[0:00:00.0] The House Will come to order, the members will come to seats, visitors will retire from the chamber, the sergeant and arms will close the doors, members and visitors will please silence all the electronic devices, the prayer will be offered by Joe Nolan, Deputy Chief Staff, members and visitors in the gallery will please stand and remain standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Just here on Friday I would like to read the 4th, July prayer from the US Senate in 1969. We thank You, O God, that the freedom we celebrate in coming days is not an attainment, but an obtainment, that it is Your precious gift to humanity as part of our createdness. We thank you for the daring of our forefathers in reclaiming their "ancient rights." We thank you, too, for the heroes' valor, the patriots' devotion, the prophets' vision, and for all the blood and sweat and toil by which our freedom was purchased. As we commemorate our national independence accept again the declaration of our everlasting dependence upon me. In all our joy and thanksgiving enable us to remain a nation "under God," and give us grace and goodness to minister to humankind in his 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. Without objection rule 12H is suspended so the Representative Moore maybe recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker moving to the journal for July 3rd which has been examined and found to be correct approve as written. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves that the journal for July 3rd be approved as written those in favor will say aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Those oppose say no, the aye says the journal approved as written. Petitions, memorials or papers addressed to the general assembly or the house, the Chair notes that there are no petitions, memorials or papers addressed to the general assembly or the house. I would like to introduce, I will not introduce the ___[02:01] since I don’t see her, or she’s not coming. The courtesies of the gallery are extended to Grace ___[02:09] of March for the grand order of B.H Powell House Sergeant Arms, where are you? Here you go… [Applause] Introduction to bills and resolutions the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Resolution 1275: A House Resolution honoring the fellowship of Christian athletes and the lives this organization has touched, while honoring the memory of Michael Caffey and Coach John Lotz for their participation in this organization. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Rules calendar and operation of the house, we will wait to introduce pages no, we should introduce him today because they are here and we are not gonna be here. So, if the house pages will come to the front we would like to welcome you to what should be ____[03:08] week although it will take place behind the close doors, as a page you are welcome to go behind those doors, if you would raise your hand when I call your name Elizabeth Ryan of Wake, Lindsey D of Wake, Marry Glenn Ryan of Chillon, Libby Henderson of Lincoln, Marcus Cocks of Wake, K Lynn ___[03:36], Sally Smith of Wake, Monica Steward of Gilford, John Elam of Durham, Will Sabo of Bunkum, and Amelia Wellman of Chatham. Chatham is the largest county in the state, did you know that? Thank you all for serving with this week, I know you have a good time you may resume your positions. [Applause] Notices and announcements. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The point of personal privilege. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore is recognized for point for personal privilege this is not to exceed three minutes. [SPEAKER CHANGES] I just want to point out to the pages that you hear that I don’t know if anyone told you or not but this is not normal, there are normally a lot more folks in here today that we are having what's called ‘Skelton Sessions’ this week while the Budget Committee works through the differences. So, what I will recognize this maybe the first visit a lot of you have had to rally to the legislative and I just want you to know that this is a very typical but we are certainly glad you are here and we will try to find some things in order to be do, to be able to see some things but the speaker is correct that there is a lot of things going on in committee meetings to actually hammer out the State Budget but please accept our appreciation for being here today, we hope you have a great experience. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Other notice… [0:05:00.3] [End of file…]
and announcements. If not, Representative Moore is recognized for motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker and prior doing that, I think, if the chair would let me make one more, more of a personal privilege, I wanted to point out if I may, that former Representative Aaron Fussell, passed away this morning. Mr. Fussell represented Wake county from 1979 to 1994. He was a member of the House of Representatives and today when we adjourn we'll be adjourning in his, in his memory. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore, I wonder if instead of moving to ten o'clock tomorrow if you could move for eleven o'clock tomorrow? [SPEAKER CHANGES] That'll be fine. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Alright, Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you. Mr. Speaker, move the subject to ratification of bills, messages from the Senate, committee reports, conference reports, re-referral bills and resolutions, appointment of conferees, introductions to bills and resolutions and modifications to encounter and ask you now adjourn to reconvene on Tuesday July eighth at eleven AM. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves, seconded by Representative Jackson, that the House adjourns subject to ratification of bills and resolutions, messages from the Senate, committee reports, conference reports, re-referral bills and resolution, appointment of conferees and modifications to the calendar to reconvene on Tuesday July the eighth and eleven o'clock, in memory of former Representative Aaron Fussell and whose honor I put yard signs in my yard, for Aaron Fussell many years ago. Those in favor will say aye, opposed say no. The aye's have it. The House stands adjourned. Thank you.