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House | July 9, 2013 | Chamber | Session

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The prayer will be offered by Representative Harry Warren. Members and visitors in the gallery, please stand and please remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Let us pray. Heavenly Father, God of all creation, we ask your presence with us during our gathering this day. Inspired by the strong desire to live and worship as a free people, our nation and our great state of North Carolina were established with the ideals that all could equally enjoy the blessings of freedom, prosperity and justice and those inalienable rights granted to us by you, Lord. Oh, God, we need your help in this unending endeavor to secure those blessings for ourselves and our posterity. Lord, grant us the wisdom to see the needs and the courage to meet them. Grant us your sense of justice that we may govern fairly with prejudice to none. Grant us your love of mankind that we may govern with true compassion and understanding, and now oh, God, we ask you to bless us and strengthen our individual resolve that we may collectively do your will. For these things we pray in Christ's holy name. Amen. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I pledge allegiance 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. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, the journal for Monday, July the 8th 2013 has been examined and found to be correct. I move it's approved a written. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves that the journal for July 8th be approved as written. All in favor say aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] All say opposed, no. The ayes have it. The journal is approved as written. Petitions, memorials or papers addressed to the General Assembly or the House. Ratification of bills and resolutions, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The enrolling clerk reports the following bills, duly ratified for presentation to the Governor. Senate Bill 132, an act to include instruction in the school health education program on the preventable causes of preterm birth, Senate Bill 174, an act to disapprove certain rules adopted by the North Carolina Industrial Commission, Senate Bill 280, an act allowing non-state employees affiliated with the Transportation Museum to drive state vehicles, Senate Bill 399, an act to amend the constitution to provide that a person accused of any criminal offence in a superior court for which the state is not seeking a sentence of death may waive the right to a trial by jury, Senate Bill 638, an act to enact the North Carolina Farm Act of 2013, Senate Bill 717, an act to authorize Division of Motor Vehicles to discretion of section penalties, House Bill 110, an act to provide for fair and open competition in governmental construction contracts, House Bill 137, an act to increase the reward amount the Governor may offer for the apprehension of a fugitive, House Bill 161, an act to establish a mandatory retirement age for magistrates, House Bill 176, an act to authorize Corvian Community School, an existing charter school, to elect to participate in the school and teachers' and state employees retirement system, House Bill 241, an act to make blue Monday the official state blue Monday shad fry, House Bill 358, an act to make technical conforming changes to the statutes that affect the state retirement system, House Bill 371, an act to authorize State Board of Chiropractic Examiners to establish and enforce educational standards, House Bill 450, an act to provide for bail procedure when a confinement is imposed as punishment for criminal contempt, House Bill 462, an act to increase uniform hourly fee charged to persons receiving the services of a supervised visitation and exchange center through a family court program, House Bill 635, an act to allow a clerk or assistant or deputy clerk of superior court or a magistrate to issue by facsimile or electronic mail transmission an involuntary inpatient commitment custody order, House Bill 895, an act to rename the Filtmore campus of the Mount Airy Health Education Center in Asheville the Mary Cordell Nesbitt Campus, and the following bills and resolutions is ratified and properly enrolled and presented to the offices of Secretary. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Clerk will yield. Ladies, gentleman, without objection, rule 12d is suspended. Is there objection? So ordered. The clerk may continue. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 177, an act to remove certain restrictions on satellite annexation, House Bill 196, an act to provide for vacancies on Winston-Salem/Forsyth School Board, House Bill ??, an act to exempt from seismic upgrade, House Bill 334, an act to authorise Buncombe County, House Bill 327, an act to amend the ?? for firefighters, House Bill 404, an act to allow Camden County, House Bill 441, an act to increase membership, House Bill 529, an act for authorization of county, House Joint Resolution ?? Joint Resolution ?? found Hainesville, House Joint Resolution 59, Joint Resolution on the memory of Ed Williams.

[background voices] Representative Moore, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Motion pertaining to today's calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman may state his motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Two motions, actually. The first one is that Senate Bill 444, the last bill on the calendar, UNC Cherokee Language be removed from today's calendar and calendared for tomorrow. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objection, so ordered. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And would ask that the HJR 1016 honoring James E. Ramsey be moved up as the first matter to be taken up today. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And without objection, so ordered. Ladies and gentlemen, chapter bills will be noted. Ladies and gentlemen, before we start the calendar the Chair would like to extend a thank you and a welcome to the nurse of the day. The nurse of the day is Ryan Lewis, MSN RN, from Winterville, North Carolina. Please stand, Ryan. Thank you for your service. [Applause] Ladies and gentlemen, upon motion of the members from Johnston County, Representatives Daughtry and Langdon, the Chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Judge Paul Holcombe, District Court Judge from the 11th Judicial District of Johnston County, Lee and Harnett. Judge, please stand and let us welcome you. [Applause] Calendar. House Resolution 1016, the Clerk will read. Members, please return to your seats. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Joint Resolution 1016, a joint resolution honoring the life and memory of James Edward Ramsey, former Speaker of the House of Representatives. The House resolves, the Senate concurring. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Wilkins, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, to ask that the resolution be read in it's entirety. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Whereas, James Edward Ramsey was born in Person County on October the 19th, 1931 to John Talmadge Ramsey and Otey Wilkins Ramsey, and whereas James Edward Ramsey earned both an undergraduate degree and a law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and took additional classes at the University of Hawaii in 1954. And whereas James Edward Ramsey established a law practice in Roxboro in 1958 and continued to practice law until his death. And whereas James Edward Ramsey was dedicated to his profession, serving as a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Person County Bar Association, of which he served as President from 1964 to 1966. And whereas James Edward Ramsey served with honor and distinction in the North Carolina General Assembly for six terms in the House of Representatives between 1963 and 1974, during which time he served as Speaker of the House of Representatives from 1973 to 1974. And whereas James Edward Ramsey was a member of several civic and fraternal organizations including the Roxboro Chamber of Commerce, Roxboro Lions Club, Olive Hill Ruritan Club, Person County Wildlife club, and the ?? Social Fraternity. And whereas James Edward Ramsey served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve from 1950 to 1960 earning the rank of Captain. And whereas James Edward Ramsey was active in his church, serving as a steward, parsonage trustee and associate lay leader. And whereas James Edward Ramsey was recognized as the Outstanding Young Man in Person County in 1962 and was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine in 2012. And whereas James Edward Ramsey died Thursday, May the 2nd, 2013, at the age of 81. And whereas James Edward Ramsey was...

preceded in death by grandchild Erin Squires Ramsey. And whereas, James Edward Ramsey is survived by his wife, Eunice Saunders Ramsey; four children, Frank Talmadge Ramsey, Linda Hart Ramsey, David Clark Ramsey, and Carl Wilkins Ramsey; one brother, Robert T. Ramsey; and seven grandchildren, Stacy Renee Ramsey, John Thomas Ramsey, Michael James Ramsey, Lisa Hart Sanders, Alexander Harris Ramsey, Adam Saunders Ramsey, and Jordan Clark Ramsey; Now, therefore, Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring: SECTION 1. The General Assembly honors the life of James Edward Ramsey and expresses its appreciation for the service he rendered his community, State, and nation. SECTION 2. The General Assembly extends its deepest sympathy to the family of James Edward Ramsey for the loss of a beloved family member. SECTION 3. The Secretary of State shall transmit a certified copy of this resolution to the family of James Edward Ramsey Section 4. This resolution is effective upon ratification. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Wilkens is recognized to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members of the House, you have heard the contents of the resolution. What you didn’t hear is that James Ramsey was my cousin. His mother, whose name is actually Odie, and my father were siblings. James is….and with James I keep on saying is, and if I do that repeatedly today, try to understand. James was nine years older than I am and so at an early age it was drilled into me by my parents that this guy was pretty special and I ought to respect him not just because he’s your cousin, son, but because he’s quite a person. Quite a person, he was. Back in my young days, his young days, schools had debate teams. I don’t know if they still do that now. Rockspur High School had a reputation for winning statewide debate cups. They were, I think back then, we called the loving cups. But Rockspur High School had powerful debate teams and for four years, James Ramsey was the anchor. After College, and I guess I’ll say this for the benefit of Representative Hall and Representative Cleveland, James Ramsey had the step in the Marine Corps and then he and Eunice came home. The first office he ever ran for was something called Judge of a Recorder’s Court, I believe. I see Representative Michaux is nodding his head, so I got it right. That was an interesting time, I was roughly sixteen, seventeen years old, my dad owned and operated a grocery store and one of the things that made that grocery store special was that we delivered. Once I turned sixteen, I became the delivery guy every day during the summer and every saturday during the school year. Well, James was running for Judge of Recorder’s Court and I’m delivering groceries on Saturday and that would mean six or eight different trips around town. So I got this brainy idea and I came up with a couple of James Ramsey yard signs and taped them onto the sides of that green...

T-49 Chevrolet pick-up. I think there were three colors that were used back then: green, blue and black. I think that’s it, but I take them right over the market part of Wilkin’s Markets so you could see Wilkin’s, and then you could see James Ramsey’s sign. So I completed one trip around town delivering groceries, and my dad met me outside the store and said, “I want to see you in the office after you pull those signs off that truck.” And I thought this is not a good thing. It turned out to be my first lesson in why you ought now to mix politics and business. My dad said don’t you get it, that not everybody who does business in this store is going to support your cousin in this election so do not put any more signs back, and I didn't. But there were many more chances. I had opportunities to support James Ramsey in other elections and other ways. When he died recently I was asked for comment by the Rocksford newspaper, and my comment was, “We have lost a giant.” I commend the resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Baskerville, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To speak on the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I want to take you back to seven years ago, 2006. A young, recent graduate of law school went down to Person County to start as Assistant District Attorney, didn't know anybody. I’m talking about myself, and so court starts at 9:30. I got there around nine o’clock to try to organize the docket and get my cases together, what I wanted to try. Judge comes in at 9:30, and we’re rolling. I’m calling the cases. We’re going. About 10:30, 11 o’clock, this big tall, about 6’2’’, a giant of a man comes in the courtroom, and the judge stops me from calling the docket and says, “Good Morning, Jim. How can we help you thing morning?” And I’m looking up at him like Judge, I've got a program here. I’m trying to run the program here and that was my first introduction to Jim Ramsey. When he came into the courtroom, the courtroom stopped, and folks took the time to try to accommodate Mr. Ramsey. And so, we took a break, and I said I got to talk to this guy. And we went into the back room, and Jim Ramsey sat down, introduced himself to me, and started giving me advice on how to call the docket, on which cases I need to be trying first, and how to improve my cross-examination. And you want to talk about a lawyer. Now, I used to even when I wasn't schedule to be in court, I used to go into the Superior courtroom and sit down and watch Jim Ramsey try cases. I used to sit down and watch him pick a jury, and he used to back up. First of all he taught me this. When he used to go into the courtroom and try a jury trial, he’d get in there before everybody. Then he’d move the tables around. He moved the defense attorney’s table a little bit closer to the jury box. He moved the prosecutor’s table a little bit further away from the bench, just to show that this was his courtroom. And he was, you know, in control of the things there. Anyway, he took me to the back, and he gave me some good advice. And I used to watch him try cases and pick a jury, and he would back up his seat. He’d lean into the jury, put his elbows on his knees, put his hand there, and just have a conversation with the jury. Someone that didn't even want to give their name at the beginning of jury selection was telling Jim Ramsey all about their family and where he went to school, and about his first relationship. I mean, he could talk to people. Complete strangers and get them to open up and talk to him, and that was a skill I didn't see a lot of lawyers have, a way to talk to the jury and that certainly served him well in other aspects of his life and political aspects is all. I just want you all to know that we lost a true statesman, a giant of a man, who had a booming voice

??. ?? was always nice, would take the time to try to talk to you and help you, and that was one of the reasons why I made it through my first couple years down in the district attorney's office in Winkie's district. And I just wanted to let you all know we lost a giant of a man, and I commend the resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Michaux is recognized to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker, and ladies and gentlemen of the House. I guess I'm the only one around here who knew Jim Ramsey. My first term, 1973, Jim Ramsey was Speaker of the House during that term. And one of the first calls I got after I was elected was from Jim Ramsey. In this telephone call, he said Mickey? I said yes. He said this is Jim Ramsey. I said who? Jim Ramsey. He said you're going to be serving with me in the House next session, and I want your vote for Speaker. I said do I get to vote for Speaker? I mean, hey, I'm brand spanking new. I'm coming to the most powerful legislative body in the country, because at that time the governor didn't have veto power and everything that anybody passed out of this General Assembly was law. So anyway, when I finally got here in that January, Jim Ramsey called me in the office. He said now look, he said you need to vote for me. He said there were only two other black folks here at the time, and that was Henry Fry and ?? Johnson, and we made up the legislative black caucus at that time, so we felt we had a little bit of power. He said, so your other fellow legislators are going to vote for me. I said, you mean Henry and ?? ? He said oh I don't know, I haven't talked to them, but I meant the others are. He said why don't you join the others? Anyway, you have to understand that this was the only building that the Legislature had at that time. It was the first time that we had legislative assistants. And they sat in, ?? ourselves, even around here, each legislator and senator had an office, an office. In other words, your LA sat in front of you, and you sat behind the LA in that one little office that you had then. And Jim would point out to me people, he said, you know, you're from Durham County, I'm from Person, and there's some kinship. Anyway, the whole story was during that whole session in 1973, he really ran this House. I also have to tell you that this was a time when Speakers ran only one time, and served only one term as Speaker. And he really showed how to actually run this House. I learned a lot from him about how the House was run. And I learned all the other little nuances that were here then. For instance, there were rules that some of you all still don't know are here, but we knew what were here in the building. It was a lot of fun, really, serving with Jim. And even after he left in after the '74 session, when we got out. The fact of the matter was we didn't, we only served '73. We didn't come back in '74 because that didn't start 'til the next session. And that happened. But anyway, Jim was an effective, very effective speaker. He had the governor's ear, and I do have to tell you this, that in 1973 when I came in, Jim Holshouser was elected that year, too. And Jim taught me how to get along with Republicans, because we had a few of them sitting back there where Skip Stam is sitting. I think we had about maybe eight Republicans at the time. And I didn't know what a Republican was and Jim taught me what a Republican was. He said you've got a governor who ??, you got to go talk to him, and he would take me with him to do that. The last time we had any active political activity was in 1982, when I decided I wanted to run for the Congress of the United States out of a newly formed district that had been formed--the second district that had been formed at that time. And Jim Ramsey decided he wanted to get in that race too, and there were four of us in a primary. Fortunately, I won the primary, and but I

That time we had the fifty percent plus one rule, which meant that if you didn't get fifty percent plus one of the vote, that you didn't win the primary and you had to have a run off. And I thought for sure that Jim Ramsey was going to come in behind me, but it was somebody else, and I went to Jim and asked him for his support and he graciously divided his support between me and my opponent at the time. I mean, really, really, but the other part of my reactions with Jim was- I practice law and I was basically new, well I had been there sometime, I new that he had run for Judge of Recorder's court. Now this is new to a whole bunch of you folks, you don't even know what Recorder's court was, and you don't know also that I was the assistant solicitor in Durham county in Recorder's court in 1969. And Jim knew that also. So when he got out of the House, I was still practicing law and I had a few cases in Person county, and naturally I'd go to Jim Ramsey because he was the foremost lawyer in Person county at the time. And I go and said "Jim i got this little case over here, and I need some help on it". He'd look at me, he'd say "Nicky, You remember on such and such a day in 1968 or 69, whenever it was, and I was in Durham county court and you were the assistant solicitor at that time." I said "I don't remember that one". And he said "Well, I'm going to remind you because you whipped my you know what." He said "Now what do you want me to do for you over here in Person county". Anyway, it was a great relationship that I had with him. One of the really, founding speakers. He set the tone for a lot of the things that are happening here in this body today. I don't want to say he set the tone for the way that I react to a lot of things around here, because I don't want to blame him for that to any extent. But I do want to tell you that I wish he were here today and I know that when I'd talk to him, when I would go to Rocksbury to try a case or something like that, I always sought his council, always sought his guidance and he never failed in giving it to me. He was a giant of a man. he was a giant of a person. I will always remember it because he was my first speaker and I commend the resolution to you. [Speaker Change] Further discussion, further debate. If not the question before the house is the passage of house joint resolution 1016 on its second reading. All in favor vote 'Aye', all opposed vote 'No'. The clerk will open the vote. Representative Moore, you will be recording as voting 'Aye'. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 116 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, house joint resolution 1016 has passed its second reading and without objection, will be read a third time. [Speaker Change] House resolves, the Senate concurring. [Speaker Change] Further discussion, further debate. If not the question before the house is the passage of house joint resolution 1016 on its third reading. All in favor say 'Aye', all opposed say 'No'. The 'Ayes' have it. House joint resolution 1016 has passed its third reading and will be sent to the Senate by special message. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, upon motion of Representative Wilkins, and upon motion of all the members of this body, current and past, the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to the family of the late Speaker James Ramsey. You, Mrs. Ramsey, Speaker Ramsey's wife, Linda Ramsey, Speaker Ramsey's daughter and Son, David Ramsey, Lisa Sanders, granddaughter, Alex Ramsey, grandson, Adam Ramsey, grandson, and Billy Reynolds, business partner and friend, and his wife Kay, and Sherry Reynolds and Betty Reynolds, also friends, please stand and let us welcome you and please accept our condolences.

[SPEAKER CHANGES] House Bill one o seven. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill one o seven. A Bill to find to enact to allow a county from the Eastern region to receive a disbursement. it will be a share of the motor vehicle registration tax proceeds and as well as payments made by county in lieu of taxes. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Speciale, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, on the Bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentlemen is recognized to debate the Bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Ladies and gentlemen, this is a bill, I don't know how familiar everyone is to the Global TransPark. Global TransPark was started about twenty years ago. Moneys we collected from an additional five, five dollars that was assigned to a license plate fees in those counties, at the time I believe there were nine counties, we paid an extra five dollars and we got an extra GPT plate. What this Bill does is it takes that money and returns it back to the counties to use for economic development. Its been twenty years, the Global TransPark hasn't done, hasn't gotten anywhere. Its been a solid waste of money in my opinion. But this money belongs to the counties. It was money that was put in a pool to use for infrastructure needs. To loan to the counties. Its been a couple of years since the money has been loaned out. The TransPark has been holding on to it in case they needed to use it for operating expenses. If we didn't give them anymore money, here at a general assembly, bottom line is, the money belongs to the counties. We already passed this in another Bill. This was added to another Bill. So this is something we already agreed upon and I ask that you would concur. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the request before the House is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill one o seven. All those in favor say aye. All those opposed say no. The clerk will open the vote. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The clerk [???] machine will record the vote. Ninety seven having voted affirmative. Seventeen in the negative. The House has concurred and the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill one o seven. The Bill will be enrolled. House Bill one ninety two. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute for House Bill one ninety two. A Bill to entitle an act to permit local governments to enact sidewalk dining ordinances for use of State owned right away. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Shepard, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes sir Mr. Speaker, to speak on the Bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Gentlemen is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] My motion today is to concur with this. This got unanimous approval with the House, went to the Senate, nothing has changed. It also received unanimous approval from the Senate so I ask to make a motion that we concur with this Bill as it comes back from the Senate. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Gill. please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I would like to be recorded no on Senate Bill three thirty seven. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The, The lady may wish to, may want to clarify. That, that Bill has not been before us today. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Its not, it was on yesterday's calender. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I'm afraid that by rule that vote needed to be changed yesterday. By the end of session. Just by, as a reminder ladies and gentlemen, anyone wishing to change their votes need to change it before we adjourn on the day of the session that the vote was taken. Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill one ninety two. All in favor vote aye. All those opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk [???] machine the vote. One hundred and thirteen having voted affirmative. None in the negative. The House has concurred and the Senate committee substitute for House Bill one ninety two. The Bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill two thirty two, the clerk will read, [SPEAKER CHANGES] Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady will yield. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute for House Bill two thirty two. The bill is being tied to enact technical and other changes to the State health plan and for teachers of state, employees of statutes as requested by the State health plan. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative McManus, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I did not vote on the last one. Someone was handing me a message and I just missed it. If I could be recorded voting aye please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady will be recorded as voting aye on one ninety two. Concurrence motion. Representative Collins, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Briefly to discuss the Bill and to make a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentlemen is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Want to make a motion that we not concur with this Bill. There's one simple reason. This Bill needs a technical change as it says the title of the Bill is exactly what it is. Is statutory changes to our State health...

plan to make it compliant with ACA because of our president’s recent decision to push some of the mandates to 2015, we need to change the effective date on this bill. I would ask you to not concur and we go into conference with the Senate and make this one simple change. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not the question before the House is the motion to note concur in the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 232. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will let the machine record the vote. 114 have voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the House has voted to not concur in the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 232. The Senate will be so notified. House Bill 250. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute for House Bill 250. The bill has been entitled an AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR ENROLLMENT PRIORITY AND PROCEDURES FOR CERTAIN STUDENTS APPLYING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS AND TO MAKE CHANGES AS TO WHAT QUALIFIES AS A MATERIAL REVISION TO A CHARTER APPLICATION. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Hardester, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, to be recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. I move that we do not concur with this bill at this time. I think this is a great bill. We’ve worked hard on it. There has been a lot of input. But there’s a few more technical changes we need to make so at this point in time I respectfully ask that we vote to not concur with this bill. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not the question before the House is the motion to not concur on the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 250. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will let the machine record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative. The House does not concur to the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 250. The Senate will be so notified. Members, I would, as we go through nine concurrence votes today to the extent possible, if members can come forward to provide me with recommended conferees, we’d like to notice the Senate today if possible. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore, if the gentleman would yield for a moment. Conferees on 250 will Hardester, Chair , Brandon, Stam and Lambeth. The Senate will be so notified. Representative Moore, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 81, short title Charlotte Regional Authority be removed from the committee on rules and referred to the committee on finance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objections, so ordered. House Bill 257, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute for House Bill 257. The bill has been entitled AN ACT TO AMEND THE STATUTES GOVERNING THE ESCHEAT FUND TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF INFORMATION COLLECTED FOR THE PROCESS OF PAYING CLAIMS. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Ladies and gentlemen, conferees on House Bill 232 will be Collins, Chair, Representative Setzer, and Representative Tine. Representative Hurley, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To be recognized for a motion and debate the bill, please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you. The Senate committee substitute on unclaimed property programmed for improvements. This is a treasurer’s bill and they just makes it clarifying language in the Senate. I move for concurrence. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not the question before the House is motion to concur in the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 257. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. All members please record. Representative Terry. The clerk will let the machine record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative. The House has concurred in the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 257. The Senate will be so notified. It will be enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 257. The clerk will read.

House Bill 327, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 327, a bill to be entitled an act to modernize, update, and clarify the statutes governing departments and rescue squad workers' pension fund by adding a definition section to the statutes to repeal archaic and unnecessary provisions. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Howard, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To make a motion and debate that motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker, and members of the House. I move that we do concur with the Senate changes. They are strictly technical, just changing some statutory references. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 327. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The Clerk will let the machine record the vote, 114 having voted affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 327. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 340, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 340, bill to be entitled an act to allow the Department of Insurance to license national travel insurance producers to sell travel insurance through third party travel retailers. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Warren, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To speak to the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I'm going to ask colleagues to vote to concur. This bill passed the House 113-2, passed in the Senate 46-0, had one small amendment or change to it that's clarifying language that addressed the provision allowing realtors to manage vacation properties and maintain that intact. I appreciate your support. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate on the motion. If not, the question before the House is the passage of the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 340. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will let the machine record the vote, 113 having voted in the affirmative, one in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 340. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 345, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 346, a bill to be entitled an act to increase the criminal penalty for misuse of the 9/11 system and to provide for recommendations for certain appointments to the state 9/11 board. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Faircloth, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To, for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I'd like to make a motion that the House do concur with bill 345. This is essentially the same bill that left here with only two no votes. There was a minor change made by the Senate. It's basically the same bill and I ask that you do concur. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the motion to concur on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 345. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will let the machine record the vote, 114 having voted affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 345. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the governor. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, upon motion of Representative Szoka from Cumberland County the Chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the Gallery to Linda Devore, Cumberland County Chair, or GOP Chair, Harland Devore, retired military officer and retired public school teacher, and Glenn Bowers, real estate broker, all from Cumberland County. Please stand and let us welcome you. [APPLAUSE] House Bill 357, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 357, a bill to be entitled an act to increase citizen oversight to make other consolidations and improvements in the governance of state retirement systems and to improve transparency by ensuring that all retirement plans administered by the Department [??] are overseen by a board of trustees. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moffitt is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move that the House do concur with House Bill 357 as it has returned to us from the Senate with merely clarifying and technical corrections. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 357. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. All members please record.

[0:00:00.0] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 113 having voted in affirmative, none in the negative, the house has to concur and the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 357. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 362, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for the House Bill 362: A bill to be entitled an act to make technical, clarifying, and substantive changes relating to the department of public safety and to eliminate the benchmark ceiling relating to purchases and contracts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Faircloth is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Chairman, this is the same bill that left here with only one no vote it’s an AGC Bill hasn’t to do with operation and changes requested by the agency it is also unanimous in the Senate that you do concur and request that. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the house is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 362. All in favor vote aye, all oppose vote no, the clerk will open the vote. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 112 having voted in the affirmative none in the negative the house has concurred in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 362 the bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. The House Bill 391 the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 391: A bill to be entitled an act to amend the definition of retirement to clarify that service as a member of the board of trustees of a community college, as a member of a board of trustees of a constituent institution of the university of north Carolina, or as a volunteer guardian ad Litem in the guardian ad Litem program is not considered service for the purposes of that definition. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Bolls is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I make a motion that we do concur and had a nice vote, thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion further debate? If not the question before the house the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 391, all in favor aye, all oppose no, the clerk will open the vote. All members please record. Representative Torbett…The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 111 having voted in the affirmative, none in the negative, the house has concurred that the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 391, the bill will be enrolled and send to the Governor. The House Bill 402, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 402: A bill to be entitled an act to require a Tricare supplement to be offered if a plan of flexible compensation is offered by the state. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Szoka is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker, I make a motion that concur with this is went to these Senate where the 115 to one vote it came back with the one word change, recall there is an amendment that was offered on the floor that changed that may to shall and we didn’t change the title so the title went over was enact to allow and now the title was enact to require. So, I would ask for concurrence on this, thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the house is the motion to concur the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 402, all in favor vote aye, all oppose no the clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 115 having voted in affirmative, none in the negative the house has concurred in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 402. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 428, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 428: A bill to be entitled an act to provide that the punishment for passing a stopped school bus in violation of G.S. 20-217 shall include a fine in all circumstances, a revocation of the person's drivers license in certain circumstances, and disqualification of the person's commercial driving privileges in certain circumstances; to provide that the division of motor vehicles shall withhold the registration renewal of a person who fails to pay any fine imposed pursuant to G.S. 20-217; and to encourage local boards of education to use the… [SPEAKER CHANGES] The reading clerk… Representative Hinds please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker and colleagues of the house I knew that we do concur with the changes the Senate made, there were two amendments one was a name changed in the bill and another was a restructuring minor restructuring of the fines imposing the bill both changes were agreeable to the bill sponsors and we thank you for your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the house is the motion… [0:04:58.9] [End of file…]

Concur in the senate committee substitute for house bill 428 all in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. Clerk will have machine record the vote. Representative special will be recorded as having voted aye. 115 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative the house has concurred in the senate committee for house bill 428, bill being rolled and sent to the governor. Representative special the chair is assumed if you want to vote aye. House bill 492 the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute for house bill 492 appeals the ?? act to direct department of health and human services to adjust Medicaid personal care services to provide additional safeguards. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Representative Dollar is recognized a motion in ?? motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker I move that we do concur with the senate committee substitute for house bill 492. Essentially it went to the senate, it came back no worse for the trip thankfully. What this bill does, just to remind you, this is our bill that provides the fix for the special care units for the Alzheimer’s and dementia care unit. So this is a great piece of legislation I think, it’s wonderful that we’ve gotten it done this session. And I would be happy to answer any questions, appreciate your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Question for the house as the motion to occur in the senate committee substitute to house bill 492. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no, the clerk will now open the vote. The clerk will have the machine record the vote. 114 have voted the affirmative, none in the negative, the house has concurred in the senate committee for house bill 492, the bill being rolled and sent to the governor. House bill 683, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Senate committee substitute for house bill 683, bill ?? act of our civil actions against packers, distributors, manufacturer’s, holders, sellers, marketers, and advertisers of food parts that comply with active (crosstalk) [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Representation Brown is recognized to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Thank you Mr. speaker. Member I do concur with the Senate committee substitute on house bill 683. It virtually came back on changed with just one small technical correction thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGE]- The question before the house is the motion to concur in the senate committee substitute for the house bill 683. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no, the clerk will open the vote. Clerk will have machine record the vote. 99 have voted in the affirmative, 16 in the negative, the house has concurred in the senate house substitute committee for house bill 683, the bill being rolled and sent to the governor. House bill 754, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Committee substitute for house bill 754, bill refinement act authorizing community colleges to acquire real property by lease purchase. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- The clerk will read the amendment [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Senator Tucker moves to mend the bill on page two line 17 by rewriting the line to read, section 3: This act is effective when it becomes law. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Representative Johnson is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Thank you Mr. Speaker, I move that we concur on house bill 754. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Representative Wilkins, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- I’m ok now thank you. I was having trouble getting that thing Up [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Gentleman was recognized too debate the motion. Further discussion further debate? This is on the amendment and then we’ll be back on the bill. If not the question before the house is the amendment, to concur in the amendment number one to the house committee substitute to house bill 754. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no, the clerk will open the vote. Clerk will have machine record the vote. 114 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative, the house has concurred in the senate committee for house bill 754, ladies and gentleman we do not take the concurrence vote on the house bill. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the governor. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- House bill 767, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Senate committee substitute for house bill 767, the bill ?? act enacting the corporal Pruitt Rainey Brass to Class act. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Representative Murry is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES]- Thank you Mr. Speaker, I move that we do concur with this. We started working with the senate on this legislation.

...we identified a corporal who wanted to become a P.E. teacher and died in Afghanistan, so we wanted to name this act after him because this is going to help encourage military personnel to go back and become teachers in our schools in North Carolina. And I would ask that everyone support this bill in honor of Corporal Rainy. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the House is the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 767. All in favor vote Aye, all opposed No. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record. Representative Riddell. The Clerk will let the machine record the vote. 114 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 767. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 783, the Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 783, a bill entitled to enact to make technical conforming changes to laws governing pyrotechnic displays. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Starnes is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, I move that we concur. The Senate made a purely technical change to the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the House is the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 783. All in favor vote Aye, all opposed No. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The Clerk will let the machine record the vote. 114 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 783. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 828, the Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 828, a bill entitled to enact updating the Physical Therapy Practice Act. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Fulghum is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I move we do concur with the Senate Committee Substitute for 828. It had some additional language the Department of Justice needed, and it essentially did not change the bill. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the ... Representative Wilkins, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask Representative Fulghum a question. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Fulghum, does the gentleman yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, sir. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Fulghum, could you point out that place of change for us. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, sir. On page three, it has taken out the word investigate on line five. And on page five, it has taken out "or subjects of investigation" on line thirteen. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Follow up, please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, sir. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And that's it. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, sir. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not the question before the House is the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 828. All in favor vote Aye, all opposed No. The Clerk will open the vote. The Clerk will let the machine record the vote. 114 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 828. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 917, the Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 917 a bill to be entitled to enact adopting the Duplin Peanut Festival as the state's official peanut festival. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Brisson is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I'd ask the House to concur with the Senate; they made one little small technical change. Appreciate your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not the question before the House is the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 917. All in favor vote Aye, all opposed No. The Clerk will open the vote. All members will please record. Representative Hanes. The Clerk will let the machine record the vote. 113 have voted in the affirmative, none in the negative. The House has concurred on the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 917. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 982, the Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 982 a bill that's been entitled to enact to modify the Medicaid Surbrogation Statute in response to the United States Supreme Court decision in Voss v. EMA.

Representative Burr is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move that the House do concur in this bill. This is purely technical changes. All the stakeholders are still on board and would ask for your support. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The question before the House is the motion to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 982. All in favor vote aye, all opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [SPEAKER CHANGES] All members, please record. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Haines. The clerk will out machine record the vote. 113 having voted in the affirmative, 1 in the negative. The House has concurred in the Senate Committee Substitute to House Bill 982. The bill will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 14, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Committee Substitute for House Bill 14, a bill entitled an act to make technical, clarifying and administrative changes to the revenue laws related to statutes recommended by the Revenue Law Study Committee. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Howard, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized to debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker, members of the House. We had an excellent vote on this yesterday and I would ask for your support today. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the passage of House Committee Substitute for House Bill 14 on its third reading. All in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will out machine record the vote. Representative Arp will be recorded as having voted aye. 109 having voted in the affirmative, 6 in the negative, the House Committee Substitute to House Bill 13 has passed its third reading, will be engrossed and sent to the Senate. House Bill 565, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Committee Substitute for House Bill 565, a bill entitled an act to amend the laws regulating real estate appraisers. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Szoka, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Ladies and gentleman in the spirit of today, I'm going to keep my discussion very short. This bill had a very thorough committee process in one of the Subcommittees of Commerce and it was heard twice in the Finance Committee. There were issues that were addressed in Finance. The changes were incorporated into this bill. Basically what the bill does is two things. The first several sections bring North Carolina law in compliance with the recent federal guidelines and the second section protects appraisers who are mostly small businessmen in the event of appraiser management company bankruptcies. I'd be happy to answer any questions. I ask for your support on the bill. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of the House Committee Substitute Number Two to House Bill 565 on second reading. All in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. The clerk will out machine record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative, one in the negative, the House Committee Substitute Number 2 to House Bill 565 has passed its second reading and without objection will be read a third time. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The General Assembly of North Carolina Enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of the House Committee Substitute Number Two to House Bill 565 on third reading. All in favor say aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] All opposed say no. The ayes have it. The House Committee Substitute Number Two to House Bill 565 has passed its third reading. It will be returned to the Senate. House Bill 444, the clerk will read. The chair stands corrected. That has been removed from the calendar. Ladies and gentleman, that was a very productive hour long session. We've completed the calendar for the day. Have two reports of committees, again if any members, there were a couple of non-concurrence votes. If we could get those conference committees as quickly as possible. Representative Brawley and Iler are recognized to send forth committee reports, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Brawley and Iler for the Transportation Committee, Senate Bill 344, vintage auto inspections, favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 501, clarify ATV definition, favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 454, registration of petroleum device technicians. Favorable and serially referred to Finance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The bill will be re-referred to Finance.

Notices and announcements. Representative Hollow please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Health and Human Services policy committee will meet 15 minutes after session. Room 643. Senate Bill 553 LME/MCO, enrollee grievances and appeals will be heard. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Starnes, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Republicans will caucus in 544 at 2:45. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further notices and announcements. Representative Ensco, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I’d like to be recorded as aye on House Bill 362 and 391. I was in the chamber. [SPEAKER CHANGES] 362.. [SPEAKER CHANGES] 362, 391. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And 391. The lady will be recorded as having voted aye on 362 and 391 concurrence votes. Representative Pierce, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I want to change a yes vote on 107. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To yes. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes sir. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye. Representative Larry Hall, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Moment of personal privilege and then an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for an announcement and then a point of personal privilege. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Democrats will meet a half hour before session tomorrow. I think its scheduled for 12:00 so we’ll meet at 11:30. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Hall, we believe the session most likely will be at two tomorrow. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Democrats will meet at 1:30 tomorrow. A point of personal privilege. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a point of personal privilege. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’ll yield that moment of personal privilege to Representative Farmer-Butterfield who is now here to exercise her duty as a seatmate. ‘ [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Farmer-Butterfield is recognized to do her duty as a seatmate in the form of a point of personal privilege. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen, point of personal privilege. Today is my seat mate’s birthday, Representative Garland Pierce. He wanted me to tell you he is sixty years old and his birthday wish is that he become sixty-one so join me in wishing him a Happy Birthday. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Hardester, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, to see if I voted yes on House Bill 917. One of my colleagues pointed out that I may be didn’t vote. I want to check and see if I did. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye on 917. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Floyd, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] On House Bill 683 no to yes. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye on 683. Representative McGrady, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Judiciary Subcommittee B will be meeting tomorrow at its regular time, regular place. 10 AM in addition to the two bills that are on calendar today, we’d noticed already we’ve just been referred Senate Bill 455 - increased penalty seed law violations and will be adding that to the calendar and taking it up tomorrow. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further notices and announcements. Representative Moore, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For a motion for re-referral. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, we have the Senate Bill 465 prohibit use of tax zapper software be removed from the committee on appropriations calendar ?? rule 36B. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objection, so ordered. [SPEAKER CHANGES] And then Senate Bill 316, pre-travel release of edible presumption that that bill be also be removed from the committee on appropriations and calendared per ? rule 36B. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objection, so ordered. And if there’s further notices and announcements [SPEAKER CHANGES] Can we have just a moment Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The House will be at ease. Representative Duane Hall, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To change my vote on 683 please, Mr. Speaker to a no vote. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman will be recorded as having a no vote on 683. The House will be at ease. Representative Howard, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To make an announcement, Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Members of the House, finance committee will meet in the morning in room 544 at 8:30 AM.

Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] If there is no additional announcements, Mr. Speaker, I would move that the House do now adjourn to reconvene at 2 PM on Wednesday, July the 10, 2013 subject to the ratification of bills, receipt of messages through the Senate, receipt of committee reports, receipt of conference reports, referrals of bills and resolutions,appointment of conferees and modifications to the calendar under rule 36B and 32A. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves, seconded by Representative Wilkens, that the house now adjourn to reconvene on Wednesday, July 10th at 2 PM subject to ratification of bills and resolutions, messages from the Senate, receipt of committee reports, conference reports, re-referral of bills and resolutions, appointment of conferees and modifications to the calendar. All in favor vote say Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] All opposed say no. They ayes have it. The house has adjourned.