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Members of the Saline County Tea Party, Faulkner County Tea Party, Arkansas Tea Party and other conservative activist precided over the 1st defeat of the funding for the Arkansas Obamacare "private" option. HB1219 would have appropriated funds to the departments implementing HB1143, the private option deal for Obamacare. The bill fell by 6 votes. Here is a link to the vote on HB1219. 69 yeas 28 neas 2 not voting 1 present. http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2013/2013R/Pages/Votes.aspx?rcsnum=1764&votechamber=House
Rep. Scott Randolph (D-Orlando) speaking on HB 1219 (Regulation of State Lands and Oil and Gas Resources).
Committee on Workplace Development hears HB 1219. Taylor is avidly against the measure.
The House today voted to streamline the background check process for public safety job applicants. According to supporters of House Bill 513, it will save time and money for the GBI and local law enforcement agencies. HB 513 passed 161 to zero and moves to the Senate. The House also decided to align parking permit standards for disabled persons to national standards. House Bill 1217 also extends the renewal period from two to four years for disability decals. The House today voted to extend the annual Back-to-School sales tax holiday to include energy efficient appliances. Bill sponsor, Representative Lynn Smith expects House Bill 1219 to generate over 11 million dollars in state revenue and over 8 million for local jurisdictions. HB 1219 passed without opposition. The Senate passed a bill today that expands a judges' maximum sentencing options when it comes to dealing with juveniles under 13 years old who commit murder. Senate Bill 522, known as Amy's law was drafted last year in response to a 12 year-old being suspected for the murder of an eight year-old girl named Amy Yates. Current law allows a judge to sentence a child under 13 who steals a car to a longer sentence than one who commits murder. Students, parents, and legislators rallied outside the Capitol today for the Time for Schools Act which would allow parents time off from work to attend events at their children's school. Lawmakers' Katie Eubanks has this story.
HB1219, the funding for the Arkansas Obamacare "private" option, was debated before the Arkansas House. HB1219 would appropriate funds to the departments implementing HB1143, the private option deal for Obamacare. The bill had failed yesterday in the House by 6 votes. Members of the Saline County Tea Party, Faulkner County Tea Party, Arkansas Tea Party and other conservative activist were unable to overcome special interest, overpaid lobbyist, Governor Beebe, & the Federal Government during the 2nd vote on the funding for the Arkansas Obamacare "private" option. The bill now goes before the Arkansas Senate. A much better bill that deals with Medicaid, was ignored by supporters of the Private Option: http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2013/2013R/Pages/BillInformation.aspx?measureno=hb1965
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A deeper look at HB1219 and SB592 that is going through the houses of Missouri General Assembly.