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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 49 th Oklahoma Legislature Second Session – 2004 OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION From: Carolyn McCoy & Ben Hardcastle Friday, May 28, 2004 Highlights this Week: We’ve added 15 bills to our update this week. More bills may be added next week after we’ve had a chance to review all of the conference committee substitutes. The bills that did not make it out of committee this week will be deleted next week. Note: This Legislative Update contains primarily legislative information updated through yes- terday, Thursday, May 27. A more complete report will be available next week. Text of Bills: To review a text of any bill, go to: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/docs/billtext.html Status of Bills: To find the current status of any bill, go to: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/ Upcoming Legislative Deadlines: June 12, 2004 ........................................................................ Deadline for Governor’s Action on Bills If you are unable to print copies of the bills in this report, please contact Carolyn McCoy at (405) 225-1965 or e-mail her at cmccoy@osrhe.edu .
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  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 49th Oklahoma Legislature

    Second Session – 2004

    OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

    From: Carolyn McCoy & Ben Hardcastle

    Friday, May 28, 2004 Highlights this Week: We’ve added 15 bills to our update this week. More bills may be added next week after we’ve had a chance to review all of the conference committee substitutes. The bills that did not make it out of committee this week will be deleted next week. Note: This Legislative Update contains primarily legislative information updated through yes-terday, Thursday, May 27. A more complete report will be available next week. Text of Bills: To review a text of any bill, go to: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/docs/billtext.html Status of Bills: To find the current status of any bill, go to: http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/ Upcoming Legislative Deadlines: June 12, 2004 ........................................................................ Deadline for Governor’s Action on Bills If you are unable to print copies of the bills in this report, please contact Carolyn McCoy at (405) 225-1965 or e-mail her at cmccoy@osrhe.edu.

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  • INDEX BILLS OF INTEREST TO HIGHER EDUCATION

    Academic Performance Index, SB 713 Accountancy Act, SB 1488 Administrative Rules, SB 889, HB 1018, HCR 1080 Advancement of Hispanic Students in Higher Education Task Force, HB 2145 Agriculture Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, SB 1233 Alcohol and drug counselors, HB 2464 Animal feeding operations, SB 1233, HB 2217 Appropriations Agriculture Department for OSU programs, HB 2054, HB 2055 Commerce Department for Small Rural Manufacturer Program at Oklahoma State University,

    SEOSU Small Business Development, and Bid Assistance Program OSU/CATT, SB 1017

    Cooperative Extension Services, SB 923 Endowed chairs, HB 1904 General, SB 1069, HB 2007, HB 2012 Health Department for contractual services with Oklahoma State University and the University

    of Oklahoma, HB 2042 OETA, SB 913, SB 914, SB 1069, HB 2007, HB 2014, HB 2015 Office of Accountability, HB 2007 Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), SB 931, SB

    932, HB 2007 Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), HB 2007 Oklahoma Tuition Equalization Grant Trust, SB 923 Physician Manpower Training Commission, SB 915, SB 916, SB 1069, HB 2007, HB 2016,

    HB 2017 State Department of Education for teacher salaries, teacher retirement credit, Summer Arts In-

    stitute, Education Leadership Oklahoma, the Vision Project, scholarships to Great Ex-pectations Summer Institutes for Teachers, National Assessment of Educational Pro-gress participation, Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education, HB 2012

    State Regents, SB 923, SB 1069, SB 1083, HB 1904, HB 1991, HB 2007 Teacher Preparation Commission, SB 919, SB 920, SB 1069, HB 2007, HB 2020, HB 2021 Tourism for Summer Arts Institute and Jazz Hall of Fame, HB 2070 University Hospitals Authority, SB 981, SB 982, SB 1069, SB 1086, HB 1990, HB 2007 Architectural Act Task Force, HB 2095 Art in Public Places, SB 924, SB 1347 Asbestos abatement, SB 1025 Attorney representation for state employee, SB 1152 Audiologists, SB 1207, SB 1263 Audits, performance, HB 1577 Bailey, Mike, Association of Community College Trustees Award, HCR 1085 Beef Improvement and Market Development Act, SB 1300, HB 2620 Bellmon, Henry and Shirley, Oklahoma History Center Park, SCR 44 Breastfeeding, SCR 36, HB 2102 Budget preparation, HB 1995 Cameron University

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  • Duncan branch campus, HB 2624 Revenue bonds, SCR 39 Cancer center bond fund, HB 2660 Capital improvements, SB 1079, HJR 1039 Capitol Improvement Authority, HB 2002 Career and Technology Education Board, SB 1112, HB 2391 Certified School Professional Nurse Staff Task Force, HB 2095 Charitable Contribution Act, SB 1385 Charter Schools, SB 713 Child abuse examiner training, HB 2375 Child care facilities, SB 1111 Child support, SB 1600, SCR 62, HB 2527 Chiropractic license requirements, HB 2724 Cigarette tax, See Comprehensive Cancer Center Bond Fund Common education funding, SB 1128 Comprehensive Cancer Center Bond Fund, HB 2660 Concentrated animal feeding operations, SB 1233, HB 2217, HB 2623 Connors State College revenue bonds, SCR 71 Cord blood donations advisory council, HB 2306 Curriculum, SB 1627 Direct deposit, SB 1580 Dyslexia, SB 1456 East Central University revenue bonds, HCR 1068 Economic development, SJR 54, HB 1894, HB 2135, HB 2219, HB 2288, HB 2373, HB 2607 Education Leadership Oklahoma, SB 1534 Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Advisory Council, HB 2197 Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Task Force, HB 2095 Electronic commerce, HB 2095, HB 2247 Emergency preparedness, HB 2280 Employee Advocacy Rights Act, SB 1105 Employee benefits, SB 1388 Employee information, HB 2488 Employment application, SB 601 Employment security, SB 1288 Endowed chairs, HB 1904 Ethics, SB 868 Family Wealth Preservation Trust Act, HB 2135 Farrington, Teresa, SCR 37, SCR 53 Firearms, HB 2122 Firefighter training, HB 2372 Flexible benefits for certified personnel, SB 1106 4-H Day, HCR 1062 Fuel Cell Initiative Task Force, HB 2351 Gaming revenue for OHLAP, SB 553, SB 1252 Geographic Information Systems, HB 2457 Gifts to higher educational institutions, SB 1489 Global Agriculture Organization, HR 1036

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  • Grape Resources and Wine Production Act, HB 2219 Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma sign, HCR 1069 Gunsmith curriculum, SJR 54 Health care workforce resources, HCR 1061 Healthy and Fit Kids Act, SB 1627 Hepatitis A immunizations, tax credit, SB 1382 Hispanic students in higher education advancement task force, HB 2145 Holloway, Dr. Ernest L., Highway, HCR 1066 Homeland Security, HB 2280 Hospital Emergency Services and Trauma Care Task Force, HB 2095 Income assignment, SB 1600, SCR 62, HB 2527 Information services, HB 1995 Information Technology Accessibility Task Force, HB 2095 Injury and violence prevention group, HR 1048 Insurance, health Child support, HB 2527 Dental plans, , HB 1571 HMO discontinuance of coverage, HB 1437 Maximum allowed, HB 2506 OB/GYN exams, SB 587 Optional OSEEGIB coverage, HB 1851 Plan options, SB 1388 Point-of-service plan, SB 1162 Premium payments, HB 1437, HB 1571 Primary care physician, HB 1437 Retirement coverage, SB 1391, SB 1143, SB 1144 Savings account, SB 1143 Teachers, HB 2662 Vision plans, SB 1160 Jackson, Cassie John, NASA award, HCR 1067 Johnson, Deke, Community Education Hall of Fame, HCR 1078 League of United Latin American Citizens conference, HCR 1048 Leave Accrual, SB 965, SB 1385 Payment for, SB 1390 Sharing, SB 1385 Lifelong learning, SB 1449 Mathematics Improvement Program, SB 911 Medical licensure, SB 369, SB 1626, HB 2724 Mentor teachers, SB 1125, SB 1534 Mesonet, SR 42 Minority Teacher Recruitment Advisory Committee re-creation, HB 2092, HB 2096 Nanotechnology, SB 1537 National Board certification, SB 1534 No Child Left Behind Act, SB 713, SB 1534, HCR 1052, HR 1037

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  • Nursing Workforce Task Force, HB 2095 Oklahoma City Community College revenue bonds, SCR 65 Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP) funding, SB 553, , SB 1252 Oklahoma Panhandle State University, odor abatement plan, HB 2623 Oklahoma Science and Technology Research and Development Board, SB 1206 Oklahoma State University Agriculture pollutant discharge elimination, SB 1233 Basketball and wrestling team championships, HCR 1058, HCR 1081, HCR 1082 Center for Health Sciences and College of Osteopathic Medicine, HCR 1075 College of Osteopathic Medicine revenue bonds, SCR 79 Firefighter training, HB 2372 Graduate, Jackson, Cassie John, HCR 1067 Mesonet, SR 42 Odor abatement plan, HB 2623 Okmulgee revenue bonds, SCR 70 Revenue bonds, SCR 67, SCR 70 Spring Creek studies, HR 1045 Tulsa graduate center, SB 747 Open Meeting, HB 1670 Outsourcing state services and contracts, HCR 1087 Pain Management Advisory Council, HB 2305 Partnership for School Improvement Act, SB 756 Partnership for School Readiness Board, SB 1115 Pay increase State employee, HB 2005 Teacher, SB 1272 Performance audits, HB 1577 Payroll deduction for home computer, HB 2598 Pension benefits for correction department employees, SB 1203 Personnel, HB 2004 Property conveyed to colleges and universities, SB 864 Public buildings, SB 1507, HB 2561 Purchasing Card, SB 1135, HB 2277 Emergency response agreements, HB 1418 Oklahoma goods and services, HCR 1087, HR 1044, HR 1050 Quality Investment Act, HB 2373 Rainy Day Fund, HB 1058 Reading Curriculum and Instruction Task Force, SCR 50, SR 70 Reading Sufficiency, SB 713, HB 2477 Reduction in Force, SB 1136, SB 1158 Renewable energy, SJR 41 Residency committee, SB 1387 Residency policies for military dependents, HB 2630 Retirement Alternate Retirement Plan for Comprehensive Universities, HB 2226

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  • Benefit increase, SB 1134 Benefits, SB 1131 Death benefits, SB 1131, HB 2643 Health insurance, SB 1143, SB 1144, SB 1391, HB 1437 Post-retirement earnings computations, HB 2643 Study, HB 2536 Revenue bonds, SCR 39, SCR 41, SCR 54, SCR 64, SCR 65, SCR 67, SCR 70, SCR 71, SCR 79,

    SCR 80, HB 1904, HCR 1050, HCR 1068 Rural Action Partnership Program, HB 2288 Rural economic development, HB 2288 Rural Medical Education Loan and Scholarship Fund, SB 908 Sales tax Economic development projects, HB 2607 Exemption for event tickets, SB 1383 Telecommunications services, HB 2335 Sanders, Barry, HCR 1088 School lands, HB 2542, HB 2680, HB 2681, HB 2682 School psychologists pay bonus, SB 1207 School readiness, SB 1115 Schools, bonds and indebtedness, HB 2332 School testing, SB 6, HB 2477 Science and Technology Research and Development, SB 1537 Sex offenders registration, SB 1096 Space transportation vehicle providers, HB 1894 Special Health Care Revolving Fund, HB 2660 Special license plates, HB 1994 Speech-language pathologists, SB 1207, SB 1263 State Employee Advocacy Rights Act, SB 1105 State Employee Deferred Savings Incentive Plan, SB 1076 State employees, unclassified, SB 1075 Strait , Derrick, Jim Thorpe Award winner, SR 36 Strategic plans, SB 1078 Summer academies, SB 756 Support Education License Plates, SB 874 Tax credit for Donation to an independent biomedical research institute, SB 1352 Hepatitis A immunizations for persons in food service, SB 1382 Space transportation vehicle providers, HB 1894 Teacher certification, SB 1456 Alternative, HB 1756 Teacher education, SB 1456 Teacher evaluation, SB 1387 Teacher Preparation Dyslexia specialists, SB 1456 Evaluation, SB 1387 Mentor teachers, SB 1125, SB 1534 Teacher salaries, SB 1106, SB 1272 Technology center school district Audits, SB 1112, HB 2391

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  • Board member terms, SB 1112, HB 2391 College prep courses, SB 1271 Telecommunications services, SB 1119, SCR 74, HB 2335 Telemedicine Advisory Council, HB 2090, HB 2095 Telemedicine network; HB 2095 Tickets to events, SB 1383 Trauma care services, SB 1554, HB 2095, HB 2382 Tulsa higher education institutions, SB 747, SB 924 University Hospitals Authority, SB 1385 University Hospitals Trust, SCR 77 University of Central Oklahoma revenue bonds, SCR 41, HCR 1050 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center revenue bonds, SCR 80 Mesonet, SR 42 Revenue bonds, SCR 54, SCR 64 Tulsa, SB 747, SB 924 Violent crime offenders registration, HB 1853 White, Jason, Heisman Trophy winner, SCR 43 Wind Power Initiative, SB 1212 Wine production, HB 2219 Workers’ Compensation, SB 1531, HCR 1046

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  • BILL SUMMARIES

    Status Reported as of May 27, 2004 SENATE BILLS SB 6 (Williams/McIntyre) – SCHOOL TESTING. Deleting requirement for fourth-grade norm-referenced testing; requiring State Department of Education to develop criterion-referenced tests in reading/language arts and math for the third and fourth grades during the 2003-2004 school year, and for sixth and seventh grades in 2004-2005, to be implemented during the immediately follow-ing school years; delaying the test result reporting dates; prohibiting certain testing prior to May 1 of each school year, except for end-of-instruction tests administered at the end of the first semester; providing that the Board try to work with other states to establish a common test item bank; provid-ing options for parents of children who fail the tests. (70 § 1210.508) 2/17/03 Title Stricken 2/17/03 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb6_scr.rtf 3/11/03 Bill Amended and Passed - Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb6_engr.rtf 4/03/03 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB006_hcs.rtf 4/23/03 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/23/03 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (70-24) http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb6_hasb.rtf 5/16/03 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb6_sccr.rtf 5/19/03 Senate Rejected CCR, Requested Further Conference 5/30/03 Conferees Disagree 5/04/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 369 (Shurden/Stanley) – PHYSICIANS/PHARMACIES/ORTHOTICS/PROSTHETICS. Amending sections relating to the Oklahoma Pharmacy Act, allopathic physicians, suspended li-censes, foreign medical school clerkships, special training licenses, unprofessional or unethical conduct, osteopathic physicians, and the Orthotics and Prosthetics Practice Act. 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb369_ccs.rtf 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (97-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb369_enr.rtf SB 553 (Hobson/Adair) – STATE-TRIBAL GAMING ACT/OHLAP. Creating the State-Tribal Gaming Act; Section 3 provides portions of certain gaming revenues to be apportioned to the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP) Trust Fund; Section 20 provides for the deposit of certain gaming funds into the OHLAP Trust Fund. 3/08/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/553.pdf SB 587 (Cain/Hamilton) – HEALTH INSURANCE. Requiring that certain health benefit plans cover routine annual obstetrical/gynecological examinations, but not requiring that the routine an-nual examination be performed by obstetrician, gynecologist or obstetrician/gynecologist. (36 § 6060.3a)

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  • 5/18/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (33-13) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb587_ccs.rtf 5/20/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (63-25) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb587_enr.rtf 5/21/04 To Governor SB 601 (Smith/Peters) – EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION. Making it unlawful for any person applying for State employment to make a false statement or representation on an employment ap-plication. 5/25/04 2nd CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb601_ccs2.rtf 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (93-3) - SB 713 (Williams/Roberts) – ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INDEX/NO CHILD LEFT BE-HIND/CHARTER SCHOOLS. Removes the requirement that the Academic Performance Index (API) include dropout rates and college remediation rates; requiring the API indicator for gradua-tion rates for secondary school students be based on the percentage of students measured from the beginning of ninth grade who graduate from high school with a standard diploma; requiring that data collected for the API be disaggregated by economically disadvantaged status, major racial and ethnic group, disability status, and English proficiency status; prohibiting disaggregation of data if the number of students in a category is insufficient to yield statistically reliable information or the results would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual student; requiring the state board, based on the API, to adopt expected annual performance targets, including specific targets for mathematics and reading/language arts, for the state level, school districts and all school sites; removing the 5-percent annual percentage growth requirement; requiring the state board to adopt rules to provide for a system of sanctions for schools identified for school improvement, cor-rective action or restructuring, consistent with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001; modifying language relating to the Academic Performance Award Program and the reading sufficiency pro-gram. The third conference committee substitute relates to the Oklahoma Charter Schools Act; modifying notification time period for nonrenewal of contract; removing certain funding calcula-tion method for first year of operation of charter school; amending section which relates to the Charter Schools Incentive Fund; authorizing State Department of Education to allocate certain funds on a per-pupil basis. (70 §§ 3-150. 3-152, 1210.508C, 1210.541) 5/25/04 3rd CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (38-9) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb713_ccs3.rtf 5/27/04 3rd CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (93-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb713_enr.rtf SB 747 (Williams/Liotta) – OU/OSU GRADUATE CENTER IN TULSA. Clarifies and updates language relating to the OU/OSU Graduate Center at Tulsa; providing that the positions of chair and vice-chair shall rotate annually between presidents of the University of Oklahoma and Okla-homa State University. (70 § 4673) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB747_int.rtf 2/04/03 Second reading - Referred to Senate Rules Committee 2/13/03 Withdrawn from Committee; Reassigned to Education Committee 2/17/03 Title Stricken 2/17/03 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb747_cs.rtf 2/27/03 Bill Passed - Senate (41-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb747_engr.rtf 4/01/03 House Committee – Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB747_hcr.rtf 4/16/03 Floor Amendment Adopted 4/16/03 Bill Passed - House (93-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb747_hasb.rtf

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  • 4/22/03 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 5/30/03 Conferees Disagree 4/27/04 Further Conference Requested 4/28/04 In Conference Committee SB 756 (Williams/Roberts) – SUMMER ACADEMIES/SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT. Author-izing a teacher to recommend the promotion of a student to the fourth grade contingent upon suc-cessful completion of required competencies at a summer academy or other immediate interven-tions to bring student up to grade level. The conference committee substitute creates the Oklahoma Partnership for School Improvement Act; creates the Oklahoma Partnership for School Improve-ment Board, membership of which includes the Chancellor. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB756_int.rtf 2/04/03 Second reading - Referred to Senate Rules Committee 2/04/04 Reassigned to Senate Appropriations Committee 2/18/04 Title Stricken 2/18/04 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb756_cs.rtf 3/02/04 Bill Passed – Senate (39-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb756_engr.rtf 3/04/04 Referred to House Appropriations & Budget Committee, Education Subcommittee 3/31/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB756_hcs.rtf 4/12/04 Title Restored 4/12/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb756_hasb.rtf 4/27/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 5/04/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA 5/27/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb756_ccs.rtf SB 864 (Gumm/Sweeden) – CONVEYING PROPERTY TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI-TIES. Requiring certain property conveyed to the state for the use and benefit of any public college or university to be conveyed to the board of regents upon certain request; requiring determination by Department of Central Services relating to the beneficial use of certain property; designating the Department of Central Services to act on behalf of the state to implement certain transfer of prop-erty; authorizing the sale of convict-made goods to state employees and retirees. 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (26-17), Emergency Failed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb864_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (96-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb864_enr.rtf 5/27/04 To Governor SB 868 (Corn/Paulk) – ETHICS. Allowing state employees to run for partisan political office and solicit contributions for their candidacy. 5/20/04 2nd CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (27-18) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb868_ccs2.rtf 5/25/04 2nd CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (58-42) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb868_enr.rtf 5/26/04 To Governor SB 874 (Coffee/Winchester) – SUPPORT EDUCATION LICENSE PLATES. Adding new special license plates to the list of those available; requiring that all motor license agents display a

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  • sample of the Support Education License Plate in the area of the business accessed by the public. (47 § 1136) 3/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed – House (95-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb874_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee SB 889 (Crutchfield/Walker) – ADMINISTRATIVE RULES. Provides that permanent rules will become effective on the tenth day after the rules are published in “The Oklahoma Register”. (75 § 250.8) 5/03/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/889.pdf SB 908 (Capps/Jones) – RURAL MEDICAL EDUCATION LOAN AND SCHOLARSHIP. Increasing from $6,000 to $15,000 per academic year the maximum grant amounts from the Rural Medical Education Loan and Scholarship Fund. (70 § 625.5) 4/12/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/908.pdf SB 911 (Morgan/Mitchell) – MATHEMATICS IMPROVEMENT. Creating the Mathematics Improvement Program; providing stipend for certain teachers meeting certain requirements; creat-ing the Mathematics Improvement Standards Committee, consisting of seven members, two of whom shall be appointed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, two by the Chancellor of Higher Education, two by the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation, and one by the Governor. 5/25/04 CCR Submitted to Senate 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (28-19), Emergency Failed - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb911_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 Motion to Reconsider 5/26/04 Reconsideration Motion Adopted - Senate 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (25-19), Emergency Failed 5/26/04 CCR Submitted to House SB 913 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA). http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB913_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb913_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (82-16) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb913_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 914 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Providing budgetary limits for the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA). http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB914_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate

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  • 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb914_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (84-14) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb914_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 915 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the Physician Manpower Training Commission. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB915_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb915_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (92-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb915_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 916 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Providing budgetary limits to the Physician Manpower Training Commission. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB916_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb916_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (92-6) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb916_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 919 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB919_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb919_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (60-38) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb919_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA

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  • SB 920 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Providing budgetary limits for the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB920_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb920_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (56-42) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb920_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 923 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the State Regents; amending Sections 13, 14, and 18 of Enrolled HB 2007, modifying appropriation amounts; authorizing $1 million for the Oklahoma Tuition Equalization Grant Trust Fund and $3.3 for Cooperative Exten-sion Services. 5/21/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb923_ccs.rtf 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (97-0), Emergency Failed (65-32) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB923_ENR.rtf 5/25/04 To Governor SB 924 (Morgan/Mitchell) – OU-TULSA/ARTS IN PUBLIC PLACES. Adding OU-Tulsa as an agency of the University of Oklahoma; amending Section 6 of Enrolled SB 1347, which relates to the Oklahoma Art in Public Places Act; modifying certain date of applicability; clarifying certain administrative control of certain assessment. 5/21/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb924_ccs.rtf 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (69-30), Emergency Failed (57-41) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB924_ENR.rtf 5/25/04 To Governor SB 931 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST). 5/25/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/931.pdf SB 932 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Providing budgetary limits to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST). http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB932_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb932_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/15/04 Enacting Clause Stricken

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  • 4/15/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (89-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb932_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 965 (Morgan/Mitchell) – LEAVE ACCUMULATION. Amending SB 1365; modifying lan-guage relating to accumulation of leave for state employees; changing “calendar year” to “year”. 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (40-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb965_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (87-9) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb965_enr.rtf 5/27/04 To Governor SB 981 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the University Hospitals Authority. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB981_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb981_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/20/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/20/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (93-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb981_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 982 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Providing budgetary limits for the University Hospitals Authority. 5/05/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/982.pdf SB 1017 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS/COMMERCE DEPT. Appropriating to the Department of Commerce for specific programs, including $300,000 for the establishment of a Small Rural Manufacturer Program at Oklahoma State University (Sections 6, and 22), $600,873 for the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Statewide Small Business Development Centers Program (Sections 6 and 11) and $124,830 for the Bid Assistance Program OSU/CATT (Sections 6 and 21). 5/21/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1017_ccs.rtf 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (86-13), Emergency Passed (68-31) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1017_enr.rtf 5/25/04 To Governor SB 1025 (Morgan/Mitchell) – ASBESTOS ABATEMENT. Providing budgetary limitations for the Department of Labor; requiring certain state agencies, including the State Regents, to cooperate with the Labor Department to provide information required pursuant to asbestos abatement. 5/04/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1025.pdf

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  • SB 1069 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. General appropriations bill; appropriating to the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Educa-tion, the Physician Manpower Training Commission, the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation, and University Hospitals Authority. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1069_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1069_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (58-38) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1069_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1075 (Morgan/Mitchell) – UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES. This is a shell bill relating to unclassified employees. (74 § 840-5.5) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1075_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1075_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (89-5) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1075_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1076 (Morgan/Mitchell) – DEFERRED SAVINGS INCENTIVE PLAN. This is a shell bill relating to the Oklahoma State Employee Deferred Savings Incentive Plan. (74 § 1707) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1076_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1076_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (90-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1076_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1078 (Morgan/Mitchell) – AGENCY STRATEGIC PLANS. This is a shell bill relating to the state agency strategic plans. (62 § 45.3) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1078_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken

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  • 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1078_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (90-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1078_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1079 (Morgan/Mitchell) – STATE REGENTS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT/TAX COM-MISSION BUILDING. Authorizing an unspecified sum for State Regents capital improvement projects. The conference committee substitute authorizes the construction of a building for the Oklahoma Tax Commission. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1079_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1079_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (90-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1079_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA 5/26/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1079_ccs.rtf 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (39-5) 5/27/04 CCR Rejected – House, Further Conference Requested 5/27/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1083 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the State Regents. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1083_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1083_engr.rtf 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (91-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1083_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1086 (Morgan/Mitchell) – APPROPRIATIONS. Appropriating to the University Hospitals Authority. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1086_int.rtf 2/03/04 S Direct to Calendar 2/03/04 General Order – Senate 2/25/04 Title Stricken 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (47-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1086_engr.rtf

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  • 3/01/04 H Direct to Calendar 4/22/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/22/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (89-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1086_hasb.rtf 4/28/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/28/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1096 (Gumm/Carey) – SEX OFFENDERS REGISTRATION. Relates to registration time limits within the Sex Offenders Registration Act; decreases time to register for certain persons; re-quires registration for person with spouse in this state. (57 § 583) 4/14/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1096.pdf SB 1105 (Gumm/Carey) – STATE EMPLOYEE ADVOCACY RIGHTS. Creating the State Employee Advocacy Rights Act; requiring state agencies to allow employee organizations to hold meetings outside of working hours on state property and to provide information to state agencies in new employee packets. 5/25/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1105.pdf SB 1106 (Corn/Adair) – EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FOR CERTIFIED PERSONNEL. Amend-ing sections 1, 3 and 4 of HB 2662, which relate to teacher minimum salary and fringe benefit level. 5/05/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1106.pdf SB 1111 (Cain/Blackburn) – CHILD CARE FACILITIES LICENSING. Modifying complaint investigation and notification procedures under the Oklahoma Child Care Facilities Licensing Act. (10 §§ 403, 404, 406) 5/03/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1111.pdf SB 1112 (Corn/Ray Miller) – TECHNOLOGY CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD TERM LIMITS. Modifies the powers and duties of the State Board of Career and Technology Education, limits district board terms, directs the State Auditor and Inspector to perform special audits on technology center school districts upon certain request, requires certain school districts to allow technology center schools to provide certain awareness program to tenth-grade students prior to certain time; requires the State Auditor and Inspector to establish procedures for conducting an-nual audits of technology center school districts; requires audits to be conducted by independent auditor; prohibits technology center school district administrators and board members from benefit-ing from certain projects and directs the Board to adopt rules; requires certain state funds be allo-cated by a certain methodology to the technology center school districts; requires the Board to demonstrate intent to substantially increase funding for certain programs in public comprehensive high schools; requires the Department to conduct a study of technology center finances. (70 §§ 14-103, 14-108; 74 § 213) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1112_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Education Committee 2/09/04 Title Stricken 2/09/04 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Passed http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1112_cs.rtf 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed – Senate (41-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1112_engr.rtf

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  • 3/01/04 Referred to House Career and Technology Education Committee 3/17/04 House Committee – Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1112_hcr.rtf 3/29/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 3/29/04 Bill and Emergency Amended and Passed - House (94-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1112_hasb.rtf 4/19/04 House Rejected Senate Amendments, Requested Conference 4/27/04 In Conference Committee 5/18/04 CCR Submitted to Senate 5/19/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1112_ccs.rtf 5/19/04 CCR Submitted to House SB 1115 (Fisher/Staggs) – SCHOOL READINESS. Modifying the membership of the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Board; allowing the governor to appoint a member; providing for initial term. (10 § 640.11) 4/07/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1115.pdf SB 1119 (Gumm/Braddock) – TELECOMMUNICATIONS. Clarifying statutory reference for the Oklahoma Telecommunications Act of 1997; amending telephone rates; modifying companies exempt from certain regulations; changing type of service affected by certain provisions; limiting Corporation Commission regulation; limiting certain rate increase. (17 §§ 131, 137, 139.102, 139.103, 139.110) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1119_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Rules Committee 2/12/04 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1119_cs.rtf 3/08/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 3/08/04 Bill Passed - Senate (42-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1119_engr.rtf 3/10/04 Referred to House Energy & Utility Regulation Committee 3/23/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1119_hcs.rtf 4/14/04 Floor Substitute 4/14/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/14/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (78-22) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1119_hasb.rtf 4/19/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference SB 1128 (Dunlap/Newport) – COMMON EDUCATION FUNDING. Specifying line-item ap-propriation amounts for future categories to be fully funded for the support of common education. The categories include the Summer Arts Institute, Education Leadership Oklahoma and the Vision Project. The second conference committee substitute amends Section 2 of SB 1254, which relates to ad valorem tax; establishing criteria for specified manufacturing exemption from ad valorem tax. 5/21/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1128_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Rejected – House, Further Conference Requested 5/26/04 In Conference Committee 5/27/04 2nd CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (39-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1128_ccs2.rtf 5/27/04 2nd CCR Submitted to House

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  • SB 1131 (Corn/Ferguson) – RETIREMENT. Deleting references to periodic payments under the Teachers' Retirement System; deleting certain retirement and death benefits; amending definition of annual compensation. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1131_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Retirement & Group Health Committee 2/10/04 Title Stricken 2/10/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1131_scr.rtf 2/25/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1131_engr.rtf 3/01/04 Referred to House Retirement Laws Committee 3/15/04 House Committee – Do Pass as Amended - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1131_hcr.rtf 4/12/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/12/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1131_hasb.rtf SB 1134 (Corn/Ferguson) – RETIREMENT BENEFIT INCREASE. Providing benefit increases for certain persons receiving benefits from the various retirement systems, including the Teachers’ Retirement System. 5/25/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (42-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1134_ccs.rtf 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (94-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1134_enr.rtf SB 1135 (Corn/Rice) – PURCHASING. Amending Section 87 of HB 2725, which is a clean-up bill for duplicate sections; amending the authority of the State Purchasing Director regarding state purchase cards; requiring joint creation of rules and payment procedures; assessing certain fees under the State Use Committee; providing for investment of the State Use Committee Revolving Fund. (74 §§ 85.5, 3003, 3004.1, 3004.2) 5/13/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1135_sccs.rtf 5/20/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (88-4) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1135_enr.rtf 5/21/04 To Governor SB 1136 (Corn/Smithson) – REDUCTION IN FORCE. Providing for veteran preference if an agency implements a reduction in force; requiring veteran's preference over affected non-veterans who have equal retention points to the affected veteran. 5/10/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1136.pdf SB 1143 (Corn/Hilliard) – RETIREMENT/HEALTH INSURANCE. Creates the Oklahoma State Employees Medical Savings Trust Program for eligible state employees to help pay for future qualified medical expenses after termination or retirement from state service; providing for the de-posit of certain amount of accumulated annual leave and sick leave balance into an individual re-tiree savings account; providing an option of opening a Health Savings Account. (74 §§ 840-2.20, 1306) http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1143_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Rules Committee 2/16/04 Reassigned to Senate Retirement & Group Health Committee 2/17/04 Title Stricken

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  • 2/17/04 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1143_cs.rtf 3/11/04 Bill Passed – Senate (40-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1143_engr.rtf 3/16/04 Referred to House Govt Ops, Agency Oversight & Admin Rules Committee 3/23/04 Laid Over 3/30/04 House Committee – Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1143_hcr.rtf 4/20/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/20/04 Bill Amended and Passed - House (92-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1143_hasb.rtf 4/27/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 5/03/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA SB 1144 (Corn/Covey) – HEALTH INSURANCE/RETIREMENT. Amending provisions under the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Act; clarifying the Teachers' Retirement Sys-tem eligibility. Amending Section 103 of HB 2725 and Section 1 of HB 2442. (74 §§ 1303, 1306, 1308, 1315, 1316.2 and 1316.3) 5/25/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1144.pdf SB 1152 (Wilkerson/Harrison) – ATTORNEY FOR STATE AGENCIES. Requiring the Attor-ney General to notify the Governor of the disqualification in any civil action or proceeding in which the state or an agency or employee of the state is a party and the Attorney General’s office is disqualified for any reason other than misconduct by the party and the Governor shall appoint an attorney to represent the state, agency or employee. 03/30/04 Vetoed by Governor SB 1158 (Lerblance/Mass) – REDUCTION IN FORCE. Relating to the employee service rating system and the Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission; modifying reduction-in-force plans; re-quiring a copy of reduction-in-force implementation plan be sent to certain associations; requiring a list of any available job openings with state agencies be provided to all employees separated by a reduction-in-force. 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee 2/16/04 Title Stricken 2/16/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended 3/01/04 Title Stricken 3/01/04 Title Restored 3/01/04 Bill Passed - Senate (41-1) 3/03/04 Referred to House Govt Ops, Agency Oversight & Admin Rules Committee 3/24/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass 4/20/04 Bill Passed - House (94-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1158_hasb.rtf 4/26/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/29/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA 5/25/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1158_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Rejected – Senate, Further Conference Requested 5/26/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA 5/27/04 2nd CCR Submitted to House - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1158_ccs2.rtf

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  • SB 1160 (Helton/Askins) – HEALTH INSURANCE. Relating to vision insurance plans; amend-ing date; increasing eligibility requirements; requiring certain direct relationship; prohibiting cer-tain leasing, borrowing and use of certain provider panels; requiring providers to be actively en-gaged in certain services; requiring certain plans be offered by parent company; limiting number of vision plans and rate schedules offered annually; requiring certain services and indemnified pay-ment; providing clarification. (74 § 1374) 5/18/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1160.pdf SB 1162 (Lerblance/Sweeden) – HEALTH INSURANCE. Allowing State and Education Em-ployees Group Insurance Board to offer a point-of-service plan; allowing a vendor who offers both an HMO plan and a point-of-service plan to choose to offer only its point-of-service plan in lieu of offering its HMO plan; excluding point-of-service plans from flexible benefit allowance calcula-tion. 5/20/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1162_ccs.rtf 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (96-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1162_enr.rtf 5/25/04 To Governor SB 1203 (Helton/Roberts) – PENSION BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF CORRECTION DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES. Relating to state employee benefits; providing an extra benefit for surviving children of correction department employees who are killed in the line of duty if the child is regularly attending a public or private school or any institution of higher education. 5/25/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (42-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1203_ccs.rtf 5/27/04 CCR Submitted to House SB 1206 (Price/Covey) – OKLAHOMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD. Adds to the Oklahoma Science and Technology Research and De-velopment Board the president of one of the regional universities designated by the Chancellor and the Governor’s appointed cabinet Secretary of Agriculture. (74 § 5060.6) 5/03/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1206.pdf SB 1207 (Crutchfield/Staggs) – SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS/SPEECH-LANGUAGE PA-THOLOGISTS/AUDIOLOGISTS. Providing that, subject to the availability of fund, the State Board of Education shall provide a $5,000 annual salary bonus to eligible school psychologists, speech-language pathologists and audiologists; providing for increase in bonus; creating the Okla-homa School Psychologist, Speech-Language Pathologist, and Audiologist National Certification Revolving Fund. 5/18/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1207.pdf SB 1212 (Maddox/Askins) – WIND POWER. Stating legislative intent to provide funding for the continuation of the Wind Power Initiative which is located in the Environmental Verification and Analysis Center of the University of Oklahoma, and which works with other higher education sys-tem programs including Oklahoma State University and the Oklahoma Mesonet program; provid-ing that with continued funding the OWPI would continue outreach efforts through college educa-

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  • tion initiatives and promote research activities at universities to help attract the wind industry to Oklahoma; creating a Wind Power Assessment Committee; providing that OWPI participants would serve as technical advisors to the assessment committee. The conference committee substi-tute creates the Oklahoma Wind Power Assessment Committee to analyze data, such as cost and customer support, of the newly operating wind farms and make recommendations for legislation to support further development of all zero-emission renewable energy; providing that the participants in the Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative shall serve as technical advisors to the committee. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1212_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee, Education Subcommittee 2/18/04 Title Stricken 2/18/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1212_scr.rtf 3/03/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 3/03/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1212_engr.rtf 3/08/04 Referred to House Higher Education Committee 3/16/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1212_hcs.rtf 3/24/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 3/24/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (98-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1212_hasb.rtf 4/29/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/29/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA 5/25/04 CCR Submitted to Senate 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (45-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1212_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Submitted to House SB 1233 (Crutchfield/Pope) – ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS/AGRICULTURE POL-LUTANT DISCHARGE. This is a comprehensive bill relating to managed feeding operations and pollutant discharges; renames the Oklahoma Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Act as the Oklahoma Licensed Managed Feeding Operations Act; enacts law pertaining to the Oklahoma Agriculture Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Act. Section 8 pertains to licensing and cur-ricula and course content to be developed under the supervision of the Director of the Agriculture Pollutant Discharge Elimination System and Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service. 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Agriculture & Rural Development Committee 2/17/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended 2/18/04 Title Stricken 3/04/04 Floor Substitute Adopted 3/04/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (38-4) 3/09/04 Referred to House Agriculture & Rural Development Committee 3/30/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass 4/14/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/14/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (97-3) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1233_hasb.rtf 4/15/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 4/27/04 In Conference Committee 5/13/04 CCR Submitted to Senate 5/18/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (33-11) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1233_ccs.rtf

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  • 5/18/04 CCR Submitted to House SB 1252 (Hobson/Adair) – STATE-TRIBAL GAMING ACT/OHLAP. Repealing SB 553, the previous gaming bill; ordering a referendum to let the people vote Nov. 2 on allowing pari-mutuel horse racing tracks to operate electronic gaming devices now played only at Indian casinos; creat-ing the State-Tribal Gaming Act; Section 4 provides portions of certain gaming revenues to be ap-portioned to the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP) Trust Fund and portions to the Education Reform Revolving Fund; Section 21 provides for the deposit of certain gaming funds into the OHLAP Trust Fund and portions to the Education Reform Revolving Fund. (State Ques-tion 712) 5/19/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1252-SQ712.pdf SB 1263 (Robinson/Staggs) – SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS/AUDIOLOGISTS. Amending the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Licensing Act; modifying definitions; adding eligibility requirement for licensure as a speech-language pathologist; providing eligibility requirements for licensure as an audiologist. 5/10/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1263.pdf SB 1271 (Coffee/Winchester) – TECHNOLOGY CENTER SCHOOLS/COLLEGE PREP COURSES. Authorizing technology center school districts to offer programs designed in coopera-tion with higher education institutions that have an emphasis on a focused field of career study upon approval of the State Board of Education and the independent district board of education; al-lows tenth-grade students to attend the programs for up to one-half of a school day. (70 § 11-103.6) 4/12/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1271.pdf SB 1272 (Corn/Harrison) – TEACHER SALARY INCREASE. Subject to the availability of funds, increasing minimum salaries for teachers; adding additional year steps to the minimum sal-ary schedule. The conference committee substitute relates to teacher salaries; stating minimum sal-ary schedules for teachers for certain school years; defining fringe benefits for certain purpose; re-quiring certain degrees from certain institutions of higher education; providing for out-of-state ser-vice credit for certain purpose; providing for military service credit for certain purpose; authorizing district boards of education to credit more experience for certain purpose; requiring recognition of certain experience with Department of Corrections, Department of Human Services, and certain state agencies for certain purpose; making provisions inapplicable to certain teachers in postretire-ment employment. 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (46-0) 5/27/04 CCR Adopted, Bill Passed - House (98-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1272_enr.rtf SB 1288 (Shurden/Hamilton) – EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. Relates to the Oklahoma Security Act of 1980; excluding services performed by certain agricultural laborers from definition of em-ployment; defining terms; providing for benefits for educational employees for non-educational employment under certain circumstances; adding additional initial claim to procedures for claims and notices; modifying procedures for certain appeals; providing additional exception to certain benefit wages charged to certain employers; adding employees to the list of acquisitions of certain acquiring employers.

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  • 4/14/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1288.pdf SB 1300 (Price/Covey) – BEEF IMPROVEMENT AND MARKETING. Creating the Okla-homa Beef Improvement and Market Development Act; providing for legislative intent; creating Oklahoma Beef Council; providing that the Council may conduct or contract for scientific research with any accredited university, college, or similar institution and enter into other contracts or agreements that aid in carrying out the purposes of the Oklahoma Beef Improvement and Market Development Act, including but not limited to contracts for the purchase or acquisition of facilities, advertising, or equipment; assessing a $1-per-head fee on cattle to fund a beef marketing program. The conference committee substitute no longer creates the Beef Improvement and Market Devel-opment Act and no longer provides for scientific research with higher education institutions. The bill now authorizes the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry to be the official agency of the state on certain matters pertaining to animal identification 5/25/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1300_ccs.rtf 5/26/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (94-2) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1300_enr.rtf 5/27/04 To Governor SB 1347 (Williams/Wells) – ART IN PUBLIC PLACES. Creating the Oklahoma Art in Public Places Act; declaring the Oklahoma Historical Society as the administrative agency; creating an Art in Public Places Oversight Committee, membership of which includes the Chancellor or desig-nee; providing that the governing boards of the higher education institutions shall serve as the Oversight Committee for art projects on the campuses that they oversee; requiring all state agen-cies, including State System institutions to allocate a certain portion of capital project expenditures to the Oklahoma Historical Society for the purpose of funding the Oklahoma Art in Public Places Act; providing for exception; requiring that State System institutions remain in complete adminis-trative control of certain assessment. 5/05/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1347.pdf SB 1352 (Rabon/Pope) – BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH/TAX CREDIT. Amending section relat-ing to tax credit for a donation to an independent biomedical research institute; modifying proce-dure by which certain tax credit takes effect. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1352_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Finance Committee 2/16/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1352_scr.rtf 3/10/04 Title Stricken 3/10/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (41-0) http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1352_engr.rtf 3/15/04 Referred to House Revenue & Taxation Committee 3/31/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1352_hcs.rtf 4/19/04 Enacting Clause Stricken 4/19/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (84-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1352_hasb.rtf 5/04/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 5/04/04 In Conference Committee - GCCA

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  • SB 1382 (Monson/Stanley) – HEPATITIS A IMMUNIZATIONS/TAX CREDIT. Removing the time limit on the tax credit allowed persons operating food service establishments for immuni-zations against Hepatitis A for their employees. (68 § 2357.33) 4/21/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1382.pdf SB 1383 (Monson/Pope) – SALES TAX EXEMPTION/EVENT TICKETS. Amending Section 66 of HB 2725, which is a clean-up bill for duplicate sections, creating a sales tax exemption for “tickets for admission to a collegiate athletic event that is held in a facility owned or operated by a municipality or a public trust of which the municipality is the sole beneficiary and that actually de-termines or is part of a tournament or tournament process for determining a conference tournament championship, a conference championship, or a national championship”; creating a tax exemption for the organization that operates the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. (68 § 1356) 4/01/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1383.pdf SB 1385 (Capps/Braddock) – PERSONNEL/UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS/LEAVE/STATE EMPLOYEE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS. Relating to the Oklahoma Personnel Act; making certain information confidential and not subject to the Open Record Act; expanding Ad-ministrator’s duties to include establishing a quality management function; providing gender-neutral language; clarifying language; correcting language; deleting obsolete references to the Uni-versity Hospitals Authority; moving language concerning skill-based adjustments; removing ex-emptions related to the University Hospitals Authority Model Personnel System; amending refer-ences; providing for discretionary leave accrual above limits; providing for treatment of excess ac-crual; clarifying use of leave provision; deleting obsolete language; clarifying condition upon which leave may be donated; clarifying references to leave, clarifying period to rate employees; clarifying procedure for reporting compliance with the performance management process; amend-ing sections relating to the Oklahoma State Employee Charitable Contribution Act. 5/18/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1385.pdf SB 1449 (Wilcoxson/Coleman) – LIFELONG LEARNING. Creating the Oklahoma Lifelong Learning Account Act; creating until December 31, 2005, a Task Force on Lifelong Learning; pro-viding that the task force shall be led by the State Regents and chaired by the Chancellor or desig-nee. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1449_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Education Committee 2/16/04 Title Stricken 2/16/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1449_scr.rtf 3/09/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (44-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1449_engr.rtf 3/11/04 Referred to House Higher Education Committee 3/16/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1449_hcs.rtf 3/24/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (99-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1449_hasb.rtf SB 1488 (Fisher/Askins) – ACCOUNTANCY ACT. Amending sections relating to the Oklahoma Accountancy Act; modifying requirements for examinations; deleting and modifying certain educa-tional and experience requirements for the certificate of certified public accountant.

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  • 4/19/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1488.pdf SB 1489 (Fisher/Askins) – BOND FUNDS/GIFTS TO PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. Authorizing the state treasurer to invest in short-term bond funds; authorizing higher education institutions, cer-tain constituent agencies or entities to accept gifts, grants or contracts. (62 § 89.2, 70 § 4306) 4/20/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1489.pdf SB 1507 (Fisher/Carey) – PUBLIC CONTRACTS. Relating to the execution of public contracts; providing that a single irrevocable letter of credit may be used for complying with certain require-ments; modifying certain requirements for bonds. (61 § 113, 62 § 318) 5/12/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1507.pdf SB 1531 (Hobson/Adair) – WORKERS’ COMPENSATION. This is a comprehensive Workers’ Compensation bill. 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Rules Committee 2/11/04 Rereferred to Senate Judiciary Committee 2/18/04 Senate Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass 3/08/04 Title Stricken 3/08/04 Bill Passed - Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1531_engr.rtf 3/10/04 Referred to House Judiciary Committee 3/30/04 House Committee –Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1531_hcr.rtf 4/19/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 4/19/04 Bill Passed - House (98-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1531_hasb.rtf 4/27/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference SB 1534 (Wilcoxson/Pam Peterson) – EDUCATION LEADERSHIP OKLAHOMA/ TEACHER PREPARATION/MENTOR TEACHERS. Requiring the Commission for Teacher Preparation to inform teachers of the Education Leadership Oklahoma program emphasizing re-cruiting efforts toward teachers at high-poverty schools, low-achieving schools and in counties with the lowest percentage of teachers who have achieved National Board certification; directing the selection of scholarship applicants from a certain number of teachers from schools on the school improvement list; amending section pertaining to bonuses for board-certified teachers; di-recting the Board of Education to ensure National Board-certified teachers serve as mentors to cer-tain teachers; requiring the Commission to contract for an independent evaluation of the impact of National Board certification on measured student achievement. The conference committee substi-tute relates to the Oklahoma Teacher Preparation Act; modifying selection process for mentor teachers; amending section which relates to professional development institutes; requiring selection of professional development institute instructors to be based on criteria adopted by the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation; specifying certain criteria to be excluded; amending section which relates to the Education Leadership Oklahoma program; requiring Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation to emphasize certain recruiting efforts for certain program; specifying preference for certain scholarship recipients; requiring State Department of Education to provide certain bonus to certain teachers on certain conditions; requiring State Department of Education to provide certain notification; modifying criteria for eligibility of certain teachers for certain bonus;

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  • requiring State Board of Education to contract for certain independent evaluation. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1534_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Education Committee 2/16/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1534_scr.rtf 3/08/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (34-8) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1534_engr.rtf 3/10/04 Referred to House Common Education Committee 4/01/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1534_hcs.rtf 4/13/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 4/13/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - House (95-1) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1534_hasb.rtf 4/27/04 Senate Rejected House Amendments, Requested Conference 5/04/04 In Conference Committee 5/20/04 CCR Submitted to Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1534_ccs.rtf 5/25/04 CCR Rejected – Senate, Further Conference Requested 5/25/04 In Conference Committee SB 1537 (Capps/Deutschendorf) – NANOTECHNOLOGY. Expanding goals of the Science and Technology Research and Development Act to include nanotechnology and sensors. 4/06/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1537.pdf SB 1554 (Robinson/Hilliard) – TRAUMA SYSTEMS. Creating a Trauma Systems Improvement and Development Act; providing for rules by the State Board of Health; providing for a Trauma System Improvement and Development Advisory Council and a Medical Audit Committee. 5/24/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (41-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1554_ccs.rtf 5/25/04 CCR Adopted, Bill and Emergency Passed - House (98-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1554_enr.rtf 5/26/04 To Governor SB 1580 (Fisher/Askins) – DIRECT DEPOSIT. Amending section relating to the State Treasurer and selection of depositories; amending sections relating to the Oklahoma State Employees' Direct Deposit Act; requiring State Regents employees and employees of State System institutions to par-ticipate in a direct deposit system by certain time period; providing for limited exceptions. (62 § 71; 74 §§ 292.11, 292.12) 5/17/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1580.pdf SB 1600 (Cain/Vaughn) – FAMILY SUPPORT. Relating to the Uniform Interstate Family Sup-port Act; amending sections pertaining to income-withholding orders. 5/17/04 Bill Passed - House (95-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1600_hasb.rtf 5/20/04 Bill Passed - Senate (46-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1600_enr.rtf 5/27/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1600.pdf

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  • SB 1626 (Maddox/Armes) – VOLUNTEER MEDICAL LICENSURE. Relating to volunteer medical licensure for physicians and dentists; requiring specified list of medical services for which the volunteer medical license may be used; providing that the list may include, but need not be lim-ited to, service at a volunteer clinic or at an educational sporting event; providing exemption from liability for civil damage for doctors who render medical care on a voluntary basis at a free medical clinic or an educational sporting event. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SB1626_int.rtf 2/03/04 Referred to Senate Human Resources Committee 2/19/04 Title Stricken 2/19/04 Senate Committee – Do Pass as Amended http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1626_scr.rtf 3/10/04 Floor Amendment Adopted 3/10/04 Bill and Emergency Passed - Senate (43-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/sb1626_engr.rtf 3/15/04 Referred to House Public Health Committee 3/24/04 House Committee – Committee Substitute Do Pass - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/SB1626_hcs.rtf 4/13/04 Bill Passed – House (83-0) - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04HB/sb1626_hasb.rtf SB 1627 (Cain/Gilbert) – HEALTH AND FITNESS CURRICULUM. Creating the Healthy and Fit Kids Act of 2004; requiring each public school to establish a Healthy and Fit School Advisory Committee to study and make recommendations to the principal regarding health education, physi-cal education and physical activity, and nutrition and health services. 5/26/04 Signed by Governor - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SB/1627.pdf SCR 36 (Riley/Carey) – BREAST FEEDING. Memorializes the Governor to declare by execu-tive order that all female State of Oklahoma employees shall be provided with adequate facilities for breast-feeding or expressing milk. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SCR36_int.rtf 2/02/04 Senate Introduced 4/12/04 Adopted – Senate - http://www2.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/scr36_engr.rtf SCR 37 (Corn/Brannon) – TERESA FARRINGTON. Designating Teresa Farrington, who teaches art classes for adults at Carl Albert State College, the unofficial State Caricature Artist of Oklahoma. http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/2003-04SB/SCR37_int.rtf 2/02/04 S Introduced 3/18/04 Stricken from Calendar SCR 39 (Maddox/Deutschendorf) – CAMERON UNIVERSITY/REVENUE BONDS. Author-izing the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, acting on behalf of Cameron University, to issue certain revenue bonds. 3/16/04 To Secretary of State - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SC/39.pdf SCR 41 (Snyder/Pettigrew) – UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA/REVENUE BONDS. Authorizing the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges to issue revenue bonds for the University of Central Oklahoma. 3/17/04 To Secretary of State - http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/49th/2004/2R/SC/41.pdf

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