LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

48th Oklahoma Legislature

Second Session - 2002

OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

 

 

 

 

From:  Lesa Jolly-Borin & Carolyn McCoy

 

Friday, March 22, 2002

 

Highlights this Week:

 

HB 2536 Signed into Law:  On Tuesday, March 20, 2002, Governor Frank Keating signed a measure that will divide $38 million in gasoline tax revenue between OU and OSU.  The law will establish a new fund for the Department of Central Services to be designated as the "Higher Education Facilities Revolving Fund".  The monies for the fund would come from the current one-cent assessment per each gallon of motor fuel and diesel that is sold in the state.  

 

Within the fund there will be two accounts established: one account for the University of Oklahoma weather center and the other for advanced sensor technology at Oklahoma State University.  The total amount designated for the fund is $38,000,000, which will be divided equally between OU and OSU.

 

HB 2536 passed the House on Monday with a 68-30 vote.  The 68-vote level is the minimum necessary for the required two-thirds approval of the bill's "emergency" clause that allows the bill to go into effect immediately upon the Governor's signature.  The 68 Yes votes consisted of 43 Democrats and 25 Republicans; the 30 No votes included 8 Democrats and 22 Republicans.  The roll call on the final vote on HB 2356 (called 4th reading) can be viewed at: http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/house/48leg/okh01862.txt The text of the bill can be viewed at: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/hb2536_sahb.rtf

 

State Budget Update: Following is an article from the Legislative Reporter about current state budget negotiations between the House and Senate.

 

(Legislative Reporter, 2/22/02, by Marie Price)

Budget:  Let the games begin

 

     The time has arrived to write state agency budgets for the upcoming year, and this year the process will be no fun.

     "I think we really have a challenge this session," House Speaker Larry Adair, D-Stilwell, told reporters Thursday, referring to the state's budget woes.

     The speaker was asked whether he believes agencies may have to be downsized or even eliminated in light of Oklahoma's dark fiscal picture. According to Adair, no such decision has been made.

     "We will look at all of the agencies," he said, adding that priorities will have to be set and some funding cuts made.

     In 1983, Adair said, the Legislature had to reduce the budget by about $115 million. This year's budget shortfall is about $350 million, or about three times that of almost two decades ago.

     Then, the state's financial downturn was attributable mainly to the oil bust. At the time, about one-third of state revenues came from severance taxes on oil and gas.  Today, the percentage is closer to 10 percent, but any drop in oil or natural gas prices is still felt in the state treasury.

     "I think it's a real deal this year, that we have a real shortage of money," Adair said.

     The speaker has asked legislative fiscal staff to sift through possible revenue sources for any additional cash that might be available.

     Legislative leaders still intend to protect education if possible, he added.  "We're going to try to," Adair said.

     This week, lawmakers heard from Medicaid, mental health and human services officials about the

potentially disastrous impact that any substantial funding reductions could have on their programs.

     "All of the agency heads don't paint a very pretty picture," Adair said.

     Rep. Bill J. Mitchell, D-Lindsay, House human services budget chair, is determined to continue funding for vital programs such as nutrition sites for the elderly and children's programs, Adair said.  "We may have to cut somewhere else," he added.

     May the session come down to a question of education vs. social programs?  "It could," Adair said.

     What about furloughs of state employees? "I hope not," the speaker said.

     Normally, lawmakers might dip into the constitutional reserve fund for additional program or

non-operations needs.  However, this year the fund is being tapped for the first time for current-year needs.

     "The rainy day funds that we can access will probably have to be used this year to stabilize our

budget," Adair said.  Legislators may draw out up to half of the fund's balance upon declaration of an emergency. The remainder is set aside to be used, if needed, to ensure that monthly budget needs can be met. The fund has never before been used for the latter purpose.

     Sen. Cal Hobson, D-Lexington, Senate budget vice chair and president pro tempore-designate, said that House and Senate leaders are trying to "round off the differences" in their views of the budget numbers.

     They agree as to the extent of the pending budget shortfall, Hobson said, and the available revenue streams to fill part of the gap. There is not yet agreement on current-year supplemental funding for some agencies, he added, but they are close.

     As for next year, Hobson said he believes there is agreement that this year's funding cuts will be permanent, that they will not be made up next year.

     Although both sides have said they would like to shield education from the budget axe if possible, Hobson said no determination has been made as to whether public schools, career tech and higher education should be held totally or partially harmless.

     He said that Senate President Pro Tempore Stratton Taylor, D-Claremore, wants to ensure that education funding is maintained at least at the level of the current fiscal year.  "We hope the House comes to the same conclusion," Hobson said.

     Hobson was also asked whether he thinks agencies may have to be reduced in size or eliminated.

     "That's a pretty tall order," he replied.  During his more than two decades in the Legislature, Hobson said, he has seen one or two agencies fade from view, but that is a rare undertaking.

     As for possible state-employee furloughs, the Senate leader said there is no plan to do so at this point.

     However, Hobson also pointed out that allocations to joint budget subcommittees have not yet been set.

     For most agencies, he said, it appears funding cuts may be in the 5 percent to 7 percent range.

     It would be most prudent, Hobson said, for agencies to take their reductions in administrative costs

and in vehicle, equipment and supply purchases before considering laying off employees.  "Furloughs should be a last resort," he said.

     Hobson was also asked whether he foresees a social program/education funding collision.  With so many voices speaking for what funding is available, he said, such a conflict could develop.  However, he said he hopes Rep. Mike Mass, D-Hartshorne, and Sen. Kelly Haney, D-Seminole, the legislative budget chairs, can avoid that.

     Asked whether a tax-reform proposal has any chance of real-world consideration this session, Hobson

said a plan that does not reduce state revenues always has a chance.  "But it must be revenue-neutral," he stressed.

     Budget downturns are a national phenomenon, Hobson said, not limited to Oklahoma. In some states, he added, legislators are considering tax hikes -- but that will not be the case in Oklahoma.

     If there is any good news, Hobson said, it is that indications are that the current recession will be shorter and more shallow than that experienced in the mid-1980s.  He also noted Oklahoma's more diverse economy and lessened reliance on the energy sector for a large chunk of its state revenue.

            Marie Price

 

SB 903 Rejected by the Senate:  On Monday, March 18, 2002, the Senate rejected SB 903, authored by Sen. Penny Williams (D - Tulsa) and Rep. Ray Vaughn (R - Edmond).  The bill would require written notification to faculty of reasons for changes in employment status.  Prior to the final vote, Sen. Williams amended the bill by striking the title.  This action would ensure that the bill must return to the Senate for a second vote if approved in the Senate now and later passed by the House.  The final vote was 15-22.  After the vote, Sen. Williams lodged a reconsideration motion that allows the possibility to seek another vote on the bill by the Senate within three legislative days.  The bill was not reconsidered by Thursday and thus is considered dead.

 

SB 903 bill text (does not reflect floor amendments approved before the bill was laid over last week, or the stricken title):  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb903_sflr.rtf

 

The Senate does not make records of its roll call floor votes available electronically on the Internet.  However, according to information in the Legislative Reporter Thursday, the roll call was as follows: Yes votes (15):  Cain, Haney, Harrison, Henry, Herbert, Hobson, Horner, Leftwich, Monson, Morgan, Muegge, Shurden, Stipe, Williams, Williamson.  No votes (22): Campbell, Capps, Crutchfield, Dunlap, Fair, Fisher, Ford, Johnson, Kerr, Laughlin, Maddox, Martin, Mickle, Nichols, Pruitt, Reynolds, Riley, Robinson, Rozell, Smith, Taylor, Wilkerson. Excused (10): those not on the floor at time of the vote: Coffee, Douglass, Easley, Helton, Littlefield, Milacek, Price, Rabon, Snyder, Wilcoxson

Vacancy (1): District 4

 

SB 995 Passes Senate:  SB 995 by Haney of the Senate and Mass of the House, which would change the name of Connors State College of Agriculture and Applied Science to Connors State College, passed the Senate on Tuesday, March 19, with a vote of 44-0.  The bill will now move the House floor.  Full text of the bill may be viewed at: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb995_engr.rtf

 

SB 1420 Moves to the House:  A floor substitute for SB 1420, which would require certain sex offenders to register with higher education campus police or security, passed the Senate on Tuesday, March 19, by a vote of 43-0.  SB 1420 by Maddox of the Senate and Kirby of the House, requires persons subject to the Sex Offenders Registration Act to register with the police or security department of an institution of higher learning is such person enrolls as a full or part-time student, is a full or part-time employee of a higher education institution or resides or intends to reside or stay on any property owned or controlled by the institution.  The bill will next be considered by the House.  Full text of the bill may be viewed at: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1420_engr.rtf

 

Education agencies discuss possible budget cuts

By Thomas Larson, Staff Writer

 

(GIT)  The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education met on Wednesday to discuss the agencies under their budgeting authority-the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, the Department of Libraries and the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology.

 

According to Senate staff, only 37 percent, or $3.3 million, of OETA's budget is appropriated by the state, with the rest coming from private sources. That figure works out to 98 cents per capita in state funding, one of the lowest rates in the nation. The national mean is $2.66 per capita and the national median is $2.00 per capita. Administrative costs for OETA, for the last four years, have run between 15 and 16 percent. Other funds are divided between technical services and programming and production costs.

 

Mac Wall, executive director of OETA, said the agency, when compared to other public television networks, is number one in viewership and had the best ratio of administrative costs to the budget. "Everything we have in hand today suggests that we're doing what we're supposed to be doing," Wall said.

Asked how the agency would take a 5 or 10 percent cut, Wall said a 5 percent cut would result in a reduction of personnel by not filling vacant positions, and a reduction in local news coverage. "We couldn't afford to be out and about across the state as much," Wall said. A 10 percent cut, Wall said, would be much more difficult. "A 10 percent cut would eliminate news and public affairs on OETA as we know it," Wall said.

 

OCAST director Dr. Bill Sibley said this year's budget reduction was absorbed in administrative costs, which were reduced to about 4 percent. Next year, Sibley said he expects to reduce administrative costs to around 2 ½ percent. The agency received $25.7 million -- most of which is used for grants in research and development and technology transfer. Sibley said that significant budget cuts would limit the number and size of the grants the agency is able to award.

 

The Department of Libraries received a $7.3 million appropriation for FY 2002, but also received about $3.5 million from other sources. Director Susan McVey said a 5 percent cut would require the agency to reduce travel and services to libraries. McVey said the agency has two positions that will not be filled. A 10 percent cut, McVey said, would cause severe cuts in out-of-state travel, a slight cut-back in in-state travel, a cut in the book budget of 20 percent, and cut backs on printing and postage, as well as an $82,000 cut in pass-through grants to libraries.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Legislative Deadlines:

April 4, Thursday...................................................................... Bills from Committee of Opposite House

April 25, Thursday............................................................................. Bills from Floor of Opposite House

May 2, Thursday.................................................... Deadline for Requesting Joint Conference Committee

May 24*, Friday................................................................................................... Sine Die Adjournment

*Per SCR 51 adopted earlier this session, the Legislature has set May 24 as the last day of session.  However, according to Oklahoma constitution, the Legislature can meet until the last Friday in May (May 31, 2002).  We will let you know if there are any changes in this date.

 

 

 

Bills added to Tracking List

SB 1610 – Education Reform Challenge Task Force

 

 

Bills deleted from Tracking List

None

 

 

Action on Bills This Week

 

SENATE ACTIONS

Bills Passed on Senate Floor

SB 893 - Sales tax exemption – event tickets

SB 995 – Connors State College name change

SB 1222 – State Chief Executive Officer Salary Act

SB 1231 – Teachers’ Retirement – benefit increase

SB 1233 - Employee Benefits Council- HMOs service area

SB 1239 – Agency telephone answering

SB 1243 – Health insurance – persons covered; performance measures

SB 1244 - Teachers’ Retirement – health insurance premium

SB 1327 – Commissioners of the Land Office fund management

SB 1328 – Educational Interpreter for the Deaf

SB 1358 - Inventory

SB 1376 - Teachers’ Retirement fund – apportionment of tax revenues

SB 1378 – Alternate retirement plan for OU and OSU

SB 1408 – Technology center courses

SB 1420 – Sex offender registration

SB 1447 – Cameron University – contract with Tax Commission

SB 1461 – Unpaid leave for families of crime victims

SB 1484 – Health insurance – claim litigation

SB 1506 – Teacher professional development

SB 1553 - Smoking in Public Places

SB 1621 – School testing

SB 1637 – Teacher certification

 

Bills Failed on Senate Floor

SB 903 – Faculty employment

 

HOUSE ACTIONS

Bills Passed on House Floor

HB 2041 – Sales and use tax increase - admission tickets

HB 2082 – Income tax exemption for retirement benefits

HB 2138 – OSU/Tulsa Technology Intern Partner Program

HB 2142 – Cloning prohibition

HB 2169 – OETA – re-creation

HB 2175 – Special Agency Account Board – re-creation

HB 2178 – Health insurance – audiological services

HB 2180 - Special Agency Account Board/OETA – re-creation

HB 2328 – Task Force to Review the Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities/Task Force on State Scholarship and Student Aid - abolishing

HB 2536 – OU Weather Research Center/OSU Sensor Research Center

HB 2616 – Appropriations – USAO/Panhandle State University

HB 2651 - Administrative Rules

HB 2847 – Reading pilot program

HB 2874 – Construction/bidding

HJR 1051 – Limiting liability for contractors

HJR 1055 – Legislative consideration of appropriations

 

 

Bills Passed in House Committee

SB 1391 – Oklahoma Institute of Technology – board member terms

SB 1610 – Education Reform Challenge Task Force

 

 

Bills Failed on House Floor

HB 2697 – Complaint system for individuals with disabilities

HB 2849 – Ad valorem taxation

 

 

Bills Signed by the Governor

HB 2536 – OU Weather Research Center/OSU Sensor Research Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


INDEX

BILLS OF INTEREST TO HIGHER EDUCATION

 

 

Address confidentiality, HB 2921

Administrative rules, SB 948, HB 2651

Ad valorem, SJR 33, HB 2849, HJR 1042

Advanced Placement - elementary school foreign language immersion, SB 1616

Appropriations

            Agriculture Department for OSU services, SB 1044, SB 1045, SB 1046, HB 2510

            Commerce Department for SEOSU Small Business Development and Bid Assistance Program OSU/CATT, HB 2532

            Community Education Grants, SB 1001, HB 2429

            Education Leadership Oklahoma, SB 1001, SB 1002, HB 2429

            General, SB 1188

            Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers scholarships, SB 1001, HB 2429

            Health Department for various health-related programs, SB 1024, HB 2488

            Legislative consideration of, HJR 1055

            Military Base Closure Prevention Task Force, HB 2689

            National Assessment of Educational Progress participation, SB 1001, HB 2429

            Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education, SB 1001, HB 2429

Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), SB 1117, SB 1120, SB 1121, SB 1188, SB 1486, HB 2445, HB 2446

Physician Manpower Training Commission, SB 1168, SB 1171, SB 1172, SB 1188, HB 2439, HB 2440

            State Regents, SB 1168, SB 1169, SB 1170, SB 1188, SB 1486, HB 2433, HB 2434, HB 2689

Teacher Preparation Commission, SB 1001, SB 1010, SB 1011, SB 1188, SB 1486, HB 2447, HB 2448

            Telecommunications curriculum, SB 1486, HB 2429

Tourism for Summer Arts Institute and Jazz Hall of Fame, SB 1055, SB 1058, SB 1059, SB 1492, HB 2524

            University Hospitals, SB 1024, SB 1033, SB 1034, SB 1188, SB 1487, HB 2507, HB 2508

University of Oklahoma for Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art and Native American Language Curator for the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, SB 1486

            University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma, HB 2616

            Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION), SB 1001, SB 1002, HB 2429

Asbestos abatement, HB 2030

Audiologists, SB 901

Audits, SB 1381, HB 2412

 

Banking, HB 2907

Benefits, SB 1233, SB 1385

Bidding, public, HB 2420, HB 2874

Blue River Conservation Passport, HB 2374

 

Calcium-rich foods, SB 1229

Cameron University, SB 1447

Campus police, SB 1420, HB 2300

Capitol communications, HB 2852

Carl Albert Public Internship Program, SB 1384

Catastrophic Emergency Health Powers Act, HB 2765

Children First Program, HB 2410

Child support for children of disabled law enforcement members, HB 2311

Cloning, HB 2142

College Savings Plan, HB 2908

Commissioners of the Land Office, SB 934, SB 1327

Connors State College name change, SB 995

Construction, HB 2874

Contractors, limited liability, HJR 1051

Contracts, HB 2420

Credit cards, SB 962

Curriculum, SB 1408, HB 2706, HB 2886

 

Deaf, educational interpreter for, SB 1328

Deferred savings, SB 1204

Disabilities, SB 1237, SB 1512, HB 2249, HB 2697

Dispute resolution, HB 2068

 

Economic development, SB 1539

Education Facilities Grant Program, SB 1636

Education oversight, HB 2919

Elevator injury report, SB 952

Employee

            Benefits Council, SB 1233, SB 1385

            Discipline, disclosure of, HB 2274

            On National Guard Duty, HB 2264

            Privacy of information, HB 2352

            Recognition, HB 2099

            Recruitment, HCR 1044

Ethanol Plant Feasibility Advisory Committee, SB 878

 

Faculty employment, SB 903

4-H Day, SCR 57

 

Golf cart use in state parks, SB 936

Golf Course Operation Revolving Fund, SB 1271

Governmental Tort Claims, SB 1241, SB 1580

Graduation requirements, SB 1251, SB 1422

 

Higher Education Facilities Revolving Fund, HB 2536

High school equivalency certificates, HB 1251

HOPE Scholarship, SB 1636

Hunting and fishing area use passport, HB 2374

 

Information service, HB 2852

Injury prevention, HB 2714

Insurance, health

            Audiological services coverage, SB 1641, HB 2178

            Claim litigation, SB 1484

            Consumer protection, SB 990

            Contracts, SB 1299

            Facility contract, SB 1299

            George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute, SB 1243

            Mammography screenings, SB 1676

            Oklahoma Medical Center, SB 1243

            Retirees' benefits, SB 1243, SB 1244, HB 2353

            Vision, HB 2608

Insurance, life, HB 2058

Internet access service, HB 2796

Inventory of equipment, SB 1240, SB 1358

 

Jury duty exemption for full-time college students, HB 2045

 

Leasing, SB 1486

Leave

            Accumulated, SB 576

            Community service, HB 2361

            Families of crime victims, SB 1461

            Jury duty, HB 2729

            Organ and tissue donation, SB 1628

            Sharing, SB 1364, SB 1384

Licensed professionals, HB 2625

Long range plans, State Regents, HB 1208

Lottery, SB 989, SJR 40

 

Medical licensure, HB 2078, HB 2093

Medical records, SB 1460

Meeting the Education Reform Challenge Task Force Act, SB 1610

 

National Guard and Reserve employees, HB 2264

Northwestern Oklahoma State University, tuition for foreign students, SB 1317

Nursing Workforce Task Force, HB 2162

 

Oklahoma Education Television Authority (OETA), HB 2169, HB 2180

Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), SB 1523

Oklahoma Institute of Technology, SB 1391

Oklahoma State University

            Cooperative Extension Services promoting calcium, SB 1229

            Ethanol Plant Feasibility Advisory Committee member, SB 878

            Institute for Issue Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution, HB 2068

            Revenue bonds, HCR 1045, HCR 1047, HCR 1049

            School of Nursing member on Task Force, HB 2209

            Sensor Research Center, HB 2536

            Tulsa, SB 1353

                        Technology intern partner program, HB 2138

Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship, SB 1523, HB 1440, HB 2738

Olmstead Decision, SB 1512

Open Meeting/Open Records, HB 2764

 

Panhandle State University, HB 2616

Parent education program evaluation, HB 2271

Parking violations, SB 1292

Pay for employees on National Guard duty, HB 2264

Planning, SB 1206, SB 1208

Prenatal visitation program, HB 2410

Private activity bonds, SB 1539

Privatization of state functions, SB 1469

Professional development institutes, SB 1588

Professional services contract, SB 1365

Public buildings, HB 2381

Public disruptions, SB 1292, HB 2381

Purchase cards, SB 1381

 

Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center, SB 1627

 

Reading pilot program, HB 2847

Reports, SB 1382

Retirement, HB 2326

            Alternate plan, SB 1378

            Benefit calculations, SB 1231

            Cost-of-living and health care supplement adjustment, HB 2124, HB 2326, HB 2368

            Death benefits, HB 2383

            Health insurance, SB 1243, SB 1244

            Portability, SB 1456

            Post-retirement employment, HB 2326, HB 2344

            Reporting, HB 2123

            Tax apportionment, SJR 1X, SB 1376

            Tax exemption, HB 2082

Revenue bonds, HCR 1045, HCR 1047

Revolving funds, Higher Education, SB 1211

Risk management, SB 1454, HB 2053

Robotics, SB 1415

 

Salaries for state chief executive officers, SB 1222

Scholarships, HB 2328

            HOPE Scholarship, SB 1636

            Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), SB 1523

            Tuition, SB 1523, HB 1440, HB 2738

School buses, HB 2807

School improvement plans, HB 2341

School nurses, HB 2209

School performance review, SB 1335, HB 2919

School psychologists, SB 901, HB 2625

School readiness, SB 37

Science and math courses, SB 836

Sex offender registration, SB 1420, HB 2300

Smoking in public places, SB 1553

Special Agency Account Board, HB 2175, HB 2180

Speech pathologists, SB 901, HB 2625

Statewide Temporary Assistance Responsibility System (STARS), HB 2018, HB 2100

Strategic Planning Committee on the Olmstead Decision, SB 1512

 

Task Force on State Scholarship and Student Aid Grant Programs, HB 2328

Task Force to Review the Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities, HB 2328, HB 2697

Tax

            Ad valorem, SJR 33, HB 2849, HJR 1042

            Apportionment for Teachers’ Retirement System, SJR 1X, SB 1376

            Credit for teacher’s materials, HB 2220

            Exemption for retirement benefits, HB 2082

            Exemption for sales to hospitals, HB 1974

            Exemption for ticket sales, SB 893

            Increase for ticket sales, HB 2041

Teacher

            Alternative certification, SB 1595, SB 1637, HB 2915

            Certification, SB 1595, SB 1637, HB 2915

            Preparation, SB 1588

            Salaries, SB 901, SB 1462

            Testing, SB 1506, SB 1595

Technology center buildings, HB 2234

Technology center courses, SB 1408

Telemarketing, SB 950, HB 1923

Telephone answering, SB 1239

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), SB 1660

Terrorism, HB 2536, HB 2764

Testing, school, SB 1621, SB 1631, HB 2346

Tobacco Settlement, SB 1209, HJR 1036

Tuition and fees, SB 1317

Tuition Scholarship, SB 1523, HB 2738

Tuition waiver, HB 2311

Tulsa Community College Technology Center School District, SB 1287

Tulsa Reconciliation Education and Scholarship Program, HB 2238

 

Unclassified service, SB 1203

University of Oklahoma

            Football player, Roy Williams, SR 26

            Political Communication Center, SCR 54

            School of Nursing member on Task Force, HB 2209

            Weather Research Center, HB 2536

 

Vehicle reimbursement, SB 1237

Veterinary technicians, HB 2109

Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION), HB 2739

 

Water plan, HB 2895

Weapons, HB 2801

Whistleblower Act, HB 1985

Williams, Roy, SR 26

Workers' Compensation, SB 650

Workforce investment, HB 2633


BILL SUMMARIES

 

Status Reported as of March 21, 2002

 

 

SENATE BILLS

 

SB 37 (Fisher/Peters) - SCHOOL READINESS.  Creating the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Act; creating the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Board, whose membership includes the Chancellor.  (10 § 640.2) 

      2/21/01Title Stricken

      02/21/01 Senate Committee - Do Pass as Amended

      3/5/01   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate   (42-0)

      3/28/01House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed

      4/4/01   Bill Amended and Passed - House  (65-33)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/sb37_hasb.rtf

      4/25/01In Conference Committee - GCCA

      2/12/02House Rejected CCR, Requested Further Conference

      2/13/02In Conference Committee

 

SB 576 (Herbert/Paulk) - ACCUMULATED ANNUAL LEAVE.  Raising the accumulation limits of annual leave; authorizing an appointing authority to allow its employees to sell back excess annual leave at the end of a calendar year; requiring that sold-back leave be calculated at the employee’s salary level at the end of the calendar year; defining excess annual leave as annual leave that would exceed the maximum annual leave at the end of the calendar year had the employee been allowed to accumulate more than the maximum annual leave amount; requiring the Office of Personnel Management to promulgate rules to implement such provisions.  (74 § 840-2.20)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB576_int.rtf

      2/15/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee:  General Government Subcommittee

      2/20/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb576_cs.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - Senate   (33-5)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb576_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 650 (Henry/Askins) - Workers’ Compensation.  Authorizing the commissioner of CompSource Oklahoma to require production of records of employers insured with or applying for insurance with CompSource Oklahoma against liability for compensation; requiring that premiums for any policy period be paid according to the contract of insurance; requiring the administrator for the Multiple Injury Trust Fund to approve funds to be allocated by the state treasurer to CompSource Oklahoma for administration expenses, unless rejected by the governor and attorney general; repealing 85 O.S. 2001, Sections 2c and 2.6, relating to authorization of claims, and to certain employees of family members.  (85 O.S. 2001, §§ 134, 142, 175)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB650_int.rtf

      2/6/02   Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

      2/19/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb650_cs.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Discussed and Laid Over - Senate

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (48-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb650_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

 

SB 836 (Ford/Hopper Smith) – SCIENCE & MATH COURSES.  Establishing a weighted pupil category for laboratory science and upper-level mathematics course enrollment; authorizing the Education Department to determine courses eligible for category weight.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 18-201.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB836_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb836_cs.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (44-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb836_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

 

SB 878 (Muegge/Turner) – OSU/ETHANOL PLANT FEASIBILITY.  Directing the Agriculture Department to conduct a feasibility study to attract an ethanol processing plant to the state; creating the Ethanol Plant Feasibility Advisory Committee, one member of which would be appointed by and would represent Oklahoma State University.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB878_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Energy, Environmental Resources & Reg. Affairs Committee

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Passed

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (38-6)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb878_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Energy & Utility Regulation Committee

 

SB 893 (Morgan/Nations) – SALES TAX EXEMPTION/EVENT TICKETS.  Providing a sales tax exemption for sales of admission tickets to recreational events or activities that are located at and operated by a State System institution; requiring that an amount equivalent to the amount that otherwise would be required to be collected must be separately stated on the admission ticket and used for funding policies, practices, programs and services to promote gender equity.  (68 O.S. 2001, § 1356)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB893_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Finance Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb893_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (41-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb893_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

 

SB 901 (Crutchfield/Staggs) – SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS/SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS/AUDIOLOGISTS/SALARY BONUS.  Requiring the State Board of Education, subject to availability of funds, to provide an annual salary bonus of $5,000 to certified school psychologists and speech-language pathologists or audiologists.  (70 § 6-205)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB901_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb901_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (37-10)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb901_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

 

SB 903 (Williams/Vaughn) – FACULTY EMPLOYMENT.  Requiring that full-time higher education faculty be given reasons for certain employment decisions within seven days of decision; exempting the University of Oklahoma and all institutions under the A&M Board.  (70 § 3231)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB903_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb903_sflr.rtf

      3/6/02   Amendment Adopted   (43-0)

      3/6/02   Laid Over - Senate   

      3/18/02Title Stricken

      3/18/02Bill Amended and Failed - Senate    (15-22)

      3/18/02Held on Notice to Reconsider - Senate

      3/21/02Reconsideration Period Expired – Senate - Dead

 

SB 934 (Herbert/Glover) – COMMISSIONERS OF LAND OFFICE.  Authorizing the Commissioners of the Land Office to hold meetings by teleconference; authorizing the Commissioners to invest the permanent school fund and the other educational funds in timber and timberland and in real estate, improved real estate and real estate investment trusts; authorizing the Commissioners to buy, sell, harvest and manage timber produced on the state’s school lands; modifying publication requirements for the sale of oil, gas and mineral leases on school lands; requiring the Commissioners to pay real estate appraiser license fees for employees required to obtain such license to perform required job duties.  The floor substitute no longer authorizes the Commissioners to hold meetings by teleconference nor to invest in real estate and real estate investment trusts.  (64 O.S. 2001, §§ 51, 92, 281)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB934_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/18/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb934_cs.rtf

      3/11/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/11/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (38-5)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb934_engr.rtf

      3/14/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

 

SB 936 (Shurden/Turner) – GOLF CART USE IN STATE PARK.  Authorizing a physically disabled person to operate a golf cart within the boundaries of a state park during daylight hours, so long as the golf cart does not exceed the speed limit in the area as determined by the Department of Tourism and Recreation.  (47 § 31151.2)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB936_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Tourism Committee

      2/21/02Title Stricken

      2/21/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb936_sflr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - Senate   (44-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb936_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Public Safety Committee

 

SB 948 (Maddux/Plunk) – Administrative RuleS.  Changing from 20 days to 30 days the amount of time required for a comment period after publication of notice of intended rulemaking action; requiring agencies to submit to the Small Business Regulatory Review Committee proposed rules adversely affecting small businesses.  (75 O.S. 2001, §§ 303)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB948_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Small Business Committee

      2/21/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb948_cs.rtf

      3/11/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (45-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb948_engr.rtf

      3/14/02Referred to House Small Business Committee

 

SB 950 (Leftwich/Paulk) – TELEMARKETING.  “Telemarketer Restriction Act”; requiring the Attorney General to establish a no-telemarketing-sales-call registry; providing an exception from restrictions for the solicitation of funds or other support for a charitable or religious activity, political candidate, cause or organization and any activity of a charitable not-for-profit entity; providing an exception in cases in which a business relationship has been established; authorizing the attorney general to promulgate rules establishing a schedule of increasing fines to be assessed for multiple and repeated violations.  (15 §§ 775B.1/775B.7)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB950_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb950_sflr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (35-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb950_engr.rtf

      3/11/02Referred to House Energy & Utility Regulation Committee

 

SB 952 (Leftwich/Paulk) – ELEVATOR INJURY REPORT.  Requiring reporting of injuries resulting from operation or malfunction of elevators. (59 §§ 3009/3011) 

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB952_int.rtf

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb952_cs.rtf

      3/11/02Bill Passed - Senate   (31-11)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb952_engr.rtf

      3/14/02Referred to House Commerce, Industry & Labor Committee

 

SB 962 (Milacek/Roggow) – CREDIT CARDS/HIGHER EDUCATION.  Stating legislative intent that the State Regents and any organization associated with state-supported higher education institutions cease entering into contracts with credit card issuers and cease allowing credit card issuers to use institution space or facilities.  (70 § 3242)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB962_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/18/02Title Stricken

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb962_sflr.rtf

 

SB 989 (Shurden/Leist) - LOTTERYExpanding activities deemed not to be violations of state lottery or gambling laws to include funding raising by qualified organizations issuing numbered tickets in conjunction with voluntary contributions, with the corresponding stub or stubs of one or more of the tickets to be drawn by lot under the supervision of an official of the qualified organization, the stub or stubs so drawn entitling the ticket holder to a prize; defining “qualified organization” as a church, a public or private school accredited by the Department of Education or registered by the State Board of Education for purposes of participating in federal programs, a student group or organization affiliated with a public or private school, a parent-teacher association or organization affiliated with a public or private school, or a religious, charitable, labor, fraternal, veteran, firefighter, law enforcement, educational, sporting, senior citizens, farming or other such entity.  (21 O.S. 2001, § 1051)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB989_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb989_sflr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (28-16) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb989_engr.rtf

      3/11/02Referred to House Rules Committee

 

SB 990 (Rozell/McCarter) – HEALTH CARE CONSUMER PROTECTION.  Enacting the “Health Care Consumer Protection Act”; prohibiting certain billing methods by participating health care providers, including balance billing, that violate contracts between the provider and a health care payor; requiring certain disclosures by nonparticipating providers; making it the responsibility of the provider who orders diagnostic testing to ensure that the patient is directly notified of significant abnormal results within three calendar days of their availability; authorizing administrative fine of up to $1,000 for violations.  (36 §§ 3650.1/3650.6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB990_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

      2/21/02Title Stricken

      2/21/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb990_cs.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (42-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb990_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

 

SB 995 (Robinson/Ericson) – CONNORS STATE COLLEGE.  Changing the name of Connors State College of Agriculture and Applied Science to Connors State College.  (70 §§ 3201, 3405, 3405.1, 3412)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2002-02SB/SB995_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/21/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb995_sflr.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Passed - Senate   (44-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb995_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Higher Education Committee

 

SB 1001 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/TEACHER PREPARATION.  Appropriating to various education entities including funds for the Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION) Pilot Program, Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers scholarships, Community Education Grants, Education Leadership Oklahoma, participation in the National Assessment of Educational Progress, Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education, and the Teacher Preparation Commission.  (70 § 18-103.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1001_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (41-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1001_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1002 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/VISION/EDUCATION LEADERSHIP.  Appropriating to common education, including funds for the Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION) Pilot Program and Education Leadership Oklahoma.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1002_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1002_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1010 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/TEACHER PREPARATION.  Setting budgetary limitations for the Teacher Preparation Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1010_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (45-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1010_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1011 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/TEACHER PREPARATION.  Setting budgetary limitations for the Teacher Preparation Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1011_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1011_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1024 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  Appropriating to various health entities including the Health Department for contractual services of OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine for the Area Health Education Centers Campaign, contractual services for the OU Health Science Center Pediatric Endocrinology Department, contractual services with the Perinatal Continuing Education Program within OU’s College of Medicine’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, for the Children First Program and University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1024_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1024_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1033 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/ UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  Setting budgetary limitations for the University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1033_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1033_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1034 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/ UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS.  Setting budgetary limitations for the University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1034_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1034_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1044 (Haney/Mass) APPROPRIATIONS/AGRICULTURE/OSU PROGRAMS.  Appropriating to the Department of Agriculture, including funds for OSU’s Statewide Intensive Financial Management Assistance Program and diagnostic laboratories.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1044_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1044_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1045 (Haney/Mass) APPROPRIATIONS/AGRICULTURE/OSU PROGRAMS.  Setting budgetary limits for the Department of Agriculture, including funds for OSU’s Statewide Intensive Financial Management Assistance Program and diagnostic laboratories.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1045_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1045_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1046 (Haney/Mass) APPROPRIATIONS/AGRICULTURE/OSU PROGRAMS.  Setting budgetary limits for the Department of Agriculture, including funds for OSU’s Statewide Intensive Financial Management Assistance Program and diagnostic laboratories.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1046_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1046_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1055 (Haney/Mass) – APPROPRIATIONS/TOURISM.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Department of Tourism and Recreation, including unspecified funds budgeted for the Summer Arts Institute and the Jazz Hall of Fame.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1055_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1055_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1058 (Haney/Mass) – APPROPRIATIONS/TOURISM.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Department of Tourism and Recreation, including unspecified funds budgeted for the Summer Arts Institute and the Jazz Hall of Fame.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1058_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1058_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1059 (Haney/Mass) – APPROPRIATIONS/TOURISM.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Department of Tourism and Recreation, including unspecified funds budgeted for the Summer Arts Institute and the Jazz Hall of Fame.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1059_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1059_engr.rtf

      2/21/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1117 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/OCAST.  Appropriating to Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1117_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (45-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1117_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1120 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/OCAST.  Setting budgetary limitations for Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1120_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (44-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1120_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1121 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/OCAST.  Setting budgetary limitations for Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1121_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (44-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1121_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1168 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/STATE REGENTS/ Physician Manpower Training CommissionAppropriating to the State Regents and Physician Manpower Training Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1168_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1168_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1169 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/STATE REGENTS.  Appropriating to the State Regents.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1169_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1169_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1170 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/STATE REGENTS.  Appropriating to the State Regents.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1170_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1170_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1171 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/Physician Manpower Training CommissionSetting budgetary limitations for the Physician Manpower Training Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1171_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1171_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1172 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/Physician Manpower Training CommissionSetting budgetary limitations for the Physician Manpower Training Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1172_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -   http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1172_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1188 (Haney/Mass) – Appropriations/GENERAL.  Appropriating to various state entities including the State Regents, Physician Manpower Training Commission, Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), Teacher Preparation Commission, and the University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1188_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1188_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1203 (Haney/Mass) – UNCLASSIFIED SERVICERelating to unclassified service; updating agency references.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 840-5.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1203_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1203_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1204 (Haney/Mass) – DEFERRED SAVINGSClarifying language relating to the Oklahoma State Employees Deferred Savings Incentive Plan.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1707)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1204_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1204_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1206 (Haney/Mass) – STRATEGIC PLANSThis is a shell bill relating to agency strategic plans.  (62 O.S. 2001, § 45.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1206_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1206_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1208 (Haney/Mass) – STATE REGENTS LONG-RANGE PLANSAuthorizing Central Services to expend certain funding for the purpose of site location, design and architectural work for projects of the State Regents as approved by the Long-Range Capital Planning Commission and the Contingency Review Board.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1208_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1208_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1209 (Haney/Mass) – Tobacco Settlement FundClarifying language relating to the Tobacco Settlement Fund.  (62 O.S. 2001, § 50)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1209_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1209_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1211 (Haney/Mass) – Higher Education CAPITAL REVOLVING FUNDChanges the name of the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund to the Higher Education Research Revolving Fund.  (62 O.S. 2001, § 41.29d)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1211_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1211_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Direct to Calendar

 

SB 1222 (Haney/Mass) – SALARIES/STATE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS.  “The State Chief Executive Officer Salary Act”; creating the nine-member State Chief Executive Officer Salary Commission; requiring the Office of Personnel Management to establish salary guidelines and ranges for state chief executive officers; requiring the commission to review guidelines and ranges; requiring implementation of guidelines by Dec. 1, 2002; prohibiting reduction of a chief executive’s salary if it is above the range; allowing reduction if the salary is within the established range; requiring commission to consider recommendations for amending chief executive salaries; requiring OPM to conduct a chief executive salary survey every three years.  The floor substitute also enacts new law establishing permissible salary ranges.  (74 § 870-1.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1222_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1222_sflr.rtf

      3/19/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (35-7)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1222_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee: General Government Subcommittee

 

SB 1229 (Muegge/Lindley) – HIGH CALCIUM FOODS IN SCHOOLSProviding that state and school lunch contracts give preference to foods and beverages that contain calcium-rich products equal or lower in price to products of the same type and quality; stating legislative intent that state agencies and local governmental entities, wherever applicable, prioritize education and awareness of the benefits of calcium products through the Cooperative Extension Service.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 5-117a; 74 O.S. 2001, § 85.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1229_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (38-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1229_engr.rtf

 

SB 1231 (Morgan/Stites) – TEACHERS’ RetirementRequiring that retirement allowances for members of the Teachers Retirement System of Oklahoma be calculated on the member’s current average salary plus $1,000; providing for a 3.5-percent benefit increase; providing for indexed benefit increases.  (70 §§ 17-116.17, 17-116.18)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1231_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1231_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (38-6)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1231_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

 

SB 1233 (Morgan/Wells) – Employee Benefits CouncilProhibiting the Employee Benefits Council and the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board from requiring HMOs to follow a standardized service area or offer a Medicare supplement plan.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1366.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1233_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1233_cs.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (41-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1233_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1237 (Capps/Paulk) – VEHICLE REIMBURSEMENTRequiring state agencies to reimburse employees for use of their privately owned vehicle in lieu of a state vehicle if the employee is determined by the State Department of Rehabilitation Services to be severely disabled and such disability would be accommodated by allowing the employee to use his or her own vehicle.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 500.4)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1237_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1237_sflr.rtf

      3/11/02Title Stricken

      3/11/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1237_engr.rtf

      3/14/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1239 (Maddox/Paulk) – TELEPHONE ANSWERINGRequiring that primary state agency telephone numbers be answered by an employee during normal business hours.  (74 § 3306)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1239_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1239_sflr.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Passed - Senate   (43-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1239_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1240 (Wilcoxson/Covey) – EQUIPMENT INVENTORYDeleting exemptions from inventory of state equipment by the Department of Central Services; requiring agency to make periodic checks of inventory items and report missing items to law enforcement.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 110.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1240_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1240_sflr.rtf

      2/25/02Bill Passed - Senate   (44-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1240_engr.rtf

      2/27/02Second reading - Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1241 (Smith/Braddock) – Governmental Tort ClaimsModifying settlement amount pursuant to the Governmental Tort Claims Act from $10,000 to $25,000.  (51 O.S. 2001, § 158)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1241_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

      2/12/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1241_sflr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1241_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

 

SB 1243 (Morgan/Corn) – Health insurance/TEACHERS’ RetirementDeleting language regarding the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board contracting with the Oklahoma Medical Center and George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute; deleting authorization for retired members of the Teacher’s Retirement System whose education entity is not a participant in the State and Education Group Insurance Act to begin health and dental insurance coverage.  The amendment inserts a new paragraph requiring the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board to annually collect its own set of performance measures to assess the quality of its HealthChoice plans and other services. (74 O.S. 2001, §§ 1304, 1305.1, 1306, 1316.3, 1365)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1243_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/21/02Title Stricken

      2/21/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1243_cs.rtf

      3/18/02Bill Amended Passed - Senate   (42-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1243_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1244 (Morgan/Stites) – TEACHERS’ Retirement/Health insuranceIncreasing by $75 the maximum benefit payable by the Teacher’s Retirement System on behalf of a retired person toward a monthly premium for health insurance; increasing amount each year thereafter by the lesser of $75 or the member’s share of the monthly premium.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1244_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1244_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (37-6)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1244_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

 

SB 1251 (Shurden/Leist) – high school equivalency certificates.  Requiring the State Board of Education to issue a certificate of high school equivalency to students educated by other means who achieve a composite score on the American College Test (ACT) equivalent to or higher than the most recent state average composite score; requiring the student’s parent or legal guardian to sign an affidavit that the student met the curricular requirements necessary for high school graduation.  (70 § 1212.516)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1251_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/18/02Title Stricken

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1251_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (45-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1251_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1271 (Herbert/Corn) – GOLF COURSE OPERATION REVOLVING FUND.  Modifying the requirement for certain interest income to be apportioned to the General Revenue Fund to provide exemptions for the Tourism and Recreation Department Revolving Fund and the Golf Course Operation Revolving Fund.  (62 O.S. 2001, § 203; 74 O.S. 2001, §§ 1811.1, 1811.1a) 

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (42-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1271_engr.rtf

      3/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Natural Resources & Regulatory Svcs. Subcommittee

 

SB 1287 (Ford/Hopper Smith) – Tulsa Community College TECHNOLOGY CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICTModifying the name of the Tulsa County Technology Center School District to be the Tulsa Technology Center School District; requiring that funds expended for operations or capital improvements for the Tulsa Community College Technology Center School District be subject to approval by the Tulsa Technology Center School District Board; removing authority of State Board of Career and Technology Education to approve Tulsa Community College budget.  (70 O.S. 2001, §§ 4419, 4420)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1287_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1287_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (42-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1287_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Career & Technology Education Committee

 

SB 1292 (Crutchfield/Roan) – PARKING/PUBLIC DISRUPTIONS.  Prohibiting unauthorized parking at any state building or property in Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties; removing reference to State Capitol Park, the Cowboy Hall of Fame Park and the State Capitol complex in Tulsa; authorizing booting of autos with outstanding fines; making it unlawful to disturb, interfere or disrupt state business, agency operations or any state employee, agent, official or representative; making it a misdemeanor to refuse to disperse or leave any property, building or structure used to conduct state business or operations after proper notice by a peace officer, sergeant-at-arms or other security personnel; setting punishment at a maximum one-year county jail term and/or a $1,000 fine.  (47 O.S. 2001, § 11-1009; 21, § 280)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1292_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1292_sflr.rtf

      2/28/02Title Restored

      2/28/02Floor Substitute Adopted, Amended, Laid Over in Senate

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (40-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1292_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

 

SB 1299 (Rozell/Webb)Health insurance.  Allowing a network provider facility or physician contract to be amended at any time during the term of the contract only by mutual written consent of duly authorized representatives of the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board and the facility or physician; providing for disclosure of reimbursement fee schedules relative and appropriate to the facility or physician contract.  (74 § 1306.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1299_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1299_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (38-8)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1299_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Insurance Committee

 

SB 1317 (Laughlin/Maddux)NorthWEstern OKLAHOMA State University.  Authorizing Northwestern Oklahoma State University to establish tuition and fees for students who are not U.S. citizens, at an amount not less than is charged for nonresident tuition.  (70 § 3218.15)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1317_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1317_sflr.rtf

 

SB 1327 (Pruitt/Gray)COMMISSIONERS OF LAND OFFICE.  Requiring the state treasurer to conduct an evaluation and analysis of the investment performance of the permanent school funds, other educational funds and public building funds managed by the Commissioners of the Land Office; requiring a report to be made to the Legislature and Governor.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1327_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1327_cs.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1327_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1328 (Cain/Greenwood) – EDUCATIONAL INTERPRETER FOR DEAF.  “Oklahoma Educational Interpreter for the Deaf Act”; establishing qualifications for educational interpreters in the public schools.  The amendment authorizes persons who meet certain requirements to be employed as an educational interpreter for up to three years, but must obtain one of the proficiency levels to continue after the third year.  (70 §§ 13-115/13-115.4)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1328_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/12/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1328_sflr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Failed - Senate   (19-19) 

      2/27/02Held on Notice to Reconsider

      3/5/02   Motion to Reconsider Adopted   (44-0)

      3/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate   (39-4)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1328_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee: Judiciary & Law Enforcement Subcommittee

 

SB 1335 (Wilcoxson/Morgan) – SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REVIEW.  Authorizing the Office of Accountability, under the director of the Education Oversight Board, to research, develop, implement and administer a school performance review program.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1335_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/21/02Title Stricken

      2/21/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1335_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - Senate  (45-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1335_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

 

SB 1353 (Williams/Roach) – OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY/TULSA.  Modifying language relating to transfer of certain assets to Oklahoma State University/Tulsa.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 4670)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1353_int.rtf

      2/12/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Assigned to Education Committee

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1353_sflr.rtf

 

SB 1358 (Morgan/Webb) – INVENTORY.  Increasing from $500 to $5,000 the limit on inventory of State System institutions and the University Hospitals consisting of machinery, implements, tools, furniture, livestock, vehicles and other apparatus that may be used repeatedly without material impairment of its physical condition.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 110.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1358_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1358_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (36-4)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1358_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1364 (Monson/Askins) – DONATED LEAVE.  Removing authority for chief administrative officers to deny the donation of leave solely because it originates from different agencies.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 840-2.23)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1364_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1364_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - Senate  (46-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1364_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1365 (Dickerson/Askins) – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT.  Providing that, if an evaluation by a state agency of the performance of a professional services contract indicates deficiencies with the supplier's work, the agency must send a copy of the evaluation to the State Purchasing Director.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 85.41)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1365_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1365_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1365_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1376 (Morgan/Stites) – TEACHERS' RETIREMENT/APPORTIONMENT.  Modifying apportionment of sales and use tax and income tax revenues; increasing to 5 percent the amount to be deposited into the Teachers' Retirement System of Oklahoma fund.  (68 O.S. 2001, §§ 1353, 1403, 2352)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1376_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1376_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (37-5)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1376_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

 

SB 1378 (Morgan/Ingmire) – ALTERNATE RETIREMENT PLAN.  "Alternate Retirement Plan for Eligible Employees of Participating State Institutions of Higher Education Act"; authorizing alternate retirement plans for eligible employees and electing employees at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University in lieu of the plan offered by the Teachers' Retirement System of Oklahoma; authorizing boards of regents to establish such plan.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 17-103)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1378_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1378_cs.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (42-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1378_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

 

SB 1381 (Dickerson/Askins) – AUDITS/STATE PURCHASE CARDS.  Authorizing the Director of the Department of Central Services to promulgate rules relating to audits of state agency acquisitions and use of a state purchase card to make acquisitions; limiting cards to not exceed $2,500; authorizing the Purchasing Director to authorize state agencies to use reverse auctions to acquire acquisitions.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 85.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1381_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1381_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1381_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1382 (Dickerson/Corn) – REPORTS TO LEGISLATURE.  Requiring state agencies to supply reports and other documents only to recipients named in the appropriate legislation.  (74 § 3118)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1382_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1382_sflr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1382_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1384 (Dickerson/Dunegan) – STATE PERSONNEL/LEAVE SHARING/CARL ALBERT PUBLIC INTERNSHIP.  Modifying numerous provisions relating to state personnel, including leave sharing and the Carl Albert Public Internship Program.  (74 O.S. 2001, §§ 840-2.23, 840-3.4, 840-3.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1384_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1384_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1384_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1385 (Monson/Askins) – Employee Benefits CouncilAllowing the Oklahoma State Employees Benefits Council to renegotiate rates with successful bidders after contracts have been awarded if there is a substantial fluctuation in enrollment; authorizing the council to contract with dental and vision plans.  (74 O.S. 2001, §§ 1321, 1365)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1385_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1385_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Discussed & Laid Over - Senate

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (42-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1385_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1391 (Fisher/Rice)TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE.  Relating to the Oklahoma Institute of Technology; updating references; deleting obsolete language; modifying terms of board members.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 5060.42)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1391_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Economic Development Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1391_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (39-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1391_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Science & Technology Committee

      3/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/SB1391_hcr.rtf

 

SB 1408 (Easley/Ferguson)TECHNOLOGY CENTER COURSES.  Authorizing enrollment of students on a part-time basis; authorizing remedial educational services through remote internet-based instruction; providing formulas for calculation of state aid; removing authorization to award credit for certain mathematics and science courses taught at technology center schools; authorizing credit for core curriculum courses at technology centers upon district board approval.  Amended: Page 22, line 23 of printed bill, through Page 23, line 4, by deleting all new language and inserting "courses utilizing integrated or imbedded skills or knowledge for which no Priority Academic Student Skills have been adopted by the board may be approved by the board if such courses incorporate standards of nationally recognized professional science and/or math organizations and are taught by certified science and/or math teachers"; Page 23, line 4, by inserting "Independent school districts may form a consortium in collaboration with a technology center school district to deliver the core curriculum courses at the technology center school provided the courses are taught by a teacher certified in the secondary subject area for which credit will be granted, are approved by the State Board of Education, and provided the per student funding follows the student from the school district to the technology center."  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1408_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1408_sflr.rtf

      3/21/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (40-0) – (Engrossed version not yet available)

 

SB 1415 (Monson/Clay Pope) - SALES TAX EXEMPTION/TEACHER TRAINING/ROBOTICS.  Providing a sales tax exemption on tangible personal property for 501(c)(3) organizations affiliated with a State System comprehensive university for teacher training and events related to robotics.  (68 § 1356)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1415_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Finance Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1415_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1415_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

 

SB 1420 (Maddox/Kirby)SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION.  Requiring certain sex offenders to register with higher education campus police or security.  The floor substitute also requires persons subject to the Sex Offenders Registration Act to register with the police or security department of a higher education institution if such person enrolls as a full- or part-time student, is a full- or part-time employee of a higher education institution or resides or intends to reside or stay on any property owned or controlled by the institution.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1420_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1420_sflr.rtf

      3/19/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate  (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1420_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

 

SB 1422 (Leftwich/McCarter)GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.  Modifying social studies requirements; encouraging districts to include certain youth community service programs in course offerings; modifying character education program components.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1422_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1422_sflr.rtf

 

SB 1447 (Taylor/Deutschendorf)CAMERON UNIVERSITY/TAX COMMISSION.  Authorizing the Tax Commission to enter into a contract with Cameron University to use its computer server to detect non-registered taxpayers, no-filers and underreporting taxpayers.  (68 § 205)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1447_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Finance Committee

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1447_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill Passed - Senate   (37-7)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1447_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

 

SB 1454 (Shurden/Paulk)RISK MANAGEMENT.  Requiring Central Services to establish a risk management audit program to identify workplace security threats that expose state employees to dangers that could be eliminated or reduced by infrastructure, technology or other improvements; requiring each state agency to designate an employee to receive training.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 85.58A)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1454_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1454_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (48-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1454_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1456 (Williams/Roberts)TEACHERS’ RETIREMENT.  Transferring from the Public Employees Retirement System to the Teachers’ Retirement System.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1456_int.rtf

      2/13/02Committee Reassignment - Appropriations

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1456_cs.rtf

      2/27/02Bill and Emergency  Passed - Senate   (42-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1456_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

 

SB 1460 (Leftwich/Gray)MEDICAL RECORDS.  Increasing allowable copy costs for medical records from 25 cents per page to $1 for the first page, 50 cents for each subsequent page.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1460_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1460_sflr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (27-14)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1460_engr.rtf

      3/11/02Referred to House Administrative Rule Review Committee

 

SB 1461 (Dickerson/Corn)UNPAID LEAVE/FAMILIES OF CRIME VICTIMS.  Requiring the employer of an employee who is the immediate family member of a victim of violent crime to provide unpaid leave to the employee to attend judicial or other proceedings; designating violation as a misdemeanor.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1461_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee

      2/12/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1461_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Title Stricken

      3/18/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (41-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1461_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

 

SB 1462 (Wilcoxson/Pettigrew)TEACHER SALARY/MILITARY CREDIT.  Increasing from five to 10 years the number of years of out-of-state service for which a teacher shall be granted credit for the purpose of state salary increments and retirement; repealing duplicate section.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1462_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/18/02Title Stricken

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1462_cs.rtf

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1462_engr.rtf

      2/28/02Second reading - Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

 

SB 1469 (Leftwich/Nations)PRIVATIZATION.  Amending section relating to the Privatization of State Functions Act; requiring agencies to make cost determination; requiring certain report.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1469_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/hb1469_sflr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (28-14)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1469_engr.rtf

      3/11/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1484 (Shurden/Erwin)HEALTH INSURANCE/CLAIM LITIGATION.  Deleting language providing for recovery of attorney fees by prevailing party in the event of litigation regarding a claim made to the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1484_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1484_sflr.rtf

      3/19/02Title Restored

      3/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (37-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1484_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

SB 1486 (Haney/Mass)APPROPRIATIONS/MASTER LEASE.  Appropriating to the State Board of Education; designating $405,870 to be expended on a competitive application basis to a State System institution for implementing telecommunications curriculum; setting budgetary limitations for the Teacher Preparation Commission; making appropriations to the State Regents; stating legislative intent that $500,000 be allocated for the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma; stating legislative intent that $100,000 be allocated for a Native American Language Curator for the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History at the University of Oklahoma; creating a new section of law permitting the State Regents to establish a master lease program; appropriating to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST); repealing sections relating to higher education leasing, higher education funding and OCAST.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1486_int.rtf

      2/15/02      Signed by Governor  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1486_enr.rtf

 

SB 1487 (Haney/Mass)APPROPRIATIONS.  Making appropriations to various health entities, including the University Hospitals Authority; authorizing the referral of correctional inmate patients to the University Hospitals.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1487_int.rtf

      2/15/02      Signed by Governor  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1487_enr.rtf

 

SB 1492 (Haney/Mass)Appropriations/SUMMER ARTS INSTITUTE/JAZZ HALL OF FAME.  Making certain tourism-related reappropriations; budgeting funds for the Summer Arts Institute and the Jazz Hall of Fame.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1492_int.rtf

      2/15/02      Signed by Governor  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1492_enr.rtf

 

SB 1506 (Wilcoxson/Toure)TEACHER TESTING.  Requiring that teachers in core subject areas complete the Oklahoma Subject Area Test for all subjects taught by the teacher.  The floor substitute creates a Task Force on Teacher Professional Development to provide an independent evaluation of professional development opportunities available for public school teachers in the state and develop recommendations on development of a systemic, statewide professional development plan.  The amendment pertains to State Aid funds generated by the economically disadvantaged weight pupil category calculation.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1506_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/11/02Title Stricken

      2/11/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1506_sflr.rtf

      3/20/02Floor Substitute Adopted, Amended

      3/20/02Bill Passed - Senate  (33-9)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1506_engr.rtf

 

SB 1512 (Cain/Lindley)OLMSTEAD DECISION.  Creating the Strategic Planning Committee on the Olmstead Decision to develop a comprehensive, strategic plan for Oklahomans with disabilities; requiring all state agencies to cooperate with the Committee by providing any requested information, records, or reports.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1512_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

      2/11/02Title Stricken

      2/11/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1512_sflr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (34-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1512_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Mental Health Committee

 

SB 1523 (Wilcoxson/Nations) - Oklahoma Tuition SCHOLARSHIP/OHLAP.  Authorizing students in the 11th and 12th grades during the 2002-03 school year, for the purpose of providing an award to students in lieu of the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Program, to enter into participation in the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), upon meeting certain eligibility requirements; prohibiting such students from being found to be in financial need for purposes of the program if the income from taxable and nontaxable sources of the student’s parents exceed $70,000 per year; providing for adjustment of award amounts based on income levels; requiring the State Regents to include such provisions in the public awareness program used for the 2002-03 school year; repealing a section relating to the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Act.  (70 §§ 2610/2613)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1523_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/13/02Title Stricken

      2/13/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1523_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (42-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1523_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Higher Education Committee

 

SB 1539 (Robinson/Phillips) – PRIVATE ACTIVITY BONDS/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.  Modifying criteria for allocations under the state ceiling for private activity bond allocations; creating a Local Economic Development Pool; providing for allocation from the pool for qualified single- and multi-family bonds, mortgage credit certificates or other bonds providing economic development as determined by the bond issuer; modifying provisions relating to the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency Pool to exclude mortgage credit certificates; modifying conditions under which public trusts may administer, finance or issue evidence of indebtedness for housing programs; requiring 6.25 percent of the state ceiling to be allocated to the Student Loan Pool.  (62 O.S. 2001, §§ 695.23/695.25; 60 O.S. 2001, § 178.6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1539_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Economic Development Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1539_cs.rtf

 

SB 1553 (Robinson/Vaughn) - Smoking in Public Places.  Modifying the list of locations in which the possession of lighted tobacco in any form is a public nuisance and dangerous to public health to include indoor workplaces, all indoor areas of any place used by the general public, to which the public is invited or in which the public is permitted, any indoor area in a health care facility, nursing home or assisted living facility, any nursery or place of education, any indoor area in any place providing child care or adult day services and in any senior citizen center, homeless shelter, food bank, adoption agency or other social service establishment, and within 25 feet of any entrance to, or fresh air intake for, any of the specified places; removing the requirement to post signs.  (21 O.S. 2001, § 1247)  The floor substitute prohibits smoking in the State Capitol Building and in restaurants having as their main purpose the sale or distribution of food; removing authorization for designated smoking areas in indoor theaters, libraries, art galleries, museums, indoor roller skating rinks and concert halls.  The amendment removes the prohibition against smoking in restaurants.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1553_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

      2/14/02Title Stricken

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1553_cs.rtf

      3/20/02Floor Substitute Adopted, Amended

      3/20/02Bill Passed - Senate  (25-17)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1553_engr.rtf

      3/21/02Referred to House Commerce, Industry & Labor Committee

 

SB 1580 (Cain/Benson) - Governmental Tort Claims.  For purposes of the Governmental Tort Claims Act, adds to the definition of state employees physicians who practice medicine or act in an administrative capacity who are employed by a state agency or on contract to a state agency.  (51 § 152)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1580_int.rtf

      2/12/02Withdrawn from Rules Committee – Reassigned to Judiciary Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1580_sflr.rtf

      3/13/02Title Restored

      3/13/02Bill Amended and Passed - Senate    (41-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1580_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Referred to House Judiciary Committee

 

SB 1588 (Williams/Nations) – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES.  Modifying language relating to professional development institutes to require the Teacher Preparation Commission, as funds become available, to develop and offer professional development institutes in mathematics for teachers in grades five through eight and instructional leadership for school administrators.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 6-200)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1588_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1588_engr.rtf

      3/6/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1595 (Williams/Nations) - TEACHER CERTIFICATION.  Requiring successful completion of the competency examination for licensure as a teacher; providing an exception for Alternative Placement Program candidates.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1595_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/12/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1595_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (43-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1595_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1610 (Williams/Nations) – education reform challenge.  “Meeting the Education Reform Challenge Task Force Act”; creating a 15-member Task Force on Meeting the Education Reform Challenge, the membership of which includes the Chancellor; requiring the Department of Education to provide information and assistance as requested by the task force; requiring the task force, by Jan. 31, 2003, to report specific recommendations for meeting the challenge of compliance with the reauthorization of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act; requiring that the report and recommendations be submitted to the Senate president pro tempore, the House speaker and the governor;

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed

      2/27/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (37-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1610_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      3/18/02House Committee - Passed

 

SB 1616 (Williams/McCarter) – Advanced Placement/ELEMENTARY FOREIGN LANGUAGE IMMERSION.  Authorizing an elementary school foreign language immersion program to be included as a pre-advanced placement course in the Advanced Placement Incentive Program; including elementary school teachers in advanced placement vertical teams.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1616_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1616_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (43-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1616_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1621 (Williams/Roberts) - SCHOOL TESTING.  Removing the third- and fourth-grade norm-referenced test requirement from the Oklahoma School Testing Program; requiring the Department of Education to develop and field-test during the 2002-03 school year, and implement in the 2003-04 school year, criterion-referenced tests with embedded norm-referenced test items in reading/language arts and mathematics for the third grade; requiring the department to develop and field-test criterion-referenced tests in reading, language arts and mathematics for the fourth grade during 2003-04 school year and implement in the 2004-05 school year and for the sixth and seventh grades during the 2004-05 school year and implementation in the 2005-06 school year; requiring the department to seek to join other states in establishing a consortium to develop a common test item repository.  The floor substitute removes language requiring that the tests to be implemented during the 2003-04 school year include embedded norm-referenced test items; modifying the implementation schedule to require that the third- and fourth-grade test be implemented in 2003-04 and that criterion-referenced tests in reading/language arts and mathematics for the sixth- and seventh-grades be developed during the 2003-04 school year and implemented in the 2005-06 school year; requiring the State Board of Education to join other states in establishing a common test item bank.   http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1621_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1621_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Title Stricken

      3/18/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/18/02Bill Passed - Senate  (41-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1621_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee: Education Subcommittee

 

SB 1627 (Kerr/Braddock) - Quartz Mountain.  Clarifying authority of the Board of Trustees for Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center and Nature Park to supervise, manage and control Center and Park; authorizing board to adopt rules to govern the center and park, to accept gifts and to commission park rangers; prohibiting certain activities on Center premises; authorizing Center to employ seasonal employees; modifying the definition of "record" for purposes of the Open Records Act to exclude personal information provided by a guest at a facility owned or operated by the Board of Trustees of the Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center and Nature Park or by a purchaser of a product sold by or through the conference center and nature park; providing authorization for issuance of certain bonds.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 4451; 51 O.S. 2001, § 24A.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1627_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1627_sflr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - Senate  (46-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1627_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

 

SB 1628 (Williams/Vaughn) –ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION/curriculum/LEAVE.  Relating to the Organ Donor Education and Awareness Program; requiring the teaching of an organ donor education and awareness curriculum; requiring that state employees be granted a leave of absence for organ and tissue donation; requiring that such employees receive the base state pay without interruption during the leave of absence.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1628_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/14/02Title Stricken

      2/14/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1628_sflr.rtf

      3/13/02Bill Passed - Senate   (25-16)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1628_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Referred to House Public Health Committee

      3/20/02Withdrawn from Public Health Committee; Reassigned to Common Education Committee

 

SB 1631 (Crutchfield/Staggs) – SCHOOL TESTING.  Limiting remediation for students who do not perform satisfactorily on the mathematics portion of either the norm- or criterion-referenced tests to students in grades three through eight; limiting summer academies for students to reading and math; requiring a satisfactory reading ability and successful passage of a criterion-referenced mathematics test for obtaining a driver license; requiring satisfactory mathematics ability at the eighth-grade level; requiring the Department of Education to approve alternative mathematics proficiency tests.  (70 O.S. 2001, §§ 1210.5E, 1210.508E, 1210.515; 47 O.S. 2001, § 6-107.3)  -  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1631_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1631_sflr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (41-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1631_engr.rtf

      3/4/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1636 (Henry/Kirby) – EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES GRANT/HOPE SCHOLARSHIP.  Creating an Educational Facilities Grant Program, administered by an Educational Facilities Grant Committee, to fund capital projects for public educational facilities, including State System institutions and public schools under the governance of local boards of education; creating a Helping Oklahoma Promote Education (HOPE) Scholarship Program, administered by the State Regents for Higher Education, to increase the number of Oklahomans enrolled in higher education and the number of Oklahomans with college degrees; specifying eligibility requirements for such scholarships; authorizing expenditure from the Lottery for Education Revolving Fund, created pursuant to an unspecified Senate Joint Resolution, for early childhood program, health insurance for school district employees, the educational facilities grant program and the HOPE Scholarship Program; making act effective upon certification of voter approval of the referendum proposed in the joint resolution.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1636_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1636_sflr.rtf

 

SB 1637 (Williams/Nations) – TEACHER CERTIFICATION.  Stating legislative intent that the teacher certification system allow for multiple points of entry into the teaching profession to attract professionals and mid-career professionals, as well as provide incentives rather than barriers to attract teachers from other states.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1637_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Education Committee

      2/18/02Title Stricken

      2/18/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1637_sflr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate   (40-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1637_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to House Common Education Committee

 

SB 1641 (Cain/Blackburn) – HEALTH INSURANCE/AUDIOLOGICAL SERVICES.  Requiring group health insurance plans to provide coverage for audiological services and hearing aids for children up to age 18; requiring that such coverage apply only to hearing aids that are prescribed, filled and dispensed by a licensed audiologist and authorizing a limitation on the hearing aid benefit payable for each hearing-impaired ear to every 48 months, but allowing such coverage to provide for up to four additional ear molds per year for children up to age two.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1641_int.rtf

      2/19/02Withdrawn from Human Resources Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations Committee

      2/14/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1641_cs.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - Senate   (30-14)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1641_engr.rtf

      3/7/02   Referred to House Insurance Committee

 

SB 1660 (Cain/Gilbert) – TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES (TANF).  Relating to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; establishing minimum mandatory requirements for maximum assistance payment.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1660_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  - 

      3/13/02Bill Passed - Senate   (35-9)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1660_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Human Services Subcommittee

 

SB 1676 (Dickerson/Askins) – HEALTH INSURANCE/MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENINGS.  Deleting the no-cost-to-patient provision from mammography screening mandatory coverage.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SB1676_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

      2/7/02   Senate Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1676_sflr.rtf

      2/25/02Bill Passed - Senate   (40-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sb1676_engr.rtf

      2/27/02Second reading - Referred to House Insurance Committee

 

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

 

SJR 33 (Crutchfield/Rice) – AD VALOREM.  Proposed constitutional amendment exempting property used exclusively by small oil refineries for pollution control from ad valorem taxation. 

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Finance Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sjr33_sflr.rtf

 

SJR 40 (Henry/Kirby) – LOTTERY.  Legislative referendum creating the Oklahoma Lottery for Education Act; allowing agency special account for prize funds.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SJR40_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      2/20/02Title Stricken

      2/20/02Senate Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sjr40_sflr.rtf

 

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

 

SCR 54 (Hobson/Nations) – UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/POLITICAL COMMUNICATION CENTER.  Commending the University of Oklahoma’s Political Communication Center and those involved in producing “Sights and Sounds of Oklahoma Politics,” which electronically portrays the history of politics from Oklahoma territorial days to the present.

      2/21/02Senate Introduced  -  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SCR54_int.rtf

 

SCR 57 (Muegge/Covey) – 4-H DAY.  Designating April 3, 2002, as “4-H Day” at the Oklahoma Legislature.

      3/7/02   Senate Introduced  -  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SCR57_int.rtf

 

SENATE RESOLUTIONS

 

SR 26 (Leftwich) – ROY WILLIAMS.  Praising Roy Williams’ contributions to the University of Oklahoma football program.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SR26_int.rtf

      2/12/02      Adopted, to Secretary of State  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/sr26_enr.rtf

 

 

HOUSE BILLS

 

HB 1440 (Nations/Wilcoxson) – TUITION SCHOLARSHIP.  Repealing the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Program (OTSP).  The bill comes out of recommendations of the Task Force on State Scholarship and Student Aid Grant Programs that met during the interim.

      2/19/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB1440_cs.rtf

      3/7/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (89-4)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1440_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 1923 (Paulk/Leftwich) – TELEMARKETING.  Enacting the Oklahoma No-Call List Act; requiring the attorney general to establish a no-call list of consumers who do not wish to receive unsolicited telemarketing calls; authorizing contracting with a vendor to establish and maintain the no-call list; requiring notice of establishment of the list and means for consumers to be included or removed; requiring quarterly updates; making telemarketing calls to registered consumers an unlawful telemarketing practice and a violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act; permitting administrative fines; creating a no-call list revolving fund for the office of the attorney general to be expended for the purpose of implementing, administering or enforcing provisions of the act.  (15 §§ 775B.1/775B.7) 

      2/6/02   Referred to House Energy & Utility Regulation Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB1923_cs.rtf

      2/20/02Floor Amended; Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (90-5)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1923_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee

 

HB 1974 (Mitchell/Monson) – SALESTAX EXEMPTION FOR SALES TO HOSPITALS.  Providing a sales tax exemption for sales to federally tax-exempt charitable hospitals of tangible personal property that will be consumed in the process of providing health care to indigent persons; effective date July 1, 2002.  (68 O.S. 2001, § 1356)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB1974_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/13/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB1974_hcr.rtf

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House   (91-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1974_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Finance Committee

 

HB 1985 (Erwin/Herbert) – WHISTLEBLOWER ACT.  "Whistleblower Act"; exempting higher education institutions and the judicial department; prohibiting officers or employees of state agencies from taking disciplinary action against an employee for disclosing public information to correct what the employee reasonably believes evidences a violation of law or regulations or discussing agency operations with persons in a position to investigate or initiate corrective action.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 840-2.5) 

      2/5/02   Referred to House Administrative Rule Review Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB1985_cs.rtf

      3/13/02Title Stricken

      3/13/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (94-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb1985_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HB 2018 (Mitchell/Robinson) – STATEWIDE TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM (STARS).  Clarifying language relating to the Statewide Temporary Assistance Responsibility System (STARS).  (56 O.S. 2001, § 230.50)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2018_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2018_hcr.rtf

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2018_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Rules Committee

 

HB 2030 (Benge/Herbert) – Asbestos abatement.  Eliminating references to the Asbestos Abatement Division of the Department of Central Services; requiring the department to provide such services if need is certified by the State Department of Labor; allowing the agency to enter into interlocal agreements with counties and municipalities.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 61.6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2030_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Commerce, Industry & Labor Committee

      2/6/02   House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2030_hcr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - House   (96-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2030_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: General Govt.

 

HB 2041 (Clay Pope/Monson) – SALES AND USE TAX. Ordering a legislative referendum relating to taxes; increasing the sales and use taxes from 4.5 percent to 6.25 percent on sales of various goods and services, including tickets for admission to places of amusement, sports, entertainment, recreational events or activities.  The floor substitute no longer increases the sales tax, and no longer requires a vote of the people; amended by inserting new section which authorizes the Tax Commission to establish a six-month tax-penalty amnesty program beginning July 1, 2002; lowering interest rate on delinquent taxes from 1.25 percent to 0.75 percent per month. 

      1/15/02Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2041_cs.rtf

      3/20/02Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted

      3/20/02Title Stricken

      3/20/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2041_engr.rtf

 

HB 2045 (Wilt/Henry) – JURY DUTY EXEMPTION FOR STUDENTS.  Exempting from jury duty students enrolled in at least 16 hours for the current semester in an accredited higher education institution.  (38 O.S. 2001, § 28)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2045_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

      2/18/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2045_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2045_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

 

HB 2053 (Nance/Wilkerson) – RISK MANAGMENT.  Requiring the Department of Central Services to establish a risk management audit program.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 85.58A)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2053_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2053_hcr.rtf

      3/7/02   Bill Passed - House   (93-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2053_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2058 (Adair/Morgan) – LIFE INSURANCE.  Allowing dependents of members of the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Program to continue or purchase life insurance; authorizing retirees to continue in force any additional life insurance purchased prior to retirement, deleting requirement that additional insurance be above three-fourths of basic life insurance amount; deleting language terminating benefits when the surviving spouse remarries or become eligible for another group health insurance plan.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1316.1/1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2058_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/11/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2058_hcr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - House   (97-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2058_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2068 (Covey/Muegge) – OSU CENTER FOR ISSUE MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATION.  Authorizing the A&M Board to establish an Institute for Issue Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution, to be part of the Seretean Wellness Center at Oklahoma State University; requiring that the operation and activities of the Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program be incorporated into the institute.  (2 O.S. 2001, § 2-30; 70 § 3430)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2068_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2068_hcr.rtf

      3/6/02   Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - House  (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2068_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2078 (Adkins/Cain) – MEDICAL LICENSURE.  Modifying requirements for licensure of allopathic physicians to allow for approved postgraduate medical training in programs in England, Scotland and Ireland.  (59 O.S. 2001, § 493.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2078_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

      2/6/02   House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2078_hcr.rtf

      2/27/02Bill and Emergency  Passed - House   (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2078_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2082 (Kirby/Maddox) – INCOME TAX EXEMPTION FOR RETIREMENT BENEFITS.  Increasing the exemption from taxable income for retirement benefits received by individuals 65 years of age or older to $50,000 if the filing status is single, head of household or married filing separate returns or $100,000 if married filing joint return or qualifying widow.  (68 O.S. 2001, § 2358)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2082_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2082_hcr.rtf

      3/20/02Title Stricken

      3/20/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2082_engr.rtf

 

HB 2093 (Paulk/Leftwich) – MEDICAL LICENSURE.  Modifying requirements for foreign applicants for allopathic medical licensure; providing that, in the event clerkships were used by a foreign medical school, the clerkships must have been performed in hospitals and schools in the U.S., its territories or possessions that have Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited programs; requiring that foreign applicants provide a certified copy of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates certificate to the Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision; expanding disciplinary authority of the board; prohibiting a licensee whose surrender in lieu of prosecution is accepted by the board from reapplying for reinstatement for at least one year from the date of the accepted surrender; providing that investigators for the Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision may be commissioned peace officers.  (59 O.S. 2001, §§ 493.2, 508, 509.1, 512)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2093_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2093_cs.rtf

      3/11/02Bill Passed - House   (96-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2093_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2099 (Gilbert/Cain) – EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION.  Authorizing the use of agency operating funds to pay the cost of recognition award receptions; placing a limitation on the cost of an award at $150 per recognized employee each fiscal year; allowing agencies to establish, in addition to recognition awards, an employee performance and conduct cash recognition award not to exceed $250 per recognized employee each fiscal year for cash awards to recognize outstanding performance in the workplace.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 4121)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2099_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/7/02   House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2099_hcr.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - House   (59-37)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2099_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: General Govt.

 

HB 2100 (Gilbert/Cain) – Statewide Temporary Assistance Responsibility System (STARS).  Specifying the method for determining maximum monthly cash assistance payments pursuant to the Temporary Assistance Responsibility System (STARS); expanding amounts exempt from resource determination criteria to include $2,000 in countable assets, and removing the $5,000 maximum equity allowed for an automobile; increasing the automobile allowance to $7,500.  (56 O.S. 2001, §§ 230.52, 230.53)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2100_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2100_cs.rtf

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (55-43) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2100_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Human Svcs

 

HB 2109 (Covey/Price) – VETERINARY TECHNICIANS.  Authorizing the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners to conduct a national criminal history records search for certified animal euthanasia technicians; specifying requirements; authorizing registered veterinary technicians to provide emergency care or treatment to an animal at the scene of an accident or disaster or emergency care to a human victim; providing an exemption from civil liability; authorizing licensed veterinarians to delegate animal care responsibilities to employees commensurate with their training, experience and skills; prohibiting a registered veterinary technician, veterinary technologist, nurse, veterinary assistant or other employee from diagnosing animal diseases, prescribing medical or surgical treatment or perform as a surgeon.  (59 O.S. 2001, §§ 698.2, 698.7, 698.12, 698.17, 698.21, 698.22, 698.26)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2109_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Agriculture & Rural Dvlpmnt Committee

      2/18/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2109_cs.rtf

      3/4/02   Bill Passed - House   (98-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2109_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee

 

HB 2123 (Staggs/Morgan) – Retirement/REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.  Amending sections relating to several state retirement systems, including the Teachers’ Retirement System; modifying annual reporting requirements for the system; specifying content of certain additional requirements.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 17-106.1) 

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2123_cs.rtf

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2123_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Retirement & Group Health

 

HB 2124 (Stites/Morgan) – RETIREMENT/HEALTHCARE COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT.  Requiring that unspecified amounts be paid for retirees from state retirement systems, including the Teachers’ Retirement System, for health insurance premiums.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2124_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2124_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2124_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2138 (Roach/Williams) – OSU/TULSA TECHNOLOGY INTERN PROGRAM.  Stating legislative intent for OSU/Tulsa to develop a Technology Intern Partner Program to provide internships for eligible students with technology-based companies; requiring that funding be split equally between the university and the participating companies.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 4674)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2138_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Higher Education Committee

      2/19/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2138_hcr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (96-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2138_engr.rtf

 

HB 2142 (Toure/Cain) – CLONING.  Enacting the “Oklahoma Cloning Prohibition Act”; making it unlawful to use or attempt to use human somatic cell nuclear transfer technology to initiate a pregnancy or with the intent to initiate a pregnancy or to ship, mail, transport or receive the product of such technology within the state knowing that the product is intended to be used to initiate a pregnancy.  The floor substitute no longer requires individuals intending to perform human somatic cell nuclear transfer technology, prior to first performing such technology, to register with the commissioner of health his or her name and place of business; nor does it authorize the commissioner, by rule, to require that such registration provide additional information regarding the identity and business locations of the individual and information on the training and experience of the individual regarding the performance of such technology.  (63 §§ 1-791/1-794)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2142_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2142_hcr.rtf

      3/18/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (96-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2142_engr.rtf

 

HB 2162 (Paulk/Leftwich) – NURSING WORKFORCE TASK FORCE.  Creating a 16-member Nursing Workforce Task Force to identify strategies for recruitment and retention of nurses into the workforce; reverse the growing shortage of nurses; increase the number of individuals choosing nursing as a career, including creation and expansion of scholarships; to identify strategies for the uniform collection of data from licensure boards to gauge workforce supply and employment needs and to plan for education and training, especially interdisciplinary education and service learning; to identify strategies to upgrade the image of nursing and eliminate barriers to mobility in education and career advancement; to recommend potential changes in nursing curricula and ways to expand the use of technology to prepare the type of competently trained graduates required by employers; to identify best practice retention models within the employment environment; to identify strategies to assure governmental payors and private insurers adequately cover labor costs; to identify the roles and responsibilities of private and public organizations in addressing nursing workforce shortage issues; and to gather information on work completed by other groups, states and the federal government related to the nursing workforce shortage; requiring the cooperation of all state departments, officers, agencies and employees.  (59 § 575)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2162_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2162_cs.rtf

      2/26/02Bill Passed - House   (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2162_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2169 (Easley/Crutchfield) – OKLAHOMA EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AUTHORITY (OETA).  Re-creating the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) until July 1, 2008. (70 O.S. 2001, § 23-105)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2169_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/21/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2169_hcr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill Passed - House   (86-11)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2169_engr.rtf

 

HB 2175 (Easley/Crutchfield) – SPECIAL AGENCY ACCOUNT BOARD.  Re-creating until July 1, 2008, the Special Agency Account Board.  (62 O.S. 2001, § 7.2)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2175_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/21/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2175_hcr.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Passed - House   (97-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2175_engr.rtf

 

HB 2178 (Easley/Cain) – HEALTH INSURANCE/AUDIOLOGICAL SERVICES.  Requiring health insurance plans and policies to provide coverage for audiological services and hearing aids for children up to 16, rather than 13, years of age. (36 O.S. 2001, § 6060.7)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2178_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Insurance Committee

      2/13/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2178_hcr.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Passed - House   (61-37)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2178_engr.rtf

 

HB 2180 (Easley/Crutchfield) – SPECIAL AGENCY ACCOUNT BOARD/OETA.  Re-creating until July 1, 2008, the Special Agency Account Board and OETA.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 3903)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2180_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/21/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2180_hcr.rtf

      3/19/02Title Stricken

      3/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (91-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2180_engr.rtf

 

HB 2209 (Paulk/Crutchfield) – SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL NURSE STAFF TASK FORCE.  Creating a School Professional Nurse Staff Task Force, the membership of which would include one member each from the University of Oklahoma School of Nursing and the Oklahoma State University School of Nursing.  (59 O.S. 2001, § 575)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2209_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2209_cs.rtf

      2/21/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (92-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2209_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2220 (Cox/Maddox) - TAX CREDIT/TEACHER’S MATERIALS.  Allowing an income tax credit of up to $500 for public school teachers’ unreimbursed expenditures related to education and used in the classroom.  (68 § 2357.45)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2220_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2220_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Returned to Committee

 

HB 2234 (Matlock/Crutchfield)TECHNOLOGY CENTER SCHOOL BOARDS.  Authorizing boards of education of technology centers to approve plans and specifications for center buildings, additions and major modifications without approval of the state board when the cost of the building project is to be paid with local levies.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 14-108)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2234_int.rtf

      1/15/02Referred to House Career and Technology Education Committee

      2/7/02   House Committee - Passed

      2/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (95-1)  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2234_engr.rtf

 

HB 2238 (Ross/Horner) - TULSA RACE RIOT MEMORIAL/RECONCILIATION SCHOLARSHIP.  Providing certain requirements for the Tulsa Race Riot Memorial design, administration and funding; requiring the State Regents, subject to availability of funds, to award annually a maximum of 300 full-time-equivalent scholarships for the Tulsa Reconciliation Education and Scholarship Program to residents of the City of Tulsa who satisfy certain criteria; providing for the trust fund to be managed by a board of trustees; requiring the Tax Commission to include on income tax forms an opportunity to donate to the scholarship fund.  (74 §§ 8201.1, 8221, 8224, 8224.1; 70 §§ 2621/2623, 2625)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2238_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Rules Committee

      2/21/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2238_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (62-34) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2238_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2249 (Lindley/Cain) – PLANNING COMMITTEE/SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.  Creating a Strategic Planning Committee on the Olmstead Decision to develop a plan of implementation for the state regarding provision of services to individuals with disabilities; requiring cooperation of all state agencies.  (56 § 1021)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2249_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Mental Health Committee

      2/5/02   House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2249_cs.rtf

      2/19/02Title Stricken

      2/19/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (96-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2249_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2264 (Dunegan/Crutchfield) – STATE EMPLOYEES/NATIONAL GUARD DUTY.  Requiring that state officers and employees called to active service for Operation Enduring Freedom be entitled to the difference between their full regular pay and their National Guard or Reserve Components pay retroactive to the date the person reported to such active service; placing in the unclassified state service incumbent employees hired to perform duties of persons who are on active duty.  (44 O.S. 2001, § 209; 72 O.S. 2001, §§ 47, 48; 74 O.S. 2001, § 840-5.5)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2264_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Veterans  & Military Affairs Committee

      2/6/02   House Committee – Passed

      2/19/02Floor Substitute Adopted; Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2264_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Retirement & Group Health

 

HB 2271 (Coleman/Coffee) – PARENT EDUCATION/PERFORMANCE EVALUATION.  Expressing legislative intent that parent education programs serve children at risk of academic failure and that such children be given priority for acceptance; authorizing families whose income does not exceed 185 percent of the federal poverty level to receive services free of charge; providing that other families shall be entitled to services upon payment of a sliding-scale fee; modifying criteria for consideration of a child as being at risk of academic failure; requiring the State Board of Education to contract for an outcome-based evaluation of the parent education program.  The engrossed bill no longer requires the Board to contract with a university-related program for program evaluation.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2271_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Human Resources Committee

      2/11/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2271_cs.rtf

      2/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (85-11)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2271_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/14/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Education Committee

 

HB 2274 (Webb/Herbert) – PUBLIC DISCLOSURE/EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE.  Granting public bodies the privilege not to disclose deliberations, votes and determinations or recommendations of a government review board convened regarding employment discipline of a public employee; providing that privilege does not extend to evidence presented to the review board.  (12 O.S. 2001, § 2509)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2274_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2274_hcr.rtf

      3/13/02Title Stricken

      3/13/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (93-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2274_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

 

HB 2300 (Braddock/Wilkerson) – CAMPUS POLICE/SEX OFFENDER LISTS.  Relating to sex offenders; expanding the Sex Offenders Registration Act to include crimes involving sexual assault; requiring the Department of Corrections to provide lists of sex offenders living in their county to campus police departments.  (21 O.S. 2001, § 1021; 57 O.S. 2001 §§ 582, 584) 

      2/28/02      Signed by Governor -- http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2300_enr.rtf

 

HB 2311 (Stites/Morgan) – CHILDREN OF DISABLED LAW-ENFORCEMENT MEMBER.  Relating to the Law Enforcement Retirement System; providing that if a disabled member has children, $400 per month shall be paid for the support of each child until the child reaches 18 years of age or 22 years of age if attending a public or private school or higher education institution; providing that a waiver of general enrollment fees and tuition shall also apply to the children of retired law enforcement members who have given their lives in the line of duty or whose disability occurred in the line of duty.  (47 O.S. 2001, § 2-305; 70 O.S. 2001, § 3218.7)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2311_int.rtfhttp://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2311_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2311_cs.rtf

      3/7/02   Title Stricken

      3/7/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2311_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2326 (Corn/Dickerson)– TEACHERS’ RETIREMENT.  Providing for a cost-of-living adjustment for members for the Teachers’ Retirement System; providing unspecified amounts to be paid toward a retired member’s health insurance premium; repealing a section relating to post-retirement earnings limitations.  (70, §§ 17-105, 17-116.10, 17-116.18; 74 O.S. 2001, § 1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2326_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/13/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2326_cs.rtf

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (77-19) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2326_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2328 (Easley/Crutchfield) – TASK FORCES.  Abolishing various task forces, including the Task Force to Review the Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities and the Task Force on State Scholarship and Student Aid.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2328_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/21/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2328_cs.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Passed - House   (97-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2328_engr.rtf

 

HB 2341 (Wilt/Ford) – SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLANS.  Changing the name of "advisory planning committees" of local boards of education to "advisory councils"; increasing the duration of school improvement plans from four years to six years; requiring that administrators, teachers, other school staff and parents in each school district annually monitor and update the school improvement plan as necessary; specifying additional content and information, including educational indicators, to be contained in school improvement plans.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 5-117.4)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2341_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2341_cs.rtf

      2/26/02Bill Passed - House   (92-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2341_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Education Committee

 

HB 2344 (Staggs/Crutchfield) – POST-RETIREMENT EMPLOYMENT.  Establishing post-retirement annual earnings limitations for individual retirees or incorporated entities employed by school districts; providing that for retired members 62 years of age or older, the limit on allowed earnings from public schools shall be the lesser of $30,000 or one-half of the member’s final average salary used in computing retirement benefits.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 17-116.10)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2344_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2344_cs.rtf

      3/7/02   Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/7/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House  (92-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2344_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2346 (Staggs/Crutchfield) – SCHOOL TESTING.  Requiring that norm-referenced tests be administered through the 2003-2004 school year in grade three; requiring that criterion-referenced tests be administered in grades three through eight in certain subjects; making testing contingent upon availability of funds.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 1210.508)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2346_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Passed

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - House    (85-10) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2346_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Education Committee

 

HB 2352 (Liotta/Littlefield) – EMPLOYEE PRIVACY.  Prohibiting release of social security numbers by an employer without written permission from the employee except in compliance with state and federal regulation, in response to an official request from a law enforcement agency or in administration of employment benefits and pay.  (40 § 61.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2352_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Commerce, Industry & Labor Committee

      2/6/02   House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2352_cs.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - House   (96-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2352_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

 

HB 2353 (Adair/Taylor) – RETIREMENT/HEALTH INSURANCE.  Allowing former employees who retire or have a vested benefit in state retirement systems to reinstate health and dental insurance coverage if the former employee involuntarily loses coverage in the group plan or becomes eligible for Medicare coverage.  (74 §§ 1316.2, 1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2353_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/14/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2353_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (96-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2353_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2361 (Newport/Dickerson) – COMMUNITY SERVICE LEAVE.  Requiring that a maximum 24 hours of community service leave be available to state employees each calendar year to encourage volunteerism in support of schools, communities, citizens and nonprofit organizations; specifying requirements for such leave; requiring the administrator of the Office of Personnel Management to promulgate rules to implement the requirement.  (74 § 840-2.20)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2361_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/18/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2361_cs.rtf

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended but Failed - House    (32-63)

      3/4/02   Held on Notice to Reconsider

 

HB 2368 (Turner/Shurden) – TEACHERS’ RETIREMENT.  Providing a cost-of-living adjustment for retired members of the Teachers’ Retirement System; providing unspecified amounts to be paid toward a retired member’s health insurance premium.  (70 § 17-116.18; 74 O.S. 2001, § 1316.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2368_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2368_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2368_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2374 (Roan/Shurden) - BLUE RIVER CONSERVATION PASSPORT.  Authorizing the Wildlife Conservation Commission to establish a Blue River Conservation Passport; a special use permit; exempting from the passport requirements students and instructors participating in educational tours.  (29 O.S. 2001, § 4-138)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2374_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Wildlife Committee

      2/13/02House Committee - Passed

      2/26/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (87-10)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2374_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Wildlife Committee

 

HB 2381 (Roan/Crutchfield) – PARKING VIOLATIONS/PUBLIC DISRUPTIONS.  Prohibiting unauthorized parking at any state building or property in Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties; authorizing booting of autos with outstanding fines; making it unlawful to disturb, disrupt, or interfere with business or operations of any state agency; exempting peaceful demonstrations on public issues from prohibition; making it a misdemeanor to refuse to leave any building used to conduct state business or operations after lawful order of a law enforcement officer or security officer.  (47 O.S. 2001, §§ 11-1009, 11-1010; 73 O.S. 2001, § 96; 74 O.S. 2001, § 1811.4C; 21 § 280)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2381_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Homeland Security Committee

      2/12/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2381_hcr.rtf

      2/28/02Floor Amendment Adopted

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed - House   (62-33)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2381_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HB 2383 (Roan/Shurden)Teachers’ Retirement.  Relating to public retirement systems, including the Teachers’ Retirement System; modifying provisions related to death benefits; providing that such benefits, for purposes of federal income taxation, shall be deemed life insurance proceeds and not as a death benefit if the IRS approves the provision pursuant to a private-letter-ruling request to be submitted by the boards of trustees of state retirement systems.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 17-105)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2383_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2383_cs.rtf

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2383_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Retirement & Group Health

 

HB 2410 (Coleman/Robinson) – CHILDREN FIRST PROGRAM.  Relating to the Children First Program; requiring the State Department of Health to contract with an Oklahoma university-related program for an outcome-based performance evaluation; providing for contents of evaluation; requiring certain state departments to cooperate in the transfer of information relating to state services provided to Children First clients.  (63 O.S. 2001, § 1-110.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2410_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2410_cs.rtf

      3/13/02Title Stricken

      3/13/02Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted

      3/13/02Bill Passed - House  (98-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2410_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2412 (Coleman/Herbert) – STATE AUDITS.  Requiring state agencies to furnish copies of all audits to the Legislature; “Legislative Review of State Audits Act”; requiring agencies to deliver copies of audit reports to legislative leaders, who shall submit a copy to legislative appropriations committees; requiring written agency responses.  (74 §§ 452.10, 452.11/452.14)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2412_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/7/02   House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2412_cs.rtf

      2/21/02Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted; Bill Passed - House  (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2412_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HB 2420 (Clay Pope/Crutchfield) – COMPETITIVE BIDDING BY TRUSTS.  Increasing from $12,500 to $25,000 the dollar amount required for competitive bidding of contracts by trusts in furtherance of public functions.  (60 O.S. 2001, § 176)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2420_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/14/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2420_cs.rtf

      2/27/02Bill Passed - House   (57-37)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2420_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HB 2429 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.  Appropriating to the State Department of Education for various programs, including the Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION), scholarships for the Great Expectations Summer Institutes for Teachers, implementation of a telecommunications curriculum, Community Education Grants, Education Leadership Oklahoma, participation in the National Assessment of Educational Progress, and the Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2429_int.rtf

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (96-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2429_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2433 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/STATE REGENTS.  Appropriating unspecified amounts to the State Regents.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2433_int.rtf

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (94-3)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2433_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2434 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/STATE REGENTS.  Appropriating to the State Regents.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2434_int.rtf

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (95-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2434_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2439 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Physician Manpower Training Commission.  Appropriating to the Physician Manpower Training Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2439_int.rtf

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (96-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2439_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2440 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Physician Manpower Training Commission.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Physician Manpower Training Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2440_int.rtf

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/26/02Title Stricken

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (96-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2440_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2445 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  Appropriating to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2445_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/27/02Title Stricken

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed – House     (94-1)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2445_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2446 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2446_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/27/02Title Stricken

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed – House     (93-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2446_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2447 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Teacher Preparation.  Appropriating to the Teacher Preparation Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2447_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/27/02Title Stricken

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed – House     (86-9)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2447_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2448 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/Teacher Preparation.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Teacher Preparation Commission.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2448_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      2/27/02Title Stricken

      2/27/02Bill Amended and Passed – House     (79-16)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2448_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2488 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/HEALTH.  Appropriating to the State Department of Health, requiring budgeting for certain programs including contractual services of the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine for the Area Health Education Centers Campaign, contractual services for the OU Health Science Center Pediatric Endocrinology Department, contractual services with the Perinatal Continuing Education Program within OU’s College of Medicine’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, and the Children First Program.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2488_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/4/02   Title Stricken

      3/4/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (89-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2488_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2507 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/University HOSPITALS.  Appropriating to the University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2507_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (92-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2507_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2508 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/University Hospitals.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the University Hospitals Authority.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2508_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Direct to Calendar

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (94-2) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2508_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2510 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/AGRICULTURE.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Agriculture Department, including unspecified funds for OSU for the Statewide Intensive Financial Management Assistance Program and Animal Diagnostic Laboratory Equipment.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2510_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (93-3) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2510_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2524 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/TOURISM.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Department of Tourism and Recreation, including unspecified funds budgeted for the Summer Arts Institute and the Jazz Hall of Fame.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2524_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/5/02   Title Stricken

      3/5/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (93-4) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2524_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2532 (Mass/Haney) – APPROPRIATIONS/COMMERCE DEPT.  Establishing budgetary limitations for the Department of Commerce, including unspecified amounts for the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Statewide Small Business Development Centers Program and the Bid Assistance Program OSU/CATT.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2532_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/14/02Withdrawn from Committee – Refer Direct to Calendar

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (86-10) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2532_engr.rtf

      3/18/02Direct to Calendar

 

HB 2536 (Mass/Haney) – MOTOR FUEL ASSESSMENT/DISTRIBUTION TO OU/OSU.  Modifying distribution of the 1-cent-per-gallon assessment on motor and diesel fuel and blending materials to require that 50 percent of all revenues collected, in excess of the $1 million deposited into the Corporation Commission revolving fund, be deposited in a Higher Education Facilities Revolving Fund and 50 percent to the petroleum storage tank release environmental cleanup indemnity fund; changing the distribution to require that, beginning July 1, 2004, and until the total amount deposited in the higher education fund reaches $38 million, 25 percent be deposited to the higher education fund and 75 percent in the environmental cleanup fund; requiring that monies in the higher education fund be placed in two accounts, with one to be for transfer and allocation to the University of Oklahoma for funding construction of a National Weather Research Center on the OU campus and one for transfer and allocation to Oklahoma State University for funding the purchase of equipment and renovation of facilities on the OSU campus for the Sensor Research Center for the detection of chemical and biological threats to homeland security.

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (94-2) – http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2536_engr.rtf

      3/11/02Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/11/02Bill Passed - Senate  (47-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/hb2536_sahb.rtf

      3/18/02House Concurred in Senate Amendments

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (68-30)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2536_enr.rtf

      3/19/02      Signed by Governor  -  http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/48th/2002/2R/HB/2536.pdf

 

HB 2608 (Benson/Helton) – HEALTH INSURANCE/VISION.  Requiring the State Employee Benefits Council and the Oklahoma State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board to offer a vision plan to qualified employees and their dependents as a pretax benefit.  (74 § 1374)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2608_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/11/02House Committee - Passed

      2/26/02Bill Passed - House   (94-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2608_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Retirement & Group Health

 

HB 2616 (Winchester/Price) – APPROPRIATIONS/USAO.  Authorizing the State Regents, if funds are available, to withdraw $1.8 million from the Higher Education Capital Revolving Fund to restore and remodel Canning Hall at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma into space for a cooperative interagency deaf education program.  The amendment adds a provision for $750,000 to Panhandle State University to match a $2.5 million grant from the Noble Foundation; making authorization contingent upon receipt of matching funds by USAO for development of the deaf education program.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2616_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2616_cs.rtf

      3/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (93-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2616_engr.rtf

 

HB 2625 (Eddins/Fisher) – PROFESSIONAL LICENSING.  Requiring the State Board of Education and the Teacher Preparation Commission to conduct a joint study comparing licensing requirements for school psychologists and speech pathologists to the National Board certification requirements; requiring a report of the findings. (70 O.S. 2001, § 6-205)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2625_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Passed

      2/26/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (80-13)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2625_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Education Committee

 

HB 2633 (Fields/Stipe) - Oklahoma Workforce Investment. Oklahoma Workforce Investment Act; requiring the Governor to establish a State Workforce Investment Board to assist in the development of state plan; authorizing state board to establish subgroups; requiring annual report; requiring Governor to establish local workforce investment areas; providing for distribution of grants; providing for establishment of local workforce investment boards; requiring submission of local plans; requiring reservation of $704,000 in certain federal funding for use by the Department of Career and Technology Education to administer a statewide offender employment training program; authorizing the State Workforce Investment Board to hold meetings by teleconference.  (74 §§ 9101/9109; 25 O.S. 2001, § 307.1)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2633_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Commerce, Industry & Labor Committee

      2/13/02House Committee – Passed as Amended  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2633_hcr.rtf

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed - House  (53-43)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2633_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Business & Labor Committee

 

HB 2651 (Wright/Milacek) – Administrative RuleS.  Requiring that agency rules be reviewed by legislative review committees, if established by legislative leadership, and the committee of each house which the subject of the rule affects; requiring Legislature to affirmatively approve rules; providing that failure of either house to affirmatively approve a rule within 30 legislative days shall constitute disapproval.  (75 O.S. 2001, §§ 307.1, 308)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2651_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Administrative Rule Review Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2651_hcr.rtf

      3/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (75-22)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2651_engr.rtf

 

HB 2689 (Braddock/Herbert) - Appropriations/MILITARY BASE CLOSURE PREVENTION.  Appropriating $1,250,000 to the Department of Commerce from the constitutional reserve fund pursuant to recommendations of the Oklahoma Military Base Closure Prevention Task Force to assist communities with strategic planning in order to prevent a military base closure or realignment detrimental to an affected community; appropriating $2.75 million to the State Regents to improve educational systems that support affected communities and which assist strategic planning by the affected communities in order to prevent a military base closure or a military base realignment..  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2689_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2689_hcr.rtf

      3/14/02Title Stricken

      3/14/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2689_engr.rtf

 

HB 2697 (Lindley/Cain) – INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION.  Requiring the State Department of Education to implement a system for monitoring school district compliance with federal and state laws relating to special education pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; requiring the department to develop a system for investigating and resolving complaints; requiring annual state hearing; re-creating the Task Force to Review Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities, the membership of which includes the Chancellor.  The floor substitute also recreates and expands the Task force to Review the Complaint System for Persons with Disabilities to 25 members; amended by striking title.  (74 O.S. 2001, §§ 169.2, 169.2a, 169.2b)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2697_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/18/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2697_cs.rtf

      3/20/02Floor Substitute Amended and Adopted

      3/20/02Bill Failed - House  (17-81)

      3/20/02Held on Notice to Reconsider - House

      3/21/02Motion to Reconsider Failed – House - Dead

 

HB 2706 (Wells/Morgan) – HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM.  Adding Applied Mathematics I and II and Applied Biology and Chemistry to core curricula for high school graduation purposes.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 11-1-3.6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2706_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2706_hcr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (80-15)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2706_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2714 (Stanley/Cain) – INJURY PREVENTION.  Establishing May of each year as “Injury Prevention Month”; recommending that all state agencies, businesses, and interested organizations should take the opportunity to provide their employees and members with injury prevention information during Injury Prevention Month.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2714_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Public Health Committee

      2/6/02   House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2714_hcr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (99-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2714_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee

 

HB 2729 (Pettigrew/Nichols) – JURY DUTY LEAVE.  Making it a misdemeanor to require an employee to use sick or vacation leave while on jury duty; providing that section shall not require an employer to pay wages for time on jury duty unless the employee uses paid leave for that purpose.  (38 O.S. 2001, §§ 34, 35)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2729_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Judiciary Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2729_hcr.rtf

      3/5/02   Bill Passed - House   (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2729_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

 

HB 2738 (Deutschendorf/Helton) – TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS ELIGIBILITY.  Authorizing students who have graduated from private schools not accredited by the State Board of Education to participate in the Oklahoma Tuition Scholarship Program and qualify for scholarships by meeting eligibility criteria.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 2612)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2738_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Higher Education Committee

      2/13/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2738_hcr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (93-2)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2738_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2739 (Deutschendorf/Robinson) – Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION).  Creating an 11-member Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION) Task Force until June 30, 2003, to make findings and recommendations on extending the web-based curriculum programs developed through the VISION pilot program to all public school districts in the state, determining the cost of making such programs and web-based management systems developed through the pilot program available to all districts, developing a pricing schedule that other states and countries must pay in order to access web-based curriculum programs and management systems developed through the pilot program and location of a statewide server array with the necessary storage to support the storage and retrieval of curriculum and management programs developed through the pilot program; requiring the task force to issue a report.  (70 § 1210.727)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2739_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Science & Technology Committee

      2/11/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2739_hcr.rtf

      2/18/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (94-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2739_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Education Committee

 

HB 2764 (Paulk/Wilkerson) – TERRORISM.  Amending numerous sections to enact provisions regarding antiterrorism; Section 14 allows a public body to meet in executive sessions to discuss investigations of acts of terrorism, vulnerability assessments of state agencies and response plans relating to acts of terrorism or the Catastrophic Emergency Health Powers Act; Section 21 creates the Division of Dangerous Substances Response within the Department of Public Safety; authorizes the Department to coordinate its training programs with emergency response training programs offered by local, state and federal agencies, community colleges and institutes of higher education and private industry; Section 26 exempts investigations of acts of terrorism, vulnerability assessments of state agencies and response plans relating to acts of terrorism or the Catastrophic Emergency Health Powers Act from the Open Records Act.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2764_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Homeland Security Committee

      2/20/02House Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2764_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (51-43) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2764_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2765 (Paulk/Monson) – CATASTROPHIC EMERGENCY HEALTH.  Relating to the Catastrophic Emergency Health Powers Act; requiring the Governor to appoint a Public Health Emergency Planning Commission; requiring commission to develop a plan for responding to a public health emergency; requiring the reporting of cases of persons harboring any illness that may be potential cause of a public health emergency; outlining duties and powers of public health authorities; outlining procedure for declaration of a public health emergency by the Governor; providing for termination of declaration within 30 days unless renewed by Governor; providing for compensation of owners of property taken or used during an emergency; providing for destruction of property under certain conditions; authorizing quarantines in certain circumstances; outlining court procedure for release.  (63 §§ 6101/6806)

      2/5/02   Referred to House Homeland Security Committee

      2/12/02House Committee – Committee Substitute Passed

      3/6/02   Title Stricken

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (77-21) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2765_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2796 (Braddock/Morgan) – INTERNET ACCESS SERVICE.  Relating to the Oklahoma Telecommunications Act of 1997; prohibiting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission from imposing any regulation on a high-speed Internet access service or broadband service provider unless the regulation is imposed equally and uniformly upon all providers of high-speed Internet access service or broadband service, regardless of technology or medium used to provide such service; requiring that an ILEC must provide unbundled access to network elements to the extent required by FCC regulations.  (17 O.S. 2001, § 139.102)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2796_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Energy & Utility Regulation Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2796_cs.rtf

      2/26/02Bill Passed - House   (90-6)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2796_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee

 

HB 2807 (McCarter/Coffee) – SCHOOL BUSES.  Relating to motor vehicles, including school and church buses; adopting federal specifications and standards for certain lighting equipment; requiring certain headlamps to be in use while a vehicle is driven on a highway; prohibiting the use of neon lamps; requiring headlamps to emit white light; specifying how head and tail lamps must be displayed; modifying the distance for height placement of lamps and reflectors; specifying vehicles that are required to use stop lamps and flashing turn signals; specifying lights to be used when a load extends beyond the bed or body of a vehicle; specifying light requirements for parked vehicles; establishing minimum lighting requirements for implements of husbandry and for towed implements; modifying distances of light visibility for animal-drawn vehicles; specifying the standard for vehicular hazard warning lamps; adding vehicles that may use flashing lights; specifying lighting equipment for school and church buses; requiring the State Board of Education to be in compliance with federal standards regarding lighting equipment and special warning devices for school buses; specifying brake requirements; requiring vehicles to be equipped to prevent excessive noise and excessive fumes or smoke; requiring certain mirrors for school and church buses; specifying standards for windshield wipers, tires, fuel tanks, fenders and glass; requiring that certain vehicles be equipped with certain emergency equipment; specifying the type of refrigerant that may be used for air-conditioning vehicles; prohibiting operation of vehicles with television-type receiving equipment, with exception; prohibiting disconnection, modification or alteration of emissions equipment; prohibiting operation of a vehicle with disconnected or broken shock absorbers; specifying requirement for speedometers; repealing sections relating to lamps and other lighting equipment and brakes on vehicles and to motorcycles.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2807_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Public Safety Committee

      2/14/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2807_cs.rtf

      3/6/02   Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - House  (52-43)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2807_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Vets, Military Aff. & Public Safety Committee

 

HB 2847 (Hastings/Leftwich) – READING SUFFICIENCY.  Relating to reading assessment plans; clarifying rule making procedures.  (70 § 1210.508C) 

http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2847_int.rtf

      2/21/02Committee Reassignment – House Administrative Rule Review Committee

      2/21/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2847_cs.rtf

      3/20/02Title Stricken

      3/20/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2847_engr.rtf

 

HB 2849 (Case/Riley) – Ad valorem TAXATION.  Modifying ad valorem tax exemptions for location of continuum of care retirement communities to refer to tax-exempt entities located in metropolitan statistical areas rather than counties with a population of more than 500,000.  (68 O.S. 2001, § 2887)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2849_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/20/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2849_cs.rtf

      3/13/02Title Stricken

      3/13/02Bill Amended and Failed - House    (38-59)

      3/13/02Held on Notice to Reconsider

      3/20/02Held on Notice to Reconsider Time Expired

      3/20/02Bill Failed - House

 

HB 2852 (Easley/Horner) – CAPITOL COMMUNICATIONS.  Creating the Oklahoma Capitol Communications Center Act; creating an Oklahoma Capitol Communications Center, which as funds become available, will be a toll-free telephone service for assisting Oklahomans with problems or questions concerning state government, including proper referrals.  (74 §§ 5021.1/5021.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2852_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/12/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2852_hcr.rtf

      3/7/02   Bill Amended and Failed - House    (47-47) -

      3/7/02   Held on Notice to Reconsider

      3/13/02Bill Reconsidered and Passed - House   (56-42)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2852_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HB 2874 (Gray/Leftwich) – CONSTRUCTION/BIDDING.  Transferring certain duties from the director of the Department of Central Services to the state construction administrator of the Construction and Properties Division of the department; authorizing awarding agencies to require contractors and material suppliers to pre-qualify as responsible bidders prior to submitting bids; authorizing chief administrating officer of awarding agency to reject bids; repealing section relating to requirement of competitive bidding for construction of certain facilities.  The committee substitute no longer amends § 203.  The amendment is on page 22 of printed bill, line 16 – deleting the period and adding, “as it relates to state agencies”.  (61 O.S. 2001, §§ 9/13, 60/65, 102, 104, 107, 110, 113, 115, 116, 118, 119, 121, 128, 130, 152, 154, 157, 202/204, 207.2, 208.1, 208.2, 209, 211; repealing 61 O.S. 2001, § 103.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2874_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

      2/21/02House Committee – Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2874_cs.rtf

      3/20/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2874_engr.rtf

 

HB 2886 (Ferguson/Fisher) – HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM.  Adding Applied Mathematics I and II and other technology and contextual math courses to core curricula for high school graduation purposes; modifying credit granting requirement; encouraging certain school district to adopt class schedules which allow enrollment at a technology center school district.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 11-103.6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2886_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2886_hcr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Amended and Passed - House    (87-11) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2886_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2895 (Blackburn/Easley) – WATER RESOURCES DATA.  Creating the "Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan Act of 2002"; establishing a moratorium on the sale or exportation of public water outside this state for a five-year period; providing exceptions for sale or exportation of up to 8 million gallons of water per month by a private water owner; creating the 21-member Statewide Water Policy Planning Commission to conduct a comprehensive statewide water study and develop a water plan; requiring state agencies to cooperate with the Commission in carrying out its duties; prohibiting the Oklahoma Water Resources Board from authorizing the sale or use of Oklahoma water in any other state without legislative approval.  (74 O.S. 2001, § 1221; 82 O.S. 2001, §§ 1085.2, 1086.1, 1086.2)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2895_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Environment & Natural Resources Committee

      2/11/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2895_cs.rtf

      3/7/02   Floor Substitute Adopted

      3/7/02   Bill Passed - House  (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2895_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2907 (Blackburn/Monson) – BANKING/INVESTMENT SECURITIES.  Modifying provisions relating to banks and trust companies, shareholders, certificates of authority, bank commissioner hearings, deposit of securities and type of securities to be deposited with commissioner; permitting a bank to purchase investment securities (including certain obligation bonds and revenue bonds) issued by or on behalf of any state or political subdivision of a state.  (6 O.S. 2001, § 806)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2907_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Banking & Finance Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2907_cs.rtf

      3/7/02   Bill Passed - House   (90-5)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2907_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Finance Committee

 

HB 2908 (Blackburn/Henry) – College Savings PlanModifying maximum contributions to College Savings Plan accounts to not to exceed $2,500 for each contributor each year for each account; authorizing account owners to make certain changes in accounts; repealing section relating to distributions from an account.  (68 O.S. 2001, § 2358; 70 O.S. 2001, §§ 3970.3, 3970.6 3970.7; 3970.8)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2908_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Higher Education Committee

      2/13/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2908_cs.rtf

      3/11/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (97-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2908_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Finance Committee

 

HB 2915 (Winchester/Wilcoxson) – TEACHER CERTIFICATION/Alternative PLACEMENT.  Requiring that candidates for alternative placement teaching certificates be at least 25 years of age; requiring that candidates have an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher and a GPA of 2.5 or higher in a major field corresponding to the subject area of specialization for which the person is seeking certification; modifying work experience requirement.  (70 O.S. 2001, § 6-122.3)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2915_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/12/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2915_cs.rtf

      2/21/02Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (86-9)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2915_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Education Committee

 

HB 2919 (Morgan/Wilcoxson) – SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REVIEW.  Authorizing the Office of Accountability, under the director of the Education Oversight Board, to research, develop, implement and administer a school performance review program.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2919_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Common Education Committee

      2/18/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2919_hcr.rtf

      3/7/02   Bill and Emergency Passed - House   (75-20)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2919_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HB 2921 (Morgan/Pruitt) – ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY.  Establishing an address confidentiality program through the Office of the Secretary of State for victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking; stating that a program participant may request that state and local agencies use the address designated by the Secretary of State as the address of the participant.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HB2921_int.rtf

      2/6/02   House Committee - Passed

      2/13/02Bill Passed - House   (99-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hb2921_engr.rtf

      3/13/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

      3/18/02Withdrawn from Appropriations Committee; Reassigned to Appropriations: Public Safety & Judiciary

 

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

 

HJR 1036 (Adair/Taylor) - Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund.  This is a proposed constitutional amendment modifying expenditures from the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund.  (Art. X, § 40)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1036_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Rules Committee

      2/14/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1036_hcr.rtf

      3/6/02   Bill Passed - House   (95-0)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hjr1036_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

 

HJR 1042 (Hiett/Johnson) – AD VALOREM TAXATION.  This is a proposed constitutional amendment adding an exemption for farm tractors or implements from ad valorem taxation on a county option basis; requiring the Legislature to enact laws to reimburse various entities, including junior colleges for revenue loss.  (Art. X, § 6)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1042_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee

      2/13/02House Committee - Passed

      2/26/02Bill Amended and Passed – House   (78-16)  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hjr1042_engr.rtf

      3/20/02Referred to Senate Finance Committee

 

HJR 1051 (Perry/Coffee) – LIMITING LIABILITY FOR CONTRACTORS.  Proposed constitutional amendment requiring the Legislature to enact laws permitting state entities to limit liability of persons contracting to provide goods or services to the state.  (Art. V, § 53)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1051_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Rules Committee

      2/21/02House Committee – Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1051_hcr.rtf

      3/19/02Title Stricken

      3/19/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (96-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hjr1051_engr.rtf

 

HJR 1055 (Askins/Maddox) – APPROPRIATIONS/LEGISLATIVE CONSIDERATION.  Proposed constitutional amendment limiting odd-year sessions to budgetary or revenue and financial matters, redistricting measures in the first session after the census and emergency measures identified by the House speaker and president pro tempore of the Senate; authorizing introduction and consideration of other measures by two-thirds vote of either house; requiring that in odd-numbered years the Legislature shall provide for a state budget for each of the two insuring fiscal years.  (Art. V, § 26; Art. X, § 23)  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1055_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Rules Committee

      2/21/02House Committee - Committee Substitute Passed  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HJR1055_cs.rtf

      3/18/02Title Stricken

      3/18/02Bill Amended and Passed - House    (88-9) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hjr1055_engr.rtf

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

 

HCR 1044 (Doug Miller) – STATE EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT.  Creating a State Government Employee Excellence in Recruitment and Retention Task Force, membership of which includes two persons associated with higher education institutions.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HCR1044_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Referred to House Govt Ops & Agency Oversight Committee

 

HCR 1045 (Ingmire/Morgan) – OSU/REVENUE BONDS.  Authorizing the A&M Board of Regents, on behalf of Oklahoma State University, to issue $8 million in revenue bonds for completing the construction of the Water Treatment Plant Upgrade and Distribution System Improvements.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HCR1045_int.rtf

      2/7/02   Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee

      2/20/02House Committee – Passed

      2/27/02Adopted – House  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hcr1045_engr.rtf

 

HCR 1047 (Wells/Morgan) – OSU/REVENUE BONDS.  Authorizing the A&M Board of Regents, on behalf of Oklahoma State University, to issue $25 million in revenue bonds to construct a new outdoor swimming pool, make certain repairs to the Colvin Recreation Center and refund certain outstanding revenue bond obligations.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HCR1047_int.rtf

      3/5/02  To Secretary of State  -  http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/hcr1047_enr.rtf

 

HCR 1049 (Wells/Morgan) – OSU/REVENUE BONDS.  Authorizing the A&M Board of Regents, on behalf of Oklahoma State University, to issue $6 million in revenue bonds for construction of a new addition and minor renovation of the Agricultural Center Office Building. 

      2/21/02House Introduction and First Reading  -  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02HB/HCR1049_int.rtf

      2/25/02Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee

 

 

FIRST EXTRAORDINARY SESSION

 

 

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

 

SJR 1X (Dunlap) – TAX REFORM/TEACHERS’ RETIREMENT.  Legislative referendum, the "Oklahoma Tax Reform Act of 2002"; repealing individual income tax, estate tax to level of federal allowance "pickup" status, franchise tax and state sales tax on groceries; levying 5.9 percent tax on numerous services, including out-of-state services used or consumed in this state; allocating tax revenues as follows: 87.2 percent to general revenue fund, 8.5 percent to the education reform revolving fund, 3.35 percent to the Teachers Retirement System of Oklahoma, capped at $136 million, with excess deposited to general fund, 0.95 percent to the ad valorem reimbursement fund; outlining exemptions; increasing household income ceiling for sales tax relief to $20,000 for an individual and spouse, $50,000 for households with children, individuals with a physical disability and those 65 years of age or older; increasing amount of claim for an individual spouse to $400, for other qualifying families $600 for an individual plus $40 for each allowable personal exemption; repealing sections relating to income tax withholding.  http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2001-02SB/SJR1x_int.rtf

      2/5/02   Introduced

 

 

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