SN10224

In the Senate
February 24, 2005

THE SENATE HAS AGREED TO WITH AMENDMENTS THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 605 Encouraging Virginia's health care community to increase the education and training of health care professionals in the techniques and benefits of palliative care, and to increase patient awareness regarding palliative care as a treatment component, in order to improve the overall quality of life for those suffering from chronic conditions, and in order to more effectively and efficiently treat the growing population of citizens suffering from chronic illnesses.

056892428

Patrons--Morgan, Alexander, Amundson, Brink, Cox, Lingamfelter, O'Bannon, Wardrup and Welch

H.J.R. 625 Requesting the Secretary of Commerce and Trade to study the possibility of exploring for natural gas in the coastal areas of the Commonwealth. Report.

051334496

Patrons--Saxman, Landes, Marshall, D.W., McDougle and Weatherholtz

H.J.R. 643 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the land application of biosolids. Report.

052089324

Patrons--Hogan, Abbitt and Byron

H.J.R. 668 Requesting the State Council of Higher Education to study the rising costs of college textbooks and textbook purchasing practices of public institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth. Report.

050964444

Patrons--Oder and Ebbin

H.J.R. 689 Directing the Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study technologies available for cost-effective toll collection. Report.

053467404

Patron--Nixon

H.J.R. 706 Supporting the Boy Scouts of America.

050952302

Patrons--Fralin, Bell, Griffith, Janis, Landes, McDonnell, Reid, Scott, E.T. and Ware, O.

H.J.R. 709 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to encourage the primary states served by the Interstate Route 81 corridor to adopt an I-81 corridor multi-state transportation planning initiative.

056308268

Patrons--Cline, Athey, Carrico, Johnson, Keister, Landes, Louderback, Rust, Saxman, Sherwood, Shuler and Weatherholtz

H.J.R. 768 Recognizing the need to encourage local governments to support the spaying and neutering of companion animals by providing incentives to citizens.

057289534

Patron--Ward


THE SENATE HAS AGREED TO WITH SUBSTITUTES THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 588 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study medical, ethical, and scientific issues relating to stem cell research conducted in the Commonwealth. Report.

056798396

Patron--Marshall, R.G.

H.J.R. 685 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study private youth and single family group homes in the Commonwealth. Report.

050961312

Patrons--Hall and Nixon; Senator: Martin

H.J.R. 704 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study Risk Management Plans for Physicians and Hospitals. Report.

053830776

Patrons--Athey, Albo, Janis, McDonnell and Melvin; Senator: Norment

H.J.R. 742 Establishing the Commission on Transportation Needs in the Commonwealth. Report.

050966536

Patron--Wardrup

H.J.R. 790 Supporting the establishment of a memorial commission to pay tribute to the students of Robert R. Moton High School in 1951. Report.

050560328

Patrons--Bryant, Cox, Griffith, Hall, Howell, W.J., Jones, D.C. and Moran; Senators: Chichester, Marsh, Saslaw and Stosch

H.J.R. 817 Supporting the establishment of a memorial commission to pay tribute to Virginia's first responders killed in the line of duty. Report.

050957484

Patrons--Reese, Abbitt, Albo, Alexander, Armstrong, Athey, BaCote, Barlow, Baskerville, Bell, Black, Brink, Callahan, Carrico, Cline, Cosgrove, Councill, Dillard, Dudley, Ebbin, Eisenberg, Fralin, Frederick, Gear, Griffith, Hall, Hamilton, Howell, A.T., Hugo, Hull, Hurt, Ingram, Janis, Joannou, Johnson, Jones, D.C., Jones, S.C., Keister, Kilgore, Landes, Lewis, Lingamfelter, Marrs, Marshall, D.W., Marshall, R.G., May, McDonnell, McDougle, McQuigg, Melvin, Miles, Miller, Moran, Morgan, Nixon, Nutter, O'Bannon, Oder, Orrock, Parrish, Petersen, Phillips, Plum, Pollard, Purkey, Putney, Rapp, Reid, Rust, Saxman, Scott, E.T., Scott, J.M., Shannon, Sherwood, Shuler, Sickles, Spruill, Stump, Suit, Tata, Van Yahres, Ward, Wardrup, Ware, R.L., Watts, Weatherholtz, Welch and Wright


THE SENATE HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 526 Establishing a committee for the purpose of commissioning a portrait of Governor Mark R. Warner for display in the Capitol.

050682138

Patron--Griffith

H.J.R. 551 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study reduction of highway noise abatement costs. Report.

051111303

Patron--Frederick

H.J.R. 573 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study the characteristics and makeup of discrete criminal street gangs. Report.

057202204

Patron--Albo

H.J.R. 574 Recognizing Chronic Kidney Disease as a health disparity and encouraging licensed health care providers to develop a plan for early identification and implementation of an appropriate clinical management program for individuals at highest risk for Chronic Kidney Disease.

056129534

Patron--Ward

H.J.R. 598 Requesting the Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry to study the use and production of biodiesel fuel in the Commonwealth. Report.

052220452

Patron--Parrish

H.J.R. 646 Requesting the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program, with the assistance of the State Corporation Commission, the Office of the Attorney General, the State Workers’ Compensation Commission and other state agencies, to develop recommendations for adequately funding the Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Fund. Report.

054356524

Patron--Tata

H.J.R. 656 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the taxes, assessments, and fees imposed by the Commonwealth that generate little revenue. Report.

050965512

Patron--Spruill

H.J.R. 657 Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study a "no wrong door" approach for long-term care services in Virginia. Report.

056229127

Patrons--Rust, Brink and Watts; Senators: Houck, Marsh and Potts

H.J.R. 664 Requesting the Department of Taxation to study the use of tax stamps by Virginia's localities as evidence of the payment of local cigarette taxes by wholesalers. Report.

052242440

Patron--Abbitt

H.J.R. 667 Encouraging the State Board of Elections to review the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act to determine the need for clarification and reorganization of the law.

050434312

Patrons--Albo, Brink, Hall and Jones, S.C.

H.J.R. 669 Designating the Tuesday prior to Election Day each year as Youth Political Education Day in Virginia.

058359348

Patrons--Janis; Senator: Bolling

H.J.R. 686 Requesting the Real Estate Board to review the study conducted by the Old Dominion University Center for Real Estate and Economic Development on common interest communities that was funded through a grant from the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation and the Virginia Real Estate Board and which includes an analysis of the adequacy of training of, and disclosure of financial information to consumers by, financially compensated professional managers of condominium associations, property owners' associations and other similar common interest communities. Report.

053630520

Patron--Suit

H.J.R. 688 Designating the first week in October in 2005, and in each succeeding year, as Teenage Dating Abuse Awareness Week in Virginia.

055410216

Patron--Armstrong

H.J.R. 701 Encouraging the Commissioner of the Department for the Aging and the Commissioner of Health to provide information on wrap-around coverage offered by some pharmaceutical companies for low-income Medicare beneficiaries.

050159136

Patrons--Brink, Athey, Hamilton, Landes and Morgan; Senators: Houck, Lambert and Puller

H.J.R. 702 Encouraging the Department for the Aging, the Department of Medical Assistance Services, and the Department of Health to consult with the Virginia Dental Association and the Virginia Health Care Foundation on the feasibility of disseminating certain information on prescription assistance programs and prescription drug discount cards.

050158136

Patrons--Morgan, Athey, Hamilton and Landes

H.J.R. 707 Continuing and renaming the Joint Subcommittee to Study the Appropriate Balance of Power Between the Legislative and Executive Branches to Support a Two-term Governor in the Commonwealth. Report.

050418376

Patrons--Landes and Purkey; Senator: Locke

H.J.R. 710 Establishing a joint subcommittee to plan and coordinate the 200th anniversary celebration of the birth of Robert E. Lee. Report.

059071268

Patron--Cline

H.J.R. 711 Expressing the General Assembly's support for the Virginia Hydrogen Energy Plan.

050953404

Patrons--McDonnell and Welch

H.J.R. 713 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the need for greater consolidation or coordination of the workforce development and training resources available in the Commonwealth. Report.

050433256

Patrons--Byron, Cole and Hogan

H.J.R. 747 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study relocating the Museum and White House of the Confederacy. Report.

053171348

Patrons--Janis, Brink, Cline, Councill, Hall, Hargrove, Hugo, O'Bannon, Reid and Ware, R.L.; Senator: Lambert

H.J.R. 750 Designating the Virginia Holocaust Museum as the official museum in the Commonwealth for the commemoration of the Holocaust.

058308440

Patrons--O'Bannon, Baskerville, Cox, Hall, Hamilton, Ingram, Janis, Jones, D.C., Jones, S.C., Landes, Lingamfelter, Marrs, McDougle, Miles, Nixon, Oder, Reid, Scott, E.T., Sherwood and Welch; Senators: Lambert, Marsh, Stosch and Watkins

H.J.R. 757 Confirming various appointments by the Speaker of the House of Delegates.

050326328

Patron--Ingram

H.J.R. 770 Supporting the suspension or repeal of the proposed amended regulation, 22 VAC 15-30, concerning Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers.

051970388

Patrons--Marrs, Bland, Callahan, Cox, Dillard, Gear, Griffith, Hargrove, Howell, A.T., Joannou, Jones, D.C., McQuigg, Nixon, Parrish, Putney, Saxman, Suit and Wardrup; Senators: Wagner and Williams

H.J.R. 789 Supporting the Heartland Corridor.

053536302

Patron--Fralin

H.J.R. 818 Requesting the Medical Society of Virginia, Virginia Association of Health Plans, Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, Board of Medicine, and Department of Health to meet and report concerning high-deductible health insurance plans and quality initiatives. Report.

050962316

Patron--Hamilton

H.J.R. 819 Memoralizing the United States Coast Guard to maintain the Memorial Day to Labor Day lift schedule at the Rt. 17 South/Dominion Boulevard "Steel Bridge" over the Elizabeth River.

059701276

Patrons--Cosgrove, Howell, A.T., Jones, S.C., Melvin, Spruill and Suit

H.J.R. 821 Directing the Joint Rules Committee to develop the plans for the 2006 Inaugural Ceremonies to be held at the Reconstructed Capitol in Williamsburg.

050958480

Patrons--Rapp, Abbitt, Albo, Alexander, Amundson, Armstrong, Athey, BaCote, Barlow, Bell, Black, Bland, Brink, Bryant, Byron, Callahan, Carrico, Cline, Cosgrove, Councill, Cox, Dillard, Dudley, Ebbin, Eisenberg, Fralin, Frederick, Gear, Griffith, Hall, Hamilton, Hargrove, Hogan, Howell, A.T., Howell, W.J., Hugo, Hull, Hurt, Ingram, Janis, Joannou, Johnson, Jones, S.C., Keister, Kilgore, Landes, Lewis, Lingamfelter, Louderback, Marrs, Marshall, D.W., Marshall, R.G., May, McDonnell, McDougle, McQuigg, Melvin, Miles, Miller, Moran, Morgan, Nutter, O'Bannon, Oder, Parrish, Petersen, Phillips, Plum, Pollard, Purkey, Putney, Reese, Reid, Rust, Saxman, Scott, E.T., Scott, J.M., Shannon, Sherwood, Shuler, Sickles, Spruill, Stump, Suit, Tata, Van Yahres, Ward, Wardrup, Ware, O., Ware, R.L., Watts, Weatherholtz, Welch and Wright; Senators: Bell, Blevins, Cuccinelli, Devolites Davis, Edwards, Hanger, Hawkins, Locke, Mims, Newman, Norment, Obenshain, O'Brien, Potts, Quayle, Rerras, Ruff, Saslaw, Stolle, Stosch, Wagner, Wampler, Watkins and Williams

H.J.R. 850 Commending the Stafford County Youth Driver Task Force and reaffirming the General Assembly's commitment to improving driving conditions for the young people of the Commonwealth.

058431328

Patrons--Howell, W.J. and Cole; Senator: Chichester


IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.




Susan Clarke Schaar
Clerk of the Senate

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