Saturday, March 12, 1994


Called to order at 10:00 a.m. by Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's Table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Roger Williams, Pastor
  Chamberlayne Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia

Attendance Roll Call - Quorum Present

Journal for Friday, March 11, 1994 approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication received:
  House Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  HB 239, 310, 403, 514, 801,
    889, 1115, 1265
  House Bill Amended in Accordance with Recommendation of Governor:  HB 18
  Senate Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  SB 166, 415, 466, 513, 590

Mr. Almand requested the unanimous consent of the House to introduce a
  resolution.  The unanimous consent of the House was given.

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILLS WITH RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE GOVERNOR
H.B. 339   - (Y-97 N-0)
H.B. 478   - (Y-95 N-0)

SENATE RESOLUTION REFERRED
S.J.R. 229

SB 159 Conference Report agreed to (Y-92 N-3)

SB 176 Conference Report agreed to (Y-89 N-6)

SB 241 Conference Report agreed to (Y-91 N-6)

SB 248 Conference Report agreed to (Y-66 N-30)

HB 661 Conference Report agreed to (Y-90 N-6)

HJR 393 Taken up and agreed to

House recessed at 10:45 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

HB 142 Conference Report agreed to (Y-90 N-0)

HB 464 Conference Report agreed to (Y-94 N-0)

HB 314 Conference Report agreed to (Y-93 N-2)

HB 581 Conference Report agreed to (Y-96 N-0)

HJR 263 Stricken from Calendar

Senate Communication No. 1 received:
  House Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  HB 142, 661, 1033
  House Bills Amended in Accordance with Recommendations of Governor:
    HB 253, 1391
  Senate Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  SB 176, 248

House recessed at 11:50 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

House recessed at 2:15 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Message from Senate:  HB 31 Conference Report agreed to

Message from Senate:  HB 30 Conference Report agreed to

Message from Senate:  SB 610 passed

Message from Senate:  HB 422 Conference Report rejected

Senate Communication No. 2 received:
  House Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  HB 314, 464, 581
  House Bills Amended in Accordance with Recommendations of Governor:
    HB 339, 368, 436, 478, 620, 725, 892, 1199
  House Joint Resolutions agreed to:  HJR 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 385,
  386, 388, 390, 391, 392, 393

HB 31 Conference Report agreed to (Y-96 N-2)

HB 30 Conference Report agreed to (Y-80 N-20)

SB 155 Conference Report agreed to (Y-99 N-1)

HB 422 Conference Report agreed to (Y-71 N-28)

HB 730 Conference Report agreed to (Y-96 N-1)

HB's 1492 and 1493 - Conferees granted leave to meet while House in session

HB 1322 Conference Report agreed to (Y- 93 N-3)

HJR 281 Conference Report agreed to (Y-88 N-3)

SB 88 Conference Report agreed to (Y-64 N-32)

HB 947 Conference Report agreed to (Y-94 N-1)

HJR 395 taken up and agreed to

SB 610 Motion to discharge Committee for Courts of Justice tabled (Y-52 N-48)

House recessed at 5:45 p.m. until 6:15 p.m.

SB 79 Conference Report agreed to (Y-93 N-2)

Senate Communication No. 3 received:
  House Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  HB 202, 615, 730, 769, 809,
    947, 1160, 1322
  Senate Bills, Conference Reports agreed to:  SB 79, 88, 155, 159, 340
  House Joint Resolution, Conference Report agreed to:  HJR 281
  Senate Joint Resolution, Conference Report agreed to:  SJR 116
  House Bill Stricken from Calendar:  HB 230

HB 202 Conference Report agreed to (Y-97 N-0)

SB 340 Conference Report agreed to (Y-98 N-0)

HB 615 Conference Report agreed to (Y-93 N-4)

Message from Senate:  HB 1146 Conference Report agreed to

Message from Senate:  HJR 387 agreed to with Senate Amendment

Bill reported:
  From Courts of Justice:  SB 610

HB 201 Stricken from Calendar

SB 81 Stricken from Calendar

HB 769 Conference Report agreed to (Y-54 N-45)

HB 1146 Conference Report agreed to (Y-100 N-0)

HB 1160 Conference Report agreed to (Y-99 N-0)

SJR 116 Conference Report rejected (Y-33 N-66)

HJR 387 Senate Amendment agreed to

SUPPLEMENTAL CALENDAR

SENATE BILL READ SECOND TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
S.B. 610    - Constitutional Reading Dispensed (Y-96 N-0), bill
              passed (Y-82 N-16)

HB 1294 Conference Report - Motion made to challenge ruling of the Chair,
  ruling of Chair sustained (Y-99 N-1), Conference Report agreed to
  (Y-73 N-25)

Senate Communication No. 4 received:
  House Bill, Conference Report agreed to:  HB 1294
  Senate Bill, Conference Report agreed to:  SB 500
  House Joint Resolution agreed to:  HJR 395

SB 500 Conference Report agreed to (Y-91 N-7)

HB 1293 Stricken from Calendar

SB 503 Stricken from Calendar

SB 558 Stricken from Calendar

HJR 394 (Election of Circuit Court Judges, General District Court Judges,
  and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges) offered by
  Mr. Cranwell and agreed to (Y-94 N-0)

Message from Senate:  HJR 394 agreed to

House ready to proceed with Joint Order

Message from Senate:  Senate ready to proceed with Joint Order

Message from Senate:  HJR 263 Stricken from Senate Calendar

HR 19 (Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships)
  offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 20 (Nominating persons to be elected to general district court
  judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 21 (Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic
  relations district court judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand and
  agreed to

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

Election of Circuit Court Judges:
  Sixteenth Judicial Circuit:  John R. Cullen
  Twenty-third Judicial Circuit:  Richard C. Pattisall

Election of General District Court Judges:
  Judicial District Two-A:  Robert B. Phillips
  Twelfth Judicial District:  Thomas L. Murphey
  Twenty-second Judicial District:  George A. Jones, Jr.
  Twenty-third Judicial District:  Vincent A. Lilley

Election of Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges:
  Judicial District Two-A:  B. Bryan Milbourne
  Fourteenth Judicial District:  A. Elisabeth Oxenham
  Sixteenth Judicial District:  Frank W. Somerville
  Eighteenth Judicial District:  Nolan B. Dawkins
  Twenty-second Judicial District:  David A. Melesco
  Twenty-third Judicial District:  Joseph P. Bounds

HJR 396 (Adjournment Sine Die) offered by Mr. Cranwell and agreed to

Message from Senate:  HJR 396 agreed to

Messrs. Diamonstein, Ball, Cranwell, Mrs. Keating, Messrs. Robinson and
  Wilkins appointed committee from House to notify Governor of adjournment
  sine die

Communication from Governor received and read.

House adjourned sine die at 9:06 p.m.

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