01/19/2018 House Proceedings

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Minutes

Called to order at 12 m. by M. Kirkland Cox, Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by Pastor Bill Davis, Laurel Hill Baptist Church [at the request of Delegate Landes]

Delegate Gilbert 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 Boysko, Hugo, Murphy, and Rodman

Journal for Thursday, January 17, 2018, approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication Received - more

Committee reports:

Commerce and Labor reported on 01/18/2018

Counties, Cities and Towns reported on 01/19/2018

Militia, Police and Public Safety reported on 01/19/2018

HR 28, amending and readopting Rules 16 and 40 of the Rules of the House of Delegates, relating to committee membership and the Morning Hour, read a first time

Bills and resolution presented, ordered printed, and referred pursuant to House Rule 37

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

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILL READ THIRD TIMEUNCONTESTED CALENDAR

HB 154 - Passed (Y-96 N-0 A-0)

HOUSE BILLS READ SECOND TIMEUNCONTESTED CALENDAR

HB 82 - EngrossedHB 117 - EngrossedHB 170 - EngrossedHB 175 - EngrossedHB 237 - EngrossedHB 238 - EngrossedHB 396 - EngrossedHB 433 - Engrossed

MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS ON THE SPEAKER'S TABLE

SJ 18 - Agreed to
SJ 22 - Agreed to
SJ 23 - Agreed to
HJ 128 - Agreed to
HJ 134 - Agreed to
HR 25 - Agreed to

COMMENDING RESOLUTIONS ON THE SPEAKER'S TABLE

SJ 10 - Agreed to
SJ 17 - Agreed to
SJ 24 - Agreed to
HJ 130 - Agreed to
HJ 133 - Agreed to
HJ 136 - Agreed to
HJ 137 - Agreed to
HR 19 - Agreed to
HR 26 - Agreed to

Motion by Delegate Gilbert to adjourn agreed to
House adjourned at 10: 35 a.m. to meet Monday, January 22, 2018, 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]
[gavel pounding] >> The House will come to order. Members, please take your seats. Sergeant at arms.
Kirk Cox
The House is now in session. All persons not entitled to the privileges of the floor will retire to the gallery. >> The members will rise and be led in prayer by pastor bill Davis, laurel hill baptist church, verona. Remain standing for the pledge of allegiance to the flag of the united states of america which will be led by the Delegate from Shenandoah, Delegate Gilbert .
[Unknown]
Let us pray together. Father, we pause a minute to recognize your greatness. Your power. Your kindness. And your love. You are God and we are your creatures. But we are your creatures, you want us and you care for us and love us. And so we ask you to care for us during this assembly. Everyone here is dedicated and have made a choice to serve. But we also have sharp differences between us. Democracy comes with the freedom that we love, and with the responsibility to self-govern. And this is not easy in a diverse world. But democracy also comes with a trap that tends to reduce things to the lowest common denominator or to gravitate toward what is least offensive. But you, lord, are not like that. You looked into the void. You looked into the chaos and you spoke. You spoke the world into being and then you reached down and scooped up a handful of soil, and you formed it and fashioned it into a creatures made in your image. And you did not rest until you were satisfied and it was very, very good. So, father, like Wise, do not let us stop until it is good. Give us your strength and wisdom and guide us to help us in this task. Help us all press on until you are satisfied and you look down upon our work and you say once again, that is very, very good. And that you are glorified, amen.
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Amen.
[Unknown]
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america. And to the republic, for which it stands. Legiance to the flag of the united states of america. And to the republic, for which it stands. One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
[Unknown]
The members will answer the roll call indicating presence on the electronic voting board. >> The clerk will close the roll. >> Mr. Speaker, a quorum is present. >> Pursuant to House rule 3 I have examined and approved the journal of the House of delegates for January 18, 2018. Motions and rese eutions under rule 39 pursuant to the provision of rule 40 are now in order. The clerk shall announce the first morning hour order of business including the clerk's announcements and communications.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speotier, on the first morning hour of business, simply remind the body today is the last day to interdukes ledge -- introduce legislation with the exception of commending or memorial resolution. He filed or introdu the ion or spbmitted in hard copy to the clerk's office no later than 3:00 p.M. Friday. There will be staff here today. Staff here in the House chamber until 3:00 to receive any hard copy introduced legislation. And again, that is a hard deadline. In addition, laid at the speaker's table is House resothe ion nse tber of se o House rese eution 28 which has been distributed to all members of the body. A resolution amending and readg orting rulesourn6 and 40 of the rules of the House of delegates relating to committee membership and the morning shower. The speotier shall can e ho designate eight members, not seven to meet with members of the Senate to concentrate thed thoint rules committee. And also advise the body on line 40 regarding the morning hour is tpressly clarifying that announcements by the clerk as well as announcements by members is the change to House rulestri0. A twer hnical clarie. Ing amendment.
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Delegate from Fairfax, Delegate Sullivan .
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speotier. I rise for an introduction. The Delegate has the floor.
[Unknown]
I'm pleased to welcome a group of dentists around dental stounents from the Virginia dental association. A nonprofit organization of dentists and students commihted to ipeoroving the quality of dental education and enhancing dental heath for all vannginian. They are all here meeting with members and making sure we are all flossing properly. I hg ore you will alld thoin me in giving a warm House welcome. [applause] >> We welcome the friends from the dental association to the capitogod the Delegate from Chesapeake, Delegate hayes.
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Mr. Speaker. Rise for an introdu the ion. >> The Delegate has the floor.
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Mr. Speaker and the members of the House of delegates we have visiting with us in the ca hgtol today students from the elementary school in Chesapeake. They are members of the triple-a school sice ety pro riam in addition to these students are from thurgood Marshall elementajo school sturning pleavics and the process in which we pass legislation at the general assembly. Across the nation the tripl via armfety pro riam serves 654,bm0 student and 34,500 schools maxwide who are helping keep other students sice e on theann way to school and from schoogod the school safety patrol program is a position of honor that has continued sinceourn92fy I ask that youd thoan join me in extending a warm welcome to the stounents of thurgood Marshall elementajo school tripl via school safety program. [applause] >> The House would certainly like to welcome the students speaom the thurgood Marshall elementary school. Your studying of civics. Wegraome to the capite e. The Delegate from Augusta, Delegate Landes .
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, rise for the purpose of introdu the ion.
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The Delegate has the floor.
[Unknown]
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker and ladies an na& gentlemen of the House it is my plea spre to introduce to the House this morning a constituent but one who youd thust heard fropy I want to rwer ogni m and ask the House to welcome this morning Reverend or pastor bill Davis with the laurel hill baptist church and his waste kim is here with him as well. Pastor Davis graduated from purdo a university with a bachelor and master of spleaence degree in mechanical engineering. He then moved to louisville, kente bky andered his master of divinivic degree. Bill worked for several manufacturing companies in louisville. So he is has a priwer hte vwer tor business background in research and development of custom equie. Nt. And he also served at that time as a children's minister and associate pastor of emmanuel baptist church. In of bm1,tueim and bill moved to singapore where they lived for eight years and worked for the global resoun re services for er anobal resoun re services a nonprofit organization doing humanitarian development projwer ts in asia. And during the sse tmer of of housass bill became the pastor of laurel hill baptist church in verducci verona Virginia and serves on the leadershourn6 teapy he was born or raised in parkersburg, west Virginia. And he has been married totueim s theo is from Roanoke, vannginia and they have been married for 21 years. Something spepleaal for me, many of youtuenow that my son is adopted. They have two adopted daughters, natalie and che ti soe. I want the House to welcome them ino the House but also members of their congregation, Mr. Speaker, in the gallejo. I would ask the House to welcome everyone from laurel hill baptist church to the House this mo ti ing. Heypplaus and m
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The delegatee hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe ho death Head. >> We have joining us in the gallery today, a nse tber of stounents that are state and national authors -- officers from the Virginia career and technical education student organiounetions. Ast they will stand and be recognized. We have joining us from skills u.S.A. Theann state president asaanti who is studying television production programming. National officer hunter Radford, a senior at blaare ssurg himing school. And national officer ritter. And computer repair and nem orking pro riamming. We have from the twer ts be eogy student association state president devin patel. Rotional officerd thessica strae. G. Rotional officer ala. From deca, state president robbie moore. And state president rpasbie moore. Speaom -- that was from deca. From fblapbl, jacob Knight. Family career and communivic leaders of america, state presidenttueennern strict strickler. From ffa, the state president. And from hofstra, state president amber gutierrez. Gutierrez. All of these students are not only availing themselves of career and twer ts bical education g orportunities to prepare them properly for the workforce but admirably have totien leadership positions in organuelations that make sure that fellow and future students will be able to preure re them for bng ung career rearn. And they are joined by various adult leaders. Includingdebra trivino who is the strae. G. Hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hostate dannwer tor. I would like the body to please give them a warm House welcome. Heyvinolaus and m
[Unknown]
I would like to welcome the state and national officers from career and tech. Enion,y your day at the capite e.
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The Delegate from Norfolk, Delegate lindsay. >> Mr. Speaker, I rise for an introde btion. >> The Delegate has the floor. >> Today in the gallery or about the capitol grounds if the mamee ion,ts bson lit@de league baseball team. The baseball team is home-based in the d.C. Area but pulls from the surrounding regions. The lit@de lea cae team participated in the little league urban initiative tour roment which they won. This spring thkers will serve the american baseball as american baseball ambassadors to youth in bill pa. The mameed thohnson lit@de lea cae is newly formed and steadily growing and expanding to develg or in area of chara the er dtwelg orment and fellowship in sports. Mr. Speaker, I hope it will be the honor and pleasure of this adern to give them a warm introde btion. [applause] >> The House certainly wants to wegraome the members of the mamee ion,ts bson lit@de lea cae team to the capitol. Pursuant to House rule 30 the jour rol shall refle the the following members anewy on pressing personal business and granted leave from today's session. Delegates b and o, heago, Murphy and rodman. The clerk shall announce the next order of business. >> Mr. Speotier, for the swer ond mo ti ing hour of business, requests for moves of legislation. There are none. Recemr. Sed by the clerk or office.
[Unknown]
The clerk shall announce the next order of business.
[Unknown]
The third morning hour of business I 'm not anewre of any reraiests for bye for the day which would require a motion.
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The nis tt order of business. >> The fourth order of business in the morning hour is points of personal privilege. The to speoti,thkse the speoti buhton. >> I rise for a point of personal privilege.
[Unknown]
The Delegate has the floor. >> Thank you. As many of youtuenow, today is the national March for life in d.C. Today. And for obvious reasons I can't be there. But my wife and three children are. And as I was thinking about that toeedy, I was reminded of a quote that a the peally Delegate Simon made yesterday in subcommittee where he said that a socbl,vic is judged by how it treats the m and vulnerable. And, I agree with that. But it begs the qo astion on who is the m and vulnerable. Nod m for me, for a variety of reasons, a child in the womb has always been a child. Ithknderstand that is no, the only perspective and I didn't think it appropriate for me to sile.Ly dismiss the ovino and ng perspe the Mr. Se simply bwer ause it was not my own. I attempted to look at this question and as logically reasonelcly and spleaentifically as I could. I looked at what sort of criteria do we use to distin caish between laste and not oaste and found that when we used the criteria the moment of conception what we have is laste. S theat sort of spleaentific criteria do we use to determine between humanity and nonhumannity. Human laste and nonhuman laste. Using the objwer tive se. H enfiscal cliff fiscal e hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hopase the spleaentificavrch lable we have human life. The legality and morality. And that is the& fo astion of innocence. And looking through code and the way that we determine whether or not someone has been guikfy of a crime or ge thekfy of malice I came to the conclusion at the moment of conception we have innocent human laste and I hg ore further is tplanation will no, be required to explain on how vulnerable that hugh map lifee hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe hoe ho hd anan laste is at that stage. After determining determining this is innocent hd anan laste it goes bowik to how was I brought up and taught to interact with that. My father was a pe eice officer and wasd thust abse eutely aeedmant speaom some of my earliest memories if you have the ability to delgend I so& rent hd anan laste then you have the oble. Ation to do so. My mother being a nurse took us not only all over the countjo but all over the world on onhrious mission trips. And charitable trips because she taugg. Me that it is no,d thust elcout delgense but also aadeut assistance and compassion and helping and that was personal responsibilivic. Git wase st something that I could simply Delegate to the force of government. It was something that I had to take perso rol responsibility for to care for those that couldn't care for themselves. Understand when I tell you that I 'm passionate aadeut the issue and will not relent on the issue. It does no, come from a p and tion of hatred. It dkins no, come from a position of wanting to control other people. And it certainly dkinsn mot come from the p and tion ofd thoungment. I have no idea what it is to be that young woman with theann entire laste ahead of her with g orportunitbl, cap hopes, dreams, ambitions, to all of a sudden become pre idant and no,s, ow s theat happens nis t mot I have no idea what it is like to be that woman. But I do know what it is like to be her son. And the gratitude that comes and the sense of obligation that comes with realizing that someone gavethkp& fe thete a bit so you could be here and the hope that you are living your life in such a way that hg orpers the -- honors the sowirifice that they made as a result. Please know that from myself, I think from some of the members of the cauknos that is, ow have been adopted, I understand it is a contentious issue and wil tha& continue to be so. But if you can trust me, that I 'm coming from a position of love for that child, of lan we for that mo,her and man we for that potential family that could be, I think we can find common ground to work to do aournery noble task which is to worthinkin the cause of the preservation of innocent hugh map life. Hd anan laste. Thank youournery me bh. [avinolause]
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The Delegate from Fairfax, Delegate Sickles. >> Tha
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Th you, Mr. Speotier. I rise for a ppennt of personal privilege.
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The Delegate has the floor. >> Tha >> Th you, Mr. Speotier. Good morning, ladies and lovntlemen of the House. I want to take this opportunity this morning to inform the new members and to remind all of you veterans about when the spirit of sharing moves. As bowikgro thed an colement of political dynasvic is present in our midst. I refer, of course, to my seat mate's pede. Ree, the gentleman speaom central frch rfax as they would say down the Hall, he is, Mr. Speaker, the off spring of ple.Aron, chaannman of the county adeard of st weervisor. It is true he emerged from the womb of sharon. The pg orular ruler of the commonwealth or larlovst jurisdiction so many years ago. Growing up eventually to join us here in the purhe hoit of good public pe eicy. Only a few in this room, Mr. Speaker, will ever represent 1.2 million ppassple as the lovntlemae ss mom dkins. A woman who is known to rule with an iron fist but an iron fist in aournelvet glove. Uir the peaker, I drch sy there is not a person in the room, not even the gentleman from Suffolk s theo can say no to somebody as well as sharon buloonh can. When she says no to you, you feel good about it. [lauule er] >> So now with that as ut ibusto yound, I want to talk about a bipartisan and I bet universal aspiration among the h theouoed of us here. But fannst let me check. Please raise your hands if you came here to the he ey city in order to motie laste more difficult for local government. Any takers? [laughter] >> Or, rrch se your hand if you he hovinoortthkfor tha theded maneedtet b liet any unfunded mandates? Oh, okay. [laughter]
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The last tnon years here. We ato yee coxploration speotier. We all can agree on this matter of philosophy. Unless, of course,thkntil we doe st ato yee. S ry so often an issue arises that is so very, very important, Mr. Speaker, that wed thust have to weiule in on I mot the ppassple want to hear from us. We simply must take a stand on this or tha mot how can wed thust sit there, uir the peaker, and allow this or that travesty to be going on in the provinces. Theowiceptelcle. So, to rs l,d m we are all g orposed to unfunded mandates until we aren't. This is not a repve tlican issfrom u. This is no, a dem& rratic issfrom u. But if you have one here awhile you May vote no. We will be in a much better spot. Mr. Speaker, May you have a good weekend and May the spirit of sharon descend upon you and give you Peace. Thank you very much. >> Thank you, Delegate Sickles. [laughter] the clerk have any additional announcements? >> Simply to revise my earlier comment regarding House resolution 28. Under House rule 81, amendments to the rules of the House have to be announced for five consecutive days and then voted on thereafter. Today's introduction and reading constitutes the first reading. >> The clerk shall call the calendar.
[Unknown]
Today, Friday, January 18, 208. Page 1. First category House bill. A bill to amend and reenact a section of the code of Virginia related to conformity of the commonwealth taxation system with the u.S. Internal revenue code.
[Unknown]
Shall the bill pass?
Kirk Cox
The clerk will close the roll.
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Ayes 96, nos 0. >> Ayes 96, nos 0. The bill passes. >> Continuing with today's calendar. Next category House bills on second reading uncontested calendar. There are eight bills on today's uncontested block. First up, House bill 82. A bill to repeal parts of section 209, amend parts of acts of assemble of twine and 2012 and 2015 related to financing the uninsured employers fund. Reported to the commit on commerce and labor. >> The Delegate from Salem, Delegate Habeeb .
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House bill 82 repeals an enactment cause to maintain flexible. I would move engrossment and passage too third reading. >> Continuing with the block. House bill 117. A bill to amend and reenact a section relating to the Virginia workers compensation commission. Reported to the committee on commerce and labor.
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The Delegate from Scott, Delegate Kilgore .
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Thank you, Mr. Speak. Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House, House bill 117 addresses a concern where there is a vacancy in the workers compensation commission and allows the commission to fill it with a deputy or retired commissioner. I hope it would be the pleasure of the House to engross and pass on to the third reading. >> House bill 170 a bill to amend and reenact portions of the acts of the assembly of 2017 relating to transacting business under an assumed name. Central filing of assumed or fictitious name certificate. Reported from the committee on commerce and lab.
[Unknown]
Delegate Habeeb .
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House bill 170 moves an enactment clause six months. I would move engrossment and passage to the third reading.
[Unknown]
Continuing on Page 2. House bill 175. A bill to make certain hospital licenses effective until December 1, 208. The bill has an emergency clause and was reported from the committee on health, welfare and institutions.
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The Delegate from Franklin, Delegate Poindexter .
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Thank you, Mr. Speaker. House bill 175 concerns the single 22-bed hospital. Brief background. Originally funded by the citizens of Patrick County and later purchased by pioneer hospital system in mississippi. Took on a loan several years ago and used the hospital as collateral. 2016 bankruptcy and closed the hospital in 207. The lien holder purchased the property and is looking to sell it and marketing the property. The people of Patrick County are working hard to find a buyer and reopen that hospital. There is an issue. The state license expired at the end of December of 2017. This bill simply extends that license and elections for the hospital to the end of 2018. We all know that a cop-in and getting a state license for a new hospital is lengthy and very expensive. There is no guarantee that pass and of this bill will get that hospital reopened, but I will say to the body that the people of the county deserve the opportunity to try to get their hospital reopened. I move that the bill be androsed and engrossed and passed to the third reading.
[Unknown]
House bill 237 a bill to amend and reenact a section of the code of Virginia relating to the one stop small business permitting program. Reported from the committee on commerce and labor. >> Delegate from Scott, Delegate Kilgore .
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This extends the state by which the state corporation commission is required to complete aspects of the permitting program and removes language that would have required some reports back in 2014est set rat. I hope it would be the pleasure of the House to engross the bill and pass on to the third reading. >> Continuing with the block. House bill 238. A bill to amend and reenact a portion of the acts of the assem quarterback of 2014 elating to the duties of the clerk of the state corporation system electronic registration system. Reported from the committee on commerce and labor.
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The Delegate from Scott, Delegate Kilgore. >> Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House, House bill 238 extends the time frame to January 2020 by which the state corporation commission will renew and revamp its electronic registration system. I hope it would be the pleasure to engross and pass on to the third reading.
[Unknown]
Continuing with the block on Page 4. House bill 396, a bill to amend and reenact the code of Virginia relating to the state corporation commission. Group health insurance policies issued outside the commonwealth. Reported from the committee on commerce and labor.
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The Delegate from Fairfax, Delegate Keam. >> If you are a Virginia resident and you have insurance from a company that was issuing insurance from Virginia you can go to the state corporation commission bureau of insurance if yew have a complaint or want assistance in investigation. If you are a virginian with insurance provided from a company outside of Virginia it wasn't clear at the state corporation bureau of insurance had the same ability to assist that person because of the fact that the company is based outside of Virginia. With that law, it would clarify that for the purpose of assisting with complaints and investigating claims to make sure that everything might be in order that they do have the legal authority to investigate the claims. They won't be able to enforce the laws outside of Virginia. Clarifying that they know that they do have the legal authority. I hope it would be the pleasure of the hughes House to pass the bill and pass on to the third reading.
[Unknown]
Completing the block, House bill 433 which is a bill to amend and reenact related to financial institutions insolvency. Reported from the committee on commerce and labor.
[Unknown]
Delegate Marshall. >> This bill will modify the grounds upon which the sec May close a failing sit state chartered bank or credit union. Federal law requires them to be closed after the capital to asset ratio drops 2%. This will resolve the existing questions regarding which court they need to apply to report the receiver for the institution that is going to be closed. It aligns Virginia law with federal value to enable to close a bank and credit union. I move that we engross and move to the third reading. >> Shall the bills be engrossed and passed to the third reading. All in favor say aye., those opposed, no. The bills are engrossed and passed to third reading.
[Unknown]
The next category of bills, on Page 4 of the printed calendar. Memorial resolutions laid on the speaker's table. The memorial resolutions to be adopted in block listed on pages 4 and 5 of today's calendar.
[Unknown]
Does any member desire to remove a resolution from the block? Hearing none, all those in favor of adopting in block the memorial resolutions laid on the speaker's table as listed on pages 4 and 5 of the calendar shall rise. >> The resolutions are agreed to. >> Finally, Mr. Speaker, on Page 5 of the printed calendar, next category, commending resolutions laid on the speaker's table. The commending resolutions to be adopted in block listed on pages 5 and 6 of today's printed calendar. >> Does any member desire to remove a resolution from the block? Hearing none, all those in favor of adopting in block the committee resolutions laid on the speaker's table as listed on pages 5 and 6 of the calendar say aye. Those opposed, nay. The resolutions agreed to.
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, that completes today's calendar. >> Per rule 51, the House has returned to the morning hour. Does the clerk have any additional announcements or communications?
[Unknown]
Mr. Speaker, simply today, Monday morning's meeting schedule. This afternoon excuse me later this morning immediately upon adjournment the courts of justice will meet downstairs here in the capitol in House room one. House courts in House room 1 immediately upon adjournment. A change in time and location for them. And immediately upon adjournment of the full commit committee in House room 1, subcommittee two meeting in House room 1. And then an hour after adjournment of the House once the subcommittees are finished, subcommittee number one will be meeting in the extension in House room 3. Courts subcommittee two and then subcommittee one. Mr. Speaker, the committee on rules will be meeting approximately 45 minutes upon adjournment. Roughly 11:15 or so in the House committee room on the ground floor of the pocahontas building today. And then finally the committee on appropriations that meeting today has been canceled. Looking ahead to Monday, January 22. First meeting of the day bright and early at 7:15, the education committee subcommittee number three will be meeting. They will be in the House committee room education subcommittee number three at 7:15. Then at 8:30, the full committee on education will be meeting. They will be in the same room. The House committee room. House room c, if you will. At 8:30. Also at that time, 8:30 on Monday, the committee on finance will be meeting. They will be in the shared committee room. Then, Mr. Speaker, the science and technology committee. They will be meeting at 10:00. They will be in the extension in House room 3. Committee on science and technology, House room 3, Monday morning at 10:00. Finally, the democratic caucus meets at 11:15 in House room 2 and the republican caucus at 11:00. That completes the announcements I have other than a reminder that bills must be filed by 3:00 today. >> The Delegate from Shenandoah, Delegate Gilbert. >> Mr. Speaker, I move that when the House adjourn today it adjourn to reconvene Monday, January 22, 2018 at 12 noon.
[Unknown]
The Delegate from Shenandoah moves that when the House adjourn, it a.
[Unknown]
Adjourn to reconvene Monday. As many as favor that motion say aye, those opposed no. The motion agreed to. The Delegate from Shenandoah, Delegate Gilbert. >> Mr. Speaker, I move the House do now adjourn. >> The Delegate from Shenandoah, Delegate go Gilbert moves the House do now adjourn. As many as favor that motion say aye, those opposed no. The motion is agreed to.