The House will come to order. Members will take their seats, visitors will retire from the chamber, the sergeant at arms will close the doors, members and visitors will please silence all electronic devices and the prayer will be offered by Representative Murray. Members and visitors in the gallery will please stand and remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Please bow with me in meditation over Psalm 100. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us and not we ourselves. We are his people and the sheep of his pasture. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations, amen. [SPEAKER CHANGES] 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. Representative Burr is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, the journal for Thursday, May the 15th has been examined and found to be correct. I move that it be approved as written. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Burr moves that the journal for May 15th be approved as written. Those in favor will say "I," those opposed "no." The "I's" have it, the journal is approved as written. Are there any petitions, memorials, or papers addressed to the General Assembly or the House? There are not. Without objection we will introduce the bills and resolutions after adjournment. It's quite a long list but we'll get to it shortly if you're waiting to see where your bills go. Ordinarily we would welcome the pages tonight but the audience is a little thin so we'll welcome you tomorrow. Thank you for being with us this week. Notices and announcements: The nurse of the day is sitting in the back row. Her name is Julie Alexander of Apex. [APPLAUSE] I would have been in big trouble if I'd forgotten her. She can probably tell you that Apex means the peak of good living and that it's recognized as the best place to live in the United States by all the publications that matter. We also would like to extend the privileges of the floor to Debbie Deller, the clerk of the Ontario legislature. Is she here? If you would welcome her. [APPLAUSE] Representative Burr is recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I move that the house do now adjourn, subject to the introduction of bills and resolutions until 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May the 20th. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Burr has moved that the House adjourn to reconvene on Tuesday, May 20th at 1:00 p.m., all those in favor, seconded by Representative Dixon, those in favor will say "I," opposed will say "no." The "I's" have it, the House stands adjourned and we will start reading the first reading that Mr. Clerk, Mr. Reading Clerk. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Burr and Davis, HB 1076, Reduce Hard Copies Appellate Division Reports. Judiciary subcommittee B, Representative Burr and Davis, HB 1077, Highway Patrol Uniforms. Appropriations, Representative Burr and Davis, HB 1078, Business Court Judges in Special Superior Court Judges. Appropriations, Representative S. Ross and Collins, HB 1079, Positions For State Treasurer Compliance Unit, State Personnel and if favorable to appropriations. Representative Millis, HB 1080, Wopper De-annexation, Committee on government and if favorable to finance. Representative Millis, Hager, and Moffitt, HB 1081, Reform Agency Review of Engineering war, regulatory reform and if favorable, committee on environment. Representatives Insko and Meyer, House Bill 1082, Carboro building codes, committee on government and if favorable regulatory reform. Representative Insko, Earle, Luke, and Cunningham, HB 1083, Expand Medicaid to include all below 133 federal poverty level. Health and Human Services and if favorable to appropriations. Representative Insko and
HB 1084, Charter School Students with Individualized Education Programs. Appropriations. Representatives Insko and Glazier a House Bill 1085 Increase Charter School Accountability. Appropriations. Representative Presnell, Mcneill, and Bauer HB 1086 The OT Study of State Parks and Trails signage. Transportation. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1087, Preserve Biological Evidence Study. Subcommittee, Judiciary Subcommittee B. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1088, Highway Patrol Routine Maintenance. Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1089, Administrative Office of Courts Civil Case Management System. Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1090, Administrative Office of the Courts, Information Technology Policy. Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Davis and Burr, House Bill 1091, Supervision of Magistrate's Study. Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1092, Enforce Payment of Criminal Mediation Fees. Judiciary Subcommittee B. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1093, State Crime Lab Salary Increase Funds. Appropriations. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1094, Mandatory Meeting Settlement District Court. Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Davis and Burr, HB 1095, Remote Test ??. Judiciary Subcommittee B, and if favorable to appropriations, sorry. Representative Arp, HB 1096, Using County Contracted Ambulance Service. Government. Representative Torbett, HB 1097, Service of Hearing Order Motor Vehicle Deal of Licensee. Judiciary Subcommittee A and, if favorable, to Transportation. Representative Torbett, House Bill 1098, The MV Driver's License Medical Review Program Changes. Transportation. Representative Torbett, HB 1099, Unmanned Aircraft Regulation. Government, and if favorable to Judiciary. Representatives Presnell, Mcneill, and Dollar, HB 1100, Boost State Nature Heritage Tourism Industry. Commerce and Job Development, if favorable to Appropriations. Representatives Stevens and Arp, House Bill 1101, Mechanics leans leased to public property. Judiciary Subcommittee C. Representative Stevenson, Arp, HB 1102, Mechanics lean clarify lean agent notice. Judiciary Subcommittee C. Representative Stevens, HB 1103, Verification Jurisdiction in Juvenile Cases. Judiciary Subcommittee C. Representative Stevens, HB 1104, Oversight Conflicts of Interest, Foster Care Study. Judiciary Subcommittee C. Representatives Torbett and Brody, HB 1105, Local Erosion Programs Take Over Existing Plans. Regulatory Reform, if favorable to Environment. Representative Torbett and Brody, House Bill 1106, Erosion Control Designer Certification. Regulatory Reform, if favorable Environment. Representative Holloway, J. Bell, Saine, and Jones, HB 1107, Restoring Lottery Dollars for School Construction. Appropriations. Representative Dixon, HB 1108, Duplin Commissioners Elections Technical Correction. Committee on Elections. Representative Moffitt, Murray, Floyd, and Bryan, House Bill 1109, Clarify Existing Rule Re-Adoption Process. Regulatory Reform. Representative Jones, Dollar, and Earle, HB 1110, Improve Oversight of Public Gardenship. Judiciary Committee, sub-committee C. Representatives Blackwell, Hager, Starnes, and Dobson, HB 1111, Western School of Science and Mathematics. Appropriations. Representative T. Moore, HJR 1112, Confirm Charleston, L. Allen to industrial commission. Rules Calendar, Operation of the House, Representative McGrady, Fisher, Moffitt, and Ramsey, House Bill 1113, Bent Creek Property Solvent Act Exemption. Government. Representative Dobson, HB 1114, Elk Park Deed Transporting Property. Government, if favorable, Finance. Representative Stam and Steinburg, HB 1115, Enhance State Tribe Recognition Process. Government, if favorable, Judiciary Subcommittee A. Representative Blust, HB 1116, Implement General Statutes Commission Recommendation. Rules, Calender Operation of the House, Representative Blust, HB 1117, Conform Pledge of Joint Account Laws. Banking, and if favorable, Judiciary Subcommittee A, Representative Blust, House Bill 1118, 2014 Technical Corrections. Rules Calendar and Operation of the House. Thank you Mr. Reading Clerk.