The House Committee on Redistricting 
         78th Legislature 
         May 5, 2003 
         Reconvened May 3 hearing 
         Capitol Extension, E2.036 
         Pursuant to a notice posted on April 25, 2003, and upon an  
         announcement and motion made in a public hearing on May 4, 2003,  
         the House Committee on Redistricting reconvened in a public  
         hearing and was called to order by the chair, Representative  
         Crabb, at 8:20 a.m. 
         The roll was answered as follows: 
         Present:  Representatives Crabb; King; Krusee; McClendon;  
                   Morrison; Pitts; Raymond; Talton (8). 
         Absent:   Representatives Villarreal; Flores; Grusendorf; Isett;  
                   Luna; Marchant; Wilson (7). 
         A quorum was present. 
         Representative Raymond submitted documents to the clerk. 
         HB 3398 
         The chair laid out HB 3398 as pending business.  
         Representative Crabb offered a complete committee substitute.  
         The committee substitute by Crabb was withdrawn without  
         Testimony was taken.  (See attached witness list.) 
         (Representative Marchant now present.) 
         Representative King offered a complete committee substitute and  
         explained the measure. 
         (Representative Isett now present.) 
         Representative King moved that the substitute by King be  
         adopted.  There was objection.  The motion was withdrawn.    
         (Representative Grusendorf now present.) 
         The committee substitute by King was adopted by the following  
         record vote:  
         Ayes:               Representatives Crabb; Grusendorf; Isett;  
                             King; Krusee; Marchant; Morrison; Pitts;  
                             Talton (9).  
         Nays:               Representatives McClendon; Raymond (2).  
         Present, Not Voting:     None  (0).  
         Absent:        Representatives Villarreal; Flores; Luna; Wilson   
         The committee stood at ease. 
         Representative King moved to reconsider the vote by which the  
         substitute was adopted.  The motion to reconsider prevailed  
         without objection. 
         The committee substitute by King was withdrawn without  
         The bill was left pending without objection.  
         At 9:58 a.m., on the motion of the chair and without objection,  
         the meeting was recessed until 9:00 a.m., May 6, 2003. 
         Rep. Crabb, Chair 
         Jay Yates, Clerk