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Senate daily journal

OFFICIAL JOURNAL
Messages from the Governor
The following messages from the Governor were received and STATE OF LOUISIANA
STATE OF LOUISIANA
SEVENTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
Twenty-Eighth Regular Session of the Legislature
The Honorable President and Members of the Senate Under the Adoption of the
Constitution of 1974
In compliance with Article IV, Section 5(H)(3) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, Ms. Peggy Wilson has been appointed and previously submitted for your consideration to serve on the Board ofCommissioners of the Orleans Levee District.
However, I wish for the confirmation to be stopped and the The Senate was called to order at 4:00 o'clock P.M., by Hon.
John Hainkel, President of the Senate.
ROLL CALL
The roll being called, the following members answered to their STATE OF LOUISIANA
To the Honorable President and Members of the Senate: Please be advised that the following individuals have been commissioned as Notaries Public for the parishes indicated through May 22, 2002. In compliance with Article IV, Section 5(H)(3) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, I do hereby present them for review.
ASCENSION
EAST BATON ROUGE
The President of the Senate announced there were 38 Senators EVANGELINE
Shelia I. Deshotel
The prayer was offered by Mr. Charles Marceaux, following which the Senate joined in pledging allegiance to the flag of the United JEFFERSON
Reading of the Journal
On motion of Senator Lambert, the reading of the Journal was LAFAYETTE
dispensed with and the Journal of yesterday was adopted.
Morning Hour
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Message from the House
800 Lafayette St., Ste. 1200Lafayette, La 70501 CONCURRING IN
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
LAFOURCHE
NATCHITOCHES
To the Honorable President and Members of the Senate: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House of Representatives has finally concurred in the following Senate SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 20—
BY SENATOR THEUNISSEN AND REPRESENTATIVE CRANE To establish the Project for a Healthy Environment to Assist Learning in Schools Task Force, referred to as "Project: HEAL Schools", to review current statutory and regulatory requirements for health screenings and procedures in schools.
RAPIDES
Brandon K. Fontenot
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 23—
To recognize and commend the Southern University men's track team for an outstanding season and for capturing the 2002 Southwestern Athletic Conference indoor and outdoor track and ST BERNARD
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 24—
To commend the Southern University baseball team and coaching ST LANDRY
staff on an outstanding regular season and for capturing their second straight Southwestern Athletic Conference crown.
ST TAMMANY
Senator Lambert in the Chair
VERMILION
Angela B. Faulk
Introduction of Resolutions,
Senate and Concurrent
Messages from the House
Senator Lambert asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules for the purpose of introducing and reading the following Resolutions,Senate and Concurrent, a first and second time and acting upon them The following Messages from the House were received and read 7th DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 21—
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 25—
To express the sincere condolences of the Senate of the Legislature of To urge and request the Aviation Division of the Department of Louisiana upon the death of Frank Hennigan, husband, father, Transportation and Development, in conjunction with the grandfather, great grandfather, brother, civic/community leader, Federal Aviation Administration, the Federal Communications Commission, the Louisiana Police Jury Association, and theLouisiana Municipal Association, to study methods by which On motion of Senator Cain, the resolution was read by title and to eliminate the hazards unmarked towers present to certain SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 22—
The resolution was read by title. Senator Theunissen moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
To commend Seann August, Almetha Banks, Kimberly Nichole ROLL CALL
Beshears, Kenyetta Collins, Asley Cox, Jamine Lenore Davis,Brittany Dent, Temycia Gray, Erika Lauren Green, Ashley The roll was called with the following result: Ivette Harris, Lauren Rose Jones, Arnessia Malveaux, BrandieReneé Morgan, Jaelyn Alenzia Odom, Brittany Parker, Johnnay Mechelle Page Smith, Raynhea Muszette Smith, KimberliNekedra Thompson, Aislinn Wheeler, and Demetriez Williams, members of the 2002 Debutante Coterie of the Baton Rouge Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
On motion of Senator Fields, the resolution was read by title and SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 23—
To commend the East Ascension High School Symphonic Winds Band and Band Director Sheily Bell for winning the National Adjudicator Invitational 2002 Grand National Music Festival.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 24—
To commend the St. Amant High School Symphonic Winds Band and Band Director Craig Millet for placing second in the National Adjudicator Invitational 2002 Grand National Music Festival.
The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 26—
SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 25—
BY SENATOR FONTENOT AND REPRESENTATIVE PERKINS To urge and request a reaffirmation of the principles of government To commend, recognize, and thank the St. James Parish Economic set forth in the Declaration of Independence, articulated by Development Board, as well as their cooks and servers, for being many past presidents, and recognize the influence those a participating sponsor for "A Taste of the Senate 2002".
principles can have in bolstering the character, honor, and senseof duty in the citizens of our great state and nation.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title The resolution was read by title. Senator Fontenot moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
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ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 28—
To create the Forensic Strategic Task Force to study the feasibility of implementing the components of an effective comprehensive statewide system to address the demands of the increasing adult forensic population and its economic burden on health care The resolution was read by title. Senator Schedler moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate The roll was called with the following result: Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 27—
BY SENATORS SCHEDLER, THOMAS AND MCPHERSON To urge and request the Department of Health and Hospitals, the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Health Care Services Division, and the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport to continue their review of a common acute care hospital payment methodology.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Thomas moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 29—
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 31—
To designate the week of May 19 through 25, 2002, as Emergency To direct the secretary of Department of Wildlife and Fisheries to place the coordination and administration of the huntercertification and education program under the office of wildlife.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Hines moved to adopt The resolution was read by title. Senator McPherson moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 30—
Mr. President in the Chair
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 32—
To urge and request the Senate Committee on Education and the House Committee on Education to meet and function as a joint committee to study the feasibility of establishing a system of To commend and congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Cambre of priority funding to students who meet all eligibility requirements Baton Rouge upon the occasion of their fiftieth wedding for the Tuition Opportunity Programs for Students and who enter a program of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in anoccupation that has been designated as an area of critical The resolution was read by title. Senator Hainkel moved to shortage or an occupation in "top demand" by the Louisiana adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
Occupational Forecasting Conference.
ROLL CALL
On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title and referred to the Committee on Education.
The roll was called with the following result: Page 6 SENATE
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The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 34—
To commend Dickie and Rickie Brocato, co-owners of the Crescent Bar and Package Liquor Company for being awarded the Hammond Chamber of Commerce's Small Business of the Year The resolution was read by title. Senator Hainkel moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 33—
To commend Deek and Leisa DeBlieux, co-owners of the Red, White, and Brew for their award as the Hammond Chamber of Commerce's Small Business People of the Year.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Hainkel moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 35—
To urge and request the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to study the Wireless Classroom Project being implemented in the state of Georgia and the feasibility of implementing similar pilot programs in Louisiana.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title and referred to the Committee on Education.
Messages from the House
The following Messages from the House were received and read 7th DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
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Message from the House
Hundred Fifty Thousand and No/100 ($350,000.00) Dollars outof the state general fund to provide for the Legislative Auditor ASKING CONCURRENCE IN
Ancillary Enterprise Fund, and the sum of Seven Million Eight HOUSE BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Hundred Forty-six Thousand Six Hundred Forty-eight andNo/100 ($7,846,648.00) Dollars out of self-generated funds, to defray the expenses of the Louisiana Legislature, including theexpenses of the House of Representatives and the Senate, of To the Honorable President and Members of the Senate: legislative service agencies, and of the Louisiana State LawInstitute; and otherwise to provide with respect to the I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House of appropriations and allocations herein made.
Representatives has finally passed and asks your concurrence in thefollowing House Bills and Joint Resolutions: HOUSE BILL NO. 200—
HOUSE BILL NO. 12—
To appropriate funds to defray the expenses of the Louisiana Judiciary, including the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal, To amend and reenact Section 2 of Act No. 45 of the 1998 Regular District Courts, Criminal District Court of Orleans Parish, and Session of the Legislature, as amended by Section 1 of Act No.
other courts; and to provide for related matters.
7 of the 2000 Regular Session of the Legislature, relative to theimposition of the occupational license tax on utilities selling HOUSE BILL NO. 49—
electricity or gas in more than one municipality; to extend the applicability of the law; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 4:67(A), relative to boxing and wrestling; to increase the maximum amount of tax proceeds which can be HOUSE BILL NO. 82—
BY REPRESENTATIVES DANIEL, DIEZ, FAUCHEUX, FLAVIN, FUTRELL, collected by the State Boxing and Wrestling Commission per contest or exhibition; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:301(16)(g)(iii) and (iv), relative to the HOUSE BILL NO. 53—
sales and use tax; to extend the definition of tangible personal BY REPRESENTATIVES BROOME, CAZAYOUX, AND DEVILLIER property as it applies to excluding certain transactions relating to manufactured homes to all tax authorities in the state; to To amend and reenact R.S. 33:4574.1-A(A)(1)(jj), relative to the provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
West Baton Rouge Parish Tourist Commission; to increase themaximum rate of the hotel occupancy tax which the commission HOUSE BILL NO. 73—
may levy; and to provide for related matters.
HOUSE BILL NO. 197—
To enact R.S. 47:305.25(C), relative to exclusions and exemptions from sales and use taxes for farm equipment; to authorize a city or parish school board, the governing authority of any To enact R.S. 33:2740.36, relative to the levy of taxes on trash and municipality, and the governing authority of any parish to grant other material dumped in violation of law or ordinance; to an exemption from sales and use taxes for farm equipment; and authorize the governing body of a business and industrial district located in a municipality with a population in excess of fourhundred fifty thousand persons to levy and collect a tax on such HOUSE BILL NO. 114—
trash or material so dumped in the business and industrial district; to provide for the rate, collection, enforcement of collection, and disposition of the avails of such taxes; to provide To amend and reenact R.S. 47:305(D)(5), relative to sales and use tax for appeals; and to provide for related matters.
exemptions; to provide an exemption from local sales and usetaxes for certain medical devices and certain prescription drugs; HOUSE BILL NO. 258—
to provide an exemption from local sales taxes for the sale of prescription drugs under the Louisiana Children's Health Insurance Program; to provide for an effective date; and to To amend and reenact R.S. 33:9072(D)(1), relative to the Lake Forest Estates Improvement special taxing district; to authorize therenewal of the district's special tax or fee; and to provide for HOUSE BILL NO. 208—
BY REPRESENTATIVES DEWITT, BRUNEAU, LANCASTER, LEBLANC,AND HUNTER AND SENATORS HAINKEL, LAMBERT, BARHAM, HOUSE BILL NO. 259—
To appropriate the sum of Fifty-three Million Three Hundred To enact Part III of Chapter 12-A of Title 33 of the Louisiana Eighty-five Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-seven and No/100 Revised Statutes of 1950, to be comprised of R.S. 33:4709.21, ($53,385,887.00) Dollars, or so much thereof as may be relative to certain business and industrial districts; to provide tax necessary, out of the state general fund and the sum of Three Page 8 SENATE
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exemptions to certain persons, corporations, or other legal HOUSE BILL NO. 53—
entities that make certain investments in certain business and BY REPRESENTATIVES BROOME, CAZAYOUX, AND DEVILLIER industrial districts; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 33:4574.1-A(A)(1)(jj), relative to the HOUSE BILL NO. 166—
West Baton Rouge Parish Tourist Commission; to increase the maximum rate of the hotel occupancy tax which the commission may levy; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:551(A) and to enact R.S. 47:551(D)(3) and (4), relative to the taxation of rental of automobiles; to On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and extend the automobile rental tax; to provide for the dedication of referred to the Committee on Local and Municipal Affairs.
a portion of the tax; to provide for an effective date; and toprovide for related matters.
HOUSE BILL NO. 73—
HOUSE BILL NO. 167—
To enact R.S. 47:305.25(C), relative to exclusions and exemptions from sales and use taxes for farm equipment; to authorize a city To amend and reenact Section 4 of Act No. 32 of the 2000 Regular or parish school board, the governing authority of any Session, relative to the tobacco tax; to extend the additional tax municipality, and the governing authority of any parish to grant of four-twentieths of one cent per cigarette; to provide for an an exemption from sales and use taxes for farm equipment; and effective date; and to provide for related matters.
HOUSE BILL NO. 169—
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
To enact R.S. 47:302(P), 321(H), and 331(N), relative to the state HOUSE BILL NO. 82—
sales and use tax; to provide relative to the effectiveness of BY REPRESENTATIVES DANIEL, DIEZ, FAUCHEUX, FLAVIN, FUTRELL, certain exemptions to the tax; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:301(16)(g)(iii) and (iv), relative to the sales and use tax; to extend the definition of tangible personal property as it applies to excluding certain transactions relatingto manufactured homes to all tax authorities in the state; to House Bills and Joint Resolutions
provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and Senator Hines asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
to take up at this time the following House Bills and JointResolutions just received from the House which were taken up, read HOUSE BILL NO. 114—
a first and second time by their titles and acted upon as follows: HOUSE BILL NO. 12—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:305(D)(5), relative to sales and use tax exemptions; to provide an exemption from local sales and use taxes for certain medical devices and certain prescription drugs; To amend and reenact Section 2 of Act No. 45 of the 1998 Regular to provide an exemption from local sales taxes for the sale of Session of the Legislature, as amended by Section 1 of Act No.
prescription drugs under the Louisiana Children's Health 7 of the 2000 Regular Session of the Legislature, relative to the Insurance Program; to provide for an effective date; and to imposition of the occupational license tax on utilities selling electricity or gas in more than one municipality; to extend theapplicability of the law; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
HOUSE BILL NO. 166—
HOUSE BILL NO. 49—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:551(A) and to enact R.S. 47:551(D)(3) and (4), relative to the taxation of rental of automobiles; to To amend and reenact R.S. 4:67(A), relative to boxing and wrestling; extend the automobile rental tax; to provide for the dedication of to increase the maximum amount of tax proceeds which can be a portion of the tax; to provide for an effective date; and to collected by the State Boxing and Wrestling Commission per contest or exhibition; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
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HOUSE BILL NO. 167—
defray the expenses of the Louisiana Legislature, including the expenses of the House of Representatives and the Senate, of legislative service agencies, and of the Louisiana State Law To amend and reenact Section 4 of Act No. 32 of the 2000 Regular Institute; and otherwise to provide with respect to the Session, relative to the tobacco tax; to extend the additional tax appropriations and allocations herein made.
of four-twentieths of one cent per cigarette; to provide for aneffective date; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Finance.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
HOUSE BILL NO. 258—
HOUSE BILL NO. 169—
To amend and reenact R.S. 33:9072(D)(1), relative to the Lake Forest Estates Improvement special taxing district; to authorize the To enact R.S. 47:302(P), 321(H), and 331(N), relative to the state renewal of the district's special tax or fee; and to provide for sales and use tax; to provide relative to the effectiveness of certain exemptions to the tax; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Local and Municipal Affairs.
referred to the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs.
HOUSE BILL NO. 259—
HOUSE BILL NO. 197—
To enact Part III of Chapter 12-A of Title 33 of the Louisiana To enact R.S. 33:2740.36, relative to the levy of taxes on trash and Revised Statutes of 1950, to be comprised of R.S. 33:4709.21, other material dumped in violation of law or ordinance; to relative to certain business and industrial districts; to provide tax authorize the governing body of a business and industrial district exemptions to certain persons, corporations, or other legal located in a municipality with a population in excess of four entities that make certain investments in certain business and hundred fifty thousand persons to levy and collect a tax on such industrial districts; and to provide for related matters.
trash or material so dumped in the business and industrialdistrict; to provide for the rate, collection, enforcement of On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and collection, and disposition of the avails of such taxes; to provide referred to the Committee on Local and Municipal Affairs.
for appeals; and to provide for related matters.
Messages from the House
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Local and Municipal Affairs.
The following Messages from the House were received and read HOUSE BILL NO. 200—
Message from the House
To appropriate funds to defray the expenses of the Louisiana Judiciary, including the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal, ASKING CONCURRENCE IN
District Courts, Criminal District Court of Orleans Parish, and HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
other courts; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Lambert, the bill was read by title and referred to the Committee on Finance.
To the Honorable President and Members of the Senate: HOUSE BILL NO. 208—
I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House of BY REPRESENTATIVES DEWITT, BRUNEAU, LANCASTER, LEBLANC, Representatives has finally passed and asks your concurrence in the AND HUNTER AND SENATORS HAINKEL, LAMBERT, BARHAM, To appropriate the sum of Fifty-three Million Three Hundred HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 21—
Eighty-five Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-seven and No/100 ($53,385,887.00) Dollars, or so much thereof as may be To direct the Louisiana Gaming Control Board to prospectively necessary, out of the state general fund and the sum of Three apply any rule changes affecting the issuance of key and non- Hundred Fifty Thousand and No/100 ($350,000.00) Dollars out of the state general fund to provide for the Legislative AuditorAncillary Enterprise Fund, and the sum of Seven Million EightHundred Forty-six Thousand Six Hundred Forty-eight andNo/100 ($7,846,648.00) Dollars out of self-generated funds, to Page 10 SENATE
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HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 35—
Senator Lambert asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules to take up at this time the following House Concurrent Resolutions just received from the House which were taken up, read a first and To authorize and request the House Committee on Insurance and the second time by their titles and acted upon as follows: Senate Committee on Insurance to meet and function as a jointcommittee and study the issue of requiring health insurance HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 21—
coverage for outpatient lactation support assistance for new To direct the Louisiana Gaming Control Board to prospectively HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 36—
apply any rule changes affecting the issuance of key and non- To create a committee to evaluate and recommend potential sites for On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title a state park and other recreational activities in and around Pointe and referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.
Coupee Parish and to urge and request the office of state parksto study the feasibility of establishing a state park and other HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 35—
recreational activities at sites recommended by the committee and to report its findings to the legislature.
To authorize and request the House Committee on Insurance and the HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 43—
Senate Committee on Insurance to meet and function as a joint committee and study the issue of requiring health insurance coverage for outpatient lactation support assistance for new To commend the Girl Scouts of the USA on the ninetieth anniversary On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 44—
and referred to the Committee on Health and Welfare.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 36—
To endorse the Canine Good Citizen programs sponsored by the To create a committee to evaluate and recommend potential sites for HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 45—
a state park and other recreational activities in and around Pointe Coupee Parish and to urge and request the office of state parks to study the feasibility of establishing a state park and other To encourage the citizens of Louisiana to recognize the importance of recreational activities at sites recommended by the committee the principles of the Declaration of Independence.
and to report its findings to the legislature.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 46—
On motion of Senator Lambert, the resolution was read by title and referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.
To commend the coaches and members of the boys basketball team, girls golf team, boys golf team, and girls tennis team of Louisiana HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 43—
State University Laboratory High School for winning the Louisiana Class 2A state championships.
To commend the Girl Scouts of the USA on the ninetieth anniversary HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 47—
BY REPRESENTATIVES TRICHE, BALDONE, DOWNER, PITRE, ANDWOOTON The resolution was read by title. Senator Lambert moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
To commend Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Myron M. Fonseca upon being selected to take command of the 260 Quart ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: Senator Lambert in the Chair
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HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 45—
To encourage the citizens of Louisiana to recognize the importance of the principles of the Declaration of Independence.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Fontenot moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House Concurrent Resolution and ordered it returned to the House.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 44—
To endorse the Canine Good Citizen programs sponsored by the The resolution was read by title. Senator Thomas moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House Concurrent Resolution and ordered it returned to the House.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 46—
To commend the coaches and members of the boys basketball team, girls golf team, boys golf team, and girls tennis team of Louisiana State University Laboratory High School for winning the Louisiana Class 2A state championships.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Dardenne moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House Concurrent Resolution and ordered it returned to the House.
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The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House Concurrent Resolution and ordered it returned to the House.
Reports of Committees
The following reports of committees were received and read: REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON
REVENUE AND FISCAL AFFAIRS
Senator Barham, Chairman on behalf of the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs, submitted the following report: To the President and Members of the Senate: The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House I am directed by your Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Concurrent Resolution and ordered it returned to the House.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 47—
SENATE BILL NO. 58—
BY REPRESENTATIVES TRICHE, BALDONE, DOWNER, PITRE, AND To amend and reenact R.S. 47:603, relative to the corporation To commend Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Myron M. Fonseca franchise tax; to exclude from borrowed capital certain upon being selected to take command of the 260 Quart indebtedness of vehicle, boat, and equipment dealers; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
The resolution was read by title. Senator Dupre moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
SENATE BILL NO. 84—
ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: To enact R.S. 47:301(10)(v), relative to sales tax exclusions; to provide a sales tax exclusion for the purchase, sale, lease or rental of wireless telephone equipment; and to provide forrelated matters.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON
REVENUE AND FISCAL AFFAIRS
Senator Barham, Chairman on behalf of the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs, submitted the following report: To the President and Members of the Senate: I am directed by your Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs SENATE BILL NO. 53—
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HOUSE BILL NO. 149—
To enact R.S. 47:301(16)(h), (22) and (23); relative to state and local sales and use tax; to define tangible personal property to exclude To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.92(B) and 287.93(A) and to repeal certain digital broadcasting conversion equipment; to provide a R.S. 47:287.94(H) and (I) and 287.95(I), relative to income tax; tax credit for the purchase of certain equipment; to provide an to provide for segregation of items of gross income, computation effective date; and to provide for related matters.
of net allocable income from Louisiana sources, computation ofnet apportionable income for Louisiana sources, and determination of Louisiana apportionment percent; to providefor an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
HOUSE BILL NO. 143—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.86(I), relative to the corporation HOUSE BILL NO. 150—
income tax; to provide relative to the use of the net operating loss deduction after certain reorganizations; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.732(A) and to enact R.S.
47:287.732(C) and 287.732.1, relative to the state income tax liability of S corporations and qualified Subchapter S subsidiarycorporations; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for HOUSE BILL NO. 145—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:6006(A), 6006.1(A) and (B)(introductory paragraph), 6008(A), 6012(B), and 6014(B) and to enact R.S. 47:6006.1(B)(6) and 6014(C)(7), relative to certain tax credits; to clarify the tax credits that estates and trusts are allowed to receive; to provide for an effective date; andto provide for related matters.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON
EDUCATION
HOUSE BILL NO. 146—
Senator Theunissen, Chairman on behalf of the Committee on Education, submitted the following report: To repeal R.S. 47:633.1, relative to the severance tax; to repeal the special rate for gas sold under certain written agreements; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
To the President and Members of the Senate: I am directed by your Committee on Education to submit the HOUSE BILL NO. 147—
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 14—
To amend and reenact R.S. 26:345 and 347, relative to alcoholic BY REPRESENTATIVES TRICHE, E.ALEXANDER, CRANE, CROWE,HONEY, HUDSON, KENNARD KENNEY, NEVERS, PEYCHAUD, beverage taxes; to provide for tax credit or refund of taxes paid on certain unsaleable products of low alcoholic content; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
To urge and request the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop and implement an age and grade appropriate curriculum for diabetes awareness education and apolicy for school diabetes screenings in all city, parish, and HOUSE BILL NO. 148—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:1205(A), relative to the gift tax; to provide for an annual exclusion from the tax; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON
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SENATE AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
Amendments proposed by Senate Committee on Revenue and FiscalAffairs to Original Senate Bill No. 53 by Senator Romero Senator Ullo, Chairman on behalf of the Committee on Senate and Governmental Affairs, submitted the following report: AMENDMENT NO. 1On page 1, line 2, change "(h), (22), and (23)" to "(i), (24), and (25)" To the President and Members of the Senate: On page 1, line 8, change "(h), (22), and (23)" to "(i), (24), and (25)" I am directed by your Committee on Senate and Governmental On page 2, line 1, change "(h) The" to " (i)(i) For purposes of thesales and use tax of the state and its political subdivisions, the" SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 3—
On page 2, line 6, change "(22)" to "(24)" To amend and readopt Senate Rule Nos. 10.17(A) and (B) and 13.21 and to adopt Senate Rule No. 13.63(C) of the Rules of Order of the Senate, relative to the passage of legislative instruments in On page 3, line 16, change "(23)" to "(25)" the Senate; to provide for a committee report on legislativeinstruments; to provide for returning a legislative instrument to the calendar; to provide for the conference committee procedure On page 4, line 13, after "Communications" insert "Commission" regarding bills; and to provide for related matters.
On motion of Senator Barham, the committee amendment was adopted. The amended bill was read by title and ordered engrossedand passed to a third reading.
SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 6—
SENATE BILL NO. 58—
To amend and readopt Senate Rule Nos. 13.1(A)(2), and (F), and 13.4(2) of the Rules of Order of the Senate to establish the To amend and reenact R.S. 47:603, relative to the corporation Senate Committee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and franchise tax; to exclude from borrowed capital certain International Affairs; to provide for the subject matter indebtedness of vehicle, boat, and equipment dealers; to provide jurisdiction of the committee; and to provide for related matters.
for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
Reported with amendments by the Committee on Revenue and SENATE COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS
Amendments proposed by Senate Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Senate Bills and Joint Resolutions
Affairs to Original Senate Bill No. 58 by Senator Barham on Second Reading
Reported by Committees
AMENDMENT NO. 1On page 3, line 7, after "motor vehicle," insert "manufactured home, Senator Heitmeier asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules to take up at this time the following Senate Bills and JointResolutions just reported by Committees.
AMENDMENT NO. 2On page 3, line 9, after "motor vehicles," insert "manufactured SENATE BILL NO. 53—
To enact R.S. 47:301(16)(h), (22) and (23); relative to state and local On page 3, line 12, after "motor vehicle," insert "manufactured home, sales and use tax; to define tangible personal property to exclude certain digital broadcasting conversion equipment; to provide atax credit for the purchase of certain equipment; to provide an On motion of Senator Barham, the committee amendment was effective date; and to provide for related matters.
adopted. The amended bill was read by title and ordered engrossedand passed to a third reading.
Reported with amendments by the Committee on Revenue and SENATE COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS
7th DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
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SENATE BILL NO. 84—
To enact R.S. 47:301(10)(v), relative to sales tax exclusions; to (i) For purposes of the imposition of sales and use taxes
provide a sales tax exclusion for the purchase, sale, lease or imposed or levied by all taxing authorities in the state, in the
rental of wireless telephone equipment; and to provide for case of the sale or any other disposition by a dealer of any
cellular, PCS, or wireless telephone used in connection with
the sale or use of mobile telecommunications services, as

Reported by substitute by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal defined in R.S. 47:301(10)(v), the term "use" shall not include
Affairs. The bill was read by title; the committee substitute bill was the withdrawal, use, distribution, consumption, storage,
donation, or any other disposition of any such telephone by the
dealer.

SENATE BILL NO.
(Substitute for Senate Bill No. 84 by
Senator Ellington)
Section 2. The provisions of this Act are interpretative of R.S.
47:301(10), (13), and (18) and are intended to explain and clarify their original intent, notwithstanding the contrary interpretation given in To enact R.S. 47:301(10)(v), (13)(g), and (18)(i), relative to sales and "Calcasieu Parish School Board v. Mercury Cellular Telephone use taxes; to provide for the taxation of the sale or other Company", 2000-0318 (La. App. 3 Cir. 12/13/00), 773 So. 2d 914, disposition of certain tangible personal property by a dealer in writ denied, 2001-0126 (La. 3/16/01), 787 So. 2d 314, and all cases connection with the sale or use of mobile telecommunications consistent therewith. Therefore, the provisions of this Act shall be services; to provide for applicability of the Act to certain claims applicable to all claims existing or actions pending on its effective and actions; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for date and to all claims arising or actions filed on and after its effective date; provided that this Act shall not authorize or require a refund of Be it enacted by the Legislature of Louisiana: tax, penalty, interest, attorney fees or other charges related to such Section 1. R.S. 47:301(10)(v), (13)(g), and (18)(i) are hereby tax (1) voluntarily paid before the effective date of this Act or (2) paid because of a judgment which has become final and non- appealable before such effective date.
As used in this Chapter the following words, terms, and phrases Section 3. This Act shall become effective upon signature by the have the meaning ascribed to them in this Section, unless the context governor or, if not signed by the governor, upon expiration of the time for bills to become law without signature by the governor, as provided in Article III, Section 18 of the Constitution of Louisiana.
If vetoed by the governor and subsequently approved by the legislature, this Act shall become effective on the day following such (v) For purposes of the imposition of sales and use taxes
imposed or levied by all taxing authorities in the state, in the
case of the sale or other disposition by a dealer of any cellular,

On motion of Senator Barham, the committee substitute bill was PCS, or wireless telephone used in connection with the sale or
adopted and becomes Senate Bill No. 86 by Senator Ellington, use of mobile telecommunications services, the term "retail
substitute for Senate Bill No. 84 by Senator Ellington.
sale" or "sale at retail" shall mean and include the sale or any
other disposition of each telephone by the dealer to the

SENATE BILL NO. 86
(Substitute for Senate Bill No. 84
purchaser, but shall not mean or include the withdrawal, use,
by Senator Ellington)—
distribution, consumption, storage, donation, or any other
disposition of any such telephone. For purposes of this Section,
the term "mobile telecommunications services" shall have the
To enact R.S. 47:301(10)(v), (13)(g), and (18)(i), relative to sales and same meaning as that term has in R.S. 47:301(14)(i)(ii)(bb).
use taxes; to provide for the taxation of the sale or other disposition of certain tangible personal property by a dealer in connection with the sale or use of mobile telecommunications services; to provide for applicability of the Act to certain claims (g) For purposes of the imposition of sales and use taxes
and actions; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for imposed or levied by all taxing authorities in the state, in the
case of the retail sale by a dealer of any cellular, PCS, or
wireless telephone used in connection with the sale or use of

The bill was read by title; lies over under the rules.
mobile telecommunications services, as defined in R.S.
47:301(10)(v), the term "sales price" shall mean and include

Mr. President in the Chair
only the amount of money, if any, actually received by the
dealer from the purchaser for each such telephone, but shall not

House Bills and Joint Resolutions
include (i) any amount received by the dealer from the
purchaser for providing mobile telecommunications services,

on Second Reading
and (ii) any commissions, fees, rebates, or other amounts
Reported by Committees
received by the dealer from any source other than the purchaser
as a result of or in connection with the sale of the telephone.

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Senator Barham asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules HOUSE BILL NO. 148—
to take up at this time the following House Bills and Joint Resolutions just reported by Committees.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:1205(A), relative to the gift tax; to HOUSE BILL NO. 143—
provide for an annual exclusion from the tax; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.86(I), relative to the corporation Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal income tax; to provide relative to the use of the net operating Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the loss deduction after certain reorganizations; to provide for an Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the Legislative effective date; and to provide for related matters.
Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal HOUSE BILL NO. 149—
Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the Legislative To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.92(B) and 287.93(A) and to repeal R.S. 47:287.94(H) and (I) and 287.95(I), relative to income tax; HOUSE BILL NO. 145—
to provide for segregation of items of gross income, computation of net allocable income from Louisiana sources, computation of net apportionable income for Louisiana sources, and To amend and reenact R.S. 47:6006(A), 6006.1(A) and determination of Louisiana apportionment percent; to provide (B)(introductory paragraph), 6008(A), 6012(B), and 6014(B) for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
and to enact R.S. 47:6006.1(B)(6) and 6014(C)(7), relative tocertain tax credits; to clarify the tax credits that estates and Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal trusts are allowed to receive; to provide for an effective date; and Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the LegislativeBureau.
Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the HOUSE BILL NO. 150—
Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the Legislative To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.732(A) and to enact R.S.
HOUSE BILL NO. 146—
47:287.732(C) and 287.732.1, relative to the state income tax liability of S corporations and qualified Subchapter S subsidiary corporations; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for To repeal R.S. 47:633.1, relative to the severance tax; to repeal the special rate for gas sold under certain written agreements; toprovide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the Legislative Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the LegislativeBureau.
Rules Suspended
HOUSE BILL NO. 147—
Senator Schedler asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules for the purpose of recalling Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 22 from the Committee on Transportation, Highways, and Public To amend and reenact R.S. 26:345 and 347, relative to alcoholic beverage taxes; to provide for tax credit or refund of taxes paidon certain unsaleable products of low alcoholic content; to SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 22—
provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
Reported favorably by the Committee on Revenue and Fiscal To urge and request the Department of Transportation and Affairs. Under the provisions of Joint Rule No. 3 of the Rules of the Development to erect commemorative signs along the West Senate, the bill was read by title and referred to the Legislative The resolution was read by title. Senator Schedler moved to adopt the Senate Concurrent Resolution.
7th DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
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ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had concurred in the House Concurrent Resolution, and ordered it returned to the House.
Senate Bills and Joint Resolutions on
Third Reading
and Final Passage
The following Senate Bills and Joint Resolutions on third reading and final passage were taken up and acted upon as follows: SENATE BILL NO. 11—
The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution, and ordered it sent to the House.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:305.14(A), relative to sales tax; to Rules Suspended
provide for an exemption to the state and political subdivisionssales and use tax for nonprofit organizations; to provide for an Senator Schedler asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules exemption from such taxes for nonprofit literacy organizations; for the purpose of recalling House Concurrent Resolution No. 8 from to provide for certain definitions; and to provide for related the Committee on Health and Welfare.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 8—
Floor Amendments Sent Up
Senator Lambert sent up floor amendments which were read.
To memorialize the United States Congress to assist the Federal Trade Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, and the SENATE FLOOR AMENDMENTS
U.S. Department of Agriculture in addressing the potentialhuman health risks associated with chloramphenicol residues Amendments proposed by Senator Lambert on behalf of the found in crawfish, shrimp, and prawns imported from China.
Legislative Bureau to Engrossed Senate Bill No. 11 by Senator Hines The resolution was read by title. Senator Schedler moved to concur in the House Concurrent Resolution.
On page 1, line 2, following "To" and before "R.S." change "amendand reenact" to "enact" ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: On page 1, line 2, following "47:305.14(A)" and before ", relative"insert "(5)" On page 1, line 8, following "47:305.14(A)" and before "is" insert Page 18 SENATE
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On page 1, line 8, following "hereby" and before "to" change ROLL CALL
"amended and reenacted" to "enacted" The roll was called with the following result: On motion of Senator Lambert, the amendments were adopted.
The bill was read by title. Senator Hines moved final passage of ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the bill was passed. The title was read and adopted. Senator Lentini moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed and laid the motion on the table.
SENATE BILL NO. 70—
BY SENATORS LENTINI, BARHAM, CAIN, DUPRE, HEITMEIER, HOYT,MCPHERSON, MOUNT, SCHEDLER, SMITH, THEUNISSEN, THOMAS, BEAN, GAUTREAUX AND ROMERO AND REPRESENTATIVES ALARIO,BALDONE, CURTIS, DAMICO, DANIEL, DARTEZ, DIEZ, DOWNER, The Chair declared the amended bill was passed. The title was DURAND, FARRAR, FLAVIN, FUTRELL, GUILLORY, HEATON, L.
JACKSON, JOHNS, LANDRIEU, MONTGOMERY, ODINET, PITRE, RIDDLE, read and adopted. Senator Hines moved to reconsider the vote by STELLY, STRAIN, TOWNSEND, TUCKER, WINSTON, WOOTON, FRUGE, which the bill was passed and laid the motion on the table.
SENATE BILL NO. 62—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:305.1(C) and to enact R.S.
BY SENATORS LENTINI, BARHAM, CAIN, DUPRE, HEITMEIER, HOYT, 47:305.1(D), relative to exclusions and exemptions from state MCPHERSON, MOUNT, ROMERO, SCHEDLER, SMITH, THEUNISSEN, and local sales and use tax for ships and ships' supplies; to THOMAS, BEAN AND GAUTREAUX AND REPRESENTATIVES ALARIO, provide for an exemption for certain shipbuilding materials, BALDONE, CURTIS, DAMICO, DANIEL, DARTEZ, DIEZ, DOWNER,DURAND, FARRAR, FLAVIN, FUTRELL, GUILLORY, HEATON, L.
equipment, and machinery from such tax; to define "foreign or JACKSON, JOHNS, LANDRIEU, MONTGOMERY, ODINET, PITRE, RIDDLE, interstate coastwise commerce" with respect to the exemption STELLY, STRAIN, TOWNSEND, TUCKER, WINSTON, WOOTON, FRUGE,POWELL, JACK SMITH AND WALSWORTH provided for certain owners and operators of ships or vessels operating in such commerce; and to provide for related matters.
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:305.1(C) and to enact R.S.
47:305.1(D), relative to sales and use tax as it applies to ships Floor Amendments Sent Up
and ships' supplies; to define "foreign or interstate coastwisecommerce" with respect to the exemption provided for certain Senator Lentini sent up floor amendments which were read.
owners and operators of ships or vessels operating in suchcommerce; and to provide for related matters.
SENATE FLOOR AMENDMENTS
The bill was read by title. Senator Lentini moved the final Amendments proposed by Senator Lentini to Engrossed Senate Bill AMENDMENT NO. 1On page 4, line 8, delete "R.S. 47:305.1(D) as enacted in" 7th DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
Page 19 SENATE
On motion of Senator Lentini, the amendments were adopted.
ROLL CALL
The bill was read by title. Senator Lentini moved final passage The roll was called with the following result: ROLL CALL
The roll was called with the following result: The Chair declared the Senate had adopted the Senate Concurrent Resolution and ordered it sent to the House.
Privilege Report of the
Legislative Bureau
The Chair declared the amended bill was passed. The title was read and adopted. Senator Lentini moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed and laid the motion on the table.
To the President and Members of the Senate: Rules Suspended
I am directed by your Legislative Bureau to submit the following Senator Ullo asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules for the purpose of reverting to the Morning Hour.
The following bills are approved as to construction and Introduction of
Senate Concurrent Resolutions
HOUSE BILL NO. 143—
Senator Lambert asked for and obtained a suspension of the rules for the purpose of introducing and reading the following Senate To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.86(I), relative to the corporation Concurrent Resolutions a first and second time and acting upon them income tax; to provide relative to the use of the net operating loss deduction after certain reorganizations; to provide for aneffective date; and to provide for related matters.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 36—
BY SENATOR HINES AND REPRESENTATIVE R. ALEXANDER To proclaim May 28, 2002, as "American Cancer Society Relay For HOUSE BILL NO. 145—
The resolution was read by title. Senator Hines moved to adopt To amend and reenact R.S. 47:6006(A), 6006.1(A) and (B)(introductory paragraph), 6008(A), 6012(B), and 6014(B)and to enact R.S. 47:6006.1(B)(6) and 6014(C)(7), relative to Page 20 SENATE
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certain tax credits; to clarify the tax credits that estates and On motion of Senator Lambert, the Bills and Joint Resolutions trusts are allowed to receive; to provide for an effective date; and were read by title and passed to a third reading.
Message from the House
SIGNED HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE BILL NO. 146—
To repeal R.S. 47:633.1, relative to the severance tax; to repeal the To the Honorable President and Members of the Senate: special rate for gas sold under certain written agreements; toprovide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed the following House HOUSE BILL NO. 147—
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 38—
To amend and reenact R.S. 26:345 and 347, relative to alcoholic To honor the foster parents of the year 2002 in each region and to beverage taxes; to provide for tax credit or refund of taxes paid express the appreciation of the legislature for their valuable on certain unsaleable products of low alcoholic content; to contribution to strengthen family life in Louisiana.
provide for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 40—
HOUSE BILL NO. 148—
To recognize the contributions of direct support professionals to the health and care of the developmentally disabled citizens of this state and to designate May 16, 2002, as Direct Support To amend and reenact R.S. 47:1205(A), relative to the gift tax; to Professionals Appreciation Day at the legislature.
provide for an annual exclusion from the tax; to provide for aneffective date; and to provide for related matters.
and asked that the President of the Senate affix his signature to thesame.
HOUSE BILL NO. 149—
To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.92(B) and 287.93(A) and to repeal R.S. 47:287.94(H) and (I) and 287.95(I), relative to income tax; The House Concurrent Resolutions contained herein were signed to provide for segregation of items of gross income, computation of net allocable income from Louisiana sources, computation ofnet apportionable income for Louisiana sources, and Privilege Report of the Committee on
determination of Louisiana apportionment percent; to provide Senate and Governmental Affairs
for an effective date; and to provide for related matters.
ENROLLMENTS
Senator Ullo, Chairman on behalf of the Committee on Senate HOUSE BILL NO. 150—
and Governmental Affairs, submitted the following report: To amend and reenact R.S. 47:287.732(A) and to enact R.S.
47:287.732(C) and 287.732.1, relative to the state income tax To the President and Members of the Senate: liability of S corporations and qualified Subchapter S subsidiarycorporations; to provide for an effective date; and to provide for I am directed by your Committee on Senate and Governmental The following Senate Concurrent Resolutions have been Adoption of Legislative Bureau Report
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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 13—
The President of the Senate declared the Senate adjourned until BY SENATORS GAUTREAUX, CHAISSON, DUPRE, HOLLIS, LAMBERT, 4:00 o'clock P.M. on Thursday, May 23, 2002.
MARIONNEAUX, MCPHERSON, ROMERO, SMITH, BAJOIE, BARHAM,BEAN, BOISSIERE, CRAVINS, DARDENNE, ELLINGTON, FONTENOT,HINES, HOLDEN, HOYT, B. JONES, MALONE, MOUNT, SCHEDLER, DOWNER, DURAND, FUTRELL, KENNARD, LAFLEUR, TRICHE, ANDTHOMPSON To urge and request the commissioner of agriculture to require that all shrimp and crawfish meet U.S. Food and Drug Administrationstandards regarding chloramphenicol prior to sale in Louisiana.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 15—
BY SENATOR HINES AND REPRESENTATIVE RIDDLE To commend St. Anthony School BETA Club on placing first in the Group Talent competition at the 2002 State BETA Convention.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 16—
To memorialize the Congress of the United States to impose a quota SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 18—
BY SENATOR HOLDEN AND REPRESENTATIVE HONEY To commend K. J. Choi on being the first South Korean golfer to win SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 19—
BY SENATOR HOLDEN AND REPRESENTATIVE HONEY To recognize and commend the Southern University women's basketball team for an outstanding season and for capturing theSouthwestern Athletic Conference championship.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 21—
BY SENATOR HEITMEIER AND REPRESENTATIVE TUCKER To urge and request the governor of the state of Louisiana to continue to work with private investors and the Millennium PortAuthority and to make the development and construction of themillennium port a priority for his administration during theremainder of his term of office.
The foregoing Senate Concurrent Resolutions were signed by the Leaves of Absence
The following leaves of absence were asked for and granted: Adjournment
Senator Lambert moved that the Senate adjourn until Thursday,

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