Virginia House of Delegates
2001 Special Session I - Reapportionment
THE MINI JOURNAL
S. Vance Wilkins, Jr., Speaker
Bruce F. Jamerson, Clerk
Tuesday, July 10, 2001
Called to order at 12 m. by S. Vance Wilkins, Jr., Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Honorable Robert D. Orrock, Sr., Gentleman from Spotsylvania

Attendance roll call - Quorum present

Leaves of Absence granted: Messrs. Dickinson (portion of session), Jackson, Keister, Moss (portion of session), Purkey

Journal for Monday, July 9, 2001, approved by the Speaker

Bills reported

From Privileges and Elections: HBs 17, 18S

HJR 46 (Election of the Attorney General) offered by Mr. Howell and agreed to (Y-93 N-0)

Mr. Joannou granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Cranwell granted unanimous consent to introduce 2 resolutions

Mr. Rollison granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Johnson granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Jones of Richmond City granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Tata granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Hall granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Parrish granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Stump granted unanimous consent to introduce a bill

Mr. DeBoer granted unanimous consent to introduce a bill

Ms. Baskerville granted unanimous consent to introduce 2 resolutions

Mr. Ware granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Louderback granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mrs. Byron granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Dudley granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Griffith granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Hall granted unanimous consent to introduce 2 resolutions

Message from Senate: HJR 46 agreed to

Mr. Larrabee granted unanimous consent to introduce 3 resolutions

Mr. Morgan granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

HR 7 (Nominating a person to be elected Attorney General of Virginia) offered by Mr. Howell and agreed to

Message from Senate: Nomination made for Attorney General of Virginia

Election of Attorney General

Randolph A. Beales

Bills presented, ordered printed, and referred pursuant to House Rule 37

Resolutions presented and laid on Speaker's table pursuant to House Rule 39(a)

Motion by Mr. Griffith to recess agreed to

House recessed at 12:47 p.m. until 1:15 p.m.

House reconvened at 1:15 p.m.

Bills reported and read first time for the Uncontested Calendar

From Counties, Cities and Towns: HB 21

From General Laws: HB 22S

Constitutional reading dispensed on HBs 17, 18, 21, and 22 (Y-92 N-0)

CALENDAR

MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS ON THE SPEAKER'S TABLE AGREED TO

SJR 18

SJR 19

SJR 20

SJR 21

SJR 23

SJR 24

SJR 25

SJR 26

SJR 27

SJR 28

SJR 29

SJR 30

SJR 31

SJR 32

SJR 33

SJR 34

SJR 35

SJR 36

SJR 37

HJR 44

HJR 45

HJR 48

HJR 51

HJR 54

HJR 55

HJR 57

HJR 58

HJR 60

HJR 65

HR 8

COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS ON THE SPEAKER'S TABLE AGREED TO

SJR 22

HJR 40

HJR 41

HJR 42

HJR 43

HJR 47

HJR 49

HJR 50

HJR 52

HJR 53

HJR 56

HJR 59

HJR 61

HJR 62

HJR 63

HJR 64

HOUSE BILLS

REGULAR CALENDAR

HB 17 - Engrossed, passed (Y-68 N-21)

HB 18 - Committee substitute agreed to, Delegate Devolites floor amendments agreed to (Y-51 N-39), Delegate Orrock floor amendments rejected (Y-40 N-53), Delegate Crittenden floor substitute rejected (Y-40 N-50), Delegate Joannou floor substitute rejected, engrossed, passed (Y-61 N-31)

HB 21 - Engrossed, passed (Y-94 N-0)

HB 22 - Committee substitute agreed to, Delegate DeBoer floor amendment agreed to, engrossed, Passed (Y-94 N-0)

Mr. Orrock granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Mr. Louderback granted unanimous consent to introduce a resolution

Motion by Mr. Griffith to recess agreed to

House recessed at 2:45 p.m. until 3:45 p.m.

House reconvened at 3:45 p.m.

Senate communication received

Senate bills passed: SBs 9, 10

Senate joint resolutions agreed to: SJRs 15, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43

Bills and resolutions reported

From Health, Welfare and Institutions: SB 10A

From Privileges and Elections: SB 9; SJR 15

From Rules: SJR 38A

SBs 9 and 10 - Constitutional readings dispensed (Y-88 N-0)

SENATE BILLS

SB 9 - Passed (Y-50 N-34)

SB 10 - Committee amendment agreed to, Delegate Marshall floor amendment rejected, passed (Y-85 N-0)

RESOLUTIONS

SJR 15 - Agreed to (Y-83 N-1)

SJR 38 - Committee amendments agreed to, resolution agreed to (Y-85 N-0)

SJR 40 taken up and agreed to

HJR 66 taken up and agreed to

SJR 39 taken up and agreed to

SJR 41 taken up and agreed to

SJR 43 taken up and agreed to

HR 9 taken up and agreed to

HR 10 taken up and agreed to

HJR 67 taken up and agreed to

SJR 42 taken up and agreed to

Message from Senate: HB 17 passed with Senate amendment

Message from Senate: HB 18 passed with Senate amendment

HB 17 - Senate amendment agreed to (Y-61 N-4)

HB 18 - Senate amendment agreed to (Y-48 N-19)

Message from Senate: SB 10 - House amendments agreed to

Message from Senate: SJR 38 - House amendments agreed to

Senate communication received

House bills passed: HBs 21, 22

House joint resolutions agreed to: HJRs 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67

Motion by Mr. Griffith to recess until reconvened by the Joint Rules Committee agreed to

House recessed at 5:11 p.m.


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