John H. Hager, President of the Senate
Susan Clarke Schaar, Clerk of the Senate
Wednesday, January 10, 2001

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

Prayer offered by The Reverend Linwood W. Carroll, Sr., Amazing Grace World Fellowship, Richmond, Virginia

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS: quorum present

COMMUNICATION: Resignation Letter of Senator Edward L. Schrock

COMMUNICATION FROM STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS: Transmitting names of members-elect of the Senate

Frank M. Ruff duly sworn in as Senator of the 15th District on December 5, 2000, at 11:00 a.m.

Frank W. Wagner duly sworn in as Senator of the 7th District on January 9, 2001, at 2:00 p.m.

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: House is duly organized and ready to proceed

ELECTION OF PAGES (38-Y 0-N)

1st District: Allison Bradshaw of Toano

2nd District: Natalie Elise Bryan of Virginia Beach

3rd District: Courtney Lynette Fields of Hampton

4th District: John Martin Saunders of Chesapeake

5th District: Brittany Deanna Moyers of Madison

6th District: Melissa Christine McDaniel of Roanoke County

7th District: William Christopher Allen of Mechanicsville

8th District: Tyler Johnston Pauli Smith of Alexandria

9th District: Jodi Ann Harman of Rosedale

10th District: James Daniel Gorby of Fairfax

11th District: Esther Jae-Bok Cha of Falls Church

APPOINTMENT OF PAGES

Stacey Lynne Davis of Kilmarnock

David Warren Coleman of Henrico

Cole T. Smith of Richmond

Larry Eugene Buckner III of Lorton

Caroline Gordon Cannon of Richmond

APPOINTMENT OF MESSENGERS

Courtney Lynn Armstrong of Martinsville

Julia Frances Cadwallender of Fredericksburg

Chandler Virginia Dewey of Midlothian

Mark Lawrence Earley of Midlothian

Ryan Darnell Eichelberger of Portsmouth

Lindsey Grace Francis of Capron

Thomas Dewey Gottwald of Richmond

Garland Bennett Hart of Suffolk

Barry Harvey Hellman III of Norfolk

Bradley Alan Hinshelwood of Shawsville

Brooke Elizabeth Holland of Midlothian

Brennan Palmer Lowery of Newport News

John Edwin Pruitt III of Fredericksburg

Charles Peebles Squire of Emporia

Andrew Edward Wilkinson of Botetourt

RESOLUTIONS REPORTED

From Rules: SR 22, 23, 25

S.R. 25 - Rules suspended, readings and engrossment waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N)

House informed that the Senate is duly organized and ready to proceed

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: House agreed to HJR 599 (Notifying Governor of organization)

H.J.R. 599 - taken up, agreed to (voice vote), House informed

S.R. 22 - read first time, Rules suspended, second reading waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), engrossed, Rules suspended, third reading waived (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (39-Y 0-N)

S.R. 23 - read first time, Rules suspended, second reading waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), engrossed, Rules suspended, third reading waived (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N)

COMMUNICATION FROM JUDICIARY: reading waived (40-Y 0-N)

Bills and resolutions prefiled, ordered printed and referred under 30-19.3 of the Code of Virginia: see January 11 Senate Calendar

BILLS REPORTED

From Courts of Justice: SB 508, 462S; HB 13A, 329S, 1311

From Education and Health: SB 724A rereferred to Finance

From Rehabilitation and Social Services: HB 1426S rereferred to Finance

From Transportation: SB 291; HB 1089

Committee Nominations Report agreed to (40-Y 0-N)

AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Hawkins, chairman; Marye; Chichester; Bolling; Ticer; Couric; Whipple; Hanger; Watkins; Reynolds; Puckett; K.G. Miller; Rerras; Ruff; Wagner

COMMERCE AND LABOR

Wampler, chairman; Colgan; Saslaw; Chichester; Y.B. Miller; Barry; Norment; Stosch; Stolle; Potts; Maxwell; Edwards; Williams; Watkins; K.G. Miller

EDUCATION AND HEALTH

Barry, chairman; Chichester; Saslaw; Lambert; Houck; Lucas; Potts; Howell; Quayle; Martin; Newman; Edwards; Couric; Bolling; Ruff

FINANCE

Chichester, chairman; Colgan; Lambert; Marye; Wampler; Stosch; K.G. Miller; Houck; Barry; Hawkins; Howell; Saslaw; Trumbo; Stolle; Quayle; Norment; (vacancy not to be filled)

GENERAL LAWS

Stosch, chairman; Marye; Colgan; Houck; Lambert; Wampler; Y.B. Miller; Hawkins; Maxwell; Martin; Bolling; Potts; Byrne; Ruff; Wagner

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Quayle, chairman; Marsh; Lucas; Martin; Hanger; Newman; Ticer; Whipple; Reynolds; Forbes; Watkins; Mims; Puckett; Puller; Ruff

PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS

K.G. Miller, chairman; Lambert; Marye; Hawkins; Norment; Martin; Hanger; Bolling; Forbes; Howell; Colgan; Wampler; Potts; Byrne; Stolle

REHABILITATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES

Hanger, chairman; Y.B. Miller; Trumbo; Marsh; Lucas; Maxwell; Newman; Williams; Ticer; Couric; Mims; Byrne; Puller; Rerras; Wagner

TRANSPORTATION

Williams, chairman; Houck; Y.B. Miller; Barry; Stosch; Trumbo; Marsh; Whipple; Newman; Watkins; Maxwell; Puckett; Mims; Rerras; Forbes

RULES

Trumbo, chairman; Marye; Colgan; K.G. Miller; Saslaw; Wampler; Barry; Chichester; Stosch; Quayle; Hawkins; Stolle; Norment; Hanger; Williams; Houck

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: House agreed to HJR 504, 505, 506 and 507 (Establishing a schedule for conduct of business)

H.J.R. 504 - read first time, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N), House informed

H.J.R. 505 - read first time, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N), House informed

H.J.R. 506 - read first time, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N), House informed

H.J.R. 507 - read first time, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (40-Y 0-N), House informed

On motion of Senator Norment, the Senate recessed at 1:50 p.m. to reconvene at 6:45 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 6:45 p.m.

BILLS REPORTED

From Courts of Justice: SB 789, 801, 802 rereferred to Finance, 808, 824, 828, 830S, 850 rereferred to Finance, 879A, 880, 891A, 902, 904, 908

From General Laws: SB 810, 812, 858 rereferred to Finance, 859, 878A

The Senate proceeded at 6:46 p.m. to House Chamber for Governor's State of the Commonwealth Address

On motion of Senator Stosch, the Senate adjourned at 8:00 p.m. to convene January 11 at

12 m.


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