In the Senate March 8, 1994

THE SENATE HAS PASSED WITH AMENDMENTS THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 635

A BILL to amend and reenact 55-59 of the Code of Virginia, relating to how deeds of trust are construed; duties and rights of parties.

LD3405300

Patron--Jackson

H.B. 655

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-29 of the Code of Virginia, relating to criminal solicitation, penalty.

LD3344812

Patrons--Cantor, Baker, Croshaw, Cunningham, Forbes, Hall, Jackson, Mims, Rhodes and Robinson; Senators: Lambert and Stosch

H.B. 661

A BILL to amend and reenact 8.01-43 and 8.01-44 of the Code of Virginia, relating to actions against a parent for damage to public and private property by a child.

LD3369386

Patrons--O'Brien, Dudley, Fisher, Katzen, Marshall, May, McClure and Mims; Senators: Bell and Woods

H.B. 986

A BILL to amend and reenact 2.1-341 and 19.2-269.2 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 1.1 of Title 19.2 a section numbered 19.2-11.2, relating to crime victims; right to confidentiality.

LD2802812

Patrons--Baker, Albo, Armstrong, Bennett, Bloxom, Cantor, Copeland, Crouch, Davies, Deeds, Fisher, Giesen, Hamilton, Jackson, Johnson, Kidd, Kilgore, Marshall, Mayer, McClure, Morgan, O'Brien, Orrock, Putney, Reid, Wagner, Wardrup and Wilkins

H.B. 990

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia, by adding a new section in Title 54.1 numbered 54.1-2409.1, relating to criminal penalties for practicing certain professions and occupations without appropriate license.

LD4381816

Patrons--Baker, Cantor and Davies

H.B. 1049

A Bill to amend and reenact 8.01-413 of the Code of Virginia, relating to copies of health care provider's records or papers.

LD4371336

Patrons--Martin and Wagner

H.B. 1056

A BILL to amend and reenact 2.1-1.6, 9-6.25:1, 9-6.25:2, 22.1-253.13:3, 22.1-298, and 22.1-299 of the Code of Virginia; to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 2.1 of Chapter 15 of Title 22.1 sections numbered 22.1-305.3 through 22.1-305.7; and to repeal 22.1-305.2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to regulation of the teaching profession.

LD5134476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Bennett, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Darner, Dillard, Hull, Puller, Robinson, Tata, Van Yahres and Wagner; Senators: Reasor, Saslaw and Trumbo

H.B. 1095

A BILL to amend and reenact 63.1-274.6 of the Code of Virginia, relating to child support enforcement.

LD5343813

Patrons--Orrock, Albo, Crouch, Dudley, Fisher, Howell, Ingram, Katzen, Kidd, Morgan, O'Brien, Reid, Sherwood, Way and Wilkins; Senators: Bell, Chichester and Woods

H.B. 1119

A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-304, 22.1-305, and 22.1-306 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 22.1-307.1, relating to reduction in force of teachers.

LD5133212

Patrons--Dillard, Callahan, Cooper, Copeland, Darner, Fisher, Harris, Hull, Puller, Robinson, Tata and Van Landingham

H.B. 1317

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-53.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to use of a firearm; penalty.

LD3348812

Patrons--McDonnell, Albo, Baker, Bennett, Callahan, Cantor, Clement, Copeland, Cox, Croshaw, Davies, Deeds, Dudley, Fisher, Griffith, Hamilton, Johnson, Katzen, Marshall, Mayer, Moore, Orrock, Purkey, Putney, Reynolds, Ruff, Sherwood, Tata, Wagner, Wardrup, Way and Wilkins; Senators: Bell, Calhoun, Stolle and Stosch

H.B. 1327

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 7 of Chapter 7 of Title 18.2 a section numbered 18.2-311.2, relating to third conviction for firearm offenses; penalty.

LD1303350

Patrons--McDonnell, Almand, Cantor, Dudley, Howell, Keating, McClure, Ruff and Tata; Senators: Quayle and Stolle

IT HAS PASSED WITH SUBSTITUTES THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 47

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-251 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the placing on probation of persons charged with certain first offenses; conditions.

LD0137432

Patron--Robinson

H.B. 273

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-264.3, 53.1-151 and 53.1-199 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 19.2-295.1 and 19.2-297.1, relating to sentence for third conviction of a violent felony; ineligibility for parole, probation, suspension of sentence or good time allowance; penalty.

LD0237176

Patrons--Cranwell, Abbitt, Albo, Almand, Armstrong, Baker, Ball, Barlow, Behm, Bennett, Bloxom, Brickley, Cantor, Christian, Clement, Cohen, Connally, Cooper, Copeland, Councill, Cox, Crittenden, Croshaw, Crouch, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, DeBoer, Deeds, Diamonstein, Dickinson, Dillard, Dudley, Fisher, Forbes, Giesen, Grayson, Griffith, Hall, Hamilton, Harris, Heilig, Howell, Hull, Ingram, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C., Keating, Kidd, Kilgore, Marshall, Martin, May, Mayer, McClure, McDonnell, Miller, Mims, Moore, Morgan, Moss, Newman, O'Brien, Orrock, Parrish, Phillips, Plum, Puller, Purkey, Putney, Reid, Reynolds, Rhodes, Robinson, Ruff, Scott, Shuler, Spruill, Stump, Thomas, Van Landingham, Van Yahres, Wagner, Way and Woodrum

H.B. 821

A BILL to amend and reenact 8.01-217, 16.1-107, 16.1-289, 16.1-298, and 20-107.3 of the Code of Virginia as they may become effective; to amend and reenact 17-8 and 17-9 of the Code of Virginia; and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 16.1-276.1, relating to family court; fees and procedures.

LD3442112

Patron--Almand

H.B. 994

A BILL to amend and reenact 20-60.3 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 63.1-252.2, relating to support orders.

LD1621813

Patron--Mims

H.B. 1093

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-360 and 46.2-391 and of the Code of Virginia, relating to habitual offenders; revocation of license for DUI's; restoration of license.

LD3382324

Patrons--Marshall, Albo, Griffith, Harris, Ingram, Katzen, McClure, O'Brien and Ruff; Senator: Calhoun

H.B. 1120

A BILL to amend and reenact 16.1-122.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to small claims courts.

LD4081212

Patrons--Dillard, Albo, Almand, Armstrong, Behm, Bennett, Brickley, Callahan, Christian, Cohen, Connally, Copeland, Cox, Crouch, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, Deeds, Dudley, Fisher, Forbes, Griffith, Hamilton, Harris, Howell, Hull, Ingram, Johnson, Katzen, Kidd, Kilgore, Marshall, May, Mayer, McClure, McDonnell, Melvin, Mims, Moore, Morgan, Newman, O'Brien, Orrock, Parrish, Plum, Puller, Purkey, Rhodes, Scott, Sherwood, Shuler, Tata, Thomas, Van Landingham, Wagner, Wardrup, Watkins, Way and Wilkins; Senators: Barry, Benedetti, Calhoun, Colgan, Earley, Gartlan, Hawkins, Holland, E.M., Howell, Marsh, Miller, K.G., Miller, Y.B., Norment, Potts, Quayle, Reasor, Saslaw, Stolle, Stosch, Trumbo and Woods

H.B. 1156

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-294.2 and 53.1-218 of the Code of Virginia, relating to reports on alien status of offenders.

LD1706817

Patrons--Albo, Cantor, Cox, Crouch, Fisher, Forbes, Howell, Katzen, McClure, O'Brien, Orrock, Parrish, Purkey, Sherwood, Wagner, Wardrup, Watkins and Wilkins

H.B. 1322

A BILL to amend and reenact 9-6.23 of the Code of Virginia, as it is currently in effect and as it will become effective, and to amend of the Code of Virginia by adding in Title 63.1 a chapter numbered 6.5, consisting of sections numbered 63.1-133.41 through 63.1-133.55, establishing the Virginia Independence Program.

LD4374136

Patrons--Brickley, Armstrong, Behm, Cooper, Copeland, Croshaw, Crouch, Davies, Deeds, Fisher, Grayson, Hamilton, Keating, Mayer, McDonnell, Puller, Purkey, Scott and Van Yahres

IT HAS AGREED TO WITH AMENDMENTS 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 and of 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 Economic Development to study the taxation of Virginia wineries.

LD8245252

Patrons--Grayson and Connally

H.J.R. 156

Requesting the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission to study medical care cost containment proposals for the workers' compensation system in Virginia.

LD4775132

Patron--Bloxom

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 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

Directing 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 April 10-16, 1994, 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 WITH SUBSTITUTES 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.

LD4759244

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

H.J.R. 52

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that obstetricians/gynecologists should be designated as primary care providers for women in state laws relating to the delivery of health care.

LD4121320

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

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.

LD6533344

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 the Secretaries of Health and Human Resources, Education, and Public Safety to study the continuation of services for young adults who are exiting publicly funded service programs.

LD4773476

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

H.J.R. 139

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study the effects of deinstitutionalization.

LD4774430

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 and burial contracts.

LD2957364

Patron--Morgan

H.J.R. 147

Requesting a select committee to examine the costs and effectiveness of the policies, practices, and priorities of Virginia's criminal justice system.

LD2534468

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 Joint Commission on Health Care to study the feasibility of developing a statewide health insurance pool for graduate students.

LD4782450

Patrons--Shuler; Senator: Marye

H.J.R. 250

Requesting the Secretary of Education and the Secretary of Finance to study alternative financing mechanisms for capital projects for public education in Virginia.

LD4784168

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

H.J.R. 258

Requesting the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study state agencies' spending habits and procedures.

LD7320388

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

H.J.R. 280

Establishing a joint subcommittee to study abuses in the proffer zoning system and to recommend amendments to the system to cure these abuses.

LD4787176

Patron--Cranwell

H.J.R. 288

Memorializing Congress to allow the Commonwealth of Virginia 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.

LD8147761

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.

LD4792136

Patrons--Brickley, Armstrong and Phillips

IT HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION:

S.J.R. 228

Establishing procedures for the final approval of agency studies requested by the General Assembly and providing for transmittal and follow-up procedures for certain memorializing and designating-occasion resolutions agreed to by the General Assembly.

LD2343605

Patron--Walker

THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 3

A BILL to amend and reenact 30-13 and 30-14 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the operation of the House Clerk's Office.

LD0078827

Patrons--Cranwell, Ball, Diamonstein, Heilig, Moss and Wilkins

H.B. 7

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-308.2:2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the criminal history records check required for the transfer of firearms.

LD3901320

Patrons--Keating, Almand, Christian, Crouch, Cunningham, Mayer, McDonnell, Parrish, Scott and Thomas

H.B. 44

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-271.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the probation, education and rehabilitation of persons charged or convicted of DUI; fees.

LD0131432

Patron--Robinson

H.B. 45

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-355 of the Code of Virginia, relating to adjudication of habitual offenders.

LD0136432

Patron--Robinson

H.B. 46

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-351.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to intervention required for offenders subject to habitual offender adjudication upon an additional conviction.

LD0128432

Patron--Robinson

H.B. 179

A BILL to amend and reenact 43-1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to definitions with respect to mechanics' and materialmen's liens.

LD3399198

Patrons--Davies; Senator: Reasor

H.B. 212

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 19.2-264.3:1.01, relating to assistance to the defense in capital murder trials.

LD4009492

Patrons--Woodrum, Almand, Baker, Cranwell and Moss; Senators: Gartlan, Norment and Stolle

H.B. 216

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-163 of the Code of Virginia, relating to fees for court-appointed counsel.

LD3416136

Patron--Brickley

H.B. 269

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-487 of the Code of Virginia, relating to statutes and ordinances deemed to cover specific offenses in the Driver License Compact.

LD1195358

Patrons--Mims, Albo, Dillard, Hargrove, May, McClure, O'Brien and Scott; Senators: Calhoun, Stolle, Waddell and Woods

H.B. 290

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-499 of the Code of Virginia, relating to penalty for conspiracy to injure another's trade, business or professional reputation.

LD3737492

Patron--Woodrum

H.B. 295

A BILL to amend and reenact 14.1-133.2 as it is currently effective and as it may become effective and 42.1-70 of the Code of Virginia, relating to fees for the support of public law libraries.

LD3516492

Patrons--Woodrum and Cohen

H.B. 303

A BILL to amend and reenact 15.1-898 of the Code of Virginia, relating to condemnation proceedings by municipal corporations.

LD1566480

Patrons--Van Yahres; Senator: Robb

H.B. 359

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-36.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to conduct punishable as involuntary manslaughter; penalty.

LD1795322

Patrons--Kilgore, Albo, Cox, Crouch, Griffith, Johnson, Katzen, Kidd, McDonnell, O'Brien, Orrock and Ruff; Senators: Bell, Potts, Stolle and Wampler

H.B. 417

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-268.7 of the Code of Virginia, relating to certificates of analysis.

LD0797106

Patrons--Albo, Callahan, Cox, Crouch, Dillard, Dudley, Ingram, Jones, J.C., Katzen, Kilgore, Marshall, May, McClure, McDonnell, Mims, Nelms, Rollison, Ruff, Scott and Watkins; Senators: Barry and Woods

H.B. 428

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-61 of the Code of Virginia, relating to rape.

LD2793350

Patrons--McDonnell, Albo, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Copeland, Cox, Crittenden, Davies, Dillard, Griffith, Howell, Ingram, Keating, Newman, Orrock, Purkey, Rhodes, Ruff and Sherwood; Senators: Bell, Earley and Woods

H.B. 479

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-26 of the Code of Virginia, relating to attempted second degree murder.

LD4005112

Patrons--Scott, Almand, Armstrong, Callahan, Cohen, Connally, Davies, Dickinson, Dillard, Grayson, Heilig, Hull, Jackson, Jones, J.C., Keating, Mayer, Melvin, Mims, Moore, Murphy, O'Brien, Phillips, Plum, Puller and Van Landingham; Senators: Calhoun, Gartlan, Howell, Saslaw and Waddell

H.B. 498

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-348 of the Code of Virginia, relating to court fines.

LD3973112

Patron--Almand

H.B. 513

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-267 of the Code of Virginia, relating to provisions applicable in criminal as well as civil cases.

LD3929825

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

H.B. 533

A BILL to amend and reenact 29.1-509 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the duty of care and liability for damages of landowners to hunters, fishermen, sightseers and others.

LD3904198

Patrons--Davies, Howell, May, Mims, Parrish and Plum; Senators: Colgan, Miller, K.G. and Nolen

H.B. 535

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-259.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to forfeiture of driver's licenses for drug-related crimes.

LD9104198

Patron--Davies

H.B. 552

A BILL to amend and reenact 8.01-241 and 8.01-242 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 8.01-241.1, relating to limitations on enforcement of deeds of trust, mortgages and liens for unpaid purchase money; certificate to be recorded.

LD3306112

Patrons--Davies and Almand; Senator: Reasor

H.B. 625

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 55-66.1:1, relating to protection of assignees, transferees or endorsees of debts secured by real estate.

LD3390300

Patron--Jackson

H.B. 672

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 18.2-67.5:1, relating to penalty upon conviction of certain third offenses; sexual abuse.

LD3718761

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

H.B. 692

A BILL to amend and reenact 55-106 of the Code of Virginia, relating to when and where writings are admitted to record in circuit courts.

LD3983112

Patrons--Jackson and Almand

H.B. 756

A BILL to amend and reenact 58.1-3812 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the uniform taxation of local telecommunication services.

LD7375176

Patron--Cranwell

H.B. 783

A BILL to amend and reenact 64.1-73 of the Code of Virginia, relating to devise or bequest to an existing trust.

LD3710152

Patrons--Murphy and Howell; Senators: Goode and Quayle

H.B. 784

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 55-7.1, relating to inter vivos trusts; doctrine of merger.

LD0737152

Patrons--Murphy, Clement and Howell; Senator: Quayle

H.B. 785

A BILL to amend and reenact 64.1-121 of the Code of Virginia, relating to security for personal representatives.

LD0738152

Patrons--Murphy, Clement and Howell; Senator: Quayle

H.B. 786

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Title 64.1 a chapter numbered 10, consisting of sections numbered 64.1-206.1 through 64.1-206.8, relating to the Uniform Transfers on Death Security Registration Act.

LD0740152

Patrons--Murphy, Howell, Melvin and Woodrum; Senators: Benedetti, Goode, Quayle and Saslaw

H.B. 807

A BILL to amend and reenact 52-25.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to reports of confiscated firearms.

LD3418244

Patron--Giesen

H.B. 810

A BILL to amend and reenact 64.1-160, 64.1-161, 64.1-163 and 64.1-165 of the Code of Virginia, to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 64.1-165.1, and to repeal 64.1-66.1, relating to apportionment of estate taxes.

LD0736152

Patrons--Murphy and Clement

H.B. 811

A BILL to amend and reenact 55-415 of the Code of Virginia, to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 4 of Title 64.1 sections numbered 64.1-104.1 through 64.1-104.9, and to repeal 64.1-97 through 64.1-104 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Uniform Simultaneous Death Act.

LD0911376

Patrons--Murphy, Bennett and Howell; Senators: Goode and Quayle

H.B. 813

A BILL to amend and reenact 64.1-57 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 1 of Title 26 a section numbered 26-7.4, relating to environmental liability of fiduciaries.

LD1540152

Patrons--Murphy, Cantor, Cohen and Howell; Senators: Quayle and Saslaw

H.B. 924

A BILL to amend and reenact 18.2-67.10 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the definition of sexual abuse.

LD4014350

Patrons--McDonnell, Cox, Dudley, Forbes, Howell and Mims; Senator: Stolle

H.B. 932

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 2.1-27.8, relating to designation of the Virginia Drug Free Day.

LD8796350

Patrons--McDonnell, Purkey, Wagner and Wardrup; Senators: Earley, Holland, C.A., Quayle and Stolle

H.B. 979

A BILL to amend and reenact 55-66.4:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to permissible form for certificate of satisfaction or certificate of partial satisfaction.

LD6570360

Patron--Moore

H.B. 1011

A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-76 of the Code of Virginia, relating to service of criminal summons on corporation.

LD1272236

Patron--Forbes

H.B. 1196

A BILL to amend and reenact 36-96.16, 36-96.17, 36-96.18, and 36-96.23 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Virginia Fair Housing Law.

LD1852188

Patrons--Cunningham, Almand, Darner and Van Landingham; Senators: Lambert, Maxwell and Miller, Y.B.

H.B. 1248

A BILL to amend and reenact 55-70.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to implied warranties on new homes.

LD3440172

Patrons--Cox, DeBoer, Ingram and Watkins; Senator: Russell

H.B. 1264

A BILL to amend and reenact 64.1-123.2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to transfer of certain vessels registered with United States Bureau of Customs.

LD0724164

Patron--Copeland

H.B. 1282

A BILL to amend and reenact 29.1-738 of the Code of Virginia, relating to DUI boating.

LD1528164

Patrons--Copeland, Behm, Christian, Croshaw, Heilig, Wagner and Wardrup; Senator: Maxwell

H.B. 1328

A BILL to amend and reenact 16.1-296 of the Code of Virginia as it is currently effective; to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Title 20 a chapter numbered 5.3, consisting of sections numbered 20-88.32 through 20-88.82; and to repeal Chapter 5.2 ( 20-88.12 through 20-88.31) of Title 20 of the Code of Virginia, relating to interstate support enforcement.

LD8136761

Patron--Bloxom

H.B. 1392

A BILL to amend and reenact 34-29 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the maximum portion of disposable earnings subject to garnishment.

LD3988112

Patrons--Christian, Almand, Cohen, Connally, Crittenden, Crouch, Cunningham, Darner, Grayson, Hargrove, Jones, J.C., Melvin, Robinson, Spruill and Van Landingham; Senator: Miller, Y.B.

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

S.B. 56

A BILL to amend Chapter 39 of the Acts of Assembly of 1932, which provided a charter for the City of Winchester, by adding a section numbered 5.01 relating to the budget.

LD1799724

EMERGENCY

Patron--Potts

S.B. 195

A BILL to amend and reenact Chapter 707 of the Acts of Assembly of 1993, relating to certain nonconforming uses.

LD7533665

EMERGENCY

Patrons--Goode; Delegates: Armstrong and Reynolds

S.B. 275

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-1176, 46.2-1178 and 46.2-1180 of the Code of Virginia, relating to motor vehicle emissions inspections.

LD7021607

Patrons--Barry, Benedetti, Calhoun, Houck, Howell, Lucas, Miller, K.G., Quayle, Reasor, Stosch, Trumbo and Woods; Delegates: Albo, Fisher, Howell, Katzen, Marshall, Mayer, Melvin, Nelms and O'Brien

S.B. 353

A BILL to amend and reenact 46.2-882 of the Code of Virginia, relating to determining the speed of vehicles.

LD7049296

Patrons--Waddell; Delegate: Howell

S.B. 385

A BILL to amend and reenact the part of Chapter 878 of the 1993 Acts of Assembly carried by reference in the Code of Virginia as 22.1-57.3:1, relating to staggered terms of elected school boards in certain counties.

LD2194749

Patron--Waddell (By Request)

S.B. 468

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Title 56 a chapter numbered 21, consisting of sections numbered 56-553 through 56-572, relating to Qualifying Transportation Facilities Act of 1994.

LD8868733

Patrons--Schewel, Andrews, Benedetti, Chichester, Stosch, Waddell and Wampler; Delegates: Cranwell, Giesen, Miller and Watkins

S.B. 514

A BILL to authorize the County of Augusta in concert with others to undertake certain transportation projects.

LD6675721

Patron--Nolen

S.B. 545

A BILL to amend and reenact 2.1-399.1 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 6.1 of Title 23 a section numbered 23-50.16 and by adding a section numbered 23-77.3, relating to the operation of Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Virginia Medical Centers.

LD7193753

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

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

S.B. 98

A BILL to amend and reenact 15.1-491.9 of the Code of Virginia, relating to affordable dwelling unit ordinances.

LD7560749

Patrons--Waddell; Delegate: Mims

S.B. 325

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 33.1-23.03:01, relating to the authority of Metropolitan Planning Organizations.

LD7963124

Patron--Gartlan

S.B. 326

A BILL to amend and reenact 24.2-629 and 24.2-712 of the Code of Virginia, relating to authorized use of electronic voting systems and ballots; central absentee voter precincts.

LD2227352

Patrons--Gartlan; Delegate: Van Landingham

S.B. 449

A BILL to amend and reenact Chapter 931 of the Acts of Assembly of 1993, relating to conveyance of certain property of the Commonwealth to the City of Virginia Beach and conveyance of certain property of the City of Virginia Beach to the Commonwealth.

LD7962124

Patrons--Stolle, Earley and Holland, C.A.; Delegates: Croshaw, McDonnell, Purkey, Tata, Wagner and Wardrup

S.B. 479

A BILL to amend and reenact 2.1-639.15 and 2.1-639.41 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the conflict of interests laws; disclosure forms, including disclosure of certain real estate and lease interests.

LD2231180

Patrons--Woods, Barry, Bell, Benedetti, Calhoun, Chichester, Earley, Hawkins, Miller, K.G., Potts, Quayle, Robb, Saslaw, Trumbo and Wampler

IT HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 8

Requesting the Department of Motor Vehicles to adopt certain procedures in registering motor vehicles.

LD0152244

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

H.J.R. 25

Memorializing the Congress of the United States to grant federal recognition to seven state-recognized Indian tribes in Virginia.

LD4757160

Patrons--Cooper; Senator: Waddell

H.J.R. 29

Requesting the State Board of Elections Task Force studying the National Voter Registration Act to assist the joint subcommittee studying ways to improve the registration and election process and increase voter participation.

LD2306443

Patrons--Scott, Connally, Dickinson, Orrock and Watkins; Senators: Andrews, Gartlan, Lambert, Miller, K.G. and Potts

H.J.R. 37

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning the contributions of nonstate cultural, scientific, and educational museums to the Commonwealth and the need to provide consistent and equitable state funding for such institutions.

LD5118468

Patrons--Thomas, Armstrong, Cranwell, Deeds, Heilig, Moss, Van Landingham and Woodrum; Senators: Bell, Colgan, Holland, C.A., Quayle, Schewel, Trumbo and Walker

H.J.R. 38

Requesting the Department of State Police to study safety inspections.

LD7000144

Patron--Callahan

H.J.R. 39

Urging the United States Postal Service to issue an organ donor postage stamp.

LD2707464

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.

LD2708464

Patron--Tata (By Request)

H.J.R. 53

Memorializing Congress to urge the Department of Defense to provide funding to accelerate the conversion of military technology to increase truck safety.

LD2500320

Patron--Keating

H.J.R. 54

Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to study communications technologies and procedures for reporting traffic accidents and conditions.

LD6900320

Patron--Keating

H.J.R. 57

Designating the Virginia Opera as the Official Opera Company of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

LD0013368

Patrons--Heilig, Copeland, Jones, J.C., Moss and Robinson; Senator: Walker

H.J.R. 58

Designating Kathryn Forrester Thro of Norfolk Virginia's Poet Laureate for July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1995.

LD1915288

Patrons--Heilig, Copeland, Jones, J.C., Moss and Robinson; Senator: Walker

H.J.R. 67

Requesting the Virginia Recycling Market Development Council to examine certain measures which enhance the use of recycled materials.

LD4930408

Patrons--Plum, Almand, Connally, Darner, Davies, Keating, Mayer, Scott, Van Landingham, Van Yahres and Watkins; Senators: Gartlan and Marye

H.J.R. 68

Requesting the Governor to continue the Governor's Telework/Telecommuting Advisory Task Force.

LD7010296

Patrons--Howell and Orrock; Senator: Chichester

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.

LD1844476

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.

LD4007476

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.

LD1845476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Connally, Cunningham, Hall, Robinson and Thomas; Senator: Howell

H.J.R. 75

Continuing the Joint Subcommittee Studying Educational Museums and the Appropriate Level of Public Support to be Provided to Such Institutions.

LD5114468

Patrons--Thomas, Cranwell, Heilig, Moss, Van Landingham, Van Yahres and Woodrum; Senators: Bell, Colgan, Holland, C.A., Schewel, Trumbo and Walker

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.

LD8150761

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.

LD8151761

Patrons--Mayer, Diamonstein, Giesen and Keating

H.J.R. 84

Requesting the Virginia Bar Association, with the assistance of the Department of Social Services and the Department for the Aging, to study the use and potential abuse of durable powers of attorney and the need for strengthening civil remedies for financial exploitation.

LD8143761

Patrons--Giesen, Diamonstein, Heilig and Mayer

H.J.R. 86

Memorializing Congress to consider carefully the costs of re-authorizing the Safe Drinking Water Amendments of 1986.

LD1561202

Patrons--Deeds and Davies; Senators: Nolen and Trumbo

H.J.R. 95

Continuing the Chesapeake Bay Commission study on the condition of the shellfish industry in the Commonwealth.

LD6512376

Patrons--Murphy and Bloxom; Senators: Cross and Gartlan

H.J.R. 96

Recognizing March as Virginia Mediation Month.

LD1902212

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.

LD1897492

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.

LD0558344

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.

LD5113476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Cohen, Davies, Dillard, Plum and Scott; Senators: Gartlan and Howell

H.J.R. 104

Requesting the Virginia Retirement System to study the portability of retirement benefits between the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions.

LD8280288

Patron--Heilig

H.J.R. 108

Memorializing members of Virginia's Congressional Delegation to support efforts to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to permit veterinarians the use of FDA approved drugs beyond their labeled description in the treatment of animals and to provide the FDA with the necessary authority to regulate their use.

LD1861450

Patrons--Shuler, Abbitt, Armstrong, Behm, Deeds, Jackson and Puller; Senator: Marye

H.J.R. 111

Requesting the Department of Taxation to cooperate with the Joint Subcommittee Studying the Business, Professional, and Occupational License Tax by developing a model ordinance and uniform system of classification.

LD7311136

Patrons--Brickley, Cranwell, Darner, Moss, Puller, Purkey, Scott and Van Yahres; Senators: Calhoun, Colgan, Holland, E.M. and Miller, K.G.

H.J.R. 129

Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the electric utilities, to study the charges incurred by the Department and municipalities related to the safety arrangements for overhead power lines in public rights of way.

LD8909000

Patron--Diamonstein

H.J.R. 135

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning a western connector around Washington, D.C.

LD7547386

Patrons--O'Brien, Albo, Dillard and Fisher; Senators: Barry, Calhoun and Woods

H.J.R. 137

Requesting the Department for the Aging to study the feasibility of establishing a Special Advocate for the Elderly (SAFE) Program of volunteer advocates or coordinators to assist senior citizens during times of crisis.

LD5548386

Patrons--O'Brien, Albo, Connally, Dillard, Fisher, Keating, Marshall, McClure, Parrish and Sherwood; Senators: Barry, Bell and Calhoun

H.J.R. 138

Memorializing the President and Congress to revoke the District of Columbia's operation of the Lorton Penitentiary.

LD3366386

Patrons--O'Brien, Albo, Almand, Brickley, Callahan, Fisher, Harris, Keating, Marshall, McClure, Parrish and Rollison; Senators: Barry and Calhoun

H.J.R. 140

Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation to equalize the tax treatment of health insurance purchased outside of employer groups, and to equalize the tax treatment of the insurance form known as medical care savings accounts.

LD8116828

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

H.J.R. 142

Encouraging the successful development of hydro-electric power.

LD5506100

Patrons--Way, Miller and Van Yahres

H.J.R. 145

Designating April 16th as Federal Budget Deficit Education Day in Virginia.

LD2514376

Patrons--Murphy, Albo, Baker, Clement, Crouch, DeBoer, Howell, McDonnell, Purkey, Ruff, Scott, Spruill, Stump and Van Yahres; Senators: Chichester and Reasor

H.J.R. 150

Requesting the Department of Rail and Public Transportation and the Virginia Department of Transportation to continue their study of rail transportation along the Interstate Route 66 corridor.

LD6624346

Patrons--McClure, Callahan, Fisher, Hull, Marshall, May, O'Brien and Scott; Senators: Barry, Calhoun, Howell and Woods

H.J.R. 151

Requesting the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia to study administrative practices promoting increased efficiency at institutions of higher education.

LD4789346

Patrons--McClure, Albo, Callahan, Fisher, Giesen, Griffith, Harris, Keating, Mayer, O'Brien, Scott and Way; Senators: Holland, E.M., Howell and Woods

H.J.R. 155

Memorializing Congress to allow states greater discretion in the application of welfare recipients' income to the amount of federal housing subsidies.

LD8148761

Patron--Bloxom

H.J.R. 160

Establishing a joint subcommittee to examine local revenue resources and the local taxation of cellular telephone services.

LD4776297

Patrons--Hull and Cranwell

H.J.R. 165

Requesting the Department of Education, in cooperation with the Department of Health, to study the need for guidelines for health requirements for sports participation in the public schools.

LD4734324

Patrons--Marshall and O'Brien

H.J.R. 167

Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that the document entitled Identifying the Costs of Solid Waste Management should be distributed to the localities of the Commonwealth for their review.

LD5923160

Patrons--Cooper and Connally; Senator: Robb

H.J.R. 170

Requesting the Department of Economic Development to examine the feasibility of developing import-export banking within the Commonwealth.

LD1149382

Patrons--Newman, Albo, Forbes, Griffith and Ingram; Senator: Bell

H.J.R. 172

Requesting the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, to study the effects of reductions in the military force on future enrollments in higher education and the feasibility and appropriateness of employing former military personnel as K-12 and collegiate faculty in the Commonwealth.

LD0663158

Patrons--Connally, Almand, Hull, Mims, Plum, Puller and Scott

H.J.R. 173

Requesting the Virginia Department of Health to continue the Women's Health Study.

LD4106828

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

H.J.R. 175

Requesting the Virginia Fire Services Board to develop and maintain a statewide database for the collection and analysis of information documenting firefighter exposure to toxic substances.

LD5100124

Patrons--Ball, Abbitt, Almand, Armstrong, Baker, Barlow, Behm, Bloxom, Callahan, Christian, Clement, Cohen, Cooper, Copeland, Councill, Cranwell, Crittenden, Croshaw, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, Diamonstein, Dudley, Fisher, Grayson, Griffith, Hall, Hamilton, Hargrove, Harris, Heilig, Hull, Ingram, Jackson, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C., Katzen, Keating, Mayer, Melvin, Moore, Morgan, Moss, Newman, Orrock, Parrish, Phillips, Plum, Puller, Reynolds, Robinson, Scott, Sherwood, Shuler, Spruill, Stump, Thomas, Van Landingham, Van Yahres, Wilkins and Woodrum; Senators: Andrews, Barry, Bell, Benedetti, Calhoun, Colgan, Cross, Earley, Gartlan, Hawkins, Holland, C.A., Holland, R.J., Houck, Howell, Lambert, Marye, Maxwell, Miller, Y.B., Nolen, Norment, Quayle, Reasor, Russell, Saslaw, Stolle, Stosch, Trumbo, Waddell, Walker, Wampler and Woods

H.J.R. 180

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study ways of strengthening the family.

LD4765346

Patrons--McClure, McDonnell, O'Brien, Sherwood, Way and Wilkins

H.J.R. 181

Requesting the Board for Professional and Occupational Regulation to study the need for licensing locksmiths.

LD0641346

Patron--McClure

H.J.R. 189

Requesting the Virginia Department of Health, in consultation with Virginia's teaching hospitals, to study the location of inpatient facilities for long-term care of patients with tuberculosis.

LD5541443

Patrons--Scott, Almand, Callahan, Darner, Hull, Mayer, Melvin and Van Landingham; Senators: Calhoun, Holland, E.M. and Howell

H.J.R. 191

Requesting the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the feasibility of developing a school-based health insurance plan.

LD4780488

Patrons--Wilkins, Callahan, Ingram, Katzen, Marshall and Wardrup

H.J.R. 195

Requesting the Department of Education to study the alteration of grades in the public schools.

LD5509148

Patrons--Christian, Behm, Cooper, Copeland, Crittenden, Crouch, Cunningham, Jones, J.C., Melvin, Robinson, Spruill and Van Landingham; Senator: Miller, Y.B.

H.J.R. 197

Requesting the Department of Youth and Family Services to review the use of juvenile probation.

LD5545188

Patrons--Jones, D.C., Christian, Crittenden, Cunningham, Diamonstein, Hall, Robinson and Spruill; Senators: Marsh and Miller, Y.B.

H.J.R. 201

Designating the first week in April as Orthopaedic Technologist Week in Virginia.

LD2532126

Patron--Barlow

H.J.R. 203

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to review staffing guidelines for nursing facilities.

LD8223356

Patron--Miller

H.J.R. 208

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study the need for regulation of unlicensed adult care residences.

LD0533188

Patrons--DeBoer, Cunningham and Hall

H.J.R. 212

Requesting the State Corporation Commission's Division of Motor Carriers to study the administration of motor carrier regulation and revenue collection.

LD4781396

Patrons--Parrish, Albo, Callahan, Dillard, Howell, Ingram, Katzen, Marshall, Mims, O'Brien and Rollison; Senators: Colgan, Stosch and Woods

H.J.R. 216

Memorializing Congress to cease unfunded mandates and to return authority for programs to the states.

LD1086812

Patrons--Dudley, Albo, Baker, Callahan, Cantor, Cox, Crouch, Fisher, Forbes, Griffith, Hamilton, Howell, Ingram, Katzen, Kidd, Kilgore, Marshall, May, McDonnell, O'Brien, Orrock, Parrish, Purkey, Putney, Reid, Ruff, Sherwood, Stump, Tata, Wagner, Wardrup, Watkins, Way and Wilkins; Senators: Chichester and Hawkins

H.J.R. 221

Encouraging collaboration between public schools and institutions of higher education in the preparation of minority students.

LD4745476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Crittenden, Cunningham, Darner, Jones, J.C., Melvin and Robinson; Senators: Calhoun, Lambert, Marsh, Maxwell, Miller, Y.B. and Schewel

H.J.R. 222

Requesting the Board of Education to provide in-service training on conflict resolution for teachers.

LD4712476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Almand, Cooper, Plum and Scott

H.J.R. 223

Requesting the Boards of Health and Health Professions to study the need for regulation of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation programs.

LD8177198

Patron--Davies

H.J.R. 225

Requesting the Department of Social Services to study the use of divorce-education classes in Virginia's courts.

LD3432358

Patrons--Mims, Brickley, Davies, Dillard, Fisher, Forbes, Ingram, Katzen, Marshall, May, McDonnell, Morgan and O'Brien; Senators: Howell, Waddell and Woods

H.J.R. 229

Proclaiming June 11, 1994, as Clean the Bay Day.

LD6695483

Patrons--Wardrup, Behm, Christian, Cooper, Copeland, Crittenden, Hamilton, Heilig, McDonnell, Purkey, Tata and Wagner; Senators: Earley, Holland, C.A., Maxwell, Quayle and Stolle

H.J.R. 231

Memorializing Congress to provide funding for South Battlefield Boulevard (State Route 168) in Chesapeake, Virginia, through the House Public Works Committee Authorization Bill.

LD6990236

Patrons--Forbes, Melvin, Nelms and Spruill; Senator: Earley

H.J.R. 233

Requesting the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the impact of managed health care system practices on the quality and competitiveness of medical laboratory services.

LD8162144

Patron--Callahan

H.J.R. 243

Requesting the Department of Transportation to revise its standards for highway centerlines.

LD6901208

Patrons--Dickinson and Abbitt

H.J.R. 244

Requesting the Congress of the United States quickly to develop and approve the National Highway System.

LD7094208

Patron--Dickinson

H.J.R. 248

Requesting the Department of Medical Assistance Services to study the feasibility of revising the state plan for medical assistance services to include lactation education and supplies for Medicaid recipients.

LD8172160

Patrons--Cooper, Crittenden, Darner and Keating

H.J.R. 251

Requesting the Virginia Housing Study Commission, assisted by the Department of Housing and Community Development to study the need of legislative authority for local governments to inspect rental property.

LD8232396

Patrons--Parrish, Callahan, Marshall and Mims; Senators: Colgan and Stosch

H.J.R. 252

Requesting the Department of Social Services, in consultation with the Virginia Poverty Law Center, to study various approaches for supporting children born to unmarried minor parents.

LD8139761

Patrons--Cunningham, Almand, Bennett, Bloxom and Cranwell; Senators: Colgan and Quayle

H.J.R. 253

Encouraging local governments to establish night basketball leagues as a means to combat crime in urban areas.

LD4783188

Patrons--Cunningham, Almand, Christian, Crittenden, Hull, Jones, D.C., Melvin, Plum, Rhodes and Robinson; Senators: Marsh, Maxwell and Miller, Y.B.

H.J.R. 257

Requesting the Department of Taxation, in cooperation with the State Treasurers' Association and the Commissioners of Revenue Association, to study the statutes of limitation for contesting local property tax assessments, particularly tangible personal property, and for collecting local taxes.

LD4786388

Patrons--Orrock and Dickinson; Senators: Colgan and Houck

H.J.R. 264

Requesting that the Virginia Retirement System study the feasibility of economically-targeted investments in venture capital projects located in the Commonwealth.

LD1818146

Patrons--Cantor, Callahan, Griffith, Purkey and Reid; Senator: Stosch

H.J.R. 266

Requesting the Secretary of Education to examine the concept of summer academic workshops for elementary and secondary school students.

LD5558280

Patron--Harris

H.J.R. 267

Requesting the Virginia Health Services Cost Review Council, in cooperation with appropriate public and private entities, to examine data being compiled in the development of the patient level data base and by other appropriate health-related state agencies and to propose additional elements and reporting formats to facilitate the evaluation and assessment of the cost, quality, and accessibility of health plans.

LD8125828

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

H.J.R. 269

Requesting the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services (DMHMRSAS), with the assistance and cooperation of the Office of the Attorney General, to study community and facility treatment programs for individuals with chronic substance abuse problems.

LD1893156

Patrons--Cohen, Cranwell, Morgan, Thomas, Van Landingham and Woodrum; Senators: Calhoun and Robb

H.J.R. 277

Requesting the Secretary of Education, in cooperation with the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, to study the feasibility and costs of providing night classes for undergraduate and graduate level courses at Virginia's public institutions of higher education.

LD1859450

Patrons--Shuler, Behm, Bennett, Crouch, Heilig, Kilgore and Scott; Senator: Marye

H.J.R. 278

Requesting the Secretary of Education, in cooperation with the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, to study the feasibility and costs of implementing three-semester academic years at Virginia's public institutions of higher education.

LD1860450

Patrons--Shuler, Behm, Bennett, Crouch, Heilig, Kilgore and Scott; Senator: Marye

H.J.R. 284

Requesting the Department of Social Services to develop a plan which would provide for and require local departments of social services and the State Department of Social Services to report all cases of suspected child sexual abuse, perpetrated by non-caretakers, to local law-enforcement agencies.

LD8184761

Patrons--Puller; Senator: Howell

H.J.R. 287

Memorializing Congress to increase the funding for historically Black colleges and universities.

LD4744476

Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Crittenden, Cunningham, Darner, Jones, J.C., Melvin and Robinson; Senators: Calhoun, Lambert, Marsh, Maxwell, Miller, Y.B. and Schewel

H.J.R. 289

Requesting the Virginia congressional delegation to propose legislation eliminating the United States Secretary of Interior's right of condemnation to acquire property for the Richmond National Battlefield Park.

LD5546743

Patrons--Reid, Ball, Cantor and Rhodes; Senators: Benedetti, Colgan, Holland, E.M. and Nolen

H.J.R. 292

Memorializing the President and Congress to reauthorize Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

LD5333148

Patrons--Christian, Cox, Mayer, Plum and Van Landingham; Senators: Miller, Y.B., Trumbo and Wampler

H.J.R. 351

Requesting the Governor's Commission on Government Reform to develop and implement a plan to streamline Virginia's environmental and natural resources regulating process.

LD4791482

Patron--Wagner

H.J.R. 353

Continuing the A. L. Philpott Southside Economic Development Commission.

LD5147152

Patrons--Clement, Abbitt, Armstrong, Bennett, Crouch, DeBoer, Dudley, Moore, Phillips, Reynolds, Ruff and Stump

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

S.J.R. 142

Requesting the cooperation of the Commonwealth's pediatricians in preventing and detecting lead poisoning among children.

LD8198693

Patrons--Lambert and Schewel; Delegates: Mayer and Mims

S.J.R. 177

Requesting the State Corporation Commission's Bureau of Insurance to study certain aspects of private mortgage guaranty insurance coverage.

LD0214722

Patron--Norment

S.J.R. 184

Requesting the Secretary of Health and Human Resources, with the assistance of the Secretary of Finance and Secretary of Education, to study a cost-effective, coordinated response to hunger in the Commonwealth.

LD2303753

Patrons--Walker, Holland, C.A., Holland, E.M., Lambert and Quayle; Delegates: Abbitt, Cooper, Darner, Giesen, Jones, D.C., Robinson and Way

S.J.R. 189

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

LD5313753

Patrons--Walker, Howell, Nolen and Woods; Delegates: Connally, Diamonstein and Van Yahres

IT HAS AGREED TO THE SUBSTITUTE PROPOSED BY THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES TO THE FOLLOWING SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION:

S.J.R. 139

Establishing a Commission on the Future of Higher Education in Virginia.

LD4804204

Patrons--Chichester, Andrews, Barry, Bell, Holland, C.A., Holland, E.M., Houck, Lambert, Nolen, Potts, Saslaw, Schewel, Walker and Woods

THE SENATE HAS DEFEATED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILL:

H.B. 1155

A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 18.2-308.1:2, relating to a prohibition against mechanical devices designed to increase the rate of fire of firearms; penalty.

LD3437252

Patrons--Grayson, Almand, Barlow, Behm, Connally, Crittenden, Cunningham, Keating, Moss and Shuler; Senators: Colgan, Gartlan, Holland, C.A. and Howell

Susan Clarke Schaar Clerk of the Senate

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