Amendments for HB20-1414

House Journal, June 5
4 HB20-1414 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
5 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
6 recommendation:
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8 Amend printed bill, page 4, line 6, after "AMENDED;" insert "OR".
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704 10 Page 4, strike lines 8 through 10 and substitute "SECTION 24-33.5-
11 (4).".
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House Journal, June 9
37 Amend engrossed bill, page 3, after line 15 insert:
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39 "(3) A PRICE SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED UNREASONABLY
40 EXCESSIVE IF THE SELLER CAN PROVE THAT, DUE TO THE EVENTS THAT
41 GAVE RISE TO THE DISASTER DECLARATION, THE PRICE CHARGED BY THE
42 SELLER IS DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO ADDITIONAL COSTS IMPOSED BY
43 THE SELLER'S SUPPLIER OR SUPPLIERS OR OTHER DIRECT COSTS OF
44 PROVIDING THE GOOD OR SERVICE SOLD OR OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE
45 SELLER.".
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47 Renumber succeeding subsections accordingly.
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49 The amendment was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
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51 YES 61 NO 0 EXCUSED 4 ABSENT
52 Arndt Y Exum E Larson Y Singer Y
53 Baisley Y Froelich Y Liston Y Sirota Y
54 Benavidez Y Garnett Y Lontine Y Snyder Y
55 Bird Y Geitner Y McCluskie Y Soper Y
1 Bockenfeld Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
2 Buck Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
3 Buckner Y Herod Y Melton E Titone Y
4 Buentello Y Holtorf Y Michaelson Jenet Y Valdez A. Y
5 Caraveo Y Hooton E Mullica Y Valdez D. Y
6 Carver Y Humphrey Y Neville Y Van Winkle Y
7 Catlin Y Jackson Y Pelton Y Weissman Y
8 Champion Y Jaquez Lewis Y Ransom Y Will Y
9 Coleman Y Kennedy Y Rich Y Williams D. Y
10 Cutter Y Kipp Y Roberts Y Wilson Y
11 Duran Y Kraft-Tharp E Saine Y Woodrow Y
12 Esgar Y Landgraf Y Sandridge Y Young Y
13 Speaker Y
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15 The question being, "Shall the bill, as amended, pass?".
16 A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a
17 majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and the
18 bill, as amended, was declared passed.
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20 YES 39 NO 23 EXCUSED 3 ABSENT
21 Arndt Y Exum E Larson N Singer Y
22 Baisley N Froelich Y Liston N Sirota Y
23 Benavidez Y Garnett Y Lontine Y Snyder Y
24 Bird Y Geitner N McCluskie Y Soper N
25 Bockenfeld N Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean N Sullivan Y
26 Buck N Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
27 Buckner Y Herod Y Melton E Titone Y
28 Buentello Y Holtorf N Michaelson Jenet Y Valdez A. Y
29 Caraveo Y Hooton Y Mullica Y Valdez D. Y
30 Carver N Humphrey N Neville N Van Winkle Y
31 Catlin N Jackson Y Pelton N Weissman Y
32 Champion N Jaquez Lewis Y Ransom N Will N
33 Coleman Y Kennedy Y Rich N Williams D. N
34 Cutter Y Kipp Y Roberts Y Wilson N
35 Duran Y Kraft-Tharp E Saine N Woodrow Y
36 Esgar Y Landgraf N Sandridge N Young Y
37 Speaker Y
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Senate Journal, June 10
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that HB20-1414 be
amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with
favorable recommendation.

Amend reengrossed bill, page 4, strike lines 16 through 27.

Page 5, strike line 1 and substitute:

"(f) "DISASTER PERIOD" MEANS THE DATE A DISASTER
DECLARATION BEGINS AND CONTINUING FOR ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE THE DISASTER DECLARATION BEGINS.".

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