In the House of Delegates March 10, 1994

THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS ADOPTED THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE ON THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILL:

S.B. 166

A BILL to amend and reenact 54.1-1100, 54.1-1103, 54.1-1106, and 54.1-1108 of the Code of Virginia, relating to licensing of joint ventures by the Board for Contractors.

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Patron--Bell

IT HAS ADOPTED THE REPORTS OF THE COMMITTEES OF CONFERENCE ON THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 239

A BILL to amend and reenact 2.1-342 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Freedom of Information Act.

LD4758368

Patrons--Moss, Cranwell and Wilkins; Senators: Andrews, Benedetti and Walker

H.B. 310

A BILL to amend and reenact 51.1-102 and 51.1-510 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the assignment of group life insurance benefits provided by the Virginia Retirement System.

LD7935152

Patron--Clement

H.B. 514

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 63.1-248.7:2, relating to background checks for employees of certain juvenile facilities.

LD4348120

Patrons--Baker, DeBoer, Jackson and Puller; Senators: Houck and Howell

H.B. 844

A BILL to amend and reenact 54.1-3446, 54.1-3448, 54.1-3452, and 54.1-3454 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Drug Control Act.

LD8259364

Patrons--Morgan and Shuler

H.B. 1115

A BILL to amend and reenact 36-105 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 36-105.01, relating to Uniform Statewide Building Code; inspection of elevators.

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Patrons--Hull, Almand, Brickley, Callahan, Cohen, Connally, Cooper, Copeland, Darner, Fisher, Harris, Keating, Melvin, Parrish, Plum, Scott, Spruill, Stump and Van Landingham; Senators: Barry, Calhoun, Colgan, Gartlan, Howell, Lambert, Marsh, Miller, Y.B., Quayle, Saslaw, Waddell and Woods

IT HAS AMENDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GOVERNOR THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 253

An Act to amend and reenact 9-173.8 as it is currently effective and as it may become effective, and 19.2-389, 46.2-208 and 63.1-248.8 of the Code of Virginia, relating to cost of access to certain criminal history record information.

Patron--Puller

H.B. 1391

An Act to amend and reenact 46.2-871 of the Code of Virginia, relating to school buses.

Patrons--Crittenden, Barlow, Bloxom, Christian, Copeland, Fisher, Hamilton, Jones, D.C., Putney, Shuler and Spruill; Senators: Calhoun, Maxwell, Miller, Y.B. and Quayle

THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILLS:

S.B. 179

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-61, 18.2-67.1, 18.2-67.2 and 18.2-67.2:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to criminal sexual assault generally; reporting offenses.

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Patrons--Howell, Houck, Lucas and Waddell; Delegates: Albo, DeBoer, Plum, Puller, Scott and Van Landingham

S.B. 609

A BILL for the relief of Mrs. Jose M. Cavazos.

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EMERGENCY

Patron--Robb

IT HAS ADOPTED THE REPORTS OF THE COMMITTEES OF CONFERENCE ON THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILLS:

S.B. 143

A BILL to amend and reenact 33.1-252 of the Code of Virginia, relating to free use of certain toll facilities.

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Patrons--Waddell, Calhoun and Howell; Delegates: Albo, Callahan, Harris, Keating, McClure and Plum

S.B. 591

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 27 of Title 9 an article numbered 1.6 consisting of sections numbered 9-173.16 through 9-173.20, and to repeal Article 1.3 of Title 9 consisting of sections numbered 9-173.4 and 9-173.5, and Article 1.5 of Title 9 consisting of sections numbered 9-173.14 and 9-173.15 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the establishment of a Crime Prevention Center.

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Patrons--Robb; Delegate: Cantor

IT HAS AMENDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE GOVERNOR THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILL:

S.B. 78

An Act to amend and reenact 2.1-51.27; to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 1 of Title 51.1 articles numbered 1.1, 2.1, and 3.1, consisting of sections numbered 51.1-124.1 through 51.1-124.35; and to repeal Articles 1, 2, and 3 ( 51.1-100 through 51.1-124) of the Code of Virginia, relating to the structure, governance, and investment policy of the Virginia Retirement System; penalty.

EMERGENCY

Patrons--Walker, Andrews, Gartlan, Holland, R.J. and Russell; Delegates: Ball, Callahan, DeBoer, Hull, Murphy and Putney

IT HAS AGREED TO THE AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE SENATE TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 338

A BILL to amend and reenact 15.1-292 of the Code of Virginia, relating to counties, cities and towns; acquisition of public utilities' natural gas distribution systems.

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Patron--Cranwell

H.B. 524

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-32 of the Code of Virginia, relating to school board salaries.

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Patrons--Ruff and Ingram; Senators: Holland, R.J. and Potts

H.B. 854

A BILL to amend and reenact 20-164, 32.1-257, 64.1-5.1, as it is currently effective and as it may become effective, and 64.1-8.1 of the Code of Virginia and to repeal 64.1-7.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to determination of parent-child relationships.

LD8215156

Patrons--Murphy and Cohen

H.B. 867

A BILL to amend and reenact 16.1-241, as it is currently effective and as it may become effective, and 20-107.2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to visitation of minor children by certain parent.

LD3434198

Patrons--Davies, Connally, Howell, Mims and Way; Senators: Houck and Reasor

H.B. 1123

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-280.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to reports and prevention of crime on school property.

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Patrons--Dillard, Fisher, Hamilton, Katzen, Kidd, Marshall, McDonnell, Newman, O'Brien, Sherwood, Tata and Wilkins; Senators: Potts and Stolle

IT HAS AGREED TO THE SUBSTITUTES PROPOSED BY THE SENATE TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 222

A BILL to amend and reenact 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 3 of Chapter 3.1 of Title 62.1 a section numbered 62.1-44.17:1, relating to permits for confined animal feeding operations.

LD5769128

Patrons--Bennett, Barlow, Clement, Councill, Crouch, Deeds, Jackson, Phillips, Reynolds, Stump, Van Yahres and Wilkins

H.B. 742

A BILL to amend and reenact 16.1-305.1 and 22.1-289 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 22.1-288.2, relating to disclosure of disposition in certain delinquency cases; maintenance of records of disposition; penalty.

LD5803464

Patron--Tata

H.B. 744

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-92 of the Code of Virginia, relating to costs of public education.

LD4391464

Patrons--Tata, Callahan, Dillard, Forbes, Howell, Kidd, Newman, O'Brien, Orrock, Rhodes, Ruff, Sherwood, Wagner and Wardrup; Senators: Bell, Chichester, Potts and Stolle

H.B. 828

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-253.13:1 and 22.1-253.13:4 of the Code of Virginia and to repeal the second enactment clause of Chapter 661 of 1993, relating to the Standards of Quality for the several school divisions.

LD4396733

Patrons--Councill, Bennett, Connally, Cooper, Diamonstein, Dillard, Hamilton, Van Landingham and Van Yahres; Senator: Schewel

H.B. 1133

A BILL to amend and reenact 20-60.3, 20-108.1 and 63.1-252.1, as it is currently in effect and as it may become effective, of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 63.1-263.1, relating to child support enforcement.

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Patrons--Newman, Callahan, Crouch, O'Brien, Way and Wilkins; Senator: Woods

H.B. 1202

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 14 of Title 10.1 an article numbered 3.4, consisting of sections numbered 10.1-1425.19 through 10.1-1425.24, relating to reduction of heavy metals in packaging.

LD5767443

Patrons--Scott and Plum

IT HAS AGREED TO THE SUBSTITUTES WITH AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE SENATE TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 365

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-266, 18.2-268.2 through 18.2-268.5, 18.2-268.7, 18.2-269, 18.2-271, 18.2-271.1, 46.2-301, 46.2-341.24 and 46.2-341.27 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 46.2-301.1 and 46.2-391.2 through 46.2-391.5, relating to the administrative suspension of the driver's license of any person arrested for driving under the influence; presumptions from alcohol content of blood; unlawful for person under age twenty-one to drive with blood-alcohol concentration of 0.02 or more; impoundment of motor vehicle for certain driving-while-license-revoked offenses; unlawful to allow another with license revoked for alcohol-related offense to drive one's motor vehicle; penalties.

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Patrons--Cranwell, Abbitt, Almand, Armstrong, Behm, Bennett, Brickley, Christian, Clement, Cohen, Connally, Cooper, Copeland, Crittenden, Croshaw, Cunningham, Davies, Deeds, Diamonstein, Grayson, Hall, Heilig, Jackson, Johnson, Moore, Moss, Phillips, Plum, Puller, Reynolds, Scott, Shuler, Spruill, Stump, Thomas, Van Landingham, Van Yahres and Woodrum

H.B. 678

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-274 of the Code of Virginia, relating to school health services and school nurses.

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Patrons--Puller, Abbitt, Brickley, Callahan, Croshaw, Darner, Diamonstein, Dillard, Hull, Keating, Parrish, Putney, Reid, Stump, Thomas, Van Yahres and Woodrum; Senators: Howell, Lambert and Miller, Y.B.

IT HAS ADOPTED THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE ON THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILL:

H.B. 922

A BILL to amend and reenact 53.1-131.2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to home electronic monitoring program.

LD4409280

Patrons--Harris, Almand, Brickley, Callahan, Cantor, Copeland, Forbes, Howell, Mayer, McClure, McDonnell, Melvin, Murphy and Woodrum

IT HAS AGREED TO THE AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE SENATE TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 26

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning a vision for management of the Commonwealth's work force.

LD4122297

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.

LD8113308

Patrons--Johnson, Armstrong and Davies

H.J.R. 55

Requesting the agencies of the Commonwealth to work with the Virginia Hunters For The Hungry.

LD4928468

Patrons--Thomas, Abbitt, Albo, Behm, Brickley, Christian, Clement, Connally, Councill, Cox, Cranwell, Croshaw, Crouch, Deeds, Diamonstein, Grayson, Griffith, Jackson, Kilgore, Parrish, Phillips, Plum, Puller, Reid, Ruff, Sherwood, Way and Woodrum

H.J.R. 56

Requesting the Secretaries of Health and Human Resources, Public Safety, and Education to study and evaluate the Comprehensive Services Act.

LD1150204

Patrons--Diamonstein, Barlow, Behm, Cooper, Crittenden and Hamilton

H.J.R. 76

Requesting the State Library Board and the Department of Information Technology to study whether the Commonwealth needs to establish protocols and guidelines regarding in-state access to the myriad files and components available through the Internet.

LD4772476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Connally, Darner and Grayson

H.J.R. 77

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study race and ethnic classifications used in data collection for state programs.

LD1717158

Patrons--Connally, Darner, Hull, Mayer, Plum and Van Landingham

H.J.R. 99

Encouraging local school boards to identify "Gun Free School Zones."

LD8247344

Patron--Mayer

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.

LD8256196

Patrons--Darner, Christian, Cranwell, Diamonstein, Fisher, Keating, Moss and Thomas

H.J.R. 144

Encouraging financial institutions in the Commonwealth to provide loans to child day care programs.

LD8224753

Patrons--Van Yahres, Connally, Crouch, Diamonstein, Orrock, Puller and Scott; Senators: Howell, Walker and Woods

H.J.R. 148

Requesting the Department of Taxation and the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to study the taxation of Virginia wineries.

LD8245252

Patrons--Grayson and Connally

H.J.R. 156

Requesting the Joint Commission on Health Care to study medical care cost containment proposals for the workers' compensation system in Virginia.

LD4775132

Patron--Bloxom

H.J.R. 164

Requesting the Department of Social Services' Division of Child Support Enforcement to study the need for the regulation of private child support collection practices.

LD4778412

Patrons--Purkey, Cooper, Hamilton, Katzen, Kidd, Spruill, Tata, Wagner, Wardrup and Way; Senator: Stolle

H.J.R. 166

Encouraging Virginia's private sector to continue their support of efforts by the Virginia Health Care Foundation to enhance access to primary and preventive care for Virginia's uninsured citizens.

LD4123828

Patrons--Melvin, Ball, Brickley, Connally, DeBoer, Heilig and Morgan; Senators: Andrews, Holland, C.A., Holland, E.M., Lambert, Schewel, Walker and Woods

H.J.R. 184

Designating the week of June 13-18, 1994, as Community Banking Week in Virginia.

LD0578376

Patrons--Murphy, Hall, Heilig, Howell and Morgan; Senators: Barry, Chichester, Holland, R.J., Lambert and Schewel

H.J.R. 186

Requesting the Governor's Commission on Government Reform to study the feasibility and desirability of creating incentives for expense control, using private sector initiatives and controlling the growth of agency budgets within state government.

LD4790350

Patrons--McDonnell, Albo, Callahan, Forbes, Marshall, Purkey, Wagner, Wardrup and Watkins; Senators: Earley, Quayle, Stolle and Stosch

H.J.R. 192

Requesting the Secretary of Commerce and Trade to study the current regulatory barriers which hinder the availability of affordable housing.

LD0639346

Patrons--McClure, Albo, Brickley, Dickinson and Keating; Senators: Barry and Woods

H.J.R. 206

Requesting the Department of Corrections, in conjunction with the Department of Social Services, to study the issue of maternal and infant bonding in the Goochland Correctional Facility.

LD8292188

Patrons--Cunningham, Christian, Crittenden and Van Landingham

H.J.R. 209

Requesting that the Secretary of Health and Human Resources, in cooperation with appropriate state and local agencies and organizations, to review the plan for state-level consolidation of certain long-term care and aging services within a single state agency, and to develop a plan for the coordinated delivery of such services at both the state and local levels.

LD4372828

Patrons--DeBoer, Ball, Brickley, Connally, Heilig, Melvin and Morgan; Senators: Holland, C.A., Holland, E.M., Lambert, Schewel, Walker and Woods

H.J.R. 211

Requesting the Department of Economic Development and Consumer Services, in conjunction with the Department of Forestry and the Department of Agriculture, to encourage wood processors to consider Virginia as an expansion site.

LD6577442

Patrons--Ruff, Armstrong, Bennett, Clement, Deeds, Dudley, Forbes, Giesen, Griffith, Ingram, Kilgore, McDonnell, Nelms, Phillips and Way; Senators: Hawkins, Marye, Stolle and Woods

H.J.R. 218

Requesting various public agencies and entities to develop and deliver specialized training in juvenile justice.

LD3532836

Patrons--Christian, Cooper, Darner, Deeds, Giesen, Jackson and Jones, J.C.; Senators: Calhoun, Houck and Miller, Y.B.

H.J.R. 230

Requesting local school boards to begin the 1994-95 school year after Rosh Hashanah.

LD6628297

Patrons--Hull, Albo, Almand, Callahan, Cantor, Cohen, Cooper, Councill, Darner, Diamonstein, Fisher, Harris, Keating, Mayer, Moss, O'Brien, Plum, Puller, Scott and Van Yahres; Senators: Benedetti, Calhoun, Gartlan, Howell, Saslaw, Schewel, Waddell and Woods

H.J.R. 238

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly in requesting the Department of Corrections to continue to expand and utilize the Interstate Corrections Compact, as pertaining to the housing of prisoners.

LD2712464

Patron--Tata

H.J.R. 246

Directing the State Corporation Commission to develop methods of reducing the costs of citizen participation in utility rate cases and other proceedings before the Commission.

LD7084208

Patrons--Dickinson and Cranwell

H.J.R. 249

Requesting the continuation of the Commission on Sentencing and Parole Reform.

LD2769112

Patrons--Almand, Davies, DeBoer, Forbes and Melvin; Senators: Earley, Gartlan and Lambert

H.J.R. 256

Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to study the U. S. Route 1 corridor in Fairfax County.

LD7030410

Patrons--Puller; Senator: Gartlan

H.J.R. 261

Proclaiming August 9, 1994, as Smokey Bear Day in Virginia.

LD6685100

Patrons--Abbitt, Armstrong, Brickley, Cantor, Clement, Connally, Cooper, Councill, Cox, Crouch, Darner, Deeds, Dickinson, Forbes, Giesen, Grayson, Hamilton, Hargrove, Howell, Hull, Keating, Melvin, Moore, Murphy, Parrish, Phillips, Purkey, Reid, Reynolds, Ruff, Shuler, Spruill, Tata, Van Yahres, Wagner and Watkins; Senators: Chichester, Earley, Hawkins, Holland, C.A., Houck, Miller, Y.B., Robb, Waddell and Woods

H.J.R. 268

Requesting the Department of Youth and Family Services to assess the feasibility of establishing a sexual offender database.

LD3527836

Patrons--Baker, Darner, DeBoer, Deeds, Giesen, Jackson, Jones, J.C. and Puller; Senators: Houck and Howell

H.J.R. 270

Designating the second week of April, as Smile Week in Virginia.

LD6660264

Patrons--Hamilton, Barlow, Behm, Christian, Cooper, Copeland, Crittenden, Crouch, Diamonstein, Fisher, Heilig, McDonnell, Moss, Purkey, Spruill, Tata, Wagner and Wardrup; Senators: Earley, Maxwell, Quayle, Stolle and Woods

H.J.R. 279

Establishing the Commission on Family Violence Prevention.

LD2739176

Patron--Cranwell

H.J.R. 285

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning services for juvenile sex offenders.

LD3529836

Patrons--Baker, Darner, DeBoer, Deeds, Giesen, Jackson, Jones, J.C. and Puller; Senators: Houck and Howell

IT HAS AGREED TO THE SUBSTITUTES PROPOSED BY THE SENATE TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 1

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning the imposition of a low emission vehicle program by the federal Environmental Protection Agency and requesting the Department of Environmental Quality to examine other emission reduction programs for Northern Virginia.

LD2341244

Patrons--Giesen, Barlow, Hall and Mayer; Senators: Barry, Benedetti and Calhoun

H.J.R. 52

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to recommend appropriate legislative and administrative actions related to the definition of primary care provider to include certain obstetricians/gynecologists.

LD2349320

Patrons--Keating, Christian, Cooper, Crittenden, Darner, Puller and Van Landingham; Senators: Howell and Lucas

H.J.R. 85

Requesting the Virginia Congressional Delegation to introduce and pursue the enactment of legislation to clarify that the Metropolitan Washington region can "account for" growth in emissions and use "episodic" reduction measures as part of the region's plan to attain federal clean air standards.

LD2346344

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. 103

Requesting a joint subcommittee to study the continuation of services for young adults who are exiting publicly funded service programs.

LD2331476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Brickley, Christian, Connally, Darner, Dillard, Plum, Puller and Scott; Senators: Gartlan and Howell

H.J.R. 139

Requesting a joint subcommittee to study the effects of deinstitutionalization.

LD2336430

Patrons--Rhodes, Armstrong, Behm, Crouch, Deeds, Marshall, Morgan, Parrish and Woodrum

H.J.R. 141

Establishing a joint subcommittee to study marketing and financing practices associated with preneed funeral contracts.

LD2985364

Patron--Morgan

H.J.R. 147

Requesting the Virginia State Crime Commission in its study to develop a comprehensive plan for the Commonwealth's criminal justice services to examine the costs and effectiveness of the policies, practices, and priorities of Virginia's criminal justice system.

LD2348468

Patrons--Thomas, Ball, Callahan, Clement, Cranwell, Croshaw, Diamonstein, Dickinson, Griffith, Heilig, Moss, Parrish, Wilkins and Woodrum; Senators: Colgan, Holland, R.J. and Marye

H.J.R. 232

Requesting the Secretary of Education and the Secretary of Administration to study the various alternatives for providing graduate students and their dependents a means to purchase adequate and affordable health insurance.

LD2344450

Patrons--Shuler; Senator: Marye

H.J.R. 250

Establishing a Select Committee of the Senate Committee on Finance, the House Committee on Appropriations, and the Commission on Equity in Public Education to study alternative methods of school construction and renovation funding for the Commonwealth's school divisions.

LD8362168

Patrons--Councill, Connally, Cranwell, Diamonstein, Dillard and Reynolds; Senator: Schewel

H.J.R. 258

Requesting the Governor's Commission on Government Reform to study state agencies' spending habits and procedures.

LD2345388

Patrons--Orrock, Callahan, Crouch, Dudley, Griffith, Ingram, Katzen, Kilgore and O'Brien

H.J.R. 280

Establishing a Select Committee of the House Committee on Counties, Cities and Towns and the Senate Committee on Local Government to study abuses in the proffer zoning system and to recommend amendments to the system to end these abuses.

LD4808176

Patron--Cranwell

H.J.R. 288

Memorializing Congress to make the dependent care tax credit refundable so that low income families whose credit exceeds their income tax liability can receive the difference in a check from the government.

LD9126721

Patrons--Crittenden, Ball, Barlow, Behm, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, Diamonstein, Jones, D.C., Keating, Plum, Scott, Spruill and Van Landingham; Senators: Lambert and Maxwell

H.J.R. 291

Establishing a sustainable development task force.

LD4807136

Patrons--Brickley, Armstrong and Phillips

THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS STRICKEN FROM ITS CALENDAR THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILL WITH AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY THE SENATE:

H.B. 1253

A BILL to amend and reenact 62.1-44.29 of the Code of Virginia, relating to legal challenges to actions of the State Water Control Board.

LD0626443

Patrons--Scott, Murphy and Plum; Senator: Howell

IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE SENATE.

Bruce F. Jamerson Clerk, House of Delegates

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