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House | June 7, 2016 | Chamber | House Convenes

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[NOISE] [SOUND] May I have your attention please? Visitors please retire from the chamber as The House prepares for it's session. Thank you. >> [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] House to come to order, the members will take their seats, the visitors will retire from the chamber, the Sergeant at arms will close the doors. Members and visitors will please silence all electronic devices. The prayer will be offered by Ray Cook, assistant sergeant at arms. Members and visitors in the gallery will please stand and remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. >> Will you pray with me please. Heavenly father we we do bow before you and acknowledge that you are god, and we are not. You are the giver of every good and perfect gift and we thank you lord. We thank you for the word that we stand upon, we thank you how it encourages us, refines us and disciplines us and teaches us lord that you did not leave us here without any guidance. He left us with the unshakable rock upon which we stand. And father as we gather in this room today, I pray that you would be amongst us, and that you will lead guide in our decisions that we make and that we may acknowledge that it is a privilege to be here. And thank you for this opportunity and we ask these things in Jesus name, Amen. >> Amen. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic on which it stands. One nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. >> Representative Lewis is recognized >> Mr. Speaker, the journal for June 6, has been examined and found to be correct. I move that it stand approved as written. >> Representative Louis moves that the journal for June 6 be approved as written those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed will say no. >> No. >> The ayes have it. the journal is approved as written. [NOISE] Is the nurse back there? >> I'll find out. >> Reports of standing committees, clerk will read. >> [NOISE] representative [INAUDIBLE] elects committee report, house bill 1129 uniform time frame for campus votes favorable. >> Calendar 36 B. >> House bill 1143 partisan election Transylvania board of education favorable. >> Calendar 36 B >> Representative Faircloth and Goodman ethics committee report, house bill 1055 state ethics commission provision favorable committee substitute, unfavorable original bill. >> Committee substitute calendar 36 B original bill unfavorable calendar. >> Representative Brody, Saine, [INAUDIBLE], Martin, Sertzer and Solka finance committee report. House bill 1039 increase [INAUDIBLE] county occupancy tax favorable. >> Calendar 36 B. >> House bill 1056, occupancy tax, modification favorable. >> Calendar 36 D. >> House bill 1017 [INAUDIBLE] the annexation and extension favorable. All committee substitute unfavorable Original bill. >> Committee substitute calendar 36D, unfavorable calendar for the original bill. The chair is pleased to recognize Hale Creek Elementary School students and teachers at request of representative Bradford if they would stand please. [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE]. [BLANK-AUDIO] [BLANK-AUDIO]. House toward resolution 1147 has been filled today and without objection it will receive its first reading and then then be referred to judiciary 1.

Is there any objection? >> Clerk will read. >> Clerk will read. >> [INAUDIBLE] resolution providing for the confirmation of [INAUDIBLE] as special superior court judge. Special messages from the senate, clerk will read. >> Mr. Speaker it is that message to be sent to your [INAUDIBLE] that senate bill 71 conference committee substitute ratified an act of one require coal conversion residual confinements to provide permanent alternative water supplies for residents in areas surrounding. Surrounding coal conversion residual surface impediments to extend the period for public comment and review the purpose risk classification for coal combustion residual surface empowerment in three, modify apartments to the coal ash management commission and mining commission and oil and gas commission in accordance with the holding of MaKori verse Burger was by government back in [INAUDIBLE] on June 6th 2016 and was returned to the senate with the tax normal message respectfully sara alike. >> Noted. >> Senate bill 849 committee substitute certain edition a bill to be entire act to a larger town of Apex Carigon, night day Moss Vile, Ross Vile [INAUDIBLE] and Wake county against it and the municipalities at the counter, transfer retired service animals owned by that town and officer employees have the normal custody of the control of animals. >> Local government. >> House bill 1030 senate committee of substitute number 26 location you've to be in time of act to modify the current operation of the capital improvement Cooperation act of 2015 and to make other changes to the [INAUDIBLE] operations of the state in-concurrent with the senate committee substitute number two. >> Calendar pursuing rule 36B. Ladies and gentlemen we are waiting on senate joint resolution 891. and after that message gets here we'll deal with it, we will be at, if you just hold one second, that is or in recess, it's the role as chairman. [BLANK-AUDIO] [BLANK-AUDIO]. Mr. speaker. >> After announcements we'll recess until 2:35, representative Jordan. >> For an announcement. >> Yes. >> House judiciary too will continue its session 15 minutes after we we adjourn this session and the change of room it's at 6:43 to accommodate the popularity of the subject matter. >> Representative [INAUDIBLE] is recognized, for a point of personal privileged. >> Ladies and gentlemen you may or may not know that today is kind of a special day at least in my heart and mind, my wife has put up with me for 36 36 years today and don't clap for me or the anniversary, please clap for her and honor her for being able to do that, by putting up with me for 36 years. Love you, baby. >> [APPLAUSE] >> Representative Jones is recognized It's for a announcement. >> For announcement speaker. >> Recognized. >> Thank you. House Health committee will meet tomorrow at 10 o'clock in room 643. Members you'll be getting a notice on that shortly. We plan to take up house bill 1047 PC S they will be given out to you and possibly at 11:45 if PCS is ready. >> Representative Radel is recognized for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Regulatory Reform Committee will be meeting tomorrow at 8:30, in room 643, we've got two bills to take up. Senate door 303 which which is a PCS that contains a house version of reg reform this year and then house bill 1069 from representative Cleveland, thank you. >> Representative Bishop is recognized for what? >> Point of personal privilege. >> For a point of personal privilege, not exceeding three minutes. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker unless representative [INAUDIBLE] show me up Today is my beautiful brides birthday as well and I love her very much. Thanks for listening. >> [APPLAUSE] >> Representative Doctrie is recognized for an announcement. >> Judiciary one will meet tomorrow to take up the two bills That are presently on the calendar and in addition, we'll also take up a front resolution number 1147 that was read in earlier. >> Representative Linda Johnson is recognized for an announcement. >> This is for a moment of personal privilege. >> And for a point of personal privilege. >> Most of you You know that I don't talk a whole lot and people that know me know that I know a lot of things that aren't important to anybody,

that yesterday and all these years we've made announcements about special things that happened on special days. I thought I know a tidbit that people in In this. I seem like probably don't know and it had to do with a new dollar, and it happened back in 1961 and it happened in Burlington and we introduced a new dollar. Not a US dollar but a Joseph [INAUDIBLE] Dollar, and if you would join with me in celebrating his 16th anniversary of his 39th birthday. >> [APPLAUSE] We're recessed till 2:35. Cancel that. Representative Lewis. >> Mr. Speaker I would move that subject to receive messages from the Senate and the re-referral of bills and resolutions that the house stands in recess until 2:35. Representative Lewis move that we be in recess until 2:35 subject to message from the Senate And re-referrals for bills and resolutions. All those in favor say aye. >> Aye. >> Opposed say no. >> No. >> The ayes have it. We're in recess. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. Don't tell it. Don't tell everybody, or nobody will show up. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. Upon motion of Representative Lewis, house bill 962, short title and Act to eliminate the fee for distinguished Flying Cost Cross Special Registration plate is removed from committee on rules count on operations of the house and we refer to the committee on finance and senate Bill 89 short title disqualification notice pistol sale permit is removed from the committee in rules count on operations of the house Else and we refer to the committee on judiciary number three. [BLANK_AUDIO]. May I have your attention please, visitors please retire from the chambers as the house prepares to return from recess, thank you. [BLANK-AUDIO]. Members we should be receiving the Senate Resolution Resolution shortly if you would be still at ease but wondering towards your seats, that would be great. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]

[BLANK_AUDIO]. The house will Come back to order. On motion on the member from Stoke representative Curl Hall. The chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to the associated builders and contractor for their 9th annual hard Hep day for the government of affairs meeting. Those in the gallery will stand, must be recognized. [APPLAUSE]. And our nurse of the day Tina Frank of rural hall is now with us I believe. If you all will great her. [APPLAUSE]. And we have received senate joint resolution 891, the clerk will read. >> Senate joint resolution 891 The joint resolution honor the life and memory of Linzy Karren Warnen jr, former member of the general assembly. >> Without objection this will be added today's calendar for immediate consideration. Is their objection? There's not. Discussion debate representative Daughtry is recognized After the clerk reads the bill or the title. >> Senate of the house concur. >> Representative Daughtry is recognized. >> Thank you very much Mr. Speaker. Serving in the general assembly one of the great benefits about serving here is you get To see a lot of people go through this whole over a long period of time and you find the great men and women who have served here and you remember them fondly and you know what a contribution that they have made. I did not serve with Linzy Warnen, but I knew him very well he practiced law and. With senator Kar and senator Warren was well thought of in this body. He was an active attorney, he was I believe the leading citizen in Wayne county as I knew him, and I asked one time while he decided not to run, again serving the General Assembly and he told me that he wanted to go back and try to make a living. That he was gonna starve to death if he continued to serve. >> [LAUGH] >> But I believe that we are a better state and this is a better General Assembly because of Lindsey Warren, and I certainly would recommend this resolution to you. >> Further discussion or debate? If not, the question before the house is the passage of Senate joint resolutions 891 on its second reading. All those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> All those of opposed will say no. The ayes have it. Without objection, it will be read a third time. >> The Senate resolves. The House concurs. >> Further discussion or debate. If not, the question before the House is the passage of Senate Joint Resolution 891 on its third reading. All those in favor will say aye. >> Aye >> All those opposed will say no. The ayes have it. The motion carries the resolution will be enrolled. On behalf of all the members the Chair is happy to extend courtesies of the gallery to the family of former senator Lindsey Carter Warren Jr, his wife Mrs. Mary-Todd Warren, his children Adrian and Jim Norrington, Emily McNair, Grace Johnson and Jule McKenzie. And grandchildren Grace, Jane Randolf, Luiz, Adrian, Emily, John and Ben. If you would stand so we may recognize you. >> [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] >> Notices and announcements. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Seitzer is recognized for announcement.

>> Point of personal privilege. >> Recognized. >> Ladies and gentlemen on the house I would like to ask each of you for your indulgence in your kindness and your prayers yesterday afternoon in catabwa County on Lake [UNKNOWN] one of our fire fighters was on a recovery mission a swimmer had drowned on Sunday, and kept [INAUDIBLE] of Catabwa County passed away and he was a life fireman. And I would like you all to keep the county and our fire fighters in your prayers. this has been a very sad time for all of us. Thank you. >> Representative Peers, for what purpose do you arise? >> Announcements Mr. Speaker. >> You are recognized for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker members of legislative [INAUDIBLE] we have a meeting immediately after we adjourn, members of the legislative black caucus. Thank you. >> Representative Dale for what purpose do you arise? >> For an announcement. >> You're recognized. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Members, tonight the Sportsman's Caucus will be holding it's annual reception at the Maryanne Windhouse which is at 500 North Blumf Street. All legislators and staff and friends are invited and look forward to having a good time of food, fun and fellowship, so I hope to see you. That's from six to eight. Thank you. >> The Clerk is recognized for an announcement. >> The House committee on health will meet Wednesday, June 8th at 10 AM in 643 LoB. >> Representative Lewis, are you ready for a motion? [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] Mr. Speaker, subject to receive messages from the Senate committee reports, conference reports and the re-referral of bills and resolutions, and in memory of Sheryl Ford, volunteer Firefighter Captain Bradley Long, who passed away yesterday at a water rescue effort. I move that the House adjourn to reconvene Wednesday June 8th at 2 o'clock PM. >> Representative Louis moves, seconded by Representative Setzer, that subject to messages from the Senate, committee reports, conference reports, re-referrals of bills and resolutions, that the House adjourn in memory of Sheryl Ford, volunteer fire fighter and Captain Bradley Long who passed yesterday at a water rescue effort. To reconvene Wednesday June 8th at 2 o'clock PM. Those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Opposed, no. The ayes have it and the House stands adjourned. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] House Bill 1044, short title, an act to create a public service alert system, remove from the committee on appropriations and referred to J4 [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Louis moves the senate bill 792 state ID contract to liability. We withdraw from house judiciary 1 and be re-referred to judiciary 2. Without objection so ordered [BLANK_AUDIO] House bill 1047, short title an act to require the North Carolina lottery commission to provide certain deprovations/g removed from the committee on health and recommitted to environment. And is representative Cotham here. No.