John H. Hager, President of the Senate
Susan Clarke Schaar, Clerk of the Senate
Thursday, January 27, 2000

Called to order at 12 m. by Lt. Governor John H. Hager

Prayer offered by The Reverend Dr. James G. O'Quinn, United Methodist Conference, Chesterfield, Virginia

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS: quorum present

Motion of Senator Marye dispensed with reading of Journal (38-Y 1-N)

COMMUNICATION FROM HOUSE (HN10126): reading waived (38-Y 0-N)

House bills passed: HB 118, 144, 169, 259, 275, 513

House bills referred: see January 28 Senate Calendar

BILLS REPORTED

From Education and Health: SB 114S, 209A, 289, 307, 328, 352A, 368 rereferred to Finance, 401, 412 rereferred to Courts of Justice, 438A

BILL REREFERRED PURSUANT TO RULE 20(j)

From Education and Health: SB 443 rereferred to Finance

Leave of absence granted: Senator Holland

S.B. 768 and 769 offered by Senator Lucas (consent to introduce 39-Y 0-N)

S.B. 770 offered by Senator Martin (consent to introduce 39-Y 0-N)

S.J.R. 258 offered by Senator Lucas (consent to introduce 39-Y 0-N)

Bills and joint resolution presented, ordered printed and referred under Senate Rules 11(b), (26)g and HJR 6: see January 28 Senate Calendar

CALENDAR

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING

Read third time

Block vote: passed (39-Y 0-N)

S.B. 160S

S.B. 161A

S.B. 179S

S.B. 206

S.B. 207

S.B. 208

S.B. 217

S.B. 230A

S.B. 237S

S.B. 265

S.B. 294A

S.B. 326

S.B. 327

S.B. 376

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: House agreed to HJR 381 (Election of Court of Appeals Judges, Circuit Court Judges, General District Court Judges, Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges, a Member of the State Corporation Commission, and a Member of the Virginia Worker's Compensation Commission)

S.R. 5, 6, 7 and 8 offered by Senator Stolle

S.R. 9 and 10 offered by Senator Wampler

Resolutions presented, ordered printed and referred under Senate Rule 11(b)

CALENDAR (continued)

REGULAR CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING

Read third time

S.B. 177 - reconsideration of engrossment agreed to (35-Y 4-N), Hanger floor amendment 1 withdrawn, Hanger floor amendment 2 rejected (17-Y 21-N), engrossed, Rules suspended, third constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N), passed (38-Y 1-N)

H.J.R. 381 - Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), readings waived, agreed to (39-Y 0-N), House informed

S.R. 5 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

S.R. 6 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

S.R. 7 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

S.R. 8 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

S.R. 9 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N 1-A), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

S.R. 10 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

House informed that nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 381

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: Nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 381

ELECTION OF COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES, CIRCUITE COURT JUDGES, GENERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGES, JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS DISTRICT COURT JUDGES, A MEMBER OF THE STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION, AND A MEMBER OF THE VIRGINIA WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Court of Appeals Judges (39-Y 0-N)

James W. Benton, Jr.

Johanna L. Fitzpatrick

Circuit Court Judges (39-Y 0-N)

Second Judicial Circuit: A. Bonwill Shockley

Second Judicial Circuit: Glen A. Tyler

Fourth Judicial Circuit: Jerome James

Seventh Judicial Circuit: H. Vincent Conway

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: Catherine C. Hammond

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: Gary A. Hicks

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit: John Richard Alderman

Nineteenth Judicial Circuit: Stanley P. Klein

Nineteenth Judicial Circuit: Robert W. Wooldridge

Twenty-fifth Judicial Circuit: Thomas H. Wood

Twenty-sixth Judicial Circuit: Dennis L. Hupp

General District Court Judges (39-Y 0-N)

Second Judicial District: Virginia L. Cochran

Judicial District 2-A: Robert B. Phillips

Seventh Judicial District: Timothy S. Fisher

Twelfth Judicial District: Philip V. Daffron

Twelfth Judicial District: Thomas L. Murphey

Fourteenth Judicial District: Burnett Miller,III

Fourteenth Judicial District: L. Neil Steverson

Fifteenth Judicial District: John R. Stevens

Nineteenth Judicial District: Stewart P. Davis

Nineteenth Judicial District: Donald P. McDonough

Twenty-second Judicial District: George A. Jones, Jr.

Twenty-third Judicial District: Vincent A. Lilley

Twenty-third Judicial District: William D. Broadhurst

Twenty-fourth Judicial District: Joseph M. Serkes

Twenty-fifth Judicial District: Louis K. Campbell

Twenty-seventh Judicial District: John C. Quigley, Jr.

Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges (39-Y 0-N)

Judicial District 2-A: B. Bryan Milbourne

Third Judicial District: Joel P. Crowe

Fourth Judicial District: William P. Williams

Sixth Judicial District: Samuel E. Campbell

Ninth Judicial District: James H. Smith

Tenth Judicial District: Michael M. Rand

Twelfth Judicial District: Frederick G. Rockwell, III

Thirteenth Judicial District: Kimberly B. O'Donnell

Fourteenth Judicial District: A. Elisabeth Oxenham

Sixteenth Judicial District: Frank W. Somerville

Sixteenth Judicial District: Edward DeJ. Berry

Sixteenth Judicial District: Jannene L. Shannon

Eighteenth Judicial District: Nolan B. Dawkins

Nineteenth Judicial District: Charles J. Maxfield

Nineteenth Judicial District: Gaylord L. Finch, Jr.

Nineteenth Judicial District: Gayl Branum Carr

Twenty-second Judicial District: David A. Melesco

Twenty-third Judicial District: John B. Ferguson

Twenty-third Judicial District: Joseph P. Bounds

Twenty-fourth Judicial District: Dale H. Harris

Twenty-fifth Judicial District: Harrison May

Twenty-fifth Judicial District: Dudley J. Emick, Jr.

Twenty-seventh Judicial District: H. Lee Chitwood

Twenty-eighth Judicial District: Eugene E. Lohman

Member of State Corporation Commission (38-Y 0-N 1-A)

I. Clinton Miller

Member of Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission (39-Y 0-N)

Virginia R. Diamond

Reading of report waived (39-Y 0-N)

CALENDER (continued)

S.B. 284 - passed (37-Y 1-N 1-A)

S.B. 304A - passed (38-Y 0-N)

S.B. 324 - passed (38-Y 0-N 1-A)

S.B. 369 - passed (38-Y 1-N)

On motion of Senator Norment, the Senate recessed at 1:50 p.m. to reconvene at 2:20 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 2:20 p.m.

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING

Read second time

Block vote: engrossed

S.B. 4

S.B. 8

S.B. 14A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 16A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 19A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 22A - committee amendments agreed to

S.B. 23

S.B. 28

S.B. 35

S.B. 43

S.B. 48A - committee amendments agreed to

S.B. 50A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 51

S.B. 55

S.B. 70A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 85

S.B. 99A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 101A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 102A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 106

S.B. 112A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 117

S.B. 172A - committee amendment agreed to

S.B. 180

S.B. 195

S.B. 238

S.B. 239

S.B. 246A - committee amendments agreed to

S.B. 260

S.B. 268

S.B. 278A - committee amendments agreed to

S.B. 282

S.B. 323

S.B. 335

S.B. 381

S.B. 432S - committee substitute agreed to

REGULAR CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING

S.B. 47A - read second time, committee amendments agreed to, engrossed

S.B. 124 - passed by for day

S.B. 255 - read second time, engrossed

S.B. 256S - read second time, committee substitute agreed to, engrossed

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING

Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N)

Block vote: passed by for day

S.B. 88

S.B. 89A

S.B. 135S

S.B. 211

S.B. 220

S.B. 242S

S.B. 244

S.B. 264

S.B. 279A

S.B. 285

S.B. 295A

S.B. 383

S.B. 388

S.B. 389A

S.B. 391A

S.B. 400

S.B. 415

S.B. 454

REGULAR CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING

Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N)

S.B. 66

S.B. 393

S.B. 441

S.B. 448

MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS

Taken up

Block vote: agreed to

H.J.R. 2

H.J.R. 19

H.J.R. 20

H.J.R. 33

H.J.R. 37

H.J.R. 48

H.J.R. 49

H.J.R. 50

H.J.R. 75

H.J.R. 76

H.J.R. 77

H.J.R. 78

H.J.R. 79

S.J.R. 5

S.J.R. 6

S.J.R. 7

S.J.R. 8

S.J.R. 9

S.J.R. 10

S.J.R. 13

S.J.R. 16

S.J.R. 17

S.J.R. 18

S.J.R. 19

S.J.R. 25

S.J.R. 29

S.J.R. 30

S.J.R. 31

S.J.R. 33

S.J.R. 36

S.J.R. 43

S.J.R. 45

S.J.R. 47

S.J.R. 48

S.J.R. 49

S.J.R. 53

S.J.R. 56

S.J.R. 57

S.J.R. 58

S.J.R. 59

S.J.R. 60

S.J.R. 61

S.J.R. 62

S.J.R. 64

S.J.R. 65

S.J.R. 66

S.J.R. 89

S.J.R. 90

S.J.R. 91

S.J.R. 100

S.J.R. 101

S.J.R. 110

S.J.R. 111

S.J.R. 128

S.J.R. 137

S.J.R. 138

S.J.R. 139

S.J.R. 145

COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS

Taken up

Block vote: agreed to (voice vote)

H.J.R. 3

H.J.R. 13

H.J.R. 15

H.J.R. 16

H.J.R. 22

H.J.R. 24

H.J.R. 25

H.J.R. 26

H.J.R. 27

H.J.R. 28

H.J.R. 29

H.J.R. 31

H.J.R. 32

H.J.R. 38

H.J.R. 39

H.J.R. 40

H.J.R. 41

H.J.R. 42

H.J.R. 43

H.J.R. 51

H.J.R. 53

H.J.R. 54

H.J.R. 55

H.J.R. 56

H.J.R. 57

H.J.R. 58

H.J.R. 59

H.J.R. 60

H.J.R. 61

H.J.R. 81

H.J.R. 82

H.J.R. 83

H.J.R. 84

H.J.R. 85

H.J.R. 86

H.J.R. 87

H.J.R. 88

H.J.R. 89

H.J.R. 90

H.J.R. 91

H.J.R. 96

S.J.R. 4

S.J.R. 11

S.J.R. 12

S.J.R. 14

S.J.R. 15

S.J.R. 20

S.J.R. 21

S.J.R. 22

S.J.R. 23

S.J.R. 24

S.J.R. 26

S.J.R. 27

S.J.R. 28

S.J.R. 32

S.J.R. 44

S.J.R. 46

S.J.R. 50

S.J.R. 51

S.J.R. 67

S.J.R. 68

S.J.R. 70

S.J.R. 71

S.J.R. 74

S.J.R. 81

S.J.R. 85

S.J.R. 87

S.J.R. 88

S.J.R. 94

S.J.R. 96

S.J.R. 102

S.J.R. 103

S.J.R. 104

S.J.R. 105

S.J.R. 106

S.J.R. 108

S.J.R. 122

S.J.R. 136

S.J.R. 141

S.J.R. 142

S.J.R. 143

S.R. 4 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, first reading waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N), read second time, engrossed, Rules suspended, third reading waived (38-Y 0-N), agreed to (38-Y 0-N)

On motion of Senator Chichester, the Senate adjourned at 2:50 p.m. to convene Friday, January 28 at 11:00 a.m. Pursuant to Rule 21(d)ii, the Clerk was ordered to receive committee reports.

BILLS REPORTED

From Transportation: SB 215S, 227S, 309A, 317, 322A, 360, 362A, 377, 404, 413S, 511

Key: A = amendments(s); S = substitute; SA = substitute with amendment(s)


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