Thursday, January 26, 1995
Called to order at 12 m. by Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's Table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Dr. J. Kenneth Rogers, Pastor,
  St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Lynchburg, Virginia

Attendance Roll Call - Quorum Present

Journal for Wednesday, January 25, 1995, approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication received:
  Senate Bills passed:  SB 611, 724

Bills and Resolution reported:
  From Corporations, Insurance and Banking:  HB 1733, 1748A, 1951, 1952A,
    1977, 2041, 2081, 2096 (Referred), 2249 (Referred)
  From General Laws:  HB 1473, 1620, 1652, 1659S, 1670 (Referred),
    1674, 1691 (Referred), 1706 (Referred), 1725, 1736, 1744A, 1761S,
    1816A, 1826, 1843A, 1849S, 1863, 1889A, 1913;  HJR 466 (Referred)
  From Health, Welfare and Institutions:  HB 1507S, 1622S, 1689S, 1780,
    1921A, 2128S
  From Roads and Internal Navigation:  HB 1467S, 1819A, 1890S, 1961,
    1989, 1992, 1994A, 2070, 2073, 2093 (Referred)

HJR 684 (Election of Circuit Court Judges, General District Court
  Judges, and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges
  at 12:45 p.m.) offered by Mr. Cranwell and agreed to (Y-94 N-0)

Mr. Councill requested the consent of the House to introduce a resolution.
  The consent of the House was given. (Y-91 N-0)

Mr. Wardrup requested the consent of the House to introduce a bill.  The
  consent of the House was given. (Y-96 N-0)

Mr. Howell requested the consent of the House to introduce a bill.  The
  consent of the House was given.  (Y-97 N-0)

Mr. Van Yahres requested the consent of the House to introduce a bill.
  The consent of the House was given. (Y-96 N-0)

Mr. Bennett requested the consent of the House to introduce a bill.
  The consent of the House was given.  (Y-95 N-0)

SJR 310 taken up and agreed to

Message from Senate:  HJR 684 agreed to

House ready to proceed with Joint Order

Message from Senate:  Senate ready to proceed with Joint Order

HR 25 (Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships)
  offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 26 (Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships)
  offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

HR 27 (Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic
  relations district court judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

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

Election of Circuit Court Judges:
  First Judicial Circuit:  V. Thomas Forehand, Jr.
  Second Judicial Circuit:  Kenneth N. Whitehurst, Jr.
  Third Judicial Circuit:  Von L. Piersall, Jr.
  Twelfth Judicial Circuit:  Herbert C. Gill, Jr.
  Thirteenth Judicial Circuit:  Theodore J. Markow
  Fifteenth Judicial Circuit:  William H. Ledbetter, Jr.
  Nineteenth Judicial Circuit:  F. Bruce Bach
  Nineteenth Judicial Circuit:  M. Langhorne Keith
  Nineteenth Judicial Circuit:  David T. Stitt
  Twentieth Judicial Circuit:  James H. Chamblin
  Twenty-first Judicial Circuit:  Martin F. Clark, Jr.
  Twenty-third Judicial Circuit:  Clifford R. Weckstein
  Twenty-third Judicial Circuit:  Robert P. Doherty, Jr.
  Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit:  Charles H. Smith, Jr.
  Twenty-ninth Judicial Circuit:  Keary R. Williams
  Thirtieth Judicial Circuit:  Ford C. Quillen

Election of General District Court Judges:
  Second Judicial District:  J. Dale Bimson
  Sixth Judicial District:  Kenneth W. Nye
  Fifteenth Judicial District: Tristram T. Hyde IV
  Seventeenth Judicial District:  Karen A. Henenberg
  Seventeenth Judicial District:  Thomas J. Kelley
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Leslie M. Alden
  Twenty-first Judicial District:  Charles M. Stone
  Twenty-fourth Judicial District:  Jesse C. Crumbley III
  Twenty-fifth Judicial District:  J. Gregory Mooney
  Thirtieth Judicial District:  Suzanne K. Fulton

Election of Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judges:
  First Judicial District:  James A. Leftwich
  Third Judicial District:  Alotha Carol Willis
  Fifth Judicial District:  William R. Moore, Jr.
  Fourteenth Judicial District:  William G. Boice
  Fifteenth Judicial District:  J. Maston Davis
  Fifteenth Judicial District:  J. Martin Bass
  Eighteenth Judicial District:  Stephen W. Rideout
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Jane P. Delbridge
  Twenty-third Judicial District:  Joseph M. Clarke II
  Twenty-fourth Judicial District:  A. Ellen White
  Twenty-sixth Judicial District:  William W. Sharp
  Twenty-ninth Judicial District:  Michael L. Moore
  Thirtieth Judicial District:  Elizabeth S. Wills

Bills presented, ordered printed, and referred pursuant to House Rule 37:
  See January 27 Calendar

Resolution presented and laid on Speaker's Table pursuant to
  House Rule 39 (a):  See January 27 Calendar

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
Block Vote:  (Y-100 N-0)
H.B. 1636
H.B. 1494
H.B. 1742
H.B. 1765A
H.B. 1774A

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 1615A   - (Y-99 N-0)
H.B. 1741    - (Y-100 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
H.B. 1423A   - Committee Amendment agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1442    - Passed by
H.B. 1455    - Engrossed
H.B. 1535    - Engrossed, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1630S   - Committee Substitute agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1650A   - Committee Amendments agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1720    - Engrossed
H.B. 1729    - Engrossed, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1730    - Engrossed, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1738A   - Committee Amendment agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1758    - Engrossed, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1772    - Engrossed
H.B. 1779    - Mr. Purkey floor amendments agreed to, bill engrossed,
               moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1792    - Engrossed
H.B. 1808    - Engrossed
H.B. 1825    - Engrossed
H.B. 1827    - Engrossed
H.B. 1860A   - Committee Amendment agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1875    - Engrossed
H.B. 1880    - Engrossed
H.B. 1887    - Passed by
H.B. 1905    - Passed by, moved to Regular Calendar
H.B. 1917    - Engrossed

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 1456    - Mr. Davies Floor Substitute agreed to, bill engrossed
H.B. 1732    - Engrossed
H.B. 1745    - Passed by
H.B. 1752    - Engrossed

HOUSE BILLS WITH SENATE AMENDMENTS
H.B. 1088    - Senate Amendment rejected (Y-0 N-98)
H.B. 465     - (Y-96 N-2)

RESOLUTION
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.J.R. 427   -  (Y-97 N-1)

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
H.B. 1419
H.B. 1430A
H.B. 1471A
H.B. 1485
H.B. 1527
H.B. 1631
H.B. 1633
H.B. 1688A
H.B. 1703
H.B. 1749A
H.B. 1769
H.B. 1791A
H.B. 1836
H.B. 1864
H.B. 1946

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
H.B. 1426A
H.B. 1501
H.B. 1511
H.B. 1531
H.B. 1542
H.B. 1606

SENATE BILLS READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED
S.B. 629
S.B. 645
S.B. 659
S.B. 679
S.B. 747
S.B. 758

Motion by Mr. Cranwell to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at  2:35 p.m. to meet Friday, January 27, 1995, at 12 m.




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