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You thought you had a busy day tomorrow? Click below the fold to see tomorrow’s Senate calendar.

Yikes. We might just need to get the interns coffee instead of beer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SR 124

Senate Calendar for Thursday, April 19, 2007

The 39th Legislative Day

The Senate Convenes at 10 AM

 

 

U.S. Congress; urged to withdraw from the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

Senate Rules Committee

Sen. Nancy Schaefer (R-Turnerville)

 

SR 446

U.S. Representative Charles Whitlow Norwood, Jr. D.D.S; honoring lifetime achievements

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. Jim Whitehead (R-Evans)

 

HB 16

Public employees; fraud, waste, abuse in state operations; change definitions

Senate Ethics Committee

Sen. Renee Unterman (R-Buford)/Rep. Golick-34th

 

HB 48

Georgia State Indemnification Fund; definitions; change terms

By Substitute

Senate Appropriations Committee

Sen. Jack Hill (R-Reidsville)/Rep. Chambers-81st 

 

HB 69

Driver’s records; online; Department of Driver Services; charging fee; prohibit

Amendment

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security

Sen. Mitch Seabaugh (R-Sharpsburg)/Rep. Franklin-43rd

 

HB 78

Bona fide conservation use property; additional acts; provisions

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. John Bulloch (R-Ochlocknee)/Rep. Royal-171st

 

HB 100

Shrimp and shrimping; revise various provisions

Senate Natural Resources and the Environment

Sen. Eric Johnson (R-Savannah)/Rep. Hill-180th

 

HB 109

County and municipality; consolidation; provisions

By Substitute

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations

Sen. Greg Goggans (R-Douglas)/Rep. Black-174th

 

HB 118

Brunswick and Cobb Judicial Circuits; additional superior courts judge; provide

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations

Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw)/Rep. Ehrhart-36th

 

HB 156

Human Resources, Department of; child support collections fees; authorize 

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sen. Seth Harp (R-Midland)/Rep. Willard-49th

 

HB 177

Historic sites; initial investigation; state archeologist; notice; require

Senate Natural Resources and the Environment Committee

Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)/Rep. Scott-2nd

 

HB 214

Jekyll Island – State Park Authority; renewal of property lease; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Natural Resources and the Environment

Sen. Ross Tolleson (R-Perry)/Rep. Barnard-166th

 

HB 229

Education lottery; book allowances; fee payments; impose certain limitations

By Substitute

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. Seth Harp (R-Midland)/Rep. Harbin-118th

HB 311

Georgia HERO Scholarship; qualifying term of service; change definition

By Substitute

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. John Douglas (R-Social Circle)/Rep. Fleming-117th

 

HB 318

Public Retirement Systems Investment Authority Law; change certain provisions

Senate Retirement Committee

Sen. Jack Murphy (R-Cumming)/Rep. Benton-31st

 

HB 332

Quality Basic Education Act; certain maximum class size requirements; delay implementation

By Substitute

Senate Education and Youth Committee

Sen. Dan Weber (R-Dunwoody)/Rep. Coleman-97th

 

HB 363

HOPE grants; eligibility requirements; Georgia Military College students; provide

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. Johnny Grant (R-Milledgeville)Rep. O`Neal-146th

 

HB 369

Domestic relations; child custody proceedings; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sen. Seth Harp (R-Midland)Rep. Rice-51st

 

HB 408

Insolvency funds exclusion; certain companies; provide exception

Senate Insurance and Labor Committee

Sen. Jack Murphy (R-Cumming)/Rep. Knox-24th 

 

HB 433

Meat and dairy processing plants; licenses; change certain provisions

Senate Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Committee

Sen. Lee Hawkins (R-Gainesville)/Rep. Sellier-136th

 

HB 448

Retirement; term life insurance; certain eligible persons; establish two funds 

By Substitute

Senate Retirement Committee

Sen. Bill Heath (R-Bremen)/Rep. Bridges-10th

 

HB 463

Soil erosion and sedimentation; exemptions; change certain provisions

By Substitute

Senate Natural Resources and the Environment Committee

Sen. John Bulloch (R-Ochlocknee)/Rep. McCall-30th

 

HB 467

University system; international baccalaureate diploma program; provide course credit

By Substitute

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. Seth Harp (R-Midland)/Rep. Hembree-67th

 

HB 471

Local government; privately constructed water systems; requiring ownership transfer; prohibit

Senate Natural Resources and Environment Committee

Sen. John Bulloch (R-Ochlocknee)/Rep. Stephens-164th

 

HB 487

Elections; primaries; voting; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Ethics Committee

Sen. Eric Johnson (R-Savannah)/Rep. Scott-153rd

 

HB 510

Boating safety zones; Lake Oconee; certain vessels; change certain provisions

By Substitute

Senate Natural Resources and Environment committee

Sen. Ross Tolleson (R-Perry)/Rep. Channell-116th

 

HB 518

Motor vehicles; commercial motor vehicle; define; license plates; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee

Sen. Jim Whitehead (R-Evans)/Rep. Rice-51st

 

HB 549

Children with disabilities; basic therapy services; establish requirements

By Substitute

Senate Appropriations Committee

Sen. Dan Moody (R-John’s Creek)/Rep. Burkhalter-50th

 

HB 586

Alternative attorneys; capital cases; counsel appointment and fees; change matters

By Substitute

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw)/Rep. Ralston-7th

 

HB 655

Georgia Commission on Hearing Impaired and Deaf Persons; create\

By Substitute

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-Athens)/Rep. Smith-113th 

 

 

HB 2

Fair Annexation Act; enact

By Substitute

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations

Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)/Rep. Holt-112th

 

HB 181

Public safety and judicial facilities authorities; bond indebtedness; provide limitations

By Substitute

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations

Sen. Dan Weber (R-Dunwoody)/Rep. Jacobs-80th

 

HB 286

Controlled substances; Schedule II and V; change certain provisions

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Sen. Doug Stoner (D-Smyrna)/Rep. Stephens-164th

 

HB 314

Persons convicted of certain sex offenses; probation; DNA analysis; provide

By Substitute

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee

Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)/Rep. Neal-1st

 

HB 321

Bona fide conservation use property; assessment; change certain eligibility requirements

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. Chip Pearson (R-Dawsonville)/Rep. Royal-171st

 

HB 354

Local government; homeowner tax relief grant notification; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. Bill Heath (R-Bremen)/Rep. O`Neal-146th

 

HB 380

Tax collectors and commissioners; bill or notice mailing; change certain provisions

By Substitute

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock)/Rep. Hill-21st

 

HB 391

Cemeterians State Board; members qualifications; change certain provisions

By Substitute

Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee

Sen. Judson Hill (R-Marietta)/Rep. Rogers-26th

 

HB 419

Commercial drivers’ licenses; definitions; issuance; provisions

By Substitute

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security

Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)/Rep. Floyd-147th

 

HB 457

Revenue, Department of; special license plates; process all applications; provisions

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee

Sen. Jim Whitehead (R-Evans)/Rep. Rice-51st

 

HB 486

County tax commissioners; compensation; additional duties; change certain provisions

By Substitute

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations Committee

Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw)/Rep. Willard-49th

 

HB 505

Human Resources, Department of; adult day centers; licensure; authorize charge fees

By Substitute

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. Judson Hill (R-Marietta)/Rep. Butler-18th

 

HB 519

Counties and municipal corporations; taxicabs; provisions

Senate State and Local Governmental Operations

Senate Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)/Rep. Geisinger-48th

 

HB 527

Probation; private supervision services; minimum fee; establish

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee

Sen. Jack Murphy (R-Cumming)/Rep. Horne-71st

 

HB 626

Physicians; retired; continuing education hours; provisions

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Rep. Graves-12th

 

HB 648

Long-term care insurance; changes to certain definitions; provide

Senate Industry and Labor Committee

Rep. Knox-24th

 

 

 Senate Consent Calendar

Study Committees

 

 

SR 66

Shortage of Doctors and Nurses; Senate Study Committee; create

Senate Health and Human Services

Sen. Cecil Staton (R-Macon)

 

SR 280

Property Rights Relating to Reproductive/Genetic Technology; create Senate study committee

By Substitute

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sen. Eric Johnson (R-Savannah)

 

SR 340

Senate Study Committee; State Boards, Commissions, Authorities, Councils, and Committees; create

Senate Rules Committee

Sen. Dan Moody (R-John’s Creek)

 

SR 385

Georgia Advance Directives Registry; create senate study committee 

By Substitute

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Sen. Nan Orrock (R-Atlanta)

 

SR 403

EMS Recruitment, Retention, and Retirement; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee

Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga)

 

SR 426

Quality of Child Care in Georgia; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Education and Youth Committee

Sen. Dan Weber (R-Dunwoody)

 

SR 445

Joint Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Minors Study Commission; create

(S JUDY-45th)

 

SR 471

Property and Casualty Rate Regulation; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Insurance and Labor Committee

Sen. Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock)

 

SR 480

Increasing Cargo Capacity at Georgia Ports; create Senate study committee

Senate Economic Development Committee

Sen. Joseph Carter (R-Tifton)

 

SR 482

Senate Communications Taxes and Fees Study Committee; create

By Substitute

Senate Finance Committee

Sen. Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock)

 

SR 487

Teacher Complaint/Grievance Procedure; create Senate Study Committee

By Substitute

Senate Education and Youth Committee

Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw)

 

SR 517

Childhood Obesity in Georgia; create Senate Study Committee

By Substitute

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Sen. Don Thomas (R-Dalton)

 

SR 555

Hate Crime Legislation; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-Athens)

 

SR 593

Brain Fingerprinting Technology; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Science and Technology Committee

Sen. Jim Whitehead (R-Evans)

 

SR 619

Prescription Drugs; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Insurance and Labor Committee

Sen. Jack Murphy (R-Cumming)

 

SR 637

Health Care Transformation; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Sen. Judson Hill (R-Marietta)

 

SR 653

Tobacco Tax Evasion; create Senate Study Committee

Senate Rules Committee

Sen. Bill Hamrick (R-Carrollton)

 

HR 322

Joint Study Committee on Continuing Education and Collegiate Sports Programs for Students with Disabilities; create

Senate Higher Education Committee

Sen. John Wiles (R-Kennesaw)/Rep. Harbin-118th

 

HR 351

Joint Study Committee on Fulton County; create

By Substitute

Senate State and Local Government Committee

Sen. Kasim Reed (D-Atlanta)/Rep.  Lindsey-54th

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

FOR

COMMEMORATIVE RESOLUTIONS

  

HR 171

Cason and Virginia Callaway Conservation Highway; dedicate portions of SR 116 (Substitute)(TRANS-53rd) Smith-129th

 

HR 201

Georgia’s High Tech Corridor; certain portion; remove designation (TRANS-20th) Lane-167th

 

HR 524

Gerald Dasher Memorial State Farmers’ Market; dedicate (SI&P-4th) Barnard-166th

 

 

 

SENATE CONSENT CALENDAR FOR RESOLUTIONS

 EXPRESSING THE WILL OF THE SENATE

 

SR 386

Human Resources, Dept.; urged to establish a uniform format among hospital forms; mandate use in all Georgia hospitals

(Substitute)(H&HS-36th)

 

SR 483

Georgia’s Public Schools; encouraging the effective teaching of social studies (ED&Y-29th)

 

SR 646

President/U.S. Congress urged to adopt/implement federal immigration/border security plan (RULES-51st)

 

SR 650

Community Health, Dept. of; urged to develop/establish educational programs regarding diabetes (RULES-9th)

6 comments

  1. gmcdaniel85 says:

    Erick, coffee would be good. So would pizza. Maybe some Vault and Red Bull… For that matter, send sleeping bags and cots too… it is going to be a long two days. 🙂 But hey, this is where politics gets “interesting…”

    Y’all should have stopped by and introduced yourselves yesterday during the tour.

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