In the House of Delegates
February 8, 1999


H.J.R. 486 Memorializing the United States Postal Service to issue a stamp commemorating the 200th anniversary of the United States naval shipyards.



H.J.R. 499 Reasserting the General Assembly’s notice to the federal government that Virginia strongly opposes any effort to weaken the powers reserved to the states and the people by the 10th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States.


Patrons--Landes, Blevins, Bryant, Byron, Davis, Drake, Griffith, Guest, Harris, Katzen, Kilgore, McDonnell, Putney, Reid, Rollison, Ruff, Sherwood, Tata and Weatherholtz; Senator: Hanger

H.J.R. 505 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly of Virginia that communities across the Commonwealth be supported in their efforts to become “Year 2000 compliant” and be encouraged, as part of their contingency planning for the century date change, to prepare to provide emergency and public safety services in the time before, during, and after January 1, 2000.


Patrons--Baskerville, Almand, Brink, Clement, Johnson, May, Plum, Purkey, Shuler and Watts

H.J.R. 544 Requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation to continue to use and consider the increased use of snowplowable raised reflective pavement markers on the highways of the Commonwealth.



Engrossed by House - com. sub. 991122304-H1

H.J.R. 552 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to amend the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) to grant authority to the several states to regulate self-funded, employer-based health plans.


Patrons--Hamilton, Bloxom, Christian, Diamonstein, Hall, Morgan, Orrock, Rhodes and Van Landingham; Senators: Norment and Woods

Engrossed by House - com. sub. 991123264-H1

H.J.R. 568 Expressing the sense of the Virginia General Assembly in support of the retention of the 1,250-mile perimeter rule and slot rule at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.


Patrons--Darner, Almand, Brink, Keating, Moran, Parrish, Plum and Scott; Senators: Gartlan, Howell, Mims, Ticer and Whipple

Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 581 Memorializing the U.S. Congress to enact legislation to prevent the seizure of state tobacco settlement funds by the federal government.


Patrons--Clement, Abbitt, Armstrong, Baker, Bennett, Councill, Day, Dudley, Johnson, Kilgore, Shuler and Tate; Senators: Hawkins, Holland, Puckett, Reynolds and Wampler

H.J.R. 583 Designating Critical Care Transport Nurses Day in Virginia.


Patrons--Harris, Blevins, Byron, Cox, Davis, Griffith, Kilgore, Landes, McDonnell, Orrock, Van Yahres and Weatherholtz; Senator: Couric

H.J.R. 594 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly in support of the development of the Criminal Justice Information Technology Institute in the Commonwealth of Virginia.


Patrons--Plum, Abbitt, Almand, Croshaw, May and Nixon

H.J.R. 598 Memorializing Congress to enact legislation giving states and localities the power to control the importation of waste into their jurisdictions.


Patrons--Grayson and Morgan

H.J.R. 646 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care, with the assistance of the Department of Health Professions and the Department of Health, to examine the advisability of legalizing the practice of direct-entry midwifery in the Commonwealth.


Patrons--Hamilton, Brink, Davies, Diamonstein, Melvin and Morgan; Senators: Bolling, Lambert, Martin, Schrock, Walker and Woods

H.J.R. 650 Memorializing the United States Congress to reconsider federal restrictions on discipline of certain students with disabilities.



H.J.R. 662 Requesting the Department of Environmental Quality to study issues surrounding land application and reclamation and reuse of treated wastewater



Engrossed by House - com. sub. 999299376-H1

H.J.R. 693 Memorializing the United States Congress to relieve the burden placed on the users and distributors of kerosene caused by certain tax policies and dyeing requirements.



H.J.R. 695 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly that the Commonwealth is responsible for providing adequate funding for services for persons with mental disabilities.


Patrons--Callahan, Almand, Darner, Devolites, Dillard, Hall, Hull, Keating, McClure, Plum, Scott, Van Landingham and Watts

H.J.R. 697 Proclaiming Thursday, February 25, 1999, as Virginia FFA Day.


Patrons--Orrock, Abbitt, Albo, Armstrong, Baker, Barlow, Bennett, Blevins, Bloxom, Bryant, Clement, Councill, Cranwell, Davies, Day, DeBoer, Deeds, Dickinson, Dudley, Griffith, Guest, Hargrove, Ingram, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, S.C., Katzen, Kilgore, Landes, May, Morgan, Murphy, Phillips, Putney, Ruff, Rust, Sherwood, Shuler, Tate, Thomas, Van Yahres, Ware, Weatherholtz and Wilkins; Senators: Bolling, Couric, Forbes, Hanger, Holland, Houck, Marye, Miller, K.G., Newman, Puckett, Reynolds, Stolle, Trumbo, Watkins and Woods

H.J.R. 706 Memorializing the United States Congress to enact legislation that would establish the authority of local governments to adopt "flow control" ordinances and thereby more effectively control the movement of solid waste generated within their jurisdictions.


Patrons--Deeds, Barlow, Brink, Darner, Davies, Hull, Jones, J.C., Kilgore, Landes, McEachin, Moran, Phillips, Plum and Watts

H.J.R. 710 Designating the month of May as Asthma Awareness Month in Virginia.


Patrons--Wardrup, Abbitt, Albo, Armstrong, Baker, Baskerville, Behm, Black, Blevins, Bloxom, Brink, Bryant, Byron, Callahan, Cantor, Christian, Clement, Cox, Croshaw, Darner, Davis, DeBoer, Deeds, Devolites, Dillard, Drake, Dudley, Grayson, Griffith, Guest, Hargrove, Harris, Howell, Ingram, Joannou, Jones, D.C., Jones, J.C., Jones, S.C., Katzen, Kilgore, Landes, Marshall, May, McClure, McDonnell, McEachin, McQuigg, Morgan, Nixon, O'Brien, Orrock, Parrish, Phillips, Purkey, Putney, Reid, Rhodes, Rollison, Rust, Sherwood, Spruill, Tata, Tate, Wagner, Ware, Watts, Weatherholtz, Wilkins and Williams; Senators: Forbes, Schrock, Stolle and Watkins

H.J.R. 741 Expressing the sense of the General Assembly of Virginia that state agencies and institutions avoid certain dates for the implementation of new programs or procedures as they prepare for the Year 2000.



Engrossed by House as amended

H.J.R. 762 Establishing a goal for the General Assembly to appropriate one dollar per capita for the support of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy by the year 2003.


Patrons--Bryant, Dillard and Jackson; Senators: Hawkins and Lambert

H.J.R. 817 Recognizing the Day of National Concern About Young People and Gun Violence.


Patrons--Almand, Baskerville, Brink, Darner, Hull, Plum, Puller and Van Landingham

H.J.R. 822 Requesting Virginia's local governments to offer free parking to certain veterans.



Engrossed by House as amended


Bruce F. Jamerson
Clerk, House of Delegates

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