[Speaker Change] The Senate will come to order. The Sergeant of Arms will close the doors. Members will go to their seats. Leading the Senate in prayer is Senator Jim Davis. All members and guest in the gallery will please stand. [Speaker Change] Please pray with me. Almighty God, thank you for the blessing of this glorious day. Thank you for being servants to your children in our beloved State of North Carolina. Give us the heart of true servants. Give us the mind of true servants. And give us love for your children so that we rightly represent you to them. Remembering your servant Paul who counsels us in his first letter to the Corinthians; let all things be done decently and in order. We strive to do what is right because it is right. This Body honors all faith traditions. I ask this prayer in the name of Jesus. Amen. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca is recognized for a motion. [Speaker Change] Mr. President, the journal of March twenty first two thousand thirteen has been examined and it’s found to be correct. I move with the dispense with the reading of the journal and it stand approve as written. [Speaker Change] Without objection. The journal from March twenty one, two thousand thirteen stands approved as written. Members, our nurse of the day is Nurse BJ Lee of Holly Springs North Carolina she is in the back of the chamber. Thank you for helping us out today. And members of the Senate, from the motion of Senator Tarte of Mecklenburg County, the Chair is happy to extend courtesies to Sid Morris and Greg Wesling. They are executives with the Noah Project from Cornelius North Carolina. If you’re in the gallery, if you would please wave your hands or, there we go, right there. Notices and announcements. Senator Apodaca, for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker Change] Motions Mr. President please. [Speaker Change] You have the floor. [Speaker Change] Thank you Mr. President. Members tonight’s calendar, tonight’s calendar be displaced and placed on tomorrows calendar so we can accommodate the start of Passover. [Speaker Change] Without objection. So ordered. [Speaker Change] Thank you Mr. President. Senate Bill sixty seven, thirty first Senatorial District Local Act One currently in the Committee on Rules. Ask it to be removed and re-referred to the State and Local Government Committee. [Speaker Change] Without objection. So ordered. [Speaker Change] Senate Bill one ninety four, Eliminate Safety Inspections. Ask, it’s in the Committee on Commerce. Ask it be recalled from Commerce and sent to the Number One Rules Committee. [Speaker Change] Without objection. So ordered. [Speaker Change] Senate Bill three forty nine, Naturopathic Doctor Licensing Merits. Currently in Healthcare. Ask that it be removed from Healthcare and re-referred to Committee on Rules. [Speaker Change] Without objection. So ordered. [Speaker Change] Senate Bill one o six, Homebirth Freedom Act. Recalled from the Healthcare Committee and ask it be re-referred to the Committee on Rules. Senate Bill one o six. [Speaker Change] Without objection. So ordered. [Speaker Change] That’s all I have [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca on your motion to remove all Bills from the calendar and place them on tomorrow, would that include the introduction of Bills? [Speaker Change] Yes sir, I would like to hear Dick’s Bill but we’ll wait until tomorrow. [Speaker Change] Okay, so ordered. [Speaker Change] Further notices or announcements. Is there further business to come before the Senate? If not, the Chair recognizes Senator Apodaca for a motion. [Speaker Change] Mr. President, I move that the Senate do now adjourn subject to the introduction of Bills and Resolutions and the receipt of messages from the House and the Governor to reconvene Tuesday, March twenty six, two thousand thirteen at two o’clock pm. [Speaker Change] The motion is that the Senate do now adjourn subject to the stipulations stated by Senator Apodaca to reconvene on Tuesday, March twenty six at two pm. Seconded by Senator Brown. All in favor say aye. Opposed no. The ayes have it and the Senate stands adjourned.