The house will come to order, members will take their sits, visitors will retire from the chamber. The Sergeant at Arms will close the door. Members and visitors in the gallery will please silence all electronic devices. The prayer will be offered by Representative Rena Turner. Members and visitors in the gallery will please stand and remain standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. Thank you Mr. Speaker. Can we bow our heads please. Father God, we come to you with grateful hearts recognizing you as our Lord and King, our provider and our friend. We thank you for all your blessings upon us both small and large. Forgive us today for our transgressions that separate us from you. We ask that you remove them as far as the East is from the West. As we go forward with the business of this chamber, we ask that you would bless us with wisdom, with focus and attention to detail that we might make decisions based on truth and upon your direction. Now Lord, we ask that you would continue to bless us and use us and keep us, for it is your glory we desire to achieve. It's in Jesus' name we ask, Amen. We 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. Gentleman from Gaston, Representative Torbett is recognized. Mr. Speaker, the journal for July 23rd has been examined and found to be correct. I move that it be approved as written. Representative Torbett moves that the journal for July 23rd be approved as written, those in favor will say aye? Those oppose will say no? The journal stands approved. Gratifications of bills and resolutions, the clerk will read. The enrolling [xx] towards the following bills duly gratified for presentation to the Governor. Senate Bill 192, an act to allow domestic violence protection orders, civil no-contact orders and involuntary commitment orders to be transmitted by electronic and [xx] transmission, to amend laws regarding transportation nd persons being involuntarily committed, and to require the administrative office Of the courts to receive input on clarifying language usage in the citations and make changes as appropriate. House Bill 638, an act to direct the department of environmental natural resources in coorperation with the wildlife resources commission to take action that encourages wetland, migration practices, supportive of public recreation and handling migration sites. Chapter Bills will be noted. Messages from the Senate, the clerk will read. House Bill 185, repeal DCRs obsolete Commission's Language AB. Calendar pursuant to Rule 36 B for July 28. House Bill 229, Church Tax Exemption/Driving Privileges. Calendar pursuant to rule 36 B for July 28th. House Bill 397 Clarify Protections/Exploitation of Elders. Calendar pursuant to rule 36 B for July 28th. House Bill 529, NC Driver's Licence Restoration Act. Calendar pursuant to rule 36 B for July 28. House Bill 561, School Systems Authority Regard Legal Proceedings. Calendar 36 B. House Bill 721, Subdivision Ordinances Land Development Changes. Calendar pursuant to rule 36B for July, 28th. Senate Bill 399 joins [xx] tax refunds. Bills referred to the committee on finance. Special messages from the Senate, the clerk will read. Mr speaker, pursuant to the message received on July 22nd, 2015, that the House of Representatives failed to concur in House Bill 765, Senate committee substitute number two fourth edition, bill to be entitled on act to improve further [xx] relief to the citizens of North Carolina by providing for various administrative reforms, by eliminating certain unnecessary and outdated statutes and regulations in modernizing or simplifying cumbersome or outdated regulations and by making various other statutory changes. President [xx] reports Senator Wade chair, Senators Brock, Rucho,
B. Jackson, Alexander, Mclnnis, Bingham, on the part of the senate to confer the light committee appointed by the honorable body of the end that the difference is arising may be resolved. Respectful Sarah Lang. Noted. Pursuant to your message received on July 22nd, 2015, that the House of Representatives failed to concur the house Bill 765, Senate Committee substitute number two fourth edition, Bill to be entitled an act to provide further [xx] relief to the citizens of North Carolina by providing various administrative reforms, by eliminating certain unnecessary and outdated statutes and regulations, and modernizing or clarifying cumbersome or outdated regulations and by making various other statutory changes. The President [xx] reports. Senator Wade Chair, Senator Brock, Rucho, B. Jackson, Alexander, McInnis, Bingham, on the part of the senate to confer with the light committee appointed by the honorable body to the end that the differences arising may be resolved. Respectfully, Sarah Lang, Principal Clerk. Noted. Pages, the Chair would like to welcome you here today. Tomorrow we will ask you to come forward so that all the members can get to know you a bit better. We're very pleased that you could take time to be with us this week and we will welcome you more properly and more formally tomorrow. Notices and announcements? Seeing none Representative. For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham, Representative Hall rise? Thank you. Mr. Chairman, just checking to see what time the session is tomorrow, House Democrats want to meet an hour before session. So, I want to make that announcement. Representative Hall, it is the chairs believe that Representative Torbett will move shortly to meet 3 O'clock. Further notices and announcements. The gentleman from Gaston, Representative Torbett is recognized. Mr. Speaker, members of the house, now adjourn pursuant to re-referral of bills and resolutions and modification of the calendar to reconvene Tuesday July 28th at 3 PM. Representative Torbett is move. The subject to the re-referral Bills on resolutions, modifications to the calendar, the house to now adjourn to reconvene on Tuesday, July 28th at 3:00 PM. Those in favor will say aye, Aye! The chair apologies, the motion was seconded by the gentlemen from Wake, Representative Jackson. Those in favor will say aye, Aye! Those opposed will say, no. Mean the chair the ayes have it. The house stands adjourned. On motion of Representative Lewis, House Bill 373 will be withdrawn from calendar 36 B and referred to the committee on rules, calendar and operations of the house. On motion of Representative Lewis, House Bill 577 will be withdrawn from the committee on banking and referred to the committee on rules, calendar and operations of the house. On motion of Representative Lewis, Senate Bill 491 will be withdrawn from the committee on commerce and referred to the committee on Judiciary number four. On motion of Representative Lewis, Senate Bill 699 will be withdrawn from the committee on rules, calendar and operations of the house and referred to the committee on judiciary number one. On motion of Representative Lewis, House Bill 338 is removed from the calendar for July 28th in calendar 36 B.