Committee Agenda

Committee:    House Agriculture and Natural Resources
Room:     468
Date:    Thursday, February 24, 2005
Time:    7:00 AM

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         SB 164     repeal certain provisions related to the reporting of livestock contracts.
             Senators McNenny, Apa, Hansen (Tom), Hundstad, Koskan, Lintz, and Napoli and Representatives Jensen, Brunner, Pederson (Gordon), and Rhoden

         SB 197*     clarify how certain registered livestock brands held in joint tenancy may be transferred.
             Senators McNenny, Bogue, and Hanson (Gary) and Representative Gillespie

         SB 114*     establish a refundable checkoff on pulse crops.
             Senators Duenwald, Hansen (Tom), Hanson (Gary), and Koskan and Representatives Davis, Fryslie, Hackl, Hargens, and Jensen

         HCR 1015     Setting forth certain legislative policy recommendations to the secretary of the Department of Game, Fish and Parks regarding ongoing efforts to improve communications and to resolve complaints among landowners, sportsmen, and the department.
             Representatives Brunner and Jensen

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.


         SB 190*     prohibit the sale of certain hunting and fishing licenses using the internet and to require certain licensing agent information to appear on the Department of Game, Fish and Parks internet site.
             Senators Bartling, Apa, Greenfield, Moore, and Napoli and Representatives Klaudt, Fryslie, Garnos, Glover, Novstrup, Pederson (Gordon), Turbiville, and Willadsen

         SB 181*     establish requirements and policies for the management and conservation of prairie dogs in national grasslands areas.
             Senators Lintz, Duenwald, Hanson (Gary), Hundstad, McNenny, Moore, Napoli, and Peterson (Jim) and Representatives Pederson (Gordon), Brunner, Hargens, Howie, and McCoy