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House | June 25, 2013 | Chamber | Session

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To one the General Assembly honors the memory of Bobby Harold Barbie Sr. and expresses its appreciation for the service he rendered his community, state, and nation. Section two the General Assembly extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Bobby Harold Barbie Sr. for the loss of a beloved family member. Section three the Secretary of State shall transmit a certified copy of this resolution to the family of Bobby Harold Barbie Sr. Section four this resolution is effective upon ratification. [Speaker Change] The gentleman for Stanly Representative Burr is recognized to debate the resolution. [Speaker Change] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Member for those of you who didn't have an opportunity to know Bobby Harold Barbie Sr. you really missed an opportunity to know a man who was a good hearted Christian servant. As pastor Ronny Russell rightly stated, Bobby Harold established himself as an iconic figure in a small town of locusts. Pastor Russell’s right about that, Bobby Harold was also an iconic and well respected man throughout all of the areas of Stanley Union and Cabarrus Counties that he served during his 18 years in this house. Bobby Harold was well respected in our community and in this legislative body. He served our community with honor and integrity. Many of the General Assembly staff as a matter of fact some today as we've taken the family around have commented about how kind Bobby Harold was and about how they still receive the family Christmas card that Bobby Harold and his family send out. And what a great and wonderful family man and family that he has. Without a doubt in my mind and nothing was more important to Bobby Harold on this earth than his family. Jackie his five children and a pile of grandchildren, and even great grandchildren that he has. And I can tell you that even during his time in this body at the end of the day when many of us are worn out and, and just ready to, to go back to our hotel rooms, or apartments and, and lay out for the night. Bobby Harold was often getting into his car and driving back home, an over two hour drive so that he could go to his sons baseball games, and any other family functions that he had. Bobby Harold had has priorities in the right place, and at the end of the night after those functions were over, he'd get in his car and drive back to Raleigh so he could be here to do his job the next morning. He knew what was important to him, and that was Bobby Harold Barbie's family. And I wanna say as I mentioned his family to thank those who are in the gallery, his family for sacrificing their time away from their father, and allowing him to serve this body for 18 years to serve our community for 18 years. It's not easy to, as we all know to, to see a family member, for us to leave this, to leave our homes at the beginning of the week and to come to Raleigh and to serve. And it especially wasn't easy for Bobby Harold having the family back home with five kids, and all of his grandkids and the many opportunities he missed out back home. But he did it because he loved our community and he loved this state. And he was certainly willing to serve this place, and he did it every day for 18 years, and we're grateful for that. I can tell you that I am, for those of you who knew Bobby Harold, you'll know what I'm talking about. I'm gonna miss that smile. If you ever saw Bobby Harold when he smiled his whole face lit up, I mean you just, you knew this smile. I, I can tell you the many times that driving up he lived on Main ST., and locust. Fixed up an old house there it, if any of you've ever been through ?? side of the fresh house, the little restaurant it's our local Cracker Barrel. And you'd never miss seeing Bobby Harold usually sitting out in the front lawn, and always really was great for to go over there and to see him. And just certainly as I say I'm gonna, gonna miss seeing that, seeing that face, and seeing that smile. But Bobby Harold really saw beyond the outside appearance of people. He didn't care about your looks, or your age, or your wealth. That wasn't what mattered to Bobby Harold, that wasn't what was important to him. It was about what was on the inside, and I can tell you that I know directly about that because you know, why would a distinguished man with 18 years of service in the legislature, who was well respected in our community, a business owner wanna support a 22 year old kid to come to Raleigh to replace him. You know he really was about serving our community, and he didn't care what you looked like, he was all about serving our, serving our community and standing up for what he thought was best.

And I am forever grateful for that, as a young person he inspired me to, to serve in this body. And I can remember going around and spending some time with him, campaigning and we had good times doing that. His family has got a while slew of other stories they could tell about putting up signs and everything else that he had them do. It's the benefit of having a large family, makes it a little bit easier to get volunteers when you need them. But as a legislator, I can tell you, as a legislator, I can tell you I'm really gonna miss Bobby Harold and being able to turn to him for advice. Eighteen years in this chamber, you learn a lot and you have a lot of experience behind you. And I certainly have relied and have leaned on him over the time. And I remember, as I can tell you, I am truly going to miss Bobby Harold Barbee. He was a statesman, a great man, a Christian man, who certainly loved his family, loved the Lord and loved this state. And I thank God for Bobby Harold Barbee and his time that he had here, and I commend the resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose does the gentleman from Johnston, Representative Daughtry, rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To speak on the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The member has the floor to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr Speaker. Members of the House, you can always know when you're getting older because you think more about the past than you think about the future. And I'm not old, but I am beginning to think more about the past than I have in recent years. And one of the things about the past that stands out is Bobby Harold Barbee Sr. I really think that times were different back when he was first here. Because the unique situations that we found ourselves in, young legislators, back in the late 80's and early 90's. One time, we had just taken over the House, and Barbee and I, Bobby and I were talking, and Bobby said, "We've got two real problems to confront." And I said, "What are they, Bob?" He said, "The two real problems we have facing us are the Democrats and the Senate. If we can avoid those two problems, we can be very successful." But the thing I remember the most about Bobby was where he lived. And I've talked to his wife Jackie earlier today and she agrees, that it was a pigsty. He lived with Jerry Dockham, Ed McMahon, ???, Tim Talent, and I think he had one more, I think he lived with Steve Wood, in a two bedroom apartment. This is the truth. And they had mattresses all over the floor, they had long chairs. You walk in and I said, "How do all of you use the bathroom? There's five of you, there's only two bathrooms." And they never did explain that to me. And then they decided to go buy some furniture, and they went out and they bought a sofa and two chairs, I think for 28 dollars. It was the worst looking place I've ever seen. But they managed to live there, and they lived there for a number of years. And there were never a closer bunch of men than those guys were. And Bobby was so devoted to his family. He was devoted to this House. It's a real honor for me to look back and see Bobby in this building and remember the good times we had. I certainly, with all seriousness, recommend this resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose does the gentleman from Davidson, Representative Dockham, rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To speak on the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr Speaker and members of the House. Representative Daughtry is just jealous. But on September the 26th, 2013, I lost a good friend. This is a bittersweet day for me. It is bitter in the fact I lost a friend, but it's sweet that we remember his memory and think about the good times. Stanley county never had a better Representative that thought more about the constituents and what he could do for his friends and for his constituents. Mr Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House, the two times that I have been away from home, one was at college, and one was when I came down here, I have really had the good fortune to be thrown with good people. Representative Daughtry doesn't have his facts quite right. It was Representative Brubaker originally, Representative Cole, Tim Talent, Bobby Harold Barbee, we filtered a few through, in and out, occasionally, and then Ed McMahon joined our group. And I don't mean this in any disrespect to anyone at all, but we were affectionately known as the homeless shelter.

There were five of us there, I was the landlord. I had the master bathroom, and the master bedroom and bathroom. Representative Talent [SP] and McMahon were in the front bedroom. Representative Barbie was domiciled in the dining room area and Representative Cole had the sun porch. So we had plenty of room and we had it made. We brought lawn chairs from home, that was our furniture, and representative Cole brought a black and white TV which we put on a coca-cola tray and watched TV with. One night I got a call, one Saturday night I got a call from the Raleigh police saying we had been broken into and he said I don't think anything was taken. I said, well, if you can lock everything up I'll be there Monday. And all weekend I could only think about the expression on the fellas face that broke into our apartment. When he kicked down the door and went charging in and turned out the light he said, my gosh, these guys are worse off than I am! But Representative Barbie and I being the tightest of the republicans in the group were dispatched to buy furniture after that and we went to the wholesale place here in Raleigh and I'll never forget this. we got a couch, a loveseat a chair, two end tables, two lamps and a coffee table for $147.00. and when we got up to check out Representative Barbie being the good republican he was said, is this the best you can do on that price? I thought the guy was gonna kick us out, I really did. But those were just a couple of the stories I could tell. we were roommates for over ten years and he always looked after his constituents, he always loved his family. And as representative Daughtry said many an evening we would wonder where Bobby Harold was and he had headed back to locust to see a ballgame or do something with his family. And I kind of took up that habit myself and made many a trip back to Denton. Even though he was old enough really to be my dad he was more of a big brother and many times we would just sit out on the stoop and just talk. Talk about politics, talk about family. He would talk about going back and running his business, mowing someone's yard or when it snowed clearing the snow off of their steps our out of their driveway. He was just a good man. and Mr. Speaker I miss him and this House was better for him having served and he loved his family and I commend the resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose does the gentleman from Caldwell, Representative Starnes rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] To speak on the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentleman of the house I too served with Bobby Harold, Barbie, we were freshmen together in 1987 having both been elected in '86. And if you know Bobby Harold Barbie, it's already been said, you couldn't help but be warmed by the most infectious smile you had ever seen. I don't know that I ever saw him when he wasn't smiling. And he loved people, and that was I guess the genius of his success as a legislator is that he just loved people and he knew how to connect with the people at home and if they had a problem it became his problem. And he worked to solve a problem for anybody that came to him with whatever their concern was. I know after that first session ended and we had adjourned [??], I saw Bobby Harold out in the courtyard and he let out a big sigh, he said, woo, we finally got through that. He said, it took two years but I was able to get by these first two years and I never had to say a thing on the floor of the house. He wasn't one that stood up and did a lot of talking but he did a lot of listening, and that's what people appreciated about him. He would listen and he heard what you had to say. I know he was always going back for the ballgames or for the family occasions that he had and I know at one time there was a vote coming up on the floor, of course it didn't matter if he were here or not, there weren't enough republicans to make a difference. But he had gone home to see the ballgame, then he came back and one of our...

colleagues, another legislator said "You should have been here for that vote last night, you've got to get your priorities in the right order." And he said, "I've got my priorities in the right order, and if you had your priorities in the right order, you'd have something besides a cat to go home to at night." Bobby Harold had 5 wonderful children and a wife to go home to at night. He could always tell the funniest stories, and everyone just migrated to Bobby Harold because he always had something to say, he was always very encouraging. He would lift your spirits if you were down and out. I know one time I had a bill in a local government committee, and this was back during the time when Steve Wood used to live with you folks til he got kicked out, and because he had tried to make a maneuver where he could be the Speaker pro Temp and it wasn't successful. So anyway, Rep. Decker had asked Steve Wood to chair temporarily while he presented a bill in the local government committee and I had a bill that came up after that. Well then Steve Wood got up to preside, unbeknownst to me, the other Republicans, they boycotted the meeting and they got up and talked out. So then they called me to present my bill, and I was standing there and me against all the Democrats over there, and I thought I couldn't stand a chance, I couldn't find it. So I went looking for him, and I couldn't find Bobby Harold about anywhere. So finally I went into his office, and I saw Rosa, and I said "Rosa, where is Rep. Barbee?" And she wouldn't say much, and I went into his office and he and Arlie Culper are hiding behind the door and he says, "We're hiding," so I called him cockroach after that because he would come out and hide. But anyway, really when you needed him, Bobby Harold Barbee was there. He was there for his family, he was there for his church, and he loved to sing. He always had a song on his lips, so Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House, I can't say enough good things about Rep. Barbee. He was a friend to all. If you didn't know him, you missed knowing a wonderful person, but had he been here today, you would all say "He was my friend" as well. And I commend the resolution to you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of House joint resolution 819 on its second reading. So many as favor the passage of the resolution shall vote "Aye", those opposed will vote "no", we'll give members just a few moments to get to their seats. The clerk will open the vote. Rep. Carney, do you wish to vote? [SPEAKER CHANGES] ?? [SPEAKER CHANGES] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 113 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, House joint resolution 819 passes its second reading and will without objection be read a third time. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House resolves, the Senate concurring. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not, so many as favor the passage of House joint resolution 189 on its third reading will say "aye". [SPEAKER CHANGES] Aye. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Those opposed will say "no" The "aye"s have it and House joint resolution 819 passes on its third reading, and will be sent to the Senate by special messenger. Members, if you would, please join me in recognizing the following individuals on request of Rep. Burr from Stanly county, these are the family members that represented Bobby Harold Barbee. Wife, Mrs. Jackie Barbee, if you all would stand please when your name's called. Son, Bobby Harold Barbee Jr., Daughter, Michell Soots and her husband Monty, Daughter, Tammy Berleson and her husband Trent, Daughter Julie Stenson, Grandson Jeremy Berleson, and former legislative assistant Rosa Murray. If you all please allow us to welcome you to the House chamber. Rep. Jeter will be noted as having voted in the affirmative on House joint resolution 819 also. Members, also upon motion of Representative

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The gentleman may state his motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I make a motion to that we suspend the Rules to the end that we may modify this conference report. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The motion would be out of order. This not a conference report. This is simply a motion to -- it is a motion to concur on third reading. Does the gentleman . . . ? It's just a motion to concur or not concur. It is not a conference report. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Well -- [SPEAKER CHANGES] The only -- [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker -- [SPEAKER CHANGES] The House would have to not concur in order for a conference to be enacted. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Well, then, to be heard on the motion, Mr. Speaker? [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman may debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Before us today we have an opportunity as we deal with these employment issues and the unemployment and technical changes that are done. We have an opportunity to address an issue that is coming up that's going to affect 70,000 North Carolinians at the end of this month. That is the extension of the Federal Unemployment Benefits till the end of this year. It's something we just decided to do, to cut off these 70,000 North Carolinians, and we have an opportunity right now at this time to vote against concurring and make changes as necessary on this bill as it pertains to that area of the law and insure that those 70,000 North Carolinians at least have that little bit of support until the end of the year. Again, it's a decision we made after seeing the economy continue stagnant as it is. After seeing the unemployment rate going down very little if at all, we have an opportunity now to say we need to give these people that relief and let them continue to have it until the end of the year. Again these extended Federal Unemployment Benefits, so I'd ask that you'd vote against concurrence. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion or debate? If not, the question before the House is the motion for concurrence to House Bill 743 on its third reading. So many as favor the motion will vote aye. Those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. [PAUSE] [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. Seventy-five having voted in the affirmative and 37 in the negative, House Bill 743 is concurred to, will be enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 56: The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee substitute to House Bill 56: A Bill to ? an Act to establish a Contract Management Section of the Div. of Purchase and Contract Dept. administration to amend the laws requiring negotiation and review of certain state contracts to provide oversight and reporting of certain contract awards and to provide for contract management and administration as recommended by the Joint Legislative Program Evaluation Oversight Committee. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady from Davie, Rep. Howard, is recognized for a motion and then to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would that we do concur with the changes that were made in the Senate. Actually it's changing some dates. There is nothing of great substance there. In clarifying who reviews contracts for services, and I would ask that we do concur. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose does the lady from Forsyth, Rep. Terry. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Please no on 743. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady wishes to be recorded as voting no on House Bill 743. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, sir, that is correct. [SPEAKER CHANGES] That will be noted. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate on House Bill 56. If not, as many as favor the motion to concur to House Bill 56, to the Senate committee substitute to House Bill 56 will vote Aye. Those opposed will vote No. The Clerk will open the vote. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. One hundred twelve having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the bill is ordered enrolled, and the Senate will be notified. House Bill 220: The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Bill 220: A Bill being entitled An Act designating July 22 of each year as North Carolina Fragile X Awareness Day. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Rep. Fulghum, rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] For a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentle may state his motion. [ENDS]

I move for concurrence with this Senate version. It's only slightly changed from the version that passed this House overwhelmingly, well actually passed unanimously and passed the Senate unanimously. This is a citation change only. Honors the ability to raise awareness of autism and I recommend it's adoption. [SPEAKER CHANGE] The clerk will read the amendment to House Bill 220, the Senate committee number 1. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Senator Hunt moves to amend the bill on page 1, line 26 by deleting G.S. 103-12 and substituting 103-13. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Further discussion? Further debate as to the motion? If not, the question before the House is concurrence on Senate amendment number 1 to House Bill 220. So many as favor the motion will vote aye. Those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 111 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative. The House does concur with Senate amendment number 1 to House Bill 220. House Bill 700 the clerk will read and House Bill 220 is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Senate committee substitute for House Bill 700, a bill to be entitled AN ACT MAKING OMNIBUS CHANGES TO THE LAWS RELATING TO STATE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOVERNANCE. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Did the gentleman from Lincoln, Representative Saine have a motion pertaining to this bill? [SPEAKER CHANGE] Yeah, thank you Mister Speaker. I move that we displace this until another time. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Does the gentleman wish that this be calendared for Wednesday of this week or [SPEAKER CHANGE] Not calendared. The gentleman wishes that it lie for a bit. We've got some questions with the Senate we want to work out. That's why I'm not sure when we'll get that finished. So I move not to concur, I guess. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Mister Speaker, I move that we calendar this for Thursday. [SPEAKER CHANGE] I'm sorry [SPEAKER CHANGE] I move that we calendar this bill for Thursday. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Okay, without objection? So ordered. House will be at ease just a moment. Members, we are awaiting the receipt of the continuing resolution from the Senate and Representative Dollar or Mister Hayes are going to check across the hall. So, the House will be in recess for probably ten minutes. And without objection, Rule 12b is suspended at the request of the gentleman from Ashe. The House will come back to order. Members, Senate Bill 127 short title is Economic Development Modifications. That bill was removed from the appropriations subcommittee on NER and calendared for tomorrow pursuant Rule 36b. Senate Bill 81 short title is Charlotte Regional Airport Authority. That bill is removed from the Committee on Finance and referred to the Committee on Rules. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Representatives Hollo and Jones are recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Representatives Hollo and Jones, the Health and Human Services Committee, Senate Bill 248 Choice of Hearing Aid Specialist

... and referred to as finance. Committee substitute # 1, Members, we're gonna go at ease here in just a moment, we are awaiting the continued resolution from the senate, in hopefully just a matter of minutes, so while we're awaiting that, the house will stand at ease. [30 Second Pause] The House will come back to order. Members, on Senate bill 231, the capris(???) on the house for that will be Rep. Charles Graham, Chair, Reps. Pierce, Bowls, and Jordan. The Senate will be so notified. Special message from the Senate the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate committee subject for house bill 336, the bills been ??? authorizing the director of the budget to continue expenditures so the operation of government at a percentage of the level in effect on June 30, 2013. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Doller please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker- [SPEAKER CHANGES] We uh, we need to add the resolution to the calendar gentleman, I'll come back for the uh, debating the resolution. Ladies and Gentlemen, without and objection House Bill 336 will be added to the calendar for immediate consideration. Is there objection? So ordered. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Committee sent to for House Bill 336, Bill Re-titling act, authorizing the director of the budget to continue expenditures so the operation of government at a percentage of the level in effect on June 30, 2013. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Doller please state your purpose [SPEAKER CHANGES] For a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I move that we do concur with the proposed Senate committee substitute for House Bill 336, and to be heard the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the motion [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker, members of the house. What this bill does, this bill is a continuing resolution, what you would commonly hear as a cr and what it allows the state to do is continue the operation of state government past the end of this month. This particular CR is effect until the end of July, hopefully it will not be needed for that length of time. This allows us to complete our, conferencing and negotiating on the budget, and get that budget enacted. There are several sections in this particular CR, it funds state government at 95% of the current funding levels, of course programs for which someone is required some payment, that payment is made at full. But this does allow us at the 95% level to insure that agencies would otherwise not spend beyond what they may be appropriated in the final budget. There are several other sections, most of this is boilerplate(???) or fairly standard language that we have in the bill, we've made a couple contingencies for schools to the tune of about ten million dollars, because they have year-round schools that open up, a couple other areas like that have been addressed in the bill, I think it's fairly straightforward. I would be happy to attempt to answer any questions and I appreciate your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Rep. Larry Hall please state your purpose [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask the sponsor a question [SPEAKER CHANGES] Rep. Doller does the Gentleman yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I yield. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman yields [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker, and Rep. Doller, just for those of us who are not really involved in it and have some question about the time it's going to take, do you have any estimated time you think the budget negotiation will be completed by? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Just as soon as we can. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Follow up, [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Gentleman Yields? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I yield. [SPEAKER CHANGES] This is for 30 days additional time is that correct? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes, this would extend, this would be effective midnight July the first, and would go out either with the passage of the conference report, or no later than July 31st.

all you are you. you indicated there was the special consistent gone or indication of as this continuing resolution" is there any provision that allows for other state entities who will have budget decisions that have to be made to have a contingency fund will be addressed. [SPEAKER CHANGES] well this is shy if you looking here, there are provisions that address the community college address that task funding all of those items that would normally need to be addressed either either held for variety of reasons, or where funds have to be authorized in order to operate all of those normal standard provisions are in this continuing resolution. I would also point out that it does have units in toward the end. an additional section thirteen does provide some additional money for Medicaid issue that came up Monday of this week, and this allows the will allow the administration to take reversions with in the Department of Health and Human Services to pay for some additional Medicaid expenditures that are occurring before the into the month and that doesn't affect our art budget reversion numbers, but it's money there that we need authorized for that purpose, [SPEAKER CHANGES] that is purpose for living pleasurably take a purpose to see verbs of dolomite you for one question present dollar general menu are you German you expect to speak [SPEAKER CHANGES] think you're presented out of this is really just trying to find out what provision needs on section hi, since it's not clear. can you tell me what's being revealed by sections in one segment. there. this was a provision in this was a provision was in the budget. the last couple years that was going to be repealed with and the budgets and buys the house in an Senate version and what it has to deal with is the refund income tax refunds. there was a provision for some reason got in the budget year last year for last. that actually appropriated refunds and that was, upon further reflection, thought to not be the best idea so this is just taking out that impediment, effective the first thank your much [SPEAKER CHANGES] present of a shopping centre purpose and I guess the gentleman in question arose and dollar. this gentleman you are you the gym and yield spread, and now I'm looking at section thirteen only dealing with the Medicaid program is there's an additional hundred and forty five million dollars and we talk what it should be actually an additional needs additional than that of it should be about forty five in dollars with a that I found you from start to write init, or it could be boarded by me write an additional forty five me. yes, it's best to try the find out exactly where comes from that part of it is again an under estimation by the Department of federal receipts and there also appears to be somewhat of an acceleration of claims that come in this last week and I think there's been some speculation that with the new system. the new MMI system coming on July first. maybe addition function wanted to get dear claims in an ever ready to go into their claims in ahead of that new system covenant was not a question, the general yields can you tell me where the forty five million coming from his right is coming from her versions identified reversions with in the department and it does not affect the reversion reversions that we have in our in our budget documents that the budget was based on this is additional dollars with Anderson Chan of money there. for example, Anderson, other reversion dollars are being used to cover this expenditure. they just need authorization to do it. I'm not a question and a gentleman outside. I guess I'm genuinely confused because we've got an additional forty five million and we're talking aboutit and you use it. it is not

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Judiciary A will meet tomorrow at Room 1227, the regular meeting place, to take up one bill for discussion only. That will be House Bill 809, Game Nights/Non-Profit Fundraisers. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further notices and announcements. Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I move that the House do now adjourn to reconvene on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 1:00 p.m., subject to receipt of messages from the Senate, receipt of committee reports, receipt of conference reports, re-referral of bills and resolutions, appointment of conferees and modifications to the calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves, seconded by Representative Dollar and subject to the receipt of messages from the Senate, committee reports, re-referral of bills and resolutions, appointment of conferees, and modifications to the calendar, that the House do now adjourn to reconvene on Wednesday, June 26th at 1:00 p.m. All in favor say aye, all opposed say no. The ayes have it. The House stands adjourned.