Minute Book
2014 Session
Senate of Virginia
RALPH S. NORTHAM, PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE
SUSAN CLARKE SCHAAR, CLERK
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
 

 

Called to order at 12 m. by Lt. Governor Ralph S. Northam

Prayer offered by The Reverend Antonio O. Clinkscales, Mount Tabor Baptist Church, Milford, Virginia

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS: quorum present

Motion of Senator Stuart dispensed with reading of Journal (31-Y 5-N)

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: House agreed to HJR 143 (Election of Judges of the Court of Appeals of Virginia, 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 Workers’ Compensation Commission)

BILLS REPORTED

From Commerce and Labor: SB 18A, 70, 86, 88, 110A, 150, 359, 360, 404, 406, 479, 514, 516, 517

From Finance: SB 66S, 68, 79S, 87S, 187, 288S, 394, 414A, 420

From General Laws and Technology: SB 28 rereferred to Finance, 108S, 202, 206S, 282 rereferred to Finance, 299A, 326A, 347S, 348, 358, 391, 399A, 438

BILLS REREFERRED

From Commerce and Labor: SB 510 rereferred to Courts of Justice

From Finance: SB 285 rereferred to Courts of Justice, 352 rereferred to Courts of Justice, 364 rereferred to Courts of Justice, 478 rereferred to Courts of Justice, 489 rereferred to Courts of Justice

From General Laws and Technology: SB 77 rereferred to Education and Health, 153 rereferred to Rehabilitation and Social Services, 246 rereferred to Education and Health, 304 rereferred to Education and Health, 369 rereferred to Rehabilitation and Social Services, 413 rereferred to Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, 426 rereferred to Rehabilitation and Social Services, 535 rereferred to Education and Health

SJ 92 - Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), Agreed to (voice vote)

Bills presented, ordered printed and referred/joint resolutions laid on Clerk’s Desk under Senate Rules 11(b), (26)g and HJR 17: see January 15 Senate Calendar

SR 17, 18, 19, and 20 offered by Senator McDougle

SR 21 and 22 offered by Senator Watkins

HJR 143 - Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), reading waived, agreed to (38‑Y 0‑N), House informed

Joint Order pursuant to HJR 143

SR 17 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

SR 18 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

SR 19 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

SR 20 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

SR 21 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

SR 22 - Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38‑Y 0‑N), engrossed, agreed to (voice vote)

House informed that nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 143

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: Nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 143

ELECTION OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA, 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 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Judges of the Court of Appeals of Virginia (37‑Y 0‑N)

Randolph A. Beales

Marla Graff Decker

William G. Petty

Circuit Court Judges (38‑Y 0‑N)

Second Judicial Circuit: Steven C. Frucci

Third Judicial Circuit: James C. Hawks

Fifth Judicial Circuit: Robert R. Sandwich, Jr.

Seventh Judicial Circuit: Timothy S. Fisher

Ninth Judicial Circuit: Thomas B. Hoover

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit: C. N. Jenkins, Jr.

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: Lee A. Harris, Jr.

Twentieth Judicial Circuit: Stephen E. Sincavage

Twenty-first Judicial Circuit: David V. Williams

Twenty-fourth Judicial Circuit: James W. Updike, Jr.

Twenty-fifth Judicial Circuit: Charles L. Ricketts III

Twenty-seventh Judicial Circuit: Josiah T. Showalter, Jr.

General District Court Judges (38‑Y 0‑N)

Second Judicial District: Salvatore R. Iaquinto

Second Judicial District: Elizabeth S. Hodges

Fourth Judicial District: Joan E. Mahoney

Fifth Judicial District: W. Parker Councill

Sixth Judicial District: Stephen D. Bloom

Eighth Judicial District: Albert W. Patrick III

Eleventh Judicial District: Ray P. Lupold III

Sixteenth Judicial District: William G. Barkley

Eighteenth Judicial District: Donald M. Haddock, Jr.

Nineteenth Judicial District: Penney S. Azcarate

Twentieth Judicial District: Dean S. Worcester

Twenty-third Judicial District: Francis W. Burkart III

Out of block, Nineteenth Judicial District: Ian M. O’Flaherty (37-Y 0-N)

Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges (38‑Y 0‑N)

Judicial District 2-A: Croxton Gordon

Thirteenth Judicial District: Marilynn C. Goss

Thirteenth Judicial District: Angela Edwards Roberts

Fifteenth Judicial District: Georgia Sutton

Nineteenth Judicial District: Janine M. Saxe

Twenty-fifth Judicial District: Laura L. Dascher

Twenty-eighth Judicial District: Florence A. Powell

Thirtieth Judicial District: Jeffrey Hamilton

Thirty-first Judicial District: George M. DePolo

Thirty-first Judicial District: Janice Justina Wellington 

A Member of the State Corporation Commission (38‑Y 0‑N)

James C. Dimitri

A Member of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission (38‑Y 0‑N)

Roger L. Williams

Reading of report waived (35‑Y 2‑N)

CALENDAR

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING

SB 90 - Read third time and passed Senate (38-Y 0-N)

SB 388 - Read third time and passed Senate (38-Y 0-N) 

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING

SB 5 - Read second time, Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 37 - Read second time, Committee substitute agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 50 - Read second time, Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 104 - Read second time, Committee amendment agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 178 - Read second time, Committee substitute agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 337 - Read second time, Committee substitute agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

SB 371 - Read second time, Engrossed by Senate block vote (voice vote)

REGULAR CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING

SB 145 - Read second time, Committee amendments agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate (voice vote)

SB 268 - Read second time, Committee amendment agreed to (voice vote), Engrossed by Senate (voice vote)

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING

SB 31 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 85 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 94 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 185 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 186 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 245 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 253 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 271 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

REGULAR CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING

SB 59 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

SB 230 - Rules suspended, Constitutional reading dispensed block vote (38-Y 0-N), Passed by for day

COMMUNICATION FROM HOUSE (HN10114)

The House of Delegates has agreed to the following Senate joint resolution: SJ 92

On motion of Senator Stosch, the Senate adjourned at 1:23 p.m. to convene Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at 12 m.

 

 


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