Wednesday, January 26, 1994


Called to order at 12 m. by Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's Table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Samuel Griffith, Pastor
  Union Street Missionary Baptist Church, Danville, Virginia

Attendance Roll Call - Quorum Present

Leave of Absence granted for portion of the session:  Mr. Ball

Journal for Tuesday, January 25, 1994 approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication received:
  Senate Bills passed:  SB 18, 64, 86

Bills and Resolution reported:
  From Appropriations:  HB 207
  From Claims:  HB 135A (Referred), 145S (Referred)
  From Conservation and Natural Resources:  HB 90A, 174S, 243, 333,
    349S, 350, 351A
  From Counties, Cities and Towns:  HB 14 (Referred), 27 (Referred)
    316 (Referred)
  From Courts of Justice:  HB 227A, 228, 229S, 398
  From Labor and Commerce:  HB 378, 379A
  From Mining and Mineral Resources:  HB 444 (Referred)
  From Privileges and Elections:  HB 28S, 65A, 142S; HJR 20A

HJR 340 (Election of Circuit Court Judges, General District Court Judges,
  Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges, and a member of
  the State Corporation Commission at 12:30 p.m.) offered by Mr. Cranwell
  and agreed to (Y-98 N-0)

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
H.B. 253A
H.B. 260A

BLOCK VOTE:  (Y-97 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 245      - (Y-85 N-9)
H.B. 219      - (Y-96 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
H.B. 82       - Mr. DeBoer floor amendment agreed to and bill engrossed
H.B. 197A     - Moved to Regular Calendar, Committee amendment agreed to,
                Mr. Armstrong floor amendment agreed to and bill engrossed
H.B. 217      - Engrossed
H.B. 221      - Engrossed, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 255      - Engrossed
H.B. 322      - Engrossed, reconsideration agreed to and bill passed by
H.B. 332      - Engrossed

Message from Senate:  HJR 340 agreed to

House ready to proceed with Joint Order

Message from Senate:  Senate ready to proceed with Joint Order

HR 6 (Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships) offered
  by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 7 (Nominating persons to be elected to general district court
  judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 8 (Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic
  relations district court judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand
  and agreed to

HR 9 (Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the State
  Corporation Commission) offered by Mr. Plum and agreed to

Message from Senate:  Nominations have been made for certain judicial
  offices

 Election of Circuit Court Judges:
  Second Judicial Circuit:  Alan E. Rosenblatt
  Fifth Judicial Circuit:  E. Everett Bagnell
  Fifth Judicial Circuit:  Westbrook J. Parker
  Sixth Judicial Circuit:  Robert G. O'Hara, Jr.
  Seventh Judicial Circuit:  J. Warren Stephens
  Eleventh Judicial Circuit:  Thomas V. Warren
  Thirteenth Judicial Circuit:  Robert L. Harris, Sr.
  Fourteenth Judicial Circuit:  James E. Kulp
  Fifteenth Judicial Circuit:  Richard H. C. Taylor
  Seventeenth Judicial Circuit:  Paul F. Sheridan
  Eighteenth Judicial Circuit:  Alfred D. Swersky
  Twenty-fifth Judicial Circuit:  Rudolph Bumgardner, III
  Twenty-ninth Judicial Circuit:  Donald A. McGlothlin, Jr.
  Twenty-ninth Judicial Circuit:  Donald R. Mullins
  Thirty-first Judicial Circuit:  Frank A. Hoss, Jr.

Election of General District Court Judges:
  First Judicial District:  V. Thomas Forehand, Jr.
  Third Judicial District:  James A. Cales, Jr.
  Fourth Judicial District:  Luther C. Edmonds
  Twelfth Judicial District:  Philip V. Daffron
  Fourteenth Judicial District:  Burnett Miller, III
  Fifteenth Judicial District:  John R. Stevens
  Seventeenth Judicial District:  Eleanor S. Dobson
  Seventeenth Judicial District:  Francis E. Thomas
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Stewart P. Davis
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Barbara L. Kimble
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Donald P. McDonough
  Twenty-fourth Judicial District:  Joseph M. Serkes
  Twenty-fifth Judicial District:  Louis K. Campbell

Election of Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges:
  Fourth Judicial District:  Lester V. Moore, Jr.
  Fourth Judicial District:  Charles E. Poston
  Sixth Judicial District:  Samuel E. Campbell
  Tenth Judicial District:  Michael M. Rand
  Sixteenth Judicial District:  Edward DeJ. Berry
  Sixteenth Judicial District:  Jannene L. Shannon
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Gaylord L. Finch, Jr.
  Twenty-third Judicial District:  John B. Ferguson
  Twenty-fourth Judicial District:  Dale H. Harris
  Twenty-fifth Judicial District:  Dudley J. Emick, Jr.
  Twenty-fifth Judicial District:  Harrison May
  Twenty-eighth Judicial District:  Eugene E. Lohman

Election of Member of State Corporation Commission:
  Preston C. Shannon

CALENDAR (continued)

HOUSE BILL READ SECOND TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 306 - Engrossed

RESOLUTIONS AGREED TO
REGULAR CALENDAR
S.J.R. 36     - (Y-94 N-0)
S.J.R. 37     - (Y-89 N-0)
S.J.R. 39     - (Y-97 N-0)
S.J.R. 40     - (Y-98 N-0)
S.J.R. 41     - (Y-89 N-0)
S.J.R. 42     - (Y-99 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
H.B. 71
H.B. 91A
H.B. 97A
H.B. 176A
H.B. 190
H.B. 262
H.B. 263
H.B. 266A
H.B. 280A
H.B. 284
H.B. 287
H.B. 300
H.B. 301
H.B. 311
H.B. 313A
H.B. 326
H.B. 334
H.B. 346
H.B. 352
H.B. 360
H.B. 366
H.B. 367
H.B. 368
H.B. 369
H.B. 370
H.B. 371
H.B. 372
H.B. 397
H.B. 400
H.B. 421

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 293
H.B. 302A
H.B. 375

SENATE BILLS READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED
S.B. 4
S.B. 8
S.B. 21
S.B. 89

SJR 35 taken up and agreed to (Y-94 N-2)

SJR 38 taken up and agreed to (Y-98 N-0)

Mr. Robinson requested the unanimous consent of the House to introduce
  a resolution and a bill.  The unanimous consent of the House was given.

Motion by Mr. Cranwell to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at 2:05 p.m. to meet Thursday, January 27, 1994 at 12 m.



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