SENATE OF VIRGINIA                                          MINUTE BOOK


                            Friday, March 8, 1996

Called to order at 10:00 a.m. by Lt. Governor, Donald S. Beyer, Jr.

Prayer offered by The Rev. Tom Berlin, Pastor
  Toms Brook Methodist Church, Toms Brook, Virginia.

ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS - Quorum Present.

Motion of Senator Ticer dispensed with Reading of Journal (40-Y 0-N).

On motion of Senator Saslaw, the Senate recessed at 10:15 a.m. to reconvene
  at 11:00 a.m.

The Senate reconvened at 11:00 a.m.

On motion of Senator Saslaw, the Senate recessed at 11:00 a.m. to reconvene
  at 11:35 a.m.

The Senate reconvened at 11:35 a.m.

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE:  House agreed to HJR 365 (Election of Circuit Court
  Judges, General District Court Judge, and Juvenile and Domestic Relations
  District Court Judge).

H.J.R. 365, Rules suspended, taken up for immediate consideration (37-Y 0-N),
  agreed to (40-Y 0-N).  House informed.

MESSAGE FROM HOUSE:  Nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 365.

S.R. 14, 15 and 16 offered by Senator Gartlan.

S.R. 14, Rules suspended, readings waived, taken up for immediate
  consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote).
S.R. 15, Rules suspended, readings waived, taken up for immediate
  consideration (38-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote).
S.R. 16, Rules suspended, readings waived, taken up for immediate
  consideration (39-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote).

House informed that nominations have been made pursuant to HJR 365.

ELECTION OF CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES, GENERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGE, AND JUVENILE
  AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS DISTRICT COURT JUDGE
Circuit Court Judges (40-Y 0-N):
  Eighth Judicial Circuit:  William C. Andrews
  Fifteenth Judicial Circuit:  John W. Scott, Jr.
  Nineteenth Judicial Circuit:  Leslie M. Alden
General District Judge (39-Y 0-N):
  Nineteenth Judicial District:  Lorraine Nordlund
Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judge (40-Y 0-N):
  Second Judicial District:  A. Joseph Canada, Jr.

CALENDAR

BILLS IN CONFERENCE
H.B. 14, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 37, Conference Report concurred in (37-Y 0-N).
H.B. 148, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
H.B. 265, Conference Report rejected (19-Y 21-N).
H.B. 293, Conference Report concurred in (32-Y 8-N), reconsideration agreed
  to (40-Y 0-N), concurred in (30-Y 10-N).
H.B. 464, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
H.B. 650, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 1-N).
H.B. 789, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 800, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
H.B. 987, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1212, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1350, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1490, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1502, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.J.R. 104, Conference Report concurred in (voice vote).
S.B. 120, Senate acceded to House request for second Committee of
  Conference (40-Y 0-N); House informed; conferees appointed--Senators
  Lambert, Stosch and Houck.
S.B. 152, Conference Report concurred in (38-Y 1-N).
S.B. 266, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
S.B. 433, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
S.B. 448, Conference Report concurred in (39-Y 1-N).
S.B. 575, Senate acceded to House request for second Committee of
  Conference (40-Y 0-N); House informed; conferees appointed--Senators Woods,
  Saslaw and Ticer.
S.B. 623, Conference Report concurred in (40-Y 0-N).

UNFINISHED BUSINESS - SENATE
S.B. 637, House substitute concurred in (40-Y 0-N).

HOUSE BILLS WITH GOVERNOR'S AMENDMENTS
H.B. 507, Governor's amendments concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 644, Governor's amendment concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 812, Governor's substitute concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1052, Governor's amendment concurred in (40-Y 0-N).
H.B. 1485, Governor's amendments concurred in (39-Y 0-N).

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED
H.J.R. 354, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived
  (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote).
H.J.R. 355, Rules suspended, committee discharged, readings waived
  (40-Y 0-N), agreed to (voice vote).

BILL REPORTED
From Commerce and Labor:  HB 1555.

SUPPLEMENTAL CALENDAR NO.1

HOUSE BILL ON SECOND READING
H.B. 1555, Read second time, rules suspended, third constitutional reading
  dispensed (40-Y 0-N), passed (39-Y 1-N).

S.B. 638 offered by Senator Earley (request of Governor).
S.J.R. 176 offered by Senator Lambert (consent to introduce 40-Y 0-N).
S.R. 17 offered by Senator Colgan (consent to introduce 36-Y 0-N).

Bill and Resolution presented, ordered printed and referred under
  Senate Rule 11(b) and HJR 2:  See March 9 Senate Calendar.

On motion of Senator Saslaw, the Senate recessed at 12:50 p.m. to reconvene
  at 4:10 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 4:10 p.m.

S.J.R. 177 and 178 offered by Senator Waddell (consent to introduce
  34-Y 5-N).

Resolutions laid on Clerk's Desk under Senate Rule 26(g) and HJR 2:
  See March 9 Senate Calendar.

COMMUNICATION FROM HOUSE (HN10308):  (Reading waived 40-Y 0-N).
Senate Bill with Conference Report Concurred In:  SB 152.
House Bills with Conference Reports Concurred In:  HB 37, 1502.
House Bills Amended in Accordance with Recommendations of Governor:  HB 819,
  890, 1036.
House Joint Resolution Agreed To:  HJR 363.
Senate Bills Amended in Accordance with Recommendations of Governor:  SB 148,
  248, 273, 330, 506, 583, 615.
Senate Joint Resolutions Agreed To:  158, 160, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167,
  168, 169, 170.

House Joint Resolution Laid on the Clerk's Desk:  See March 9 Senate
  Calendar.

MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS
Rules suspended, readings waived (40-Y 0-N), taken up for immediate
  consideration, agreed to.
H.J.R. 356
S.J.R. 171, Engrossed.
S.J.R. 173, Engrossed.
S.J.R. 174, Engrossed.
S.J.R. 176, Engrossed.

COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS
Rules suspended, readings waived (37-Y 0-N), taken up for immediate
  consideration, agreed to (voice vote).
H.J.R. 336
H.J.R. 337
H.J.R. 338
H.J.R. 351
H.J.R. 357
H.J.R. 358
H.J.R. 359
H.J.R. 360
H.J.R. 361
S.J.R. 172, Engrossed.
S.J.R. 175, Engrossed.
S.R. 13, Engrossed.


On motion of Senator Walker, the Senate adjourned at 4:35 p.m.
  to convene Saturday, March 9 at 10:00 a.m.

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