THE MINI JOURNAL
Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker
Bruce F. Jamerson, Clerk
Tuesday, January 21, 1997

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 William Hank Brooks, Pastor, St. John's Baptist Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Attendance roll call - Quorum present

Journal for Monday, January 20, 1997, approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication received:

Senate Bills passed: SB 642, 684, 695, 715, 734, 738, 739, 747, 748, 764, 766, 791, 796, 815, 818, 823, 833, 834, 843

Senate Joint Resolution agreed to: SJR 179

Bills reported:

From Corporations, Insurance and Banking: HB 1638A, 1997, 1998A, 2062A, 2103, 2109 2139 (referred), 2327A

From Finance: HB 1575, 1576, 1697 (referred), 1702, 1712, 1837

From Health, Welfare and Institutions: HB 2075 (referred), 2077 (referred), 2127

From Militia and Police: HB 1632

From Transportation: HB 1594A, 2047 (referred), 2066, 2070A, 2093, 2184

Communication from Governor: Introduction of HB 2911, 2912, 2913

Motion by Mr. Bryant to adjourn in memory and honor of Mr. Junius A. Haskins Jr., Lynchburg city councilman, agreed to

Mr. Jones of Norfolk given consent to introduce a bill (Y-96 N-0)

Bills and resolutions,ordered printed, and referred pursuant to House Rule 37: See January 22 Calendar

Resolutions presented and laid on Speaker's table pursuant to House Rule 39: See January 22 Calendar

CALENDAR

SENATE BILL READ THIRD TIME

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

S.B. 64A - Motion by Mr. Robinson to rerefer to Committee on Appropriations, agreed to (Y-53  N-47)

SENATE BILLS READ THIRD TIME

REGULAR CALENDAR

S.B. 495S - Motion by Mr. Cranwell to rerefer to Committee for Courts of Justice agreed to (Y-53 N-46)

Challenge by Mr. Marshall on Ruling of Chair to return to morning hour (Y-94 N-1)

S.B. 496S - Committee substitute agreed to, Mr. Marshall floor amendment rejected, bill passed (Y-96 N-3)

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

Block vote: (Y-100 N-0)

H.B. 1580

H.B. 1704

H.B. 1706

H.B. 1731A

H.B. 1814

H.B. 1897A

H.B. 2049

H.B. 2054 - Moved to regular Calendar

H.B. 2080

H.B. 2081

H.B. 2082

H.B. 2086

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 1572 - (Y-100 N-0)

H.B. 1618A - (Y-89 N-11)

H.B. 1633 - (Y-55 N-43)

H.B. 1696A - (Y-70 N-30)

H.B. 2028S - (Y-77 N-22)

H.B. 1856 - (Y-99 N-0)

H.B. 1660 - (Y-93 N-6)

H.B. 1586S - (Y-89 N-9)

H.B. 1606 - (Y-87 N-13)

H.B. 2011A - (Y-88 N-12)

H.B. 2054 - (Y-99 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIME

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

H.B. 1578 - Engrossed

H.B. 1587 - Engrossed

H.B. 1654A - Committee amendment agreed to, engrossed

H.B. 1694 - Engrossed

H.B. 1787A - Committee amendments agreed to, engrossed

H.B. 1812S - Committee substitute agreed to, engrossed

H.B. 1821 - Engrossed

H.B. 1835A - Committee amendments agreed to, engrossed

H.B. 1848A - Mr. Councill floor amendment agreed to, Committee amendments agreed to, engrossed

H.B. 1960 - Engrossed

H.B. 2083 - Engrossed

H.B. 2095 - Engrossed

Motion by Mr. Rust to reconsider en bloc engrossment House bills on Second Reading, on Uncontested Calendar agreed to

H.B. 1812 - Moved to Regular Calendar

The following House bills were engrossed: HB 1578, 1587, 1654A, 1694, 1787A, 1821, 1835A, 1848A, 1960, 2083, 2095

HOUSE BILL READ SECOND TIME

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 1989 - Engrossed

H.B. 1812 - Passed by

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

H.B. 2105

H.B. 2135

HOUSE BILL READ FIRST TIME

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 2057A

SENATE BILLS READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED

S.B. 667

S.B. 674

S.B. 682

S.B. 683

S.B. 710

S.B. 717

S.B. 723

S.B. 728

S.B. 760

S.B. 770

S.B. 814

S.B. 817

SENATE RESOLUTIONS REFERRED

S.J.R. 189

S.J.R. 190

Motion by Mr. Cranwell to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at 1:50 p.m. to meet Wednesday, January 22 at 12 m.

KEY: A = AMENDMENT(S); S = SUBSTITUTE; SA = SUBSTITUTE WITH AMENDMENT(S)

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