02/13/2017 House Proceedings

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SB855—00:00:33
SB891—00:01:10
SB981—00:00:22
SB1009—00:00:34
SB1041—00:00:22
SB1050—00:00:52
SB1179—00:00:45
SB1180—00:00:40
SB1207—00:00:52
SB1217—00:00:22
SB1229—00:00:46
SB1232—00:00:22
SB1242—00:00:28
SB1250—00:00:28
SB1251—00:00:28
SB1272—00:00:22
SB1321—00:00:22
SB1366—00:00:52
SB1367—00:00:40
SB1511—00:01:46
HB1713—00:00:28
HB1889—00:00:34
HB1979—00:00:34
HB2302—00:00:45
SJ241—00:00:40
Del. Mark Sickles (D-Alexandria)—02:36
Del. Jim LeMunyon (R-Oak Hill)—03:42
Del. Mark Levine (D-Alexandria)—00:36
Del. Bobby Orrock (R-Thornburg)—00:18
Del. Jason Miyares (R-Virginia Beach)—03:05
Del. Cia Price (D-Newport News)—03:54
Del. Lee Ware (R-Powhatan)—00:18
Del. Chris Jones (R-Suffolk)—00:00
Del. Alfonso Lopez (D-Arlington)—00:12
Del. Chris Collins (R-Winchester)—00:00
Del. Keith Hodges (R-Urbanna)—00:00
Del. Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)—00:18
Del. Patrick Hope (D-Arlington)—00:06
Del. Greg Habeeb (R-Salem)—00:42
Del. Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield)—00:06
Del. David Bulova (D-Fairfax)—00:12
Del. John O'Bannon (R-Richmond)—00:06
Del. Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)—00:12
Del. Randy Minchew (R-Leesburg)—00:12
Del. Tony Wilt (R-Harrisonburg)—00:18
Del. John O'Bannon (R-Richmond)—00:06
Del. Joseph Yost (R-Blacksburg)—00:06
Del. Les Adams (R-Chatham)—00:06
Del. Daun Hester (D-Norfolk)—00:00
Del. Greg Habeeb (R-Salem)—00:00
Del. Jay Leftwich (R-Chesapeake)—00:00
Sen. Todd E. Pillion (R-Abingdon)—00:48
Del. Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield)—00:18
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)—00:06
Del. Terry Kilgore (R-Gate City)—00:06
Del. Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)—00:24
Del. Buddy Fowler (R-Ashland)—00:06
Del. Tim Hugo (R-Centreville)—00:06
Del. John O'Bannon (R-Richmond)—00:00
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)—00:12
Del. Jim LeMunyon (R-Oak Hill)—00:12
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)—00:06
Del. Manoli Loupassi (R-Richmond)—00:00
Del. Chris Collins (R-Winchester)—00:30
Del. Brenda Pogge (R-Williamsburg)—00:18
Del. Peter Farrell (R-Henrico)—00:00
Del. Chris Jones (R-Suffolk)—00:06
Del. Manoli Loupassi (R-Richmond)—00:00
Del. Patrick Hope (D-Arlington)—00:06
Del. Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)—00:18
Del. Bobby Orrock (R-Thornburg)—00:12
Del. Peter Farrell (R-Henrico)—00:30
Del. Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)—00:24
Del. Steve Heretick (D-Portsmouth)—00:12
Del. Charniele Herring (D-Alexandria)—00:06
Del. Jay Leftwich (R-Chesapeake)—00:12
Del. Randy Minchew (R-Leesburg)—00:06
Del. Tim Hugo (R-Centreville)—00:12
Del. Chris Peace (R-Mechanicsville)—00:06
Del. Rich Anderson (R-Woodbridge)—00:23
Del. Dave Albo (R-Springfield)—00:06
Del. Chris Jones (R-Suffolk)—00:00
Del. Dave Albo (R-Springfield)—00:18
Del. Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights)—00:18
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Minutes

Called to order at 12 m. by William J. Howell, Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Nigel W. D. Mumford, Priest Associate for Prayer Ministry, Galilee Episcopal Church, Virginia Beach

Delegate Cox led the House in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America

Attendance roll call - Quorum present

Leaves of Absence granted: Delegates Campbell, Morris, Poindexter, and Torian [portion]

Journal for Friday, February 10, 2017, approved by the Speaker

Senate communication received
House bills passed with Senate amendments: HBs 1814, 2460
House bills passed: HBs 1518, 1665, 1950, 1961, 2058, 2193, 2198, 2246
House bill defeated: HB 1589
House joint resolution agreed to: HJR 865
Senate joint resolutions, House amendments agreed to: SJRs 308, 309

Committee reports
From Education: SBs 829, 949, 995S, 997S, 1017 (referred), 1116, 1160As, 1240 (referred), 1283 (referred), 1447, 1516S, 1523, 1534, 1555
From Finance: SBs 793, 804, 875, 886, 912, 934, 962, 963, 982, 1018, 1025, 1033A, 1034A, 1165, 1168S, 1205, 1248, 1274, 1286, 1296A, 1308, 1320, 1328, 1350, 1390, 1416, 1438, 1470, 1576
From Science and Technology: SBs 1202A, 1341As (referred)

HJRs 558 and 559 taken up and agreed to

Resolutions presented and laid on Speaker's table pursuant to House Rule 39(a)

CALENDAR

SENATE BILLS READ THIRD TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
SB 848 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 853 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 855 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 870 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 874 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 891 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 894A - Committee Amendments agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 920 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 941 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 944A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 950A - Moved to Regular Calendar
SB 966 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 973 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 974S - Committee Substitute agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 975A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 981 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1009 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1041 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1044 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1046 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1048S - Committee Substitute agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1050 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1062 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1101 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1140 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1164 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1176 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1177 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1179 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1180A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1191 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1207 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1211 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1217 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1221 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1229A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1230A - Moved to Regular Calendar
SB 1232 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1242A - Committee Amendments agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1250A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1251S - Committee Substitute agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1260 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1272 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1273 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1288 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1305 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1310 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1321 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1323 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1331 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1333 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1352 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1366A - Committee Amendment agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1367 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1403S - Passed by for the day
SB 1434 - Moved to Regular Calendar
SB 1437 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1461 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1484 - Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1486A - Passed by for the day
SB 1511A - Committee Amendments agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)
SB 1546A - Committee Amendments agreed to, Passed Block Vote (Y-97 N-0)

SENATE BILLS READ THIRD TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
SB 1504 - Rereferred to Committee on Health, Welfare and Institutions
SB 903 - Passed (Y-96 N-0)
SB 950A - Passed by for the day
SB 1230A - Passed by for the day
SB 1434 - Passed by for the day

HOUSE BILLS WITH SENATE AMENDMENTS
HB 1713 - Senate substitute agreed to (Y-97 N-0)
HB 1454 - Passed by for the day
HB 1623 - Senate substitute agreed to (Y-97 N-0)
HB 1889 - Senate amendment agreed to (Y-96 N-0)
HB 1979 - Senate amendment agreed to (Y-97 N-0)
HB 2302 - Senate amendments rejected (Y-0 N-96)

RESOLUTION
REGULAR CALENDAR
SJR 241 - Agreed to (Y-97 N-0)

SENATE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
SB 786
SB 864
SB 896
SB 919A
SB 964
SB 967
SB 989
SB 992
SB 1104A
SB 1134
SB 1173A
SB 1203
SB 1225
SB 1282S - Moved to Regular Calendar
SB 1311
SB 1313
SB 1318
SB 1319
SB 1542
SB 1552
SB 1553A
SB 1580

SENATE BILLS READ SECOND TIME
REGULAR CALENDAR
SB 872A
SB 889
SB 960
SB 961
SB 1105
SB 1254S
SB 1299S
SB 1304
SB 1455A
SB 1465
SB 1487A
SB 1533S

SENATE BILL READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED
SB 900 - Referred to Committee on Appropriations

Senate communication received
Senate joint resolution agreed to: SJR 393

Committee reports
From Appropriations: SBs 897, 1005, 1032, 1086, 1154, 1300, 1322A, 1369, 1370, 1415S, 1479, 1527S, 1561S
From Courts of Justice: SBs 940 (referred), 1027S, 1312S, 1442 (referred)

Motion by Delegate Cox to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at 1:20 p.m. to meet Tuesday, February 14, 2017, at 12 m.

Transcript

What follows is a transcript of this day’s session that was created as closed-captioning text, written in real time during the session. We have made an effort to automatically clean up the text, but it is far from perfect.

[Unknown]
>>. >>> House will come to order. Members please take your seat. Sergeant at arms.
Bill Howell
The House is now in session. All persons not entitled to privileges on the floor, please retire to the gallery.
Bill Howell
Members will rise and be led in prayer by the Reverend nigel mumford from Virginia beach and remain standing for the pledge of allegiance for the flag of the united states of america led by gentleman from Colonial Heights, Mr. Cox.
Kirk Cox
Ladies and gentlemen, I speak to you in the original accent of the commonwealth of Virginia. Being the fourth brit to stand here where the queen stood is surely an honor to be here. My lord, ladies and gentlemen, let us pray. Lord, we thank you for the privilege of serving this great nation, one nation under God. Create us in clean hearts and sharpen our minds in this general assembly as this season of meetings begins. Lord bless your delegates with kindness, compassion, strength and good health as we pray for the unity in the community. We pray for an outpouring of wisdom in government and leadership and a loving heart for the human condition. I pray the gift of communication and personal understanding will fill the atmosphere of all the gatherings with a power of the holy spirit, the wind of divine inspiration, blessing and down loading the burden of government. We invite you into our thoughts, speech, and decisions, praying that with great joy might fall upon those who enter these portals. Guide these men and women, lord wshg a true heart, and sound mind that we May remember to call upon you in our prayers to help us reach our goal. This I pray with all my heart, mind, body and soul in the name of God the father, God the son, and God the holy spirit, amen. [ reciting the pledge of allegiance ]. >> The members will answer roll call by indicating their presence on the electronic voting board.
Bill Howell
Clerk will close the roll.
Kirk Cox
Mr. Speaker, a quorum is present.
[Unknown]
Purse unite to House rule three, I 've examined and approved the journal of the House of delegates for February 10th, 2017. Does the clerk have announce manies or communications?
[Unknown]
Just a reminder, importantly, purse unite to procedure resolution, committee chairs are reminded Senate bills identified as revenue bills must, those committees must complete consideration of the bills no later than midnight, 11:59 tomorrow beings there are three bills in appropriations, one in courts of justice, one in general laws and the vast majority in the committee on finance. The bills are subject to an additional floor action deadline of Wednesday, that is all I have at this time.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Fairfax, Mr. Sickles.
Mark Sickles
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise for a point of personal privilege.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Mark Sickles
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise with good news today. Governor mcauliffe talks about the good paying cyber jobs available in Virginia. This will be a 555 more thanks to the recent announcement of io max's expansion in southern Fairfax County. The company plans to invest $3.8 million to meet the demand for their services. For those of you that don't know, that included me until this announcement, io maxesis is an innovator in the growing field of cyber security. In addition to countless organizations throughout the marketplace, this power House provides advanced technical solutions and engineering support to the intelligence community, homeland security, department of defense and federal level law enforcement agencies. The cutting edge technology is key to the protection of our countries and companies' computer system. The 555 new hires will join a work force of more than 70,000 skilled virginians and training supported by the Virginia jobs investment program, administered by vdp. We've heard many times from many sources this sector is a major driver of job growth across the commonwealth. With offices in silicon valley and texas, io maxesis could have grown anywhere in the world, they chose Virginia not just because of our location, but because they know we're committed to fostering a world class work force. It is clear the word is getting out Virginia is open for business. I'd like to thank the governor for endless energy and act kwif advocacy, and io maxesis for investing in Virginia. It will increase in significance as the new Virginia economy continues to thrive. We're proud to hold the national geo spacial intelligence agency with 8400 employees across 95 for my district and delegates Watts ' district. We host the army cyber security command headed by two-star general that was stood up a few years ago as the army's cyber command unit. There is a lot happening in south Fairfax County. You can see mount vernon and the wood lawn plantation while you're visiting the army's cyber command. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Fairfax, Mr. Lemunyon.
Jim LeMunyon
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise for the purpose of a introduction, a request, and then a point of personal privilege.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Jim LeMunyon
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, one of the reasons I 'm so proud to represent 67th district in western Fairfax and eastern Loudoun counties is that we have some of the best high school student athletes in the commonwealth in that district. In the last year, we have had four high school sports teams win the 6a state championship in their respective sports. Chantilly high school had two, tennis team and baseball team. We have the director of student activities at chantilly and kevin ford, the baseball coach. The tennis team after starting third c made it all the way to the end as state champions and after the third try, in the state finals, the baseball team, after 25-2 season, and being down in the 7th inning, 2-0, came back and won the state championship after being, after the third year in trying. So I hope it be the pleasure of the bod yes to welcome our guests from chantilly high school. For my request along with the gentle laidy from Fairfax, I request that the clerk bring up House joint resolutions 558 and 559 out of order.
[Unknown]
Clerk will report a resolution.
[Unknown]
House joint resolution commending chantilly high school baseball team and 559, commending the chantilly high school boys tennis team.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Fairfax .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, these go into more detail about the successes of the teams. I hope it will be the pleasure of the body to adopt these in block. Resolutions in a block are agreed to.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
[Unknown]
Now for point of personal pif ledge on a different subject. Many of you know on transportation committee a while back the federal government decided that every transit agency in the united states that receives federal funds should have an independent safety oversight organization. We have been working on that along with Washington, d.C. And maryland. Out of frustration, a little over a year ago, the federal transit administration said we must get ours done sooner and decided February 9th would be our deadline. They decided that without any, I think, understanding of our legislative schedule and that we're not like congress, and it's pointed out to them we'd not have a chance to put in legislation creating this commission, neither would anapolis before January, and our session goes through the end of February. Unfortunately, those thoughts were unheeded and Friday afternoon, the federal transit administration notified governors they're going to withhold 5% of our transit funds statewide, not just for the metro system in Washington. In my view, this is completely unreasonable. The co-patron of the bill introduced to the commission, Senator Barker and I drafted a letter and both signed it. If any of you would like to sign this letter I 'm going to have it passed around the House, if you're the last person to get it, Ms. Bring it back to me. We'd like to get it up to Washington before the end of the day, thank you.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Alexandria, Mr. Levine.
Mark Levine
Mr. Speaker, I rise for an announcement.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Mark Levine
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, the next meeting of the Virginia transparency caucus will be this afternoon, at 4:00 p.M., in conference room 5 west. Main topic will be a letter that we're going to be sending to our esteemed clerk of the House here, as well as clerk of the Senate. Regarding audio visual recording capabiliies to make sure we can record hearings. If you want to be part of that drafting that letter, please our meetings are always half come by. Hour. That is a very short meeting for a caucus. We get you in and we get you out, and hope to see anyone who wants to join us right there. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Caroline, Mr. Orrock.
Bobby Orrock
Oops.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I rise for a motion.
Bobby Orrock
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I move on Page 25 of the calendar, Senate bill 1504 be rereferred to committee on health, welfare and institutions, and if I May explain, the committee will be meeting tomorrow morning, this bill will be added to our full committee docket for and I thought better to take it back to committee.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Caroline, Mr. Orrock moves Senate bill 1504, be rereferred to committee on health, welfare and institutions. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. That motion is agreed to. Reconsideration. Gentleman from from Virginia beach.
Bobby Orrock
Mr. Speaker, I rise for an introduction and a point of personal privilege.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Bobby Orrock
Mr. Speaker, we're joined today by father nigel mumford a priest from galilee episcopal church. He did not grow up in southwest his accent. Virginia as you can tell from he grew up in great britain. His he served for the royal marines and two years as a drill instructor and serves in combat in northern ireland. ' he's not let that incident in 1781 in yorktown dissuede his hoff from this country. If I can go for a moment of personal privilege, father nigel's first and experience with combat and compassion for those who served made it his life's mission to help those that have seen inhumanity of man. That is one of the reason ez came here several years ago. We had a high concentration of veterans. Close to a decade ago, he started welcome home initiative, a target ministry of support for our veteran that's experienced horrors of combat and post traumatic stress disorder. Mr. Speaker, roughly 20 veterans a day commit suicide. And father nigel's welcome home ceremony and initiative has been yeoman's work to alleviate that problem, his nir tiff brings individuals at no cost to them or their families for his welcome home initiative to retreat and then, he has a moving closing ceremony, Mr. Speaker, my time in public office, not been long, but probably one of the most-moving ceremonies I 've been part of was to address and speak to one of the welcome home ceremonies. We saw those that are the survivors of the uss Cole, those served in vietnam, and survivors in the war on terrorism. Mr. Speaker, I have no doubt father nigel's work that there are veterans alive today because of his ministry. Talking to spouses and those gone through welcome home initiative, there are individuals that say thank you for bringing back my spouse. Individuals that haven't been able to have a full night's sleep in decades. We recognize those that do so much to heal bodies of those that have seen horrors of war. We forget those like father nigel who do so much to heal them emotionally and spiritually. They've seen the face of hell and these shown them a glimpse of heaven. Father nigel sought recognition for any work he's done through his welcome home initiative. I'm proud to say February 7th, this body passed House resolution to commend his volume hundred tearism. We have friends from the church and if it please this body to give a warm welcome to father nigel for the work he does for those that serve our country.
Lee Ware
We're honored to have you with us today, sir, and thank you for all that you do for our veterans. Thank you.
Lee Ware
Gentlewoman from Newport News, miss Price .
Cia Price
Mr. Speaker, I rise for a point of personal privilege.
Lee Ware
Gentlewoman has the floor.
Cia Price
Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, can you imagine working hard doing all of the right things, and then, being awarded a scholarship based on your merit but having it revoked because of your gender? That is what happened to pauly murray, our Black history hero for today. Pauly was important in baltimore in November, 1910, and both of her parents died when she was young. She grew up in durham, north carolina, graduating from high school at age 16 with a certificate of distinction and then, moved to new York city, to attend hunter college. She worked different jobs to finance her college career but with wall street crash, she couldn't find work and had to leave school. And in 1938, murray began a campaign to enter then-all white university of north carolina. With the support of the naacp, her case received national publicity. She was not successful in her attempts but it was then she became dedicated to the civil rights movement, murray joined fellowship of reconciliation, becoming involved in attempts to end segregation in public transport, resulting in her arrest and imprisonment in 1940 for refusing to sit in the back of the bus here, in Virginia. In 1941 murray enrolled in v howard university law school with the intention of becoming a civil rights lawyer. The following year, she was one of four that formed the congress of racial equality. Members of core were mainly passivists influenced by Henry david thoreau. The students became convinced that the same methods could be employed by blacks to obtain civil rights in america. After graduating from howard, she sought to enroll at harvard to continue her law studies. In her application for a rosenwald scholarship, she choice, harvard law school rejected her because of gender, murray went to the university of california for law school, where she received her degree and then moved to new York city to be involved in the civil rights movement. Her book "states haus on race and color" was published in 1931 listed harvard as her first and thurgood marshal described the book as a bible for civil rights lawyers. In the early 1960s, murray worked closely with phillip randolph, and Martin luther king, but was critical of the way the men dominated leadership of these civil rights organizations. As a excuse me, in 1977 murray became the first african american woman to become an episcopal priest. Polly murray died of cancer in July, 1985. As a Black woman, a fourth generation episcopalian, and a civil rights movement, I give homage to her deep faith in christian principles and steadfastness in the face of injustice, her story can inspire us all to do what is right and work to rid our nation of discriminatory practices against minorities and women. As Reverend murray started her civil rights activism in her 20s, I hope that her story also serves as a reminder to our younger generations that you have the power to make a difference. Please don't let your age be an excuse to not be engaged in our current civil rights struggles. Now is the time that we need to hear from you the most. Thank you.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Powhatan, m Ware .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Ms, I rise for an introduction.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. On behalf of Delegate peter Farrell and myself, I 'm pleased to recognize the members of the leadership enterprise, observing the legislative process and he they have had a chance to hear from a number of people from our staff and administration. And have asked interested in communications we have. I hope the House will join me in welcoming them to the capital today.
Bill Howell
Pleased to have visitors with us today, we hope you enjoy your time at the capitol. Gentleman from Suffolk, Mr. Jones. .
Chris Jones
I rise for a motion.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Chris Jones
Mr. Speaker, on Page 15, on the uncontested calendar is Senate bill 1230. Could that be moved to regular calendar for a friendly amendment?
Bill Howell
Without objection, Senate bill 1230? Yes? To the regular calendar.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Arlington, Mr. Lopez. I rise for an announcement.
Alfonso Lopez
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
Alfonso Lopez
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, on behalf of my co-chairs Delegate Bulova and Delegate Sullivan, I 'd like to invite everyone to the rural energy caucus in the gab room 4 west. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Thank you. Does the clerk have any moves?
Keith Hodges
Yes, sir. First category, Senate bills third reading uncontested, Page five, Senate bill 950 requested to move that to the regular calendar by Delegate Cole. Also, within that category, going to Page 15, Senator donovan, Senate bill 1230 requested for moved to the regular calendar by Delegate Jones. Within the same category, going to Page 22, Senate bill 1434 by Senator Wexton has been requested to be moved to regular calendar by Delegate Cole. Turning to Page 33, Senate bills second reading uncontested, Senator McDougle, Senate bill 1282 asked to be moved to regular calendar by Delegate Cole .
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Shenandoah, Mr. Gilbert.
Todd Gilbert
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move those bills go by --
[Unknown]
Okay. I thought you're going to announce by for the days.
Todd Gilbert
If that is the way we do that, I so request.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker -- we received first category Senate bills third reading Page five have been moved to regular calendar but Senator Ruff 's 950 asked taken by for the day by Delegate Gilbert. Page 15, Senate bills third reading uncontested, Senator bill 1230 has been requested, motioned taken by for the day by Delegate Gilbert. And on Page 22, again, Senator Wexton Senate bill 1434 moved to regular calendar Delegate Gilbert requested that by for the day. Page 23, Senator stewart's Senate bill 1486, that has been requested to taken by for the day by Delegate Miller .
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Shenandoah, m
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I Gilbert. Rise for a motion.
Bill Howell
Gentleman has the floor.
[Unknown]
I move those bills go by for the day.
Bill Howell
Without objection, those bills go by for the day.
[Unknown]
Purse -- the following members are granted leave for today, delegates Poindexter, and Torian. Are there is a -- additional requests? Clerk will call the calendar.
[Unknown]
Senate bills on third reading uncontested calendar. Page one of the printed version, approximately 60 bills in uncontested third reading block beginning with Senate bill 848 a bill to amend and reenact two section of the code of Virginia related to dispensing of maloxon, emergency, reporting to committee on health, welfare and institutions.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Loudoun, Mr. Larock.
Dave LaRock
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, it is identical to my House bill 1453. Passing this will improve access to the antiopoid drug and allow others and the person dispensing the drug will not be liable for damages when acting in good faith. I hope it is the will of the body to pass this forward for the governor to sign. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
Dave LaRock
Turning to Page two of today's printed calendar, persons authorized to train continuing with the block, Senate bill 853 a bill to amend and reenact dayed appeals to criminal cases assignment of error, dismissed in part. Reporting to committee on courts of justice.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I think that was mine.
[Unknown]
Mr. Frederick.
[Unknown]
This is identical to a bill we passed here 97-0 allows for errors in the appeals process that will not make it automatic dismissal of that appeal. I ask that the membership move engross to third reading. Pass the bill. Pass the bill, sorry.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 855 a bill to designate the trooper chat phillip durmier memorial bridge. Reporting to committee on transportation.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Middlesex, m Hodges .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. It is identical to my bill which designates the state route 143 bridge in the city of Newport News the trooper chad phillip durmier memorial bridge.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 270 related to fee for paper filing reporting to committee for courts of justice.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Manassas, Mr. Miller.
Jackson Miller
Thank you, speaker, this bill is identical to House bill 2035 which passed unanimously out of the House, taking a filing fee for people that file with paper and eliminating that fee for people that file electrically. It's a fee reduction bill. I move the body pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page three, Senate bill 874 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to attorney discipline, procedures reporting to committee on courts of justice.
Jackson Miller
Gentleman from Chesapeake, Mr. Leftwich.
Jay Leftwich
Ladies and gentlemen of the House this, is identical to my bill 1479 deals with attorney discipline procedures. I ask the body pass the bill.
David Bulova
Senate bill 891 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia to professional care trust fund method of distribution.
Jay Leftwich
Gentleman from lynchberg.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, Senate bill 891 is identical to my House bill 1505 passing on a 92-0 vote January 20th, establishing a second option to allow the distribution from cemetery perpetual care trust funds to be based on a fair market value of the trust fund at the close of the preceding year.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 894 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to commission of behavioral health and developmental services reports of critical incidents or deaths. Reporting to committee with health and welfare with amendments.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, identical to my House bill 5008 which passed the House unanimously, asks for reports of critical incidents and for individuals living in or those operated by the department of behavioral health and developmental services. I hope it be the pleasure of the
John O'Bannon
Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. Amendments are agreed to.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block. Page four, Senate bill 920 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to lien priority. Body to pass the bill.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Salem, Mr. Habeen.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, members of the body, just clarifies priority of certain tax liens. I move passage of the bill.
Scott Garrett
Senate bill 941 a bill to direct the commissioner of behavioral health to develop a comprehensive plan for prevention of discharge planning services at local and regional correctional facilities.
Scott Garrett
Gentleman from Albemarle Mr. Bill.
Scott Garrett
This requires a comprehensive plan for discharge services.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 944 a bill to amend and reenact two section of the code of Virginia relating to epinephrine glucagon possession and administration by certain employees of public or private institutions of higher education with an amendment.
[Unknown]
Gentleman from Salem, Mr. Habeeb.
Greg Habeeb
Mr. Speaker, I move committee amendment.
[Unknown]
Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. Amendments are agreed to, gentleman from Salem .
Greg Habeeb
Mr. Speaker, members of the body, Senate bill 944 is the same as Delegate Rush 's 1746 reporting immunity for higher institutions possession of administration of epinephrine. It adds insulin and glucogon to that.
Randy Minchew
Senate bill 950 by for the continuing Senate bills third day. Reefing uncontested calendar, Senate bill 966 a bill to amend and reenact two section of the code of Virginia related to residential rental properties tenant assertion. Reporting to committee on courts of justice.
Randy Minchew
Mr. Speaker?
Randy Minchew
Gentleman from Salem, Mr. Habeeb.
Greg Habeeb
Senate bill 966 is almost identical to 2281, regarding residential real estate property.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 973 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to battery on a health care provider penalty reporting to committee for courts of justice.
Greg Habeeb
Gentle woman from Chesterfield, miss Robinson .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, House members. It is a companion bill to my bill which passed at 99-0, expanding authorities for battery against health care provider to amy in hospital during emergency room in my clinic rendering emergency care. Under the current law, it only applies to battery against emergency health care providers. I ask the body to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 974, a bill to amend the code of Virginia related to palliative care, information and resources.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, I move we adopt the committee substitute.
Tony Wilt
Question is on adoption of acommittee substitute. Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no.
[Unknown]
The bill is identical to my House bill 1675 which passed the House unanimously. This is a recommendation on the joint commission of health care, directing the department of health to implement a web based resource on palliative care available to the public. I ask the body pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page seven, continuing with the block. Excuse me, House bill 975, a bill to amend and reenact a section of the code of Virginia related to community services board, free add minute screening regional jail inmates with an amendment.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Caroline, Mr. Orrock.
Bobby Orrock
Mr. Speaker, can that go by temporarily?
Joseph Yost
Without objection, by temporarily. Senate bill 981 liability protection for administrators reporting to committee on courts of justice.
Bobby Orrock
Gentleman from Henrico, Mr. O'ban non.
John O'Bannon
This bill has to do with protections for those secretaries and others who work in free clinics. The Senate 's version is cleaner, mine has been conformed to their over there. I hope we'll adopt Senate bill 981.
[Unknown]
Continuing. Senate bill 1009 a bill related to practice of telemedicine prescribing. Bill has an emergency clause and reported to committee on health, welfare, and institutions.
John O'Bannon
Gentleman from lynchberg, Mr. Garrett.
Scott Garrett
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1009 will allow a health care pra tigsner performed an appropriate examination of the patient through a physical exam or diagnostic equipment to prescribe schedule 1-6 controlled substances to that patient remaining in compliance with federal regulations for practice of telemedicine. Mr. Speaker, I move Senate bill 1009 do pass, sir.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page eight, continuing with the block, Senate bill 1041 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to Virginia driver's manual course, age requirements. Reporting to committee on transportation.
Scott Garrett
Gentleman from Virginia
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker? Beach, Mr. Villanueva.
[Unknown]
Mr. Chairman, House bill 1041 deals with lowering age from 19, 18 for persons who failed driver knowledge examinations. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 1044, a bill to amend and reenact two section of the code of Virginia relating to remote access to nonconfidential court records for date of birth verification reporting to committee on courts of justice.
Greg Habeeb
Gentleman from Loudoun, Mr. Minchew.
Randy Minchew
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1044 is identical to my House bill 1713 that passed this body 99-0, January 26th. It's a bill expediting background checks to remote access to nonconfidential court records and expedite hiring of qualified job applicants nearby. I move the body pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1046 a bill to amend and reenact two section of the code of Virginia relating to the board of medicine requirement for licensing. Reporting to committee on health, welfare and institutions.
Randy Minchew
Gentleman from Danville, m marshal tu, Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1046 is identical to my House bill 2277, our current law requires foreign physicians to complete two years of residency, compared to us us, who have to complete one year. They have to pass the same exams and I move, I pass --
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1048 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to death certificate amendments there to with a substitute.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Rockingham, Mr. Wilt.
Tony Wilt
Question is on adoption of the committee substitute.
Bill Howell
Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no substitute agreed to. Gentleman from Rockingham .
Tony Wilt
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, Senate bill 1048 is identical to House bill 2276 which passed the House on February 2nd, unanimously. What it does is is allows for certain changes to death certificates to be signed by a judge without a court hearing. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1050, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to Virginia foundation for healthy youth. Purpose, bill reported to committee on health, welfare and institutions.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Henrico, Mr. O'ban non.
John O'Bannon
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. This is identical to House bill 1751. Health care commission studied this. It expands the commission's job to include working on childhood substance abuse addiction and opiate use. I hope we pass the bill.
Roxann Robinson
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 1062 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to definition of mental health service provider reporting to committee an health, welfare and institutions.
John O'Bannon
Gentleman from Giles, Mr. Yost.
Joseph Yost
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. My bill says physician assistants have a duty to protect third parties. I hope it be the measure of the body to pass the bill.
Ron Villanueva
Turning to Page ten, Senate bill 1101 related to filing application fees for transportation network companies, reporting to committee on transportation.
Joseph Yost
Gentleman from Spotsylvania, m Adams .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, it is identical to House bill 2032. Legislation creates an alternative fee structure and eliminates small business entry for small business companies. I ask the body pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1140 related to estate planning reporting to committee on courts of justice.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Salem, Mr. Habeeb.
Greg Habeeb
Mr. Speaker, members of the body, it is identical to House bill 1617 which makes changes to malpractice and state planning. I move passage of the bill.
Terry Kilgore
Senate bill 1164 a bill relating to complaints involving members of the united states armed forces. Reporting to committee on health, welfare and
Greg Habeeb
Gentleman from Norfolk, miss institutions. Hester.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1164 is identical to House bill 2279 which passed the House unanimously, allowing collaboration with the department of human services and family advocacy teams to support the military child in families and instances of reported child abuse. I ask the bod yes to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page 11, of the thank you. Printed calendar, continuing with the block, Senate bill 1176 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to nonexoneration on death on payment of deceased.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1176 is identical to House bill 1618 provides a notice procedures for nonexoneration debt. I move passage of the bill.
Scott Garrett
Continuing Page 11, Senate bill 1177, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia related to surviving spouses elective share, homestead ahowance benefit, emergency. The bill has an emergency clause and reported to committee of courts of justice.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Chesapeake, Mr. Leftwich.
Jay Leftwich
Ladies and gentlemen of the House this is identical to House bill 1516, clarifying the elective share can be taken in addition to homestead exemption. I ask the body pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1179, a bill to allow a work group to develop educational standards for training health care provider in the state and appropriate use of opoids to treat pain while minimizing the substance abuse.
Jay Leftwich
Senate bill 1179 is identical to House bill 2161 which passed without opposition. The bill creates a worker developed standard in our schools and I will move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1180 a bill to amend various section of the code of Virginia relate together board of dentist tri and medicine, regulations for prescribing of opoids. The bill has an emergency clause, and reports to committee on health, welfare and institution was an amendment.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I move the House adopt a committee amendment.
Bill Howell
Those in favor say aye. Opposed, no. Amendment is agreed to. Gentleman from Washington .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 11801 identical to House bill 2167 passing without opposition, directing the board to implement emergency regulations for prescribing products containing epinephrine. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1151 relating to cap on.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1191 the same as House bill 1919 that passed the House. The bill increases amount of civil penalties at the commissioner of department social services. May assess against an assisted living fa sill fi for noncompliance with the terms of the license from $10,000 for 24 months to $10,000 per 12 month period. I respectfully ask the House to pass the bill. [ captioning will continue ] instrument much, statute of limitations, certificates of deposit. Reported from the committee to courts of justice.
Jim LeMunyon
The gentleman from Scott, Mr. Kilgore.
Terry Kilgore
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, Senate bill 1217 at same as the bull I carried 1832 dealing with the statute of limitations for negotiable and nonnegotiableable strums. I hope it would be the pleasure of the House to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block of bills, Senate bill 1221, a bill directing the commissioner of health and development tal services a the director of criminal justice services for develop a presence sieve model for the use of alternative transportation provider. Committee from health and welfare and institutions.
Terry Kilgore
In Garrett .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, Senate bill 1221 is identical to my House bill 1426 which passed this body unanimously on January the 27th. This about bill will direct the commissioner of criminal justice services an in conjunction with the relevant stakeholders to develop a comprehensive model for the use of alternative transportation providers to provide safe and efficient transportation of individuals involved in emergency custody and involuntary admission process as an alternative to transportation by law enforcement. Mr. Speaker, I move that the bill too pass, sir.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1229, a bill to amend and reenact a section of code related to issuance of a driver's license or learner's permit, minimum standards for vision test. Reported from the committee on transportation with a gleement gentleman the from Hanover, Mr. Fowler.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move the committee amendment.
Manoli Loupassi
The question is on adoption of the committee amendment. As many as favor the motion will say yea, those opposed no. The amendment is agreed to. The gentlemen from Hanover .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, the amendments now confrm establish 1229 -- Senate bill 1229 to my House bill 1504 which passed the body unanimous. This legislation increases the minimum vision requirements for obtaining a driver's lnz or learner's permit. I hope it would be the pleasure of the body to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1230 has been moved to the regular calendar and taken bye for the day. Continuing the block on Page 16, Senate bill 1232 a bill to amend and reenact section of the code of Virginia relating to prescription of opioids. Limit, reported from the committee on health, welfare and institutions.
[Unknown]
The gentlemen from Fairfax, Mr. Hugo.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1232 is identical to House bill 1885 which passed unanimous. This simply states a prescribing physician is going to frieb an opioid for seven days or longer, then the prescribing physician has to request information from the pnp. I hope I would be the will of the body to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1242, a bill to amend and reenact various sections of the code relating to advanced directives, persons authorized to provide assistance in completing. Reported from the committee on health welfare and institutions with amendments.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Henrico, Mr. O'bannon.
John O'Bannon
Thank you. I move the body adopt the amendments offered by the health, welfare and institutions committee.
Brenda Pogge
Is question on adoption of the committee amendments. As many as favor the motion will say yea, those opposed no. The amendments are agreed to.
John O'Bannon
With that adoption, this is now identical to 1747 which passed 98-0 and I hope we'll pass the bill as amended.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1250, a bill to amend and reenact sections of the code of Virginia relating to motor vehicle safety, inspection data. Reported from the come et on transportation with an amendment.
[Unknown]
The gentleman from Virginia beach.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move the committee amendment.
[Unknown]
The question is on adoption of the committee amendment. As many as favor the motion will say aye, those opposed no. The amendment is agreed to. The gentleman from Virginia beach.
Peter Farrell
Thank you m speesh. Senate bill 1250 now conforms with my bill with regards to authorizing the superintendent of the state police to provide verification of inspection statuses of a vehicle. I move that the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1251, a bill to amend the code of Virginia relating to the Washington metro rail safety commission interstate compact. Reported from the committee on transportation with a substitute.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Fairfax .
[Unknown]
I love deposition of the committee substitute.
Bill Howell
The question is on adoption of the committee substitute. As many as favor the motion will say aye, those opposed no. The substitute is agreed to. The gentleman from fair tax.
Chris Jones
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and jep of the House, with the adoption of a substitute, Senate bill 1251 is now identical to House bill 2136 which passed unanimously and this is the legislation I mentioned earlier that would do Virginia 's part to enter into the interstate compact related to metro safety. I hope it would be the pleasure of the body to is pa the bill and get it on to the governor.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1260, a bill to amend and reenact three sections of the code of Virginia related to search warrants, person subject to warrant or capias for arrest. Reported from the committee for courts of justice.
[Unknown]
Is anybody prepared to handle this?
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, can this bill go bye temporarily?
Bill Howell
Without objection, Senate bill 1260 bye temporarily.
Manoli Loupassi
Turning to Page 18, continuing with the block, Senate bills on third reading uncontested calendar, Senate bill 1272, a bill to amend and reenact various sections of the code of Virginia relating to the nonresident violator compact of 1977. Reported from the committee on transportation.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Virginia beach, Mr. Villanueva.
Ron Villanueva
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1272 comes from the recommendation of Virginia code commission and what it does is codify the text of the nonresident violator compact of 1977. I move that the bill pass.
Patrick Hope
Thank you.
Ron Villanueva
Senate bill 1273, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code relating to the city of Richmond general district court, concurrent criminal jurisdiction. Reported from the committee on courts of justice.
Patrick Hope
The gentleman from -- Mr. Loupassi.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1273 is kent dal to my House bill 1652 which provides to concurrent criminal jurisdiction of Richmond general district court in manchester. I move that the bill be passed.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1288, a bill to amend and reenact sectionsment code relating to confidentiality of the department of juvenile justice records community gang task forces. Reported from the committee for courts of justice.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Frederick, Mr. Collins.
Chris Collins
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 12 ul is is the same as my bill hb 2287 which passed out of the House 95-0, December with sharing information -- deals with sharing information of gang task force information. I hope it's the pleasure of the body to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page 19, Senate bill 1305, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code relating to inability to pay fees or costs on account of poverty. Reported from the committee for guidelines. Courts of justice.
Chris Collins
The gentleman from Frederick m Collins .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen, Senate bill 1305 is the same as hb 2328 which passed out of the House unanimously. In allows the court to -- this allows the court to use the same guidelines to civil indigency as it does for criminal. I hope it would be the pleasure of the body to pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1310, a bill to amend and reenact two sections of the code of Virginia relating to search warrants. Reported from the committee for courts of justice.
Bill Howell
The gentlewoman from James city county.
[Unknown]
This is identical to my House bill 1874 which passed unanimously on January 26th. In 2015, the sench warrant process was amended so a search warrant could be issue anywhere in the state, not just the jurisdiction where it was to be serve. This is a House companions that -- or housekeeping companion that allows the same policy for bank record warrants. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 1321, a bill to amend the code of Virginia relating to requirement ofs on thal monthly lick prescriptions.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Henrico ,
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Farrell. Senate bill 1321 is identical to House bill 1497 dealing with tele medicine, online eye examinations. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block on Page 20, Senate bill 1323, a bill to require the board of health to adopt regulations to include neonate toll abstinence syndrome.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1323 is identical to House bill 1467 which passed out of this body 97-0. The bill will add neonatal abstinence syndrome to the list of reportable diseases. I move at that time bill pass.
Bobby Orrock
Senate bill 1331, a bill to amend and reenact various sections of the code of Virginia relating to the department of transportation. Office of internodal planning and investment of the secretary of transportation. Responsibilities. The bill was reported from the committee on transportation.
Bobby Orrock
The gentleman from Suffolk, Mr. Jones.
Chris Jones
Mr. Speaker, Senate bill bill 1331 is department cal to House bill 2e 41 which passed this House unanimously on the 27th of January. This shifts the planning from vdot to the office of intermodal planning and to the secretary of transportation. I would move that we would pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1332, a bill to amend and reenact section of the code relating to the form of garnishment summons, maximum portion of disposable earnings subject to garnishment. Reported from the committee on courts of justice.
Chris Jones
The gentleman from Richmond city, Mr. How Peace .
Peter Farrell
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1333 is identical to my House bill 1646 which came out unanimously and requires the executive secretary to conform the garnishment summons to the statute. I move that we pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1352, a bill to amend and reenact a section -- seven ram sections of the code of Virginia relating to capital cases, replacing certain terminology. The bill is reported from the committee on courts of justice.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Arlington, Mr. Hope.
Patrick Hope
Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1352 is identical to my House bill 1881 which passed the House unanimously. This is the endorsement of the crime commission which changes terminology from mental retardation to intellectual disabilities. I hope it would be the pleasure -- or I move to pass the bill. Thank you, sir.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block, Senate bill 1366, a bill to amend various section of the code of Virginia relating to transportation network company partner vehicle registration repeal safety inspections. The bill is reported from the committee on transportation with an amendment.
Patrick Hope
The gentleman from Virginia beach.
Scott Garrett
I move the committee amendment.
Scott Garrett
Question is on adoption of the committee amendment. As many as favor the motion will say aye, those opposed no. The amendment is agreed to. The gentleman from Virginia beach.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1366 now conforms with my bill, House bill 2019, with regards to allowing the department of state police to recognize another stay's annual motor vehicle safety inspection in lieu of our Virginia inspection and clarifies that a transportation network carrier partner can keep proof of inspection on or on the vehicle. I move the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 136, a bill to -- 1367, a bill to designate the bridge in Virginia state route 155, the f.W. Waky howard jr. Bridge. Reported from the committee on transportation.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from -- I 'm sorry. Oh, come on.
[Unknown]
I was trying to be courteous to the counter chairman of transportation.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Hanover, Mr. Peace.
Chris Peace
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1367 does, as indicated, and it designates state route 155 bridge after our former sheriff, f.W. Waky howard, at one point the longest serving sheriff in Virginia. Ask that the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Turning to Page 22, Senate bill 1403 has been taken bye for the day. Senate bill 1434 has been moved to the regular calendar and taken bye for the day. So the bill before us the Senate bill third reading untested calendar block, Senate bill 1437 a bill to amend and reenact a second of the code of Virginia clelt relted to commonwealth council on aejs duties. Reported from the committee on health, welfare and institutions.
Chris Peace
Mr. Rock.
[Unknown]
Ladies and gentlemen of the House, Senate bill 1437 simply add and additional duty to the commonwealth council on aging as it relates to dietary needs of those in the aged community and provide that information to the department for aging and rehabilitation services. I move the passage of the bill.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1461 a bill to amend the code of Virginia relating to foster care, enrollment in the commonwealth program of medical assistance. Reported from the committee on health, welfare and institutions.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Prince William, Mr. Hinge again felter.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Senate bill 1461 as follow-up on the foster 21 bill we did last year. The bill directs that the department of social services to enroll those young adults who are already eligible for medical assistance while also providing an opt-out mechanism for those who do
[Unknown]
On their prescriptions have been dispensed to them and hope the body will pass the bill.
[Unknown]
Thank you.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1486 has been taken by for the day. Turn to Page 24, continuing with the block, Senate bill 1511, a bill to amend and reenact two sections of the code.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Henrico .
[Unknown]
I move it.
[Unknown]
Those in favor say aye.
[Unknown]
Aye.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1511 is mostly identical to House bill 1548. The only difference is the committee amendment which it was an oversight. We forgot to include licensed clinical social workers for the groups of folks dealing with mental health. I move that the bill pass.
[Unknown]
Senate bill 1456, relating to gun control act, schedule 1 drugs addition of substances, for constitutionss -- institutions with amendment.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, I move adoption of the committee amendments.
[Unknown]
Those in favor of that motion say aye.
[Unknown]
Aye.
[Unknown]
Those opposed, no. Amendment agreed to.
[Unknown]
Thank you Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1546 is now identical to my House bill 1610, which passed this body unanimously on the 20th of January. This is a result when we granted the board of pharmacy in conjunction with the department of forensic science, to prescribe drugs in the interim of the general session. Since we adjourned in March of 2016, the board of pharmacy scheduled the 28 chemicals listed in the bill before this body. I move that the bill do pass, sir.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, returning to Page 7, of today's printed calendar, Page 7, the bill is taken temporarily, that is Senate 975, a bill to amend a section of the code relating to the service board, regional jail inmates, on health bill of institution with amendment.
[Unknown]
Thank you Mr. Speaker. I move the committee amendment.
[Unknown]
The questions on adoption of committee amendment, those in favor of that motion say aye.
[Unknown]
Aye.
[Unknown]
The amendment agreed to.
[Unknown]
It now conforms to my House bill 2331 which passed unanimously on February 7th. It identifies the mental health needs and services to regional jail inmates. I hope it will be the pleasure of the House to pass this bill.
[Unknown]
And finally, rounding out the block, Page 17 of the printed calendar, Senate bill 1260, a bill to amend and reenact a section of the code.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Alexander .
[Unknown]
Thank you Mr. Speaker, Senate bill 1260 is identical to my House bill 2084, a search warrant and seize any person which a warrant for a process of arrest has been issued. This comes at the recommendation of the Virginia state crime I move that it pass. Division.
Tim Hugo
He's carrying Senate Black 's water. Shall the bill pass?
Bill Howell
Clerk will close the roll.
[Unknown]
Ayes 97, no 0.
[Unknown]
The bill is passed.
[Unknown]
Continuing with today's calendar, the next category on Page 25 is Senate bills on third reading, regular calendar, Senate bills third reading regular, Senate bill 1504 has been rereferred to the committee on health welfare and institutions. Accordingly, the bill within this category is Senate bill 903, a bill to amend and reenact various sections of the code, all relating to the creation of the fiduciary access act.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, this is identical to my House bill of 1608. It's what the clerk said, uniform fiduciary assets act, which gives people access to digital act assets. I ask that the bill be passed.
[Unknown]
Shall the bill pass?
Bill Howell
Clerk will close the roll.
Rich Anderson
Ayes 96, no 0.
Rich Anderson
The bill is passed. What does he have to pick up at the grocery store on the way home? [laughter]
[Unknown]
Continuing today's business, Page 26 of printed calendar, House bills with Senate amendment. House bills with Senate amendments. First up, 1713, a bill to amend and reenact sections of the code to non-confidential criminal court records. The bill passed the House on January 26th, and the Senate with a substitute.
[Unknown]
Thank you Mr. Speaker, I would ask that the body accept the Senate amendments that will conform House bill 1713 to Senate bill 1044, that we adopted about 6 minutes ago. Thank you Mr. Speaker.
Dave Albo
Shall the substitute be agreed to? Clerk will close the roll.
Dave Albo
Ayes 97, no 0.
Dave Albo
The substitute is agreed to.
[Unknown]
Next up, House bill 1454, a bill to reenact a section of the code regarding James river deci -- designation.
[Unknown]
Mr. Austin.
[Unknown]
Will this be able to go by for the day?
Bill Howell
Without objection, House bill 1454 by for the day.
[Unknown]
House bill 1623, a bill to reenact two sections of the code of Virginia on rental property. It passed on the 25th of January .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, members of the House, House bill 1623 had clarifying language added by the Senate regarded to month to month tendency and court escrow. Mr. Speaker, I would accept the Senate sub city -- substitute.
Bill Howell
Shall the substitute be clerk will close the roll. Agreed to?
[Unknown]
Aye 97, no 0.
[Unknown]
The substitute is agreed to.
[Unknown]
1889, various sections of the code regarding licensed taxes, defense production businesses, passed the Senate with an amendment.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Fairfax, Mr. Hugo.
Tim Hugo
It's a clarification on the exemption of remanufacturers for defense manufacturers, it clarifies that this will take place at the place of manufacture. I hope it will be the will of the body to accept the Senate amendment.
[Unknown]
Shall the Senate amendment be agreed to?
Tim Hugo
Clerk will close the roll.
[Unknown]
Ayes 97 -- 96, no 0.
[Unknown]
The Senate amendment is agreed to.
[Unknown]
Turn to Page 27, a bill to reenact the code of Virginia relating to the board for contractors, exemptions for contracting an unlicensed person.
Bill Howell
The gentleman from Hanover .
[Unknown]
House bill 1979, it's a technical amendment, adding the section number referencing the new language in the bill. There's no change to the substance of the legislation. I ask that we accept the amendment.
Chris Jones
Shall the amendment be agreed to? Clerk will close the roll.
[Unknown]
Ayes, 97, no 0.
[Unknown]
The Senate amendment is agreed to.
[Unknown]
House bill 2302, a bill to amend and reenact a section of the code on board and services, membership duties. The bill passed the House on the 23rd.
[Unknown]
Thank you Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House, under the current code, the House of delegates has three seats on the Virginia board of veterans services, and the Senate of Virginia has two seats. They sent the House bill 2302 back with an amendment, that raises the number of seats to 3. This is an encroachment on our per rogty and I vote that the House reject the Senate amendment.
Bill Howell
Shall the Senate amendment be agreed to? Clerk will close the roll.
[Unknown]
Ayes 0, no 96.
[Unknown]
The Senate amendment is rejected. [laughter]
[Unknown]
Finally Mr. Speaker, turn to Page 28 of the printed calendar. Last category for today. Resolution regular calendar. The Senate joint resolution 241, confirming the amendment of the chief justice of the supreme court of Virginia, of the chairman of the Virginia criminal sentencing commission.
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Fairfax .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, members of the House, it's the group that decides what the sentencing guidelines should look like. The recent chairman, former judge hogshire to be. I hope it's the pleasure of the House to adopt the bill.
Bill Howell
Shall the resolution be adopted? Clerk will close the roll.
[Unknown]
Ayes 97, no 0.
[Unknown]
The resolution is adopted.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, that completes today's calendar.
[Unknown]
Does the clerk have announcements?
[Unknown]
Yes, communication from the speaker, later this week is the appropriate time, for getting work on the budget, the speaker appoints the following for the House budget. House bill 1500, delegates Jones, Cox, O'Bannon, Greason, and it will continue to be on the delegates. The speaker, looking ahead.
[Unknown]
I just had one more.
[Unknown]
Sorry.
[Unknown]
Continuing with announcements today, looking ahead at today's busy afternoon, the House courts of justice civil law sub, they will meet immediately upon adjournment in House room d. Also, upon adjournment in House room c across the Hall, the court's criminal law subcommittee. They will be meeting. And then, immediately upon adjournment of the criminal sub, the committee for courts of justice will meet in House room c. Then once the full committee has done their business, the courts of justice civil law committee, they will meet immediately upon adjournment on the full committee. Once the full committee is finished, civil law will be in House room d, once the full committee is finished, the criminal law sub will resume their work in House room c. Looking ahead this afternoon, the appropriations transportation subcommittee is going to meet up in the 9th floor appropriations room, 15 minutes, half hour after adjournment, approximately 1:45 or so up in the 9th floor appropriations room. The appropriations committee, they will meet 15 minutes after adjournment of the House .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker?
Bill Howell
Gentleman from Sussex, Mr. Jones.
[Unknown]
I'm not sure in the Senate is still in session.
[Unknown]
They are.
[Unknown]
So I guess we will meet immediately upon the adjournment of the transportation subcommittee.
[Unknown]
They will be meeting in half an hour, once they're finished, assuming the Senate is adjourned, they will meet upon adjournment on that. Looking on to the rest of the afternoon, appropriations higher ed subcommittee has been canceled. No higher ed approach sub, similarly, the subcommittee 3, that meeting has been canceled. Also, transportation, subcommittee number 2, that meeting today has been canceled, and will be rescheduled for Tuesday. I'll tell you about that in a moment. The Virginia transparency caucus has been previously noted, they will be meeting today at 4:00 at 5 west, transparency caucus. Then at 4:30 today, acnr's agriculture subcommittee will be meeting in 7 west. The renewable energy caucus will also meet at 4:30, in the west conference room. This afternoon's subcommittee number 1, that meeting has been canceled. However, at 5:00, subcommittee number 3. They will be meeting in 5 west, that's a change in day, time, and location. So hwi subcommittee number 3, will be meeting today at 5 and 5 west. Rounding out the meeting, they will meet at 25k over in the gab. Looking ahead to tomorrow, Valentine 's day, February 14th, Tuesday, the sunrise caucus will meet at 6:30 a.M. On the 6th floor conference room. First legislative meeting will be at 7:00, election committee, election subcommittee, they will be meeting at the 9th floor appropriations, 7:00 a.M., 9th floor appropriations room. Conservative caucus will meet at 7:30 a.M. In the west floor west conference room. The committee on education, education innovation subcommittee, they will meet at 7:30 a.M. Tomorrow in 7 west conference room. Education and education innovation sub, 7:30, 7 west. The women's healthcare caucus, that meeting has been canceled. So tomorrow morning, at 8:30, depending on transportation, they will meet at their normal time and location, House room c, transportation House room c, and across the Hall in House room d, they will meet at 9:00. That's a change in time for hwi. At 10:00 tomorrow, the appropriations elementary and secondary education subcommittee, they will meet at 10:00 in the 9th floor appropriations room and finally the democratic caucus will meet at 11:15 tomorrow in House room 2 and the republican caucus at 11:00 a.M. Tomorrow in House room 1. That completes the announcements I have.
[Unknown]
Speaker, an announcement please. I noticed it got confusing. The revenue bill has to be passed today. So subcommittees are going to meet from now, and full committee meets at 2:15, on the revenue bill and then we go back to the subcommittee. So you're going to want to report to your subcommittee, then go to House room c for full committee, and then go back to sub. Thank you.
[Unknown]
Mr. Cox.
[Unknown]
Speaker, I move that the House adjourn today and reconvene tomorrow at 12:00 noon.
[Unknown]
Those in favor of that motion say aye.
[Unknown]
Aye.
[Unknown]
Those opposed say no, that motion approved to.
[Unknown]
I move that the House now adjourn.
[Unknown]
Those who favor that motion, say aye.
[Unknown]
Aye.
[Unknown]
Those opposed to say no. That motion is agreed to and the House stands adjourned until noon tomorrow. [gavel banging] captioning provided by: caption associates, llc www.Captionassociates.Com captioning provided by: caption associates, llc www.Captionassociates.Com