SENATE OF VIRGINIA                                          MINUTE BOOK




                           Thursday, February 16, 1995

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

Prayer offered by The Rev. Basil Ballard, Pastor
  Windsor Congregational Christian Church, Windsor, Virginia.

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS - Quorum Present.

Motion of Senator Lambert dispensed with Reading of Journal (39-Y 1-N).

HOUSE COMMUNICATION RECEIVED: (Reading waived 38-Y 0-N).
  Senate Bills with House Amendments Passed: SB 616, 773, 823, 912, 945, 991.
  Senate Bill with House Substitute Passed: SB 874.
  Senate Bill with House Substitute with Amendments Passed: SB 1068.
  House Bill Passed: HB 2615.
  Senate Bills Passed: SB 615, 673, 690, 732, 843, 868, 977, 996, 999, 1071.
  House Bills with Senate Amendments Concurred In: HB 1458, 1758, 1947, 1989,
    2029, 2073, 2085, 2163.

House Bill Referred: See February 17 Senate Calendar.

Senate Bills with House Amendments and Substitutes Placed on Calendar.

BILLS REPORTED
  From Education and Health: HB 1429, 1614S, 1673A, 1678A, 1710, 1866S, 1885,
    1916A, 1920A, 1950, 1960S, 2002A, 2032A, 2061, 2100, 2128A, 2136A, 2147,
    2177A, 2246A, 2282, 2294S, 2365, 2406, 2419A, 2464S, 2476, 2508, 2513,
    2529A, 2541, 2547, 2601, 2612A.

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

CALENDAR

UNFINISHED BUSINESS - HOUSE

H.B. 1775, Senate insisted on its Amendment and requested Committee of
  Conference (37-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1913, Senate insisted on its Amendments and requested Committee of
  Conference (40-Y 0-N).

UNFINISHED BUSINESS - SENATE

S.B. 639 with House Substitute concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
S.B. 665 with House Substitute concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
S.B. 825 with House Amendment concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
S.B. 917 with House Amendment concurred in (40-Y 0-N).


UNCONTESTED CALENDAR HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME, ENGROSSED AND PASSED: Block vote: (40-Y 0-N). H.B. 2084SA Goode floor amendment agreed to. H.B. 1809 H.B. 1973A E.M. Holland floor amendment rejected. H.B. 1419 H.B. 1432 H.B. 1438 H.B. 1447 H.B. 1454 H.B. 1455 H.B. 1457A H.B. 1463 H.B. 1476S H.B. 1485 H.B. 1486 H.B. 1491S H.B. 1495 H.B. 1501 H.B. 1503 H.B. 1511 H.B. 1531 H.B. 1536 H.B. 1545A H.B. 1562 H.B. 1564S H.B. 1567A H.B. 1590 H.B. 1606 H.B. 1635A H.B. 1648A Schewel floor amendment agreed to, Goode floor amendment agreed to. H.B. 1654 H.B. 1672 H.B. 1692 H.B. 1698A H.B. 1731 H.B. 1746 H.B. 1792 H.B. 1823 H.B. 1824A Committee amendment rejected, Colgan floor amendment agreed to. H.B. 1873 H.B. 1879 H.B. 1899 H.B. 1940 H.B. 1959 H.B. 1976 H.B. 2000 H.B. 2017 H.B. 2093S Quayle floor substitute agreed to. H.B. 2134A H.B. 2135S
H.B. 2169 H.B. 2180 H.B. 2197 H.B. 2230 H.B. 2233 H.B. 2265A H.B. 2266A H.B. 2269 H.B. 2270A H.B. 2275 H.B. 2291 H.B. 2332 H.B. 2485S H.B. 2488A H.B. 2611 H.B. 2228SA Robb floor amendments agreed to, passed (40-Y 0-N). H.B. 132A (39-Y 0-N). H.B. 1802S (32-Y 6-N), reconsideration agreed to (38-Y 0-N), passed (27-Y 12-N). H.B. 1962A Calhoun floor amendments agreed to, passed (39-Y 0-N). H.B. 2543S Committee substitute rejected, R.J. Holland floor substitute agreed to, passed (40-Y 0-N). House informed. HOUSE BILL ON THIRD READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: H.B. 2179A REGULAR CALENDAR HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME, ENGROSSED AND PASSED: H.B. 1301A Additional committee amendments agreed to, passed (38-Y 2-N). H.B. 1845 Woods floor amendment rejected, passed (29-Y 11-N). House informed. H.B. 374A (36-Y 3-N). H.B. 1426 (39-Y 0-N). H.B. 1728 (38-Y 0-N). H.B. 1908 (36-Y 1-N), reconsideration agreed to (38-Y 0-N), passed (39-Y 0-N). H.B. 1971A Earley floor amendment agreed to (25-Y 14-N), Saslaw floor amendment agreed to (23-Y 17-N), passed (30-Y 10-N). House informed. H.B. 2361A (29-Y 11-N). H.B. 2429 (33-Y 5-N), reconsideration agreed to (40-Y 0-N), passed (31-Y 7-N). HOUSE BILL ON THIRD READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: H.B. 1593 UNCONTESTED CALENDAR HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING: Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (38-Y 0-N). H.B. 768S H.B. 1435
H.B. 1473S H.B. 1546S H.B. 1601 H.B. 1608 H.B. 1620 H.B. 1623S H.B. 1628A H.B. 1640A H.B. 1700S H.B. 1724 H.B. 1818A H.B. 1837 H.B. 1851 H.B. 1865 H.B. 1867A H.B. 1872A H.B. 1884S H.B. 1886 H.B. 1892S H.B. 1955 H.B. 1986A H.B. 1990S H.B. 2004A H.B. 2009 H.B. 2050 H.B. 2087A H.B. 2088A H.B. 2089 H.B. 2091 H.B. 2115S H.B. 2127 H.B. 2164 H.B. 2170A H.B. 2183 H.B. 2190 H.B. 2194 H.B. 2215A H.B. 2229 H.B. 2253 H.B. 2256 H.B. 2257S H.B. 2279A H.B. 2284 H.B. 2293S H.B. 2313 H.B. 2333 H.B. 2341 H.B. 2348 H.B. 2383S H.B. 2386 H.B. 2407 H.B. 2415 H.B. 2422 H.B. 2454 H.B. 2456A H.B. 2458A H.B. 2470A H.B. 2537 H.B. 2575S H.B. 2576 H.B. 2585 H.B. 2609S HOUSE BILL ON SECOND READING: H.B. 1760 Recommitted to Finance. REGULAR CALENDAR HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING: Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (38-Y 0-N). H.B. 1665 H.B. 1711S H.B. 1727 H.B. 1754 H.B. 1755 H.B. 1786 H.B. 1897S H.B. 2011 H.B. 2020 H.B. 2040S H.B. 2193A H.B. 2251A H.B. 2280 H.B. 2297 H.B. 2328S H.B. 2347 Rereferred to Finance. H.B. 2359A H.B. 2455 H.B. 2530 H.B. 2548A HOUSE BILL ON SECOND READING: H.B. 2247A Rereferred to Finance. UNCONTESTED CALENDAR SENATE BILL ON SECOND READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: S.B. 1121A SENATE BILL ON FIRST READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: S.B. 1120 HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION ON THIRD READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: H.J.R. 20 REGULAR CALENDAR HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON THIRD READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: H.J.R. 612A H.J.R. 662
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON SECOND READING AND PASSED BY FOR DAY: S.J.R. 390 S.J.R. 391 S.J.R. 392A S.J.R. 393 S.J.R. 394 S.J.R. 395A MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS Taken up and agreed to: H.J.R. 697 H.J.R. 703 COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS Taken up and agreed to by voice vote: H.J.R. 698 H.J.R. 700 H.J.R. 702 H.J.R. 704 H.J.R. 705 H.J.R. 706 H.J.R. 707 H.J.R. 708 S.J.R. 397 S.B. 1123 offered by Senator Nolen (consent to introduce 39-Y 0-N). Bill presented, ordered printed and referred under Senate Rules 11(b), 26(g) and HJR 429: See February 17 Senate Calendar. H.J.R. 610, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). H.J.R. 712, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). S.J.R. 399 offered by Senator Waddell (consent to introduce 40-Y 0-N). Resolution presented, ordered printed and referred under Senate Rules 11(b), 26(g) and HJR 429: See February 17 Senate Calendar. On motion of Senator Walker, the Senate adjourned at 3:00 p.m. to convene Friday, February 17 at 11:00 a.m. Pursuant to Rule 21(d)ii, the Clerk was ordered to receive the Committee Reports. BILLS REPORTED From Finance: HB 1466, 1502, 1575, 1589A, 1760S, 2012S, 2034, 2247, 2287, 2312, 2347, 2397, 2431; SB 1122S, 1123. From Transportation: HB 1467A, 1470, 1634, 1655, 1757, 1768, 1963S, 2038, 2141, 2156A, 2160, 2162, 2185S, 2201, 2231A, 2236, 2268, 2285, 2318A, 2319, 2321A, 2324S, 2382, 2405, 2499A, 2534, 2544, 2562, 2587A. Key: A = Amendment(s); S = Substitute; SA = Substitute with Amendment(s)

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