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Speaker: It is ordered that a message be sent to the House of Representatives that your request for the return of Committee Substitute for H. 1472, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY AND MODERNIZE TAX CREDITS FOR INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES, for further consideration by the House, is acknowledged and we herewith comply. Pruitt Principal Clerk The bill is before the Body. 1999-193) 1 074 June 22, 1 999 HOUSE JOURNAL [Session H. 980, AN ACT TO ALLOW JUDICIAL DISCRETION IN DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF SUBROGATION OF EMPLOYERS' LIENS IN ACTIONS AGAINST THIRD PARTIES UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. COMMITTEE REPORT ' ' ''' June 16, 1999 The Speaker and Members of the House North Carolina General Assembly State Legislative Building Raleigh, North Carolina 27601 Dear Mr. Edgar Murphy, III, to the North Carolina State Board of Education for a term to expire March 31, 2007, be confirmed. Jane Norwood to the North Carolina State Board of Education for a term to expire March 31, 2007, be confirmed. Yongue, Co-Chair S/ Alex Warner, Co-Chair House Education Committee House Education Committee The resolution passes its second reading, by electronic vote (112-0), and there being no objection is read a third time. i uv .^ - ^^ ^tjr^j^q The resolution passes its third reading and is ordered enrolled. 469, A JOINT RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE APPOINTMENTS OF EDGAR DAVID MURPHY, III AND JANE P. On motion of Representative Culpepper, the vote by which the bill passed its third reading is reconsidered, by electronic vote (1 12-0). 843, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF NURSING TO INCREASE THE ANNUAL FEE CHARGED NURSES AIDES II, passes its third reading by the following vote, and is ordered sent to the Senate for concurrence in House committee substitute. Voting in the negative: Representatives Berry, Creech, Davis, Decker, Eddins, and Howard - 6. 654, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO RESTORE THE PRE- 1995 LAW ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY AND LIENS RELATING TO MANUFACTURED HOUSING. 1397, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO MAKE MORE MUNICIPALITIES ELIGIBLE FOR DEVELOPMENT ZONES. 96, an act to restore and apply retroactively the exemption from licensure for certain adult care homes maintained or operated by a unit of government. Speaker and Members of the House, In compliance with the provisions of G. 1 15C-10-1 1, requiring appointees to the North Carolina State Board of Education to be confirmed by the General Assembly, Governor Hunt has submitted Mr. j ENROLLEDBILL The following resolution is properly enrolled, duly ratified, and sent to the office of the Secretary of State: S. NORWOOD TO MEMBERSHIP ON THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. ^ Those voting in the affirmative are: Representatives Adams, Alexander, Allen, Allred, Arnold, Baddour, Baker, Barbee, Barefoot, Berry, Blue, Bonner, Bowie, Boyd-Mclntyre, Braswell, Bridgeman, Brown, Buchanan, Cansler, Capps, Carpenter, Church, Clary, Cox, Crawford, Creech, Culp, Culpepper, Cunningham, Daughtry, Davis, Decker, Dedmon, Dockham, Earle, Easterling, Eddins, Edwards, Ellis, Esposito, Fox, Gardner, Gibson, Gillespie, Grady, Gray, Gulley, Hackney, Haire, Hardaway, Hensley, Hiatt, Hill, Holmes, Horn, Howard, Hunter, Hurley, Insko, Jarrell, Jeffus, Justus, Kmney, Riser, Luebke, Mc Allister, Mc Comas, Mc Combs, Mc Crary, Mc Lawhom, Mc Mahan, Melton, Michaux, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Mosley, Nesbitt, Nye, Oldham, Owens, Pope, Preston, Rayfield, Redwine, Rogers, Russell, Saunders, Setzer, Sexton, Sherrill, Smith, Stames, Tallent, Teague, Thomas, Thompson, Tolson, Tucker, Wainwright, Walend, Warner, Warren, Warwick, C. Representative Warwick requests and is granted permission to be recorded as voting "aye". The Senate committee substitute bill is placed on the Unfavorable Calendar. 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 22, 1999 1077 CALENDAR Action is taken on the following: Senate Committee Substitute for H. 852, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT CONCERNING ANNEXATION OF NONCONTIGUOUS AREAS BY THE CITY OF HICKORY AND ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN DESCRIBED PROPERTY BY THE TOWN OF MOCKSVILLE. Excused absences: Representatives Brubaker, Cole, Goodwin, Miner, Ramsey, Sutton, and Wood - 7. Representative Grady moves that the House concur in the Senate committee substitute bill. 956, AN ACT TO MAKE IT A CLASS 2 MISDEMEANOR TO USE IN TELEPHONIC OR ELECTRONIC-MAIL COMMUNICATIONS WITH ANOTHER PERSON ANY WORDS OR LANGUAGE THREATENING THAT PERSON'S CHILD, DEPENDENT, SIBLING, OR SPOUSE, AND TO MAKE IT A CLASS 1 MISDEMEANOR TO WILLFULLY THREATEN PHYSICAL INJURY TO THE CHILD, DEPENDENT, SIBLING, OR SPOUSE OF ANOTHER. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the House committee substitute bill is placed on the Calendar. 972, AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT THE COST AND EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTING A RESPONDENT IN AN INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT PROCEEDING MAY BE RECOVERED FROM THE RESPONDENTS COUNTY OF RESIDENCE. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the bill is placed on the Calendar. 840, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO EXEMPT ONSLOW COUNTY FROM CERTAIN STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS IN THE RENOVATION OF THE ONSLOW SUPERIOR COURTHOUSE. 1003, AN ACT TO AMEND THE STATUTES REGULATING THE ABILITY OF GUARDL\NS TO MAKE GIFTS FROM INCOMPETENT WARDS' ESTATES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. WEARING A BULLET-PROOF VEST WHILE COMMITTING A FELONY. ENROLLED BILL C^ The following bill is properly enrolled, duly ratified, and sent to the office of the Secretary of State: /if ,? CHAPTERED BILLS The following bills are properly enrolled, assigned a chapter number, and presented to the office of the Secretary of State: , , .i ^ ..-.^ i » S. 249, AN ACT TO EXTEND THE MORATORIUM ON THE ISSUANCE OF SHELLFISH CULTIVATION LEASES IN CORE SOUND, TO REQUIRE THE DIVISION OF MARINE FISHERIES AND THE PRIMARY INVESTIGATOR TO REPORT THE RESULTS OF THE SHELLFISH MAPPING AND HUMAN USE MAPPING OF CORE SOUND TO THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON SEAFOOD AND AQUACULTURE AND THE MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION, TO AUTHORIZE RATHER THAN REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES TO REQUIRE FISHERIES LICENSE AGENTS TO POST BONDS, TO ESTABLISH AN INTERIM CRAB LICENSE, TO ESTABLISH A 1999 GRACE PERIOD FOR THE ISSUANCE OF MARINE FISHING LICENSES, TO PROVIDE THAT THE DIVISION OF MARINE FISHERIES MAY ISSUE LICENSES PRIOR TO THE END OF EACH LICENSE YEAR AND MAY RETAIN REVENUES FROM THOSE LICENSES DURING THE FOLLOWING LICENSE YEAR, TO CLARIFY THE CRUELTY TO ANIMALS STATUTE, AND TO EXEMPT PERSONS WHO TAKE FISH BY MEANS OF A GIG FOR RECREATIONAL PURPOSES FROM THE 1130 June 28, 1999 HOUSE JOURNAL [Session RECREATIONAL COMMERCL^L GEAR LICENSE REQUIREMENT. On motion of Representative Hunter, the House does not concur in the Senate amendment by the following vote, and conferees are requested. WITHDRAWAL OF BILL FROM CALENDAR On motion of Representative Culpepper and without objection. In the illumination of Your presence, we are able to see things as they truly are. (RESOLUTION 14) REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES AND PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEES The following reports from standing committees are presented: ,-f. 1486, A JOINT RESOLUTION COMMEMORATING JUNETEENTH AND HONORING THE MEMORY OF THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS WHO WERE ENSLAVED IN THIS COUNTRY, with a favorable report. The Joint Session is called to order by the President of the Senate. Wilson, Womble, Wright, and Yongue - 55 Voting in the negative: Representatives Allred, Baker, Barbee, Berry, Brown, Buchanan, Cansler, Capps, Carpenter, Church, Clary, Cole, Cox, Creech, Culp, Daughtry, Davis, Decker, Dockham, Easterling, Eddins, Ellis, Esposito, Gardner, Gillespie, Grady, Gulley, Hiatt, Hill, Holmes, Howard, Justus, Mc Comas, Mc Crary, Mc Mahan, Melton, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Pope, Preston, Russell, Setzer, Sexton, Sherrill, Smith, Stames, Tallent, league, Thomas, Thompson, Walend, Warwick, and G. Excused absences: Representatives Brubaker, Goodwin, Miner, Ramsey, Sutton, and Wood - 6. 852, AN ACT CONCERNING ANNEXATION OF NONCONTIGUOUS AREAS BY THE CITY OF HICKORY AND THE TOWN OF BROOKFORD, AND ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN DESCRIBED PROPERTY BY THE TOWN OF MOCKSVILLE. 1999-205) REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES AND PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEES The following reports from standing committees are presented: By Representatives Miller, Luebke, and Allen, Chairs, for the Committee on Finance: 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 23, 1999 1089 Committee Substitute for H. 1082, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ESTABLISH PENALTIES FOR SELLING CARS IN VIOLATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS LICENSING LAW, TO ESTABLISH EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED FOR ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF LICENSURE FOR USED MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS, AND TO INCREASE FEES, with a favorable report as to Committee Substitute Bill No. Speaker: Pursuant to your message received June 15, 1999, that the House of Representatives fails to concur in the Senate Amendment No. 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 23, 1999 1091 Respectfully, S/ Janet B. 253, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE STATE INFORMATION PROCESSING SERVICES TO THE DIVISION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, is returned for concurrence in Senate committee substitute bill and placed on the Calendar of June 24. ...i../,._ -m Action is taken on the following: On motion of Representative Baddour and without objection. Representative Arnold moves that the bill be withdrawn from the Calendar and re-referred to the Committee on Judiciary IV. On motion of Representative Wright, the House concurs in Senate Amendment No. On motion of Representative Wright, the House concurs in Senate Amendment No. Those voting in the affirmative are: Speaker Black; Representatives Adams, Alexander, Allen, AUred, Arnold, Baddour, Barbee, Barefoot, Berry, Bonner, Bowie, Boyd-Mclntyre, Braswell, Bridgeman, Brown, Buchanan, Capps, Carpenter, Church, Clary, Cox, Creech, Culp, Culpepper, Daughtry, Davis, Decker, Dedmon, Dockham, Earle, Eddins, Edwards, Gardner, Gibson, Gillespie, Goodwin, Grady, Gray, Gulley, Hackney, Haire, Hensley, Hiatt, Hill, Holmes, Horn, Howard, Hunter, Hurley, Insko, Jarrell, Jeffus, Justus, Kinney, Kiser, Luebke, Mc Allister, Mc Comas, Mc Combs, Mc Crary, Mc Lawhom, Melton, Michaux, Miller, Miner, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Mosley, Nye, Oldham, Owens, Preston, Rayfield, Rogers, Russell, Saunders, Setzer, Sexton, Sherrill, Smith, Sutton, Tallent, Teague, Thomas, Thompson, Tolson, Tucker, Wainwright, Walend, Warner, Warren, Warwick, G. Voting in the negative: Representatives Baker, Ellis, and Pope - 3. 426, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY OF HIGH POINT TO USE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES AS PRIMA FACIE EVIDENCE OF A TRAFFIC VIOLATION. 514, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN OF HUNTERSVILLE TO USE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES AS PRIMA FACIE EVIDENCE OF A TRAFFIC VIOLATION. By Your grace, enlighten us as to how we can become servants of Your kingdom. 514, AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITIES OF WILMINGTON, GREENVILLE, AND GREENSBORO, AND THE TOWNS OF HUNTERSVILLE, MATTHEWS, AND CORNELIUS TO USE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES AS PRIMA FACIE EVIDENCE OF A TRAFFIC VIOLATION, AND TO PREVENT INSURANCE POINTS FROM BEING ASSESSED. By Representative Culpepper for the Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House: H. 388, A HOUSE RESOLUTION URGING THE UNITED STATES SENATE TO ADOPT THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN, with recommendation that it be adopted. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the resolution is placed on the Calendar. 1159, AN ACT TO EXPAND THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES MAY ALLOW THE USE OF LAND-USE RESTRICTIONS TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AT CONTAMINATED SITES. The President of the Senate directs the Reading Clerk of the Senate to call the roll to determine a quorum and the following Senators answer present: 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 22, 1999 1079 Senators Albertson, Allran, Ballance, Basnight, Carpenter, Carter, Clodfelter, Cochrane, Cooper, Dalton, Dannelly, Forrester, Foxx, Garrou, Garwood, Gulley, Hagan, Harris, Hartsell, Horton, Hoyle, Kerr, Kinnaird, Lee, Lucas, Martin of Pitt, Martin of Guilford, Metcalf, Miller, Moore, Odom, Purdue, Phillips, Plyler, Purcell, Rand, Reeves, Robinson, Rucho, Shaw of Cumberland, Shaw of Guilford, Soles, Warren, Weinstein, and Wellons - 45. Wilson request and are granted permission to be recorded as being present. CONFEREE CHANGES The Speaker removes Representative Buchanan as a conferee on House Committee Substitute for S. 29, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO INCREASE THE EXAMINATION FEES COLLECTED UNDER THE COSMETIC ART ACT, and appoints Representative Tucker. On motion of Representative Culpepper, seconded by Representative Insko, the House adjourns at p.m. EIGHTY-SIXTH DAY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Wednesday, June 23, 1999 The House meets at p.m. 1104, AN ACT CLARIFYING THE DESIGNATION OF EXEMPT POSITIONS IN STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT. 840, AN ACT TO EXEMPT ONSLOW COUNTY FROM CERTAIN STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS IN THE RENOVATION OF THE ONSLOW SUPERIOR COURTHOUSE AND TO PROVIDE FOR FLEXIBILITY IN SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR CONTRACTS FOR CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG SCHOOLS. CHAPTERED BILL The following bill is properly enrolled, assigned a chapter number, and presented to the office of the Secretary of State: H. 830, AN ACT TO MODIFY THE PENALTIES FOR THE TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY ROOM OCCUPANCY TAX. Pruitt Principal Clerk SI f} MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE The following are received from the Senate: - ^^ H. 143, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO INCREASE THE FINE RELATED TO UNLAWFUL PARKING IN HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES, AND TO REQUIRE THAT SIGNS BE PLACED ON HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES, is returned for concurrence in 2 Senate amendments and placed on the Calendar of June 24. Upon concurrence, the Senate committee substitute changes the title. 2, by electronic vote (92-3), and the bill is ordered enrolled and presented to the Governor. Representative Culpepper moves, seconded by Representative Nesbitt, that the House adjourn, subject to the receipt of Committee Reports and the receipt of Messages from the Senate, to reconvene June 16 at p.m. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES AND PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEES The following reports from standing committees are presented: By Representatives Miller, Luebke, and Allen, Chairs, for the Committee on Finance: Committee Substitute for S. 18, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO REVISE AND CONSOLIDATE THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF CARTHAGE, with a favorable report as to House committee substitute bill, which changes the title, unfavorable as to Senate committee substitute bill. 1999-201) 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 22, 1999 1075 S. 1122, AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW COUNTIES TO REDUCE CERTAIN COUNTY APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES FOR AREA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES FOR FUTURE FISCAL YEARS. By Representative Braswell for the Committee on Judiciary II: Committee Substittite for S. 1012, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ALLOW A PRESIDING JUDGE IN A COUNTY WITH PROPER VENUE TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS IN A MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ACTION THAT WAS IMPROPERLY PLEADED UNDER RULE 9 OF THE RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, with a favorable report. 1011, AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT AN ENHANCED CRIMINAL PENALTY SHALL BE IMPOSED ON A PERSON WHO HAS IN HIS OR HER IMMEDL\TE POSSESSION OR IS. 1055, AN ACT TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF A COURT REPORTING SERVICE THAT HAS AN INTEREST WHEN A DEPOSITION IS TAKEN. 707, AN ACT AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF BROADWAY TO ALLOW THE TOWN TO OPERATE UNDER A COUNCIL-MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT. On motion of Representative Redwine, pursuant to Rule 39.2, H. 279, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS TO THE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION FOR AUTOMATION NEEDS, is withdrawn from the Committee on Appropriations and re-referred to the Committee on Finance. The original bill is placed on the Unfavorable Calendar.

'J ^' By Representatives Miller, Luebke, and Allen, Chairs, for the Committee on Finance: Senate Committee Substitute for H. 275, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT A ZERO UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX RATE FOR MORE EMPLOYERS WITH POSITIVE EXPERIENCE RATINGS, AND TO TEMPORARILY REDUCE THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX BY TWENTY PERCENT FOR MOST EMPLOYERS AND SUBSTITUTE AN EQUIVALENT CONTRIBUTION TO FUND ENHANCED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES AND WORKER TRAINING PROGRAMS, with recommendation that the House do not concur. We become shackled to agendas or the accumulation of power or the acquisition of things. Let us offer the freedom of forgiveness and opportunity to others. 1192, AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE TRACING OF FIREARMS USED IN THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME. CHAPTERED BILLS i The following bills are properly enrolled, assigned a chapter number, and presented to the office of the Secretary of State: H. 476, AN ACT CONCERNING THE GRANT OF POWERS TO ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATIONS REGARDING SUBSIDL\RY ORGANIZATIONS. The following prayer is offered by the Reverend Stuart M.

1472, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY AND MODERNIZE TAX CREDITS FOR INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES, passes its second reading, by electronic vote (110-0), and there being no objection is read a third time. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the following bill appears on today's Calendar. Representative Edwards requests and is granted permission to be recorded as voting "aye". ^ ' The bill passes its third readmg and is ordered enrolled and presented to the Governor. 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 15, 1999 1035 On motion of Representative Hardaway, the House concurs in the Senate committee substitute bill, which changes the title, by electronic vote (109-1), and the bill is ordered enrolled and presented to the Governor. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the House committee substitute bill is placed on the Calendar. 1139, A JOINT RESOLUTION DEDICATING PROPERTIES AS PART OF THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE, with a favorable report as to House committee substitute joint resolution, unfavorable as to Senate committee substitute joint resolution. 841, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AMEND THE CARRBORO TOWN CHARTER TO AUTHORIZE THE GOVERNING BODY TO OFFER INCENTIVES TO ENCOURAGE MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS, is returned for concurrence in Senate committee substitute bill and referred to the Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House. Upon concurrence, the Senate committee substitute changes the title. 470, A JOINT RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR A JOINT SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ACT ON A JOINT RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR OF NEW MEMBERS TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, is read the first time and referred to the Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House. EIGHTY-SECOND DAY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Wednesday, June 16, 1999 The House meets at p.m. 899, AN ACT AMENDING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESMEN. Those voting in the affirmative are: Speaker Black; Representatives Adams, Alexander, Allen, Arnold, Baddour, Baker, Barbee, Barefoot, Berry, Blue, Bonner, Braswell, Bridgeman, Brown, Buchanan, Cansler, Capps, Carpenter, Church, Clary, Cox, Crawford, Creech, Culp, Culpepper, Cunningham, Daughtry, Davis, Decker, Dedmon, Dockham, Earle, Eddins, Edwards, Ellis, Esposito, Fox, Gardner, Gibson, Gillespie, Grady, Gray, Gulley, Hackney, Haire, Hardaway, Hensley, Hiatt, Hill, Holmes, Horn, Howard, Hurley, Insko, Jarrell, Jeffus, Justus, Kinney, Kiser, Luebke, Mc Allister, Mc Comas, Mc Combs, Mc Crary, Mc Lawhom, Mc Mahan, Melton, Michaux, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Mosley, Nye, Oldham, Owens, Pope, Preston, Rayfield, Redwine, Russell, Saunders, Sexton, Sherrill, Smith, Stames, Tallent, Teague, Thompson, Tolson, Tucker, Wainwright, Walend, Warner, Warren, Warwick, C. SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE SENATE The Speaker orders a Special Message be sent to the Senate informing that Honorable Body that the House stands ready to receive them in Joint Session. 1246, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES TO ISSUE SPECIAL REGISTRATION PLATES TO ANIMAL LOVERS TO PROMOTE SPAYING AND NEUTERING OF DOGS AND CATS, with a favorable report as to committee substitute bill, unfavorable as to original bill. 484, AN ACT CHANGING THE METHOD OF CALCULATING THE RATIO OF PROPERTY TAX COLLECTIONS TO THE TOTAL LEVY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUDGETING PURPOSES RELATING TO THE REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE TAX.

1140, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO BAN NEW OR REPLACEMENT BILLBOARDS ON A PORTION OF U. HIGHWAY 52 AND NORTH CAROLINA HIGHWAY 752 IN SURRY COUNTY, passes its second reading, by electronic vote (106-5), and there being no objection is read a third time. 306 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE TO CONDUCT HEARINGS AND ADOPT CERTAIN RULES RELATED TO THE BEACH AND FAIR PLANS, TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO APPROVE ADDITIONAL BEDS FOR CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT FACILITIES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, TO REVISE THE LAW PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION IN THE TREATMENT OF HANDICAPPED AND DISABLED PERSONS, TO GOVERN MANAGED CARE WITH REGARD TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION, TO EXEMPT COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT INSURANCE FROM STATE REGULATION, TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM SURPLUS LINES LICENSEES, TO CLARIFY WHICH SECTIONS OF THE GENERAL STATUTES APPLY TO SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE, TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY OF REVENUE TO PROVIDE THE NORTH CAROLINA SELF- INSURANCE GUARANTY ASSOCL\TION WITH INFORMATION ON SELF-INSURERS' PREMIUMS, TO REPEAL THE REQUIREMENT FOR A BIENNIAL REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, TO REPEAL THE AGENCY BUSINESS CESSATION LAW, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE COMMISSIONER TO ADOPT RULES RECOGNIZING NEW ANNUITY MORTALITY TABLES, which was temporarily displaced, is before the Body. 90, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ENSURE THAT INSURERS THAT PROVIDE HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS OR OUTPATIENT SERVICES PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR PRESCRIBED CONTRACEPTIVE DRUGS AND DEVICES OR OUTPATIENT CONTRACEPTIVE SERVICES. By Representatives Warwick and Gibson for the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources: Committee Substitute for S. 1127, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO CODIFY THE JOINT RESOLUTION DEDICATING PROPERTIES AS PART OF THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE, INCLUDING THE CODIFICATION OF NAME CHANGES OF CERTAIN LANDS PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED INTO THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE; TO REMOVE CERTAIN LANDS FROM THE STATE NATURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVE; TO CODIFY THESE REMOVALS; AND TO DELETE CERTAIN 1999] HOUSE JOURNAL June 15, 1999 1037 LANDS FROM THE STATE PARKS SYSTEM, with a favorable report as to House committee substitute bill, which changes the title, unfavorable as to Senate committee substitute bill. 1193, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT AUTHORIZING NURSE PRACTITIONERS, PHYSICIAN 1040 June 16, 1999 HOUSE JOURNAL [Session ASSISTANTS, AND CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIVES TO CONDUCT PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, is returned for concurrence in Senate committee substitute bill and placed on the Calendarof June 16. On motion of Representative Buchanan, the House concurs in the material Senate committee substitute bill, which changes the title, on its third roll call reading by the following vote, and the bill is ordered enrolled. Representatives Alh-ed and Boyd-Mclntyre request and are granted permission to be recorded as voting "aye". 1078 June 22, 1999 HOUSE JOURNAL [Session On motion of the Chair and without objection, the bill is temporarily displaced. 843, AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF NURSING TO INCREASE THE ANNUAL FEE CHARGED NURSES AIDES II.

Representative Capps requests and is granted permission to change his vote from "aye" to "no". The bill, as amended, passes its third reading, by electronic vote (69-40), and is ordered engrossed and sent to the Senate for concurrence in House Committee Substitute No. RE-REFERRALS -' On motion of Representative Owens and without objection, H. 279, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS TO THE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION FOR AUTOMATION 1036 June 15, 1999 HOUSE JOURNAL [Session NEEDS, is withdrawn from the Appropriations Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources and re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations. Pursuant to Rule 36(b), the committee substitute bill is placed on the Calendar. 685, AN ACT TO CLARIFY THAT TREATMENT OR SERVICES RENDERED BY PHYSICL^N ASSISTANTS SHALL BE REIMBURSABLE UNDER THE STATE HEALTH PLAN AND OTHER HEALTH INSURANCE POLICIES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.

Representatives Edwards and Horn request and are granted permission to be recorded as voting "aye". 414, AN ACT ALLOWING THE NORTH CAROLINA VETERINARY MEDICAL BOARD TO LICENSE VETERINARIANS WHO ARE LICENSED IN OTHER STATES BUT HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN VETERINARY GRADUATES. By Representatives Miller, Luebke, and Allen, Chairs, for the Committee on Finance: H. 1433, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR INDIVIDUALS TO PAY THEIR ANNUAL USE TAX WITH THEIR INCOME TAX FORMS, TO PROMOTE ELECTRONIC FILING, AND TO IMPROVE TAX COLLECTION, with a favorable report as to committee substittite bill, unfavorable as to original bill.

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