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In the House of Delegates February 1, 1996

THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:

H.B. 62 A BILL to provide a charter for the Town of South Boston in Halifax County and to repeal Chapter 219, as amended, of the Acts of Assembly of 1960, which provided a charter for the City of South Boston.

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EMERGENCY

Patrons--Bennett; Senator: Lucas

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 123 A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-32 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the method for increasing school board salaries.

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Patron--Guest

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 148 A BILL to amend and reenact 4.1-322 of the Code of Virginia, relating to alcoholic beverage control; interdicted persons; penalty.

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Patrons--Moran and Van Landingham

H.B. 230 A BILL to amend and reenact 16.1-278.5, as it is currently effective and as it may become effective, of the Code of Virginia, relating to suspension of driver's licenses of certain children.

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Patrons--Nixon and Cantor

Engrossed by House - com. sub. 966997384-H1

H.B. 233 A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-47.3 of the Code of Virginia, relating to school board vacancies under county manager plan of government.

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Patrons--Almand, Connally and Darner; Senators: Howell, Ticer and Whipple

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 276 A BILL to amend and reenact 19.2-83.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to notice of arrest of school employee.

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Patrons--Mims, Albo, Callahan, Crouch, Forbes, Griffith, Hamilton, Howell, Katzen, Kilgore, McClure, McDonnell, Ruff, Way, Weatherholtz and Wilkins; Senators: Couric and Schrock

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 325 A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-307 of the Code of Virginia, relating to dismissal of teachers.

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Patrons--Hamilton, Barlow, Crittenden and Diamonstein; Senators: Norment and Williams

Reengrossed by House as amended

H.B. 327 A BILL to amend and reenact 22.1-295 of the Code of Virginia, relating to employment of teachers.

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Patrons--Hamilton, Barlow, Crittenden and Diamonstein; Senator: Norment

H.B. 394 A BILL to amend and reenact 65.2-101 of the Code of Virginia, as it is currently effective and as it may become effective, relating to workers’ compensation; sports officials.

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Patrons--Dillard, Albo, Callahan, Darner, Harris, Keating, May, McClure, Parrish, Puller and Watts; Senators: Barry and Ticer

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 445 A BILL to amend and reenact 65.2-510 of the Code of Virginia, relating to workers' compensation; refusal of employment.

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Patrons--Van Landingham, Christian, Hull, Jones, D.C., McEachin, Moran, Plum, Scott and Watts

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 618 A BILL to amend and reenact 4.1-406 and 4.1-505 of the Code of Virginia, relating to alcoholic beverage control; wine and beer franchise acts.

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Patrons--Diamonstein, Abbitt, Albo, Almand, Armstrong, Barlow, Brickley, Bryant, Cantor, Cranwell, Croshaw, Davies, DeBoer, Fisher, Grayson, Hamilton, Harris, Jones, J.C., McClure, Mims, Moore, Moss, O'Brien, Phillips, Reid, Robinson, Scott, Wagner, Watts, Wilkins and Woodrum; Senators: Barry, Couric, Earley, Gartlan, Hanger, Hawkins, Houck, Howell, Lucas, Marsh, Maxwell, Newman, Reasor, Saslaw, Ticer and Woods

Engrossed by House as amended

H.B. 715 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 65.2-401.1, relating to workers' compensation; presumption as to definition of disease.

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Patron--Phillips

H.B. 1034 A BILL to amend and reenact 40.1-51.5 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 40.1-51.9:2, relating to boiler and pressure vessel safety; contract fee inspectors.

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Patrons--Reid and Cox

H.B. 1062 A BILL to amend and reenact 36-49.1:1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to spot blight abatement.

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Patrons--Watts, Albo, Fisher, Harris, Hull, Keating, Plum, Puller and Scott

Engrossed by House as amended

IT HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:

H.J.R. 31 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study DNA evidence and the ability of the parties to review it and to challenge its introduction.

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Patrons--Woodrum, Almand, Cranwell, Guest and Howell

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 38 Requesting the Department of Youth and Family Services to develop certain mental health services, assess the need for additional shelters for runaway youth, and to report on statewide planning efforts for youth.

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Patrons--Cantor, Baker, Bloxom, Darner, Deeds, Jackson, Jones, J.C., Melvin, Moran and Rhodes; Senators: Houck, Miller, Y.B. and Reasor

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 51 Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Richmond Metropolitan Authority to expedite the implementation of the automated vehicle identification (AVI) system, and to examine the procedures for snow removal on the Powhite and the Powhite Extension.

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Patrons--Watkins and Nixon

Engrossed by House - com. sub. 961860484-H1

H.J.R. 53 Requesting the Council on Information Management, as part of the Information Technology Infrastructure Initiative, to evaluate roadblocks to implementation of telemedicine applications in rural Virginia and recommend legislative or regulatory action.

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Patrons--Mims, Albo, Bennett, Callahan, Davies, Griffith, Hamilton, Hargrove, Keating, May, McDonnell, Ruff and Sherwood; Senators: Hanger, Waddell and Woods

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 64 Requesting the Department of Veterans' Affairs to establish an Agent Orange task force.

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Patrons--Puller, Almand, Brickley, Connally, Darner, Dillard, May, McClure, McEachin, Moran, O'Brien, Stump and Watts; Senators: Barry, Gartlan, Ticer and Waddell

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 67 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Virginia by adding in Article I a section numbered 8-A, relating to the rights of victims of crime.

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Patrons--Mims, Albo, Almand, Bennett, Callahan, Davies, Deeds, Dudley, Fisher, Forbes, Katzen, Kilgore, Landes, McDonnell, Moore, Nixon, O'Brien, Orrock, Wardrup and Way; Senators: Barry, Earley, Norment, Stolle, Waddell and Woods

H.J.R. 69 Requesting the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar to continue to study the issue of the award of rehabilitative alimony and the reservation of spousal support after the entry of a final decree of divorce.

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Patron--Woodrum

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 72 Requesting the Department of Planning and Budget to study the feasibility of establishing a Virginia Emergency Relief Fund to provide state assistance to localities declared disaster areas by the Governor but not approved for assistance by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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Patrons--Crouch, Armstrong, Bennett, Bryant, Clement, Cox, Davies, Dudley, Ingram, Marshall and Putney; Senator: Hawkins

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 79 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study the cost-effectiveness of public defender offices versus court-appointed counsel for indigent defendants and the level of court-appointed counsel fees.

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Patrons--McDonnell, Croshaw, Drake and Jones, J.C.; Senators: Schrock and Stolle

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 92 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission, in communication with the Virginia Commission on Youth, to study the formation, existence, and growth of youth gangs in Virginia.

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Patrons--Almand, Behm, Brickley, Connally, Croshaw, Diamonstein, Hull and Moran

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 101 Continuing the A. L. Philpott Southside Economic Development Commission.

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Patrons--Clement, Abbitt, Armstrong, Bennett, Councill, Crouch, Dudley, Ingram, Reynolds and Ruff; Senators: Goode, Hawkins, Holland and Lucas

H.J.R. 113 Requesting that the Virginia State Crime Commission, in cooperation with certain state agencies, study the retirement benefits of correctional and parole officers, the development of a differential pay system for correctional officers, and the establishment of drug testing policies for employees of the Department of Corrections.

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Patrons--Woodrum and Almand; Senator: Howell

H.J.R. 125 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that Medicaid waivers be amended to offer consumer-directed personal assistance services.

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Patron--Almand

H.J.R. 131 Requesting the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission to study sentencing of juveniles.

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Patrons--Reynolds and Almand

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 136 Directing the Secretaries of Health and Human Resources, Education, and Economic Development to develop a plan to implement the Virginia Plan for Professional Development in Early Childhood Education in the Commonwealth.

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Patrons--Connally, Puller and Van Yahres

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 153 Proposing an amendment to Section 7 of Article VIII of the Constitution of Virginia, relating to school boards.

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Patrons--Robinson, Christian, Cooper, Crittenden, Dillard, Hull, Melvin, Moore, Phillips, Puller, Putney, Shuler, Spruill, Stump and Tate; Senators: Edwards, Lucas, Quayle, Trumbo and Waddell

H.J.R. 186 Proposing an amendment to Section 14 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, relating to the powers of the General Assembly and limitations thereon.

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Patrons--McClure and Albo; Senator: Newman

H.J.R. 205 Requesting that the Virginia Board for Contractors consider including in its licensure exams for Class A and B contractors a section designed to test technical knowledge relating to actual structures and construction of the same and that the Board implement procedures to prevent "revolving door" contracting licensure whereby a contractor may close a business and reopen immediately using another business name.

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Patrons--Almand, Cooper, Crittenden, Diamonstein, Grayson, Keating, Mims, Stump and Watkins; Senators: Benedetti, Norment, Waddell and Walker

H.J.R. 206 Requesting that the Virginia Board of Housing and Community Development include in the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code a two-zone map of the Commonwealth to indicate the potential of expansive soils in Virginia and provide for appropriate action to be implemented by local governments pursuant to the level of expansive soils potential.

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Patrons--Almand, Cooper, Crittenden, Diamonstein, Grayson, Keating, Mims, Stump and Watkins; Senators: Benedetti, Norment, Waddell and Walker

H.J.R. 211 Requests the Virginia Bar Association to study Virginia's validation statutes and directs the Division of Legislative Services to assist the Association in identifying such statutes.

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Patron--Armstrong

H.J.R. 213 Requesting the State Health Department and the Virginia Hospital Association to study the ability of emergency service hospitals to provide pediatric emergency medical services.

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Patron--Harris

IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE SENATE.

Bruce F. Jamerson Clerk, House of Delegates

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