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House | June 1, 2016 | Chamber | House Convenes

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[BLANK_AUDIO] May I have your attention please. Visitors, please retire from the chamber as the house prepares for session. Thank you. [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] The house will come to order. The house will be in Recess until 2:35 PM. [BLANK_AUDIO] May I have your attention please. Visitors please retire from the chamber as the house prepares to return from recess, thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] The house will come to order. Members will take their seats. Visitors will retire form the chamber. The Sergeant at Arms is directed to close the doors. We do ask all members and all visitors to please silence all electronic devices. This afternoon's prayer will be offered by Representative Lambeth. We do ask all members and all guests in the gallery to please stand for the prayer, and to remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. Representative Lambeth. >> As we open today's session, I encourage you to reflect on your many blessings for keeping in mind those less fortunate. Let us pray. Our most gracious and loving heavenly Father, we join in prayer today to give praise and thanks for the many shared blessings of life. We rejoice in another glorious day that you have given to us. May we use it to the betterment of the citizens whom we serve. As we reflect on this moment, we ask for your wisdom and guidance. We ask for courage that we may be faithful.

We ask for patience that we may be fair. We ask for strong minds and bodies that we may complete the task before us. We ask for forgiveness when we have wandered. Gracious God, we pray for those seeking your guidance in their lives work as they provide for their families in tribute to the betterment of their communities. We pray for the men and women serving in our military, as well as their families. Keep us ever before us the knowledge that our freedom does not come without sacrifice and make us grateful. We pray a special blessing for our other safety personnel who daily protect us and keep us from harms way. Thank you for their families who support, encourage them in their service. Open our minds and hearts to your understanding Lord, and grant us wisdom in the decisions we make. We offer this prayer in your name, amen. >> 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. >> The gentleman from Harnett, Representative Lewis is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker, the journal for May 31st has been examined and found to be correct. I move that it stand approved as written. >> Representative Lewis moves that the journal for May 31st be approved as written. Those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed no. The ayes have it. The journal is approved as written. Ratification of bills and resolutions. The clerk will read. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representatives Iler, Shepard and Torbett are recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. >> Representatives Iler, Shepard and Torbett, transportation committee report, house bill 954. Terminate [INAUDIBLE] 77 committee substitute report without prejudice unfavorable to regional bill and re-referred to appropriations. >> Regional bill placed on the unfavorable calendar. Committee substitute is reported without prejudice and is re-refereed to the committee on appropriations. Message is from the senate, the clerk will read. >> Mr. Speaker, it is orderly that the message be sent to the house representatives with the information that the senate adopts a report for conferees for senate bill 71, confers committee substitute, a bill to bring title and act to one, required coal combustion residual and permanent to provide alternative permanent water supplies for residents in areas surrounded coal combustion residual surfacing impediments to, extend the period the comment and review the proposed risk classification for coal combustion residuals surface and three, modify apartments for the Coal Ash Management Commission, the Mining Commission and Oil and Gas Commission, in accord with holding McCory v Berger an appropriations action has been taken by both chambers to build the Respectfully Sara Lain >> Noted. Members join me in welcoming our former colleague, former Representative Annie Mably who I see seated in the back of the chamber. Representative Mably good to see you today. >> [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] [BLANK_AUDIO] >> The clerk will continue with the final message from the Senate. >> Mr. Speaker [INAUDIBLE] the message we sent to the house of representatives with information that the senate failed to concur with senate bill Bill 838 house committee substitute third edition, a bill to be entitled on act to require further reporting from the Department of Health and Human Services related to transformation of the Medic aid and North Carolina health choice programs to modify certain provisions of Medicaid transformation legislation respect of Sarah Lain, Principal Clerk.>> Noted members we have a number of special guests in the chamber with us today and given that we gotta wait to start because of caucus the chair would like to begin recognizing the house will come to order. [SOUND] The following individuals in the gallery first of all are members of union union county representatives Arp, Broody and Horn the chair is happy to extend the courtesy to the gallery to Miriam Harris and Patricia Mickel with the CWA of Union county would you please start so that we can recognize you [APPLAUSE] Thank you for being with us. [APPLAUSE] >> on motion of Representative Hastings and the chair, the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to the Mayor of Shelby Stain Antony , the Shelby city mayor the manager Rick Hall, council Denis Barley, Eric Kendrick, Dicky Mayar, David Cosby, Vin Kantril and David White would you all please stand That we could welcome you, with us as well >> [APPLAUSE]

>> Thanks for being with us gentlemen. >> [APPLAUSE] >> Mr. Speaker >> [APPLAUSE] >> For what purpose does the gentlemen from Gaston and Representative Torbett rise? >> Inquire of the speaker- >> Gentlemen may stay as inquire. >> With all your friends from Shelby here, who's actually mining the store back home I'm sorry >> You know Shelby is such a well oiled machine that runs just fine whether they're here or whether they're home. On behalf of all members of the house the chair is happy to extend the courtesy of the gallery to a number of those just representing the North Carolina Craft brewers gill would you all please stand so that we can welcome you Thank you for being with us today >> [APPLAUSE] >> on the behalf of the gentleman from Haywood county Representative Queen the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Julie Sparrow, Brain McMahand/g, Alex Bale, Kelly Donaldson aldson and Shanine Manster/g from Haywood county would you all please stand so we could welcome you. Thank you for being with us today >> [APPLAUSE] >> On behalf of Representative Farmer Butterfield, Richardson Hurley and Terry, the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to members of the Delta Sigma incorporated, would you all please stand? >> [APPLAUSE] >> Thank you for being with us. [APPLAUSE] >> Calendar house bill 32 the clerk will read. Representative Saine-- >> Clerk will suspend. Clerk may continue. >> Representative Saine, house bill 632 a bill to [INAUDIBLE] act to protect student online privacy. General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate. [BLANK_AUDIO] Does the gentleman from Lincoln wish to make a motion to concur or not concur with this bill? >> Mr. Speaker. >> The gentleman's recognized for a motion. >> I move that we concur. >> The gentleman from Wake has moved the House do concur with House Bill 632. >> Mr. Speaker. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Orange, Representative Meyer, rise? >>Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I'd also like to support the vote. >> The gentleman's recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you. I'd like to support the vote for concurrence. I wanna thank Representative Stein for delaying the vote for one day so that I could share some concerns about the bill. This bill's a very important first step for protecting student's online privacy, is something that we definitely need to do, the industry that has been built up around online opportunities for youth in schools is rapidly changing. I'm sure we'll have to continue to revisit this in other years but I support what this set today, and thank Representative Saine for his shepherding of the bill. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Lincoln, Representative Saine rise? >> To speak on the motion. >> The gentleman is recognized to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, and I'd like to thank my colleague for his kind words. We have worked on this issue together also, along with Senator Barefoot, student privacy, student data, protecting their data, I think should be a concern of this body. I have my biggest reason to do that right beside of me today, which is why I delayed on the motion to concur. But it is something important. It's a work in progress. We will try to get it as right as we can and we've worked very hard with our colleagues from the Senate on this, with the notion that there will probably be more work to come. And I urge you to support the motion. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford, Representative Blust rise? For what purpose does the lady from Buncombe, Representative Fisher rise? >> To ask a question of the proponent of the motion. >> Does the gentleman from Lincoln yield to the lady from Bucombe? >> I do. >> He yields. >> Thank you. Representative Stein, if you might share with us what is different in the conference report than when the bill left us the first time. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> Mr. Speaker. >> The gentleman has the floor to respond. >> Thank you Representative. I'll try to do the best that I can. I just run in here from outside, so I'm not exactly prepared to answer your questions. But I will point you to the bill's summaries that are available. Number of changes, been looking at some of the information. The [INAUDIBLE] to the advertising was a big portion of what we wanted to look at, so the students were not being targeted. Senator Barefoot worked on some language that would I think got all parties involved that were about software to our students that the understood that it was our intent,

that we do not want our students targeted with this advertising mechanisms as they work through their programs and through the things that they're doing in school. So that was one big major part of that, and it covers some more of the digital language, the application that are involved and how that would work so I think we got to a comfortable place and as Rep. Mayer alluded to this is a nice start I don't know if we covered everything and as we stated again I could go back to the list I just don't have it readily in front of me but the things we've talked about back and fourth working with Sen. Barefoot and others on the Senate side that we were all agreeable to and getting this to a more comfortable place to do something today side but knowing that student debt is gonna be an ongoing issue but I'll leave it that cuz I don't have it in front of me. There are a number of changes that we're particularly looking at the advertising piece and not allowing our kids to be in their duties as they are trying to learn in the classroom not be seen as some group of people to advertise to so that was the main the biggest concern to keep their data private as well. >> Thank you Representative. >> Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Pender, Representative Millis rise? >> To ask the bill handler a question. >> Does the gentleman from Lincoln yield to the gentleman from Pender? >> I yield. >> He yields. >> Representative Saine, thanks for bringing this bill before us and for handling the floor. I think it's a very important provision. Something really concerning me when I was reading this language here. And I don't know if you wanna answer this question or not, but on page five of the bill under section one sub-section g, it talks about that nothing can be construed to create a private right of action. And that the entire enforcement of this bill based on a violation is whether the Attorney General will actually bring civil action. How confident can this legislature be that the Attorney General would actually do their job. >> Mr. Speaker. >> The gentleman has the floor to respond. >> Thank you Representative I appreciate your question. I would hope that the Attorney General, whoever he or she may be, would want to defend the rights of our students, want to defend privacy on behalf of our students. And I'll leave it at that. Thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question for the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the senate committee substitute for house bill 632. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Davis, does the gentleman wish to be recorded as voting aye. Representative Davis will be recorded as voting aye. The gentleman recorded. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, House Bill 632 motion to concur is adopted. The bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. Ratification of bills and resolutions the clerk will now read. >> [INAUDIBLE] ratify for presentation to the governor, house bill 357, an act to amend procedures governing the measurebility/g of written chemical analysis results. The following clerk report, the following bills to ratify in presentation to the governor. Senate bill 71, an act to [INAUDIBLE] to provide permanent alternative water supplies for residents in areas surrounding coal combustion residuals surface [INAUDIBLE] Two, extend the period of public comment and reveal the purpose risk for classification of coal combustion residuals [INAUDIBLE] and three, modify appointments to the coal ash management commission, the mining commission and the oil and gas commission in accordance with the holding on McCory versus Burger. >> Chapter reals be noted. For what purpose does the gentleman from Brunswick Representative [INAUDIBLE] arise? >> For a motion contained in today's calendar >> The gentleman is recognized for a motion >> Mr. Speaker due to amendments still being process, I'd like to remove house bill 959 in Calendar third reading for tomorrow if you will. >> Chairman move the house bill 959 be removed from today's calendar, calendar of tomorrow, is there objection? Hearing none so ordered. Members direct your attention to our one bill on the calendar for today, House bill 1080, short title is Achievement School District. Members the chair is informed that the wrong version of this bill was reported out of the Education Committee. It was a clerical error that the wrong version was reported out therefore the chair is going to direct that House Bill 1080 be returned back to the education committee this time. Members, there's been some conversation among the majority and the minority as to countering this bill.

And I believe the proposal presently, is that this bill be taken up tomorrow and that all sides have agreed that second and third readings may occur on the bill tomorrow as in rule of adding the bill to today's calendar, the chair will point out there is time to add it to today's calendar to arrive at the committee to deliberate and report back but the chair has inquired at this point to simply direct that the bill be calendar for tomorrow but the chair needs assurance is that there will be no objection to second and third readings tomorrow, are there any members who would intend to object to second and third being on the same day. Seeing that under that matter of court the chair will direct that once this bill is reported back from education which I believe we may actually read in momentarily, that'll be counter for tomorrow's day. Is clerk ready to proceed on that? [BLANK_AUDIO] The Clerk is recognized to read the committee. Okay, I thought you were really efficient. All right. House Bill 984, the Clerk will read. >> Representative Howard. House Bill 984, a bill to be entitled [INAUDIBLE] general assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The lady from Davy, Representative Howard is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, 12 years ago the State of North Carolina was preparing to close a number of [INAUDIBLE] facilities all across the state, one of those facilities was in Davie County and, can the commissioners ask to use the property for jail, and there was a lease agreement that was entered at that time, the County spent a lot of money. at that time for the facility to service our jail. We're at a point in time again where the [INAUDIBLE] and we're just asking to take title to that property and understand the answer to any question. [BLANK_AUDIO] Further discussion further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of House Bill 984 on its second reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. Representative Floyd records vote aye. Please count Representative Floyd as an aye. Representative Davis, aye. [BLANK_AUDIO] Brawley aye. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Stam, how does the gentleman wish to be recorded? >> Court/g will lock the machine, record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative, non of the negative. House Bill 984 passes it's second reading and will without objection be read a third time >> General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the question before the house is the passage of house 984 on it's third reading those in favor will say aye, >> Aye >> Those opposed no? The ayes have it. House bill 984 having passed it's third reading and will be sent to senate. House bill 1137. The Clerk will read. >> Representatives Ross, Lambert, Adcock and Hamilton. House Bill 1137, a bill to be entitled an Act to Enact the Treasury's 2016 Investment Administrative Changes Act. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Alamance, Representative Ross, rise? >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. To present the bill. >> The gentleman is recognized to debate the bill. >> Members this is the [INAUDIBLE] 2016 investment had been changes, this bill would enact treasures investment administrative changes, the bill modernizes and updates the statutes governing the department of state treasures office hours, scope of authority for investment programs, [INAUDIBLE] key departmental policies and consolidate statutory reporting requirements. If you go into the bill, section 1.1 simply deals with the office hours of the Department of State Treasurer. 1.2 updates the list of federally backed entities eligible for investment in the treasurer's investment grade fixed income portfolio. 1.3 makes technical corrections to the list of funds held by the state treasurer. 1.4 clarifies a third party professional investment management firm registered with a US Securities and Exchange Commission must be selected to administer a special fund to invest the assets as described in the statutes. Section 1.4 changes the [UNKNOWN] fund from evaluation by an actuary to an assessment by a consultant.

1.5 makes a technical correction to simply delete the reference to affect [UNKNOWN] signature machine. 1.6 clarifies the state treasurer must contractually establish the manner in which the master trust operates. 2.1 clarifies the investment programs for assets sold by the state treasurer may be invested collectively or separately at the state treasurer's discretion, and consistent with the fiduciary duties. 2.2 clarifies the state treasurers fiduciary duties extends to cover all specialist funds in the treasurer's care, all forms managed by the treasurer not only just the retirement system. The state treasurer does not have duties to provide advice to other governmental agencies. When an agency exercise our own discretionary power or control over the assets that they have deposited. And then Section 3 is concerning audits and financial statements. They'll be done by a commercial independent third party firm and they'll be prepared annually. Makes conforming changes to expand the scope of oversight by the Investment Advisory Committee. Controls the fiduciary duty of the State Treasurer and extends that fiduciary to all funds managed by the Treasurer. Also allows the Investment Advisory Committee to provide consultation on the investment policy statement requires the state treasury to adopt the code of ethics, section four adds a new section governing the reporting requirements by the department of state treasurer to the general assembly, legislative committees, the governor, council estate, and state auditor, this new section also consolidates all the existing statutory mandate reporting requirements to the department into one section of the general statutes, this bill went through pensions of retirement that's non controversial bill, it went through with unanimous support I ask you to sort the bill thank you. >> Further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the passage of house bill 1137 on it's second reading those in favor will vote I, those opposed will vote No the court will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote, 115 having voted in the affirmative none in the negative, House Bill 1137 passes it's second reading and will without objection be read a third time. >> General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the passage of house bill 1137 on it's third reading those in favor will say I >> I >>Those opposed No, the I's have it, House Bill 1137 having passed its third reading will be sent through the senate. Representatives [INAUDIBLE] are recognized to send forth the committee report the clerk will read. >> Representative [INAUDIBLE] and P Johnson, education [INAUDIBLE] committee report house bill 1080 achieved it's school district program committee substitute on [INAUDIBLE] original bill. >> Original bill in favorable calendar committee substitute calendar [INAUDIBLE] 36B for June 2nd. Notices and announcements. Oh actually the Chair needs to introduce our nurse of the day with us today Joshua Solheim from Greensboro. Mr. Solheim would you please stand. Thank you for being with us today sir. >> [APPLAUSE] Also on motion of Representatives Fraley and Turner, the Chair is pleased to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Iredell State for Schools human resources director, Avira Lessain who is with us. Could you please stand so that we can welcome you? >> [APPLAUSE] >> Thank you for being with us. >> [APPLAUSE] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake Representative Dollar rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> The full appropriation committee will meet at 3:30 in room 643 and the one bill we are taking up is 954 terminate authority for towing on I-77. >> The gentleman from Gaston Representative Hastings is recognized a way to change the vote. Is that what the gentleman wish to do? The gentleman here of course having voted no on second reading on house bill 1135. [BLANK_AUDIO] On house bill 1135 without objection,

so order. What purpose does the lady from Weston Representative Farmer/g Betaford rise? >> Point of personal privilege. >> The lady has the floor for a point of personal privilege, just a moment. [SOUND] Members of house is still in session, the lady has the floor. >> Ladies and gentlemen it's that time of the year again, it's Delta Day at the capitol and I say to you that I am so proud and honored that my sorority Delta Sigma Theta incorporated is here today. Founded in 1913 over 200,000 women across the nation and indeed about 250 here today in the legislature. I thought it was interesting that they came the same day as the historically black colleges and universities, many of whom either attended a black college or university or their parents or grandparents did so. So I say to you that the state of North Carolina is quite fortunate to have members of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in the state of North Carolina. Indeed their public service and their educational volunteerism collectively has saved the tax dollars of North Carolina, billions of dollars and to that I say thank you Delta Sigma Theta. I love you. >> [APPLAUSE] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from New Hanover, Representative Davis rise? >> To make an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the house Local governor is going to be rescheduled tomorrow from 10AM to 9AM. We will still be meeting in room 643 where we were hearing 7 house bills that will appear on the notice. The mini/g notice will be sent out but I wanted to make this announcement on the floor as well. So please be there promptly at 9 and we'll get through it and come back to session. Thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Alamance, Representative Ross rise? >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> I'll be brief. The members of the subcommittee, finance subcommittee on annexation, deannexation will meet tomorrow morning at 8:30 very briefly for one bill, House Bill 1017. That's at 8:30 and we'll get you the room just as soon as we get it secure. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Haywood, Representative Queen, rise? For a point of personal privilege. >> The gentleman's recognized to speak to a point of personal privilege. >> Fellow members, on your desk I have placed a brochure for fly fishing in Western North Carolina. It comes to you from the trout fishing capital of North Carolina Jackson County. The guests in the gallery are representatives for our chamber of commerce, our trout fishing guide community, our outfitters community and what I wanna let you know is North Carolina has fabulous trout fishing, great waters. And Jackson County is the hub of a nearly $200 million recreational industry annually. So I have on file a representative statement if I could request that statement to be read, I would appreciate it. >> It would generally be read after a Unless the gentleman would like for it to be read here in session. >> If I could for the honor of guests in the gallery- >> The chair will direct the clerk to read the statement. >> Recognizing Jackson County as the premier trout fishing destination of North Carolina, whereas Jackson County is one of the nation's first five fishing tourist, 15 designated public spaces for fly fishing, mapping, promise for catching brown, rainbow and brook trout in the county crystal clear streams in. W hereas Jackson County has the longest contiguous stretch of waters that have been designated to North Carolina's Mountain Heritage Trout to borders. And whereas the water of Jackson County a excellent resources of trout fishing and other enjoyable aquatic pastimes with over 4600 miles of beautiful water and are annually stocked at 92, 800 fish each year and most of the count in North Carolina. And whereas the people from around the county travel to fish the Tesco Gigi/g in Jackson county flowing from 40 miles from South east to north east providing the superior habitat of enrade brait/g and other trout prey and whereas the all season fish available in Tesco Gigi/g river on the [INAUDIBLE] boundary provides a viable

alternative from fisheries in North Carolina with winter fishing providing opportunities for bigger catches during cold months and [INAUDIBLE] in areas of Jackson County support areas only native fishing, the Eastern [INAUDIBLE] in which you preserve, protect and restore the public lands with a proper and a natural and cultural resource is the United States's fist service [INAUDIBLE] [INAUDIBLE] joint venture and whereas Jackson County is also the home of the Eastern [INAUDIBLE] encompassing the famous and while trout fishing opportunities have 174 million economic impact of Western North Carolina and whereas Jackson County is blessed with significant aquatic water for fishing, boating and outdoor adventures which encourages second home destination retirees and outdoor enthusiasts to the lovely state of North Carolina. Now, wherefor Jackson County deserves recognition as a premier trout fishing in the State of North Carolina and witness whereof that if it undersigns, certified said the foregoing statement was read in the house, a place upon adjournment. Submitted by Representative Josam Queen. >> Noted. For what purpose does the gentleman from Buncombe, Representative Ager arise ? >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. It is my grand privilege in the great tradition of this body to announce that my seat mate, Chris Segro, recently celebrated his birthday. >> [APPLAUSE] What purpose does the gentleman from Duplin, Representative Dixon, rise? >> Point of privilege. >> The gentleman's recognized to speak to a point of personal privilege. >> Mr. Speaker and members of the House, under the leadership of Steve Troxler, Commissioner of Agriculture Agriculture and Agribusiness, has reached a new high in North Carolina. With the current statistics that have just come out this May, it's a privilege of mine to say that the thousands and thousands of folks that work in the agriculture and agribusiness community have achieved 17% of our State Gross Product for $84 billion. It accounts for 686,200 jobs which assures in fruit and fiber, that most of us will not have to Have to worry about whether we're gonna have anything to eat tomorrow or not. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Nash, Representative Collins rise? >> Further notices and announcements. >> If not the gentleman form Harnett, Representative Lewis is recognized for motion. >> Mr Speaker subject to messages from The Senate committee reports conference reports and the referral of bills and resolutions. I move that the house adjourn to reconvene Thursday June 2nd at 10 o'clock AM. >> Representative Luis move seconded by representative West that the house do now adjourn subject to receive a message from the senate committee reports, conference reports we refer all bills and resolutions to reconvene on Thursday June 10 AM. Those in favor will say Aye,>> Aye. Those oppose No. The Aye's have it the house stands adjourned. [BLANK_AUDIO] Madam Clerk the chair directs senate bill 160 enhance safety and commerce report salients be removed from the committee on transportation refereed to the committee on rules, count and operation