".
Page 9-line 7           Delete the line through "($800,000.00)".
IEKEL, HALES, SCOTT, GEIS, HASTERT

3/7/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0062
3/7/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0062
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0062
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0062
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0121   Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0156         Commercial vehicle speeding penalty.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Edwards, Jones, Mercer and Wallis and
                      Senator(s) Geis, Johnson and Von Flatern

AN ACT relating to motor vehicle violations; providing an increase in the
fine for speeding in a commercial vehicle as specified; and providing for an
effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0157         Loss of support restitution.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s)   Throne,   Berger   and   Craft   and
                      Senator(s) Hastert and Job

AN ACT relating to victim restitution; providing restitution for loss of
support as specified; providing definitions; and providing for an effective
date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff;
            Intro Vote

                                   ROLL CALL



                                      254
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown, Childers,
Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie,
Meyer,   Miller,  Millin,   Olsen,   Petersen,   Philp,  Quarberg, Samuelson,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery,
Mercer, Semlek and Teeters
Ayes 52    Nays 8    Excused 0     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Died In Committee

H.B. No. 0158        Influenza vaccination feasibility study.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Iekel, Berger,         Hallinan,  Harvey,
                     Landon and Martin and Senator(s)        Aullman, Fecht and
                     Massie

AN ACT relating to health and welfare; providing for a school based influenza
vaccination feasibility study; providing for a report; and providing for an
effective date.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0159        Industrial siting amendments.

Sponsored By:       Representative(s) Meyer, Craft, Davison, Jaggi,       Mercer
                    and Throne and Senator(s) Cooper and Hastert

AN ACT relating to industrial development and siting; providing for
industrial siting impact assistance payments for oil and gas impacts on local
governments as specified; providing procedures; amending related provisions;
and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0160        Cooperative electric utilities-rate regulation-
                     2.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Edmonds and Simpson

AN ACT relating to cooperative electric utilities; removing requirement that
cooperative electric utility be organized under the laws of Wyoming for
purposes of exemption from rate regulation; and providing for an effective
date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,



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Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Olsen
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H07 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin,      Meyer,   Miller,
Quarberg, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Placed on General File

HB0160HS001/ADOPTED
Page 2-line 2            After "2." delete balance of the line and insert
                         "This act is effective immediately upon completion of
                         all acts necessary for a bill to become law as
                         provided by Article 4, Section 8 of the Wyoming
                         Constitution.". ILLOWAY, CHAIRMAN

2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater,
Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, McOmie and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 55    Nays 3    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/28/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Cooper and Decaria
Nays: Senator(s) Case and Larson
Excused: Senator(s) Scott
Ayes 2   Nays 2    Excused 1     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    S Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to SR 7-3(c)

H.B. No. 0161         Salvage yards-restrictions.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Miller and Senator(s) Bebout

AN ACT relating to abandoned vehicles; prohibiting the licensing of storage
and disposal facilities within platted subdivisions; and providing for an
effective date.



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2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0162        Property    tax       assessed      value         increase
                     limitations.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Simpson and Senator(s) Bebout

AN ACT relating to taxation and revenue; providing for a limit in the
increase in assessed value of residential property; providing definitions;
providing rulemaking authority; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hallinan, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi,
Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Diercks, Esquibel, F., Gilmore,
Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jorgensen and Throne
Ayes 50    Nays 10    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H03 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H Placed on General File; Did Not Consider in CoW

H.B. No. 0163        Popular vote compact.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Diercks

AN ACT relating to elections; authorizing the governor to enter into the
interstate compact for the election of the president of the United States by
national popular vote; requiring each member state to conduct a statewide
popular election for president and vice president; providing procedures for
presidential electors; providing definitions; and providing for an effective
date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hammons, Harvey, Jorgensen, Martin, Meyer,
Millin, Thompson, Throne and Warren
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery,
Hales, Hallinan, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Madden,


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McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 17    Nays 41    Excused 2   Absent 0     Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0164        Large vehicle speed limits.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Harshman, Blake, Brown, Craft, Martin
                     and Petersen and Senator(s) Job and Massie

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; establishing a separate speed limit for
large vehicles as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0165        Bar and grill licenses-downtown revitalization.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Zwonitzer, Dn., Meyer,           Millin   and
                     Stubson and Senator(s) Aullman and Fecht

AN ACT relating to liquor licenses; increasing the number of bar and grill
liquor licenses as specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Bill Withdrawn by Sponsor

H.B. No. 0166        Minimum wage.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Throne, Bagby, Martin and Millin

AN ACT relating to labor and       employment;   increasing   minimum   wages;   and
providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jorgensen, Madden, Martin,
Meyer, Millin, Thompson, Throne and Warren
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards, Gingery, Hallinan,
Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, McOmie, Mercer,
Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 19    Nays 39    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0167        Child fatality review.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Iekel, Esquibel, K., Hallinan, Millin
                     and Petersen and Senator(s) Aullman, Landen and Ross

AN ACT relating to child fatality reviews; providing for a child fatality and
major injury review state team created within the department of health;
providing for confidentiality of review proceedings; creating protection for
review team members and review findings; providing for local review teams to
review all cases of preventable child fatalities and major injuries;
providing   mandatory  responsibilities   of  review   teams;  providing  for
coordination between local review teams and the state team; granting
rulemaking authority; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Buchanan, Childers,
Craft, Dockstader, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Iekel, Jaggi, Jorgensen, Landon, Madden, Martin, Meyer, Millin,
Petersen, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White and
Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Cohee, Davison,
Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Gilmore, Goggles, Harvey, Illoway, Jones,
Lockhart, McOmie, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 31    Nays 27    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0168        Bed and breakfast establishments.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Diercks

AN ACT relating to public health and safety; exempting license requirements
and fees for bed and breakfast establishments; and providing for an effective
date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Childers, Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Jorgensen,
Landon, Martin, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater,
Teeters, Wallis, Warren and White
Nays:    Representative(s) Buchanan, Cohee, Davison, Dockstader, Edwards,
Hales, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Madden, McOmie, Mercer,
Millin, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, Thompson,
Throne, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 34    Nays 25    Excused 1     Absent 0  Conflicts 0




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H.B. No. 0169         Contracts     for           public   improvements-bid
                      requirements.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Diercks

AN ACT relating to public improvements; providing an increase in the bid
threshold for which a municipal public improvement contract shall be
advertised for bid; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Dockstader
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 57    Nays 1    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H05
2/21/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Blake, Diercks, Edmonds, Samuelson, Semlek, Teeters,
Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H Placed on General File
2/22/2008   H Passed CoW

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2/25/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/26/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White
and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Conflicts: Representative(s) Dockstader
Ayes 57    Nays 2    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 1




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2/27/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/27/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/29/2008   S09 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht and Larson
Excused: Senator(s) Vasey
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/29/2008   S   Placed   on General File
3/3/2008    S   Passed   CoW
3/4/2008    S   Passed   2nd Reading
3/5/2008    S   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria,
Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Job, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie,
Meier, Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Sessions,
Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Case
Ayes 29    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

3/5/2008    Assigned Number HEA No. 0047
3/6/2008    H Speaker Signed HEA No. 0047
3/7/2008    S President Signed HEA No. 0047
3/13/2008   Governor Signed HEA No. 0047
3/13/2008   Assigned Chapter Number

Chapter No. 0117    Session Laws of Wyoming 2008.

H.B. No. 0170            Local government infrastructure commission.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Semlek and Senator(s) Meier

AN ACT relating to administration of government; creating the local
government infrastructure and capital construction commission; transferring
duties of state loan and investment board to local government infrastructure
and capital construction commission as specified; creating a select
legislative committee; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H07

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hallinan, Harvey,
Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, Mercer,
Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Wallis, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jorgensen, McOmie,
Millin, Thompson, Throne, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman, Lubnau and Philp
Ayes 46    Nays 11    Excused 3     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Miller and Zwonitzer, Dn.



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Nays: Representative(s) Brown, Gilmore, Illoway, Martin, Meyer, Quarberg and
Stubson
Ayes 2   Nays 7    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.B. No. 0171        Severance taxes-penalties.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Lubnau and Wallis

AN ACT relating to severance taxes; limiting offsetting credits to overpaid
severance taxes as specified; requiring department of revenue to calculate
penalties; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.B. No. 0172        Homicide during pregnancy.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Harshman, Brechtel, Gingery and Olsen
                     and Senator(s) Jennings and Ross

AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; establishing the offense of
involuntary termination of pregnancy; imposing a penalty; and providing for
an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Brechtel, Buchanan, Cohee,
Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, K., Gingery, Hallinan, Harvey, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Lockhart, Madden, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Simpson, Slater,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:    Representative(s) Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown, Childers, Craft,
Diercks, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hammons, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Martin, Shepperson, Steward, Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer,
Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 36    Nays 22    Excused 2     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

H.B. No. 0173        Aggravated assault and battery penalties.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Harshman, Brechtel     and   Gingery   and
                     Senator(s) Jennings and Ross

AN ACT relating to aggravated assault and battery; providing an increased
penalty for certain acts constituting aggravated assault and battery as
specified; and providing for an effective date.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                  ROLL CALL




                                     262
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Hales
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:  Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Gingery, Mercer, Olsen and
Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Dockstader and Shepperson
Ayes 7   Nays 2    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/18/2008   H Placed on General File

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2/21/2008   H Passed CoW
2/22/2008   H Passed 2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/26/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S01
3/3/2008    S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.J. No. 0001         Initiative and referendum requirements.

Sponsored By:         Representative(s) Brown, Berger, Blake, Buchanan, Cohee,
                      Craft, Davison, Edwards, Gingery, Hallinan, Iekel,
                      Lubnau, Madden, Meyer, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
                      Samuelson, Shepperson, Simpson, Steward, Stubson, White
                      and Zwonitzer, Dn. and Senator(s) Burns, Decaria,
                      Larson, Nicholas, Ross, Schiffer and Von Flatern




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A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution to modify the
signature requirement for a petition for an initiative or referendum;
changing the requirement from fifteen percent of those resident in at least
two-thirds of the counties to at least fifteen percent of those resident in
at least two-thirds of the senate districts in the state.

12/17/2007   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Brechtel
Ayes 59    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/22/2008    H12 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Buchanan,         Cohee,      Hammons,
Illoway, Landon, Lubnau, Martin, Philp, Simpson and Thompson
Nays: Representative(s) Diercks
Ayes 12    Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/22/2008    H   Placed   on General File
2/22/2008    H   Passed   CoW
2/25/2008    H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/26/2008    H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Diercks, Esquibel, F., Millin and Throne
Ayes 56    Nays 4    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/26/2008    S Received for Introduction
2/26/2008    S Introduced and Referred to S01
2/27/2008    S01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Burns, Decaria, Perkins, Ross and Sessions
Ayes 5   Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/27/2008    S Placed on General File

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2/28/2008   S Passed CoW
2/29/2008   S Passed 2nd Reading
3/3/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Bebout, Burns, Coe, Cooper, Decaria, Geis,
Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Meier, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson,
Ross, Schiffer, Scott, Townsend, Vasey and Von Flatern
Nays:    Senator(s) Aullman, Case, Fecht, Hastert, Job, Massie, Mockler and
Sessions
Ayes 22     Nays 8    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/3/2008    Assigned Number HEJR No. 0001
3/3/2008    H Speaker Signed HEJR No. 0001
3/4/2008    S President Signed HEJR No. 0001

H.J. No. 0002        Senior citizen property tax relief.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Hammons, Bagby, Dockstader, Madden and
                     Martin and Senator(s) Aullman, Geis and Vasey

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution by providing
for a home owner's property tax exemption.

1/10/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Craft,
Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore,
Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Petersen, Simpson, Slater,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee,
Edwards, Harshman, Harvey, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Mercer, Miller, Olsen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Steward, Teeters, Wallis and
White
Ayes 37    Nays 23    Excused 0     Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Suspended Rules 24-12

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp,
Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson,
Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Gingery, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Quarberg and
Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Anderson, R.
Ayes 53    Nays 6    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Reconsidered

                                   ROLL CALL


                                      265
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan,
Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart,
Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward,
Stubson, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Gingery, Jorgensen, Quarberg and Teeters
Excused: Representative(s) Anderson, R.
Ayes 55    Nays 4    Excused 1   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03; No Report Prior to CoW Cutoff;
            Intro Vote

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Edwards,
Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons,
Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden,
Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Samuelson,
Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Thompson, Throne,
Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:   Representative(s) Anderson, R., Buchanan, Gingery, Jones, Jorgensen,
Philp, Quarberg, Teeters and Wallis
Ayes 51    Nays 9    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Died In Committee

H.J. No. 0003        Residential property-uniformity of assessment.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Olsen, Dockstader    and   Gingery   and
                     Senator(s) Aullman and Larson

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution; making
residential property an additional class of property for assessment of taxes;
granting the legislature the ability to determine for residential property
the total ad valorem tax and restrict increases in property taxes or
assessments.

1/15/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/12/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway,
Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer,
Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Hales, Hammons,
Harshman, Jorgensen, Quarberg and Wallis
Ayes 51    Nays 9    Excused 0    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/15/2008   H03 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Miller, Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.


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Ayes 9      Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0      Conflicts 0

2/15/2008     H Placed on General File
2/18/2008     H Rereferred to H02
2/19/2008     H02 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Harshman, Jones, Petersen, Philp and Warren
Nays: Representative(s) Jorgensen
Excused: Representative(s) Berger
Ayes 5   Nays 1    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008     H Placed on General File

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2/22/2008     H Failed CoW; Indef Postponed

                                    ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Buchanan, Davison, Dockstader, Gingery, Lubnau,
Madden, Mercer, Miller, Olsen, Shepperson and White
Nays: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Diercks, Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, K.,
Gilmore, Hales, Hammons, Harshman, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon,
Lockhart,    Martin,  McOmie,   Meyer,   Millin,   Petersen, Philp, Quarberg,
Samuelson, Semlek, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused:    Representative(s) Esquibel, F., Goggles, Hallinan, Harvey, Iekel
and Simpson
Ayes 11     Nays 43    Excused 6     Absent 0    Conflicts 0

H.J. No. 0004          Designation of disabilities.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s)   Esquibel,  F.,   Buchanan,   Harvey,
                       Millin, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv. and Senator(s)
                       Case, Fecht and Massie

A JOINT RESOLUTION urging Wyoming state agencies to replace references to
"mental retardation" in their documents with a more respectful term or
description that reflects increased sensitivity to those who experience this
disability; and recommending Wyoming state agencies review and consider
language currently used by other states that have previously changed their
references.

1/29/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008     H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008     H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin,
Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.


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Excused:    Representative(s) Harshman and Lubnau
Ayes 58      Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008    H01 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Olsen, Shepperson and Throne
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008    H Placed on General File; Did Not Consider in CoW

H.J. No. 0005          Real ID Act repeal.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Esquibel, F. and Warren

A JOINT RESOLUTION requesting Congress to repeal the creation of a national
identification card and the implementation of the Real ID Act of 2005.

2/6/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H01

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel, Buchanan,
Childers, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds, Esquibel, F.,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harvey, Iekel,
Illoway, Jaggi, Landon, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Slater,
Steward, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, Zwonitzer, Dn. and
Zwonitzer, Dv.
Nays:    Representative(s) Anderson, R., Brown, Cohee, Edwards, Gingery,
Harshman, Jones, Jorgensen, Lockhart, Olsen, Petersen, Simpson, Stubson and
White
Ayes 46    Nays 14    Excused 0    Absent 0  Conflicts 0

2/20/2008    H01 Recommended Amend and Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Bagby, Buchanan, Dockstader, Gingery, Mercer,
Shepperson and Throne
Nays: Representative(s) Olsen
Ayes 8    Nays 1    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/20/2008    H Placed on General File; Did Not Consider in CoW

H.J. No. 0006          Statewide satellite carriage of Wyoming PBS.

Sponsored By:          Representative(s) Illoway and Senator(s) Bebout

A JOINT RESOLUTION requesting Congress to amend the Satellite Home Viewers
Improvement Act.

2/8/2008     Bill Number Assigned
2/11/2008    H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008    H Introduced and Referred to H04

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,


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Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne,
Wallis, Warren, White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 60    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H04 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Craft, Davison, Diercks, Goggles, Jaggi, McOmie,
Teeters, Wallis and White
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S07
2/28/2008   S07 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Case, Cooper, Decaria and Larson
Excused: Senator(s) Scott
Ayes 4   Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File; Did Not Consider In CoW

H.J. No. 0007            Property tax limits.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Miller,   Cohee   and   Dockstader   and
                         Senator(s) Bebout and Coe

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution; relating to
taxation and revenue; creating an additional class of property for assessment
of taxes; providing for a limit in the increase in property tax on real
residential property as specified; and providing definitions.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/13/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H03

                                 ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader, Edmonds,
Edwards, Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hallinan, Hammons,


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Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau,
Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller, Millin, Olsen, Petersen,
Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson, Slater, Stubson,
Teeters, Thompson, Throne, White and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:   Representative(s) Brown, Esquibel, F., Hales, Jorgensen, Steward,
Wallis, Warren and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 52    Nays 8    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   Motion to Do Pass Failed

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Miller
Nays: Representative(s) Anderson, R., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Lubnau, Madden,
Semlek, Stubson and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Ayes 1    Nays 8    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    H Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 4-3(c)

H.J. No. 0008        Property     tax-assessed           value       increase
                     limitations.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s)   Simpson,   Childers,    Illoway   and
                     Quarberg and Senator(s) Bebout and Coe

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution; relating to
taxation and revenue; creating an additional class of property for assessment
of taxes; providing for a limit in the increase in assessed value on real
residential property as specified; and providing definitions.

2/11/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/12/2008   H Received for Introduction; Did Not Consider for Introduction
            Vote

H.J. No. 0009        Property tax relief-tax freeze.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Esquibel, K.

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution by providing
for a homeowner's property tax exemption.

2/12/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/14/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards,
Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Goggles, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Olsen,
Petersen, Shepperson and Thompson
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Gingery, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Mercer, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White,
Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Miller
Ayes 18    Nays 41    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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H.J. No. 0010            Radio stations.

Sponsored By:            Representative(s) Diercks and   Berger   and   Senator(s)
                         Burns, Mockler and Townsend

A JOINT RESOLUTION requesting Congress to support the local radio freedom
act.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Introduced and Referred to H09

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles,
Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Iekel, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones,
Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 59    Nays 0    Excused 1    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/19/2008   H Rereferred to H05
2/21/2008   H05 Recommended Do Pass

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:    Representative(s) Blake, Brechtel, Diercks,        Edmonds,    Samuelson,
Semlek, Teeters, Wallis and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Ayes 9    Nays 0    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/21/2008   H   Placed   on General File
2/21/2008   H   Passed   CoW
2/22/2008   H   Passed   2nd Reading
2/25/2008   H   Passed   3rd Reading

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes: Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Brechtel,
Brown, Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Davison, Diercks, Dockstader,
Edmonds, Edwards, Esquibel, F., Esquibel, K., Gingery, Goggles, Hales,
Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Harvey, Illoway, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen,
Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, Madden, Martin, McOmie, Mercer, Meyer, Miller,
Millin, Olsen, Petersen, Philp, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson,
Simpson, Slater, Steward, Stubson, Teeters, Thompson, Throne, Wallis, Warren,
White, Zwonitzer, Dn. and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Gilmore and Iekel
Ayes 58    Nays 0    Excused 2    Absent 0   Conflicts 0

2/25/2008   S Received for Introduction
2/25/2008   S Introduced and Referred to S09
2/28/2008   S09 Recommended Do Pass

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes: Senator(s) Bebout, Cooper, Fecht and Vasey
Nays: Senator(s) Larson
Ayes 4   Nays 1    Excused 0    Absent 0    Conflicts 0

2/28/2008   S Placed on General File
2/29/2008   S Passed CoW


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3/3/2008    S Passed 2nd Reading
3/4/2008    S Passed 3rd Reading

                                  ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Senator(s) Anderson, J., Aullman, Bebout, Burns, Case, Coe, Cooper,
Decaria, Fecht, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Job, Johnson, Landen, Massie, Meier,
Mockler, Nicholas, Perkins, Peterson, Ross, Scott, Sessions, Townsend, Vasey
and Von Flatern
Nays: Senator(s) Jennings, Larson and Schiffer
Ayes 27    Nays 3    Excused 0   Absent 0    Conflicts 0

3/4/2008    Assigned Number HEJR No. 0002
3/4/2008    H Speaker Signed HEJR No. 0002
3/5/2008    S President Signed HEJR No. 0002

H.J. No. 0011        Prohibition on transfer taxes.

Sponsored By:        Representative(s) Madden, Esquibel, K.   and   Miller   and
                     Senator(s) Bebout, Hastert and Meier

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution by prohibiting
any tax upon the transfer of title to or an interest in real property.

2/13/2008   Bill Number Assigned
2/13/2008   H Received for Introduction
2/15/2008   H Failed Introduction

                                   ROLL CALL
Ayes:   Representative(s) Bagby, Blake, Craft, Diercks, Dockstader, Edwards,
Esquibel, K., Hales, Hallinan, Harvey, Illoway, Madden, Martin, Meyer,
Miller, Millin, Olsen, Philp, Steward, Teeters, Thompson and Zwonitzer, Dn.
Nays:    Representative(s) Alden, Anderson, R., Berger, Brechtel, Brown,
Buchanan, Childers, Cohee, Davison, Edmonds, Esquibel, F., Gilmore, Gingery,
Goggles, Hammons, Harshman, Iekel, Jaggi, Jones, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart,
McOmie, Mercer, Petersen, Quarberg, Samuelson, Semlek, Shepperson, Simpson,
Slater, Stubson, Throne, Wallis, Warren, White and Zwonitzer, Dv.
Excused: Representative(s) Lubnau
Ayes 22    Nays 37    Excused 1     Absent 0   Conflicts 0




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                               TWENTIETH DAY
                               MARCH 7, 2008

Majority Floor Leader Simpson moved that bills currently pending before this
body in the 59th Wyoming State Legislature, 2008 Budget Session, be
indefinitely postponed.

Minority Floor Leader Martin seconded the motion.       Speaker Cohee called for
the vote and the motion carried.

Majority Floor Leader Simpson moved to inform the Senate that the House of
Representatives of the 59th Wyoming State Legislature, 2008 Budget Session,
has completed its business and is ready to adjourn. Speaker Cohee called for
the vote and the motion carried.      Speaker Cohee directed the House Chief
Clerk,  Patricia   Benskin,   to  inform   the  Senate   that  the   House  of
Representatives of the 59th Wyoming State Legislature, 2008 Budget Session, is
ready to adjourn.

Majority Floor Leader Simpson moved that a committee of two be appointed to
inform the Governor that the House has completed its business and is ready to
adjourn; and to escort His Excellency, the Governor, to the House Chamber.
Speaker Cohee called for the vote and the motion carried.       Speaker Cohee
directed Representative Stubson and Representative Hales to inform the
Governor that the House of Representatives is ready to adjourn; and to please
escort His Excellency, Governor Dave Freudenthal to the House Chamber.

The House stood at ease until the sound of the gavel.

Sergeant of Arms Darrel Moore    announced   His   Excellency,   the   Governor   of
Wyoming, Dave Freudenthal.

Speaker Cohee welcomed Governor Freudenthal to the House of Representatives.

Mr. Speaker, members of the House of Representatives for the State of
Wyoming, I appreciate the opportunity to greet you and to bid you farewell.

As you know at this stage of the session, we look back and there are bills
that everybody's worked on, some of which made it, some of which didn't. We
all have some degree of disappointment. There is some disappointment I have
as chief executive in terms of the CBM discharge bill, some health care
bills, property tax relief, but those disappointments are dwarfed by what I
believe to be a substantial body of work accomplished during the last 20
legislative days.

Our first mission when we gather here pursuant to the constitution is to
concentrate on the adoption of a budget, and we did that - a fairly
substantial budget and one which was adopted largely premised on a
presentation of a budget in which we included all of the funding items. And
I think that's an important step.      Where we included all of the local
government funding, all of the transportation funding and all of the other
categories because it set us in context.      If one wanted to add money to
highways, they had to take it from somewhere. If you wanted to add money to
local governments, you had to take it from somewhere. And so you were placed
in the context that a budget process accounted for the relative speed and
dispatch with which the budget was adopted as much as anything. In addition
to that, the Appropriations Committee under the leadership of the chairman
spent a great deal of time educating themselves as to the requests that you
as individual members would hear from agencies or interest groups to come and
add money. And each of those then could be discussed - not in the context of
an individual bill, not in the context of an individual proposal - but in the


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context of an overall budget that we're prepared to live with for the next
two years.

The other thing that's important to realize is that we will return here next
session - most of us will return here next session to confront what will be
additional available revenue. I report to you that the price of natural gas
today at Opal is $8.96 which makes me an incredibly good governor and makes
you incredibly good representatives of the state of Wyoming. The point being
that as you go home and you think about what we confront in the next session,
there are two things that are important. One is that there will be revenues,
but revenues that now become focused on the question of: How do we no longer
make up for 20 years of no revenue, but how do we use these revenues to
continue to advance us on a path of excellence and advancement for the
citizens of this state?

In prior years, a lot of the funding was really making up for things that we
weren't able to do when we didn't have the funding.    We've established the
base in this budget, and next session we will have the opportunity to take
that base funding and to go from there to excellence.

I also know that there are a number of lobbyists - I've heard from them - who
have talked about how incredibly dull this session has been, that there's
nothing to do.    I think part of that is simply because they don't have
anything to bill their clients for.      On the other hand I think it also
reflects the fact that what this session has been - it's been relatively
quiet, but it has not been unproductive and in fact the session really is, is
that still waters run deep. If you look at the breadth of legislation that
you considered and the breadth of budget items that you considered, there is
much that has been done for the state. Obviously the initial attention will
go to the efforts that have had to do with carbon capture and sequestration -
that seems to be the one that captures the national eye, in part because this
is in fact the first body to substantively address the issue.     Most of the
bills that have passed I refer to them as having no effect during the life
and begin of the current politician in office. They talk about what they're
going to do in 2020.    What this legislature did is talk about what we're
going to do now and how we're going to act to actually implement the efforts.
I commend you for that.

But there are also other bills, all of which you saw come through, bills that
both in terms of change of language and change of attitude afford the
recognition of the human dignity of every citizen in the state.       We took
steps that understand the importance of education, which is fully funded. We
took steps to understand the importance of property rights, the proper role
of counties. I think it’s been a pretty remarkable session. And remember,
you did it all in 20 days.

So, one of the reasons the session was relatively quiet is when you have a
lot of work to do, you don’t have a lot of time to do anything else. And I
watched people struggle over the bills, try to understand what it is you are
voting on, and I commend all of you for those efforts.

It is a session which will be reflected upon as time goes by as a session in
which we put the capstone on the efforts to build a budget framework that
addressed the needs of the past and began to lay the framework for where we
go in future years.

I cannot be here without commenting upon Mr. Speaker.

I have enjoyed a positive relationship with the Speaker, a positive
relationship that’s been characterized by agreement on some issues,
disagreement on others, but always a healthy ability to communicate and to



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understand that when we disagreed, we need not be disagreeable nor does it
mean that we shouldn’t continue to work together.

Because as public servants we have an obligation, and that obligation to the
people who elected us is that we have to put aside the sort of temporary
disappointments or the penchant for the speaker to be wrong and for me to set
that aside and understand that at the end of the day we owe the citizens who
elected us a collegial relationship in which we work to move things forward.
I commend the Speaker.    He has done a marvelous job during his tenure as
Speaker to improve the well-being of the citizens of the state, the economy
of the state and to respect each of the individual members of this body.

Two other items: one is contained in the budget and some of the other
legislation are some steps that I think are going to turn out very important
with regard to the management of the state’s resources.    We’ve talked about
some of them in terms of CO2, but the others are those things we did with
regard to sensitive species, wildlife, and game and fish. If you think about
it, at least when I first came into office, we were confronted with a series
of threatened and endangered listings with regard to species.        We spent
literally hundreds of thousands of dollars dealing with that, doing research
and really trying to take care of a problem, as we used to say, after the
horse is out of the barn we were trying to close the door. One of the things
that you’ve done in this session is establish the proposition that we’re
going to be proactive with regard to looking at sensitive species going
forward, so that in fact in the context of a properly structured state
regulatory framework, we’re going to be able to participate and try to make
sure that those decisions at the federal level are considered properly.    It
is not a small thing for us to have done that, for ultimately those decisions
which affect the resources of the state, ripple through and can undermine the
very economy on which we rely, an economy which allows us to fund education
at phenomenal levels, do things like the Hathaway scholarship, fund the
Wildlife Trust Fund, put money in the Cultural Trust Fund, have a funding
level for mental health and substance abuse which is the envy of states all
around us.   It is a remarkable circumstance that we have, but it is not a
circumstance that will be maintained without continued diligence, and I
appreciate the work of the Legislature in trying to make forward-thinking
decisions about how to protect us as citizens and to protect our economy.

The second issue is to simply thank you for just the human courtesies that
this body affords to myself and to my bride in that, whether it’s when you
arrive at the house for the dinner or when we see each other in the hall or
when we gather, frankly to disagree, I appreciate the fact that in Wyoming we
do that in a way that is both civil and constructive, recognizing that not
all of us are going to always agree.    In fact, those of you who know Nancy
and I know that she and I don’t always agree and in that case, I’m the one
who’s wrong.    When you and I disagree, you’re the ones who are wrong. But
we have something that they do not have in some other states and they
certainly do not have in the nation’s capital, and that is the capacity to
recognize that our obligation to the people who elected us and our obligation
to those that will follow us includes maintaining a degree of civility, a
degree of substance to our discussions, and a degree of rejection of the
siren call from each of our political parties to bash the other side, not
because of the substance but because the opportunity exists.     I appreciate
what you do for the state. I appreciate the courtesies that you have shown
to my wife and me.    I am delighted that you have all shared this time with
us. I am also delighted that you’re leaving and please don’t take offense by
my next comment that it won’t bother me a lot that I won’t see you guys for a
while. God bless you.

Mr. Speaker thanked Governor Freudenthal on behalf of the members of the
House of Representatives for his closing remarks.         He then asked



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Representative   Stubson  and   Representative     Hales   to   escort   Governor
Freudenthal from the House chamber.

Speaker Cohee stated that the next order of business would be the Reading,
Correction and Approval of the Journal.

Representative Millin reported that the Journal of March 7, 2008, has been
read and recommends that it be approved.

The report was adopted.

                                  ADJOURNMENT
Majority Floor Leader Simpson moved the following:
1.    That the House of Representatives, 59th Wyoming State Legislature, be
adjourned from the Budget Session until a date and time which are determined
jointly by the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate for the
purpose of calling the House and Senate back into session.

2.    That if no such time is so established before December 31, 2008, the
House of Representatives, 59th Wyoming State Legislature, Budget Session, is
adjourned sine die effective at 12:00 o'clock noon on that date and the
Legislative General Session, 60th Wyoming Legislature, convene on the 13th day
of January, 2009 at the hour of twelve o'clock noon.

3.    That the House of Representatives specifically concurs in any identical
motion adopted by the Senate.

4.    That if the Senate fails to concur in the action of the House of
Representatives under paragraphs 1 through 3 of this motion, by adopting an
identical motion applicable to the Senate, the House of Representatives of
the 59th Wyoming State Legislature, Budget Session, is adjourned sine die.

Speaker Cohee called for the vote and the motion passed the House.

Subject to conditions set forth      in Majority Floor Leader Simpson's motion,
the House of Representatives of      the 59 th Wyoming State Legislature, Budget
Session, was adjourned and the       Legislative General Session, 60 th Wyoming
Legislature shall convene on the     13th day of January, 2009, at the hour of
twelve o'clock.

A benediction was given by Representative Dockstader.

Speaker Cohee adjourned the House.

Patricia Benskin
House Chief Clerk




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