Thursday, February 26, 2015


House Concurrent Resolutions


96.       By Del. White, B., Stansbury, McCuskey, Byrd, Rowe and Guthrie - The U. S. Army SGT Gary Lee DeBoard Memorial Intersection - To Roads and Transportation then Rules


97.       By Del. Rodighiero - The U. S. Army 1LT Patricia Simon Bridge - To Roads and Transportation then Rules


98.       By Del. McCuskey, Ashley and Gearheart - Jack Furst Drive - To Roads and Transportation then Rules


99.       By Del. Fast, Rowan, Kessinger, Ambler, Anderson, Arvon, Azinger, Border, Cadle, Canterbury, Cooper, Duke, Evans, A., Evans, D., Folk, Frich, Hamilton, Hanshaw, Householder, Howell, Kelly, Miller, O'Neal, Overington, Romine, Shott, Sobonya, Statler and Walters - Urging the United States Congress to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that defines and limits marriage to a union between one man and one woman - To Judiciary then Rules


100.     By Del. Overington, Bates, Hartman, Marcum, Moye, Perry, Phillips, R., Wagner, White, B., Williams, Ambler, Arvon, Azinger, Blair, Border, Butler, Cadle, Canterbury, Cooper, Deem, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Fast, Folk, Foster, Frich, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Hill, Householder, Howell, Ihle, Ireland, Kelly, Kurcaba, Lane, McGeehan, McCuskey, Miller, Moffatt, Nelson, J., O'Neal, Pasdon, Rohrbach, Romine, Rowan, Shott, Smith, R., Sobonya, Stansbury, Statler, Storch, Summers, Upson, Walters, Waxman, Weld, Westfall and Zatezalo - Applying for an Article V Amendments Convention to Propose a Constitutional Amendment permitting a calling of a convention of the states - To Judiciary then Rules


House Resolutions


14.       By Del. Nelson, J., Smith, R., Phillips, R., Folk, McGeehan, Faircloth, Moffatt, Ihle, Householder, Kessinger and Butler - Urging in the strongest manner that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of the United States Department of Justice not to trample on the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution by banning common .223 and 5.56 mm ammunition - To Judiciary then Rules