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HOUSE CALENDAR
73rd LEGISLATIVE DAY March 22, 2017
10 AM
SECOND READING
Bill Number Sponsor Description
H 307 Harris(21) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – ADMINISTRATIVE RULES – Adds to existing law to provide that administrative rules that expire on July 1, 2017, will continue to be effective until July 1, 2018, to provide that administrative rules approved or extended by the adoption of a concurrent resolution shall be effective until July 1, 2018, or until such time as they expire, to provide that rules rejected by concurrent resolution shall be null, void and of no force and effect, and to authorize agencies to amend or repeal certain rules pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act.
H 308 Burtenshaw(35) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE – Appropriates $44,939,600 to the Department of Agriculture for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 209; appropriates an additional $171,300 to the Idaho State Police for fiscal year 2018; authorizes one additional full-time equivalent position to the Idaho State Police; and provides legislative intent regarding the Watercraft Inspection Program.
H 309 Malek(4) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – MILLENNIUM FUND – Appropriates, distributes and transfers a total of $9,136,200 from the Idaho Millennium Income Fund for fiscal year 2018; requires nonstate entities to sign an agreement with the state in order to receive funds; provides that certain unexpended and unencumbered moneys shall revert to the Idaho Millennium Income Fund at the end of fiscal year 2018; and provides that any remaining unexpended and unencumbered moneys in the Idaho Millennium Income Fund shall be transferred to the Idaho Millennium Permanent Endowment Fund at the end of fiscal year 2018.
H 312 Wintrow(19) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – STATE INDEPENDENT LIVING COUNCIL – Appropriates an additional $90,200 to the State Independent Living Council for fiscal year 2018.
S 1139aa Troy(5) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – HEALTH CARE – Adds to and amends existing law to provide that certain hospitals or facilities shall specify which persons have authority to admit patients.
SCR 120 Manwaring(29) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – FEE RULES – Stating findings of the Legislature and approving administrative rules that impose a fee or charge, with exceptions, and rejecting certain agency rule dockets that are not approved.
SCR 121 Holtzclaw(20) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – TEMPORARY RULES – Stating findings of the Legislature and approving and extending temporary rules reviewed by the Legislature, with an exception.
S 1185 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION – Appropriates $16,842,500 to the Industrial Commission for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 138.25.
S 1186 Miller(26) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE – Appropriates $31,287,300 to the Agricultural Research and Cooperative Extension Service for fiscal year 2018; and exempts object transfer limitations.
S 1187 Dixon(1) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DEPARTMENT – Appropriates $67,899,900 to the Department of Environmental Quality for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 382; transfers $1.5 million from the Water Pollution Control Fund to the Environmental Remediation Basin Fund; expresses legislative intent regarding the Environmental Remediation Basin Fund and requires an annual report; expresses legislative intent regarding uses of the Water Pollution Control Fund; expresses legislative intent regarding certain moneys appropriated for agricultural best management practices; and expresses legislative intent regarding uses of the Hazardous Waste Emergency Fund.
S 1189 Malek(4) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – HEALTH AND WELFARE – MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES/PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALIZATION/SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT AND PREVENTION – Appropriates $104,056,200 to the divisions of Mental Health, Psychiatric Hospitalization, and Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions for the three divisions to 709.58 for fiscal year 2018; provides for General Fund transfers to the Cooperative Welfare Fund; directs expenditures for trustee and benefit payments; provides for program integrity; limits transfers of legislative appropriations; clarifies responsibility for education of certain children in state care; directs an interagency payment; requires an annual report on community support for the Behavioral Health Community Crisis Centers; appropriates an additional $2,255,400 to the Children’s Mental Health program, Community Hospitalization program and the Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention program for fiscal year 2017; reduces the appropriation by $500,000 for the Adult Mental Health program for fiscal year 2017; and provides an additional 11 full-time equivalent positions for the Children’s Mental Health program for fiscal year 2017.
H 118aaS Trujillo(33) by BUSINESS COMMITTEE – CEMETERIES – Amends existing law to grant the director of the Department of Finance temporary authority regarding administration of Cemetery Endowment Care Fund and to provide procedures.
H 313 Malek(4) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – HEALTH AND WELFARE – MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES/DIVISION OF MEDICAID – Appropriates an additional $1,043,900 to the Children’s Mental Health Program for fiscal year 2018; reduces the appropriation to the Children’s Mental Health Program by $1,181,600 for fiscal year 2018; authorizes an additional 7 full-time equivalent positions; and provides for legislative intent for the Division of Medicaid.
H 314 Dixon(1) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT – Appropriates $665,166,400 for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 1,648; expresses legislative intent for certain continuously appropriated funds; authorizes the transfer of moneys to the Tourism and Promotion Fund; provides reappropriation authority for certain dedicated funds; provides reappropriation authority for airport development grants; and provides a cash transfer to the GARVEE Debt Service Fund.
 
THIRD READING
Bill Number Sponsor Description
H 299 Anderson(31) by APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION – Appropriates $22,422,800 to the Department of Administration for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 140; provides a dedicated fund cash transfer; and directs the health insurance plan for state employees.
S 1086 Kauffman(25) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – HIGHWAY DISTRICTS – Amends existing law to revise when highway district commissioners may agree on a replacement commissioner in the event of a vacancy.
S 1107 Palmer(20) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSES – Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding skills test fees for commercial driver’s licenses.
S 1152 Horman(30) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES – Appropriates $564,958,700 to the State Board of Education and the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho for college and universities and the Office of the State Board of Education for fiscal year 2018; provides certain reappropriation authority; provides legislative intent for systemwide needs; provides legislative intent for reporting on the Complete College Idaho initiative; and exempts appropriation object and program transfer limitations.
S 1164 Wintrow(19) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – HEALTH AND WELFARE – CHILD WELFARE/DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED SERVICES/SERVICE INTEGRATION – Appropriates $107,113,200 to the Department of Health and Welfare for the divisions of Child Welfare, Services for the Developmentally Disabled, and Service Integration for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions for the three divisions to 739.46; provides for General Fund transfers to the Cooperative Welfare Fund; limits transfers for trustee and benefit payments; provides for program integrity; provides legislative intent on educating children in the department’s care; requires a report on foster care support staff; directs expenditures for Head Start; and appropriates an additional $868,100 to the Department of Health and Welfare for the Child Welfare Division for fiscal year 2017.
S 1165 King(18) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – HEALTH AND WELFARE – PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES – Appropriates $114,110,000 to the Department of Health and Welfare for the Public Health Services Division for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 234.69; provides for transfers to the Cooperative Welfare Fund; limits the transfer of funds budgeted for trustee and benefit payments; provides for program integrity; provides for specific use of General Fund moneys; requires an annual report on accreditation status; and appropriates an additional $1,070,300 to the Department of Health and Welfare for the Physical Health Services Program for fiscal year 2017.
S 1167 Burtenshaw(35) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – PARKS AND RECREATION – Appropriates $41,229,200 to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 154.64; permits the department to exceed transfer limitations between programs for certain project grants; and provides carryover authority for the Capital Development Program.
S 1168 Miller(26) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – LANDS – Appropriates $54,359,100 to the Department of Lands for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 309.15; and exempts certain appropriation object transfer limitations.
S 1169 Wintrow(19) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – COMMISSION ON AGING – Appropriates $12,558,400 to the Commission on Aging for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 13.
S 1170 Horman(30) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION – Appropriates $38,818,000 to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 142.
S 1171 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION – BOND PAYMENT PROGRAM – Appropriates $12,303,000 to the Department of Administration for the Bond Payment Program for fiscal year 2018.
S 1172 King(18) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – STATE LIQUOR DIVISION – Appropriates $20,116,400 to the State Liquor Division for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 224.
S 1173 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – CAPITOL COMMISSION – Appropriates $2,342,000 to the Idaho State Capitol Commission for fiscal year 2018; provides a cash transfer; and provides certain reappropriation authority.
S 1174 Malek(4) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – HEALTH AND WELFARE – MEDICAID – Appropriates $2,285,308,600 for the Medicaid Division in the Department of Health and Welfare for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 216 for fiscal year 2018; provides for transfers to the Cooperative Welfare Fund; directs transfers from trustee and benefit payments; provides legislative intent regarding program integrity; requires monthly Medicaid tracking reports; provides for transfers between programs; requires biannual reports regarding managed care implementation; requires an annual report on flexible spending authority; provides legislative intent for non-emergency medical transportation for fiscal year 2018; appropriates an additional $10,741,500 for the Medicaid Division for fiscal year 2017; reduces the appropriation by $22,600,000 for the Enhanced Medicaid Plan program for fiscal year 2017; authorizes 5 additional full-time equivalent positions for fiscal year 2017; and provides legislative intent for non-emergency medical transportation for fiscal year 2017.
S 1175 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – STATE CONTROLLER – Appropriates $16,158,600 to the Idaho State Controller for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 95; provides for the recovery of State Controller service costs to the General Fund; and provides certain dedicated fund reappropriation authority.
S 1176 Burtenshaw(35) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – WATER RESOURCES – Appropriates $26,311,800 to the Department of Water Resources for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 158; appropriates and transfers $716,000 from the Revolving Development Fund to the Aquifer Planning and Management Fund; and transfers $5,000,000 of the appropriation from the General Fund to the Secondary Aquifer Planning, Management and Implementation Fund.
S 1041 Clow(24) by EDUCATION COMMITTEE – EDUCATION – Amends and adds to existing law to provide that moneys may be transferred to the Public Education Stabilization Fund under certain circumstances.
S 1076aa King(18) by COMMERCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE – PROTECTION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES – Amends existing law to clarify prohibited actions against employees.
S 1088 McDonald(15) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – DNA DATABASE ACT OF 1996 – Amends existing law to provide that registered sex offenders are required to submit DNA samples, to provide that a collection facility is not required to collect a DNA sample in certain instances; and to provide certain conditions for the collection of a DNA sample.
S 1105 Wintrow(19) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – THEFT – Amends existing law to provide for other equipment in certain types of theft.
S 1109 Trujillo(33) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – BOARD OF CORRECTION – Amends existing law to provide that certain initial reviews may be held in executive session, to provide that certain deliberations and voting shall be made in executive session and to provide for firearm restoration in certain instances.
S 1120 Youngblood(12) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – REAL PROPERTY – Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding forcible detainer of real property.
S 1125 Zollinger(33) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE – COURTS – Amends existing law to provide that a delinquency shall not exist in certain instances and to provide for a written objection to a set-off.
S 1177 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE – Appropriates $38,829,600 to the Department of Commerce for fiscal year 2018; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 43; transfers $2,000,000 from the General Fund to the Idaho Opportunity Fund; transfers $31,800 from the Indirect Cost Recovery Fund to the General Fund; and transfers $8,200 from the Indirect Cost Recovery Fund to the Tourism and Promotion Fund.
S 1178 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – BOARD OF TAX APPEALS – Appropriates $606,700 to the Board of Tax Appeals for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 5.
S 1179 Anderson(31) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – TAX COMMISSION – Appropriates $43,367,700 to the Idaho State Tax Commission for fiscal year 2018; and limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 455.
SCR 111 Toone(26) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – CECILIA VIOLETTA LOPEZ – Stating findings of the Legislature and honoring and congratulating Cecilia Violetta Lopez for her achievements in opera.
SCR 112 Dixon(1) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – DIVISION OF BUILDING SAFETY – RULE REJECTION – Stating findings of the Legislature and rejecting a certain rule of the Division of Building Safety relating to Rules of the Public Works Contractors License Board.
SCR 116 King(18) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – TRANSPORTATION – Stating findings of the Legislature and authorizing the Legislative Council to appoint a committee to undertake and complete a study regarding an annual registration fee and an operating fee by weight class based on the total miles the owner operated such vehicle on roads and highways in Idaho.
SCR 118 VanOrden(31) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – STATE BOARD OF AND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – RULE REJECTION – Stating findings of the Legislature and rejecting a certain rule of the State Board of and State Department of Education relating to Rules Governing Uniformity.
SCR 119 VanOrden(31) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – RULE REJECTION – EDUCATION – THOROUGHNESS – Stating findings of the Legislature and rejecting a certain rule of the State Board of and State Department of Education relating to Rules Governing Thoroughness.
H 190aa VanOrden(31) by EDUCATION COMMITTEE – SCHOLARSHIPS – Adds to existing law to provide for the Adult Postsecondary Completion Scholarship.
S 1141 Bell(25) by FINANCE COMMITTEE – APPROPRIATIONS – MILITARY DIVISION – DISASTER RELIEF – Appropriates and transfers $2 million from the General Fund to the Disaster Emergency Fund; provides legislative intent; appropriates and transfers $50 million from the General Fund to the Emergency Relief Fund; and appropriates and transfers $7,448,000 from the Consumer Protection Fund to the General Fund.
 
GENERAL ORDERS
Bill Number Sponsor Description
S 1017 Monks(22) by LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND TAXATION COMMITTEE – FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS – Amends existing law to revise a notice provision for holding an election in a fire protection district.
S 1077aa Armstrong(28) by COMMERCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE – INSURANCE – Repeals and adds to existing law to implement the Idaho Motor Vehicle Service Contract Act and the Idaho Vehicle Theft Protection Program Act.
H 292 Burtenshaw(35) by WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE – WATER – Amends existing law to provide for uses where a temporary approval shall be granted and to provide for duration of approval.