HJ455: General Assembly; 2022 Regular Session legislation may be continued to 2022 Sp. I Session.


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 455
Providing for legislation to be carried over from the 2022 Regular Session to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly.

 

Agreed to by the House of Delegates, March 12, 2022
Agreed to by the Senate, March 12, 2022

 

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That, notwithstanding the rules of either house of the General Assembly or the provisions of Rule 24 of House Joint Resolution No. 21 (2022), the General Assembly does hereby provide, that pursuant to Section 7 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, House Bill No. 29 and House Bill No. 30 introduced during the 2022 Regular Session, may, by motion, be continued to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly for action by any committee or subcommittee of the General Assembly, either house of the General Assembly, or any conference committee.

RESOLVED FURTHER by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That, notwithstanding the rules of either house of the General Assembly or the provisions of Rule 24 of House Joint Resolution No. 21 (2022), the General Assembly does hereby provide, that pursuant to Section 7 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, any House or Senate bills pending in conference committees at the time of adjournment sine die of the 2022 Regular Session, may, by motion, be continued to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly for action by either House of the General Assembly or any conference committee.

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 455

Offered March 12, 2022
Providing for legislation to be carried over from the 2022 Regular Session to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly.
Patron-- Kilgore

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That, notwithstanding the rules of either house of the General Assembly or the provisions of Rule 24 of House Joint Resolution No. 21 (2022), the General Assembly does hereby provide, that pursuant to Section 7 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, House Bill No. 29 and House Bill No. 30 introduced during the 2022 Regular Session, may, by motion, be continued to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly for action by any committee or subcommittee of the General Assembly, either house of the General Assembly, or any conference committee.

RESOLVED FURTHER by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That, notwithstanding the rules of either house of the General Assembly or the provisions of Rule 24 of House Joint Resolution No. 21 (2022), the General Assembly does hereby provide, that pursuant to Section 7 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, any House or Senate bills pending in conference committees at the time of adjournment sine die of the 2022 Regular Session, may, by motion, be continued to a 2022 Special Session of the General Assembly for action by either House of the General Assembly or any conference committee.