Senate Bill 222 was laid over and will maintain its position on third reading tomorrow. The bill would create a criminal offense for interfering with an emergency service call.
Bills read for the second time and advanced to third reading include: Senate Bill 54 , which would prohibit minors under the age of 16 from obtaining a tattoo; Senate Bill 191, which would provide for the protection of nonfamily or nonhousehold members who do not otherwise qualify for protection under the domestic abuse statute; Senate Bill 253 , which would authorize the Department of Environmental Protection to promulgate a legislative rule relating to Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants; Senate Bill 414 , which would expand the definition of "medical services applicant" under the Volunteer for Nonprofit Youth Organizations Act; Senate Bill 427 , which would conform state administrative remedies for prisoners with Department of Justice standards; and Senate Bill 434 , which would provide that a suggestion and suggestee execution shall contain the date of birth and last four digits of the social security number of the judgment debtor in order to identify the debtor in proceedings in aid of execution on judgments.
Nine bills were introduced, including Senate Bill 528 , which would create the Scrap Metal Theft Prevention Act.
The following committees will meet today:
Health & Human Resources 1 p.m. - 451 M
Judiciary (Joint Meeting) 2 p.m. - House Chamber
Education 2 p.m. - 451 M
Banking & Insurance 2 p.m. - 208 W
Judiciary 3:30 p.m. - 208 W
The following committees will meet tomorrow morning:
Labor 9 a.m. - 208 W
Energy, Industry and Mining 10 a.m. - 208 W
The Senate is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.