SENATE OF VIRGINIA                                          MINUTE BOOK



                          Thursday, January 25, 1996

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

Prayer offered by The Rev. Bradley H. Scott, Pastor
  Mt. Zion & North Tazewell United Methodist Church, North Tazewell,
  Virginia.

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS - Quorum Present.

Motion of Senator Stosch dispensed with Reading of Journal (38-Y 0-N).

COMMUNICATION FROM HOUSE (HN10124):  (Reading waived 39-Y 0-N).
House Bills Passed:  HB 38, 92, 182, 390.
House Joint Resolution Agreed To:  HJR 288.

House Bills Referred and Joint Resolution Laid on Clerk's Desk:
  See January 26 Senate Calendar.

BILLS REPORTED
From Education and Health:  SB 36S, 115, 122S, 181, 190A, 193, 291, 299S,
  321S, 330A, 341.

Leave of Absence granted:  Senator Lambert.

S.B. 628 offered by K.G. Miller (request of Governor).
S.B. 629 offered by Senator Waddell (consent to introduce 37-Y 0-N).
S.B. 630 offered by Senator Waddell (consent to introduce 37-Y 0-N).
S.B. 631 offered by Senator Waddell (consent to introduce 37-Y 0-N).
S.J.R. 125 offered by Senator Marsh (consent to introduce 38-Y 0-N).

Bills and Resolution presented, ordered printed and referred under
  Senate Rules 11(b), 26(g) and HJR 2:  See January 26 Senate Calendar.

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE:  House agreed to HJR 289 (Election of Circuit Court
  Judges, General District Court Judges, Juvenile and Domestic Relations
  District Court Judges, Member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review
  Commission, Members of the State Corporation Commission and Member of the
  Virginia Worker's Compensation Commission)

H.J.R. 289, Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N),
   agreed to (38-Y 0-N).  House informed.

CALENDAR

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING
Read third time.
Block vote:  Passed (39-Y 0-N).
S.B. 56
S.B. 146
S.B. 194A
S.B. 197
S.B. 200
S.B. 216
S.B. 230
S.B. 232
S.B. 234
S.B. 250
S.B. 143, Out of block, passed (38-Y 0-N).

REGULAR CALENDAR
SENATE BILLS ON THIRD READING
Read third time.
S.B. 191A, Passed (38-Y 0-N, 1-A).
S.B. 199, Passed (37-Y 0-N, 2-A).
S.B. 209, Passed (27-Y 11-N).

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
Read second time, engrossed.
S.B. 5
S.B. 8A
S.B. 17
S.B. 18
S.B. 27A
S.B. 35
S.B. 55
S.B. 60
S.B. 79A
S.B. 108S
S.B. 124
S.B. 130A
S.B. 176
S.B. 186A
S.B. 201
S.B. 203S
S.B. 221
S.B. 251

SENATE BILL ON SECOND READING
S.B. 241, Passed by for day.

REGULAR CALENDAR
SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING
Read second time, engrossed.
S.B. 170
S.B. 179A
S.B. 211A

SENATE BILL ON SECOND READING
S.B. 212A, Reconsideration of engrossment agreed to (37-Y 2-N), passed by
  for day.

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING
Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N).
S.B. 3
S.B. 4
S.B. 13
S.B. 37S
S.B. 45A
S.B. 46A
S.B. 50
S.B. 52
S.B. 69
S.B. 71A
S.B. 73
S.B. 74
S.B. 75A
S.B. 76
S.B. 77
S.B. 82
S.B. 83
S.B. 87
S.B. 91A
S.B. 104A
S.B. 105S
S.B. 111
S.B. 114
S.B. 117
S.B. 119
S.B. 121S
S.B. 125
S.B. 147
S.B. 151A
S.B. 152S
S.B. 153
S.B. 155
S.B. 156S
S.B. 164A
S.B. 166
S.B. 168
S.B. 173
S.B. 175
S.B. 182
S.B. 183
S.B. 185
S.B. 195
S.B. 208A
S.B. 210A
S.B. 215
S.B. 218A
S.B. 223
S.B. 226
S.B. 235
S.B. 254
S.B. 256A
S.B. 260
S.B. 263
S.B. 269
S.B. 294

S.B. 298A S.B. 319 S.B. 325 REGULAR CALENDAR SENATE BILLS ON FIRST READING Rules suspended, constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N). S.B. 15S S.B. 19S S.B. 127 S.B. 132A S.B. 154 S.B. 158 S.B. 187A S.B. 252 S.B. 290S UNCONTESTED CALENDAR SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION ON SECOND READING S.J.R. 5, Read second time, engrossed. MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS Taken up and agreed to: H.J.R. 18 H.J.R. 22 H.J.R. 23 H.J.R. 39 H.J.R. 40 S.J.R. 38 S.J.R. 39 S.J.R. 40 S.J.R. 47 S.J.R. 55 S.J.R. 57 S.J.R. 60 COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS Taken up and agreed to (voice vote): H.J.R. 19 H.J.R. 20 H.J.R. 24 H.J.R. 25 H.J.R. 26 H.J.R. 28 H.J.R. 29 H.J.R. 41 H.J.R. 42 H.J.R. 43 H.J.R. 44 H.J.R. 56 H.J.R. 57 H.J.R. 58 H.J.R. 59 H.J.R. 60 H.J.R. 61 H.J.R. 62 S.J.R. 30 S.J.R. 31 S.J.R. 33 S.J.R. 41 S.J.R. 44 S.J.R. 56 S.J.R. 77 S.J.R. 78 S.J.R. 79 S.J.R. 80 S.J.R. 81 S.J.R. 82 S.J.R. 94 S.J.R. 102 S.J.R. 103 S.J.R. 106 S.J.R. 109 S.J.R. 116 S.J.R. 126 offered by Senator Edwards (consent to introduce). S.R. 3, 4, 5 and 6 offered by Senator Gartlan. S.R. 7 and 8 offered by Senator K.G. Miller. Resolutions presented, ordered printed and referred under Senate Rule 11(b). S.R. 3, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). S.R. 4, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (37-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). S.R. 5, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). S.R. 6, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (37-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). S.R. 7, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to in part (voice vote), lines 6 & 7 agreed to (voice vote). s.R. 8, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived, taken up for immediate consideration (38-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote). House informed that nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 289. MESSAGE FROM HOUSE: Nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 289. ELECTION OF CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES, GENERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGES, JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS DISTRICT COURT JUDGES, MEMBER OF THE JUDICIAL INQUIRY AND REVIEW COMMISSION, MEMBERS OF THE STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION AND MEMBER OF THE VIRGINIA WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION Circuit Court Judges (39-Y 0-N): Fourth Judicial Circuit: John C. Morrison, Jr. Fourth Judicial Circuit: Lydia C. Taylor Eleventh Judicial Circuit: Oliver A. Pollard, Jr. Thirteenth Judicial Circuit: Donald W. Lemons Thirteenth Judicial Circuit: Randall G. Johnson
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: George F. Tidey Sixteenth Judicial Circuit: F. Ward Harkrader, Jr. Nineteenth Judicial Circuit: Michael P. McWeeny Twentieth Judicial Circuit: William Shore Robertson Twenty-sixth Judicial Circuit: Porter R. Graves, Jr. Thirty-first Judicial Circuit: Herman A. Whisenant, Jr. General District Court Judges (39-Y 0-N): First Judicial District: Colon H. Whitehurst Second Judicial District: Thomas M. Ammons, III Fifth Judicial District: G. Blair Harry Seventh Judicial District: Joan T. Morris Seventh Judicial District: David F. Pugh Eighth Judicial District: William C. Andrews, III Eighth Judicial District: Albert W. Patrick, III Ninth Judicial District: Merlin M. Renne Twelfth Judicial District: Robert D. Laney Fourteenth Judicial District: Charles R. Chapman Fifteenth Judicial District: Robert P. Beaver Fifteenth Judicial District: Horace A. Revercomb, III Fifteenth Judicial District: John W. Scott, Jr. Sixteenth Judicial District: William A. Talley, Jr. Sixteenth Judicial District: William G. Barkley Nineteenth Judicial District: Ian M. O'Flaherty Twentieth Judicial District: James D. Forsyth, II Twenty-first Judicial District: J. Frank Greenwalt, Jr. Twenty-third Judicial District: Julian H. Raney, Jr. Thirty-first Judicial District: Wenda K. Travers Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court (39-Y 0-N): First Judicial District: Frederick H. Creekmore, Sr. Fourth Judicial District: James H. Flippen, Jr. Seventh Judicial District: Edward L. Hubbard Tenth Judicial District: William S. Kerr Twelfth Judicial District: Jerry Hendrick, Jr. Thirteenth Judicial District: Audrey J. Franks Thirteenth Judicial District: Angela E. Roberts Twenty-first Judicial District: Junius P. Warren Twenty-second Judicial District: Calvin W. Fowler Twenty-seventh Judicial District: J. Patrick Graybeal Twenty-ninth Judicial District: J. Wesley McClintock, III Thirty-first Judicial District: Janice B. Wellington Member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission (39-Y 0-N): Theodore J. Craddock Members of the State Corporation Commission: Theodore V. Morrison, Jr. (39-Y 0-N) Isaac Clinton Miller (38-Y 0-N 1-A) Member of the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission (39-Y 0-N): Lawrence D. Tarr On motion of Senator Walker, the Senate adjourned at 1:15 p.m. to convene Friday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. Pursuant to Rule 21(d)ii, the Clerk was ordered to receive the Committee Reports.
BILLS REPORTED From Transportation: SB 161A, 174, 178, 188A, 192A, 206, 213, 228S, 229, 267, 272, 274, 275, 277, 279, 284, 305, 317, 322, 327, 329. Key: A = Amendment(s); S = Substitute; SA = Substitute with Amendment(s)

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