SENATE OF VIRGINIA                                          MINUTE BOOK



                           Wednesday, February 23, 1994

Called to order at 12 m. by Lt. Governor, Donald S. Beyer, Jr.

Prayer offered by Rabbi Rosalind Gold
  The Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation, Reston, Virginia.

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS - Quorum Present.

Motion of Senator Walker dispensed with reading of Journal (34-Y 0-N).

HOUSE COMMUNICATION RECEIVED:  (Reading waived 35-Y 1-N).
  Senate Bills Passed with House Amendments:  SB 430, 465.
  House Bills with Senate Amendments Concurred In: HB 41, 105, 354, 733, 920.

Senate Bills with House Amendments Placed on Calendar.

BILLS REPORTED:
  From Finance: HB 21S, 133, 215, 254S,  267, 310, 314A, 335, 437A, 447, 468,
    474, 494S, 700, 748, 879S, 1087, 1136A, 1399A.

Leaves of absence granted:  Senators Earley and Stosch.

S.R. 12 and 13 offered by Senator E.M. Holland.

CALENDAR

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  S.B. 18 with House Amendment concurred in (36-Y 0-N).
  S.B. 462 with House Amendment concurred in (37-Y 0-N).

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

  HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME, ENGROSSED AND PASSED:
    Block vote:  (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 80
    H.B. 164
    H.B. 165
    H.B. 166
    H.B. 167
    H.B. 174
    H.B. 176
    H.B. 237
    H.B. 280
    H.B. 293
    H.B. 294SA R.J. Holland floor Amendments agreed to.
    H.B. 333
    H.B. 337
    H.B. 343
    H.B. 349
    H.B. 350
    H.B. 351
    H.B. 380
    H.B. 382A
    H.B. 387
    H.B. 388A
    H.B. 396
    H.B. 441
    H.B. 443
    H.B. 444
    H.B. 485A
    H.B. 492
    H.B. 502
    H.B. 504
    H.B. 511

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE:  House agreed to HJR 358 (election of Circuit Court and
  General District Court Judges).

CALENDAR (continued)

    H.B. 536
    H.B. 570
    H.B. 572
    H.B. 589
    H.B. 598S
    H.B. 604
    H.B. 605
    H.B. 607
    H.B. 608
    H.B. 609A
    H.B. 626A
    H.B. 634
    H.B. 643
    H.B. 644
    H.B. 646
    H.B. 704
    H.B. 710
    H.B. 734
    H.B. 754
    H.B. 757
    H.B. 788
    H.B. 793
    H.B. 830
    H.B. 858
    H.B. 883
    H.B. 904
    H.B. 957
    H.B. 992
    H.B. 995
    H.B. 997S
    H.B. 998
    H.B. 1040
    H.B. 1047
    H.B. 1057
    H.B. 1067A
    H.B. 1076
    H.B. 1080
    H.B. 1082
    H.B. 1139
    H.B. 1213
    H.B. 1233
    H.B. 1247
    H.B. 1251
    H.B. 1368
    H.B. 1370
    H.B. 409 (36-Y 1-N 1-A).

  HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED BY FOR DAY:
    H.B. 211A
    H.B. 90A
    H.B. 512

H.J.R. 358, Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N),
  readings waived, agreed to (voice vote).  House informed.

Rules suspended, privilege of the floor given to distinguished visitors
  (37-Y 0-N).

Rules suspended, privilege of the floor given to distinguished visitors
  (34-Y 0-N).

CALENDAR (continued)

REGULAR CALENDAR

  HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME, ENGROSSED AND PASSED:
    H.B. 99 (29-Y 9-N).
    H.B. 205 (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 462 (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 610 (37-Y 1-N), reconsideration agreed to (35-Y 0-N), passed
      (36-Y 1-N).
    H.B. 654A (36-Y 2-N).
    H.B. 732A Rereferred to Finance.
    H.B. 840S (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 1358 (36-Y 1-N).

  HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED BY FOR DAY:
    H.B. 558
    H.B. 983A

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

  HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING:
    Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 4
    H.B. 6
    H.B. 11
    H.B. 19A
    H.B. 22
    H.B. 23
    H.B. 26
    H.B. 28A
    H.B. 37
    H.B. 38
    H.B. 62
    H.B. 65
    H.B. 67
    H.B. 72
    H.B. 74A
    H.B. 79
    H.B. 86
    H.B. 88S
    H.B. 97
    H.B. 114A
    H.B. 115
    H.B. 137A
    H.B. 149
    H.B. 155
    H.B. 157
    H.B. 161
    H.B. 169
    H.B. 170
    H.B. 181
    H.B. 207
    H.B. 225
    H.B. 242
    H.B. 252
    H.B. 282A
    H.B. 299A
    H.B. 336
    H.B. 406
    H.B. 407
    H.B. 418
    H.B. 476
    H.B. 478
    H.B. 480
    H.B. 505
    H.B. 508
    H.B. 538
    H.B. 587
    H.B. 597A
    H.B. 616
    H.B. 622
    H.B. 698
    H.B. 702
    H.B. 712
    H.B. 814A
    H.B. 823
    H.B. 847
    H.B. 923
    H.B. 949
    H.B. 956
    H.B. 1001A
    H.B. 1020
    H.B. 1085
    H.B. 1110
    H.B. 1129
    H.B. 1143
    H.B. 1177
    H.B. 1204
    H.B. 1206
    H.B. 1249
    H.B. 1269S
    H.B. 1298
    H.B. 1342
    H.B. 1376
    H.B. 1402
    H.B. 1405

REGULAR CALENDAR

  HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING:
    Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (38-Y 0-N).
    H.B. 89A
    H.B. 173
    H.B. 251
    H.B. 637
    H.B. 1088
    H.B. 1153
    H.B. 1293S
    H.B. 1294S

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

  SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING:
    Special and Continuing Order set for Thursday, February 24, 1994
    at 12:30 p.m.
    S.B. 30A
    S.B. 31A

  HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON SECOND READING:
    Rules suspended, reading waived (37-Y 0-N).
    H.J.R. 4
    H.J.R. 341

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE:  House is ready to proceed with election of certain
  judges.

S.R. 12, Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (36-Y 0-N),
  agreed to (voice vote).

S.R. 13, Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N),
  Potts floor Amendment rejected (15-Y 23-N), agreed to (voice vote).

House informed that nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 358.

S.J.R. 212 and 213 offered by Senator Nolen (unanimous consent).

Resolutions presented and laid on Clerk's Desk under Senate Rule 26(g)
  and HJR 2:  See February 24 Senate Calendar.

ELECTION OF CIRCUIT COURT AND GENERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGES.

Election of Circuit Court Judges: (33-Y 0-N).
  Fourth Judicial Circuit:  Charles E. Poston.
  Twelfth Judicial Circuit:  William R. Shelton.
  Twenty-seventh Judicial Circuit:  Colin R. Gibb.
  Twenty-seventh Judicial Circuit:  Ray W. Grubbs.

Election of General District Court Judges: (26-Y 4-N).
  Second Judicial District:  Virginia L. Cochran.
  Ninth Judicial District:  William H. Shaw, III.
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Jonathan C. Thacher.
  Twenty-sixth Judicial District:  David N. Crump, Jr.

On motion of Senator Walker, the Senate adjourned at 1:05 p.m.
  to convene Thursday, February 24 at 12 m.  Pursuant to Rule 21(d)ii,
  the Clerk was ordered to receive the Committee Reports.

BILLS REPORTED:
  From Courts of Justice: HB 171, 209, 226, 241, 256S, 481A, 540, 544,
    563S, 624A, 693, 809S, 837A, 862A, 950, 1188S, 1243S, 1305, 1323A, 1353,
    1366 rereferred to Education and Health.
  From General Laws: HB 29S, 69, 195, 239S, 248 rereferred to Courts of
    Justice, 289, 304, 312S, 315, 342, 393S, 395SA, 401, 403A, 413A, 467A,
    493A, 588A, 592, 599, 607, 630, 642, 650A, 670, 677A, 731, 763A, 819S,
    886A, 980S, 1115A, 1145, 1205, 1291 rereferred to Finance, 1322
    rereferred to Rehabilitation and Social Services, 1401.





Key:  A = Amendment(s);  S = Substitute;  SA = Substitute with Amendment(s)

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