In the House of Delegates February 4, 1997
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
H.J.R. 401 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to authorize and fund the construction of a veterans' medical facility in Northern Virginia.
H.J.R. 424 Designating September as Virginia's D.A.T.E. for a Healthy Future Month.
Patrons--Howell and Orrock; Senators: Chichester and Houck
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 971719296-H1
H.J.R. 467 Recognizing the New Century Region of Virginia and requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to place signs marking the entrances to Virginia's Technology Corridor.
Patrons--Woodrum, Armstrong, Baker, Cranwell, Deeds, Dudley, Griffith, Shuler and Thomas; Senators: Edwards, Reynolds and Trumbo
H.J.R. 495 Memorializing Congress to pass the ISTEA Integrity Restoration Act or similar legislation embodying the principles of the Surface Transportation Efficiency Program for the 21st Century (STEP 21).
H.J.R. 551 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that the strategic plan submitted by Virginia Health Information, Inc., and the initiatives contained therein be supported by this body.
Patrons--DeBoer, Baker, Brickley, Connally, Diamonstein, Hall, Heilig, Melvin and Morgan; Senators: Bolling, Gartlan, Lambert, Martin, Schrock, Walker and Woods
H.J.R. 561 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study crimes of intimidation against ethnic, racial, gender and religious groups, entities and individuals including the incidence of arson against church buildings in Virginia and, specifically, the incidence of arson against African-American church buildings.
Patrons--Watts, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C. and Scott; Senator: Howell
Engrossed by House - com. sub. with amd 974334485-EH1
H.J.R. 565 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study the Commonwealth's Current Laws and Policies Related to Chronic, Acute, and Cancer Pain Management.
H.J.R. 566 Requesting the Governor to appoint a Technology and Science Advisor within his Cabinet to advise him with regard to technological and scientific issues in Virginia and to assist him and executive branch agencies with the potential reorganization or restructuring of Virginia state government in response thereto.
Patrons--Scott, Almand, Darner, Guest, Hull, Keating, Marshall, May, McClure, Moran, O'Brien, Plum and Puller; Senators: Barry, Gartlan, Howell, Saslaw and Woods
H.J.R. 569 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the efficacy and appropriateness of establishing minimum standards for hospital-based pediatric care in the Commonwealth.
Patrons--Melvin, Clement, Cunningham, Hamilton, Heilig and Moore; Senators: Saslaw, Walker and Woods
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 978577352-H1
H.J.R. 574 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to examine the practices of pharmacy benefits manager firms.
Patrons--Morgan and Davies
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 979152364-H1
H.J.R. 575 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee Studying the Educational Needs of Certain Underserved Gifted Students.
Patrons--Christian, Albo, Behm, Bennett, Bloxom, Brickley, Crittenden, Cunningham, Darner, Davies, DeBoer, Deeds, Drake, Grayson, Hall, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C., Katzen, Keating, Marshall, May, McClure, McDonnell, Melvin, Mims, Moore, Morgan, Nelms, Phillips, Plum, Puller, Putney, Robinson, Rust, Sherwood, Shuler, Spruill and Van Landingham; Senators: Barry, Howell, Lambert, Marsh, Miller, Y.B., Quayle and Woods
H.J.R. 578 Requesting the Virginia State Crime Commission to study the need for a lay medical investigator system.
Patrons--Armstrong and Day; Senator: Reynolds
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 974328114-H1
H.J.R. 591 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly regarding the Coalfields Expressway.
H.J.R. 594 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study divorce and the financial and other implications thereof.
Patrons--McDonnell and Cox
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 974319350-H1
H.J.R. 598 Requesting the Department of Medical Assistance Services to study Medicaid recipients' direct access to obstetric and gynecological services.
Patrons--Crittenden, Christian, Cooper, Cunningham, Darner, Hall, Keating, McEachin, Melvin, Plum, Robinson, Spruill and Watts; Senators: Maxwell and Miller, Y.B.
H.J.R. 613 Requesting the Commission on Youth to undertake a study to review and analyze previous survey efforts measuring drug and alcohol use by young people across the Commonwealth.
H.J.R. 619 Establishing a subcommittee to study discrimination, in lending and other practices, against African-American farmers in the Commonwealth.
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 978077351-H1
H.J.R. 623 Requesting the Department of Personnel and Training and the Department of Medical Assistance Services to take steps to ensure that programs under their purview comply with the Pharmacy Freedom of Choice statute and to review their levels of compensation to pharmacies who act as providers in their programs.
Patrons--Moran, Baker, Behm, Bennett, Brickley, Callahan, Cox, Cranwell, Crouch, Davies, Dickinson, Guest, Hall, Heilig, Jackson, McEachin, Melvin, Orrock, Puller, Spruill, Tate, Van Landingham and Woodrum; Senators: Benedetti, Couric, Earley, Gartlan, Hawkins, Holland, Lambert, Potts and Wampler
H.J.R. 627 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee Studying Ways to Enhance the Supply of Vital Organs Available for Transplantation in Virginia.
Patrons--Van Yahres and Bryant; Senators: Howell and Woods
H.J.R. 628 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study photo enforcement of toll collections.
Patrons--Forbes and Spruill; Senators: Earley, Lucas and Quayle
H.J.R. 635 Requesting the State Corporation Commission to continue its efforts to open up competition in the Virginia local and long distance telecommunications markets and to foster and encourage the evolution of a telecommunications system which offers reasonable and affordable prices to Virginia's schools and libraries by monitoring and participating in the FCC universal service proceedings and initiating such intrastate proceedings as may be required.
Patrons--Bennett, Plum and Scott; Senators: Stosch and Ticer
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 971004128-H1
H.J.R. 637 Requesting the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board to conduct a pilot study relating to prehospital care data.
H.J.R. 641 Requesting the Board of Directors of the Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program to study increasing the responsible use of the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program.
Patrons--Woodrum and McEachin; Senators: Holland, Norment, Reasor, Reynolds and Trumbo
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 970623492-H1
H.J.R. 642 Encouraging employers furnishing self-insured employee health care plans to provide female enrollees direct access to obstetrical and gynecological services in managed care plans.
Patrons--Keating, Christian, Connally, Cooper, Crittenden, Crouch, Cunningham, Darner, Drake, Marshall, Moran, Puller, Putney, Rhodes, Sherwood, Van Landingham and Watts; Senators: Couric, Howell, Miller, Y.B., Ticer, Whipple and Woods
H.J.R. 647 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study alternative means of discouraging shoplifting.
H.J.R. 662 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly concerning use of Literary Fund moneys.
Patrons--Woodrum, Behm, Connally, Croshaw, Day, Deeds, Jackson, Lovelace, Phillips and Stump; Senator: Reynolds
H.J.R. 664 Directing the Commission on Family Violence Prevention to ensure that training is provided on family violence issues.
Patrons--Puller, Cranwell, Melvin and Watts; Senators: Houck, Howell and Stolle
H.J.R. 667 Encouraging the Departments of Corrections, Education, Social Services, Health, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services, Medical Assistance Services, and Correctional Education to focus on and emphasize the benefits of prevention and intervention in state programs and in services to their respective clients.
Patrons--Cunningham, Christian, Cooper, Crittenden, Darner, Jackson, Lovelace, McEachin, Melvin and Spruill; Senators: Edwards, Maxwell and Miller, Y.B.
Engrossed by House - com. sub. 977863188-H1
IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE SENATE.
Bruce F. Jamerson Clerk, House of Delegates