In the House of Delegates February 1, 1994
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:
H.B. 18 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 2.1-483.1:1, relating to value engineering in capital projects.
Patrons--Scott, Albo, Almand, Callahan, Fisher, Harris, Hull, Keating, Mayer, Plum and Puller; Senators: Calhoun and Howell
H.B. 224 A BILL to amend and reenact § 54.1-405 of the Code of Virginia, relating to certification of landscape architects.
H.B. 278 A BILL to amend and reenact § 36-139 of the Code of Virginia, relating to powers of the Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development.
Patrons--Callahan and Harris; Senator: Howell
Patrons--Harris, Councill and Grayson; Senators: Calhoun and Woods
H.B. 308 A BILL to amend and reenact § 58.1-4020 of the Code of Virginia, relating to unclaimed prizes for winning state lottery tickets.
H.B. 381 A BILL to repeal the second enactment of Chapter 593 of the Acts of Assembly of 1991, as amended by Chapter 206 of the Acts of Assembly of 1992, relating to location of jail facilities.
Patrons--Orrock and Morgan; Senator: Cross
H.B. 387 A BILL to amend and reenact § 6.1-60.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to banking and finance; enforceability of loans secured by stock of lending bank.
Patrons--Bennett, Heilig, Parrish, Robinson and Woodrum
H.B. 419 A BILL to amend and reenact § 19.2-389 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 4.1-103.1, relating to criminal history records checks by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
Patrons--Mayer and Almand
H.B. 483 A BILL to amend and reenact § 6.1-225.19 of the Code of Virginia, relating to unlawful use of the words "credit union."
H.B. 484 A BILL to amend and reenact § 6.1-225.60 of the Code of Virginia, relating to credit unions; definition of risk assets.
H.B. 502 A BILL to amend and reenact § 13.1-603 of the Code of Virginia, relating to dual incorporation.
IT HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
H.J.R. 25 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to grant federal recognition to seven state-recognized Indian tribes in Virginia.
Patrons--Cooper; Senator: Waddell
H.J.R. 26 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning a vision for management of the Commonwealth's work force.
Patrons--Hull, Ball, Heilig, Putney and Reid; Senators: Andrews, Benedetti, Holland, R.J. and Walker
H.J.R. 28 Requesting the several school boards to implement stringent standards for time-on-task.
Patrons--Johnson, Armstrong and Davies
H.J.R. 39 Urging the United States Postal Service to issue an organ donor postage stamp.
Patron--Tata (By Request)
H.J.R. 40 Requesting the Attorney General of Virginia to determine the merits of a Michigan legal action alleging violations of the civil rights of America's POWs/MIAs and demanding the release of documents concerning the fate of these individuals.
Patron--Tata (By Request)
H.J.R. 67 Requesting the Virginia Recycling Market Development Council to examine certain measures which enhance the use of recycled materials.
Patrons--Plum, Almand, Connally, Darner, Davies, Keating, Mayer, Scott, Van Landingham, Van Yahres and Watkins; Senators: Gartlan and Marye
H.J.R. 69 Requesting the Virginia Department of Corrections to proceed with the mental health staffing plan to provide acute mental health treatment to women at the Marion Correctional Treatment Center.
Patrons--Van Landingham, Brickley, Christian, Connally, Cunningham, Hall, Jackson, Robinson and Thomas; Senator: Howell
H.J.R. 70 Requesting the Department of Criminal Justice Services to organize and convene a task force to study and evaluate pre- and post-incarceration services and service delivery in Virginia.
Patrons--Van Landingham, Brickley, Christian, Clement, Connally, Cunningham, Hall, McClure, Robinson and Thomas; Senator: Howell
H.J.R. 71 Requesting the Virginia Department of Corrections to begin the licensure process for all sheltered care units which provide inpatient mental health treatment and are located in adult correctional centers, and to work with the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services to obtain licensure.
Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Connally, Cunningham, Hall, Robinson and Thomas; Senator: Howell
H.J.R. 82 Requesting the Department of Social Services to develop a plan which would provide for and require minimum competency standards for Child Protective Services staff, including additional training and regular reassessment.
Patrons--Puller, Baker, Darner and DeBoer; Senators: Houck and Howell
H.J.R. 83 Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to evaluate the implementation of the recommendations made by the Commission on the Coordination of the Delivery of Services to Facilitate the Self-Sufficiency and Support of Persons with Physical and Sensory Disabilities.
Patrons--Mayer, Diamonstein, Giesen and Keating
H.J.R. 85 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly in support of a favorable resolution concerning how the Metropolitan Washington region must "account for" growth in emissions and the use of "episodic" reduction measures as part of the region's plan to attain federal clean air standards.
Patrons--Mayer, Albo, Almand, Brickley, Callahan, Connally, Darner, Dillard, Harris, Hull, Keating, Marshall, May, McClure, Mims, O'Brien, Parrish, Plum, Puller, Rollison, Scott and Van Landingham; Senators: Barry, Calhoun, Colgan, Gartlan, Holland, E.M., Howell, Saslaw, Waddell and Woods
H.J.R. 86 Memorializing Congress to consider carefully the costs of re-authorizing the Safe Drinking Water Amendments of 1986.
Patrons--Deeds and Davies; Senators: Nolen and Trumbo
H.J.R. 96 Recognizing March as Virginia Mediation Month.
Patrons--Dillard, Callahan, Christian, Cohen, Fisher, Forbes, Griffith, Howell, Hull, Katzen, Plum, Ruff, Sherwood and Wilkins; Senators: Calhoun, Howell and Woods
H.J.R. 97 Designating January 26 as Community Action Day in Virginia.
Patrons--Woodrum, Abbitt, Albo, Almand, Ball, Behm, Bennett, Bloxom, Christian, Clement, Connally, Cooper, Councill, Cranwell, Crittenden, Croshaw, Crouch, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, DeBoer, Deeds, Dickinson, Grayson, Hargrove, Harris, Hull, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C., Parrish, Phillips, Plum, Putney, Reynolds, Robinson, Scott, Shuler, Spruill, Stump, Thomas, Van Landingham, Van Yahres, Wardrup and Way; Senators: Andrews, Bell, Gartlan, Lambert, Lucas, Trumbo and Walker
H.J.R. 98 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that the Board of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services take steps to implement the recommendations of the Housing Study Commission concerning the use of fire-retardant treated plywood products.
Patrons--Mayer and Dillard
H.J.R. 102 Requesting the Department of Education to study incentives for integrating students with disabilities into general education classrooms in the Commonwealth's public schools.
Patrons--Van Landingham, Cohen, Davies, Dillard, Plum and Scott; Senators: Gartlan and Howell
H.J.R. 114 Requesting the Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to coordinate a study of the current trends in the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing children in Virginia and to determine the feasibility of developing an Education Bill of Rights for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children in the Commonwealth.
Patrons--Darner, Christian, Cranwell, Diamonstein, Fisher, Keating, Moss and Thomas
IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE SENATE.
Bruce F. Jamerson Clerk, House of Delegates