In the Senate September 30, 1994
THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:
H.B. 5006A BILL to amend and reenact § 22.1-257 of the Code of Virginia, as it is currently in effect and as it may become effective, relating to the juvenile and domestic relations court; emergency.
Patrons--Copeland, Behm, Bennett, Cooper, Croshaw, Deeds, Forbes, Jones, J.C. and Puller
H.B. 5008A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 36-49.1:1, relating to powers of housing authorities; spot blight abatement.
Patrons--Hall, Almand, Armstrong, Ball, Barlow, Brickley, Clement, Connally, Cooper, Copeland, Councill, Cunningham, DeBoer, Diamonstein, Grayson, Hull, Jones, D.C., Mayer, Plum, Puller, Rhodes, Shuler, Thomas, Van Landingham, Van Yahres and Woodrum; Senators: Benedetti, Lambert, Marsh and Quayle
IT HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
H.J.R. 2012Expressing the sense of the General Assembly of Virginia on the value of prevention programs in reducing the rate of criminal behavior.
Patrons--Thomas, Almand, Bloxom, Brickley, Christian, Clement, Cohen, Cranwell, Cunningham, Darner, Deeds, Giesen, Griffith, Guest, Hall, Heilig, Johnson, Keating, McDonnell, Miller, Parrish, Plum, Puller, Van Landingham and Van Yahres
H.J.R. 2015Designating the week of October 16 through October 22, 1994, as National Character Counts Week in Virginia.
Patrons--Callahan and Plum; Senator: Howell
H.J.R. 2016Memorializing the United States Congress to enact solid waste "flow control" legislation that does not supplant the Commonwealth's current flow control mechanism.
H.J.R. 2027Requesting the Secretary of Public Safety and the Department of Corrections to evaluate and determine the feasibility of securing and using decommissioned and appropriate military sea vessels as floating prisons.
Patrons--Hamilton, Behm, Cooper, Croshaw, Diamonstein, Fisher, Katzen, Marshall, Moss, Nelms, Nixon, Purkey, Tata, Wagner and Wardrup; Senator: Norment
Susan Clarke Schaar Clerk of the Senate