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House Abstract


Day 09 (01-18-2018)
Day 10 (01-19-2018)
Day 15 (01-24-2018)
Day 16 (01-25-2018)
Day 17 (01-26-2018)
Day 20 (01-29-2018)
Day 21 (01-30-2018)
Day 22 (01-31-2018)
Day 23 (02-01-2018)
Day 24 (02-02-2018)
Day 27 (02-05-2018)
Day 28 (02-06-2018)
Day 29 (02-07-2018)
Day 30 (02-08-2018)
Day 31 (02-09-2018)
Day 34 (02-12-2018)
Day 35 (02-13-2018)
Day 36 (02-14-2018)
Day 37 (02-15-2018)
Day 38 (02-16-2018)
Day 41 (02-19-2018)
Day 42 (02-20-2018)
Day 43 (02-21-2018)
Day 44 (02-22-2018)
Day 45 (02-23-2018)
Day 48 (02-26-2018)
Day 49 (02-27-2018)
Day 50 (02-28-2018)
Day 51 (03-01-2018)
Day 52 (03-02-2018)
Day 53 (03-03-2018)
Day 55 (03-05-2018)
Day 56 (03-06-2018)
Day 57 (03-07-2018)
Day 58 (03-08-2018)
Day 59 (03-09-2018)
Day 18 (03-12-2018)

HOUSE ABSTRACT

 

2018 Regular Session

 

Includes Actions as of March 12, 2018

 

*Denotes Committee Substitutes

 

ALL HOUSE BILLS INTRODUCED

 

*2008.  By Del. Gearheart and Hamrick - Relating to the Dealer Recovery Program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 2010.  By Del. Folk and McGeehan - Requiring authorization from the Legislature before submitting an application for an MS-4 permit to the United States Environmental Protection Agency - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2011.  By Del. Phillips - Prohibiting state agencies and departments from acting outside their statutory scopes of authority - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2012.  By Del. Rodighiero - Reducing state income taxes for state and federal retirees by increasing the exemption on retirement income - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2013.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to replacing the present crime of burglary with the crime of home invasion - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2014.  By Del. Rodighiero - Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2015.  By Del. Rodighiero - Establishing seniority rights for public employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2016.  By Del. Rodighiero - Providing state health care services for all active and inactive duty military personnel - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2020.  By Del. Rodighiero and Westfall - Freezing PEIA employee premiums for three years - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2021.  By Del. Sponaugle - Relating to penalties incurred from obstructing, fleeing from and making false statements to law-enforcement - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2022.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to public health - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2023.  By Del. Rodighiero - Changing the way that the costs of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2024.  By Del. Rodighiero - Creating a criminal felony offense of aggravated assault or battery of a child or a person who is mentally incapacitated - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2025.  By Del. Rodighiero - Providing one-time supplements to all annuitants when they reach the age of seventy - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2026.  By Del. Rodighiero - Providing a maximum repair cost for insured owners of motor vehicles if a collision with a deer caused the damage - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2027.  By Del. Gearheart - Providing for the transfer of ownership, operation and maintenance of certain assets of the West Virginia Parkways Authority to the Division of Highways - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

*2028.  By Del. Folk, Hanshaw, Shott, Dean, Fleischauer, Fluharty, McGeehan, Paynter, Martin and Wilson - Relating to the venue for suits and other actions against the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/23/2018 - To Senate 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

 2029.  By Del. Gearheart - Permitting counties to adopt certain ordinances relating to dogs and cats - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2030.  By Del. Folk - Eliminating the requirement that proceedings against the State, a state agency or state officer be brought and prosecuted in the circuit court of Kanawha County - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2031.  By Del. Folk - Eliminating requirements that state provide for professional training and development of teachers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2033.  By Del. Hamrick, Howell, Gearheart, Phillips and Folk - Permitting the resident lineal descendants of landowners to hunt, trap or fish on that resident landowner's property without a license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2034.  By Del. McGeehan - Relating to county budget stabilization funds - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2039.  By Del. Rodighiero - Establishing a tax credit for new businesses that locate in the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2042.  By Del. Caputo - Relating to pension benefits exempt from state income taxation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2043.  By Del. Caputo - Placing penalty points on driver’s licenses for using electronic communications devices while operating a motor vehicle - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2044.  By Del. Moye - Relating to the Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2045.  By Del. Caputo - Giving the Insurance Commissioner the power to regulate and penalize self-insured employers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2046.  By Del. Caputo - Requiring county boards of education to provide released time for professional educators and service personnel when serving in an elected municipal or county office - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2047.  By Del. Caputo - Increasing compensation for conservation officers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2048.  By Del. Caputo and Isner - Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2049.  By Del. Caputo - Providing for career development and establishing a pay scale for Alcohol Beverage Commission inspectors, enforcement agents and supervisors - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2050.  By Del. Caputo and Isner - Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2051.  By Del. Rodighiero - Authorizing insurance to married workers without children at reduced rates under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2053.  By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring facilities providing abortions to obtain parental notification or consent in writing - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2055.  By Del. Rodighiero - Including volunteer firefighters within the Public Employees Insurance Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2056.  By Del. Caputo - Providing for the use of neck braces by football players - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2057.  By Del. Caputo and Isner - Increasing benefits of retired state personnel and retired teachers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2058.  By Del. Caputo - Prohibiting the use of a credit score in casualty insurance rate filings - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2059.  By Del. Caputo - Providing a ten percent discount to residents at state parks and forests - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2061.  By Del. Upson - Relating to inspection of vehicles and providing that defects in windshields and windows that do not obscure vision are not unsafe conditions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2063.  By Del. Hamilton and Rowan - Extending the expiration of driver's licenses for active military members' spouses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2064.  By Del. Fast - Defining the term minor boundary adjustment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2065.  By Del. Fast - Requiring all local special elections to be held on the days and hours of general, primary or state-wide elections - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2066.  By Del. Cooper - Providing a fee discount for certain nonresident hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for native nonresidents - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2067.  By Del. McGeehan - Relating to the transfer of certain revenues derived from lottery activities generally, restoring distribution to the West Virginia Infrastructure Fund to 2013 rates and decreasing the funds available for grants therefrom - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2068.  By Del. Rohrbach - Operating and maintaining a fully interoperable statewide network to facilitate public and private use of health care information in the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2072.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to qualifying children of state employees, receiving income of $25,000 per year or less, for the West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2073.  By Del. Rodighiero - Making available elective courses on the history of the old and new testaments of the bible - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2074.  By Del. Caputo - Establishing seniority rights for public employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2075.  By Del. Hanshaw and Fleischauer - Providing the Auditor with greater oversight of advance allowance accounts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2076.  By Del. Caputo - Establishing the Legislative Oversight Commission on Energy Workers Safety - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2077.  By Del. Rohrbach - West Virginia Native American Tribes Unique Recognition, Authentication and Listing Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2078.  By Del. Hamrick - Making special registration plates for volunteer fire fighters - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2080.  By Del. Caputo - Increasing the amount of annual and incremental salary increases for eligible state employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2082.  By Del. Rodighiero - Prohibiting state funding of abortions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2084.  By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring the assessor of each county to, within three months of a deed filing in the county clerk's office of each county, prepare a new property tax ticket - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2085.  By Del. Rodighiero - Ensuring Patient Safety Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 2086.  By Del. Rodighiero - Allowing the Executive Director of the West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority to establish a work program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2087.  By Del. Fleischauer - Prohibiting blasting within six hundred twenty-five feet of an occupied dwelling - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2088.  By Del. Cowles - Establishing a bill of rights for children in foster care - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2089.  By Del. Cowles - Establishing a bill of rights for foster parents - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2090.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing the minimum number of magisterial districts in a county - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2093.  By Del. McGeehan and Wagner - Exempting personal income earned by individuals working as teachers at primary and secondary schools from personal income tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2094.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Home Instruction Tax Relief Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2095.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Relating to the rule-making authority of local boards of health - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 2096.  By Del. Hamrick and Folk - Exempting commercial airlines from obtaining licenses to serve liquor, beer or wine on flights - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2098.  By Del. Folk and Sobonya - Requiring the issuance of a search warrant before a driver of a motor vehicle can be made to submit to a secondary blood test - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2099.  By Del. McGeehan - Defining the act of leaving the scene of a crash involving death or serious bodily injury as a felony; Erin's Law - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2100.  By Del. Pushkin, Folk, Blair and Fast - Recognizing those in active military service as residents for the purpose of obtaining concealed carry permits while stationed at a West Virginia military installation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 2101.  By Del. Pushkin and Eldridge - Relating to the juvenile justice reform oversight committee - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2102.  By Del. McGeehan and Sponaugle - Allowing a group of affiliated voters to become a recognized political party under certain criteria - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2103.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Making changes to the definition of contractor for purposes of the West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization

 

 2104.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Requiring that public schools provide facilities for students of all faiths and religions to have a place of fellowship, prayer and worship - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2105.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Establishing the state parks instant lottery scratch-off game - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2106.  By Del. Pushkin, Upson and Fleischauer - Creating a domestic violence registry - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2108.  By Del. Rodighiero, Hicks and Eldridge - Requiring school bus aides, who are trained in preventing bullying and providing a safe environment for students while being transported on a school bus, to be present on school buses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2110.  By Del. Rodighiero, Hicks and Eldridge - Increasing the amount of retirement income to be excluded from the gross income of individuals receiving retirement benefits under the West Virginia Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2111.  By Del. Miley - Exempting certified professional estimator services from consumer sales and service tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2112.  By Del. McGeehan - Exempting all monetary benefits derived from military retirement from personal income tax obligations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2114.  By Del. Overington, Gearheart, Frich and Sobonya - Providing a procedure for West Virginia to select delegates to an Article V convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 2115.  By Del. Rowan and Sobonya - Prohibiting sexual offenders from residing within one thousand feet of a school or childcare facility - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2117.  By Del. Overington, Rohrbach, Upson and Frich - Removing the requirement that home schooled students have to acquire a general equivalency degree (GED) in order to qualify for the promise scholarship - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2121.  By Del. Fleischauer, Hicks and Fluharty - West Virginia Residential Furniture and Children's Products Flame Retardants Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2122.  By Del. Byrd - Providing a tax credit for first time home buyers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2123.  By Del. Rowan, Cooper, Cowles and Romine, R. - Making the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind eligible to participate in any and all funding administered or distributed by the West Virginia School Building Authority - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2124.  By Del. Overington, Shott and Hicks - Providing that members of the House of Delegates in districts having more than one delegate be elected from numbered divisions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2125.  By Del. Hamilton - Reinstating service credit to certain members of the Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2127.  By Del. Sponaugle and Fluharty - Relating to personal income taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2128.  By Del. Fleischauer - Requiring persons who are in the business of purchasing precious metals and precious gems to photograph those purchases and to transmit the photographs to law-enforcement - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2129.  By Del. Fleischauer, Sobonya, Statler, Overington, Frich and Pyles - Relating to the powers and authority of state and local law enforcement to enforce underage drinking laws at private clubs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2130.  By Del. Fluharty and Pushkin - Relating to drug testing of legislators - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2131.  By Del. Folk and McGeehan - Prohibiting the state from requiring persons with oil or gas rights connected to deep oil or gas wells to involuntarily integrate their interests - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2132.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan and Sobonya - Limiting able-bodied adults without dependents receipt of SNAP benefits to three months in a thirty-six month period - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2135.  By Del. Kelly, Cooper, McGeehan and Sobonya - Permitting persons who are twenty-one years of age or older to operate or be a passenger on a motorcycle without a helmet - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2137.  By Del. Hamrick, Statler, Rowan and Frich - Making it a misdemeanor for a person to impersonate a veteran - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 2138.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Right to keep and bear arms - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2139.  By Del. Fast - Providing an exemption from regulation by the Public Service Commission for motor vehicles used exclusively in the transportation of roll-off solid waste containers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2140.  By Del. Fast and Frich - Modifying the definition of child abuse or neglect to exclude accidental injury - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2141.  By Del. Cooper and Ambler - Expanding the authority of motor carrier inspectors - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2142.  By Del. Cooper, Ambler and Rowan - Providing a salary increase for special education teachers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2144.  By Del. Fast - Relating to relocation or closure of state higher education institutions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2145.  By Del. Fast - Repealing provision prohibiting employers from discriminating for use of tobacco products - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2146.  By Del. Fast - Allowing a home improvement transaction to be performed under an oral contract - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2148.  By Del. Byrd - Providing taxpayers repaying their own student loans a modification reducing federal adjusted gross in the amount of the interest paid - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2149.  By Del. Caputo and Isner - Establishing a minimum number of troopers to provide basic law enforcement services, and providing members of the West Virginia State Police a $580 salary increase at the end of two years of service - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2150.  By Del. McGeehan, Kelly and Folk - Relating to the hunting of coyotes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2154.  By Del. Moye, Rohrbach and Frich - Relating to sanctions for recipients of benefits from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2155.  By Del. Caputo, Hamilton, Hornbuckle and Fluharty - Relating to career progression of members of the State Police - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2156.  By Del. Hamilton, Frich and Folk - Relating to certain members of the Legislature and certain service by members of the Legislature - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2157.  By Del. Sponaugle, Phillips, Rowan and McGeehan - Relating to school calendar - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2158.  By Del. Sponaugle, Eldridge, Caputo, Fluharty and Hicks - Prohibiting drilling units from being established without consent of all owners - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2159.  By Del. Fleischauer, Caputo and Hornbuckle - The Healthy and Safe Workplace Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2160.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Providing that paid county or municipal fire departments and duly incorporated volunteer fire departments pay reduced  workers' compensation premiums when not actively engaged in fire fighting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2161.  By Del. Statler and Rohrbach - Relating to purchasing requirements for the Division of Highways - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2162.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Exempting motor vehicles from personal property tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2163.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Abolishing the Personal Income Tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2164.  By Del. Statler and Gearheart - Prohibiting the placement of the name or likeness of public officials on state road signs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2165.  By Del. Statler, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Frich and Fleischauer - Relating to out of state physicians and surgeons traveling with sports teams within this state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2166.  By Del. Caputo and Rowan - Requiring county boards of education to employ a certified library media specialist in each county school - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2168.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Prohibiting counties and municipalities from adopting ordinances or regulations that base restrictions on the breed of a dog - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2169.  By Del. Fleischauer - Clarifying that the county or regional solid waste authority that may impose and collect an additional solid waste assessment fee is the county or region where the waste originates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2170.  By Del. Fleischauer - Relating generally to horizontal well control standards - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2171.  By Del. Eldridge - Permitting contractors to perform work on a construction project without having a contractor’s license under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2172.  By Del. Rodighiero, Hicks, Marcum and Eldridge - Providing that school nutrition plans include take home meals for low income students - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2173.  By Del. Rodighiero and Hicks - Providing benefits for those who have served in the military service - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2174.  By Del. Rodighiero and Hicks - Granting all public employees, all teachers, all service employees, all public employee retirees, all teacher retirees and all service employee retirees a $1,000 per year permanent pay increase - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2175.  By Del. Rodighiero and Hicks - Requiring recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program be issued a photo identification card - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2176.  By Del. Rodighiero and Hicks - Prohibiting the number of inquiries reflected in a credit report, credit score report or CLUE report from adversely affecting an application for insurance - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2177.  By Del. Rodighiero and Marcum - Exempting all veterans of the Armed Forces or any reserve component thereof from having to obtain a hunting, trapping fishing license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2178.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to quarterly payment of real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2179.  By Del. Rodighiero, Hornbuckle and Eldridge - Issuing a special registration plate for persons who are residents of this state and who have a family member diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2181.  By Del. Caputo - Creating an additional magistrate court deputy clerk position for Marion County - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2182.  By Del. McGeehan - Continuing personal income tax adjustment to gross income of certain retirees receiving pensions from defined pension plans - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2184.  By Del. Sponaugle - Permitting teachers under the State Teachers Retirement System to teach college level courses without loss of benefits - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2185.  By Del. Caputo and Ward - Giving local authorities the authority to decrease the speed limit on streets and highways where school buses travel in its jurisdiction - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2187.  By Del. Rohrbach and Pyles - Establishing an advisory council on rare diseases - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2189.  By Del. Moye - Exempting disabled veterans from campground rental fees during certain times - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2191.  By Del. Ferro, Hornbuckle, Fleischauer, Sponaugle and Fluharty - Relating to educational benefits for dependents of deceased or disabled veterans - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2192.  By Del. Ferro - Adding pharmacist and pharmacy to the definition of "health care provider" as used in the Medical Professional Liability Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2193.  By Del. Folk - Relating to the West Virginia Future Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2194.  By Del. Gearheart, Ambler, Cooper and Hamrick - Reducing personnel employed by the West Virginia Department of Education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2197.  By Del. Caputo - Requiring retail establishments offering gasoline or other motor fuel to provide refueling assistance and refueling access to persons with a disability - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2198.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Redirecting certain funds of the West Virginia Department of Education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2201.  By Del. McGeehan - Save the Hospitals Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2202.  By Del. Fast - Requiring the Human Rights Commission, when investigating a complaint of discrimination, to specifically include an examination of the intent of the person - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2204.  By Del. Gearheart - Removing limitations on advertising and promotional activities by limited video lottery retailers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2205.  By Del. Gearheart, Cooper and Ambler - Exempting heating oil for residential use from the Motor Fuel Excise Tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018

 

 2206.  By Del. Gearheart - Work/Incarceration Prison pilot program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2208.  By Del. Fleischauer, Hamrick, Folk and Pyles - Authorizing counties and municipalities to establish a joint airport hazard comprehensive plan - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2209.  By Del. Phillips, Folk, Eldridge and Sobonya - Limiting the authority of municipalities to regulate the purchasing, possessing, transferring, owning, carrying, transporting, selling and storing of knives - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2210.  By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Upson, Rowan and Moye - Increasing pay to teachers and service personnel - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2211.  By Del. Kelly, Cooper, Wagner and Rohrbach - Increasing salaries for teachers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance - Motion to table the motion to discharge committee adopted - Motion to take motion to discharge from the table rejected

 

 2212.  By Del. Howell - West Virginia Firearms Freedom Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2213.  By Del. Gearheart - Relating to compulsory school attendance - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2214.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - West Virginia Educational Restoration Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2215.  By Del. Howell - Issuing identification documents to homeless individuals residing at homeless shelters - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2216.  By Del. Phillips and Sobonya - Making individuals responsible for the costs relating to the filing of excessive false complaints - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2217.  By Del. Moye and Marcum - Increasing the maximum personal income tax exemption for persons over the age of sixty-five and for persons who are totally disabled - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 2302.  By Del. Sponaugle - Prohibiting chairmen of state political parties during or up to one year after the termination of their employment as chairmen of those political parties from registering as lobbyists - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2304.  By Del. Fast and Overington - Relating to gasoline and fuel excise tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2305.  By Del. Hamrick, Westfall and Statler - Relating to the issuance, expiration and renewal of driver’s license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2306.  By Del. Folk and McGeehan - Establishing new procedures for courts with criminal jurisdiction to suspend and revoke driver’s licenses based on D.U.I. - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2309.  By Del. McGeehan and Kelly - Discontinuing the use of common core standards and assessments in the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2310.  By Del. Folk and Hamrick - Requiring regional airport authority board members to include persons of area expertise - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2311.  By Del. Folk - Making all future federal and local statutes, ordinances, laws, orders and rules concerning firearms, firearm accessories, ammunition and their accouterments invalid and unenforceable - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2314.  By Del. Sponaugle - Removing the compensation caps entirely for secretary-clerks and case coordinators - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2316.  By Del. Caputo - Requiring the Superintendent of the State Police to implement a plan to increase the number of troopers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2317.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Establishing a retired teachers instant lottery scratch-off game - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2320.  By Del. Howell, Upson, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, C., Sypolt and Higginbotham - Allowing nonmembers of a political party to request that party’s partisan ballot at a primary election - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2321.  By Del. Overington - Requiring private clubs to be closed from two o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock a.m. on weekdays - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2322.  By Del. Upson and Blair - Prohibiting sex offender registrants from having Halloween related contact with children - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2323.  By Del. McGeehan, Howell, Shott and Frich - Exempting social security benefits from personal income tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 2324.  By Del. Fast - Requiring that patching repair of hard surfaced roads, highways and streets be by use of mechanical rollers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2325.  By Del. Fast - Limiting supervision of laying of lines on state rights-of-way - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 2326.  By Del. Rohrbach, Pushkin, Fleischauer, Lovejoy and Sypolt - West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2327.  By Del. Fleischauer and Cooper - Protecting consumers from surprise bills by health care providers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2328.  By Del. Sponaugle - Exempting Class X vehicles from the tax provisions of this section - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2330.  By Del. Hamilton - Prohibiting the sale of paraphernalia designed or marketed for use with controlled substances - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2331.  By Del. Rowe, Rohrbach and Fleischauer - Raising the legal age for purchase of tobacco and tobacco products - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2332.  By Del. Rowe, Fluharty and Sobonya - Requiring the Library Commission to survey the libraries of the state and develop a ten year plan for construction and maintenance of public libraries - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2334.  By Del. McGeehan - Relating to school curricular standards and assessments - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2335.  By Del. Overington, Rowan and Frich - Protecting academic freedom in higher education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2336.  By Del. Eldridge - Reducing the number of pupils per school nurses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2339.  By Del. Howell and Statler - Intrastate Coal and Use Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2340.  By Del. Statler, Maynard, Upson, Hill, Higginbotham, Ward and Williams - Relating to performance metrics for the West Virginia Division of Highways - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2350.  By Del. Pyles, Statler and Frich - Deleting the language that remitted a portion of the alcoholic beverage tax to municipalities - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2352.  By Del. Statler, Westfall, Maynard, Upson, Hill, Kessinger, Higginbotham, Ward and Williams - Relating to the criminal offense of desecration of graves and vandalizing cemeteries - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2353.  By Del. Statler, Maynard, Espinosa, Upson, Hill, Higginbotham, Ward and Williams - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to develop a formula for allocating road funds among districts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2354.  By Del. Statler, Maynard, Upson, Hill, Kessinger, Higginbotham, Ward and Williams - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to develop a statewide communications plan known as the Comprehensive Public Involvement Plan - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2355.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Canestraro, Lovejoy, Thompson, Hicks, Robinson, Isner, Evans, E. and Fluharty - Repealing the West Virginia Workplace Freedom Act and restoring prior law - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary then Finance

 

 2356.  By Del. Pyles - Relating to the approval of the Historic Landmarks Commission - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2357.  By Del. Pyles - Relating to the power of local government authorities to regulate vehicular traffic within their borders - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2358.  By Del. Sponaugle and Fluharty - Exempting a percentage of social security benefits from personal income tax - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 2361.  By Del. Hamilton, Wagner, Statler, Evans, A., Ambler, Romine, R., Eldridge, Lynch, Ferro, Pethtel and Rowe - Relating to the surcharge on fire and casualty insurance policies - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2362.  By Del. Cooper - Relating to the beginning and expiration of hunting and fishing licenses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2363.  By Del. Cooper, Howell, Ambler and Rowan - Requiring that a state employee with a commercial driver’s license have a current medical evaluation certification - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2365.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Statler, Cowles, Gearheart, Butler, Eldridge, Lynch and Frich - Relating to outdoor advertising regulated by the Commissioner of Highways - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2368.  By Del. Moye, Hornbuckle, Cooper, Rowan, Hartman and Boggs - Relating to candidates for professional employee positions involving supervision of a county transportation department - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2370.  By Del. Moye, Hornbuckle, Ambler, Cooper, Rowan, Hartman, Boggs, Brewer, Wagner, Pethtel and Westfall - Restoring the ability of new hires to use accrued annual and sick leave for retirement service credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2371.  By Del. Pushkin, Fluharty and Sponaugle - Relating to consumer protection of new manufactured home warranties - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2372.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Canestraro, Lovejoy, Thompson, Hicks, Robinson, Isner, Evans, E. and Fluharty - Reestablishing prevailing wages for certain state government contracts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2374.  By Del. Statler, Westfall, Maynard, Upson, Hill, Kessinger, Higginbotham and Ward - Requiring schools post signs displaying the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2375.  By Del. Moore, Hill, Martin, Dean, Paynter, Upson and Atkinson - Establishing a Small Business Empowerment and Economic Expansion Program providing tax relief to newly-established small businesses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2377.  By Del. McGeehan, Gearheart and Folk - Requiring an official declaration of war or an action to call forth the West Virginia National Guard by the United States Congress - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 2378.  By Del. Rowe, Pushkin and Fleischauer - Providing school days to register and transport students to vote - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2379.  By Del. Howell - Providing a special method for valuation of certain wireless technology property for property taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018

 

*2383.  By Del. Overington, Foster, Frich, Hamilton, Rowan and Sobonya - Providing for the redistricting office of the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to propose redistricting plans during census years - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 2385.  By Del. Ferro, Pethtel, Hamilton and Caputo - Reallocating and dedicating up to $30 million to the natural gas and oil severance tax revenues annually to the natural gas and oil-producing counties of origin - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2386.  By Del. Ferro, Storch, Canestraro, Hamilton, Romine, R., Diserio, Rowe, Ambler, Robinson and Cooper - Exempting recipients of the distinguished Purple Heart medal from payment of the vehicle registration fee - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2390.  By Del. Phillips, Marcum, Rodighiero, Eldridge, Miller, R., Maynard, Paynter, Hartman, Blair, Hamilton and Overington - Providing death penalty for first degree murder - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2391.  By Del. Upson and Blair - Establishing an arborists program for inmates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2395.  By Del. Fluharty, Pushkin and Miley - Prohibiting chairmen of state political parties during or up to one year after the termination of their employment as chairmen of those political parties from registering as lobbyists - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2396.  By Del. Folk and Gearheart - Requiring the circuit court, when appointing counsel for alleged protected persons, to make appointments from a listing of all interested attorneys in the circuit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2399.  By Del. Sponaugle, Marcum and Pushkin - Creating the West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2400.  By Del. Sponaugle, Hornbuckle and Phillips - Reducing federal adjusted gross income for volunteer fire department and rescue squad members - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2403.  By Del. Rowan, Cooper, Moye and Fast - Permitting county boards of education to accumulate instructional days and use them when needed - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2406.  By Del. Caputo - Providing an increase in compensation for natural resources police officers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2407.  By Del. Caputo and Moye - Requiring that State Police officers be compensated for time when they are required to be on standby and providing a stipend for housing cost for certain officers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2408.  By Del. Overington, Gearheart, Westfall, Phillips, Foster, Fast, Dean, Wilson and Rowan - Relating to the death penalty for first degree murder - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2410.  By Del. Folk - Relating to public sewage services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2411.  By Del. Fast - Relating to Public Defender Services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2413.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Shott, Upson, Martin, Householder and Howell - Requiring the comprehensive annual financial report to be published by the end of December - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2414.  By Del. Caputo - Allowing quarterly payment of real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2416.  By Del. Pyles, Upson, Romine, C. and Longstreth - Increasing the tax credits allowed for rehabilitation of certified historic structures - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2417.  By Del. Pyles and Lynch - Exempting from personal income tax the entirety of any income received under the federal Social Security system for certain persons - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 2418.  By Del. Pyles - Prohibiting the performing of an onychectomy or flexor tendonectomy procedure on a cat - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2423.  By Del. Howell, Rohrbach, Shott, Ward, Dean, Wilson and Atkinson - Relating to the criminal offense of therapeutic deception - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2425.  By Del. Howell, Rohrbach, Frich, Blair, Kelly, Anderson and Gearheart - Authorizing licensees authorized to sell growlers of nonintoxicating beer to offer complimentary samples - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2429.  By Del. Overington, Wilson, Paynter, Frich, Lane, Butler, Sobonya, Folk, Fast and Higginbotham - Granting tax credits for parents and legal guardians whose children are in a home schooling program or private school - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2432.  By Del. Rowan, Romine, R., Overington, Hamilton, Phillips, Moye, Kelly, Pethtel, Rohrbach, Lynch and Ferro - Barring persons who are convicted of certain criminal offenses from acquiring property from their victims - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2433.  By Del. Blair and Gearheart - Authorizing operators of a distillery or mini-distillery to offer for purchase and consumption liquor on the premises - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2434.  By Del. Howell, Fast, Hanshaw, Kessinger, Hill, Lynch and Ambler - Relating to reevaluation of land damaged as a result of natural disaster - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2435.  By Del. Walters - Relating to the disqualification of an employee for unemployment benefits - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

 

 2436.  By Del. Gearheart, Butler and Folk - Suspending the implementation of the school aid formula until the year 2021 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2441.  By Del. Wilson, Moore, McGeehan, Maynard, Paynter, Dean, Martin and Atkinson - Permitting honorably discharged veterans to hunt, trap or fish in this state without first obtaining a license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2443.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Upson, Wilson, Paynter, Higginbotham, Blair and Martin - Establishing academic standards and assessment methods - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2462.  By Del. Cowles and Rowan - Relating to the compensation of personnel employed at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2463.  By Del. Cowles - Forfeiture Reporting Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2464.  By Del. Cowles - Relating to disclaimers and exclusions of warranties in consumer transactions for goods - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

 2477.  By Del. Statler, Hill, Higginbotham, Williams, Pyles and Foster - Developing a special hiring procedure for personnel positions in the Division of Highways - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

 

 2480.  By Del. Phillips - Changing the way counties pay for regional jail inmates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2481.  By Del. Hicks - Creating tax credits for new and/or existing small businesses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

*2483.  By Del. Eldridge, Butler, Rohrbach, Miller, R., Sobonya and Iaquinta - Requiring the Division of Juvenile Services to transfer to a correctional facility or regional jail any juvenile in its custody that has been transferred to adult jurisdiction of the circuit court and who reaches his or her eighteenth birthday - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 2488.  By Del. Gearheart, Butler, Folk and Frich - Relating to the forfeiture of unencumbered funds in special revenue accounts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2489.  By Del. Gearheart, Butler, Folk and Frich - Requiring a transfer from reappropriated revenue accounts to General Revenue Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2493.  By Del. Hollen, Criss, Cooper and Harshbarger - Granting a veteran with a hundred percent service-connected disability a $10,000 exemption from the assessed value for one vehicle - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2498.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Caputo, Storch, Brewer, Canestraro, Pushkin, Miller, R., Robinson and Hicks - Creating a rebuttable presumption that development of certain cancers by professional or volunteer firefighters arose out of the course of employment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2508.  By Del. Hicks - Creating tax credits for small businesses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2510.  By Del. Eldridge and Hicks - Permitting certain surface owners to purchase gas at market rates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2511.  By Del. Fleischauer and Hornbuckle - Establishing an industrial water extraction fee - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2512.  By Del. McGeehan - Streamlining the process of abandoned mineral interests - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2514.  By Del. Howell - Creating a special motor vehicle collector license plate - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2515.  By Del. Howell - West Virginia Monument and Memorial Protection Act of 2017 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2517.  By Del. Fleischauer, Fast, Statler and Frich - Requiring licensees authorized to serve alcoholic liquors or nonintoxicating beer to have certain liability insurance coverage - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2521.  By Del. Summers, Sobonya, Hollen, Rohrbach and Dean - Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Compact - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2523.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Paynter, Wilson, Gearheart, Phillips and Dean - Eliminating the certificate of need program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2524.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson, Blair, Shott, Howell, Overington, Wilson and Householder - Improving the focus on school-level continuous improvement processes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2528.  By Del. Hicks - Requiring the amount of child support to be paid is effective from the date the petition for the modification was filed - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2531.  By Del. Walters - Allowing military personnel and reservists the additional five-year period to enter upon or recover land already allowed to infants and the insane - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 2534.  By Del. Fleischauer - Authorizing local units of government to adopt local energy efficiency partnership programs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/2018

 

 2537.  By Del. Kelly, Criss, Wagner, Ward, Atkinson, Cooper, Rowan, Romine, R. and Harshbarger - Relating to disability pensions of municipal employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2539.  By Del. Evans, A., Hamilton, Ambler, Romine, R., Frich, Sponaugle and Rowan - Permitting a housing authority to garnish delinquent rents and other amounts owed to the authority from the renter’s income tax refund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2543.  By Del. Butler, Gearheart, Maynard, Harshbarger, Paynter and Sobonya - Preventing the State Board of Education from implementing common core academic standards and assessments - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

*2546.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Howell, Wilson, Fast, Zatezalo, Kelly, Harshbarger, Maynard and Walters - Allowing replacement costs of employer provided property to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck if the property is not returned - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 1/29/2018 - To Senate 1/30/2018 - To Workforce - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To Governor 2/19/18 - Approved by Governor 2/23/18

 

 2547.  By Del. Rodighiero, Lynch, Eldridge and Frich - Relating to grandparent’s rights - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2553.  By Del. Summers and Evans, A. - Relating to an exemption from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax for sales of services and tangible personal property related to the activities of raising and training livestock - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2554.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Frich, Cowles, Wilson, Harshbarger and Maynard - West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 2556.  By Del. Hamrick, Phillips, Folk, Paynter, Overington, Gearheart and Wilson - Requiring the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to prepare a “Coercive Federal Funds Report” on each budget bill - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2557.  By Del. Kelly, Criss, Cooper, Rowan, Romine, R., Harshbarger, Hollen, Deem, Higginbotham, Anderson and Zatezalo - Relating to tuition and fees at community and technical colleges - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2563.  By Del. Howell and Ambler - Relating to complimentary samples of nonintoxicating beer or nonintoxicating craft beer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2566.  By Del. Thompson, Evans, E. and Lovejoy - West Virginia Fresh Food Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018

 

 2567.  By Del. Thompson - Relating to failure to maintain state and public roads - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2568.  By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Maynard, Marcum, Hicks, Dean, Martin and Frich - Making the Holy Bible the official state book of West Virginia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2571.  By Del. Rowan, Romine, R., Cooper, Hamilton, Wagner, Moye, Rohrbach, Kelly and Rodighiero - Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s expressive and receptive language acquisition - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2572.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson, Cowles, Blair, Overington, Fast and Higginbotham - Providing for the authorization and oversight of public charter schools - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2575.  By Del. Cowles, Moore and Marcum - Relating to disqualification for unemployment benefits - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2580.  By Del. Higginbotham, Cooper, Anderson, Deem, Moore and Overington - Relating to damages for medical monitoring - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2581.  By Del. Anderson, Paynter, Overington, Harshbarger, Frich, Cowles, Blair, Higginbotham and Atkinson - Relating to admissibility of certain evidence in a civil action for damages - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2583.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson, Cowles, Blair, Overington, Paynter, Fast and Higginbotham - Relating to limitations on the use of wages and agency shop fees by employers and labor organization for political activities - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2591.  By Del. Atkinson, Hill, Ward, Kelly, Moore, Harshbarger, Ambler, Cooper, Hollen, Westfall and Kessinger - Small Business Tax Credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 2/2/2018

 

 2592.  By Del. Canestraro, Isner, Lovejoy and Hollen - Annual retirement annuity adjustment West Virginia State Police Retirement System - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2593.  By Del. Canestraro, Isner, Lovejoy and Marcum - Relating to the placement of juvenile status offenders - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2597.  By Del. Moye, Hornbuckle, Diserio, Marcum, Isner, Canestraro, Lovejoy, Caputo and Lynch - Campaign Advertising Fairness Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2599.  By Del. Statler, Hill and Hanshaw - Relating to safety of tow trucks, wreckers, and tilt-bed vehicles - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

 

 2600.  By Del. Folk, Anderson, Hamilton, Evans, E. and Pethtel - Relating to the Municipal Police and Fire Retirement System - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2604.  By Del. Folk, Anderson, Hamilton and Evans, E. - Relating to employee information reported to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*2607.  By Del. Canestraro - Extending the maximum period of confinement a judge may impose for certain, first-time probationary violations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018

 

 2608.  By Del. Statler - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to contract with private providers or contractors for certain emergency maintenance operations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2611.  By Del. Phillips - Allowing a person to be both a limited video lottery operator and retailer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2612.  By Del. Walters, Howell, Summers, Fluharty and Frich - Repealing section relating to unattended motor vehicles and penalties - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018 - Passed House 2/2/2018 - To Senate 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To Governor 2/16/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

 2613.  By Del. Phillips, Frich, Foster, Sponaugle, Maynard, Gearheart, McGeehan, Overington, Paynter and Blair - Allowing state, county or municipal employees with a license to carry a concealed weapon to possess a firearm at any time in this state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2614.  By Del. Phillips, Eldridge, Barrett, Miller, C., Maynard, Marcum, White and Rodighiero - Prohibiting health care practitioners from knowingly and in bad faith prescribing or administering drugs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2615.  By Del. Pushkin, Rowe, Caputo and Robinson - Providing a tax credit for obtaining certain certifications by the United States Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design green building rating system - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2616.  By Del. Brewer, Ferro, Moye, Longstreth, Caputo, Hartman, Evans, E., Sponaugle, Diserio and Pyles - Decreasing the personal income tax rates for certain taxpayers and raising the personal income tax rates for certain other taxpayers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2623.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Brewer, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Rowe, Robinson, Blair and Pethtel - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age or sexual orientation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2625.  By Del. Brewer, Ferro, Caputo, McGeehan, Iaquinta, Diserio, Longstreth, Lynch, Williams, Kelly and Hornbuckle - Returning Veterans and Displaced Miners Jobs Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2626.  By Del. Ferro, Hamilton, Cooper, Canestraro, Brewer, Storch, Iaquinta, Lynch, Longstreth and Evans, A. - Extending the expiration of driver's licenses for active military members' spouses - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2627.  By Del. Statler, Phillips, Dean, Wagner and McGeehan - Requiring that open hunting season for big game begin on a Saturday - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2632.  By Del. Rodighiero, Thompson, Eldridge, Lovejoy, Hicks, Marcum and Canestraro - Allowing children in the custody of the state in any foster home, group home or other facility or residence to hunt and fish without a license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2633.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Paynter, Miley, Barrett, Phillips and Wilson - Requiring state institutions of higher education to conduct Phase 3 clinical research studies for any cancer treatment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Health and Human Resources

 

 2635.  By Del. Deem - Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2638.  By Del. Martin, Wilson, Dean, Evans, A., Paynter, Hill and Maynard - Relating to county commissions authorizing reasonable fees charged for fire department or fire company response - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2641.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Eldridge, Love, Brewer, Ambler, Pethtel, Rowan, Wilson and Cooper - Relating to pension benefits exempt from state income taxation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018

 

 2647.  By Del. Westfall, Frich, Butler, Espinosa, Hill, Kessinger, Higginbotham, Paynter, Overington and Anderson - Preventing compensatory damage awards for medical expenses from including sums that the claimant has not and will not pay - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2648.  By Del. Sypolt, Rowan, Westfall, Evans, A., Upson, Miller, C., Sobonya, Storch, Rohrbach, Hollen and Frich - Increasing penalties for manufacturing or transportation of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2649.  By Del. Hamilton, Cooper, Maynard, Wilson, Moore, Frich, Hill, Shott and Sypolt - Adding violations of law upon which a public servant’s retirement plan may be forfeited - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary

 

*2654.  By Del. Statler, Miley, Evans, E., Pethtel, Williams, Upson and Frich - Expanding county commissions’ ability to dispose of county or district property - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18

 

*2655.  By Del. Upson, Blair, Espinosa, Householder, Longstreth, Robinson, Sobonya, Phillips, Hill and Higginbotham - Defining and establishing the crime of cyberbullying - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 2659.  By Del. Brewer, Diserio, Pethtel, Ferro, Iaquinta, Miller, R., Boggs, Rodighiero, Caputo, Miley and Moye - Reestablishing prevailing wages for certain state government contracts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2661.  By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Diserio, Ambler, Westfall, Dean, Marcum and Phillips - Permitting recreational gold mining - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018

 

*2662.  By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Paynter, Maynard, Evans, A., Hamilton, Hicks, Eldridge and Rodighiero - Prohibiting the waste of game animals, game birds or game fish - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Natural Resources

 

 2665.  By Del. Evans, A. and Romine, R. - Requiring a person restraining a mentally ill or mentally challenged person in a "four point restraint" to administer sedation by injection at the time the patient is secured - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2666.  By Del. Hicks, Rohrbach, Miller, R., Eldridge, Thompson, Marcum, Lovejoy and Hornbuckle - Providing for security of private, employer-sponsored insurance and/or retirement plans - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2670.  By Del. Lane, Fluharty, Miller, R., Canestraro, Diserio, Evans, E., Love, Barrett, Sponaugle and Caputo - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age or sexual orientation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*2693.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Paynter, Ambler, Butler, Romine, R., Rodighiero, Eldridge and Hornbuckle - Relating to state ownership of wildlife - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*2694.  By Del. Hamrick, Gearheart, Zatezalo, Howell, Atkinson, Ward, Williams, Statler, Moye, Sobonya and Butler - Relating to the development and implementation of a program to facilitate commercial sponsorship of rest areas - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2695.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Thompson, Moye, Hamilton, Hicks, Eldridge, Rohrbach, Miller, C., Lovejoy and Romine, C. - Creating a pilot program for expansion of school-based mental health and school-based diversion - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

*2696.  By Del. Hamilton, Romine, R., Evans, A., Eldridge, Wagner, Rowan, Wilson, Love and Frich - Relating to crossbow hunting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2697.  By Del. Boggs - Establishing regional recreation authorities and areas - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2698.  By Del. Deem - Providing certain notice to civil service exempt employees dismissed from employment due to change in administration - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/12/2018

 

 2699.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Paynter, Ambler, Butler, Lynch, Iaquinta, Romine, R., Rodighiero and McGeehan - Making information about Division of Natural Resources licensees exempt from the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2703.  By Del. Upson, Sypolt, Wilson, Dean and Foster - Providing that the court allocate time equally between parents - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2708.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Paynter, Ambler, Butler, Brewer, Iaquinta, Romine, R., Rowan and Eldridge - Relating to a lawful method for a developmentally disabled person to purchase a base hunting license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary then Finance - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018

 

 2710.  By Del. Hill, Kessinger, Martin, Dean, Wilson, Sobonya, Blair and Miller, C. - Including unborn child or fetus in statute setting criminal penalties for child neglect resulting in death - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2712.  By Del. Wilson, Paynter, Maynard, Criss, Kelly, Dean and Folk - Permitting persons who have been issued state licenses to carry concealed deadly weapons to carry those weapons on the grounds of the State Capitol Complex - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2713.  By Del. Wilson, Paynter, Hill, Kelly, Higginbotham, Dean, Folk, Gearheart and Maynard - Permitting the carrying of concealed weapons on the campus of a state institution of higher education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2714.  By Del. Wilson, Paynter, Maynard, Criss, Higginbotham, Dean and Folk - Permitting a firearm or other deadly weapon on or in a private primary or secondary education building, structure or facility - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2715.  By Del. Wilson, Phillips, Paynter, Higginbotham, Dean and Maynard - Establishing procedures for carrying out the death sentence - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2716.  By Del. Ward, Howell, McGeehan, Miley, Wilson, Paynter, Frich and Butler - Imposing an indefinite moratorium on new business and occupancy or privilege taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2723.  By Del. Howell, Blair, Maynard, Paynter, Hill, Queen, Criss and Ward - Relating to primary elections for nonpartisan offices including Justices of the Supreme Court, circuit court judges, family court judges, and magistrates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2727.  By Del. Pushkin, Higginbotham, Hornbuckle, Shott, Miley, Hanshaw, Rowe, Lane, Fleischauer, Byrd and Robinson - Providing an identification card for released inmates who do not have a West Virginia identification card or driver’s license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/22/2018

 

 2742.  By Del. Fleischauer, Lynch, Boggs, Sponaugle, Hornbuckle, Bates, Marcum, Rodighiero, Hicks and Moye - School Consolidation Task Force - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2743.  By Del. Rohrbach, Sobonya, Romine, C., Miller, C., Butler, Queen, Hill, Kessinger, Dean, Fast and Rowan - Requiring the release of an unemancipated minor's medical records for drug testing - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 2745.  By Del. Miller, R., Robinson, Lane and Rowe - Adding the examination of Advanced Care Technician - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/14/2018

 

 2751.  By Del. Fluharty, Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Storch, Barrett, Sponaugle, White, Bates, Canestraro, Wilson and Pushkin - Legalizing sport pool betting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2754.  By Del. Ambler, Butler, Harshbarger and Cooper - Relating to fire fees on nonresidents of a municipality - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2755.  By Del. Howell, Lovejoy, Rohrbach and Rowe - Requiring a seller of real property satisfy upon closing any unpaid charges owed - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018

 

 2756.  By Del. Cooper, Maynard, Paynter, Harshbarger, Moore, Ambler, Miller, C. and Nelson - Making Promise scholarships available for students pursuing certificates or degrees through an accredited community and technical college - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2757.  By Del. Lane, Criss, Foster, Kessinger, Moore and Sobonya - Relating to Medical Professional Liability - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2761.  By Del. Thompson, Caputo, Miller, R., Moye, Hornbuckle and Marcum - Relating to qualifications of paraprofessionals, autism mentors and braille or sign support specialists - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2768.  By Del. Evans, A. - Modifying the penalties imposed on debt collectors who violate the provisions of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2769.  By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Wilson, Folk, Cooper, Zatezalo, McGeehan, Romine, C., Maynard and Butler - Relating to the preservation of rights guaranteed by the West Virginia Constitution and the United States Constitution when deciding the comity of a legal decision in a foreign country - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2772.  By Del. Brewer, Storch, Diserio, Ferro, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Caputo, Eldridge, Maynard and Robinson - Requiring welders working in the State of West Virginia to meet certain certification requirements - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization

 

 2777.  By Del. Deem - Requiring all unclaimed oil and gas royalties due a leaseholder of the mineral estate shall be transferred and paid to the legal surface owner - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2778.  By Del. Walters - Relating to licensure of behavioral health centers and behavioral health consumer rights - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2780.  By Del. Miller, R., Rohrbach, Lovejoy, Ferro, Canestraro, Maynard, Marcum, Eldridge and Robinson - Clarifying existing language for those first responders who die as a direct result of their duties - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2786.  By Del. Moye, Lynch, Miley, Pyles, Fleischauer, Marcum, Isner, Romine, R., Ambler and Cooper - Authorizing the Public Service Commission to regulate the billing practices of utilities and other entities that utilize wired or wireless transmission - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2787.  By Del. Thompson, Rohrbach, Moye, Dean, Hicks, Marcum and Rodighiero - Creating an additional class of special education classroom aides - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2790.  By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Transferring the Division of Forestry from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Agriculture - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 2795.  By Del. Evans, A., Romine, R., Hamilton and Rowan - Clarifying a director of a multicounty vocational technical school is a principal - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

*2799.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Kessinger, Hill, Cowles, Fast, Miller, R. and Isner - Prohibiting the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018 - Passed House 1/30/2018 - To Senate 1/31/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 2802.  By Del. Rohrbach and Hicks - Permitting inspectors working within the Division of Dealer Services of the Division of Motor Vehicles to carry a concealed weapon on duty - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2808.  By Del. Summers, Atkinson, Rohrbach and Shott - The West Virginia Assisted Outpatient Treatment Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2809.  By Del. Statler, Moye, Hill and Kessinger - Relating to basic state aid to public education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018

 

 2810.  By Del. Rowe - Creating a litigation practice license for social workers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2812.  By Del. Rohrbach, Foster, Hanshaw and Boggs - Office of Rural Health Policy - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2817.  By Del. Walters - Providing for the reduction of the unfunded liability in the teachers retirement system over a 30 year period - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2818.  By Del. Fast, Kessinger and Hill - Prohibiting West Virginia institutions of higher learning and state agencies from discriminating against graduates of private, nonpublic or home schools by requiring them to submit to alternative testing - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2821.  By Del. Boggs, Sponaugle, Hartman, Evans, A., Anderson, Hamilton and Romine, C. - West Virginia Farm-to-Food Bank Tax Credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2822.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Ward, Storch, Martin, Hill and Paynter - Allowing honorably discharged veterans who possess certain military ratings to qualify to take an examination for licensing as a plumber, electrician, and sprinkler fitter - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Military

 

 2823.  By Del. Miley, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Isner, Hornbuckle, Evans, E., Barrett, Williams and Robinson - Establishing a statewide call-in center to receive assistance with healthcare - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2824.  By Del. Lynch, Hartman, Iaquinta, Ferro, Cooper, Caputo, Boggs, Diserio and Romine, R. - Exempting State Teachers Retirement System pension benefits from West Virginia personal income taxation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2825.  By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Upson, Rohrbach, Shott, Hornbuckle, Lovejoy and Hicks - Requiring state institutions of higher education adopt policies concerning sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2826.  By Del. Walters - Eliminating provisions and repealing statutes related to the West Virginia Health Information Network - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2829.  By Del. Rowe, Pyles, Byrd, Phillips, Lane and Robinson - Establishing a toll-free phone line for receipt of comments from the public about state programs and services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*2831.  By Del. Gearheart and Frich - Relating to the reconstitution of the Driver’s Licensing Advisory Board - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/16/2018 - Passed House 1/31/2018 - To Senate 2/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 2/14/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 2/20/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 2836.  By Del. Howell, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Martin, Criss and Sypolt - Allowing the owner of an antique military vehicle to display alternate registration insignia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2837.  By Del. Howell, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Martin, Criss, Rohrbach and Fast - Relating to the collection of municipal sales tax by vendors of goods and services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2838.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Foster, Martin and Criss - Allowing military veterans who meet certain qualifications to qualify for examination for license as an emergency medical technician - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Health and Human Resources - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Military then Health and Human Resources - To Military 1/25/2018

 

*2841.  By Del. Howell, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Foster, Martin and Criss - Requiring board members to have attended a board meeting to be compensated for the meeting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018 - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 2842.  By Del. Hornbuckle, White, Romine, C., Rohrbach, Miller, C., Blair, Canestraro and Lovejoy - Authorizing a temporary foreign brewers import license - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2843.  By Del. Fast, Kessinger, Hill, Howell and Ward - Permitting Class III municipalities to be included in the West Virginia Tax Increment Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/23/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2845.  By Del. Lane, Byrd, Robinson, Rowe, Pushkin, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Canestraro, Lovejoy, Fast and Deem - Establishing that the Division of Corrections is responsible for the costs of housing and maintaining an inmate the day following an inmate’s conviction - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/25/2018

 

 2847.  By Del. Fleischauer, Rodighiero, Sobonya, McGeehan, Butler, Householder, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Hornbuckle and Longstreth - Relating to the state’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Intellectual/Developmental Disability Waiver - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2848.  By Del. Rowan, Sypolt, Rohrbach, Maynard, Boggs, Graves, Paynter, Pyles, Lynch, Eldridge and Martin - Livable Home Tax Credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance - To House Finance 2/9/2018

 

 2849.  By Del. Folk, Wilson, Paynter, Gearheart, Martin and Hill - Providing that the compensation level of the Chancellor for Higher Education may be no more than the salary of the Governor - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2853.  By Del. Rowan - Relating to more equitable disbursement of funds to county boards - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2855.  By Del. Upson - Relating to care, custody and visitation of pets involved in separation and divorce proceedings - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2858.  By Del. Rowe - Creating a loan tuition forgiveness program to encourage students in selected and necessary fields to remain in the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2861.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Kessinger and Lane - Authorizing a medical power of attorney representative to sign a binding arbitration agreement - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2862.  By Del. Fluharty and Miley - Establishing the “Stay in State” tax credit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 2863.  By Del. Fluharty and Fleischauer - Prohibiting use of a person's credit history in certain insurance transactions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2865.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, Zatezalo, Kessinger, Phillips, Butler, Wilson and McGeehan - Relating to erroneous tax assessments and overpayments to the county - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2866.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to social determinants of health - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2867.  By Del. Hamilton, Miley, Pyles, Romine, R., Iaquinta, Pethtel and Williams - Increasing penalties for failure to use due caution when approaching an emergency vehicle - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2868.  By Del. Hanshaw - Relating generally to Uniform Unclaimed Property Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2869.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Providing for paid leave for certain state officers and employees during a declared state of emergency - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/17/2018 - To Senate 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate receded and passed 3/10/2018

 

 2871.  By Del. Walters - Eliminating the mandated employer versus employee cost share of eighty percent employer, twenty percent employee for Public Employee Insurance Agency - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2872.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson, Moore, Wilson, Zatezalo, Householder, Dean, Blair and McGeehan - Relating to changes in distribution of net terminal income, excess net terminal income and excess lottery fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2873.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to alternate sentencing for nonviolent felony offenders - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2874.  By Del. Lynch, Longstreth, Moye, Marcum, Dean, Pyles, Iaquinta, Ferro, Williams and Phillips - Relating to the definition of Managed Timberland - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2884.  By Del. Overington, Moore, Householder, Espinosa, Cowles, Blair, Upson, Barrett, Frich and Wilson - Requiring funding by the West Virginia Library Commission to local libraries be based on the population served by each respective library - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2885.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Relating to designation of social workers in the Department of Health and Human Services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*2887.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson, Blair, Wilson, Cooper and Higginbotham - Relating to retirement and separation incentives - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - To House Finance 1/16/2018

 

 2888.  By Del. Howell, Phillips, Folk, Frich and Wilson - Removing the restriction on liquor licensees from having speakers outside or playing music outdoors - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*2889.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Storch, Ward, Maynard, Ferro, Lynch and Criss - Allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examinations required of probationary police officer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*2890.  By Del. Lovejoy, Sobonya, Romine, C., Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Isner and Miller, C. - Establishing a Library Facilities Improvement Fund that will serve to support library facilities construction, maintenance and improvement projects - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2891.  By Del. Miller, R., Canestraro, Hollen, Marcum, Robinson, Eldridge and Isner - Including electronic communications to and from inmates with the types of communications that the Division of Corrections currently monitors and may record - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2892.  By Del. Folk and McGeehan - Removing requirement that persons who pass the bar in West Virginia be members of the West Virginia State Bar in order to practice - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2894.  By Del. Hill, Martin, Atkinson and Caputo - Relating to the collection of taxes on wine and intoxicating liquors - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2895.  By Del. Brewer, Ferro, Boggs, Caputo, Moye, Eldridge, Hartman, Diserio, Williams and Rodighiero - Restoring employees’ rights associated with agreeing to be represented by a labor organization - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2896.  By Del. Foster, Lane, Paynter, Butler, Rowe and Criss - Requiring a warning light to be erected on certain roads to warn of a traffic light ahead - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2901.  By Del. Sponaugle, Caputo, Hartman, Phillips, McGeehan, Evans, A., Longstreth, Iaquinta, Butler and Williams - Giving all honorably discharged veterans ten extra points when successfully completing a civil service examination - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2902.  By Del. Atkinson, Cooper, Ambler, Ward, Hollen, Sypolt, Kelly, Eldridge, Miller, R. and Criss - Requiring county school boards to provide adequate mental health and counseling services - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse

 

 2903.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Butler and Maynard - Limiting the maximum number of appointees to certain county and municipal bodies - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2907.  By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Fleischauer, Dean, Williams, Fluharty, Rohrbach and Rowan - Relating to real property option to purchase contracts executed with lease agreements - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2909.  By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Paynter, Howell, McGeehan, Gearheart, Miller, R. and Statler - Abolishing the office environmental advocate within the Department of Environmental Protection - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2914.  By Del. Fast - Relating to powers and duties of the Commissioner of Public Health - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources

 

 2915.  By Del. Lynch, Fast and Pyles - Relating to registration requirements of the sex offender registration act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*2916.  By Del. Pethtel, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Authorizing certain first responders to carry firearms - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 2918.  By Del. Byrd - Creating a felony penalty of life without mercy for the first degree murder of a law-enforcement officer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2921.  By Del. Rowe and Lynch - Establishing a website clearinghouse for sharing information about potential sources of revenue, financial, technical and legal assistance for government agencies - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 2922.  By Del. Barrett, Phillips, Blair, Maynard, Overington, Paynter and Householder - Reducing the cost of the fee for a state license to carry a concealed weapon - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2923.  By Del. Boggs, Evans, A., Miley, Cowles and Caputo - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to verify legal employment status of contractors and vendor’s employees for certain road and bridge contracts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 2924.  By Del. Boggs, Miley, Ambler, Blair, Queen, Fast, Hill and Moore - Relating to installation of conduit for fiber optic cable on state highway construction projects - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 2926.  By Del. Fast - Relating to the comprehensive statewide student assessment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2927.  By Del. Frich and Butler - Transferring certain revenues derived from racetrack video lottery and racetrack table games - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2929.  By Del. Zatezalo and McGeehan - Allowing an adjustment to gross income for calculating the personal income tax liability of certain retirees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2931.  By Del. Deem - Authorizing shut-in of oil and gas wells in West Virginia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2932.  By Del. Frich - Providing owner of conservation easement be given the right of first refusal - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2936.  By Del. Fast, Howell, Martin, Butler, Householder, Rowan, Harshbarger and Frich - Requiring purchases to be made at lowest retail price available at level of quality sought by the spending unit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2938.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Phillips, Blair, Wilson, Hanshaw, Overington, Paynter, Shott, Maynard and Miller, C. - Relating to deduction from jail sentence for litter cleanup - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/2018

 

 2940.  By Del. Rowe - Creating a tax credit for improving facades in historic districts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 2942.  By Del. Westfall and Frich - Prohibiting insurers from cancelling or failing to renew insurance policies do to the mere filing of a claim that was later denied - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2943.  By Del. Moore, Espinosa, Upson, Householder, Blair, Wilson, Zatezalo and McGeehan - Authorizing the Lottery Commission to introduce games whose winning tickets are determined by the outcome of a licensed horse race - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2944.  By Del. Barrett, Householder, Overington, Canestraro and Robinson - Requiring the Insurance Commissioner to regulate professional bondsmen - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2945.  By Del. Folk, Wilson, Paynter, McGeehan, Kessinger, Sobonya, Rodighiero, Marcum and Fast - Relating to exemptions from mandated immunizations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2946.  By Del. Butler, Criss, Hollen, Paynter, Kelly, Miller, C., Wilson, Frich, Sobonya, Cooper and Hill - The West Virginia Refugee Absorptive Capacity Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2947.  By Del. Rodighiero and Eldridge - Relating to salary increase for Regional Jail Authority employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2951.  By Del. Fleischauer, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Diserio, Rowe and Pyles - Assessing the health impact of any new, or modification to, rule proposed by the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2952.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to the right of municipalities and counties to buy real estate for delinquent taxes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2955.  By Del. Storch and Byrd - Relating to advance deposit wagering - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2956.  By Del. Boggs and Rowe - Establishing a new special revenue fund, designated the Adult Drug Court Participation Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2957.  By Del. Walters - Relating to labor; employer’s bond for wages - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2958.  By Del. Boggs and Phillips - Relating generally to development of infrastructure in the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2964.  By Del. Bates - Budget Stabilization Act of 2017 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2965.  By Del. Bates - Relating to Capitol Complex security access - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2968.  By Del. Thompson, Marcum, Rodighiero and Hicks - Requiring moneys collected from the sale of timber realized through management of the state-owned forests and parks be distributed on a pro rata basis - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2969.  By Del. Williams, Caputo, Ferro, Sponaugle, Fleischauer, Miley, Canestraro, Hornbuckle and Rowe - Increasing the minimum wage based upon increases in the consumer price index - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2971.  By Del. Cowles, Westfall, Kelly, Zatezalo and Boggs - Granting the State Auditor the authority to audit the books and records of local economic development authorities - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2974.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Williams, Lane, Fleischauer and Robinson - Relating to public school education in dating violence, domestic abuse and sexual violence prevention - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2975.  By Del. Caputo and Longstreth - Authorizing the change of charging 911 fees to land line telephone bills to being charged to electric bills - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2976.  By Del. Williams, Brewer, Caputo, Canestraro, Miller, R., Isner and Statler - Relating to the theft of consumer identity protections - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2977.  By Del. Williams, Barrett, Lynch, Sponaugle, Iaquinta and Frich - Pothole app and map - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

 

 2981.  By Del. Miley, Fluharty, Marcum, Brewer, Robinson, Love and Hartman - Limiting the number of days members of the Legislature may receive compensation during an extended and extraordinary session - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2982.  By Del. Upson - Relating to allowing draw games winners to remain anonymous - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*2983.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting priority to roadway construction, reconstruction and maintenance for roadways prone to recurring floods that hinder ingress and egress - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 2985.  By Del. Ward - Relating to taxes on beer and nonintoxicating beer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2988.  By Del. Miller, R. - Clarifying the penalties for embezzlement - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2990.  By Del. Sypolt, Ward and Paynter - Requiring continuous monitoring of air, noise, dust and particulates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2991.  By Del. Rowe, Frich, Caputo, Pyles and White - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to develop a state hotline for travelers to identify road hazards - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

 

 2992.  By Del. Wilson, Moore, Dean, Evans, A., Romine, R., Higginbotham and Martin - Relating to civil asset forfeiture - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 2993.  By Del. Wilson - Budget and Spending Transparency Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*2995.  By Del. Overington, Paynter and Kessinger - Permitting certain animal euthanasia technicians who have been certified by other states be certified animal euthanasia technicians in West Virginia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/5/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 2997.  By Del. Hanshaw and Fast - Relating generally to applied associate of science degrees that target workforce needs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 2999.  By Del. Rohrbach - Establishing a program for the licensing and regulation of out-patient substance abuse counseling programs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 3001.  By Del. Folk and McGeehan - Abolishing the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 3002.  By Del. Hill, Martin, Caputo, Fleischauer, Statler and Hamilton - Relating to special licenses for the retail sale of wine at festivals or fairs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3003.  By Del. Hill, Kessinger, Paynter, Maynard, Gearheart and Dean - Allocating disability or death benefits resulting from an occupational pneumoconiosis claim among the claimant’s employers on a proportional basis - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*3004.  By Del. Hill, Martin, Howell, Kessinger, Statler, Shott, McGeehan and Espinosa - Relating to filling vacancies in certain offices - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/16/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/1/2018 - To Governor 3/3/18

 

*3005.  By Del. Fast, Hanshaw, Overington, Kessinger and Gearheart - Relating to regulation of unmanned aircraft systems - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended on 3rd reading - Motion to table bill rejected - Passed House 1/25/2018 - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 3006.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Miller, C., Rohrbach, Sobonya and Fluharty - Exempting certain contracts between the Department of Health and Human Resources and West Virginia University, Marshall University or the School for Osteopathic Medicine from state purchasing requirements - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education

 

 3007.  By Del. Rowe - Requiring paving contracts for state highways to have special requirements to prevent potholes - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 3008.  By Del. Walters - Relating to eliminating county school systems and creating ten school districts - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 3010.  By Del. Sypolt, Ward, Paynter, Frich, Rowan and Sobonya - Making it a felony to knowingly expose another individual to HIV - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3011.  By Del. Ward, Caputo, McGeehan and Folk - Changing the determination of just compensation to be paid to the landowner when eminent domain is used for a pipeline - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 3012.  By Del. Fleischauer, Fluharty, Longstreth, Caputo, Pyles, Diserio, Love and Iaquinta - Family Protection Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 3013.  By Del. Hamrick, Howell, Butler, Blair, Gearheart, Queen, Maynard, Miller, C. and Storch - Requiring an inspection or inspections of any building prior to purchase or major renovation by the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018

 

 3014.  By Del. Rowan, Rohrbach, Sypolt, Lynch, Pyles, Kelly, Fleischauer and White - Prohibiting a person appointed agent under a power of attorney from exerting undue influence over the principal - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3015.  By Del. Kelly, Lane, Frich, Pyles and Williams - Requiring all commercial and professional drivers  be fingerprinted and undergo a background check - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 3016.  By Del. Ambler, Cooper and Harshbarger - Relating to domestic violence victims' eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3017.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Providing that a person when being attacked in a place that is not his or her home should retreat instead of using deadly force - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3019.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Relating to the West Virginia Contraband Forfeiture Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*3020.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cowles, Ambler, Boggs, Paynter, Atkinson, Kessinger, Eldridge, Statler and Overington - Relating to criminal penalties for the offenses of hunting, trapping or fishing on the lands of another person - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3021.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Lovejoy, Rowan, Lynch, Miller, C. and Sobonya - Relating to insurance coverage for breast cancer screening - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 3023.  By Del. Barrett, Cooper, Rohrbach, Rowan, Moye, Westfall, Evans, E., Rowe, Romine, R. and Campbell - Relating to public school education assessment of students for dyslexia and dyscalculia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 3024.  By Del. Rohrbach, Sobonya, Miller, C. and Romine, C. - Limiting recoverable damages when a patient has been transferred from health care facility to another health care facility - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3025.  By Del. Lane, White, Rowe, Robinson, Byrd and Ward - Authorizing by ordinance a vacant building registration program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 3026.  By Del. Lane - Providing that a vehicle driver who injures a “vulnerable road user” is guilty of reckless driving - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 3027.  By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - Imposing a tax on cattle which is to be used to help fund the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018

 

 3031.  By Del. Miley, Iaquinta, Longstreth, Ward, Caputo, Romine, R. and Queen - Creating a state program allowing high school students advance to getting a college degree or technical training while in high school - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 3033.  By Del. Sponaugle, Barrett, McGeehan and Folk - Relating to the procedures for driver’s license suspension and revocation in criminal proceedings for driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 3034.  By Del. Atkinson - Exempting military retirement income from personal income tax after specified date - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 3035.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Relating to the legalization of marijuana - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3036.  By Del. Walters - Allowing county boards of education to hire retired teachers - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 3039.  By Del. Sponaugle - Allowing municipalities to cancel elections when only one person is running for each office - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 3040.  By Del. Miller, C. - Creating a new court to be known as West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3041.  By Del. Walters - Relating to the classification plans for employees in the classified and classified-exempt service - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 3042.  By Del. Walters - Clarifying the intent of gas royalty leases which required not less than 1/8th (12.5%) of the total amount paid to, received by or delivered to the owner - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 3045.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Modifying the tax on soft drinks to only cover sugary drinks - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

 3051.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Appropriation Supremacy Act of 2017 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3052.  By Del. Kessinger, Upson, Sobonya, Rowan, Miller, C., Blair, Sypolt and Frich - Prohibiting state funding of abortions - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3054.  By Del. Sponaugle, Williams, Hartman and Lynch - Relating to a five percent bid preference on certain state contracts for businesses owned fifty-one percent by honorably discharged resident veterans - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 3056.  By Del. Overington, Rohrbach, Upson, Frich, Foster, Statler, Miller, C., Paynter, Moore and Sobonya - Relating to Promise scholarship program requirements for home schooled students - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

*3061.  By Del. Upson, Espinosa, Statler, Cooper, Rowan, Romine, R., Higginbotham, Hornbuckle, Thompson and Frich - Encouraging mastery-based education through the Innovation In Schools program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Education

 

 3065.  By Del. Butler - Adding the classification and base salaries of certain civilian employees of the West Virginia State Police Forensic Laboratory - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3067.  By Del. Fluharty, Hornbuckle, Pushkin, Canestraro and Bates - Legalizing interactive gaming - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3072.  By Del. Gearheart - Relating to ending transfers to the Licensed Racetrack Modernization Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3074.  By Del. Ambler, Wilson, Maynard, Paynter and Rowe - Increasing the volume of alcohol that nonintoxicating beer and nonintoxicating craft beer may contain - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3075.  By Del. Criss, Iaquinta, Williams, Pyles, Higginbotham, Dean, Hartman, Blair, Westfall and Butler - Licensing the practice of athletic training - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 3081.  By Del. Boggs, Bates, Westfall, Caputo, Howell, Romine, R., Phillips, Lane, Byrd and Anderson - Conducting a study to determine the amount of revenue to be derived from instituting tolls on I-70 and I-81 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 3082.  By Del. Walters - Establishing a different amount of annual leave for state employees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 3083.  By Del. Walters - Replacing annual and sick leave for state employees with personal leave - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 3084.  By Del. Barrett - Repealing the article of the code related to unfair trade practices - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3086.  By Del. Frich, Rohrbach, Lovejoy and Rowe - Relating to the West Virginia Economic Development Authority - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 3087.  By Del. Rowe - Economic and Community Development Task Force - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*3089.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Higginbotham, Upson, Cooper, Rowan, Harshbarger and Dean - Relating to the adoption of instructional resources for use in the public schools - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*3095.  By Del. Espinosa, Upson and Statler - Allowing retired teachers to be employed by a higher education institution - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - To House Finance 1/16/2018

 

 3097.  By Del. Butler and Kessinger - Codifying the application of the compelling interest test and strict scrutiny standard involving rights enumerated under the First Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3099.  By Del. Kelly, Zatezalo, Maynard, Sypolt and Higginbotham - Providing counties the power to establish a county sales tax under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 3101.  By Del. Atkinson, Harshbarger, Love, Lynch, Romine, R., Sponaugle and Evans, A. - Creating a misdemeanor for violation of catching, taking or killing fish within two hundred feet of agency personnel stocking fish into public waters - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*3104.  By Del. Howell and Iaquinta - Transfer of the West Virginia Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 3105.  By Del. Gearheart, Anderson, Frich, Butler and Miller, C. - Relating to the Licensed Racetrack Modernization Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance

 

*4001.  By Del. Fast, Higginbotham, Foster, McGeehan, Kessinger, Westfall, Martin, Ambler, Butler, Queen and Sypolt - Relating to eligibility and fraud requirements for public assistance - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Rereferred to Health and Human Resources on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4002.  By Del. Overington, Cowles, Moore, Hill, Romine, C., Deem, Hamilton, Jennings, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Maynard - Providing that all delegates shall be elected from one hundred single districts following the United States Census in 2020 - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4003.  By Del. Hollen, Romine, C., Moore, Rohrbach, Summers, Phillips, Hamilton, Storch, Sobonya, Sypolt and Capito - Reducing the use of certain prescription drugs - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4004.  By Del. Westfall, Frich and Ellington - Creating a new court to be known as West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals (original similar to SB 341) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4005.  By Del. Shott, Miller, C., Hanshaw, Lane, Zatezalo, Ellington, Sobonya, Deem, Capito, Romine, C. and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/18/2018 - To Senate 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4006.  By Del. Romine, R., Blair, Espinosa, Higginbotham, Cowles, Criss, Ellington, Hamrick, Westfall, Atkinson and Statler - Revising the processes through which professional development is delivered for those who provide public education - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/19/2018 - Amended - Motion to postpone indefinitely rejected - Passed House 1/31/2018 - To Senate 2/1/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4007.  By Del. Ellington, Moore, Jennings, Butler, Miller, C., Martin, Overington, Fast, Espinosa, Householder and Statler - Allowing home-schooled students to participate in secondary school extracurricular activities - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education

 

 4008.  By Del. Capito, Upson, Blair, Cowles, White, Espinosa, Ward, Foster, Summers, Statler and Harshbarger - Education Savings Account Act - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4009.  By Del. Rohrbach, Anderson, Cowles, Phillips, Kelly, Jennings, Atkinson, Harshbarger, Ellington, Lane and Maynard - State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability Act - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/13/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4010.  By Del. Jennings, Ward, Evans, A., Hollen, Fast, Ambler, Martin, Paynter, Rowan, Graves and Zatezalo - Providing no requirement to perform or host a marriage ceremony that does not conform to sincerely held religious beliefs - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/30/2018 - To Senate 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4011.  By Del. Hamrick, Phillips, Storch, Capito, Harshbarger, Kessinger, Householder, Criss, Paynter and Foster - Requiring agencies, when submitting a new rule or changes, to also identify two existing rules that could be repealed - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

 4012.  By Del. Kessinger, Martin, Rowan, Ward, Jennings, Fast, Romine, C., Hollen, Frich, Graves and Phillips - Amending the definition of medical services, so as to exclude abortion (original similar to SB417) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

*4013.  By Del. Hanshaw, Miller, C., Overington, Graves, Westfall, Anderson, Frich, Cooper, Atkinson, Romine, R. and Hollen - Clarifying venue in West Virginia state courts as it applies to nonresidents of the state - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/1/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/2/2018 - To conference 3/2/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4014.  By Del. Summers, Romine, R., Ellington, Rohrbach, Maynard, Householder, Miller, C., Cooper, Dean and Ambler - Relating to reorganization of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/7/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

*4015.  By Del. Howell, Criss, Hill, Hamrick, Statler, Queen, Blair, Summers, Sypolt, Moore and Storch - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies (original similar to HB4170) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4016.  By Del. Atkinson, Frich, Dean, Shott, Sypolt, Graves, Hamrick, White, Ward and Capito - Relating to combatting waste, fraud, and misuse of public funds through investigations, accountability and transparency - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

 4017.  By Del. Criss, Frich, Westfall, Pack, Ambler, Maynard, Atkinson, Ellington, Rowan and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Exempting percentages of social security benefits from personal income tax for certain taxpayers (original similar to HB4565) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Finance

 

*4019.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4020.  By Del. Hanshaw and Foster - Making technical corrections in the code when referencing chapter 49 - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/19/2018 - To Senate 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/5/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 2/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 2/8/2018 - Passed Senate 2/8/2018 - To Governor 2/14/18 - Approved by Governor 2/20/18

 

 4021.  By Del. Householder, Summers, Butler and Dean - Creating "Right to Shop" a process which permits a person to search for highest value health care - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*4022.  By Del. Hamrick, Butler, Barrett, Dean, Fast, Hollen, Lovejoy and Queen - Exempting the consumer sales and service tax and use tax for services for the repair, remodeling and maintenance of certain aircraft (original similar to SB131, SB311) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4023.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Dean and Butler - Relating to the regulation of dialysis technicians - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4024.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Sobonya, Atkinson, Dean, Hollen, Butler and Espinosa - Relating generally to direct cremation or direct burial expenses for indigent persons - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate receded and passed 3/7/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4025.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Sobonya, Atkinson, Butler and Dean - Permitting reciprocity for licensure as a pharmacy technician - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4026.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Atkinson, Hollen, Butler, Dean and Frich - Exempting cashiers from licensure under the Larry W. Border Pharmacy Practice Act - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4027.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen and Dean - Creating an education permit for allopathic physician resident - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Education then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4028.  By Del. Hanshaw, Frich and Fast - Allowing funding allotted for treatment supervision of drug offenders to be applied to participants in the Adult Drug Court Program - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4029.  By Del. Summers - Increasing pay for social workers - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 4030.  By Del. Summers - Requiring recycling of metal if cost effective (original similar to SB344) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 4031.  By Del. Howell, Zatezalo, Kelly, Sypolt, Hicks, Ward, Atkinson and Frich - Requiring the Division of Motor Vehicles to make available an electronic proof of motor vehicle registration - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/16/2018

 

 4032.  By Del. Folk - Withholding pay of a legislator who misses an entire floor session - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4033.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Lynch and Pethtel - Authorizing the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to contract with or employ individuals for emergency response (original similar to SB134) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4034.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Lynch and Pethtel - Exempting the renewal of certain contracts entered into during a declared state of emergency from purchasing requirements (original similar to SB133) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

*4035.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Byrd, Capito, Hollen, Dean, Butler, Frich and Rowan - Creating a legislative coalition to study and report to the Legislature on palliative care - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary 2/27/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*4036.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing the maximum salaries of family case coordinators and secretary-clerks - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4037.  By Del. Sponaugle, Miley, Caputo, Boggs, Lovejoy, Fluharty, Barrett, Iaquinta, Robinson, Fleischauer and Pushkin - Expiring the PROMISE Scholarship Program, and establishing the Promise for All Scholarship Program - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4038.  By Del. Howell, Ward, Sypolt, Criss, Atkinson, Harshbarger, Martin, Dean and Maynard - Requiring training conducted on behalf of a state agency to be provided in state-owned facilities - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018

 

 4039.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Ward, Storch, Maynard, Martin, Atkinson, Dean, Harshbarger and Criss - Exempting short-term license holders to submit information to the State Tax Commission once the term of the permit has expired - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018

 

 4040.  By Del. Howell, Ward, Storch, Maynard, Criss, Martin, Atkinson, Dean and Harshbarger - Excluding from sewage billing any amount that is the result of a water line break - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4041.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Ward, Maynard, Dean, Martin, Harshbarger, Criss and Sypolt - Taxation With Representation Act (original similar to SB399) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4042.  By Del. Westfall, Atkinson, Wagner, Dean and Frich - Redefining school zone to facilitate placement of school zone signs - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

 4043.  By Del. Walters - Requiring national accreditation of local health departments - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources

 

 4044.  By Del. Summers, Hollen, Kessinger, Sobonya, Miller, C., Canestraro, Miller, R. and Lovejoy - Increasing pay to facilitate hiring and retention of employees by the Division of Corrections (original similar to SB18) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4045.  By Del. Boggs - Prohibiting telemarketers and sellers from misrepresenting the location and identification from which a phone call solicitation originates - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4046.  By Del. Frich, Sobonya, Hollen, Foster and Overington - Relating to drug screening of applicants for cash assistance - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4047.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Examiners of Psychologists, rule relating to code of conduct (original similar to SB210) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018

 

 4048.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Examiners of Psychologists, rule relating to requirements for licensure as a psychologist and/or a school psychologist (original similar to SB209) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4049.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Examiners of Psychologists, rule relating to fees (original similar to SB208) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4050.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Optometry, rule relating to rules of the West Virginia Board of Optometry (original similar to SB199) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4051.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Veterinary Medicine, rule relating to schedule of fees (original similar to SB220) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4052.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Veterinary Medicine, rule relating to certified animal euthanasia technicians (original similar to SB219) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4053.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Veterinary Medicine, rule relating to organization and operation and licensing of veterinarians (original similar to SB218) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4054.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Secretary of State, rule relating to vote by mail pilot project phase 2: voting by mail (original similar to SB217) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4055.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Secretary of State, rule relating to procedures for handling ballots and counting write-in votes in counties using optical scan ballots (original similar to SB216) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4056.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Secretary of State, rule relating to procedures for canvassing elections (original similar to SB215) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4057.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Real Estate Commission, rule relating to requirements for real estate courses, course providers and instructors (original similar to SB214) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018

 

 4058.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Real Estate Commission, rule relating to schedule of fees (original similar to SB213) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4059.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Real Estate Commission, rule relating to licensing real estate brokers (original similar to SB212) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018

 

 4060.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, rule relating to requirements for licensure and certification (original similar to SB211) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4061.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to controlled substances monitoring program (original similar to SB207) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4062.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to registration of pharmacy technicians (original similar to SB206) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4063.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to uniform controlled substances act (original similar to SB205) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4064.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to centralized prescription processing (original similar to SB204) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4065.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to immunizations administered by pharmacists and pharmacy interns (original similar to SB203) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4066.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to pharmacist recovery networks (original similar to SB202) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4067.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to licensure and practice of pharmacy (original similar to SB201) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4068.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Osteopathic Medicine, rule relating to osteopathic physician assistants (original similar to SB200) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4069.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Medicine, rule relating to licensure, disciplinary and complaint procedures, continuing education, physician assistants (original similar to SB197) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4070.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Medicine, rule relating to continuing education for physicians and podiatric physicians (original similar to SB198) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 4071.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Hearing Aid Dealers, rule relating to rules governing the West Virginia Board of Hearing Aid Dealers (original similar to SB196) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4072.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Licensed Dietitians, rule relating to licensure and renewal requirements (original similar to SB195) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4073.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Board of Accountancy, rule relating to board rules and rules of professional conduct (original similar to SB185) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018

 

 4074.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to standards of performance for new stationary sources (original similar to SB155) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4075.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Athletic Commission, rule relating to regulation of mixed martial arts (original similar to SB194) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4076.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Athletic Commission, rule relating to administrative rules of the West Virginia State Athletic Commission (original similar to SB193) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4077.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to schedule of charges for inspection services: fruit (original similar to SB192) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

 4078.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to inspection of nontraditional, domesticated animals (original similar to SB191) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

*4079.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Promulgating administrative rules by various executive or administrative agencies of the state (original similar to SB190) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4080.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to inspection of meat and poultry (original similar to SB189) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

 4081.  By Del. Sobonya - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to noxious weeds (original similar to SB188) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

 4082.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to auctioneers (original similar to SB187) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

 4083.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to animal disease control (original similar to SB186) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018

 

 4084.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to underground storage tanks (original similar to SB164) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4085.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to West Virginia surface mining reclamation (original similar to SB161) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/2018

 

 4086.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Administration, rule relating to parking (original similar to SB154) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4087.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Administration, rule relating to state owned vehicles (original similar to SB153) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4088.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to control of air pollution from combustion of solid waste (original similar to SB156) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4089.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to control of air pollution from municipal solid waste landfills (original similar to SB157) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4090.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to control of air pollution from hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities (original similar to SB158) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4091.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to emission standards for hazardous air pollutants (original similar to SB159) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4092.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to ambient air quality standards (original similar to SB160) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4093.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to hazardous waste management system (original similar to SB163) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4094.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to voluntary remediation and redevelopment (original similar to SB162) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4095.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Governor’s Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction, rule relating to protocol for law enforcement response to domestic violence (original similar to SB183) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4096.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Governor’s Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction, rule relating to law-enforcement training and certification standards (original similar to SB182) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4097.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - State Fire Commission, rule relating to hazardous substance emergency response training programs (original similar to SB181) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4098.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - State Fire Commission, rule relating to electrician licensing (original similar to SB180) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4099.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Highways, rule relating to disposal, lease and management of real property and appurtenant structures and relocation assistance (original similar to SB184) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4100.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Lottery Commission, rule relating to state lottery rules (original similar to SB235) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4101.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Racing Commission, rule relating to thoroughbred racing (original similar to SB236) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4102.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - State Tax Department, rule relating to farm to food bank tax credit (original similar to SB237) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4103.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - State Tax Department, rule relating to payment of taxes by electronic funds transfer (original similar to SB238) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4104.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Tax Department, rule relating to property transfer tax (original similar to SB239) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4105.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Tax Department, rule relating to municipal sales and service and use tax administration (original similar to SB240) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2018

 

 4106.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training, rule relating to operating diesel equipment in underground mines (original similar to SB228) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4107.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to hunting, fishing and other outfitters and guides (original similar to SB229) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4108.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to controlling the public land corporation’s sale, lease, exchange or transfer of land or minerals (original similar to SB230) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4109.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to general hunting (original similar to SB231) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4110.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to special migratory game bird hunting (original similar to SB232) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4111.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to miscellaneous permits and licenses (original similar to SB233) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4112.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to wildlife disease management (original similar to SB234) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4113.  By Del. Sobonya - Division of Labor, rule relating to registration of weighing and measuring devices used by businesses in commercial transactions (original similar to SB227) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4114.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to registration of service persons and service agencies (original similar to SB226) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4115.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to employer wage bonds (original similar to SB225) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4116.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to elevator safety act (original similar to SB224) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4117.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to amusement rides and amusement attractions safety act (original similar to SB223) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4118.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to bedding and upholstered furniture (original similar to SB222) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4119.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Division of Labor, rule relating to zipline and canopy tour responsibility act (original similar to SB221) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4120.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to informal and relative family child care home registration requirements (original similar to SB177) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4121.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to child placing agencies licensure (original similar to SB176) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4122.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to family child care home registration requirements (original similar to SB175) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4123.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to family child care facility licensing requirements (original similar to SB174) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4124.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to child care centers licensing (original similar to SB173) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4125.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to West Virginia clearance for access: registry and employment screening (original similar to SB169) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4126.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to emergency medical services (original similar to SB168) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4127.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to public water systems (original similar to SB167) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4128.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to food establishments (original similar to SB166) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4129.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to hospital licensure (original similar to SB165) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4130.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Health Care Authority, rule relating to financial disclosure (original similar to SB172) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4131.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to collection and exchange of data related to overdoses (original similar to SB171) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4132.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to development of methodologies to examine needs for substance use disorder treatment facilities (original similar to SB170) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4133.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to out-of-school-time child care center licensing requirements (original similar to SB178) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4134.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to pilot program for drug screening of applicants for cash assistance (original similar to SB179) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4135.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original similar to SB265) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

 4136.  By Del. Hamilton, Storch, Wagner, Evans, A. and Folk - Relating to the age requirements of persons for the position of deputy sheriff - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4137.  By Del. Hanshaw, Shott, Lovejoy, Miller, C., Westfall, Pethtel, Sponaugle, Hamilton, Evans, E. and Hollen - Removing the cap on payments for service by retired circuit judges, family court judges, and magistrates in limited circumstances - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*4138.  By Del. Byrd, Fluharty, Lane, Miller, R., Phillips, Fleischauer, Moore, Lovejoy, Blair, Canestraro and Robinson - Requiring certain public or private schools and daycare centers to install carbon monoxide detectors - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/2/2018 - To Senate 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4139.  By Del. Upson and Hamrick - Specifying the conditions where and by whom it is unlawful to possess a firearm at school-sponsored functions (original similar to SB244) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 4140.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring of certain powers and programs of the West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund to the West Virginia Housing Development Fund (original similar to SB261) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018

 

 4141.  By Del. Foster, Fast, Cowles, Higginbotham, Moore, Blair, Summers, Wilson, Kessinger, Criss and Ellington - Allowing replacement costs of employer-provided property to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4142.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Providing certain employees of the Division of Corrections, Division of Juvenile Services, and West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority a salary adjustment (original similar to SB262) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18 - Approved by Governor 3/10/18

 

 4143.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating the requirement that the Division of Corrections and the Bureau of Public Health purchase commodities produced on institutional farms from the Department of Agriculture (original similar to SB268) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 4144.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the elimination of film tax credits (original similar to SB263) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Tabled on 2nd reading, House Calendar 1/26/2018

 

*4145.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing the annual salaries of members of the West Virginia State Police, public school teachers and school service personnel (original similar to SB267) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Recalled from House 3/3/2018 - Senate reconsidered action - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/3/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/3/2018 - To conference 3/5/2018 - Suspension of Joint Rule 3 - Motion Previous Question rejected - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/6/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/6/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

 4146.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to SB266) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

 4147.  By Del. Pushkin, Sponaugle, Fluharty, Dean, Wilson, Folk, Paynter, Byrd, Robinson, McGeehan and Hornbuckle - Authorizing the earlier issuance of identification cards to approved medical marijuana consumers and caregivers - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4148.  By Del. Pushkin, Sponaugle, Fluharty, Dean, Wilson, Folk, Paynter, Byrd, Robinson, McGeehan and Hornbuckle - Allowing medical marijuana to be grown outdoors by licensed growers - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4149.  By Del. Pushkin, Sponaugle, Fluharty, Byrd, Robinson, McGeehan, Hornbuckle and Diserio - Authorizing possession and smoking of medical cannabis by approved persons - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*4150.  By Del. Howell, Miller, C., Hill, Storch, Dean, Lynch, Hamrick, Ward, Atkinson, Queen and Maynard - Prohibiting telecommunications and IP-enabled voice services from displaying the name or telephone number of the recipient - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4151.  By Del. Howell, Hill, Sypolt, Criss, Dean, Summers, Paynter, Ward, Westfall, White and Martin - Exempting Buildings 6, 7 and 9 of the Capitol Complex from the requirement that food service facilities be operated by West Virginia Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4152.  By Del. Walters - Relating to the treatment of overtime hours under the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System, the West Virginia Municipal Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System and the Emergency Medical Services Retirement System - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4153.  By Del. Rowe, Ellington, Summers, Maynard, Eldridge, Romine, R., White, Anderson, Miley and Hamilton - Imposing a health care related provider tax on certain health care organizations - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4154.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Establishing the 2018 Regulatory Reform Act (original similar to SB269) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 4155.  By Del. Foster, Wagner, Blair, Upson, Summers, Marcum, Zatezalo and Miller, C. - Establishing that shared legal and physical custody of a child in cases of divorce is presumed to be in the best interests of the child - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4156.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Espinosa, Householder and Frich - Establishing the qualifications of full and part time nursing school faculty members - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 1/19/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4157.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating the refundable exemption for road construction contractors (original similar to SB264) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4158.  By Del. Westfall, Ambler, Maynard, Wagner, Atkinson, Lane, Ward, Higginbotham and Hamrick - Relating to municipal home rule (original similar to SB432) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/8/2018 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 4159.  By Del. Pushkin, Sponaugle, Fluharty, Dean, Wilson, Folk, Paynter, Byrd, Robinson, McGeehan and Hornbuckle - Removing certain limitations on medical marijuana grower, processor and dispensary licenses - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4160.  By Del. Sponaugle, Miley, Caputo, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Fleischauer, Lynch, Pushkin, McGeehan, Miller, R. and Williams - Establishing an alternative methodology for pretrial release of persons charged with crimes - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4161.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Lynch, Pethtel and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Exempting the State Conservation Committee and the Conservation Agency from the requirements of the Purchasing Division for contracts related to flood recovery (original similar to SB282) - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

*4162.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Lynch, Pethtel and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting authority to the State Conservation Committee to contract for flood response - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 4163.  By Del. Kessinger, Criss, Higginbotham, Butler, Foster, Summers, Zatezalo, Cooper and Dean - Relating to termination of the Women’s Commission - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4164.  By Del. Wagner, Deem, Overington, Zatezalo, Anderson, Statler, Nelson, Hill, Lane, Butler and Ellington - Providing that members of the House of Delegates in districts having more than one delegate be elected from numbered divisions - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4165.  By Del. Moye, Paynter, Butler, Evans, E., Fast, Miller, R., Kessinger and Frich - Prohibiting employers from requiring microchips or electronic devices being implanted - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4166.  By Del. Westfall, Kessinger, Paynter, Foster, Hamrick, Butler, Statler, Summers and Hamilton - Establishing a special revenue fund to be known as the "Capital Improvements Fund — Department of Agriculture Facilities" - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4167.  By Del. Graves, Hamrick, Jennings, Iaquinta, Howell, Pyles, Hill, Criss, Diserio and Paynter - Relating to regulation of cremation, embalming, and funeral service directing (original similar to SB288) - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4168.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, Zatezalo, Lane and Higginbotham - Relating to entry onto private property by natural gas companies - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

*4169.  By Del. Barrett, Shott, Overington, Moore, Kessinger, Lane, Queen, Upson, Lovejoy, Canestraro and Miller, R. - Requiring certain establishments and facilities to post human trafficking assistance notices (original similar to SB114) - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4170.  By Del. Criss, Paynter, Martin, Graves, Jennings, Ward, Howell, Pyles, Sypolt, Hill and Diserio - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies (original similar to HB4015, SB287) - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4171.  By Del. Pushkin, Lynch, Bates, Rohrbach, Byrd, Diserio, Miller, R., Lovejoy, White and Lane - Prohibiting smoking in an enclosed motor vehicle when a child under the age of eight is present - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4172.  By Del. Iaquinta, Ferro, Brewer, Kessinger, Evans, A., Lynch, Evans, E., Paynter, Bates, Hornbuckle and Hamrick - Establishing a crisis line and mobile application for the public to combat the crisis in this state posed by substance abuse - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance

 

 4173.  By Del. Summers - Relating to bail in criminal cases - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4174.  By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Designating the placement of nonpartisan judicial offices on the primary election ballot - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4175.  By Del. Sobonya, Summers, Criss, Rohrbach, Hollen, Westfall and Lovejoy - Preventing requirement that an advanced practice registered nurse participate in a collaborative relationship to obtain payment - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4176.  By Del. Walters - Allowing the West Virginia Insurance Commissioner to self-insure state agencies Workers’ Compensation programs - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 4177.  By Del. Lane - Prohibiting smoking of tobacco products in a motor vehicle while an individual sixteen years of age or less is present (original similar to SB61) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4178.  By Del. Summers, Longstreth, Ellington, Espinosa and Householder - Permitting certain portions of certified nurse aide training to be provided through distance learning technologies - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Education then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4179.  By Del. Evans, A., Romine, R., Hamilton, Lynch, Sobonya, Miller, C., Folk, Rowan, Frich, Summers and Fast - Transferring milk rules and regulations from Department of Health and Human Resources to Department of Agriculture (original similar to SB317) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/7/2018

 

*4180.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Romine, R., Love, Eldridge, Jennings, Lynch, Hollen and Wagner - Relating to wildlife resources (original similar to SB345) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4181.  By Del. Iaquinta, Howell, Hamrick, Dean, Ferro, Hartman, Pyles, Wagner, Queen, Diserio and Eldridge - Permitting unused, unexpired, nonnarcotic drugs to be distributed to free health care clinics - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4182.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Authorizing the Director of the Division of Natural Resources to implement a sound silvicultural management plan for state park lands (original similar to SB270) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 4183.  By Del. Espinosa, Romine, R., Upson, Higginbotham, Rohrbach, Kelly, Cooper, Westfall and Dean - Relating generally to standardized testing requirements for nonpublic schools - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Education - Passed House 1/29/2018 - To Senate 1/30/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

 4184.  By Del. Hanshaw (By Request) - Amending a current legislative rule relating to the road skills examination by removing the reference to parallel parking - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 4185.  By Del. Hamilton, Romine, R., Evans, A., Rowan, Ambler, Harshbarger, Cooper, Statler, Eldridge, Rodighiero and Campbell - Awarding service weapons to special natural resources police officers upon retirement (original similar to SB348) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

*4186.  By Del. Westfall, Householder, Upson, Miller, C., Frich, White, Lane, Kessinger, Moore, Criss and Nelson - Relating generally to guaranteed asset protection waivers - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4187.  By Del. Foster, Graves, Butler, Summers, Zatezalo, Miller, R., Barrett, Isner, Hollen and Blair - Business Liability Protection Act (original similar to SB484) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4188.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Creating the Shared Services Section within the Finance Division of the Department of Administration (original similar to SB271) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4189.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Zatezalo, Kelly, Hollen, Atkinson, Kessinger, Jennings, Sypolt and Anderson - Prohibiting certain persons from operating state-owned vehicles - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4190.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Zatezalo, Kelly, Iaquinta, Hollen, Atkinson, Kessinger, Jennings and Sypolt - Relating to the debarment of vendors providing goods and services to the state and its subdivisions - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4191.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Zatezalo, Kelly, Hollen, Atkinson, Kessinger, Jennings, Sypolt and Anderson - Prohibiting employees of the state who have convictions for driving under the influence from driving or operating state owned vehicle - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4192.  By Del. Howell, Queen, Hamrick, Zatezalo, Kelly, Iaquinta, Hollen, Atkinson, Kessinger and Sypolt - Prohibiting lobbying by certified candidates for a seat in the West Virginia Legislature (original similar to HB4548) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4193.  By Del. Canestraro, Miller, R., Sobonya, Hollen, Barrett, Evans, E., Summers and Lovejoy - Allowing state and federal law-enforcement officers to testify as to the contents and evidence of a wiretap or electronic surveillance - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4194.  By Del. Miller, R., Canestraro, Eldridge, Summers, Hollen, Maynard, Marcum and Isner - Relating to custody and disposal of seized controlled substances and drugs - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4195.  By Del. Miller, R., Canestraro, Eldridge, Hanshaw, Campbell, Maynard, Marcum, Robinson and Isner - Clarifying the offense of burglary, and adding provisions for the criminal trespassing of a dwelling - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4196.  By Del. Miller, R., Hollen, Campbell, Maynard, Robinson and Isner - Including possession of known stolen property in the offense of receiving or transferring stolen property - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4197.  By Del. Summers, Westfall, White, Criss, Rohrbach and Frich - Requiring persons employed to dispatch emergency calls complete a course in cardiovascular care for telephonic resuscitation (original similar to SB409) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4198.  By Del. Frich, Statler, Fleischauer, Pyles, Williams, Ward and Summers - Adding one to the number of magistrates serving Monongalia County - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4199.  By Del. Ellington, Longstreth, Householder and Frich - Permitting a nursing home to use trained individuals to administer medication - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4200.  By Del. Graves, Hamrick, Jennings, Ward, Howell, Pyles, Sypolt, Hill, Diserio, Criss and Paynter - Relating generally to the state’s spending units (original similar to SB281) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/1/2018

 

 4201.  By Del. Lynch, Iaquinta, Hartman, Cooper, Pack, Deem, Anderson, Evans, A., McGeehan and Hollen - Permitting vehicles displaying disabled veterans special registration plates to park where persons with mobility impairments may park (original similar to HB4405) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 4202.  By Del. Storch, Ferro, Romine, R., Hamrick, Ellington, McGeehan, Pyles, Lynch, Paynter, Barrett and Longstreth - Model Veterans Treatment Court Act - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 4203.  By Del. Butler, Cooper, Ambler, Ward, Hollen, Westfall, Criss, Harshbarger, Kelly, Zatezalo and Householder - Campus Free Speech Act - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 4204.  By Del. Miller, C., Evans, A., Sobonya, McGeehan, Frich, Atkinson, Westfall, Butler, Cooper, Harshbarger and Ambler - Relating rights guaranteed by the West Virginia Constitution and the United States Constitution when deciding the comity of a legal decision in a foreign country - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4205.  By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Criss, Statler, Paynter, Ambler, Lane, McGeehan, Miller, R., Eldridge and Dean - Entitling natural resource producers to the economic opportunity tax credit (original similar to SB289) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2018

 

 4206.  By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Revising pupil to teacher ratio for elementary schools - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4207.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Authorizing an online application to receive a commission to act as a notary public, and eliminating the bond requirement - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4208.  By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ellington and Barrett - Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4209.  By Del. Storch, Ferro, Romine, R., Hamrick, Ellington, Pyles and Barrett - Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (original similar to SB102) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4210.  By Del. Marcum, Thompson, Hicks, Isner, Rodighiero, Eldridge, Miller, R., Robinson and Williams - Creating tax credits for new and/or existing small businesses in this state - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 4211.  By Del. Marcum, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Hicks, Miller, R., Isner, Phillips, Hollen, Maynard and Evans, E. - Increasing penalties for public school employees that embezzle public funds - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 4212.  By Del. Marcum, Miller, R., Hicks, Eldridge, Thompson, Isner, Phillips, Hollen, Evans, E. and Rodighiero - Relating to intentional killing based on status as law- enforcement officer - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4213.  By Del. Phillips, Blair, Criss, Lane, McGeehan, Marcum, Gearheart and Maynard - Reducing the severance tax on coal to two percent - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

*4214.  By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Diserio, Miller, R., Campbell, Marcum, Dean, Phillips, Ambler, Paynter and Cooper - Increasing penalties for unlawfully possessing or digging ginseng - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4215.  By Del. Lane, Westfall, Kelly, White, Hanshaw and Frich - Relating to the involuntary hospitalization of persons administered opioid antagonists - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/2018

 

 4216.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Revising the order in which qualified applicants are considered for service personnel employment by county boards of education - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education

 

*4217.  By Del. Ellington, Sobonya, Atkinson, Queen, Summers, White, Westfall, Dean, Criss, Rohrbach and Frich - Permitting an attending physician to obtain a patient’s autopsy report - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4218.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Criss, Hollen and Frich - Relating to medical professional liability - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/28/2018

 

 4219.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Cooper, Dean, Wilson and Higginbotham - Permitting employees of educational services cooperatives to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 3/5/2018

 

 4220.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Cooper, Dean, Wilson, Higginbotham and Folk - Relating generally to grounds for revocation of a teaching certificate - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018

 

 4221.  By Del. Brewer, Sponaugle, Iaquinta, Diserio, Canestraro, Ferro, Fluharty, Isner, Hornbuckle, Miller, R. and Maynard - Requiring the Tax Commissioner to maintain a centralized computerized information system - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4222.  By Del. Hamilton, Frich, Romine, R., Evans, A., Ambler, Cooper, Lynch, Pyles, Sponaugle, Iaquinta and Marcum - Requiring the owners of motorboats to carry liability insurance, regardless of the horsepower or length of the motorboat - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4223.  By Del. Rowan, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Wagner, Cooper, Ambler, Moye and Kelly - Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s receptive and expressive language - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education - To House Finance 2/22/2018

 

 4224.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Establishing an eight-hour work day for school service personnel - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Education

 

 4225.  By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Eliminating the written consent requirement for relegating any condition of employment for service personnel - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education

 

 4226.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Eliminating the competency testing requirement for school service personnel - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education

 

 4227.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to drug control (original similar to SB272) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4228.  By Del. Brewer, Sponaugle, Robinson, Isner, Canestraro, Williams, Evans, E., Miller, R., Ferro, Caputo and Diserio - Requiring available materials, supplies, equipment and other items purchased by the state and its agencies to be made in the United States - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4229.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley - Relating to debarment of vendors seeking to provide goods and services to the state and its subdivisions - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*4230.  By Del. Westfall, Frich, White and Upson - Relating to credit for reinsurance - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - Effect January 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective January 1, 2019 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4231.  By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Eliminating the requirement to pay service personnel for at least a full day of work when he or she has worked more than three and one-half hours on any Saturday or Sunday - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4232.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Sobonya, Rohrbach, Dean, Robinson and Campbell (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to the Board of Examiners on Registered Professional Nurses - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

*4233.  By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ferro, Barrett and Ellington - Relating generally to fraudulent transfers - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/1/2018 - To Senate 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4234.  By Del. Iaquinta, Evans, A., Hartman, Canestraro, Romine, R., Hamilton, Ellington, Dean, Barrett and Ferro - Creating the "West Virginia Winner" program - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

*4235.  By Del. Hamilton, Harshbarger, Brewer, Atkinson, Ward, Queen, Diserio, Longstreth, Wagner, Romine, R. and Evans, A. - Permitting full-time nonresident students attending an in-state college or university to purchase lifetime resident hunting, trapping, and fishing licenses (original similar to SB346) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

*4236.  By Del. Nelson, Hanshaw and Shott - Requiring agencies to provide an annual inventory of real property holdings to the Real Estate Division (original similar to SB342) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4237.  By Del. Shott - Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (original similar to HB4269) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

*4238.  By Del. Fleischauer, Williams, Pyles, Statler, Frich, Hamrick, Robinson, Brewer, Storch, Howell and Miley - Authorizing counties and municipalities to establish a joint airport hazard comprehensive plan - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/8/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4239.  By Del. Rohrbach, Ellington, Sobonya, Queen, Summers, White, Criss and Hollen - Relating to regulating prior authorizations (original similar to SB442) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4240.  By Del. Summers, Pushkin, Miller, R., Lane, Moore, Kessinger, Hollen, Atkinson and Shott - Relating to expungement of the records associated with driving under the influence - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

*4241.  By Del. Westfall, White, Criss, Rohrbach, Ellington, Summers, Hanshaw and Frich - Transitioning foster children into managed care - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/26/2018 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

*4242.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying the jurisdictional amount for removal of a civil action from magistrate court to circuit court - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/1/2018 - To Senate 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/16/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 4243.  By Del. Kessinger, Hill, Paynter, Howell and Moore - Requiring county boards of education to conduct regular structural inspections of school facilities and structures - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4244.  By Del. Ward, Howell, Hollen, Paynter, Moore, Lane, Frich, Longstreth, Sobonya, Martin and Hamrick - Granting business tax credits to businesses that financially support students enrolled in the state’s community and technical colleges - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4245.  By Del. Ward, Howell, Paynter, Frich, Martin, Hamrick, Kelly, Atkinson, Hamilton, Butler and Fast - Exempting wood furniture from state sales tax under certain conditions - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 4246.  By Del. Kessinger, Pack, Martin, Hill, Paynter, Howell and Foster - Requiring abortions to be performed by a licensed physician - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4247.  By Del. Kessinger, Pack, Hill, Paynter and Howell - Relating to life-sustaining treatment policies of health care facilities; “Simon’s Law” - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4248.  By Del. Kessinger, Martin, Hill, Paynter, Howell and Foster - Permitting vocational education classes for homeschooled and private schooled students - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education

 

 4249.  By Del. Kessinger, Martin, Hill, Paynter, Howell, Moore and Foster - Allowing private entities to lease buildings to local school boards in cases of emergency or condemnation - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education

 

 4250.  By Del. Kessinger, Hill, Paynter and Howell - Creating a digital learning pilot project - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4251.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Permitting employees of baccalaureate institutions and universities outside of this state to be appointed to board of governors - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Senate reconsidered action - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4252.  By Del. Miller, R., Campbell, Canestraro, Eldridge, Maynard and Isner - Authorizing the prosecuting attorney to issue a subpoena duces tecum for certain documents - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4253.  By Del. Kessinger, Hill, Paynter, Howell and Frich - Responders Protection Act - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary

 

 4254.  By Del. Moore, Summers, Sobonya, Shott, Hanshaw, Westfall, Maynard, Paynter, Harshbarger, Kessinger and Queen - Placing a seven-day supply limitation on the amount of Schedule II drugs which can be lawfully prescribed - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4255.  By Del. Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks, Marcum, Westfall, Kelly, Atkinson, Eldridge, Campbell, Williams and Lynch - Requiring the state board of education to develop an elective course on Vocational Agriculture - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4256.  By Del. Nelson and Boggs - Allowing portions of otherwise exempt property that are being used for nonexempt purposes to be separately assessed and taxed - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Finance

 

 4257.  By Del. Nelson and Boggs - Repealing article creating the Office of Business Registration and Creation of Centralized Records - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4258.  By Del. Statler, Frich, Cooper, Pethtel, Fleischauer, Criss, Deem, Hill, Martin, Hollen and Williams - Requiring the purchase by county commissions and display of POW/MIA flags at county courthouses - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4259.  By Del. Robinson, Cooper, Dean, Rowe, Lane, Canestraro, Isner, Hanshaw, Lovejoy, Williams and Miller, R. - Providing information to high school students regarding career and technical educational opportunities (original similar to HB4248) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Education

 

 4260.  By Del. Atkinson, Hollen, Sobonya, Miller, C., Westfall, Love, Eldridge, Miller, R., Hill, Jennings and Dean - Providing limited prescriptive authority to a licensed psychologist who meets certain criteria (original similar to SB502) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4261.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to procurement by state agencies (original similar to SB283) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4262.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Williams, Boggs, Summers, Evans, E., Statler, Frich, Rohrbach, Moye and Cooper - Exempting retirement income of members of certain uniformed services from state income tax (original similar to HB4442) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4263.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing the use of opiates (original similar to SB273) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4264.  By Del. Ellington, Fleischauer, Longstreth and Pushkin - Repealing a section of the code relating to the penalty for performing an abortion - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4265.  By Del. Nelson and Boggs - Relating generally to employer withholding taxes (original similar to SB338) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Finance

 

 4266.  By Del. Westfall, Boggs, Statler, White and Frich - Eliminating taxation on annuity considerations collected and received by a life insurer - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 4267.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing access to career education and workforce training (original similar to SB284) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4268.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, Zatezalo, Westfall, Fast, Higginbotham, Ward, Hollen, Atkinson, Foster and Lane - Co-tenancy Modernization and Majority Protection Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/5/2018 - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

 4269.  By Del. Kelly, Anderson, Zatezalo, Lane, Harshbarger, Shott, Romine, C., Maynard, Miller, C., Statler and Nelson - Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (original similar to HB4237) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

*4270.  By Del. Deem, Kelly, Zatezalo, Anderson, Romine, R., Hollen, Evans, A., White, Lane, Harshbarger and Shott - Providing for the timely payment of moneys owed from oil and natural gas production - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary 2/28/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4271.  By Del. Fast, Sobonya, Butler, Hanshaw, Kessinger, Howell, Martin, Criss, Byrd, Maynard and Rodighiero - Relating to pyramid promotional schemes (original similar to SB433) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4272.  By Del. Nelson - Relating to the West Virginia Retirement Health Benefit Trust Fund (original similar to SB339) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4273.  By Del. Pack, Cooper, Moye and Bates - Creating an additional magistrate court deputy clerk position for Raleigh County (original similar to HB4538) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4274.  By Del. Hamilton, Wagner, Evans, A., Romine, R., Criss, Diserio and Rodighiero - Relating to the operation of motorboats (original similar to SB347) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/7/2018

 

*4275.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw and Cowles - Relating to the law-enforcement authority of the director and officers of the division of protective services - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*4276.  By Del. Canestraro, Hanshaw, Shott, Isner, Miller, R., Robinson and Frich - Allowing magistrates to grant work release privileges - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

 4277.  By Del. Folk, Butler, Paynter, McGeehan, Martin, Rohrbach, Upson, Blair, Espinosa, Statler and Evans, E. - Allowing individuals who have completed home school to be eligible for the PROMISE scholarship - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4278.  By Del. Rodighiero, Thompson, Marcum, Hicks, Miller, R. and Eldridge - Exempting volunteer firefighters from fees for hunting, fishing and trapping licenses and permits (original similar to SB69) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

*4279.  By Del. Rowan, Fast, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Rohrbach, Eldridge, Lynch, Maynard, Lovejoy and Fleischauer - Relating to adult protective services system - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/2/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4280.  By Del. Iaquinta, Hamilton, Evans, A., Maynard, Romine, R., Ferro and Pushkin - Creating the “State Bank of West Virginia” - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 4281.  By Del. Higginbotham, Westfall, Lane, Storch, Harshbarger, Williams, Miley, Moore, Hartman and Pyles - Prohibiting civil rights violations based on gender identity, or sexual orientation (original similar to SB470) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4282.  By Del. Marcum, Hicks, Isner, Rodighiero, Eldridge, Miller, R. and Campbell - Changing the Unborn Victims of Violence Act to the Unborn Victims of Abuse Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4283.  By Del. Marcum, Hicks, Love, Phillips, Thompson, Hamilton, Romine, R., Evans, A., Hamrick, Gearheart and Evans, E. - Relating to construction of a modern highway from eastern Kentucky to Beckley, West Virginia - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 4284.  By Del. Ward, Howell, Hollen, Lane, Frich, Martin, Hamrick, Hamilton, Butler, Fast and McGeehan - Setting minimum periods in which a governing body must make available to the public and news media the agenda for its meetings - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4285.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White and Evans, A. - Relating to the West Virginia Safe Mortgage Licensing Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 2/5/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4286.  By Del. Wagner, Phillips, Criss and Paynter - Repealing a section of the code related to wind power projects (original similar to SB150) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4287.  By Del. Howell, Summers, Sobonya, Westfall, Lovejoy, White, Ellington and Ward - Relating to pharmacy benefit managers - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018

 

 4288.  By Del. Howell, Foster, Statler, Espinosa, Hamrick, Butler, Kessinger, Brewer, Lynch, Pyles and Ferro - Requiring contractors to provide all required information on a construction project to the State Fire Commission or the State Fire Marshall - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*4289.  By Del. Walters, Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and Evans, E. - Relating to disability pensions of municipal employees - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4290.  By Del. Walters - Requiring certain funds of a policeman’s or a firemen’s pension and relief fund be invested with the West Virginia Investment Management Board - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018

 

 4291.  By Del. Cowles, Moore and Phillips - Exempting from certain contract and common carrier laws motor vehicles used exclusively in the transportation of railroad personnel (original similar to SB402) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 4292.  By Del. Frich, Butler, Kessinger, Overington, Fast, Foster, Higginbotham, Harshbarger, Deem, Sobonya and Hollen - Discontinuing the West Virginia Greyhound Breeding Development Fund (original similar to SB274) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4293.  By Del. Frich, Hollen, Fast, Kessinger, Butler, Overington, Foster, Paynter, Higginbotham, Harshbarger and Deem - Prohibiting the use of anabolic steroids and certain Class I drugs on racing dogs - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4294.  By Del. Bates, Fluharty, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Ellington, Summers and Atkinson - Creating a state-administered wholesale drug importation program - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4295.  By Del. Evans, A., Romine, R., Hamilton, Rowan, Statler, Love and Campbell - Relating to farmers markets (original similar to SB375) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018

 

*4296.  By Del. Evans, A., Evans, E., Romine, R., Hamilton, Rowan, Eldridge, Love, Campbell and Hicks - Establishing the Southern West Virginia Lake Development Study Commission (original similar to HB4518) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/2018 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 4297.  By Del. Foster, Householder, Sobonya, Frich, Fast, Upson, Cowles, Miller, C., Moore, Hamrick and Jennings - Prohibiting state licensing boards from hiring lobbyists (original similar to SB400) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4298.  By Del. Butler, Householder, Higginbotham, Eldridge, McGeehan, Marcum, Blair, Espinosa, Foster, Evans, A. and Romine, R. - The Campus Self Defense Act - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/12/2018

 

 4299.  By Del. Phillips, Hollen, Criss, White, Ward, Moye, Rohrbach, Paynter, Maynard, Marcum and Pack - Providing a $2,000 salary increase to West Virginia State Troopers - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance

 

 4300.  By Del. Hamilton, Eldridge, Rodighiero and Maynard - Increasing compensation for Parole Board members - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4301.  By Del. Hamrick, Howell, Moore, Espinosa, Higginbotham, Pack, Queen, Westfall, Hollen, Ward and Capito - Requiring all state agencies to develop a plan to evaluate a transition to cloud based data storage - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4302.  By Del. Marcum - Authorizing the use of bailiffs who are not law-enforcement officers - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4303.  By Del. Westfall - Relating generally to limited video lottery (original similar to HB4408, SB357) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4304.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Hamrick, Criss, Rohrbach and Hollen - Creating the Board of Nursing - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/2/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 4305.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Miller, R., Summers, Rohrbach, Lovejoy, Espinosa, Howell, Butler and Graves - Authorizing the West Virginia Ethics Commission to sanction persons who have violated the Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4306.  By Del. Summers, Rohrbach, Barrett, Blair and Frich - Permitting local boards of health to combine without approval from the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 4307.  By Del. Summers - Prohibiting the alcohol beverage commission from assessing a fee to another state agency - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/7/2018

 

 4308.  By Del. Foster - Removing the requirement for contactors to file payroll information on public improvement construction projects - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*4309.  By Del. Kessinger, Westfall, White, Cowles and Bates - Restricting the sale and trade of dextromethorphan - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

 4310.  By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Evans, A., Diserio, Canestraro, Ferro, Hamilton, Upson and Paynter - Mandating cognitive behavioral therapy for those who have violated the law for computer sex crimes - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4311.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Higginbotham, Hanshaw, Hill and Kessinger - Making all work product by State Government to be in the public domain and not subject to copyright protection - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4312.  By Del. Evans, A., Hartman, Hamilton and Romine, R. - Requiring purchasers of roundwood to collect and maintain certain information (original similar to SB414) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 4313.  By Del. Cowles, Hamrick and Foster - Deregulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating and cooling systems and fire dampers - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 4314.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Criss, Paynter, Foster, Pack, Pyles, Ferro, Eldridge, Ward and Evans, A. - Providing that paralegals and analysts who have been certified by a national association and who have been employed by the Legislature for two years are certified paralegals - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4315.  By Del. McGeehan, Folk and Criss - Exempting certain law-enforcement officers from payment of income and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4316.  By Del. McGeehan, Folk and Criss - Exempting firefighters and volunteer firefighters from payment of income and real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 4317.  By Del. Foster, Howell, Pack, Butler, Miller, C., Hamrick and Jennings - West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2018

 

 4318.  By Del. McGeehan, Hamilton, Folk, Butler, Kessinger and Gearheart - Life at Conception Act of 2018 (original similar to SB405) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4319.  By Del. Pushkin, Miley, Lynch, Lovejoy, Hartman, Moore, Isner, Williams, Westfall and Higginbotham - Adding “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the categories covered by the Human Rights Act - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*4320.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Limiting the ability of an agent under a power of attorney to take self-benefiting actions - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 4321.  By Del. Upson, Householder, Martin, Ellington and Blair - Permitting electronic records of documents to serve as original records - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4322.  By Del. Howell, Statler, Hill, Fast, Martin, Butler, Criss, Paynter, Foster, Pack and Ward - Relating to workers' compensation insurance - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/2018

 

 4323.  By Del. Howell, Hill, Diserio, Criss, Paynter, Foster, Pack, Pyles, Ferro, Eldridge and Ward - Relating to non-renewal of any certificate, license, registration, to any person who is delinquent in the payment of state or local taxes - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018

 

 4324.  By Del. Howell, Statler, Hill, Martin, Butler, Shott, Moore, Criss, Paynter, Foster and Pack - Relating to the employment of individuals by municipal paid fire departments under civil service - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4325.  By Del. Evans, E., Miller, R., Marcum, Campbell, Rodighiero, Lovejoy, Eldridge, Zatezalo and Bates - Adding an annual annuity adjustment of one percent for eligible retirants or surviving spouses - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4326.  By Del. Pack, Cooper, Butler, Higginbotham, Moore, Howell, Shott, Foster, Hanshaw, Capito and Lynch - Exempting veterans from obtaining a certificate of training in handling a firearm - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2018

 

 4327.  By Del. Folk, Paynter, Sypolt, Ellington, Dean, Kessinger and Jennings - Prohibiting employers from requiring any employee to have or receive an influenza immunization - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4328.  By Del. Pack, Kessinger, Graves, Higginbotham, Miller, C. and Upson - Requiring health insurance providers to provide coverage for long-term antibiotic therapy for a patient with Lyme Disease (original similar to SB242) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

*4329.  By Del. Cooper, Ambler, Pack, Harshbarger, Moore, Lynch, Hollen, Atkinson and Miller, R. - Requiring pawnbrokers to providing certain information to law-enforcement agencies - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Recommitted to Judiciary 2/6/2018

 

 4330.  By Del. Sponaugle (By Request), Evans, A., Romine, R. and Hamilton - Authorizing county commissions to initiate collection actions for emergency ambulance service - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/2018

 

 4331.  By Del. Iaquinta, Evans, A., Williams, Romine, R., Hamilton, Dean, Campbell, Wagner, Canestraro and Ferro - Providing that a living organ donor is exempt from all personal income tax in the taxable year in which the organ transplantation occurs - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Finance

 

 4332.  By Del. Rohrbach, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Summers and Frich - Relating to home peritoneal renal dialysis - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/8/2018 - To Senate 2/9/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4333.  By Del. Sponaugle, Evans, A., Romine, R., Hamilton, Barrett, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Boggs, Miley, Pushkin and Longstreth - Relating to adoption records - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4334.  By Del. Hill, Howell, Kessinger, Martin, Butler, Pack, Sobonya, Folk, McGeehan, Moore and Paynter - Requiring certain boards that seek to increase a fee or seek to impose a new fee to also submit cost saving measures - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/2018

 

 4335.  By Del. Sponaugle, Rowe, Hartman, Lynch, Williams, Bates, Isner, Evans, A., Romine, R., Hamilton and Barrett - Requiring that lien releases filed with county clerk’s office include the Deed of Trust Book and page numbers - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4336.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Rohrbach, Householder, Atkinson, Criss, Hollen, Hill, Rowan, Dean and Cooper - Updating the schedule of controlled substances - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/9/2018 - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

 4337.  By Del. Paynter, Eldridge, Maynard, Love, Evans, E., Cooper, Martin, Evans, A. and Ambler - Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System (original similar to HB4556) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*4338.  By Del. Fast, Miller, R., Hanshaw, Shott, Eldridge, Robinson, Lovejoy, Lane, Williams, Isner and Foster - Relating to the powers and authority of the Divisions of Administrative Services, and Corrections and Rehabilitation of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety (original similar to SB369) - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4339.  By Del. Espinosa, Howell, Hamrick, Householder, Cowles and Nelson - Dissolving the Information Services and Communications Division (original similar to SB355) - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4340.  By Del. Phillips, Lane, Kelly, Sypolt, Westfall, Marcum, Statler, Maynard, Sobonya, Pack and Foster - Relating to the powers and duties of the Office of Coalfield Community Development - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 4341.  By Del. Marcum, Thompson, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Isner, Moye, Hicks, Eldridge, Evans, E., Diserio and Lynch - Dedicating certain severance taxes to fund PEIA - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Energy then Finance - Motion to discharge bill from committee tabled

 

 4342.  By Del. Westfall, Statler, White, Maynard and Hartman - Relating to commercial insurance rates - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*4343.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White, Upson, Lovejoy, Robinson and Evans, A. - Relating to the delivery of financial statements to bank shareholders - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4344.  By Del. Lane, Evans, E., Longstreth and Rowe - Relating to the tax on soft drinks - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

*4345.  By Del. Moore, Pushkin, Upson, Hill, Paynter, Dean, White, Folk, Lane and McGeehan - Relating to limitations on permits for growers, processors and dispensaries of medical cannabis - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Motion to amend on 3rd Reading rejected - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/10/2018 - Title amended

 

 4346.  By Del. Sponaugle, Hartman, Lynch, Williams, Barrett, Boggs, Miley, Bates, Moye, Canestraro and Isner - Repealing the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Motion to table the motion to discharge adopted - Motion to take from the table the motion to discharge rejected

 

*4347.  By Del. Moore, Shott, Hanshaw, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Summers, Sobonya, Fast, Queen, Byrd and Capito - Relating to voluntary contributions to the West Virginia State Police Forensic Laboratory Fund (original similar to HB4271) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4348.  By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Relating to the powers and duties of the Public Land Corporation (original similar to SB321) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018

 

 4349.  By Del. Hanshaw, Lovejoy, Shott, Summers and Pack - Relating to microprocessor permit (original similar to SB86) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Health and Human Resources

 

*4350.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Hill, Martin, Criss, Paynter, Moore, Statler, Kessinger and Fast - Eliminating the regulation of upholstery - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2018 - To Senate 2/9/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4351.  By Del. Paynter, Phillips, Maynard, Dean, McGeehan, Jennings, Howell, Hamrick, Butler, Fast and Kessinger - Classifying owner operators and independent contractors who contract with licensed and registered trucking companies as nonemployees (original similar to SB454) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018

 

 4352.  By Del. Statler, Hamrick, Espinosa, Howell, Frich, Pethtel, Fleischauer, Hornbuckle and Atkinson - Assisting county boards of education in converting their maintenance vehicles to compressed natural gas or propane - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4353.  By Del. Maynard, Ambler, Romine, R., Criss, Phillips, Storch, Moore, Harshbarger and Paynter - Establishing a fee for the expungement of certain criminal convictions (original similar to SB491) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4354.  By Del. Canestraro - Reallocating and dedicating the natural gas and oil severance tax revenues annually to the natural gas and oil-producing counties of origin - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4355.  By Del. Wagner and Pethtel - Relating generally to the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission (original similar to SB10) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4356.  By Del. Canestraro, Storch, Pethtel, Boggs and Fluharty - Relating to an oil and gas royalty arms-length transaction - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

*4357.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Boggs, Capito, Foster, Moore, Queen, Barrett, Byrd, Harshbarger and Nelson  - West Virginia Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/12/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 4358.  By Del. Hamilton, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Hicks, Marcum and Westfall - Increasing the compensation of members and chairperson of the Board of Parole - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4359.  By Del. Westfall, Lovejoy, Byrd, Lane, Kessinger, Queen, Atkinson, Graves and Fleischauer - Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4360.  By Del. Hill, Howell, Hamrick, Higginbotham, Hanshaw, Hamilton, Hollen, Householder, Harshbarger and Hicks - Relating to boards of examination - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*4361.  By Del. Iaquinta, Williams, Cooper, Evans, A., Romine, R., Dean, Longstreth, Byrd, Robinson, Hornbuckle and Boggs - Bestowing the West Augusta Award upon each West Virginian graduating from U. S. Military Academies with the highest grade point average - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Education - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Education

 

 4362.  By Del. Iaquinta, Pethtel, Cooper, Evans, A., Romine, R., Dean, Hornbuckle, Boggs, Miley, Hartman and Williams - Recognizing outstanding students who are top achievers in scholastic studies - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4363.  By Del. Ward, Phillips, Frich, Anderson, Zatezalo, Kelly, Howell, Criss, Rohrbach and Graves - Creating a tax credit for a manufacturer or power generating facility in West Virginia that purchases and uses coal, oil or gas - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4364.  By Del. Hill, Summers, Rohrbach, Butler, Sobonya, Criss, Frich, Longstreth, Atkinson and Fleischauer - Relating to registration period for nurse aide registrants - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 4365.  By Del. Dean, Wagner, Romine, R., Rowan, Thompson, Ambler, Iaquinta, Cooper, Folk, McGeehan and Paynter - Fixing the premium cost sharing at no less than 80 percent for the employer and no more than 20 percent for the employee - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4366.  By Del. Ellington, Householder and Frich - Relating to the approval of additional beds for intermediate care facilities - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/21/2018

 

 4367.  By Del. Moore, Westfall, Frich, Ellington and Cowles - Relating to admissibility of certain evidence in a civil action for damages - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4368.  By Del. Westfall, Frich and Lane - Relating to voluntary assignments of wages by state employees who have been overpaid - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4369.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Frich, Rowan and Ward - Making the Division of Corrections and the Division of Health subject to the Occupational Safety and Health Act - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4370.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Frich, Butler, Rowan, Ward and Householder - Requiring the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to maintain a searchable, criminal database - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4371.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Frich, Overington, Butler, Rowan and Ward - Prohibiting school employees from counseling, referring, transporting, or assisting any student to obtain an abortion - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 4372.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Frich, Butler, Summers, Rowan, Ward and Householder - Requiring the Board of Pharmacy to make appropriate referrals of reports of suspicious orders of controlled substances - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4373.  By Del. Jennings, Martin, Wagner, Rowan, Evans, E. and Romine, R. - Providing long-term care and substance abuse treatment (original similar to SB305) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 4374.  By Del. Sobonya, Butler, Ward and Rowan - Providing a mechanism for the independent evaluation of revenue estimates by West Virginia and Marshall Universities’ business colleges - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4375.  By Del. Sobonya, Butler, Rowan, Ward and Householder - Relating generally to benefits provided by the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4376.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Health and Human Resources (original similar to SB378) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4377.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services (original similar to SB379) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4378.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Bureau of Senior Services (original similar to SB382) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4379.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB390) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4380.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Agriculture (original similar to SB391) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4381.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Education (original similar to SB380) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4382.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending by decreasing and increasing existing appropriations to various agencies (original similar to SB388) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4383.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending existing appropriations to the Department of Health and Human Resources, and to the Bureau of Senior Services (original similar to SB384) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4384.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB381) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4385.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services (original similar to SB389) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/8/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

 4386.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health – Community Mental Health Services (original similar to SB387) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4387.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending by decreasing existing appropriations and adding new appropriations to the Department of Health and Human Resources, and to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety (original similar to SB385) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4388.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending by decreasing and increasing existing appropriations to the Higher Education Policy Commission (original similar to SB386) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance

 

 4389.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the Enterprise Resource Planning System Fund (original similar to SB383) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4390.  By Del. Ellington and Hamrick - Relating to provisionally licensed social workers with the Department of Health and Human Resources (original similar to SB492) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 4391.  By Del. Ellington, Foster, Householder, McGeehan, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Summers and Sypolt - Implementing work requirements for applicants for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*4392.  By Del. Ellington, Hanshaw, Householder, Shott and Summers - Relating to Medicaid subrogation liens of the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4393.  By Del. Ward, Howell, Hollen, Paynter, Frich, Phillips, Martin, Kelly, Butler, Fast and Dean - Increasing penalty for wearing a mask while committing a crime - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4394.  By Del. Evans, A., Hartman, Hamilton and Romine, R. - Relating to forest fires (original similar to SB429) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4395.  By Del. Pushkin, Rowe, Dean, Fleischauer, Lane, Robinson, Byrd, Longstreth and Love - Permitting certain felons to work in licensed behavioral health facilities - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4396.  By Del. Espinosa, Moore, McGeehan, Westfall, Householder, Storch and Ambler - Permitting wagering on the results of certain professional or collegiate sports or athletic events (original similar to SB415) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018

 

 4397.  By Del. Bates - Limiting pay of members of the Legislature when a budget bill has not been passed - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4398.  By Del. Thompson, Marcum, Hicks, Rodighiero and Eldridge - Specifying the grade point average required for student participation in interscholastic athletics at the high school level - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Education

 

 4399.  By Del. Lovejoy, Canestraro, Miller, R., Fluharty, Hornbuckle, Robinson, Sponaugle, Barrett, Byrd, Williams and Isner - Relating to net neutrality for state government - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*4400.  By Del. Westfall, Hartman, Criss, White, Lane, Walters, Upson, Frich, Capito and Shott - Relating to the West Virginia Physicians Mutual Insurance Company - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*4401.  By Del. Ambler, Sobonya, Westfall, Frich, Cooper, Foster, Householder, Barrett and Phillips - Relating to the registration of business (original similar to SB497) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Government Organization - Referred to Finance 2/28/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4402.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Moye, Hornbuckle, Kelly, Rodighiero, Blair, Householder, Higginbotham, Dean and Campbell - Relating to the prevention of sexual abuse of children - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4403.  By Del. Marcum, Eldridge, Dean, Folk, McGeehan, Westfall, Hicks, Phillips, Evans, E. and Lynch - Relating generally to the State Athletic Commission - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4404.  By Del. Eldridge, Love, Lynch, Maynard, Paynter, Phillips, Lane, White, Marcum, Miller, R. and Rodighiero - Requiring that five percent of the permits to hunt elk be issued to West Virginia residents who are honorably discharged veterans - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 4405.  By Del. Cooper, Ambler, Iaquinta, Hollen, Pack, Rowan, Wagner, Lynch and Butler - Permitting vehicles displaying disabled veterans' special registration plates to park in places where persons with mobility impairments may park (original similar to HB4201) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018

 

 4406.  By Del. Espinosa, Barrett, Upson, Moore and Folk - Relating to the licensing of advance deposit wagering (original similar to SB403) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4407.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Kelly, Blair, Higginbotham, Atkinson and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to eligibility for alternative program teacher certificate - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Education - Passed House 2/13/2018 - To Senate 2/14/2018 - To Education - Rereferred to Education on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

 4408.  By Del. Westfall, Householder, Espinosa, Barrett, Moore, Lane and Byrd - Relating generally to limited video lottery (original similar to HB4303) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4409.  By Del. Westfall, Householder, Barrett, Moore, Lane and Byrd - Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played (original similar to SB324) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4410.  By Del. Moore, Westfall, Lane and White - Removing the requirement that the State Auditor receive copies of the Limited Video Lottery bids - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4411.  By Del. Moore, Westfall and Lane - Relating to the requirements of the Real Estate Division for members of the Board of Public Works - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4412.  By Del. Fluharty, Sponaugle, Pushkin, Caputo and Barrett - Permitting wagering on the results of certain professional or collegiate sports or athletic events and other events - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4413.  By Del. Rodighiero, Ellington, Summers, Westfall, Fleischauer, Marcum, Hicks and Thompson - Permitting a physician assistant to practice independent of a collaborating physician - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4414.  By Del. Foster, Hanshaw, Harshbarger and Zatezalo - Requiring billing for the renewal of permit to operate a source of air pollutants 30 days before the permit is set to expire - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4415.  By Del. Kessinger, Phillips, Lane, Hill, Overington, Blair, Howell, Sobonya and Espinosa - The Protect Our Right to Unite Act - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4416.  By Del. Hamrick and Howell - Increasing the amount of annual and incremental salary increases for eligible employees from $60 to $100 - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Finance

 

 4417.  By Del. Ellington, Foster, Householder, Rohrbach and Sypolt - Relating to investigations conducted by the Department of Health and Human Resources to prevent fraud and abuse - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4418.  By Del. Fleischauer, Rohrbach, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Williams, Sponaugle, Campbell, Pyles, Hornbuckle, Storch and Queen - Relating to the Consumer Credit and Protection Act - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4419.  By Del. Howell, Maynard, Ward, Ambler, Cooper, Zatezalo, Graves, Sobonya, Frich, Criss and Kessinger - Relating to securing the borders against persons who may be in the country unlawfully - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4420.  By Del. Sobonya - Terminating the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4421.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Ward, Ambler, Zatezalo, Graves, Upson, McGeehan, Storch, Criss and Miller, R. - Repealing the section of code relating to individual gaming restrictions - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4422.  By Del. Frich, Walters, Westfall, Upson, Householder, Statler, Ambler, Evans, A., Miller, C. and Anderson - Permitting permanent endowment funds of cemeteries to invest their principal in certain government bonds, and corporate bonds - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4423.  By Del. Householder, Foster, Kessinger, Butler, Westfall, Howell, Zatezalo, Hill and Overington - Local Government Labor and Consumer Marketing Regulatory Limitation Act - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*4424.  By Del. Miley, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Shott, Fleischauer, Lane, Rowe, Hanshaw, Boggs, Hamilton, Caputo and Campbell - Providing that the Ethics Act applies to certain persons providing services without pay to state elected officials - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4425.  By Del. Love - Relating to crimes involving acts of violence - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4426.  By Del. Harshbarger, Kelly, Westfall, Butler, Paynter, Hanshaw, Sobonya and Foster - Relating to the Department of Environmental Protection (original similar to SB290) - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4427.  By Del. Lane, Kelly, Zatezalo, Criss, Anderson, Fleischauer, Boggs, Caputo and Williams - Requiring federal fingerprint background checks for transportation network company drivers and taxi drivers - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

*4428.  By Del. Foster, Cowles, Upson, Householder, Moore and Butler - Allowing training hours earned through public school education or apprenticeship to count towards an applicant’s occupational certification - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/2018

 

 4429.  By Del. Lovejoy, Miller, R., Hollen, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Isner, Williams, Summers and Robinson - Allowing workers’ compensation benefits for first responders diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary

 

 4430.  By Del. Rowe, Miley, Hornbuckle, Robinson, Lovejoy, Pushkin, Fleischauer, Lane, Cooper, Rowan and Wagner - Creating a merit-based scholarship program for tuition and fee payments for certain students attending state community and technical college - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4431.  By Del. Statler, Miley, Caputo, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Williams, Pyles, Summers, Frich, Ward and Hamrick - Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/2018

 

 4432.  By Del. Statler, Anderson and Harshbarger - Requiring fifty percent of state vehicles use compressed natural gas - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4433.  By Del. Nelson, Boggs, Ambler, Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Miller, C., Walters, Longstreth, Pethtel and Sponaugle - Declaring certain claims against an agency of the state to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/15/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4434.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying provisions relating to candidates unaffiliated with a political party as it relates to certificates of announcement - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4435.  By Del. Lane, Westfall, Higginbotham, Storch, Blair, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Fleischauer and Pushkin - Youth Mental Health Protection Act - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4436.  By Del. Frich, Atkinson, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler and Ward - Clarifying when a minor between the ages of 16 and 18 may be employed by or elected as a member of a volunteer fire department - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4437.  By Del. Storch, Fluharty, Zatezalo and Canestraro - Relating to collecting rents and royalties from leases of public lands (original similar to SB321) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4438.  By Del. Storch, Fluharty, Canestraro and Ferro - Reallocating and dedicating three percent of oil and gas severance tax revenues to the oil and gas producing counties - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4439.  By Del. Anderson, Hamilton and Hollen - Relating to standardization of service credit for hourly employees who become members of the Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4440.  By Del. Storch, Fleischauer, Hamilton, Fluharty, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Upson, Blair, Sypolt, Graves and Rowan - Relating to the “Equal Pay Act of 2018” - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4441.  By Del. Phillips, Criss, Hollen, Paynter, Westfall, Marcum, Maynard, Dean, Zatezalo and Rohrbach - Establishing that a candidate must resign to run for another public office - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4442.  By Del. Eldridge, Iaquinta, Love and Paynter - Relating to homestead exemption by a disabled veteran who has a 100 percent permanent and total service-connected disability (original similar to HB4262) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Finance

 

 4443.  By Del. Fast, Rowan, Butler, Martin and Kessinger - Requiring bail bondsman and bail bond enforcer be subject to random drug testing - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

*4444.  By Del. Frich, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler, Butler and Paynter - Clarifying the authority of the State Fire Commission in adopting a State Building Code - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/5/2018 - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4445.  By Del. Hamilton, Wagner, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Campbell, Eldridge, Love, Moye and Evans, A. - Allowing vehicles operated by transportation supervisors employed by county boards of education to use red flashing warning lights - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Education

 

 4446.  By Del. Storch, Ferro, Barrett, Ellington, Romine, R. and Hamrick - Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act (original similar to SB490) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4447.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Moore, Miller, C., Harshbarger, Fast, Lane, Hollen, Capito, Summers and Byrd - Providing for a uniform and efficient system of broadband conduit installation - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 4448.  By Del. Thompson, Marcum, Hicks, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Campbell and Dean - Permitting teachers to retire after 25 years of contributing service regardless of age - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4449.  By Del. Hamilton - Relating to failure of employers to make contributions on behalf of employees to a retirement plan - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2018

 

 4450.  By Del. Rohrbach and Lovejoy - Changing the persons responsible for the taxes on soft drinks and soft drink syrups - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Finance

 

*4451.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Howell, Fast, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Lane, Moore, Zatezalo, Hollen, Harshbarger and Capito - Creating the West Virginia Sentencing Commission - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4452.  By Del. Moore, Atkinson, Hill, Howell, Upson, Zatezalo, Westfall and Storch - Creating newly-established small business tax credits - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 2/9/2018

 

*4453.  By Del. Shott, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Isner, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Canestraro, Lane, Moore and Summers - Relating to judicial review of contested cases under the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Board of Review - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

 4454.  By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Boggs, Ward, Hartman, Barrett, Hamilton, Lynch, Hicks and Miley - Relating to the assignment of certain benefits in dental care insurance coverage - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*4455.  By Del. Overington, Isner, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Queen, Fast, Foster, Canestraro, Paynter, Miller, R. and Martin - Relating to animal abuse - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4456.  By Del. Fleischauer, Longstreth, Bates, Storch, Graves, Sobonya, Miller, C., Lovejoy, Robinson, Isner and Pushkin - Prohibiting confidential settlement terms of a contested case involving sexual harassment, sexual abuse, or sexual assault - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4457.  By Del. Rohrbach, Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Sypolt and Summers - Relating to designation of hospitals for stroke treatment (original similar to SB510) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4458.  By Del. Butler, Sobonya, Folk, Kelly, Zatezalo, Ward, Paynter, Maynard, Miller, C. and Sypolt - Citizen and State Accountability Act (original similar to SB529) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2018

 

 4459.  By Del. Eldridge - Permitting parents to petition the court for visitation on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4460.  By Del. Hartman, Lynch, Sponaugle, Caputo, Iaquinta and Brewer - Allowing the Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner to issue special one-day licenses for charitable events (original similar to SB101) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4461.  By Del. Upson, Householder, Statler, Espinosa and Blair - Limiting the use of records of criminal conviction to disqualify a person from receiving a license or other authorization to practice an occupation (original similar to SB449) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4462.  By Del. Byrd, Hollen, Folk, Criss, Robinson, Phillips, Dean, Kelly, Westfall, Canestraro and Summers - Allowing off duty members and officers of the department of public safety to guard private property - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

 4463.  By Del. Eldridge - Adding applicants for child care and foster care to background checks under the West Virginia Clearance for Access: Registry and Employment Screening Act - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4464.  By Del. Eldridge - Extending the time that teachers may pay into the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4465.  By Del. Summers (By Request) and Pushkin - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4466.  By Del. Fluharty, Barrett, Byrd, Fleischauer, Hornbuckle, Pushkin, Robinson, Sponaugle, Williams and Pyles - Expanding the amount of PROMISE scholarship funds awarded to persons majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4467.  By Del. Rowan, Wilson, Lane, Rohrbach, Ambler, Butler, Paynter, Miller, C., Fast, Evans, A. and Frich - Nondiscrimination in Involuntary Denial of Treatment Act (original similar to SB436) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4468.  By Del. Fleischauer, Williams, Pyles, Fluharty, Ferro, Pethtel, Iaquinta, Evans, E., Campbell, Dean and Ambler - Providing that state retirees’ insurance benefits be restored to the benefit levels that existed in 2015 - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4469.  By Del. Sponaugle, Caputo, Miley, Isner, Diserio, Robinson, Pushkin, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Miller, R. and Williams - Increasing the salaries of public school teachers (original similar to SB349) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4470.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cooper, Maynard, Paynter, Eldridge, Phillips, Martin, Ward, Thompson and Frich - Exempting all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles used as farm equipment from the sales tax - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/2018

 

 4471.  By Del. Ward - Establishing a one percent tax on food for five years - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 4472.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Rowan, Ward, Rohrbach and Frich - West Virginia Addictions Treatment and Recovery Fund - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/2018

 

*4473.  By Del. Sobonya, Romine, C., Westfall, Overington, Ambler, Butler, Miller, C., Rowan, Ward, Householder and Rohrbach - Relating to use of state funds for advertising to promote a public official or government office - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4474.  By Del. Eldridge - Exempting all monetary benefits derived from retirement income from personal income tax obligations for individuals moving into the state - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 4475.  By Del. Shott and Ellington - Allowing counties and municipalities to levy a sales tax on food and beverages sold at restaurants - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4476.  By Del. Eldridge - Permitting persons who voluntarily enroll in a drug rehabilitation program to be included in an existing pilot program - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 4477.  By Del. Wagner, Jennings and Ferro - Allowing county commissions to impose an amusement tax - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

*4478.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Hanshaw, Hornbuckle, Williams, Byrd, Canestraro, Miller, R., Robinson, Rowe and Isner - Authorizing public schools to distribute excess food to students - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4479.  By Del. Westfall, Evans, A., Hartman and White - Relating to the West Virginia Life And Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4480.  By Del. Statler and Hanshaw - Revising existing standards and establishing burden of proof imposed on civil litigants seeking to circumvent corporate structure - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4481.  By Del. Howell, Summers, Bates, Rohrbach, Ellington, Shott, Hamrick, Statler, Hill and Frich - Relating to mandatory inter-board reporting by licensees or registrants of the boards of medicine, osteopathic medicine, nursing - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 4482.  By Del. Foster, Folk, Blair and Wilson - Relating to net metering - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 4483.  By Del. Kessinger, Hill and Hanshaw - Relating to generic drug products - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 4484.  By Del. Frich, Sobonya, Foster, Martin, Kessinger, Overington, Fast, Hollen, Deem, Butler and Higginbotham - Discontinuing the West Virginia Racing Commission special account known as the West Virginia Greyhound Breeding Development Fund - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Finance

 

 4485.  By Del. Overington, Blair, Upson, Espinosa, Householder and Barrett - Shifting funding from the Landfill Closure Assistance Fund to local solid waste authorities (original similar to SB503) - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4486.  By Del. White, Frich, Lane, Westfall, Queen, Dean, Martin, Eldridge, Phillips, Moore and Foster - Relating to persons required to obtain a license to engage in the business of currency exchange - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4487.  By Del. Lovejoy, Miller, C., Isner, Thompson, Hicks, Eldridge, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Moore and Atkinson - Providing a special license plate for pollinators - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

 

 4488.  By Del. Hanshaw, Boggs and Shott - Relating to the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Authority - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 4489.  By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ellington, Barrett, Ferro and Romine, R. - Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4490.  By Del. Harshbarger, Hollen, Paynter, Romine, R., Ward, Atkinson, Martin, Butler, Sypolt and Storch - Relating to oil and gas permits not to be on flat well royalty leases (original similar to SB360) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/19/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4491.  By Del. Bates, Fluharty, Byrd, Hornbuckle, Pushkin, Barrett, Sponaugle, Williams, Robinson and Caputo - Relating to legalizing cannabis production, sales and adult consumption - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance

 

 4492.  By Del. Moore and Lane - Relating to the renewal of automobile insurance policies - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4493.  By Del. Lane, Byrd and Robinson - Permitting county commissions to set compensation of election officials - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*4494.  By Del. Byrd, Cowles, Miley, Shott, Pushkin, Harshbarger, Rowe, McGeehan, Robinson and Ward - Authorizing certain motor vehicle manufacturers to operate as new car dealers - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 4495.  By Del. Pushkin, Hornbuckle, Rowe and Fleischauer - Requiring urban renewal authorities to submit proposed urban renewal projects to the affected local county boards of health - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 4496.  By Del. Phillips, Frich, Westfall, Hollen, Rowe, Criss, White, Byrd and Maynard - Establishing the responsibilities of persons providing credit card processing services in the state - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4497.  By Del. Hamrick, Ward, Cowles, Byrd and Howell - Exempting spouses of active military personnel from fees associated with occupational or professional licensing - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/2018

 

 4498.  By Del. Hamrick, Ward, McGeehan and Howell - Relating to charges for municipal services - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4499.  By Del. Lane, Frich, White and Westfall - Relating to rate filings for personal lines of insurance - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4500.  By Del. Eldridge, Hornbuckle, Evans, A., Frich, Pushkin, Ellington, Campbell, Miller, R., Maynard, Love and Hamilton - Industrial Hemp Research and Development Grant Fund (original similar to SB475) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 4501.  By Del. Miller, C., Miley, Kessinger, Queen, Hamrick, Fleischauer, Iaquinta and Longstreth - Allowing victims of certain crimes to get a restraining order prohibiting convicted persons from contacting or living in proximity to the victim - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4502.  By Del. Barrett, Kessinger, Moore, Sobonya, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Canestraro and Harshbarger - Adding the crimes of murder and armed robbery to the list of offenses for which a prosecutor may apply for an order authorizing interception - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4503.  By Del. Moore, Maynard, Ward, Martin, Paynter, Hanshaw, Hollen, Storch and Upson - West Virginia New Markets Jobs Act (original similar to SB119) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 4504.  By Del. Brewer, Evans, E., Isner, Bates, Hartman, Diserio, Caputo, Lynch, Miller, R. and Robinson - Prohibiting the awarding of public contracts to vendors and subcontractors indebted to the state or its political subdivisions - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4505.  By Del. Rowe, Pushkin, Hornbuckle, Pyles, Lynch, Fleischauer, White, Lane, Robinson and Longstreth - Establishing a special memorial day to be known as Juneteenth honoring human rights and the end of slavery in the United States - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 4506.  By Del. Sobonya, Summers, Butler, Ward, Householder, Rohrbach, Miller, C., Hollen and Romine, C. - Requiring agencies of the state, county or municipality that issue citations to furnish a copy of the rule or law to the person accused - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4507.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Romine, C., Overington, Espinosa, Howell, Fast, Rowan, Hollen, Frich and Lovejoy - Relating to prostituting a child by a parent, guardian, custodian or other person in a position of trust - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4508.  By Del. Love - Requiring contractors to provide for the safety of the public during construction projects - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*4509.  By Del. Pushkin, Sobonya, Robinson, Summers, Fleischauer, Kessinger, Longstreth and Frich - Relating to the establishment of substance abuse treatment facilities - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4510.  By Del. Hanshaw - Relating to the general provisions for judicial review (original similar to SB395) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4511.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Ellington, Howell, Frich, Zatezalo and Anderson - Modifying bail requirements - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4512.  By Del. Gearheart and Phillips - Relating to the State Road Construction Account - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018

 

 4513.  By Del. Shott and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to debarment of vendors seeking to provide goods and services to the state and its subdivisions - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4514.  By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Rohrbach, Queen, Butler, Canestraro, Summers, Higginbotham, Pack, Lovejoy and Sypolt - Making it a felony to knowingly house drug traffickers - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4515.  By Del. Isner, Moore, Cooper, Kessinger and Ward - Relating to elections of judges - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4516.  By Del. Miller, R., Campbell, Lovejoy, Miller, C., Miley, Hamilton and Rohrbach - Relating to the accrued benefit of retirees in the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System (original similar to SB501) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 4517.  By Del. Ward, Paynter and Jennings - Relating to assessment value of wind turbines - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4518.  By Del. Evans, A. - Establishing the Southern West Virginia Lake Development Study Commission (original similar to HB4296) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 4519.  By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, Miller, R., Sponaugle, Love, Jennings and Lovejoy - Relating to supplemental Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements for ground emergency medical transportation services - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 4520.  By Del. Williams, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Lynch, Ellington, Barrett, Brewer, Caputo and Evans, E. - Requiring free feminine hygiene products in grades 6 through 12 - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4521.  By Del. Wilson - Mountain State Employee Compensation Realignment Act - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*4522.  By Del. Nelson - Allowing certain tax information to be shared with the Director of Purchasing Division, Department of Administration, and State Auditor - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/8/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/9/2018 - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4523.  By Del. Foster - Relating to pecuniary interest of county and district officers, teachers and school officials in contracts - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

*4524.  By Del. Ellington, Summers and Rohrbach - Establishing guidelines for the substitution of certain biological pharmaceuticals - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4525.  By Del. Sobonya - Relating to residency requirements for people entitled to vote and people eligible to register to vote (original similar to SB376) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4526.  By Del. Campbell, Cowles, Miller, R., Queen, Romine, R., Bates and Ambler - Requiring any newly appointed chief executive of a municipal law-enforcement agency to be a certified law-enforcement officer (original similar to SB521) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4527.  By Del. Westfall - Requiring health care insurance policies to provide coverage for services performed by a pharmacist - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4528.  By Del. Blair - Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education

 

 4529.  By Del. Rohrbach - Relating to oath by municipal official certifying list of delinquent business and occupation taxes - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

 4530.  By Del. Eldridge and Canestraro - West Virginia Natural Resources Permanent Fund - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4531.  By Del. Hanshaw - Requiring that a deputy sheriff be paid a salary of not less than $10.50 per hour - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance

 

 4532.  By Del. Foster - Relating to a prime contractor’s responsibility for wages and benefits - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4533.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Dean, Diserio, Lovejoy and Miller, R. - Making it a misdemeanor for a person to knowingly allow a felony drug offense to be committed on his or her property - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4534.  By Del. Howell - Relating to the executive secretary of the Health Professional Licensing Boards - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/20/2018

 

 4535.  By Del. Westfall - Relating to payment by paper warrant - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 4536.  By Del. Byrd, Evans, E., Pushkin, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Caputo and Lovejoy - Exempting certain hygiene products from sales tax - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance

 

 4537.  By Del. Rowe - Increasing the tobacco products excise tax - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 4538.  By Del. Pack, Cooper, Adkins, Moye and Bates - Adding a magistrate position to serve Raleigh County (original similar to HB4273) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4539.  By Del. Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and Evans, E. - Providing an annual annuity adjustment of 1 percent for eligible deputy sheriff retirants and surviving spouses - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Finance - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 3/5/2018

 

 4540.  By Del. Hanshaw - Implementing a process for counties to obtain grants from an existing federal fund designated the Help America Vote Act Fund - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/20/2018

 

 4541.  By Del. Rowe, Robinson, Ward, Pushkin, Byrd, Graves, Barrett, Caputo and Miley - Reinstating the film tax credits (original similar to HB4608) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*4542.  By Del. Hanshaw - Allowing public service districts to accept payment by credit card - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 4543.  By Del. Byrd, Caputo, Boggs, Bates, Barrett, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Fluharty, Diserio, Robinson and Thompson - Imposing a special excise tax on Schedule II controlled drugs - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance

 

 4544.  By Del. Capito - Creating a matching program for the small business innovation and research program and the small business technology transfer program - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 4545.  By Del. Hornbuckle and Moye - Establishing a pilot program to develop school-based mental and behavioral health services - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Education

 

*4546.  By Del. Sobonya, Frich, Romine, C., Miller, C., Rohrbach, Butler, Summers, Pack, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Relating to where an application for a marriage license may be made - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

 4547.  By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Love, Sponaugle and Jennings - Recognition of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (original similar to SB514) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary

 

 4548.  By Del. Moore, Butler, Kessinger, Upson, Folk, Paynter, Martin and McGeehan - Relating to the registration of lobbyists (original similar to HB4192) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4549.  By Del. Dean, Thompson, Evans, E., Williams, Campbell and Hornbuckle - Requiring school counselors in public schools to spend 100 percent of their time on comprehensive school counseling programs (original similar to SB41) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*4550.  By Del. Barrett and Householder - Providing the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists the authority to establish an apprenticeship program for cosmetologists - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 4551.  By Del. Deem - Requiring the mineral estate of an unknown owner be sold to the legal surface owner at the fair market value of the mineral interest - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 4552.  By Del. Barrett, Byrd, Fluharty, Pack, Hornbuckle and Foster - Relating to the definition of a raffle - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4553.  By Del. Rohrbach, Queen, Sobonya, Summers, Dean, Westfall, Frich, Ward, Pyles and Lovejoy - Requiring applicants for new and renewed drivers’ licenses to be asked if they desire to be organ donors - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

 

 4554.  By Del. Hollen, Phillips, Criss, Deem, Butler, Ward, Kelly, Sobonya, Fast, Overington and Cooper - Prohibiting counties, municipalities, and cities from passing any sanctuary ordinances, policies, and procedures - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 4555.  By Del. Butler, McGeehan, Hollen, Ward, Phillips, Miller, C., Jennings, Folk, Moye and Lynch - Refugee Information Act (original similar to SB459) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2018

 

 4556.  By Del. Pack, Hamrick, Graves, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Higginbotham, Howell, Phillips and Eldridge - Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System (original similar to HB4337) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4557.  By Del. Foster and Byrd - Increasing the salaries of circuit court judges, family court judges, and magistrates (original similar to SB519) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4558.  By Del. Capito, Nelson  and Frich - Establishing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Investment Fund in the West Virginia Development Office (original similar to SB365) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4559.  By Del. Westfall, Hornbuckle, Lane and Miller, R. - Modernizing rental car interactions - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 4560.  By Del. Phillips - Including a line item on all personal income tax returns giving taxpayers the option to donate to veterans - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 4561.  By Del. Frich and Sobonya - appoint the Attorney General or an assistant of Relating to the Attorney General as a special prosecutor to enforce provisions of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4562.  By Del. Foster - Relating to the definition of an “employee” for purposes of payment of minimum wages, maximum hours, and overtime compensation - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*4563.  By Del. Miley and Hanshaw - Relating to the severance tax on oil and gas produced from low producing wells - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/2018 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 4564.  By Del. Dean - Assessing the college-and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education

 

 4565.  By Del. Eldridge - Exempting social security benefits from personal income tax (original similar to HB4017) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

 

 4566.  By Del. Maynard, Cooper, Eldridge, Phillips, Iaquinta, Ward, Evans, A., Jennings, Martin and Dean - Relating to property exempt from taxation for military and veterans who have been honorably discharged (original similar to SJR10) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 4567.  By Del. Upson - Ban-the-Box Act - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4568.  By Del. Williams, Iaquinta, Isner and Byrd - Relating to cruelty to animals (original similar to SB70) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4569.  By Del. Williams, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Diserio, Pushkin, Canestraro and Isner - Creating a statutory right to petition circuit and family courts for sibling visitation - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4570.  By Del. Campbell, Miller, R., Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer, Lynch and Dean - Relating to a one percent supplement to retirement benefits for certain retirees and beneficiaries - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*4571.  By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Lynch, Miller, R., Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer and Dean - Relating to the final day of filing announcements of candidates for a political office - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 4572.  By Del. Miley, Miller, C., Hamrick, Queen and Iaquinta - Increasing frequency of the State Police updating the state sex offender registry - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4573.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Adding violations of law upon which a public servant’s retirement plan may be forfeited - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary

 

 4574.  By Del. Maynard - Relating to development of interests in natural gas and oil - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4575.  By Del. Householder (By Request) - Providing an exemption from use tax for sales of tangible personal property, custom software, or services generated through affiliate marketing - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4576.  By Del. Paynter, Ward, Martin, Maynard, Cooper, Ambler and Fluharty - Relating to insurance unfair trade practices - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 4577.  By Del. Dean - Relating to seniority rights and school consolidation - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education

 

 4578.  By Del. Paynter, Phillips, Maynard, Dean, McGeehan, Martin, Hill, Pack and Eldridge - Permitting residential customers to deduct up to 50 percent of their electric utility payments from their federal adjusted gross income - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4579.  By Del. Ward - Relating generally to financing political campaigns for elections - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4580.  By Del. Zatezalo and Householder - Relating to submission of the budget bill - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance

 

 4581.  By Del. Brewer, Iaquinta, Pyles and Campbell - Requiring influenza immunizations for health care workers (original similar to SB318) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 4582.  By Del. Shott - Relating to posession of a deadly weapon on a school bus or education grounds - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4583.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating generally to the disclosure of certain confidential information - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4584.  By Del. Ward, Butler, Hollen, Phillips, Folk, Graves, Longstreth and Pyles - Prohibiting retailers from selling or leasing products that make content accessible on the Internet (original similar to SB460) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4585.  By Del. Lovejoy - Relating to the Farm-To-Food Bank Tax Credit - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 4586.  By Del. Moye - Relating to verification of eligibility for employment - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4587.  By Del. Miley, Pyles, Diserio, Ferro, Brewer, Iaquinta, Isner, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Pushkin and Sponaugle - Freezing the contribution of public employees for their health insurance costs through the Public Employees Insurance Agency - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 4588.  By Del. Folk, McGeehan and Householder - Establishing a system of district courts of appeals to serve as an intermediate level of appeals in judicial proceedings - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4589.  By Del. Miley, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Byrd, Fleischauer, Rowe, Miller, R., Marcum, Isner, Hicks and Sponaugle - Authorizing magistrates to order emergency removal of child when parent’s drug use creates unsafe environment (original similar to SB465) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4590.  By Del. Sponaugle (By Request) - Nullifying certain adoption orders - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4591.  By Del. Sponaugle (By Request) - Allowing municipalities to cancel elections when only one person is running - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4592.  By Del. Miller, C. - Relating to probation and parole - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4593.  By Del. Miller, R. - Establishing motor vehicle registration plates for official vehicles of emergency management agencies - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 4594.  By Del. Thompson, Marcum and Hicks - Permitting public employees the right to collectively bargain - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 4595.  By Del. Pyles - Providing local government the authority to place video cameras at road intersections - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4596.  By Del. Isner, Kessinger, Summers, Canestraro, Iaquinta, Moore, Miller, R., Foster, Sobonya and Hollen - Relating to terminating parental rights if an infant has tested positive for a Schedule I drug (original similar to SB443) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 4597.  By Del. Howell, Graves, Pack, Hamrick, Martin, Ambler, McGeehan, Criss, Ward, Butler and Hill - Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/19/2018

 

 4598.  By Del. Isner, Kessinger, Longstreth, Pushkin, Thompson, Hicks, Williams and Fleischauer - Requiring that free feminine hygiene products be provided to female prisoners - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4599.  By Del. Pyles - Permitting retail liquor licensees to sell alcoholic beverages after one o’clock p.m. on Sundays (original similar to SB422) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4600.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Statler and Hill - Authorizing employed investigators of the Board of Medicine, the Board of Osteopathy and the Board of Pharmacy to carry concealed handguns - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/2018

 

 4601.  By Del. Howell, Graves, Higginbotham and Hamrick - Changing the licensing requirement for certain casino employees - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 4602.  By Del. Campbell, Miller, R., Dean, Paynter, Thompson, Hicks, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Moye and Boggs - Relating generally to school calendars - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education

 

*4603.  By Del. Lane, Pushkin, Byrd, Capito, Robinson and Rowe - Providing immunity from civil liability to facilities and employees providing crisis stabilization - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 4604.  By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Providing that proceeds from certain oil and gas wells that are due to persons whose name or address are unknown be kept in a special fund (original similar to SB455) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4605.  By Del. Campbell, Lynch, Moye, Rowe, Boggs, Caputo and Thompson - Relating to the assessment of nonoccupied property owned by out-of-state individuals - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 4606.  By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer, Lynch and Dean - Relating to qualifications for a limited video lottery operator’s license - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*4607.  By Del. Hamrick, Higginbotham, Howell and Graves - Establishing certain criteria for the restricted operation of drones within State Parks, Forests, and Rail Trails - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 4608.  By Del. Hamrick - Creating a consumer's sales and service tax exemption for motion pictures (original similar to HB4541) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 4609.  By Del. Anderson and Deem - Relating to advertising by physicians and podiatrists - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/2018

 

 4610.  By Del. Campbell - Authorizing the city of White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, to expend both principal and interest from a special interest-bearing fund - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 4611.  By Del. Kessinger, Hill, Pack, Robinson and Graves - The Ryan Brown Addiction Prevention and Recovery Fund Act - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance

 

 4612.  By Del. Hanshaw - Prohibiting public utilities from prohibiting customers from constructing, installing, or maintaining a connection or other infrastructure - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 4613.  By Del. Rohrbach, Barrett, Householder, Lovejoy, Ambler and Fleischauer - Providing funds from the State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to the Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Fund - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance

 

 4614.  By Del. Pushkin - Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

 4615.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, McGeehan, Folk, Paynter, Wilson and Foster - Relating generally to forfeiture of contraband - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4616.  By Del. Moye, Campbell and Sponaugle - Requiring a majority of affected persons to a minor boundary adjustment annexation to approve of the annexation - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 4617.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4618.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating to the authority of the Division of Protective Services - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*4619.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Folk, Cooper, Rohrbach, Atkinson and Cowles (Originating in House Education) - Relating to supporting implementation of comprehensive systems for teacher and leader induction and professional growth - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To House Finance 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4620.  By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Miller, C., Cowles, Evans, A., Storch, Frich, Butler, Ellington and Ambler (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Administration, Public Employees Insurance Agency - Introduced 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Finance

 

 4621.  By Del. Miller, C., Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Storch, Walters, Westfall, Boggs, Longstreth, Sponaugle and Maynard (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to removing reference to certain entities with respect to work - Introduced 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4622.  By Del. Espinosa, Rohrbach, Upson, Kelly, Hicks, Statler, Higginbotham, Pyles, Evans, E., Hornbuckle and Rodighiero (Originating in House Education) - Relating to authorizing legislative rules regarding higher education - Introduced 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4623.  By Del. Ellington, Kessinger, Boggs, Sobonya, Hollen and Frich (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to obtaining substance abuse treatment services - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To House Health and Human Resources 2/16/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/28/2018

 

 4624.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Pack, Brewer, Jennings, Iaquinta, Ferro, Hill, Diserio, Marcum and Maynard (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to West Virginia coordinate systems - Introduced 2/20/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4625.  By Del. Nelson , Ambler, Butler, Espinosa, Frich, Householder, Miller, C., Storch, Westfall and Hanshaw (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to allocating a portion of any general revenue surplus accruing after a fiscal year to the Public Employees Insurance Agency Financial Stability Fund - Introduced 2/20/2018 - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Finance

 

 4626.  By Del. Anderson, Nelson , Boggs, Householder, Ellington, Gearheart, Frich, Ambler, Bates and Longstreth (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to West Virginia innovative mine safety technology tax credit act - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4627.  By Del. Moore (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to providing a limitation on the eminent domain authority of a municipal park board - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4628.  By Del. Nelson , Miller, C., Boggs, Westfall, Espinosa, Ambler, Frich, Hartman and Storch (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to authorizing the redirection of amounts collected from certain surcharges and assessments on workers' compensation insurance policies for periods prior to January 1, 2019 - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4629.  By Del. Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Byrd, Robinson, Miller, R., Pushkin, Sobonya, Hollen, Canestraro, Lane and Zatezalo (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to broadband enhancement and expansion policies generally - Introduced 2/26/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4630.  By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Miller, C., Boggs, Westfall, Ellington, Ambler, Longstreth, Hartman and Gearheart (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to a 2019 across-the-board salary adjustment for employees of the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 3/6/2018 - Tabled on 3rd reading, Special Calendar 3/9/2018

 

 4631.  By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Miller, C., Boggs, Westfall, Ellington, Ambler, Longstreth, Hartman and Gearheart (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the unappropriated surplus balance in the State Fund - Insurance Commission Fund - Introduced 3/7/2018 - Tabled on 3rd reading, Special Calendar 3/9/2018

 

 

ALL HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 2.        By Del. Bates - Term Limits for Senators and Delegates in the West Virginia Legislature - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 3.        By Del. Foster - Manufacturing Inventory and Equipment Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 4.        By Del. Sponaugle, Fluharty, Hornbuckle and Marcum - Veteran's Property Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 5.        By Del. Caputo - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 6.        By Del. Bates and Pushkin - State Apportionment Commission - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 7.        By Del. Overington, Espinosa, Upson, Frich and Phillips - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 8.        By Del. Ferro, Hamilton and Caputo - The Simple Majority Levy Approval Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 9.        By Del. Sponaugle, Hornbuckle and Phillips - Volunteer Emergency Service Personnel Property Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 10.      By Del. Rodighiero, Hicks, Marcum and Eldridge - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 11.      By Del. Overington, Foster and Upson - Prohibiting the Governmental Taking of Private Property for Private Use Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 12.      By Del. Overington, Frich and Gearheart - Super-Majority Required for Passage of Tax Bill Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 13.      By Del. Overington, Gearheart, Frich and Sobonya - Initiative, Referendum, and Recall Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 14.      By Del. Sponaugle, Marcum, Hicks, Hamilton and Phillips - Right to Hunt and Fish in West Virginia Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 15.      By Del. Howell, Frich, Cooper and Blair - Senior Citizen Homestead Valuation Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 19.      By Del. Wilson, Upson, Kessinger, Phillips, Miller, C., Rodighiero, Hollen, Rowan and Frich - Life Begins at Conception Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 21.      By Del. Wilson, Paynter, Dean, Maynard, Higginbotham, Folk and Bates - Senators and Delegates Service Limit Amendment - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 24.      By Del. Cooper, Kessinger, Butler, Dean, Deem and Espinosa - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of West Virginia relating to education, and providing for the election of members of the State Board of Education - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 25.      By Del. Sponaugle, Iaquinta, Hartman, Lynch, Longstreth, Phillips, McGeehan, Evans, A., Rowan, Romine, R. and Hamilton - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of West Virginia relating to exempting honorably discharged veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States  - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 101.    By Del. Folk, Pushkin, Sobonya, Butler, Paynter, Gearheart, McGeehan and Dean - Judicial Budget Oversight Amendment (original similar to HJR104, SJR3) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 102.    By Del. Deem - Business Inventory Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 103.    By Del. Espinosa, Sobonya, Hill, Rowan, Frich, Cowles, Kessinger, Jennings, Hamilton, Butler and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Election of West Virginia Board of Education members amendment (original similar to SB20) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018

 

 104.    By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Harshbarger, Sobonya, Moore, Blair, Howell, Westfall, Zatezalo and Gearheart - Judicial Budget Oversight Amendment (original similar to HJR101, SJR3) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 105.    By Del. Marcum, Hicks and Isner - Constitutional Officers Term Limit Amendment - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 106.    By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Just Cut Taxes and Win or JCTAW Amendment (original similar to SJR9) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 107.    By Del. Zatezalo, Householder, Martin, Storch, Hill, Blair, Romine, C., Kessinger, Statler, McGeehan and Fast - Taxpayer Bill of Rights - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 108.    By Del. McGeehan, Kessinger, Hamrick, Butler, Folk, Paynter, Dean, Howell, Romine, R., Ward and Overington - Super-Majority Required for Passage of Tax Bill Amendment - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 109.    By Del. Cowles, Folk, Frich, Westfall, Maynard, Pack, Criss, Ellington, Dean, Nelson and Butler - Legislative Review of Judiciary Budget Amendment (original similar to HJR104, SJR3) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 110.    By Del. Bates - State Apportionment Commission - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 111.    By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Del. Kessinger, Rowan, Ward, Fast, Romine, C., Frich, Hollen, Graves, Jennings and Harshbarger - Amendment prohibiting state funding for abortion except when necessary to save the life of the mother - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 112.    By Del. Pack and Cooper - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of West Virginia amending section three, article VI thereof, all relating to limiting the number of years Senators and Delegates may serve - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 

ALL HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 1.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Introduced 1/10/2018 - Adopted by House 1/10/2018 - To Senate 1/10/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/10/2018

 

 2.        By Del. Atkinson - U. S. Marine Corps PFC James Ralph Heeter Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 3.        By Del. Westfall and Ambler - U. S. Army Cpl David Michael Hopkins and U.S. Army Cpl Romey Earl Hughart, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4.        By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Westfall, Maynard and Howell - U. S. Army SPC4 Gary Wayne Morgan Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 5.        By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Westfall, Maynard and Howell - U. S. Army PFC Jessie Franklin Crow Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/8/2018

 

 6.        By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge and Marcum - U. S. Army Colonel Larkin Bilton Vance Memorial Highway - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 7.        By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge and Marcum - Balentine Brothers Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 8.        By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge, Marcum and Miller, C. - Funding for feasibility study of Coal-to-Chemicals Project  - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining - Adopted by Senate 3/7/2018

 

 9.        By Del. Atkinson, Harshbarger, Cooper and Queen - U. S. Air Force Major Neil L. Ferrell Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 1/31/2018 - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 10.      By Del. Hanshaw - U. S. Army SGT Rodney David King Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*11.      By Del. Nelson, Pushkin, Graves, Rowe, Lane, Byrd, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Capito and Robinson - Charleston Police Department Captain Jerry D. Hill Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 12.      By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R. and Eldridge - John B. Short Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*13.      By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge and Marcum - U. S. Army SGM Bill E. Jeffrey Memorial Road - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/16/2018 - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 14.      By Del. Lane - Glenn Franklin Lough, P.E. Memorial Bridge (original similar to SCR4) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 15.      By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Wagner, Iaquinta and Lynch - U. S. Army PVT Winten L. Wayts Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 16.      By Del. Rowan - Frenchburg Bridge - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 17.      By Del. Phillips, Paynter, Miller, R., Eldridge, Dean and Marcum - U. S. Army CPL F. Lee Noel Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 18.      By Del. Phillips, Paynter, Miller, R., Eldridge, Dean and Marcum - U. S. Army PFC O. T. (Teaberry) Mullins Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 19.      By Del. Rowan, Frich, Eldridge, Hicks, Ambler, Anderson, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Blair, Boggs, Brewer, Butler, Byrd, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Isner, Jennings, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Nelson , Overington, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowe, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Summers, Sypolt, Thompson, Upson, Wagner, Ward, Westfall, White, Williams, Wilson, Zatezalo, Cooper and Campbell - World Moyamoya Awareness Day - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Adopted by Senate 3/8/2018

 

 20.      By Del. Robinson, Rowe, Pushkin, Lane, Graves, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Byrd and Capito - U. S. Marine Corps CPL Larry Scott Kennedy Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 21.      By Del. Miller, R., Rodighiero and Eldridge - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Randall Carl Phelps Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 22.      By Del. Miller, R., Eldridge, Rodighiero and Maynard - U. S. Navy MM2 Carl E. Keeney, U. S. Navy SN1 Frankie Keeney and U. S. Army PFC Carl M. Nicholas Bridge - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 23.      By Del. Fast, Shott, Love, Romine, C. and Miller, R. - Relating to Correctional Officer's Salaries (original similar to SCR5) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 24.      By Del. Kelly, Zatezalo, Wagner, Atkinson, Sobonya, Westfall, Summers, Sypolt, Deem, Criss and Lane - Recognizing March 2, 2018 as National Speech and Debate Education Day - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 25.      By Del. Hollen, Criss, Deem, Kelly, Anderson, Cooper, Phillips, McGeehan, Atkinson and Butler - U. S. Army SPC David A. Hess Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 26.      By Del. Evans, A. - U. S. Army PFC Tracy Victor Rohrbaugh Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 27.      By Del. Summers, Queen, Hamrick, Miley and Iaquinta - Making Grafton's Annual Memorial Day Parade the Official State Memorial Day Parade - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Military - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 28.      By Del. Maynard, Howell and Hamrick - Raising Speed Limits on West Virginia Highways - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 29.      By Del. Iaquinta, Maynard, Evans, A., Brewer, Ferro, Robinson, Sponaugle and Williams - Requesting  the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study Bitcoin - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Rules

 

*30.      By Del. Wagner, Westfall, Hamilton, Jennings, McGeehan and Queen - U. S. Army PFC Victor Allen Mazitis, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 31.      By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Miller, R. - Lowe Mountain Memorial Highway - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 32.      By Del. Rowan - Making Apple Cider West Virginia's State Beverage - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Rules

 

 33.      By Del. Westfall, Wagner, Atkinson, Higginbotham, Rodighiero and Frich - U. S. Army 2LT Clarence Dragoo Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 34.      By Del. Eldridge, Miller, R., Rodighiero, Phillips, Maynard and Byrd - U. S. Army PFC Glenn S. Perdue, U. S. Army TEC 5 Charley H. Perdue and U. S. Army Air Corps SGT Carl C. Perdue Memorial Road - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 35.      By Del. Martin, Butler, Hamrick, Hill, Jennings, Howell and Foster - USMC LCpl George W. Henry, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 36.      By Del. Phillips, Paynter, Marcum, Eldridge and Maynard - Betty Jo Delong Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 37.      By Del. Bates - Amending Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Delegates - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Rules

 

 38.      By Del. Marcum, Thompson, Hicks, Phillips and Dean - U. S. Army SGT Benny Fleming Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 39.      By Del. Miley, Ambler, Anderson, Barrett, Bates, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Caputo, Cooper, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, E., Ferro, Hornbuckle, Iaquinta, Isner, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, Miller, R., Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Rowe, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Summers, Thompson, Upson, Ward, Williams and Wilson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study sustainability of the state's higher education system - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Education then Rules - To Education 3/8/2018

 

*40.      By Del. Maynard, Dean, Eldridge, Moye and Rohrbach - U. S. Air Force SMSgt Billie E. 'Bunky' Hodge Bridge - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/8/2018

 

*41.      By Del. Higginbotham, Espinosa, Kelly, Atkinson, Wilson, Statler, Rohrbach, Cooper, Westfall, Hamrick and Kessinger - Relating to a study of a statewide virtual library   - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Education

 

 42.      By Del. Robinson, Ambler, Anderson, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Dean, Deem, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Howell, Iaquinta, Isner, Jennings, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Nelson , Overington, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Sypolt, Thompson, Wagner, Ward, Westfall, Williams, Wilson and Zatezalo - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods to incentivize and advise middle and high school students to participate in career and technical education programs - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education then Rules

 

 43.      By Del. Martin, Butler, Dean, Evans, A., Folk, Hamilton, Higginbotham, Hill, Jennings, Kessinger, Pack, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowan, Storch and Sypolt - U. S. Navy BT 2 Wade Eugene Lee Burnside Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 44.      By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Marcum, Phillips, Maynard and Love - U. S. Army PFC Clayton Collins Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*45.      By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Romine, C., Hornbuckle, Miller, C., Hicks, Thompson, Byrd and Cowles - U. S. Air Force Reserves 2nd Lieutenant Richard E. Tyson Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/16/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 46.      By Del. Phillips, Marcum, Miller, R., Eldridge and Maynard - U. S. Army PFC Charles Thurman "Buddy" Ellis Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 47.      By Del. Miller, C., Butler, Maynard, Brewer, Lovejoy, Eldridge, Rohrbach and Romine, C. - U. S. Army SPC 4 William L. Amos Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 48.      By Del. Rodighiero - U. S. Army SGT Denver E. Short Memorial Bridge (original similar to SCR1) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 49.      By Del. Marcum - Albert and Laura Baisden Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 50.      By Del. Eldridge, Diserio and Love - Proclaiming and making the fiddle the official musical instrument of the State of West Virginia - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Rules

 

*51.      By Del. Miley, Queen, Hamrick and Iaquinta - Gill Brothers World War Veterans' Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 52.      By Del. Thompson - Curtis 'Pap' and Millie 'Mammie' Asbury Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*53.      By Del. Ward, Caputo, Longstreth and Summers - Pastor Robert L. 'Bob' Barker Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

*54.      By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - U. S. Army SPC 4 Thurman 'Duwayne' Young Memorial Road - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 55.      By Del. Phillips, Rodighiero and Marcum - U. S. Army SSG Henry Kilgore Bridge - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 56.      By Del. Howell, Hill, Hamrick, Summers, Moore, Criss, Maynard, Householder, Butler, Espinosa and Atkinson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the Public Employees Insurance Agency and potential alternative methods to control healthcare costs - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 57.      By Del. Overington, Blair, Butler, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Fast, Folk, Foster, Frich, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Hill, Householder, Howell, Kessinger, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Phillips, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Sobonya, Statler, Storch, Summers, Sypolt, Ward, Westfall, Wilson, Zatezalo, Upson, Adkins, Dean, Marcum and Jennings - Applying to the Congress of the United States to call a convention for proposing amendments pursuant to Article V - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 58.      By Del. Rowe, Robinson and White - U. S. Army SGT Tommy Meadows Memorial Road - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 59.      By Del. Hanshaw - Three Marks Brothers Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 60.      By Del. Rodighiero - Lando Adkins, Sr. Memorial Road - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 61.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Love, Miller, C., Romine, C., Phillips, Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks and Hornbuckle - U. S. Army PFC Cornelious Wiley Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 62.      By Del. Hartman, Lynch, Iaquinta, Isner, Love, Pethtel, Sponaugle, Williams, Boggs, Gearheart and Hamilton - Pocahontas County Veterans Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/10/2018

 

 63.      By Del. Rodighiero, Miller, R., Eldridge, Thompson, Hicks and Maynard - The "U. S. Army SPC Larry E. Nunnery, Sr. Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 64.      By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Romine, C., Hornbuckle, Wilson, Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Butler, Higginbotham and Maynard - USMC Cpl Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams Highway - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 65.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks, Hornbuckle, Marcum, Phillips, Romine, C. and Miller, C. - U. S. Army CPL George Browning Memorial Road - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 66.      By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - Dr. H. Luke Eye Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*67.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Romine, C., Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks, Hornbuckle, Lovejoy, Love and Miller, C. - U. S. Army CPL Wilson B. Lambert, Jr. Memorial Road - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 68.      By Del. Maynard, Eldridge, Miller, C., Hornbuckle, Romine, C., Paynter, Miller, R., Cooper, Phillips, Dean and Love - U. S. Army SGT Douglas Thompson Memorial Road - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 69.      By Del. Marcum, Rodighiero, Hicks, Thompson, Miller, R. and Eldridge - James L. ‘Bud’ Hall, Sr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*70.      By Del. Miley, Iaquinta, Queen and Hamrick - U. S.  Marine Sgt. Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 71.      By Del. Thompson, Hicks, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Eldridge, Marcum and Lovejoy - U. S. Army CPL Lee Roy Young Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 73.      By Del. Pyles, Lynch, Ferro, Iaquinta, Caputo, Fleischauer, Love, Moye, Longstreth, Rowan and Rohrbach - Urging the United States Congress to increase the Social Security death benefit from $255 to $1000 - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Rules

 

 74.      By Del. Thompson, Hicks, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Eldridge, Marcum, Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Miller, C. and Sobonya - U. S. Army CPT Benjamin Ronk Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 75.      By Del. Evans, A., Rowan, Romine, R., Hamilton and Howell - PVT George Howell, Continental Army Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/10/2018

 

*76.      By Del. Rowe, Robinson, Pushkin, Byrd, Lane and White - U. S. Marine Corps LCpl Michael Linn Cooper Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 77.      By Del. Miller, R., Rodighiero, Eldridge and Maynard - Deputy Sheriff Jesse R. Browning Memorial Road - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 78.      By Del. Kelly, Anderson, Atkinson, Hollen, Deem, Criss, Harshbarger, Cooper, Longstreth, Iaquinta and Hartman - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Danny Marshall Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 79.      By Del. Sponaugle - John and Wilbur Hahn Dutch Hollow Pioneers Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 80.      By Del. Rowe, Robinson and White - U. S. Army SGT Tommy Meadows Memorial Road - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 81.      By Del. Pushkin, Rowe and Fleischauer - Proposing to rescind HCR 36 passed by the Regular Session of the Legislature 2016 - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 82.      By Del. Gearheart, Shott, Ellington and Paynter - Designating ATV Recreation Areas - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*83.      By Del. Cooper, Ambler, Harshbarger, Pack, Hollen, Foster, Maynard, Paynter and Wilson - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 84.      By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, Jennings, Sypolt, Miller, R., Fast, Lovejoy, Love, Ambler and Adkins - Requesting the Department of Health and Human Resources and the Bureau for Medical Services review and update Medicaid reimbursement rates for ground and air ambulance services - Introduced 2/26/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*85.      By Del. Howell, Capito, Criss, Espinosa, Evans, A., Fast, Gearheart, Hamrick, Hill, Martin, Moore, Pack, Rowan, Statler, Storch, Westfall and Overington - Requesting the legislatures and departments of transportation of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia to endorse and pursue the construction of a new four-lane, limited access highway, extending Interstate Highway 99 from its present terminus at Bedford, Pennsylvania, to Covington, Virginia - Introduced 2/26/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 86.      By Del. Gearheart and Shott - Bluefield Police Lt. Aaron L. Crook Memorial Road - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 87.      By Del. Gearheart, Ellington and Shott - Constable Joseph H. Davidson Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/3/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 88.      By Del. Storch - U. S. Air Force Capt. Clarence Virgil Slack, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018

 

 89.      By Del. Lynch, Evans, A., Sponaugle, Williams, Iaquinta, Pyles, Ferro, Hamilton, Romine, R., Rowan, Jennings, Campbell, Brewer, Byrd, Canestraro, Criss, Deem, Diserio, Gearheart, Pethtel, Phillips, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rowe and Thompson - Colonel Morgan Morgan Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 90.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Hornbuckle, Miller, C., Phillips, Romine, R., Romine, C., Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson and Marcum - Mack D. Huffman Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 91.      By Del. Romine, R., Evans, A., Hamilton, McGeehan, Jennings, Rowan, Pethtel and Ferro - U.S. Navy Capt Homer Leroy Smith Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018

 

 92.      By Del. Robinson, Ambler, Anderson, Atkinson, Campbell, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brewer, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Dean, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, E., Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Harshbarger, Hartman, Higginbotham, Hill, Hornbuckle, Isner, Kelly, Kessinger, Jennings, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Maynard, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, R., Moye, Nelson, Pack, Overington, Paynter, Pethtel, Queen, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowan, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Summers, Ward, Williams and Zatezalo - Home of Pro-Football Hall of Fame Member Randy G. Moss - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 93.      By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Folk, Graves, Higginbotham, Howell, Martin, McGeehan, Pack, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Storch, Westfall and White - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study exempting state employees from the payment of state income tax - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 3/8/2018

 

 94.      By Del. Miller, C., Foster, Overington, Jennings, Ambler, Butler, Cooper, Dean, Graves, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Howell, Kessinger, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Rowan and Storch - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study comparing West Virginia’s asbestos rules with those in other states  - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 95.      By Del. Westfall - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility and propriety of requiring liability insurance or other means of security on certain motorboats and personal watercraft in this state - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules

 

 96.      By Del. Rowe, Robinson and White - Kidd Brothers Bridge - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 97.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Rodighiero, Miller, C., Romine, C., Phillips, Hornbuckle, Love, Miller, R., Marcum, Hicks and Adkins - Hill Family Veterans Memorial Highway - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

*98.      By Del. Cowles, Dean, Folk, Foster, Harshbarger, Maynard, Rohrbach, Storch, Wagner, Westfall and Williams - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government Organization to conduct a study to consider removing solid waste facilities and the intrastate transportation of solid waste from the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Government Organization then Rules - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 99.      By Del. Westfall, Rowe, Lovejoy, Hartman, Iaquinta, Criss, Bates, Evans, A., Shott, White, Frich and Robinson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the feasibility and propriety of requiring liability insurance or other means of security on certain motorboats and personal watercraft in this state - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To House Rules 3/2/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 100.    By Del. Statler and Frich - Morgantown High School Veterans Bridge - Introduced 3/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/2018 - To Senate 3/9/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/9/2018

 

 101.    By Del. Howell, Blair, Cowles, Espinosa, Evans, A., Folk, Householder, Moore, Overington, Rowan, Upson and Wilson - Requesting the Governor’s Task Force on Public Employee Insurance Agency Stability to review means and methods of including medical facilities - Introduced 3/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 102.    By Del. Rowe, Robinson and White - U. S. Army PFC Earl Russell Cobb, SPC4 Carl Bradford Goodson, and SSGT George T. Saunders, Jr., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 103.    By Del. Westfall - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility and propriety of adopting “Right to Shop” legislation - Introduced 3/7/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 104.    By Del. Dean, Maynard, Paynter, Caputo, Eldridge and Rohrbach - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the requirements and costs to implement a state-based occupational pneumoconiosis, or Black Lung, compensation program (original similar to SB527) - Introduced 3/7/2018 - To Rules

 

 105.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study regarding evaluating Department of Environmental Protection funds - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 106.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study of licensure, certification and registration forms of occupational and professional regulation - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 107.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study of the feasibility of a single building to house all occupational and professional regulatory boards - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 108.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward, Williams and Brewer (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study encouraging the film industry and tourism mechanisms for promoting West Virginia - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 109.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on legislative rules being outcome driven rather than process driven - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 110.    By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Zatezalo, Pethtel, Ferro, Kelly, Caputo, Shott, Harshbarger, Boggs, Miley, Criss, Gearheart and Storch - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance comprehensively study mineral severance taxes and associated fees in West Virginia - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 111.    By Del. Rowan, Boggs, Eldridge, Evans, A., Ferro, Fleischauer, Graves, Kelly, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Martin, Maynard, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Pyles, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Sypolt, White and Zatezalo - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the issues, needs and challenges facing senior citizens in West Virginia - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 112.    By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Miller, R., Barrett, Rodighiero, Marcum, Love, Diserio, Phillips, White and Kelly - Home of Professional Boxing Champion Perry ‘The Punisher” Ballard’ - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules

 

 113.    By Del. Ellington, Lane, Evans, E., Longstreth, Miller, R., Atkinson, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Queen, Byrd, Bates, Canestraro and Rowe - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on the health outcomes of high sugar diets, and the short-term and long-term health and economic benefits of a sugar drink tax - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 114.    By Del. Westfall - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility and propriety of modernizing state code as it relates to rental of motor vehicles  - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 115.    By Del. Nelson , Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Ambler, Anderson, Bates, Boggs, Butler, Cooper, Cowles, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Frich, Gearheart, Harshbarger, Hartman, Householder, Kelly, Lane, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, C., Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Shott, Sobonya, Westfall, Wilson and Zatezalo - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the issue of retirement security and the state taxation of Social Security benefits - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules

 

 116.    By Del. Nelson , Ambler, Butler, Cooper, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Frich, Gearheart, Harshbarger, Hartman, Householder, Kelly, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, C., Moye, Paynter, Shott, Sobonya, Westfall, Wilson and Zatezalo - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the impact on states that require a legislative supermajority to enact tax increases or impose new taxes - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules

 

 117.    By Del. Nelson , Ambler, Butler, Cooper, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Frich, Gearheart, Harshbarger, Hartman, Householder, Kelly, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, C., Moye, Paynter, Shott, Sobonya, Westfall, Wilson, Zatezalo and Foster - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the impact on states that impose tax and expenditure limitations to restrain the growth of state budgets. - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 118.    By Del. Nelson , Westfall and Ellington - Requesting the Joint Committee on Finance to study the fiscal effects of the discretionary use of a video link between a physician and a patient during telemedicine calls regarding non-emergent acute illnesses - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 

ALL HOUSE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 1.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Authorizing the appointment of employees for this, the Second Regular Session of the Eighty-third Legislature, two thousand eighteen - Introduced 1/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/10/2018

 

 2.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Authorizing printing and distribution of Acts of the Legislature and Journals of the House of Delegates - Introduced 1/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/10/2018

 

 3.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to the Standing Committees of the House and creating a new Standing Committee on Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services and setting forth its duties, jurisdiction and membership - Introduced 1/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/10/2018

 

 4.        By Del. Pushkin, Barrett, Diserio, Evans, E., Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Paynter, Pyles, Robinson and Pack - Relating to the House Committee on the Judiciary to investigate allegations of impeachable offenses - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 5.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Del. Nelson , Ambler, Anderson, Butler, Capito, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Frich, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Householder, Howell, Jennings, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Martin, McGeehan, Miller, C., Overington, Pack, Phillips, Queen, Rohrbach, Rowan, Shott, Sobonya, Statler, Storch, Summers, Upson, Walters, Westfall, White, Zatezalo, Evans, A., Folk, Arvon, Atkinson, Barrett, Blair, Boggs, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Caputo, Deem, Diserio, Eldridge, Evans, E., Fast, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Foster, Hanshaw, Hartman, Hicks, Hornbuckle, Iaquinta, Isner, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Maynard, Miley, Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Pushkin, Pyles, Robinson, Rodighiero, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowe, Sponaugle, Sypolt, Thompson, Wagner, Ward, Williams and Wilson - Requesting the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA) Finance Board maintain its current financial plan for the coming year - Introduced 2/7/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/7/2018

 

 6.        By Del. Lynch and Boggs - Encouraging the extension of appropriate public service district water systems to serve the residents on Bug Ridge in Braxton County and Erbacon Mountain in Webster County - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Rules

 

 7.        By Del. Kelly, Anderson, Higginbotham, Hollen, Deem, Criss, Pethtel, Harshbarger, Storch, Zatezalo and Miley - Urging federal policymakers to support legislation advancing the development of an Appalachian Storage Hub - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Energy then Rules - To House Rules 2/19/2018 - Adopted 2/28/2018

 

 8.        By Del. Miller, C., Higginbotham, Espinosa, Graves, Romine, C., Rohrbach, Jennings, Romine, R., Evans, A., Deem, Ambler, Anderson, Cooper, Ellington, Harshbarger, Hollen, Kelly, Lane, Maynard, Overington, Pack, Paynter, Phillips, Storch, Ward and Westfall - Urging Congress and the President of the United States to enact legislation regarding the Glass-Steagall Act - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Rules

 

 9.        By Del. Sypolt, Jennings, Adkins, Ambler, Anderson, Arvon, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Blair, Boggs, Brewer, Butler, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Deem, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, E., Fast, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Folk, Foster, Frich, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Isner, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Nelson , Overington, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Summers, Thompson, Upson, Wagner, Walters, Ward, Westfall, White, Williams, Wilson and Zatezalo - Memorializing the life of the Honorable Tony Jerome Lewis, dedicated husband, father, grandfather, coalminer, soldier, farmer, businessman and public servant - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/23/2018

 

 10.      By Del. Caputo, Anderson, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Dean, Diserio, Eldridge, Evans, E., Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Hanshaw, Hartman, Hicks, Hill, Hornbuckle, Iaquinta, Isner, Kessinger, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Miley, Miller, R., Moye, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rowe, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Thompson, Wagner, Ward, Westfall and Williams - Requesting the Governor to increase public access to the State Capitol - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules

 

 11.      No Delegate(s) Selected - Urging the United States Congress to support efforts to return to national banking policies to repair our nation’s infrastructure - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules

 

 12.      By Del. Sponaugle, Adkins, Ambler, Anderson, Arvon, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Blair, Boggs, Brewer, Butler, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Deem, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, E., Fast, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Folk, Foster, Frich, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Isner, Jennings, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Nelson , Overington, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Sobonya, Statler, Storch, Summers, Sypolt, Thompson, Upson, Wagner, Walters, Ward, Westfall, White, Williams, Wilson and Zatezalo - Memorializing the life of the Honorable Clyde McNeill See, Jr., former Speaker of the House of Delegates, dedicated community leader, public servant and family man - Introduced 3/2/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/2/2018

 

 13.      By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Del. Miley and Bates - Recognizing the Fiftieth Anniversary of the establishment of the Commission on Special Investigations - Introduced 3/9/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/9/2018

 

 14.      By Del. Miller, R., Bates, Boggs, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Caputo, Eldridge, Evans, E., Ferro, Fluharty, Frich, Hartman, Hicks, Iaquinta, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Maynard, Miley, Moye, Pushkin, Pyles, Robinson, Rodighiero, Sponaugle, Thompson, Ward and Westfall - Expressing support for Taiwan’s signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement with the United States - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules

 

 

HOUSE BILLS PASSED HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

*2008.  By Del. Gearheart and Hamrick - Relating to the Dealer Recovery Program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*2028.  By Del. Folk, Hanshaw, Shott, Dean, Fleischauer, Fluharty, McGeehan, Paynter, Martin and Wilson - Relating to the venue for suits and other actions against the state - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/23/2018 - To Senate 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

*2464.  By Del. Cowles - Relating to disclaimers and exclusions of warranties in consumer transactions for goods - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*2483.  By Del. Eldridge, Butler, Rohrbach, Miller, R., Sobonya and Iaquinta - Requiring the Division of Juvenile Services to transfer to a correctional facility or regional jail any juvenile in its custody that has been transferred to adult jurisdiction of the circuit court and who reaches his or her eighteenth birthday - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*2546.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Howell, Wilson, Fast, Zatezalo, Kelly, Harshbarger, Maynard and Walters - Allowing replacement costs of employer provided property to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck if the property is not returned - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 1/29/2018 - To Senate 1/30/2018 - To Workforce - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To Governor 2/19/18 - Approved by Governor 2/23/18

 

*2607.  By Del. Canestraro - Extending the maximum period of confinement a judge may impose for certain, first-time probationary violations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018

 

 2612.  By Del. Walters, Howell, Summers, Fluharty and Frich - Repealing section relating to unattended motor vehicles and penalties - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2018 - Passed House 2/2/2018 - To Senate 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To Governor 2/16/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*2654.  By Del. Statler, Miley, Evans, E., Pethtel, Williams, Upson and Frich - Expanding county commissions’ ability to dispose of county or district property - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18

 

*2655.  By Del. Upson, Blair, Espinosa, Householder, Longstreth, Robinson, Sobonya, Phillips, Hill and Higginbotham - Defining and establishing the crime of cyberbullying - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*2662.  By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Paynter, Maynard, Evans, A., Hamilton, Hicks, Eldridge and Rodighiero - Prohibiting the waste of game animals, game birds or game fish - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Natural Resources

 

*2693.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Paynter, Ambler, Butler, Romine, R., Rodighiero, Eldridge and Hornbuckle - Relating to state ownership of wildlife - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*2694.  By Del. Hamrick, Gearheart, Zatezalo, Howell, Atkinson, Ward, Williams, Statler, Moye, Sobonya and Butler - Relating to the development and implementation of a program to facilitate commercial sponsorship of rest areas - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2696.  By Del. Hamilton, Romine, R., Evans, A., Eldridge, Wagner, Rowan, Wilson, Love and Frich - Relating to crossbow hunting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2799.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Kessinger, Hill, Cowles, Fast, Miller, R. and Isner - Prohibiting the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018 - Passed House 1/30/2018 - To Senate 1/31/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 2822.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Ward, Storch, Martin, Hill and Paynter - Allowing honorably discharged veterans who possess certain military ratings to qualify to take an examination for licensing as a plumber, electrician, and sprinkler fitter - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Military

 

*2831.  By Del. Gearheart and Frich - Relating to the reconstitution of the Driver’s Licensing Advisory Board - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/16/2018 - Passed House 1/31/2018 - To Senate 2/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 2/14/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 2/20/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 2838.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Foster, Martin and Criss - Allowing military veterans who meet certain qualifications to qualify for examination for license as an emergency medical technician - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Health and Human Resources - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/24/2018 - To Senate 1/25/2018 - To Military then Health and Human Resources - To Military 1/25/2018

 

*2841.  By Del. Howell, Frich, Dean, Harshbarger, Hill, Foster, Martin and Criss - Requiring board members to have attended a board meeting to be compensated for the meeting - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018 - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*2843.  By Del. Fast, Kessinger, Hill, Howell and Ward - Permitting Class III municipalities to be included in the West Virginia Tax Increment Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/23/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2869.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Providing for paid leave for certain state officers and employees during a declared state of emergency - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/17/2018 - To Senate 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate receded and passed 3/10/2018

 

*2889.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Storch, Ward, Maynard, Ferro, Lynch and Criss - Allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examinations required of probationary police officer - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*2890.  By Del. Lovejoy, Sobonya, Romine, C., Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Isner and Miller, C. - Establishing a Library Facilities Improvement Fund that will serve to support library facilities construction, maintenance and improvement projects - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2916.  By Del. Pethtel, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Authorizing certain first responders to carry firearms - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*2982.  By Del. Upson - Relating to allowing draw games winners to remain anonymous - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*2983.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting priority to roadway construction, reconstruction and maintenance for roadways prone to recurring floods that hinder ingress and egress - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*2995.  By Del. Overington, Paynter and Kessinger - Permitting certain animal euthanasia technicians who have been certified by other states be certified animal euthanasia technicians in West Virginia - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/5/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*3004.  By Del. Hill, Martin, Howell, Kessinger, Statler, Shott, McGeehan and Espinosa - Relating to filling vacancies in certain offices - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/16/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/1/2018 - To Governor 3/3/18

 

*3005.  By Del. Fast, Hanshaw, Overington, Kessinger and Gearheart - Relating to regulation of unmanned aircraft systems - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended on 3rd reading - Motion to table bill rejected - Passed House 1/25/2018 - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

*3020.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cowles, Ambler, Boggs, Paynter, Atkinson, Kessinger, Eldridge, Statler and Overington - Relating to criminal penalties for the offenses of hunting, trapping or fishing on the lands of another person - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*3061.  By Del. Upson, Espinosa, Statler, Cooper, Rowan, Romine, R., Higginbotham, Hornbuckle, Thompson and Frich - Encouraging mastery-based education through the Innovation In Schools program - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Education

 

*3089.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Higginbotham, Upson, Cooper, Rowan, Harshbarger and Dean - Relating to the adoption of instructional resources for use in the public schools - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*3104.  By Del. Howell and Iaquinta - Transfer of the West Virginia Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Fund - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/12/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4001.  By Del. Fast, Higginbotham, Foster, McGeehan, Kessinger, Westfall, Martin, Ambler, Butler, Queen and Sypolt - Relating to eligibility and fraud requirements for public assistance - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Rereferred to Health and Human Resources on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4002.  By Del. Overington, Cowles, Moore, Hill, Romine, C., Deem, Hamilton, Jennings, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Maynard - Providing that all delegates shall be elected from one hundred single districts following the United States Census in 2020 - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4005.  By Del. Shott, Miller, C., Hanshaw, Lane, Zatezalo, Ellington, Sobonya, Deem, Capito, Romine, C. and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/18/2018 - To Senate 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4006.  By Del. Romine, R., Blair, Espinosa, Higginbotham, Cowles, Criss, Ellington, Hamrick, Westfall, Atkinson and Statler - Revising the processes through which professional development is delivered for those who provide public education - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/19/2018 - Amended - Motion to postpone indefinitely rejected - Passed House 1/31/2018 - To Senate 2/1/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4009.  By Del. Rohrbach, Anderson, Cowles, Phillips, Kelly, Jennings, Atkinson, Harshbarger, Ellington, Lane and Maynard - State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability Act - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/13/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4010.  By Del. Jennings, Ward, Evans, A., Hollen, Fast, Ambler, Martin, Paynter, Rowan, Graves and Zatezalo - Providing no requirement to perform or host a marriage ceremony that does not conform to sincerely held religious beliefs - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/30/2018 - To Senate 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4011.  By Del. Hamrick, Phillips, Storch, Capito, Harshbarger, Kessinger, Householder, Criss, Paynter and Foster - Requiring agencies, when submitting a new rule or changes, to also identify two existing rules that could be repealed - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

*4013.  By Del. Hanshaw, Miller, C., Overington, Graves, Westfall, Anderson, Frich, Cooper, Atkinson, Romine, R. and Hollen - Clarifying venue in West Virginia state courts as it applies to nonresidents of the state - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/1/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/2/2018 - To conference 3/2/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4014.  By Del. Summers, Romine, R., Ellington, Rohrbach, Maynard, Householder, Miller, C., Cooper, Dean and Ambler - Relating to reorganization of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/7/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

*4015.  By Del. Howell, Criss, Hill, Hamrick, Statler, Queen, Blair, Summers, Sypolt, Moore and Storch - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies (original similar to HB4170) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4016.  By Del. Atkinson, Frich, Dean, Shott, Sypolt, Graves, Hamrick, White, Ward and Capito - Relating to combatting waste, fraud, and misuse of public funds through investigations, accountability and transparency - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

*4019.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4020.  By Del. Hanshaw and Foster - Making technical corrections in the code when referencing chapter 49 - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/19/2018 - To Senate 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/5/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 2/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 2/8/2018 - Passed Senate 2/8/2018 - To Governor 2/14/18 - Approved by Governor 2/20/18

 

*4022.  By Del. Hamrick, Butler, Barrett, Dean, Fast, Hollen, Lovejoy and Queen - Exempting the consumer sales and service tax and use tax for services for the repair, remodeling and maintenance of certain aircraft (original similar to SB131, SB311) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4023.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Dean and Butler - Relating to the regulation of dialysis technicians - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4024.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Sobonya, Atkinson, Dean, Hollen, Butler and Espinosa - Relating generally to direct cremation or direct burial expenses for indigent persons - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate receded and passed 3/7/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4025.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Sobonya, Atkinson, Butler and Dean - Permitting reciprocity for licensure as a pharmacy technician - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/17/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4026.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Atkinson, Hollen, Butler, Dean and Frich - Exempting cashiers from licensure under the Larry W. Border Pharmacy Practice Act - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/22/2018 - To Senate 1/23/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4027.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen and Dean - Creating an education permit for allopathic physician resident - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Education then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4035.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Byrd, Capito, Hollen, Dean, Butler, Frich and Rowan - Creating a legislative coalition to study and report to the Legislature on palliative care - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary 2/27/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*4036.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing the maximum salaries of family case coordinators and secretary-clerks - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*4042.  By Del. Westfall, Atkinson, Wagner, Dean and Frich - Redefining school zone to facilitate placement of school zone signs - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*4079.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Promulgating administrative rules by various executive or administrative agencies of the state (original similar to SB190) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4135.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original similar to SB265) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*4138.  By Del. Byrd, Fluharty, Lane, Miller, R., Phillips, Fleischauer, Moore, Lovejoy, Blair, Canestraro and Robinson - Requiring certain public or private schools and daycare centers to install carbon monoxide detectors - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/2/2018 - To Senate 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4142.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Providing certain employees of the Division of Corrections, Division of Juvenile Services, and West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority a salary adjustment (original similar to SB262) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18 - Approved by Governor 3/10/18

 

*4145.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing the annual salaries of members of the West Virginia State Police, public school teachers and school service personnel (original similar to SB267) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Recalled from House 3/3/2018 - Senate reconsidered action - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/3/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/3/2018 - To conference 3/5/2018 - Suspension of Joint Rule 3 - Motion Previous Question rejected - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/6/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/6/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

 4146.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to SB266) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*4150.  By Del. Howell, Miller, C., Hill, Storch, Dean, Lynch, Hamrick, Ward, Atkinson, Queen and Maynard - Prohibiting telecommunications and IP-enabled voice services from displaying the name or telephone number of the recipient - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/25/2018 - To Senate 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4153.  By Del. Rowe, Ellington, Summers, Maynard, Eldridge, Romine, R., White, Anderson, Miley and Hamilton - Imposing a health care related provider tax on certain health care organizations - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4154.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Establishing the 2018 Regulatory Reform Act (original similar to SB269) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*4156.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Espinosa, Householder and Frich - Establishing the qualifications of full and part time nursing school faculty members - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 1/19/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4157.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating the refundable exemption for road construction contractors (original similar to SB264) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4162.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Lynch, Pethtel and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting authority to the State Conservation Committee to contract for flood response - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/2018 - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*4166.  By Del. Westfall, Kessinger, Paynter, Foster, Hamrick, Butler, Statler, Summers and Hamilton - Establishing a special revenue fund to be known as the "Capital Improvements Fund — Department of Agriculture Facilities" - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4169.  By Del. Barrett, Shott, Overington, Moore, Kessinger, Lane, Queen, Upson, Lovejoy, Canestraro and Miller, R. - Requiring certain establishments and facilities to post human trafficking assistance notices (original similar to SB114) - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4174.  By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Designating the placement of nonpartisan judicial offices on the primary election ballot - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/26/2018 - To Senate 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4175.  By Del. Sobonya, Summers, Criss, Rohrbach, Hollen, Westfall and Lovejoy - Preventing requirement that an advanced practice registered nurse participate in a collaborative relationship to obtain payment - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4178.  By Del. Summers, Longstreth, Ellington, Espinosa and Householder - Permitting certain portions of certified nurse aide training to be provided through distance learning technologies - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Education then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4180.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Romine, R., Love, Eldridge, Jennings, Lynch, Hollen and Wagner - Relating to wildlife resources (original similar to SB345) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4183.  By Del. Espinosa, Romine, R., Upson, Higginbotham, Rohrbach, Kelly, Cooper, Westfall and Dean - Relating generally to standardized testing requirements for nonpublic schools - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Education - Passed House 1/29/2018 - To Senate 1/30/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

*4186.  By Del. Westfall, Householder, Upson, Miller, C., Frich, White, Lane, Kessinger, Moore, Criss and Nelson - Relating generally to guaranteed asset protection waivers - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/6/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4187.  By Del. Foster, Graves, Butler, Summers, Zatezalo, Miller, R., Barrett, Isner, Hollen and Blair - Business Liability Protection Act (original similar to SB484) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4197.  By Del. Summers, Westfall, White, Criss, Rohrbach and Frich - Requiring persons employed to dispatch emergency calls complete a course in cardiovascular care for telephonic resuscitation (original similar to SB409) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/31/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4199.  By Del. Ellington, Longstreth, Householder and Frich - Permitting a nursing home to use trained individuals to administer medication - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4207.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Authorizing an online application to receive a commission to act as a notary public, and eliminating the bond requirement - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4214.  By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Diserio, Miller, R., Campbell, Marcum, Dean, Phillips, Ambler, Paynter and Cooper - Increasing penalties for unlawfully possessing or digging ginseng - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4217.  By Del. Ellington, Sobonya, Atkinson, Queen, Summers, White, Westfall, Dean, Criss, Rohrbach and Frich - Permitting an attending physician to obtain a patient’s autopsy report - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4218.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Criss, Hollen and Frich - Relating to medical professional liability - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/28/2018

 

 4219.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Cooper, Dean, Wilson and Higginbotham - Permitting employees of educational services cooperatives to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 3/5/2018

 

*4230.  By Del. Westfall, Frich, White and Upson - Relating to credit for reinsurance - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/6/2018 - Effect January 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective January 1, 2019 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4233.  By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ferro, Barrett and Ellington - Relating generally to fraudulent transfers - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/1/2018 - To Senate 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4236.  By Del. Nelson, Hanshaw and Shott - Requiring agencies to provide an annual inventory of real property holdings to the Real Estate Division (original similar to SB342) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4238.  By Del. Fleischauer, Williams, Pyles, Statler, Frich, Hamrick, Robinson, Brewer, Storch, Howell and Miley - Authorizing counties and municipalities to establish a joint airport hazard comprehensive plan - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/8/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4242.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying the jurisdictional amount for removal of a civil action from magistrate court to circuit court - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/1/2018 - To Senate 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/16/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*4251.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Permitting employees of baccalaureate institutions and universities outside of this state to be appointed to board of governors - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/5/2018 - To Senate 2/6/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Senate reconsidered action - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4268.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, Zatezalo, Westfall, Fast, Higginbotham, Ward, Hollen, Atkinson, Foster and Lane - Co-tenancy Modernization and Majority Protection Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/5/2018 - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*4270.  By Del. Deem, Kelly, Zatezalo, Anderson, Romine, R., Hollen, Evans, A., White, Lane, Harshbarger and Shott - Providing for the timely payment of moneys owed from oil and natural gas production - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/2018 - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary 2/28/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4275.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw and Cowles - Relating to the law-enforcement authority of the director and officers of the division of protective services - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*4276.  By Del. Canestraro, Hanshaw, Shott, Isner, Miller, R., Robinson and Frich - Allowing magistrates to grant work release privileges - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

*4279.  By Del. Rowan, Fast, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Rohrbach, Eldridge, Lynch, Maynard, Lovejoy and Fleischauer - Relating to adult protective services system - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/2/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

 4285.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White and Evans, A. - Relating to the West Virginia Safe Mortgage Licensing Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 2/5/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4289.  By Del. Walters, Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and Evans, E. - Relating to disability pensions of municipal employees - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4304.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Hamrick, Criss, Rohrbach and Hollen - Creating the Board of Nursing - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/2/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4306.  By Del. Summers, Rohrbach, Barrett, Blair and Frich - Permitting local boards of health to combine without approval from the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/14/2018 - To Senate 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*4309.  By Del. Kessinger, Westfall, White, Cowles and Bates - Restricting the sale and trade of dextromethorphan - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

*4320.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Limiting the ability of an agent under a power of attorney to take self-benefiting actions - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/12/2018 - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 4324.  By Del. Howell, Statler, Hill, Martin, Butler, Shott, Moore, Criss, Paynter, Foster and Pack - Relating to the employment of individuals by municipal paid fire departments under civil service - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4332.  By Del. Rohrbach, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Summers and Frich - Relating to home peritoneal renal dialysis - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/8/2018 - To Senate 2/9/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4336.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Rohrbach, Householder, Atkinson, Criss, Hollen, Hill, Rowan, Dean and Cooper - Updating the schedule of controlled substances - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/9/2018 - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

*4338.  By Del. Fast, Miller, R., Hanshaw, Shott, Eldridge, Robinson, Lovejoy, Lane, Williams, Isner and Foster - Relating to the powers and authority of the Divisions of Administrative Services, and Corrections and Rehabilitation of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety (original similar to SB369) - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

*4343.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White, Upson, Lovejoy, Robinson and Evans, A. - Relating to the delivery of financial statements to bank shareholders - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4345.  By Del. Moore, Pushkin, Upson, Hill, Paynter, Dean, White, Folk, Lane and McGeehan - Relating to limitations on permits for growers, processors and dispensaries of medical cannabis - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Motion to amend on 3rd Reading rejected - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/10/2018 - Title amended

 

*4347.  By Del. Moore, Shott, Hanshaw, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Summers, Sobonya, Fast, Queen, Byrd and Capito - Relating to voluntary contributions to the West Virginia State Police Forensic Laboratory Fund (original similar to HB4271) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4350.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Hill, Martin, Criss, Paynter, Moore, Statler, Kessinger and Fast - Eliminating the regulation of upholstery - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2018 - To Senate 2/9/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4357.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Boggs, Capito, Foster, Moore, Queen, Barrett, Byrd, Harshbarger and Nelson  - West Virginia Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/12/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*4359.  By Del. Westfall, Lovejoy, Byrd, Lane, Kessinger, Queen, Atkinson, Graves and Fleischauer - Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/7/2018 - To Senate 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4361.  By Del. Iaquinta, Williams, Cooper, Evans, A., Romine, R., Dean, Longstreth, Byrd, Robinson, Hornbuckle and Boggs - Bestowing the West Augusta Award upon each West Virginian graduating from U. S. Military Academies with the highest grade point average - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Education - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Education

 

*4368.  By Del. Westfall, Frich and Lane - Relating to voluntary assignments of wages by state employees who have been overpaid - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4376.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Health and Human Resources (original similar to SB378) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4379.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB390) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4380.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Agriculture (original similar to SB391) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4381.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Education (original similar to SB380) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4384.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB381) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4385.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services (original similar to SB389) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/8/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

 4386.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health – Community Mental Health Services (original similar to SB387) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4389.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the Enterprise Resource Planning System Fund (original similar to SB383) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*4392.  By Del. Ellington, Hanshaw, Householder, Shott and Summers - Relating to Medicaid subrogation liens of the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

*4394.  By Del. Evans, A., Hartman, Hamilton and Romine, R. - Relating to forest fires (original similar to SB429) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4400.  By Del. Westfall, Hartman, Criss, White, Lane, Walters, Upson, Frich, Capito and Shott - Relating to the West Virginia Physicians Mutual Insurance Company - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*4401.  By Del. Ambler, Sobonya, Westfall, Frich, Cooper, Foster, Householder, Barrett and Phillips - Relating to the registration of business (original similar to SB497) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Government Organization - Referred to Finance 2/28/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 4402.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Moye, Hornbuckle, Kelly, Rodighiero, Blair, Householder, Higginbotham, Dean and Campbell - Relating to the prevention of sexual abuse of children - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4407.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Kelly, Blair, Higginbotham, Atkinson and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to eligibility for alternative program teacher certificate - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Education - Passed House 2/13/2018 - To Senate 2/14/2018 - To Education - Rereferred to Education on 2nd reading 3/7/2018

 

 4410.  By Del. Moore, Westfall, Lane and White - Removing the requirement that the State Auditor receive copies of the Limited Video Lottery bids - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/9/2018 - To Senate 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4422.  By Del. Frich, Walters, Westfall, Upson, Householder, Statler, Ambler, Evans, A., Miller, C. and Anderson - Permitting permanent endowment funds of cemeteries to invest their principal in certain government bonds, and corporate bonds - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4424.  By Del. Miley, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Shott, Fleischauer, Lane, Rowe, Hanshaw, Boggs, Hamilton, Caputo and Campbell - Providing that the Ethics Act applies to certain persons providing services without pay to state elected officials - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*4428.  By Del. Foster, Cowles, Upson, Householder, Moore and Butler - Allowing training hours earned through public school education or apprenticeship to count towards an applicant’s occupational certification - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/2018

 

*4431.  By Del. Statler, Miley, Caputo, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Williams, Pyles, Summers, Frich, Ward and Hamrick - Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/2018

 

 4433.  By Del. Nelson, Boggs, Ambler, Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Miller, C., Walters, Longstreth, Pethtel and Sponaugle - Declaring certain claims against an agency of the state to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/15/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4434.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying provisions relating to candidates unaffiliated with a political party as it relates to certificates of announcement - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/2018 - To Senate 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

 4436.  By Del. Frich, Atkinson, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler and Ward - Clarifying when a minor between the ages of 16 and 18 may be employed by or elected as a member of a volunteer fire department - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4444.  By Del. Frich, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler, Butler and Paynter - Clarifying the authority of the State Fire Commission in adopting a State Building Code - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/5/2018 - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4447.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Moore, Miller, C., Harshbarger, Fast, Lane, Hollen, Capito, Summers and Byrd - Providing for a uniform and efficient system of broadband conduit installation - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4451.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Howell, Fast, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Lane, Moore, Zatezalo, Hollen, Harshbarger and Capito - Creating the West Virginia Sentencing Commission - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4453.  By Del. Shott, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Isner, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Canestraro, Lane, Moore and Summers - Relating to judicial review of contested cases under the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Board of Review - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

*4455.  By Del. Overington, Isner, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Queen, Fast, Foster, Canestraro, Paynter, Miller, R. and Martin - Relating to animal abuse - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 4462.  By Del. Byrd, Hollen, Folk, Criss, Robinson, Phillips, Dean, Kelly, Westfall, Canestraro and Summers - Allowing off duty members and officers of the department of public safety to guard private property - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/16/2018 - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/2018

 

 4465.  By Del. Summers (By Request) and Pushkin - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

*4473.  By Del. Sobonya, Romine, C., Westfall, Overington, Ambler, Butler, Miller, C., Rowan, Ward, Householder and Rohrbach - Relating to use of state funds for advertising to promote a public official or government office - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/19/2018 - To Senate 2/20/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

*4478.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Hanshaw, Hornbuckle, Williams, Byrd, Canestraro, Miller, R., Robinson, Rowe and Isner - Authorizing public schools to distribute excess food to students - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

*4481.  By Del. Howell, Summers, Bates, Rohrbach, Ellington, Shott, Hamrick, Statler, Hill and Frich - Relating to mandatory inter-board reporting by licensees or registrants of the boards of medicine, osteopathic medicine, nursing - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 4486.  By Del. White, Frich, Lane, Westfall, Queen, Dean, Martin, Eldridge, Phillips, Moore and Foster - Relating to persons required to obtain a license to engage in the business of currency exchange - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4488.  By Del. Hanshaw, Boggs and Shott - Relating to the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Authority - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/7/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4490.  By Del. Harshbarger, Hollen, Paynter, Romine, R., Ward, Atkinson, Martin, Butler, Sypolt and Storch - Relating to oil and gas permits not to be on flat well royalty leases (original similar to SB360) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/19/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4502.  By Del. Barrett, Kessinger, Moore, Sobonya, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Canestraro and Harshbarger - Adding the crimes of murder and armed robbery to the list of offenses for which a prosecutor may apply for an order authorizing interception - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

*4509.  By Del. Pushkin, Sobonya, Robinson, Summers, Fleischauer, Kessinger, Longstreth and Frich - Relating to the establishment of substance abuse treatment facilities - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/2018

 

*4511.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Ellington, Howell, Frich, Zatezalo and Anderson - Modifying bail requirements - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4522.  By Del. Nelson - Allowing certain tax information to be shared with the Director of Purchasing Division, Department of Administration, and State Auditor - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/8/2018 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/9/2018 - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*4524.  By Del. Ellington, Summers and Rohrbach - Establishing guidelines for the substitution of certain biological pharmaceuticals - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4529.  By Del. Rohrbach - Relating to oath by municipal official certifying list of delinquent business and occupation taxes - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/8/2018

 

 4539.  By Del. Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and Evans, E. - Providing an annual annuity adjustment of 1 percent for eligible deputy sheriff retirants and surviving spouses - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Finance - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 3/5/2018

 

*4542.  By Del. Hanshaw - Allowing public service districts to accept payment by credit card - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*4546.  By Del. Sobonya, Frich, Romine, C., Miller, C., Rohrbach, Butler, Summers, Pack, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Relating to where an application for a marriage license may be made - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*4550.  By Del. Barrett and Householder - Providing the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists the authority to establish an apprenticeship program for cosmetologists - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/26/2018 - To Senate 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*4558.  By Del. Capito, Nelson  and Frich - Establishing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Investment Fund in the West Virginia Development Office (original similar to SB365) - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

*4571.  By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Lynch, Miller, R., Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer and Dean - Relating to the final day of filing announcements of candidates for a political office - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

*4603.  By Del. Lane, Pushkin, Byrd, Capito, Robinson and Rowe - Providing immunity from civil liability to facilities and employees providing crisis stabilization - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*4607.  By Del. Hamrick, Higginbotham, Howell and Graves - Establishing certain criteria for the restricted operation of drones within State Parks, Forests, and Rail Trails - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 4617.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*4618.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating to the authority of the Division of Protective Services - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/2018

 

*4619.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Folk, Cooper, Rohrbach, Atkinson and Cowles (Originating in House Education) - Relating to supporting implementation of comprehensive systems for teacher and leader induction and professional growth - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To House Finance 2/13/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/2/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4620.  By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Miller, C., Cowles, Evans, A., Storch, Frich, Butler, Ellington and Ambler (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Administration, Public Employees Insurance Agency - Introduced 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/19/2018 - To Finance

 

 4621.  By Del. Miller, C., Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Storch, Walters, Westfall, Boggs, Longstreth, Sponaugle and Maynard (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to removing reference to certain entities with respect to work - Introduced 2/16/2018 - Passed House 2/21/2018 - To Senate 2/22/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4622.  By Del. Espinosa, Rohrbach, Upson, Kelly, Hicks, Statler, Higginbotham, Pyles, Evans, E., Hornbuckle and Rodighiero (Originating in House Education) - Relating to authorizing legislative rules regarding higher education - Introduced 2/15/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - To Senate 2/21/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 3/6/2018

 

*4623.  By Del. Ellington, Kessinger, Boggs, Sobonya, Hollen and Frich (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to obtaining substance abuse treatment services - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To House Health and Human Resources 2/16/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/27/2018 - To Senate 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/28/2018

 

 4624.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Pack, Brewer, Jennings, Iaquinta, Ferro, Hill, Diserio, Marcum and Maynard (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to West Virginia coordinate systems - Introduced 2/20/2018 - Passed House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4625.  By Del. Nelson , Ambler, Butler, Espinosa, Frich, Householder, Miller, C., Storch, Westfall and Hanshaw (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to allocating a portion of any general revenue surplus accruing after a fiscal year to the Public Employees Insurance Agency Financial Stability Fund - Introduced 2/20/2018 - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Senate 2/23/2018 - To Finance

 

 4626.  By Del. Anderson, Nelson , Boggs, Householder, Ellington, Gearheart, Frich, Ambler, Bates and Longstreth (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to West Virginia innovative mine safety technology tax credit act - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

 4627.  By Del. Moore (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to providing a limitation on the eminent domain authority of a municipal park board - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 4628.  By Del. Nelson , Miller, C., Boggs, Westfall, Espinosa, Ambler, Frich, Hartman and Storch (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to authorizing the redirection of amounts collected from certain surcharges and assessments on workers' compensation insurance policies for periods prior to January 1, 2019 - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Amended - Passed House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 3/9/2018

 

 4629.  By Del. Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Byrd, Robinson, Miller, R., Pushkin, Sobonya, Hollen, Canestraro, Lane and Zatezalo (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to broadband enhancement and expansion policies generally - Introduced 2/26/2018 - Passed House 2/28/2018 - Effective from passage - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/2018 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

*11.      By Del. Nelson, Pushkin, Graves, Rowe, Lane, Byrd, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Capito and Robinson - Charleston Police Department Captain Jerry D. Hill Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 20.      By Del. Robinson, Rowe, Pushkin, Lane, Graves, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Byrd and Capito - U. S. Marine Corps CPL Larry Scott Kennedy Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 21.      By Del. Miller, R., Rodighiero and Eldridge - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Randall Carl Phelps Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 24.      By Del. Kelly, Zatezalo, Wagner, Atkinson, Sobonya, Westfall, Summers, Sypolt, Deem, Criss and Lane - Recognizing March 2, 2018 as National Speech and Debate Education Day - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/2018 - To Senate 3/1/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 39.      By Del. Miley, Ambler, Anderson, Barrett, Bates, Brewer, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Caputo, Cooper, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, E., Ferro, Hornbuckle, Iaquinta, Isner, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, Miller, R., Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Rowe, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Summers, Thompson, Upson, Ward, Williams and Wilson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study sustainability of the state's higher education system - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Education then Rules - To Education 3/8/2018

 

*41.      By Del. Higginbotham, Espinosa, Kelly, Atkinson, Wilson, Statler, Rohrbach, Cooper, Westfall, Hamrick and Kessinger - Relating to a study of a statewide virtual library   - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Education - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Education

 

 44.      By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Marcum, Phillips, Maynard and Love - U. S. Army PFC Clayton Collins Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*51.      By Del. Miley, Queen, Hamrick and Iaquinta - Gill Brothers World War Veterans' Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*54.      By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - U. S. Army SPC 4 Thurman 'Duwayne' Young Memorial Road - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 3/5/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 56.      By Del. Howell, Hill, Hamrick, Summers, Moore, Criss, Maynard, Householder, Butler, Espinosa and Atkinson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the Public Employees Insurance Agency and potential alternative methods to control healthcare costs - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 64.      By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Romine, C., Hornbuckle, Wilson, Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Butler, Higginbotham and Maynard - USMC Cpl Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams Highway - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/2018 - To Senate 2/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*67.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Romine, C., Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks, Hornbuckle, Lovejoy, Love and Miller, C. - U. S. Army CPL Wilson B. Lambert, Jr. Memorial Road - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*70.      By Del. Miley, Iaquinta, Queen and Hamrick - U. S.  Marine Sgt. Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 71.      By Del. Thompson, Hicks, Rodighiero, Miller, R., Eldridge, Marcum and Lovejoy - U. S. Army CPL Lee Roy Young Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*76.      By Del. Rowe, Robinson, Pushkin, Byrd, Lane and White - U. S. Marine Corps LCpl Michael Linn Cooper Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*83.      By Del. Cooper, Ambler, Harshbarger, Pack, Hollen, Foster, Maynard, Paynter and Wilson - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 84.      By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, Jennings, Sypolt, Miller, R., Fast, Lovejoy, Love, Ambler and Adkins - Requesting the Department of Health and Human Resources and the Bureau for Medical Services review and update Medicaid reimbursement rates for ground and air ambulance services - Introduced 2/26/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 86.      By Del. Gearheart and Shott - Bluefield Police Lt. Aaron L. Crook Memorial Road - Introduced 2/27/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/2018 - To Senate 3/2/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 93.      By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Folk, Graves, Higginbotham, Howell, Martin, McGeehan, Pack, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Storch, Westfall and White - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study exempting state employees from the payment of state income tax - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 3/8/2018

 

 94.      By Del. Miller, C., Foster, Overington, Jennings, Ambler, Butler, Cooper, Dean, Graves, Hamrick, Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Howell, Kessinger, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, R., Rowan and Storch - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study comparing West Virginia’s asbestos rules with those in other states  - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

*98.      By Del. Cowles, Dean, Folk, Foster, Harshbarger, Maynard, Rohrbach, Storch, Wagner, Westfall and Williams - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government Organization to conduct a study to consider removing solid waste facilities and the intrastate transportation of solid waste from the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To Government Organization then Rules - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 99.      By Del. Westfall, Rowe, Lovejoy, Hartman, Iaquinta, Criss, Bates, Evans, A., Shott, White, Frich and Robinson - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the feasibility and propriety of requiring liability insurance or other means of security on certain motorboats and personal watercraft in this state - Introduced 3/2/2018 - To House Rules 3/2/2018 - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 101.    By Del. Howell, Blair, Cowles, Espinosa, Evans, A., Folk, Householder, Moore, Overington, Rowan, Upson and Wilson - Requesting the Governor’s Task Force on Public Employee Insurance Agency Stability to review means and methods of including medical facilities - Introduced 3/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Rules

 

 102.    By Del. Rowe, Robinson and White - U. S. Army PFC Earl Russell Cobb, SPC4 Carl Bradford Goodson, and SSGT George T. Saunders, Jr., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/5/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/7/2018 - To Senate 3/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 103.    By Del. Westfall - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility and propriety of adopting “Right to Shop” legislation - Introduced 3/7/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 105.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study regarding evaluating Department of Environmental Protection funds - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 106.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study of licensure, certification and registration forms of occupational and professional regulation - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 107.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study of the feasibility of a single building to house all occupational and professional regulatory boards - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 108.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward, Williams and Brewer (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study encouraging the film industry and tourism mechanisms for promoting West Virginia - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 109.    By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Adkins, Criss, Graves, Jennings, Martin, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Pyles, Sypolt, Ward and Williams (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on legislative rules being outcome driven rather than process driven - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 110.    By Del. Nelson , Anderson, Zatezalo, Pethtel, Ferro, Kelly, Caputo, Shott, Harshbarger, Boggs, Miley, Criss, Gearheart and Storch - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance comprehensively study mineral severance taxes and associated fees in West Virginia - Introduced 3/8/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 111.    By Del. Rowan, Boggs, Eldridge, Evans, A., Ferro, Fleischauer, Graves, Kelly, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Martin, Maynard, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Pyles, Queen, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Sypolt, White and Zatezalo - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the issues, needs and challenges facing senior citizens in West Virginia - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 113.    By Del. Ellington, Lane, Evans, E., Longstreth, Miller, R., Atkinson, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Queen, Byrd, Bates, Canestraro and Rowe - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on the health outcomes of high sugar diets, and the short-term and long-term health and economic benefits of a sugar drink tax - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 114.    By Del. Westfall - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility and propriety of modernizing state code as it relates to rental of motor vehicles  - Introduced 3/9/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 117.    By Del. Nelson , Ambler, Butler, Cooper, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Frich, Gearheart, Harshbarger, Hartman, Householder, Kelly, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, C., Moye, Paynter, Shott, Sobonya, Westfall, Wilson, Zatezalo and Foster - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the impact on states that impose tax and expenditure limitations to restrain the growth of state budgets. - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 118.    By Del. Nelson , Westfall and Ellington - Requesting the Joint Committee on Finance to study the fiscal effects of the discretionary use of a video link between a physician and a patient during telemedicine calls regarding non-emergent acute illnesses - Introduced 3/10/2018 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 

ALL SENATE BILLS PASSED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

*7.        By Sen. Trump, Cline and Takubo - Relating to claims under Wage Payment and Collection Act (original similar to SB335) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - Passed Senate 1/29/2018 - To House 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - House rejected 3/6/2018

 

*10.      By Sen. Sypolt, Clements, Rucker, Smith, Maroney, Cline and Gaunch - Relating generally to PSC jurisdiction (original similar to HB4355, SB515) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*30.      By Sen. Maynard - Relating generally to hunting with dogs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary 1/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*36.      By Sen. Woelfel and Plymale - Relating generally to DNA testing - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*37.      By Sen. Woelfel, Trump and Ojeda - Equalizing penalty for entering without breaking regardless of time of day - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - Passed Senate 1/24/2018 - To House 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*39.      By Sen. Woelfel, Baldwin, Plymale and Beach - Creating Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - Passed Senate 1/24/2018 - To House 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*46.      By Sen. Cline and Takubo - Permitting pharmacists to inform customers of lower-cost alternative drugs - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - To House 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/5/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/2018 - To conference 3/7/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 47.      By Sen. Romano and Ojeda - Requiring Defense Department advocacy groups be notified in abuse or neglect of military person's child - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Military then Health and Human Resources - To Health and Human Resources 1/24/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/19/2018 - To House 2/20/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/6/2018

 

*51.      By Sen. Gaunch and Cline - Relating to domestic relations (original similar to HB4020) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - Passed Senate 1/29/2018 - To House 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/9/2018 - To conference 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*53.      By Sen. Palumbo - Correcting code reference in regard to certain persons exempted from prohibitions against carrying concealed deadly weapons (original similar to HB4187) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2018 - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*57.      By Sen. Romano - Relating to third-party litigation financing - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To House 2/14/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 62.      By Sen. Prezioso - Adjusting requirements for hiring school attendance directors - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - To House 1/23/2018 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/13/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/14/2018 - To Governor 2/19/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

 67.      By Sen. Weld and Cline - Exempting DNR police officers' pensions from state income tax (original similar to SB112, SB285) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 1/18/2018 - Passed Senate 1/26/2018 - To House 1/29/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*71.      By Sen. Weld, Prezioso and Cline - Defining "veteran" as it pertains to veteran-owned business - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Military then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - To Government Organization 1/24/2018 - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - To House 2/1/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/22/2018 - To Governor 3/2//18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

*73.      By Sen. Weld and Cline - Modifying crime of fleeing from scene of accident - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/20/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*75.      By Sen. Ferns and Maroney - Relating to sale or transfer of video lottery locations - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - Passed Senate 1/24/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 78.      By Sen. Ferns and Cline - Continuing personal income tax adjustment for certain retirees - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/1/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*82.      By Sen. Ferns and Cline - Including rebuttable presumptions in certain cases for firefighters with regard to workers' compensation - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

*87.      By Sen. Karnes and Cline - Allowing purchase of Class XS resident senior hunting, fishing and trapping licenses at age 65 - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/6/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2018 - Passed Senate 2/19/2018 - To House 2/20/2018 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary

 

*98.      By Sen. Palumbo, Gaunch, Drennan, Takubo and Beach - Creating incentives to consolidate local governments (original similar to HB2843) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2018 - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - To House 1/23/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

*102.    By Sen. Trump - Creating WV Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (original similar to HB4209, HB4320) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2018 - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*110.    By Sen. Trump - Requiring certain licensees notify law enforcement or EMS of life-threatening emergency on premises - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2018 - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - To House 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 112.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Clarifying that natural resources police officers' subsistence allowance is pensionable (original similar to SB285, SB67) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Natural Resources then Pensions - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/27/2018

 

*116.    By Sen. Trump - Providing court costs collected under Second Chance Driver's License Program are not subject to 5 percent offset - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - To Finance 1/19/2018 - Passed Senate 1/26/2018 - To House 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

*133.    By Sen. Gaunch, Blair, Swope, Baldwin, Jeffries, Boso and Ojeda - Exempting renewal of certain contracts entered into during declared state of emergency (original similar to HB4034) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2018 - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - To House 1/23/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*134.    By Sen. Gaunch, Blair, Swope, Baldwin, Jeffries, Ojeda, Cline and Maroney - Authorizing Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to engage individuals for emergency response and recovery (original similar to HB4033) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2018 - To Finance 1/17/2018 - Passed Senate 1/24/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/25/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/3/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate reconsidered action - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/3/2018 - House receded and passed 3/5/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*141.    By Sen. Sypolt - Expanding county assessment and collection of head tax on breeding cows - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization 1/26/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/2/2018 - Passed Senate 2/7/2018 - To House 2/8/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 143.    By Sen. Sypolt - Permitting DNR identification tag be used to identify trap - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 1/26/2018 - To House 1/29/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/3/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*146.    By Sen. Trump - Correcting technical error within Solid Waste Management Act - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - Passed Senate 1/23/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*152.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Finance 1/10/2018 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/2018 - Rereferred to Finance on 2nd reading 3/5/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 3/8/2018 - Reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Amended - Constitutional rule suspension rejected - Passed House 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*154.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Administration to promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4086) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*163.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4093) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 1/30/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*165.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4129) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/2018 - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - Passed Senate 1/30/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/19/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*181.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing MAPS promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4097) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2018 - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/1/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/2/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*184.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DOT promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4099) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*230.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4108) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/2/2018 - Passed Senate 2/7/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*237.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4102) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/19/2018 - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/22/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/2/18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

 242.    By Sen. Trump, Blair, Maroney and Rucker - Requiring health insurance providers provide coverage for certain Lyme disease treatment (original similar to HB4328) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/31/2018 - To House 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/8/2018

 

*244.    By Sen. Azinger and Rucker - Specifying conditions for unlawful possession of firearm at school-sponsored activities (original similar to HB4139) - Introduced 1/11/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

*258.    By Sen. Azinger and Cline - Exempting honorably discharged veterans from fees for license to carry deadly weapons - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Military then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary 1/25/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/30/2018 - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - To House Finance 2/28/2018

 

*261.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring certain powers and programs of WV Affordable Housing Trust Fund to WV Housing Development Fund (original similar to HB4140) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 263.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating film tax credits (original similar to HB4144) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/2018 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 1/29/18 - Approved by Governor 1/29/18

 

*267.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing salaries of certain state employees (original similar to HB4145) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 1/19/2018 - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 2/13/2018 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2018 - Referred to Rules 2/15/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/20/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment 2/20/2018 - Passed House 2/20/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*268.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating requirement that certain agencies purchase commodities produced on institutional farms (original similar to HB 4338, HB4143) - Introduced 1/12/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - To Finance 1/26/2018 - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

*271.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Creating centralized Shared Services Section of Department of Administration (original similar to HB4188) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - To Finance 1/24/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*272.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to drug control (original similar to HB4227) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2018 - To Finance 1/31/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*273.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing use of certain prescription drugs (original similar to HB 4304, HB4263, HB4465, HB4481) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary 2/2/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/16/2018 - To House 2/19/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/9/2018

 

*275.    By Sen. Clements, Azinger, Beach, Jeffries, Maroney, Prezioso, Romano, Unger, Takubo, Stollings and Cline - Relating to tax on purchases of intoxicating liquors - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 280.    By Sen. Gaunch, Boso, Maynard, Blair and Cline - Allowing airports' emergency management and operations vehicles to use red flashing warning lights - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 1/29/2018 - To House 1/30/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

 

 282.    By Sen. Gaunch, Baldwin, Blair, Jeffries, Swope, Boso and Cline - Exempting State Conservation Committee from Purchasing Division requirements for contracts related to flood recovery (original similar to HB4161) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/9/2018 - To conference 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*283.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to procurement by state agencies (original similar to HB4261, SB296) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2018 - To Finance 1/31/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*284.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing access to career education and workforce training (original similar to HB4267, HB4304) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - To Finance 1/24/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 1/31/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*285.    By Sen. Karnes and Boso - Establishing regional recreation authorities and areas (original similar to SB112, SB67) - Introduced 1/15/2018 - To Natural Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/30/2018 - To House 1/31/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*288.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Boso, Clements, Jeffries, Maroney, Palumbo, Smith, Takubo, Weld and Cline - Regulating cremation, embalming and directing of funeral service (original similar to HB4014, HB4167) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Referred to Rules 3/10/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*290.    By Sen. Smith, Azinger, Boso, Clements and Cline - Relating to DEP standards of water quality and effluent limitations (original similar to HB4426) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/22/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To House 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/8/2018

 

*292.    By Sen. Woelfel and Trump - Relating to Commission on Special Investigations - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/24/2018 - To House 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 295.    By Sen. Boso - Relating to Local Powers Act - Introduced 1/16/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 1/24/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

 296.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso and Stollings (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to sale or transfer of surplus property (original similar to SB283) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Finance

 

 297.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso and Stollings (Originating in Senate Finance) - Eliminating taxation on annuity considerations collected by life insurer (original similar to HB4266) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 298.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso and Stollings (Originating in Senate Finance) - Authorizing county assessors make separate entries in landbooks when real property is partly used for exempt and partly for nonexempt purposes (original similar to HB4256) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

 299.    By Sen. Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings and Blair (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to mandatory insurance coverage for medical foods for amino acid-based formulas (original similar to HB2051, HB2072, HB3021) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

 300.    By Sen. Stollings, Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Finance) - Creating five-year tax credits for businesses locating on post-coal mine sites (original similar to SB12) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/22/2018 - To House 1/23/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 301.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso and Stollings (Originating in Senate Finance) - Removing limitation on amount collected by county via hotel occupancy tax used for medical or emergency services (original similar to SB137) - Introduced 1/16/2018 - Passed Senate 1/19/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

*307.    By Sen. Trump, Blair, Plymale and Boso - Declaring fundraising on state highway or roadway by volunteer fire department is not obstruction or nuisance - Introduced 1/17/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary 1/24/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 311.    By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Gaunch, Boso, Plymale and Takubo - Specifying consumers sales and service tax exemption for purchase of certain services and tangible personal property related to aircraft (original similar to HB4022, SB131) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/26/2018 - To House 1/29/2018 - To Finance

 

*313.    By Sen. Gaunch, Azinger, Boso, Karnes, Maynard, Ojeda, Palumbo, Romano, Rucker, Baldwin, Cline, Stollings, Prezioso and Plymale - Waiving occupational fees and licensing requirements for certain low-income individuals, military families, and young workers - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Motion for previous question rejected - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

*319.    By Sen. Rucker, Azinger, Drennan, Gaunch, Karnes, Smith, Sypolt, Trump, Unger, Cline, Boso, Plymale, Clements, Maroney and Takubo - Allowing individuals who completed home schooling be eligible for PROMISE scholarship without equivalent diploma - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - To Finance 2/9/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

*321.    By Sen. Blair and Boso - Relating to powers and duties of Public Land Corporation (original similar to HB4348, HB4437, SB230) - Introduced 1/18/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Finance

 

 322.    By Sen. Weld - Relating to employees of Department of Agriculture - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/25/2018 - Passed Senate 2/5/2018 - To House 2/6/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Passed House 3/8/2018

 

 324.    By Sen. Blair - Removing restrictions where certain traditional lottery games may be played (original similar to HB4409) - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*327.    By Sen. Weld, Boso, Gaunch, Cline and Drennan - Providing extortion of anything of value, including sexual contact, subjects person to criminal penalty - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/26/2018 - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - To House 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*331.    By Sen. Karnes, Boso, Cline, Drennan, Gaunch, Mann, Rucker, Swope, Sypolt and Blair - Relating to retirement and pension benefits of certain members of PERS and Teachers Retirement system - Introduced 1/19/2018 - To Pensions then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - To Finance 1/25/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*335.    By Sen. Karnes, Weld, Boso, Blair, Rucker, Cline and Ferns - Protecting employees' wages or salaries from being withheld or diverted for political activities (original similar to HB4368, SB7) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*336.    By Sen. Ferns, Weld, Boso, Baldwin, Blair and Cline - Providing certain DMV applicants ability to contribute to WV Department of Veterans Assistance - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 1/24/2018 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/2018 - Passed Senate 2/1/2018 - To House 2/2/2018 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 338.    By Sen. Blair and Boso - Changing date for employers to file annual reconciliation and withholding statements (original similar to HB4265) - Introduced 1/22/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/30/2018 - To House 1/31/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 339.    By Sen. Gaunch and Blair - Relating to WV Retirement Health Benefit Trust Fund within PEIA (original similar to HB4272) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/8/2018 - Passed Senate 2/19/2018 - To House 2/20/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*341.    By Sen. Ferns and Rucker - Relating generally to WV Appellate Reorganization Act of 2018 (original similar to HB4004, HB4005) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/2/2018 - To Finance 2/2/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 343.    By Sen. Sypolt - Limiting expenses in preparing list for notice to redeem - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/5/2018 - To House 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/3/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/5/2018 - Passed Senate 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 345.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DNR establish procedures and fee schedule for limited permit hunts (original similar to HB4180) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 346.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Permitting full-time nonresident students purchase lifetime resident hunting, trapping and fishing licenses (original similar to HB4235) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Natural Resources then Finance - To Finance 1/30/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*347.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating to operation of motorboats (original similar to HB4274) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary 1/31/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

*348.    By Sen. Maynard - Allowing for disposal of service weapons of special DNR police officers (original similar to HB4185) - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/1/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 350.    By Sen. Ferns, Trump, Maynard, Jeffries, Baldwin and Plymale - Eliminating obsolete requirement that Lottery Commission file racetrack video lottery game rules with Secretary of State - Introduced 1/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/3/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 351.    By Sen. Trump, Weld, Azinger, Clements, Cline, Jeffries, Karnes, Maynard, Ojeda, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Swope and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Permitting ballot commissioners serve while candidates for certain offices - Introduced 1/23/2018 - Passed Senate 1/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*355.    By Sen. Gaunch and Blair - Dissolving IS&C Division under Office of Technology (original similar to HB4339) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2018 - To Finance 2/1/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 357.    By Sen. Blair - Relating generally to limited video lottery (original similar to HB4303) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*358.    By Sen. Trump - Imposing fee for processing criminal bonds - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2018 - Passed Senate 2/16/2018 - To House 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*359.    By Sen. Trump, Unger and Weld - Authorizing Supreme Court establish curricula for mental hygiene commissioners and certain magistrates - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - To Finance 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*360.    By Sen. Clements - Clarifying oil and gas permits not be on flat well royalty leases (original similar to HB4490) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - To Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - Passed House 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/3/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*361.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to treatment supervision under Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/2/2018 - Passed Senate 2/7/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 364.    By Sen. Mann, Karnes, Rucker, Gaunch, Azinger, Swope, Takubo and Cline - Allowing parent or legal guardian of homeschooled child provide signed statement for obtaining permit or license to operate motor vehicle - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/5/2018 - To House 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 365.    By Sen. Weld, Ferns, Unger, Plymale, Baldwin, Cline and Boso - Relating to Young Entrepreneur Reinvestment Act (original similar to HB4558) - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Economic Development - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To House 2/14/2018 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/7/2018 - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*368.    By Sen. Jeffries, Beach and Rucker - Protecting consumers against business using automatic purchase renewals without consent - Introduced 1/24/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*370.    By Sen. Cline - Exempting nonpaid volunteers at ski areas from workers' compensation benefits - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 371.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to proceedings for voluntary custody for examination (original similar to SB603) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/7/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/8/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*375.    By Sen. Sypolt, Rucker, Takubo, Baldwin and Boso - Relating to farmers markets (original similar to HB4295) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/13/2018 - To House 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 379.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to DHHR (original similar to HB4377) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance 1/25/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 382.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation of Lottery Net Profits to Bureau of Senior Services, Lottery Senior Citizens Fund (original similar to HB4378) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 384.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and increasing appropriations from State Fund, General Revenue to DHHR (original similar to HB4383) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/1/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 385.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and adding appropriations out of Treasury to DHHR and MAPS (original similar to HB4387) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - Senate reconsidered effective date - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*386.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and increasing appropriations from Treasury to Higher Education Policy Commission (original similar to HB4388) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2018 - Passed Senate 2/2/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 388.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing, increasing and adding appropriations out of Treasury to DHHR and Department of Administration (original similar to HB4382) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/31/2018 - Senate reconsidered effective date - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*392.    By Sen. Boso, Facemire, Jeffries and Prezioso - Reconfiguring membership of Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council - Introduced 1/25/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/9/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/2018 - To conference 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 393.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt and Takubo (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to compensation and composition of WV Racing Commission (original similar to HB2524, HB2790, HB4006, HB4014, HB4300, HB4338, SB310, SB369) - Introduced 1/25/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 3/2/2018

 

*395.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Providing for judicial review of appealed decisions of Air Quality Review Board, Environmental Quality Board and Surface Mine Board (original similar to HB4510) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Effective from passage - House reconsidered effective date - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*397.    By Sen. Sypolt, Facemire, Romano and Cline - Creating crime of impersonating blind or disabled person - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 398.    By Sen. Gaunch, Cline and Plymale - Relating to requirements for making consumer loans - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 2/19/2018 - Recalled from House 2/20/2018 - Senate reconsidered and passed bill 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 400.    By Sen. Maynard, Boso, Gaunch and Cline - Prohibiting state licensing boards from hiring lobbyists (original similar to HB4297) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 2/5/2018 - To House 2/6/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/27/2018

 

*401.    By Sen. Weld, Ferns, Romano, Baldwin and Drennan - Requiring specified coverage in health benefit plans for treatment of substance abuse disorders - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/9/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/26/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*402.    By Sen. Gaunch and Boso - Creating exemption from certain contract and common carrier laws for motor vehicles (original similar to HB4291) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2018 - To Government Organization 2/14/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*403.    By Sen. Rucker, Blair, Cline, Ferns, Jeffries, Romano, Swope, Trump and Woelfel - Licensing advance deposit wagering (original similar to HB4406) - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/26/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*404.    By Sen. Weld and Cline - Relating to sex offender registry information - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2018 - Passed Senate 2/9/2018 - To House 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/5/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

 406.    By Sen. Ferns, Takubo, Boso, Cline and Baldwin - Clarifying that ground emergency medical transportation is eligible for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement - Introduced 1/26/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 2/6/2018 - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 407.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings and Plymale - Licensing and approval of child care programs - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

*408.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings and Plymale - Licensing of nursing homes and assisted living residences - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Passed House 3/9/2018 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 3/10/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Read 3rd time 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 411.    By Sen. Takubo and Maroney - Removing Commissioner of Bureau for Public Health from State Board of Sanitarians - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Passed House 3/8/2018

 

*412.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to authority of county litter control officers - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/7/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/6/2018

 

*415.    By Sen. Ferns, Blair, Maroney, Trump, Weld, Woelfel, Stollings and Takubo - Permitting wagering on certain professional or collegiate sports events authorized as WV Lottery Sports Wagering activities (original similar to HB4396) - Introduced 1/29/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2018 - To Finance 2/8/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/3/2018 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/18 - Became law without Governor's signature

 

*419.    By Sen. Boley, Rucker, Cline and Boso - Establishing classification and base salaries of certain civilian employees of WV State Police Forensic Laboratory - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 3/2/2018

 

*420.    By Sen. Rucker, Karnes, Smith, Sypolt, Trump, Cline and Boso - Transferring Safety and Treatment Program from DHHR to DMV - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*421.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Relating to crossbow hunting (original similar to HB2696) - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Natural Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 425.    By Sen. Ferns, Cline and Plymale - Removing sunset dates which members of policemen's or firemen's pension fund elect to participate in deferred retirement option plan - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Pensions - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

*426.    By Sen. Trump, Weld and Boso - Modernizing certain alcohol laws - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 427.    By Sen. Gaunch and Facemire - Modifying form of notice for certain tax delinquencies - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*432.    By Sen. Gaunch, Weld and Boso - Relating to municipal home rule (original similar to HB4158) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary 2/19/2018 - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 2/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

*433.    By Sen. Trump, Gaunch, Palumbo, Prezioso and Boso - Rewriting code sections regarding pyramid promotional schemes (original similar to HB4271) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*434.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*438.    By Sen. Maynard, Prezioso, Beach, Plymale and Jeffries - Relating to debt service on bonds secured by State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/2018 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*440.    By Sen. Gaunch, Cline, Plymale, Boso and Jeffries - Establishing Library Facilities Improvement Fund - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 441.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings, Woelfel and Plymale - Relating to health care provider taxes - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Finance 2/2/2018 - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

*442.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings, Woelfel and Plymale - Establishing universal forms and deadlines when submitting prior authorization electronically (original similar to HB4239) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*443.    By Sen. Arvon, Azinger, Cline, Gaunch, Maynard, Rucker and Smith - Terminating parental rights when certain conditions are met (original similar to HB4596) - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/21/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 444.    By Sen. Trump - Repealing antiquated code sections regarding safety glass and lighting in motor vehicles - Introduced 1/31/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Passed Senate 2/19/2018 - To House 2/20/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*445.    By Sen. Boso, Swope, Gaunch, Jeffries, Rucker, Maroney, Plymale, Maynard and Beach (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Allowing DOH acquire real or personal property for utility accommodation - Introduced 1/31/2018 - Referred to Government Organization 1/31/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/9/2018 - House further considered bill - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*446.    By Sen. Rucker, Sypolt, Unger, Trump and Boso - Creating Agritourism Responsibility Act - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2018 - Passed Senate 2/13/2018 - To House 2/14/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

*448.    By Sen. Gaunch and Boso - Relating generally to professional associations - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*450.    By Sen. Karnes, Azinger, Boso, Clements, Cline, Drennan, Ferns, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Maynard, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Swope and Trump - Collecting and analyzing statistical information pertaining to terminating pregnancies under Medicaid Program - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - To Finance 2/9/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

*451.    By Sen. Maynard, Clements, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Rucker, Smith, Swope, Weld and Cline - Relating generally to hunting and fishing (original similar to HB3020) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 3/2/2018 - Title amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 3/3/2018 - Motion to amend bill on 3rd reading adopted - Amended on 3rd reading - Read 3rd time 3/3/2018 - Passed House 3/3/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/5/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/2018

 

 452.    By Sen. Maynard - Exempting hunting license information from public disclosure (original similar to HB2632, HB2699) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*456.    By Sen. Gaunch, Takubo, Ferns, Boso and Maroney - Physical Therapy Licensure Compact Act - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*458.    By Sen. Swope, Rucker, Trump, Cline and Boso - Prohibiting political subdivisions from enacting regulations or legal requirements relating to employer-employee relationship - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*461.    By Sen. Ferns and Cline - Extending time to file petition for motor fuel excise tax refund - Introduced 2/1/2018 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

 462.    By Sen. Karnes and Gaunch (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Establishing contribution holiday for public pension plans funded at 130 percent or more (original similar to HB 4539) - Introduced 2/1/2018 - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 463.    By Sen. Sypolt, Rucker, Clements, Cline, Mann, Maynard, Smith, Baldwin, Beach, Ojeda and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Agriculture and Rural Development) - Establishing group to examine benefits and need of transferring milk rules and regulations from DHHR to Agriculture - Introduced 2/1/2018 - Passed Senate 2/6/2018 - To House 2/7/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 464.    By Sen. Gaunch, Boso and Cline - Changing statutory payment date for incremental salary increases due state employees - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*465.    By Sen. Trump, Boso, Ferns, Baldwin and Cline - Relating to mandated reporting of child abuse and neglect (original similar to HB4589) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*467.    By Sen. Trump - Relating generally to Public Defender Services - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2018 - To Finance 2/14/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/1/2018

 

 468.    By Sen. Gaunch and Boso - Changing date and recipients for submission of Auditor's annual report - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*469.    By Sen. Weld, Boso, Unger, Ferns, Maroney, Clements and Cline - Converting Addiction Treatment Pilot Program to permanent program - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed Senate 3/10/2018

 

*472.    By Sen. Blair, Unger and Cline - Providing funds to DHHR for local boards of health employee pay raises - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Referred to Finance 2/9/2018 - To Government Organization 2/13/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 3/6/2018

 

*473.    By Sen. Takubo, Ojeda, Stollings, Baldwin and Cline - Requiring insurance coverage for the prescription drug Varenicline - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/14/2018 - To House 2/15/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/2018

 

*474.    By Sen. Swope, Azinger, Blair, Boso, Clements, Drennan, Ferns, Gaunch, Karnes, Maynard, Rucker, Smith, Sypolt, Trump, Weld, Maroney and Cline - Requiring that certain documents filed pursuant to WV Jobs Act which include records of wages be considered confidential - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Workforce then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2018 - To Government Organization 2/8/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*475.    By Sen. Woelfel, Baldwin and Beach - Industrial Hemp Development Act (original similar to HB4500) - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*477.    By Sen. Smith, Boso, Clements, Jeffries, Swope, Sypolt and Cline - Relating to five-year sunset on tax credits and incentives - Introduced 2/2/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/9/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/16/2018 - Passed Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 479.    By Sen. Gaunch - Establishing local government monitoring by Auditor - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/9/2018 - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 485.    By Sen. Blair - Terminating Workers Compensation Debt Reduction Fund assessment on self-insured employers (original similar to HB 4628) - Introduced 2/5/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

*490.    By Sen. Gaunch and Boso - Relating to Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act of 2015 (original similar to HB4446) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - To Finance 2/15/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 3/2/2018

 

*491.    By Sen. Boso and Cline - Establishing fee for expungement of certain criminal convictions (original similar to HB4353) - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

*493.    By Sen. Azinger - Relating to guaranty associations - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 3/6/2018

 

 494.    By Sen. Azinger and Ferns - Considering members of State Teachers Retirement System absent while serving as officer with statewide professional association - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Pensions - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/20/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*495.    By Sen. Azinger - Designating specific insurance coverages exempt from rate filing requirements - Introduced 2/6/2018 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2018 - Passed Senate 2/16/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

 498.    By Sen. Maynard, Stollings and Plymale - Creating two-year pilot program allowing all-terrain or recreational vehicles in Cabwaylingo State Forest - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/13/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/16/2018 - To House 2/22/2018 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018

 

*499.    By Sen. Maroney, Clements, Prezioso, Stollings, Takubo, Plymale, Cline and Jeffries - Requiring one year of certain approved postgraduate clinical training for persons with foreign medical degrees - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/7/2018

 

*500.    By Sen. Baldwin, Mann, Gaunch, Jeffries, Woelfel and Plymale - Authorizing City of White Sulphur Springs to expend principal and interest from special interest-bearing fund - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - To Finance 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*501.    By Sen. Drennan, Cline, Jeffries, Karnes, Maroney, Maynard, Rucker, Smith, Swope, Weld, Woelfel, Boso and Plymale - Relating to accrued benefit of retirees in Deputy Sheriff Retirement System (original similar to HB4516) - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Pensions then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/16/2018 - To Finance 2/16/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

*504.    By Sen. Maynard and Plymale - Excluding seasonal amusement park workers from definition of "employee" - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Workforce then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/19/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*506.    By Sen. Swope, Smith, Boso and Cline - Deregulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating, and cooling systems - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Workforce then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/23/2018 - Senate further considered bill - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/9/2018

 

*507.    By Sen. Ferns, Boso, Swope and Plymale - Establishing Katherine Johnson Academy as magnet school programs at WV colleges and universities - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/22/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Education then Finance

 

*508.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Establishing State Trail Authority - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

*510.    By Sen. Maynard, Takubo, Stollings, Cline, Boso and Plymale - Designating hospitals for stroke treatment (original similar to HB4457) - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2018 - Referred to Rules on 2nd reading 2/16/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/7/2018 - Passed Senate 3/7/2018

 

*512.    By Sen. Trump, Takubo, Romano, Boso, Plymale and Cline - Authorizing certain WV courthouse security officers carry concealed weapons - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate 2/20/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*514.    By Sen. Sypolt, Stollings and Boso - Enacting Recognition of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (original similar to HB4547) - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/21/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/2018

 

*515.    By Sen. Gaunch, Stollings, Boso and Cline - Clarifying PSC jurisdiction over water and sewer utilities (original similar to HB 4542, SB 10) - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/2018

 

*521.    By Sen. Trump, Gaunch, Maynard, Stollings and Boso - Requiring chief executive of municipal law-enforcement agency be certified law-enforcement officer (original similar to HB4526) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective July 1, 2018

 

*522.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating generally to Administrative Procedures Act - Introduced 2/12/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/6/2018

 

 523.    By Sen. Smith (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Relating to tax treatment of pollution control facilities and wind power projects (original similar to HB4286, HB4517, SB150) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - Referred to Finance 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Energy then Finance

 

 524.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Facemire, Boso, Baldwin, Maroney, Sypolt, Clements, Takubo, Jeffries, Smith, Palumbo, Weld and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to disposition of complaint proceedings (original similar to HB4481) - Introduced 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 525.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Facemire, Boso, Baldwin, Maroney, Sypolt, Clements, Takubo, Jeffries, Smith, Palumbo, Weld and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to certification for emergency medical training - mining - Introduced 2/12/2018 - Passed Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Energy then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/9/2018 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 3/10/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

*528.    By Sen. Trump - Providing additional circuit judge for nineteenth judicial circuit - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

 530.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Requiring Secretary of State provide database for registered corporations and sole proprietorship - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 531.    By Sen. Gaunch and Cline - Eliminating required waiting period for municipal court notifications to DMV - Introduced 2/13/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*534.    By Sen. Palumbo, Takubo, Stollings, Woelfel, Cline and Jeffries - Increasing penalty for tobacco-related offenses on public school property - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*535.    By Sen. Trump, Unger, Stollings, Woelfel, Plymale and Cline - Dedicating increased court fees in criminal cases to fund training programs for law-enforcement officers - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 539.    By Sen. Trump, Stollings and Woelfel - Increasing limit for settling claims against DOH - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*543.    By Sen. Trump and Cline - Relating to confidentiality of medical records - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

 545.    By Sen. Boso, Swope, Gaunch, Jeffries, Plymale and Beach (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Relating to driving privileges and requirements for persons under 18 (original similar to HB3008) - Introduced 2/14/2018 - Referred to Judiciary 2/14/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/6/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/7/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/9/2018 - To conference 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report 3/10/2018 - House rejected 3/10/2018

 

*548.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Ojeda, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Smith, Stollings, Swope and Cline - Authorizing county commissions to pay election officials (original similar to HB4493) - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*549.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Ojeda, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Smith, Stollings, Swope, Trump and Cline - Creating felony offense of intimidation or harassment of certain persons that causes injury or loss to person or property (original similar to SB533) - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/2018 - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 551.    By Sen. Karnes and Cline - Relating to failure of employers to make contributions on behalf of employees to retirement plan administered by CPRB - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Pensions then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*555.    By Sen. Ferns - Providing immunity from civil liability for qualified directors of certain governmental and nonprofit entities - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*556.    By Sen. Jeffries, Beach and Plymale - Creating small business and minority populations economic and workforce development taskforce to assist Economic Development Authority - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Workforce then Economic Development - Com. sub. reported 2/26/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Motion to table bill rejected - Placed at foot of bills on calendar - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 557.    By Sen. Sypolt, Cline, Beach, Plymale, Baldwin and Ojeda - Relating to Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/21/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

*558.    By Sen. Swope - Relating to certification requirements for crane operators - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Workforce then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

*561.    By Sen. Jeffries - Increasing minimum contract price requiring execution of bond with respect to building or repairing school property - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Education then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/22/2018 - Senate further considered bill - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*562.    By Sen. Trump and Romano - Allowing courts discretion to impose period of supervised release of defendant - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*565.    By Sen. Jeffries, Gaunch, Palumbo, Baldwin, Facemire, Ojeda, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Stollings, Unger, Woelfel and Cline - Clarifying authority of State Fire Commission (original similar to HB4444) - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization

 

 566.    By Sen. Karnes, Maroney, Weld, Arvon, Plymale and Gaunch (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Relating to disability pensions of municipal employees (original similar to HB2537, HB4289) - Introduced 2/15/2018 - Referred to Finance 2/15/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Finance

 

*567.    By Sen. Weld - Including treason, murder, armed robbery, and organized crimes for which communications can be intercepted (original similar to HB 4502) - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*568.    By Sen. Trump - Deferring further proceedings for certain first offenses upon completion of Motor Vehicle Alcohol Test and Lock Program within 12 months - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*572.    By Sen. Karnes, Sypolt, Cline, Ojeda and Plymale - Creating Farm-to-School Grant Program - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Education - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 3/2/2018

 

*573.    By Sen. Mann, Baldwin and Boso - Relating generally to school calendars (original similar to HB4602) - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/2018 - To Education

 

*574.    By Sen. Weld and Cline - Relating to crime of misrepresentation of military honors (original similar to SB608) - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*575.    By Sen. Takubo, Arvon, Azinger, Boley, Boso, Clements, Cline, Drennan, Maroney, Maynard, Rucker, Sypolt, Stollings and Plymale - Approving additional beds for intermediate care facilities (original similar to HB4366) - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

 576.    By Sen. Gaunch, Palumbo, Ferns, Trump and Plymale - Relating to Patient Injury Compensation Fund - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/23/2018 - To House 2/26/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

*582.    By Sen. Clements and Maroney - Allowing candidate for political party executive committee serve as election official - Introduced 2/16/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/2018 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/9/2018 - To conference 3/9/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 584.    By Sen. Blair, Boso, Sypolt and Facemire - Finding certain claims against state to be moral obligations of state (original similar to HB4433) - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 585.    By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Trump and Weld - Altering boundary line between Doddridge and Harrison counties - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage

 

*589.    By Sen. Rucker, Arvon, Clements, Cline, Drennan, Gaunch, Maynard, Smith, Sypolt and Plymale - Relating to issuance of personalized plates for antique motor vehicles - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

*590.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Clements, Cline, Facemire, Ojeda, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Smith, Stollings, Swope, Sypolt, Trump, Unger, Weld and Woelfel - Providing special license plate for curing childhood cancer - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

 592.    By Sen. Sypolt and Boso - Adding examination of advanced care technician for firefighter paramedic - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

*595.    By Sen. Azinger - Creating Protect Our Right to Unite Act (original similar to HB4415) - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*597.    By Sen. Gaunch, Boso and Cline - Prohibiting individuals convicted of domestic violence misdemeanor from conducting private investigation business - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

*598.    By Sen. Trump, Ferns, Weld and Cline - Relating to civil actions against county commissions and municipalities for injuries - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

*600.    By Sen. Smith, Ferns and Weld - Relating to powers and duties of PSC - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/23/2018 - Rejected by Senate 2/28/2018

 

*601.    By Sen. Facemire - Relating to personal income tax - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

*603.    By Sen. Drennan, Blair, Gaunch, Maroney, Maynard, Plymale and Trump - Relating to proceedings for involuntary custody for examination (original similar to SB371) - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/8/2018 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018

 

 612.    By Sen. Boley, Boso and Maynard - Relating to sale of municipal property - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Government Organization - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

*616.    By Sen. Boso and Cline - Establishing maximum gross weight for certain wood-bearing trucks - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/2018 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

*625.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Boso, Clements, Jeffries, Palumbo, Smith, Sypolt and Weld (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Creating WV Volunteer Fire and Rescue Act of 2018 (original similar to HB2094, HB2361, HB2608, HB2638, HB2780, HB2862, HB2916, HB2977, HB4253, SB105, SB108, SB128, SB251, SB42, SB489, SB49, SB59, SB89) - Introduced 2/19/2018 - Referred to Finance 2/19/2018 - Com. sub. reported 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/10/2018 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/2018

 

 626.    By Sen. Smith (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Relating generally to coal mining (original similar to HB4340) - Introduced 2/19/2018 - Passed Senate 2/22/2018 - To House 2/23/2018 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/8/2018

 

 627.    By Sen. Trump, Weld, Beach, Maynard, Romano, Azinger, Rucker, Ojeda, Karnes, Cline, Jeffries, Smith, Swope, Baldwin, Clements and Ferns (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Permitting local governments to access certain economic development project-related tax records - Introduced 2/21/2018 - Passed Senate 2/26/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/3/2018

 

 628.    By Sen. Maroney, Maynard, Arvon, Baldwin, Cline, Drennan and Swope (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Relating generally to WV Jobs Investment Trust Board - Introduced 2/22/2018 - Passed Senate 2/27/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Finance

 

 629.    By Sen. Maynard, Beach, Cline, Facemire, Karnes, Rucker, Smith, Stollings, Sypolt and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Expanding conditions of permanent disability required for Class Q permit - Introduced 2/23/2018 - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary

 

 630.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to changes in distribution of certain racetrack video lottery net terminal income and excess lottery fund - Introduced 2/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/6/2018

 

 631.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating generally to one-call system - Introduced 2/26/2018 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 2/28/2018 - To Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/2018

 

 632.    By Sen. Trump, Weld, Azinger, Baldwin, Beach, Clements, Cline, Jeffries, Karnes, Maynard, Ojeda, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Swope and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Allowing retired judicial officers recalled to service to avoid limit on temporary payments under certain circumstances (original similar to HB 2125, HB 4137, SB 367) - Introduced 2/28/2018 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 2/28/2018 - To House 3/1/2018 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, House Calendar 3/10/2018

 

 633.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from Insurance Commission Fund and appropriating funds to Consolidated Medical Services Fund - Introduced 3/5/2018 - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 3/9/2018 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Effective from passage - House reconsidered effective date - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 3/10/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Read 3rd time 3/10/2018 - Passed House 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 634.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Adding, increasing, and decreasing appropriations from General Revenue to DHHR - Introduced 3/5/2018 - Passed Senate 3/8/2018 - Effective from passage - To House 3/9/2018 - To Finance - Passed House 3/10/2018 - Effective from passage

 

 635.    By Sen. Arvon, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Palumbo, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Blair (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to 2019 salary adjustment for employees of DHHR - Introduced 3/8/2018 - Passed Senate 3/9/2018 - To House 3/9/2018 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 3/9/2018

 

 

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

*3.        By Sen. Boso and Cline - Judicial Budget Oversight Amendment (original similar to HJR101, HJR104, HJR109) - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2018 - To Finance 2/5/2018 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2018 - Amended on 3rd reading - Adopted by Senate 2/15/2018 - Title amended - To House 2/16/2018 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/9/2018 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and adopted 3/10/2018 - Senate adopted conference report and adopted resolution 3/10/2018 - House adopted conference report and resolution

 

 

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

 1.        By Sen. Ojeda, Plymale, Beach and Woelfel - US Army SGT Denver E. Short Memorial Road - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/8/2018 - To House 2/9/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 2.        By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Plymale, Beach and Woelfel - Walter E. Swiger, Jr., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Roads and Transportation 2/21/2018

 

*3.        By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Plymale, Beach and Woelfel - Michael Angiulli Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2018 - Adopted by Senate 2/1/2018 - To House 2/5/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

*4.        By Sen. Boso, Plymale and Woelfel - WV Army National Guard Sergeant Glenn F.  Lough, P.E., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/10/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2018 - Adopted by Senate 1/26/2018 - To House 1/29/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/6/2018 - Adopted by House 2/16/2018

 

 6.        By Sen. Ferns, Carmichael (Mr. President), Weld, Stollings, Beach, Plymale and Boso - Supporting construction of Gold Star Families Memorial Monument - Introduced 1/17/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/18/2018 - To House 1/22/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/22/2018

 

*11.      By Sen. Rucker and Unger - Evans Center for Excellence in Aircraft Maintenance - Introduced 1/30/2018 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/9/2018 - Adopted by Senate 2/12/2018 - To House 2/13/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Rules 2/27/2018 - Adopted by House 3/1/2018

 

 12.      By Sen. Stollings, Smith, Boso, Drennan, Beach and Plymale - US Army SP4 Darrell Gregory Triplett Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Roads and Transportation 2/21/2018

 

 14.      By Sen. Woelfel, Stollings and Plymale - US Army SPC 4 William L. Amos Memorial Bridge (original similar to HCR47) - Introduced 2/8/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/21/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 15.      By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Unger, Stollings and Plymale - US Marine SGT Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Roads and Transportation 2/21/2018

 

 16.      By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Unger, Stollings and Plymale - Sardis District Veterans Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Roads and Transportation then Rules - To House Roads and Transportation 2/21/2018

 

 17.      By Sen. Rucker, Unger, Stollings and Plymale - John Hancock Hall Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/9/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 20.      By Sen. Sypolt, Stollings, Boso and Cline - Requesting Bureau for Medical Services review and update Medicaid rates for ground and air ambulance services - Introduced 2/14/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 2/15/2018 - To House 2/16/2018 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To House Health and Human Resources 2/16/2018

 

 21.      By Sen. Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army PFC Charles Thurman "Buddy" Ellis Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 22.      By Sen. Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army Colonel Larkin Bilton Vance Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/14/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 23.      By Sen. Stollings, Beach and Plymale - Betty Jo Delong Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - To House 3/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 25.      By Sen. Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army PFC O. T. (Teaberry) Mullins Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 26.      By Sen. Jeffries, Drennan, Gaunch, Swope, Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army PFC Thomas Mayford Martin Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 27.      By Sen. Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army CPL F. Lee Noel Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/15/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

*29.      By Sen. Maynard, Plymale and Stollings - US Army SGT Benny Fleming Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/19/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 3/6/2018 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/2018 - To House 3/8/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/8/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 32.      By Sen. Beach, Baldwin, Clements, Facemire, Jeffries, Ojeda, Palumbo, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Stollings, Plymale and Cline - Recognizing importance of industrial hemp - Introduced 2/21/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2018 - To House 2/21/2018 - To Industry and Labor then Rules

 

 37.      By Sen. Stollings, Plymale and Beach - Sheriff John E. White Memorial Road - Introduced 2/22/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 43.      By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Stollings, Beach and Plymale - US Army T-4 CE Caesar Bango Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/1/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/6/2018 - To House 3/7/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 48.      By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Plymale and Stollings - US Army MSG Monty Ray Skeen, Sr., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/3/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - To House 3/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 49.      By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Ojeda, Prezioso, Romano, Stollings and Plymale - US Army PFC Robert "Bobby" Tate, Jr., Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/3/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - To House 3/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 51.      By Sen. Trump - Extending conference committee relating to Engrossed Committee Substitute for HB 4013 - Introduced 3/5/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/5/2018 - To House 3/5/2018 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Adopted by House 3/5/2018 - Senate concurred in House amendment and adopted resolution 3/5/2018

 

*52.      By Sen. Drennan, Plymale, Boso and Stollings - Deputy Sheriff John Janey Memorial Bridge - Introduced 3/6/2018 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 3/10/2018 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/2018 - To House 3/10/2018 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 54.      By Sen. Plymale, Boso and Cline - Requesting study on effect of new vehicle weights on WV roads - Introduced 3/8/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/8/2018 - To House 3/9/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 55.      By Sen. Plymale, Boso and Cline - Urging Congress pass law permitting WV to increase vehicle weight on interstate highways - Introduced 3/8/2018 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/8/2018 - To House 3/9/2018 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/2018 - Adopted by House 3/10/2018

 

 

HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

*2008.  By Del. Gearheart and Hamrick - Relating to the Dealer Recovery Program - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*2028.  By Del. Folk, Hanshaw, Shott, Dean, Fleischauer, Fluharty, McGeehan, Paynter, Martin and Wilson - Relating to the venue for suits and other actions against the state - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*2464.  By Del. Cowles - Relating to disclaimers and exclusions of warranties in consumer transactions for goods - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*2483.  By Del. Eldridge, Butler, Rohrbach, Miller, R., Sobonya and Iaquinta - Requiring the Division of Juvenile Services to transfer to a correctional facility or regional jail any juvenile in its custody that has been transferred to adult jurisdiction of the circuit court and who reaches his or her eighteenth birthday - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*2546.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Howell, Wilson, Fast, Zatezalo, Kelly, Harshbarger, Maynard and Walters - Allowing replacement costs of employer provided property to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck if the property is not returned - Passed 2/15/2018 - To Governor 2/19/18 - Approved by Governor 2/23/18

 

 2612.  By Del. Walters, Howell, Summers, Fluharty and Frich - Repealing section relating to unattended motor vehicles and penalties - Passed 2/13/2018 - To Governor 2/16/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*2654.  By Del. Statler, Miley, Evans, E., Pethtel, Williams, Upson and Frich - Expanding county commissions’ ability to dispose of county or district property - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18

 

*2655.  By Del. Upson, Blair, Espinosa, Householder, Longstreth, Robinson, Sobonya, Phillips, Hill and Higginbotham - Defining and establishing the crime of cyberbullying - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*2693.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Paynter, Ambler, Butler, Romine, R., Rodighiero, Eldridge and Hornbuckle - Relating to state ownership of wildlife - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*2694.  By Del. Hamrick, Gearheart, Zatezalo, Howell, Atkinson, Ward, Williams, Statler, Moye, Sobonya and Butler - Relating to the development and implementation of a program to facilitate commercial sponsorship of rest areas - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2696.  By Del. Hamilton, Romine, R., Evans, A., Eldridge, Wagner, Rowan, Wilson, Love and Frich - Relating to crossbow hunting - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2799.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Kessinger, Hill, Cowles, Fast, Miller, R. and Isner - Prohibiting the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*2831.  By Del. Gearheart and Frich - Relating to the reconstitution of the Driver’s Licensing Advisory Board - Passed 2/20/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*2843.  By Del. Fast, Kessinger, Hill, Howell and Ward - Permitting Class III municipalities to be included in the West Virginia Tax Increment Act - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 2869.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Providing for paid leave for certain state officers and employees during a declared state of emergency - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*2889.  By Del. Howell, Shott, Storch, Ward, Maynard, Ferro, Lynch and Criss - Allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examinations required of probationary police officer - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*2890.  By Del. Lovejoy, Sobonya, Romine, C., Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Isner and Miller, C. - Establishing a Library Facilities Improvement Fund that will serve to support library facilities construction, maintenance and improvement projects - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*2916.  By Del. Pethtel, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Authorizing certain first responders to carry firearms - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*2982.  By Del. Upson - Relating to allowing draw games winners to remain anonymous - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*2983.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting priority to roadway construction, reconstruction and maintenance for roadways prone to recurring floods that hinder ingress and egress - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*2995.  By Del. Overington, Paynter and Kessinger - Permitting certain animal euthanasia technicians who have been certified by other states be certified animal euthanasia technicians in West Virginia - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*3004.  By Del. Hill, Martin, Howell, Kessinger, Statler, Shott, McGeehan and Espinosa - Relating to filling vacancies in certain offices - Passed 3/1/2018 - To Governor 3/3/18

 

*3005.  By Del. Fast, Hanshaw, Overington, Kessinger and Gearheart - Relating to regulation of unmanned aircraft systems - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*3089.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Higginbotham, Upson, Cooper, Rowan, Harshbarger and Dean - Relating to the adoption of instructional resources for use in the public schools - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*3104.  By Del. Howell and Iaquinta - Transfer of the West Virginia Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Fund - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4001.  By Del. Fast, Higginbotham, Foster, McGeehan, Kessinger, Westfall, Martin, Ambler, Butler, Queen and Sypolt - Relating to eligibility and fraud requirements for public assistance - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4002.  By Del. Overington, Cowles, Moore, Hill, Romine, C., Deem, Hamilton, Jennings, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Maynard - Providing that all delegates shall be elected from one hundred single districts following the United States Census in 2020 - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4006.  By Del. Romine, R., Blair, Espinosa, Higginbotham, Cowles, Criss, Ellington, Hamrick, Westfall, Atkinson and Statler - Revising the processes through which professional development is delivered for those who provide public education - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4009.  By Del. Rohrbach, Anderson, Cowles, Phillips, Kelly, Jennings, Atkinson, Harshbarger, Ellington, Lane and Maynard - State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability Act - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

*4013.  By Del. Hanshaw, Miller, C., Overington, Graves, Westfall, Anderson, Frich, Cooper, Atkinson, Romine, R. and Hollen - Clarifying venue in West Virginia state courts as it applies to nonresidents of the state - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4015.  By Del. Howell, Criss, Hill, Hamrick, Statler, Queen, Blair, Summers, Sypolt, Moore and Storch - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies (original similar to HB4170) - Passed 3/7/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4016.  By Del. Atkinson, Frich, Dean, Shott, Sypolt, Graves, Hamrick, White, Ward and Capito - Relating to combatting waste, fraud, and misuse of public funds through investigations, accountability and transparency - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*4020.  By Del. Hanshaw and Foster - Making technical corrections in the code when referencing chapter 49 - Passed 2/8/2018 - To Governor 2/14/18 - Approved by Governor 2/20/18

 

*4022.  By Del. Hamrick, Butler, Barrett, Dean, Fast, Hollen, Lovejoy and Queen - Exempting the consumer sales and service tax and use tax for services for the repair, remodeling and maintenance of certain aircraft (original similar to SB131, SB311) - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4023.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Dean and Butler - Relating to the regulation of dialysis technicians - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*4024.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Sobonya, Atkinson, Dean, Hollen, Butler and Espinosa - Relating generally to direct cremation or direct burial expenses for indigent persons - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

 4025.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen, Sobonya, Atkinson, Butler and Dean - Permitting reciprocity for licensure as a pharmacy technician - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*4027.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Hollen and Dean - Creating an education permit for allopathic physician resident - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*4035.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Householder, Rohrbach, Byrd, Capito, Hollen, Dean, Butler, Frich and Rowan - Creating a legislative coalition to study and report to the Legislature on palliative care - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4036.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing the maximum salaries of family case coordinators and secretary-clerks - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4042.  By Del. Westfall, Atkinson, Wagner, Dean and Frich - Redefining school zone to facilitate placement of school zone signs - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4079.  By Del. Sobonya and Frich - Promulgating administrative rules by various executive or administrative agencies of the state (original similar to SB190) - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4135.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original similar to SB265) - Passed 2/9/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*4138.  By Del. Byrd, Fluharty, Lane, Miller, R., Phillips, Fleischauer, Moore, Lovejoy, Blair, Canestraro and Robinson - Requiring certain public or private schools and daycare centers to install carbon monoxide detectors - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4142.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Providing certain employees of the Division of Corrections, Division of Juvenile Services, and West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority a salary adjustment (original similar to SB262) - Passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18 - Approved by Governor 3/10/18

 

*4145.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing the annual salaries of members of the West Virginia State Police, public school teachers and school service personnel (original similar to SB267) - Passed 3/6/2018; Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

 4146.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Updating meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to SB266) - Passed 2/9/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*4150.  By Del. Howell, Miller, C., Hill, Storch, Dean, Lynch, Hamrick, Ward, Atkinson, Queen and Maynard - Prohibiting telecommunications and IP-enabled voice services from displaying the name or telephone number of the recipient - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4156.  By Del. Summers, Ellington, Espinosa, Householder and Frich - Establishing the qualifications of full and part time nursing school faculty members - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4157.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating the refundable exemption for road construction contractors (original similar to SB264) - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4162.  By Del. Hanshaw, Ambler, Kessinger, Lynch, Pethtel and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Granting authority to the State Conservation Committee to contract for flood response - Passed 2/15/2018 - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*4166.  By Del. Westfall, Kessinger, Paynter, Foster, Hamrick, Butler, Statler, Summers and Hamilton - Establishing a special revenue fund to be known as the "Capital Improvements Fund — Department of Agriculture Facilities" - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4169.  By Del. Barrett, Shott, Overington, Moore, Kessinger, Lane, Queen, Upson, Lovejoy, Canestraro and Miller, R. - Requiring certain establishments and facilities to post human trafficking assistance notices (original similar to SB114) - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4175.  By Del. Sobonya, Summers, Criss, Rohrbach, Hollen, Westfall and Lovejoy - Preventing requirement that an advanced practice registered nurse participate in a collaborative relationship to obtain payment - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4178.  By Del. Summers, Longstreth, Ellington, Espinosa and Householder - Permitting certain portions of certified nurse aide training to be provided through distance learning technologies - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*4180.  By Del. Hamilton, Evans, A., Romine, R., Love, Eldridge, Jennings, Lynch, Hollen and Wagner - Relating to wildlife resources (original similar to SB345) - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4183.  By Del. Espinosa, Romine, R., Upson, Higginbotham, Rohrbach, Kelly, Cooper, Westfall and Dean - Relating generally to standardized testing requirements for nonpublic schools - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*4186.  By Del. Westfall, Householder, Upson, Miller, C., Frich, White, Lane, Kessinger, Moore, Criss and Nelson - Relating generally to guaranteed asset protection waivers - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4187.  By Del. Foster, Graves, Butler, Summers, Zatezalo, Miller, R., Barrett, Isner, Hollen and Blair - Business Liability Protection Act (original similar to SB484) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4199.  By Del. Ellington, Longstreth, Householder and Frich - Permitting a nursing home to use trained individuals to administer medication - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4207.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Authorizing an online application to receive a commission to act as a notary public, and eliminating the bond requirement - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4214.  By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Diserio, Miller, R., Campbell, Marcum, Dean, Phillips, Ambler, Paynter and Cooper - Increasing penalties for unlawfully possessing or digging ginseng - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4217.  By Del. Ellington, Sobonya, Atkinson, Queen, Summers, White, Westfall, Dean, Criss, Rohrbach and Frich - Permitting an attending physician to obtain a patient’s autopsy report - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4230.  By Del. Westfall, Frich, White and Upson - Relating to credit for reinsurance - Passed 3/3/2018; Effect January 1, 2019 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4233.  By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ferro, Barrett and Ellington - Relating generally to fraudulent transfers - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4236.  By Del. Nelson, Hanshaw and Shott - Requiring agencies to provide an annual inventory of real property holdings to the Real Estate Division (original similar to SB342) - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4238.  By Del. Fleischauer, Williams, Pyles, Statler, Frich, Hamrick, Robinson, Brewer, Storch, Howell and Miley - Authorizing counties and municipalities to establish a joint airport hazard comprehensive plan - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4242.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying the jurisdictional amount for removal of a civil action from magistrate court to circuit court - Passed 2/16/2018 - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*4251.  By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Permitting employees of baccalaureate institutions and universities outside of this state to be appointed to board of governors - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4268.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, Zatezalo, Westfall, Fast, Higginbotham, Ward, Hollen, Atkinson, Foster and Lane - Co-tenancy Modernization and Majority Protection Act - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/6/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

*4270.  By Del. Deem, Kelly, Zatezalo, Anderson, Romine, R., Hollen, Evans, A., White, Lane, Harshbarger and Shott - Providing for the timely payment of moneys owed from oil and natural gas production - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4275.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw and Cowles - Relating to the law-enforcement authority of the director and officers of the division of protective services - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4276.  By Del. Canestraro, Hanshaw, Shott, Isner, Miller, R., Robinson and Frich - Allowing magistrates to grant work release privileges - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*4279.  By Del. Rowan, Fast, Moye, Paynter, Pethtel, Rohrbach, Eldridge, Lynch, Maynard, Lovejoy and Fleischauer - Relating to adult protective services system - Passed 3/6/2018

 

 4285.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White and Evans, A. - Relating to the West Virginia Safe Mortgage Licensing Act - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4289.  By Del. Walters, Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and Evans, E. - Relating to disability pensions of municipal employees - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4320.  By Del. McGeehan and Folk - Limiting the ability of an agent under a power of attorney to take self-benefiting actions - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4324.  By Del. Howell, Statler, Hill, Martin, Butler, Shott, Moore, Criss, Paynter, Foster and Pack - Relating to the employment of individuals by municipal paid fire departments under civil service - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4332.  By Del. Rohrbach, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Summers and Frich - Relating to home peritoneal renal dialysis - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

*4336.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Rohrbach, Householder, Atkinson, Criss, Hollen, Hill, Rowan, Dean and Cooper - Updating the schedule of controlled substances - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4338.  By Del. Fast, Miller, R., Hanshaw, Shott, Eldridge, Robinson, Lovejoy, Lane, Williams, Isner and Foster - Relating to the powers and authority of the Divisions of Administrative Services, and Corrections and Rehabilitation of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety (original similar to SB369) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

*4343.  By Del. Frich, Westfall, White, Upson, Lovejoy, Robinson and Evans, A. - Relating to the delivery of financial statements to bank shareholders - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4347.  By Del. Moore, Shott, Hanshaw, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Summers, Sobonya, Fast, Queen, Byrd and Capito - Relating to voluntary contributions to the West Virginia State Police Forensic Laboratory Fund (original similar to HB4271) - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4350.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Hill, Martin, Criss, Paynter, Moore, Statler, Kessinger and Fast - Eliminating the regulation of upholstery - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4368.  By Del. Westfall, Frich and Lane - Relating to voluntary assignments of wages by state employees who have been overpaid - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 4376.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Health and Human Resources (original similar to SB378) - Passed 3/8/2018; Effective from passage

 

 4379.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB390) - Passed 3/8/2018; Effective from passage

 

 4380.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Agriculture (original similar to SB391) - Passed 2/20/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4381.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Education (original similar to SB380) - Passed 2/20/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4384.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Transportation (original similar to SB381) - Passed 2/20/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4385.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services (original similar to SB389) - Passed 3/2/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/8/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

 4386.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health – Community Mental Health Services (original similar to SB387) - Passed 2/20/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/1/18 - Approved by Governor 3/2/18

 

 4389.  By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Del. Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds to the Enterprise Resource Planning System Fund (original similar to SB383) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*4392.  By Del. Ellington, Hanshaw, Householder, Shott and Summers - Relating to Medicaid subrogation liens of the Department of Health and Human Resources - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4394.  By Del. Evans, A., Hartman, Hamilton and Romine, R. - Relating to forest fires (original similar to SB429) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4400.  By Del. Westfall, Hartman, Criss, White, Lane, Walters, Upson, Frich, Capito and Shott - Relating to the West Virginia Physicians Mutual Insurance Company - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4401.  By Del. Ambler, Sobonya, Westfall, Frich, Cooper, Foster, Householder, Barrett and Phillips - Relating to the registration of business (original similar to SB497) - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

 4402.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Moye, Hornbuckle, Kelly, Rodighiero, Blair, Householder, Higginbotham, Dean and Campbell - Relating to the prevention of sexual abuse of children - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4410.  By Del. Moore, Westfall, Lane and White - Removing the requirement that the State Auditor receive copies of the Limited Video Lottery bids - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4422.  By Del. Frich, Walters, Westfall, Upson, Householder, Statler, Ambler, Evans, A., Miller, C. and Anderson - Permitting permanent endowment funds of cemeteries to invest their principal in certain government bonds, and corporate bonds - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

*4424.  By Del. Miley, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Shott, Fleischauer, Lane, Rowe, Hanshaw, Boggs, Hamilton, Caputo and Campbell - Providing that the Ethics Act applies to certain persons providing services without pay to state elected officials - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4433.  By Del. Nelson, Boggs, Ambler, Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Miller, C., Walters, Longstreth, Pethtel and Sponaugle - Declaring certain claims against an agency of the state to be moral obligations of the state - Passed 3/3/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4434.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying provisions relating to candidates unaffiliated with a political party as it relates to certificates of announcement - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 4436.  By Del. Frich, Atkinson, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler and Ward - Clarifying when a minor between the ages of 16 and 18 may be employed by or elected as a member of a volunteer fire department - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4444.  By Del. Frich, Byrd, Cooper, Evans, A., Hamilton, Love, Maynard, Pushkin, Statler, Butler and Paynter - Clarifying the authority of the State Fire Commission in adopting a State Building Code - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*4447.  By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, Moore, Miller, C., Harshbarger, Fast, Lane, Hollen, Capito, Summers and Byrd - Providing for a uniform and efficient system of broadband conduit installation - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4453.  By Del. Shott, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Isner, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Canestraro, Lane, Moore and Summers - Relating to judicial review of contested cases under the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Board of Review - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 4462.  By Del. Byrd, Hollen, Folk, Criss, Robinson, Phillips, Dean, Kelly, Westfall, Canestraro and Summers - Allowing off duty members and officers of the department of public safety to guard private property - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*4473.  By Del. Sobonya, Romine, C., Westfall, Overington, Ambler, Butler, Miller, C., Rowan, Ward, Householder and Rohrbach - Relating to use of state funds for advertising to promote a public official or government office - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4478.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Hanshaw, Hornbuckle, Williams, Byrd, Canestraro, Miller, R., Robinson, Rowe and Isner - Authorizing public schools to distribute excess food to students - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 4486.  By Del. White, Frich, Lane, Westfall, Queen, Dean, Martin, Eldridge, Phillips, Moore and Foster - Relating to persons required to obtain a license to engage in the business of currency exchange - Passed 3/9/2018

 

 4488.  By Del. Hanshaw, Boggs and Shott - Relating to the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Authority - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4502.  By Del. Barrett, Kessinger, Moore, Sobonya, Miller, R., Lovejoy, Canestraro and Harshbarger - Adding the crimes of murder and armed robbery to the list of offenses for which a prosecutor may apply for an order authorizing interception - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4509.  By Del. Pushkin, Sobonya, Robinson, Summers, Fleischauer, Kessinger, Longstreth and Frich - Relating to the establishment of substance abuse treatment facilities - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4522.  By Del. Nelson - Allowing certain tax information to be shared with the Director of Purchasing Division, Department of Administration, and State Auditor - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4524.  By Del. Ellington, Summers and Rohrbach - Establishing guidelines for the substitution of certain biological pharmaceuticals - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4529.  By Del. Rohrbach - Relating to oath by municipal official certifying list of delinquent business and occupation taxes - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*4546.  By Del. Sobonya, Frich, Romine, C., Miller, C., Rohrbach, Butler, Summers, Pack, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Relating to where an application for a marriage license may be made - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*4558.  By Del. Capito, Nelson  and Frich - Establishing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Investment Fund in the West Virginia Development Office (original similar to SB365) - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4571.  By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Lynch, Miller, R., Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer and Dean - Relating to the final day of filing announcements of candidates for a political office - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4603.  By Del. Lane, Pushkin, Byrd, Capito, Robinson and Rowe - Providing immunity from civil liability to facilities and employees providing crisis stabilization - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4607.  By Del. Hamrick, Higginbotham, Howell and Graves - Establishing certain criteria for the restricted operation of drones within State Parks, Forests, and Rail Trails - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*4618.  By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating to the authority of the Division of Protective Services - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*4619.  By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Folk, Cooper, Rohrbach, Atkinson and Cowles (Originating in House Education) - Relating to supporting implementation of comprehensive systems for teacher and leader induction and professional growth - Passed 3/2/2018; Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 3/8/18

 

 4621.  By Del. Miller, C., Anderson, Frich, Hamilton, Storch, Walters, Westfall, Boggs, Longstreth, Sponaugle and Maynard (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to removing reference to certain entities with respect to work - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/10/18

 

 4622.  By Del. Espinosa, Rohrbach, Upson, Kelly, Hicks, Statler, Higginbotham, Pyles, Evans, E., Hornbuckle and Rodighiero (Originating in House Education) - Relating to authorizing legislative rules regarding higher education - Passed 3/6/2018

 

 4624.  By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Pack, Brewer, Jennings, Iaquinta, Ferro, Hill, Diserio, Marcum and Maynard (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to West Virginia coordinate systems - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 4626.  By Del. Anderson, Nelson , Boggs, Householder, Ellington, Gearheart, Frich, Ambler, Bates and Longstreth (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to West Virginia innovative mine safety technology tax credit act - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4627.  By Del. Moore (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to providing a limitation on the eminent domain authority of a municipal park board - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 4628.  By Del. Nelson , Miller, C., Boggs, Westfall, Espinosa, Ambler, Frich, Hartman and Storch (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to authorizing the redirection of amounts collected from certain surcharges and assessments on workers' compensation insurance policies for periods prior to January 1, 2019 - Passed 3/9/2018

 

 4629.  By Del. Hanshaw, Harshbarger, Byrd, Robinson, Miller, R., Pushkin, Sobonya, Hollen, Canestraro, Lane and Zatezalo (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to broadband enhancement and expansion policies generally - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

 1.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Adopted 1/10/2018

 

 2.        By Del. Atkinson - U. S. Marine Corps PFC James Ralph Heeter Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 3.        By Del. Westfall and Ambler - U. S. Army Cpl David Michael Hopkins and U.S. Army Cpl Romey Earl Hughart, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 4.        By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Westfall, Maynard and Howell - U. S. Army SPC4 Gary Wayne Morgan Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 5.        By Del. Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Westfall, Maynard and Howell - U. S. Army PFC Jessie Franklin Crow Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/2018

 

 8.        By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge, Marcum and Miller, C. - Funding for feasibility study of Coal-to-Chemicals Project  - Adopted 3/7/2018

 

 9.        By Del. Atkinson, Harshbarger, Cooper and Queen - U. S. Air Force Major Neil L. Ferrell Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

*13.      By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Miller, R., Eldridge and Marcum - U. S. Army SGM Bill E. Jeffrey Memorial Road - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 16.      By Del. Rowan - Frenchburg Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 19.      By Del. Rowan, Frich, Eldridge, Hicks, Ambler, Anderson, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Blair, Boggs, Brewer, Butler, Byrd, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Gearheart, Graves, Hamilton, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Isner, Jennings, Kelly, Kessinger, Lane, Longstreth, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Martin, Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, R., Moore, Moye, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Nelson , Overington, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Romine, C., Romine, R., Rowe, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Statler, Storch, Summers, Sypolt, Thompson, Upson, Wagner, Ward, Westfall, White, Williams, Wilson, Zatezalo, Cooper and Campbell - World Moyamoya Awareness Day - Adopted 3/8/2018

 

 25.      By Del. Hollen, Criss, Deem, Kelly, Anderson, Cooper, Phillips, McGeehan, Atkinson and Butler - U. S. Army SPC David A. Hess Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 26.      By Del. Evans, A. - U. S. Army PFC Tracy Victor Rohrbaugh Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 27.      By Del. Summers, Queen, Hamrick, Miley and Iaquinta - Making Grafton's Annual Memorial Day Parade the Official State Memorial Day Parade - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

*30.      By Del. Wagner, Westfall, Hamilton, Jennings, McGeehan and Queen - U. S. Army PFC Victor Allen Mazitis, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 33.      By Del. Westfall, Wagner, Atkinson, Higginbotham, Rodighiero and Frich - U. S. Army 2LT Clarence Dragoo Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 35.      By Del. Martin, Butler, Hamrick, Hill, Jennings, Howell and Foster - USMC LCpl George W. Henry, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

*40.      By Del. Maynard, Dean, Eldridge, Moye and Rohrbach - U. S. Air Force SMSgt Billie E. 'Bunky' Hodge Bridge - Adopted 3/8/2018

 

*45.      By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Romine, C., Hornbuckle, Miller, C., Hicks, Thompson, Byrd and Cowles - U. S. Air Force Reserves 2nd Lieutenant Richard E. Tyson Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 47.      By Del. Miller, C., Butler, Maynard, Brewer, Lovejoy, Eldridge, Rohrbach and Romine, C. - U. S. Army SPC 4 William L. Amos Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

*53.      By Del. Ward, Caputo, Longstreth and Summers - Pastor Robert L. 'Bob' Barker Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 61.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Love, Miller, C., Romine, C., Phillips, Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks and Hornbuckle - U. S. Army PFC Cornelious Wiley Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 62.      By Del. Hartman, Lynch, Iaquinta, Isner, Love, Pethtel, Sponaugle, Williams, Boggs, Gearheart and Hamilton - Pocahontas County Veterans Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 65.      By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Miller, R., Rodighiero, Thompson, Hicks, Hornbuckle, Marcum, Phillips, Romine, C. and Miller, C. - U. S. Army CPL George Browning Memorial Road - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 68.      By Del. Maynard, Eldridge, Miller, C., Hornbuckle, Romine, C., Paynter, Miller, R., Cooper, Phillips, Dean and Love - U. S. Army SGT Douglas Thompson Memorial Road - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 75.      By Del. Evans, A., Rowan, Romine, R., Hamilton and Howell - PVT George Howell, Continental Army Memorial Highway - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 77.      By Del. Miller, R., Rodighiero, Eldridge and Maynard - Deputy Sheriff Jesse R. Browning Memorial Road - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 78.      By Del. Kelly, Anderson, Atkinson, Hollen, Deem, Criss, Harshbarger, Cooper, Longstreth, Iaquinta and Hartman - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Danny Marshall Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

*85.      By Del. Howell, Capito, Criss, Espinosa, Evans, A., Fast, Gearheart, Hamrick, Hill, Martin, Moore, Pack, Rowan, Statler, Storch, Westfall and Overington - Requesting the legislatures and departments of transportation of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia to endorse and pursue the construction of a new four-lane, limited access highway, extending Interstate Highway 99 from its present terminus at Bedford, Pennsylvania, to Covington, Virginia - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 87.      By Del. Gearheart, Ellington and Shott - Constable Joseph H. Davidson Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 88.      By Del. Storch - U. S. Air Force Capt. Clarence Virgil Slack, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/10/2018

 

 91.      By Del. Romine, R., Evans, A., Hamilton, McGeehan, Jennings, Rowan, Pethtel and Ferro - U.S. Navy Capt Homer Leroy Smith Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/2018

 

 100.    By Del. Statler and Frich - Morgantown High School Veterans Bridge - Adopted 3/9/2018

 

 

SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

*10.      By Sen. Sypolt, Clements, Rucker, Smith, Maroney, Cline and Gaunch - Relating generally to PSC jurisdiction (original similar to HB4355, SB515) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*36.      By Sen. Woelfel and Plymale - Relating generally to DNA testing - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*37.      By Sen. Woelfel, Trump and Ojeda - Equalizing penalty for entering without breaking regardless of time of day - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*46.      By Sen. Cline and Takubo - Permitting pharmacists to inform customers of lower-cost alternative drugs - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 47.      By Sen. Romano and Ojeda - Requiring Defense Department advocacy groups be notified in abuse or neglect of military person's child - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*51.      By Sen. Gaunch and Cline - Relating to domestic relations (original similar to HB4020) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 62.      By Sen. Prezioso - Adjusting requirements for hiring school attendance directors - Passed 2/14/2018 - To Governor 2/19/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*71.      By Sen. Weld, Prezioso and Cline - Defining "veteran" as it pertains to veteran-owned business - Passed 2/22/2018 - To Governor 3/2//18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

*73.      By Sen. Weld and Cline - Modifying crime of fleeing from scene of accident - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*82.      By Sen. Ferns and Cline - Including rebuttable presumptions in certain cases for firefighters with regard to workers' compensation - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*102.    By Sen. Trump - Creating WV Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (original similar to HB4209, HB4320) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*110.    By Sen. Trump - Requiring certain licensees notify law enforcement or EMS of life-threatening emergency on premises - Passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*133.    By Sen. Gaunch, Blair, Swope, Baldwin, Jeffries, Boso and Ojeda - Exempting renewal of certain contracts entered into during declared state of emergency (original similar to HB4034) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*134.    By Sen. Gaunch, Blair, Swope, Baldwin, Jeffries, Ojeda, Cline and Maroney - Authorizing Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to engage individuals for emergency response and recovery (original similar to HB4033) - Passed 3/5/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*141.    By Sen. Sypolt - Expanding county assessment and collection of head tax on breeding cows - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 143.    By Sen. Sypolt - Permitting DNR identification tag be used to identify trap - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*146.    By Sen. Trump - Correcting technical error within Solid Waste Management Act - Passed 3/2/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*152.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*154.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Administration to promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4086) - Passed 2/15/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*163.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4093) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*165.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4129) - Passed 2/19/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/23/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*181.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing MAPS promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4097) - Passed 3/2/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*184.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DOT promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4099) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*230.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4108) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

*237.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB4102) - Passed 2/26/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/2/18 - Approved by Governor 3/6/18

 

 242.    By Sen. Trump, Blair, Maroney and Rucker - Requiring health insurance providers provide coverage for certain Lyme disease treatment (original similar to HB4328) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*244.    By Sen. Azinger and Rucker - Specifying conditions for unlawful possession of firearm at school-sponsored activities (original similar to HB4139) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*261.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring certain powers and programs of WV Affordable Housing Trust Fund to WV Housing Development Fund (original similar to HB4140) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 263.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating film tax credits (original similar to HB4144) - Passed 1/26/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 1/29/18 - Approved by Governor 1/29/18

 

*267.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing salaries of certain state employees (original similar to HB4145) - Passed 2/20/2018; Effective July 1, 2018 - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/21/18

 

*271.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Creating centralized Shared Services Section of Department of Administration (original similar to HB4188) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*272.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to drug control (original similar to HB4227) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*273.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing use of certain prescription drugs (original similar to HB 4304, HB4263, HB4465, HB4481) - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*275.    By Sen. Clements, Azinger, Beach, Jeffries, Maroney, Prezioso, Romano, Unger, Takubo, Stollings and Cline - Relating to tax on purchases of intoxicating liquors - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 282.    By Sen. Gaunch, Baldwin, Blair, Jeffries, Swope, Boso and Cline - Exempting State Conservation Committee from Purchasing Division requirements for contracts related to flood recovery (original similar to HB4161) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*283.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to procurement by state agencies (original similar to HB4261, SB296) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*290.    By Sen. Smith, Azinger, Boso, Clements and Cline - Relating to DEP standards of water quality and effluent limitations (original similar to HB4426) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 298.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso and Stollings (Originating in Senate Finance) - Authorizing county assessors make separate entries in landbooks when real property is partly used for exempt and partly for nonexempt purposes (original similar to HB4256) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 299.    By Sen. Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings and Blair (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to mandatory insurance coverage for medical foods for amino acid-based formulas (original similar to HB2051, HB2072, HB3021) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*307.    By Sen. Trump, Blair, Plymale and Boso - Declaring fundraising on state highway or roadway by volunteer fire department is not obstruction or nuisance - Passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*313.    By Sen. Gaunch, Azinger, Boso, Karnes, Maynard, Ojeda, Palumbo, Romano, Rucker, Baldwin, Cline, Stollings, Prezioso and Plymale - Waiving occupational fees and licensing requirements for certain low-income individuals, military families, and young workers - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*319.    By Sen. Rucker, Azinger, Drennan, Gaunch, Karnes, Smith, Sypolt, Trump, Unger, Cline, Boso, Plymale, Clements, Maroney and Takubo - Allowing individuals who completed home schooling be eligible for PROMISE scholarship without equivalent diploma - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

 322.    By Sen. Weld - Relating to employees of Department of Agriculture - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*327.    By Sen. Weld, Boso, Gaunch, Cline and Drennan - Providing extortion of anything of value, including sexual contact, subjects person to criminal penalty - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*336.    By Sen. Ferns, Weld, Boso, Baldwin, Blair and Cline - Providing certain DMV applicants ability to contribute to WV Department of Veterans Assistance - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 338.    By Sen. Blair and Boso - Changing date for employers to file annual reconciliation and withholding statements (original similar to HB4265) - Passed 3/3/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 339.    By Sen. Gaunch and Blair - Relating to WV Retirement Health Benefit Trust Fund within PEIA (original similar to HB4272) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 343.    By Sen. Sypolt - Limiting expenses in preparing list for notice to redeem - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 346.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Permitting full-time nonresident students purchase lifetime resident hunting, trapping and fishing licenses (original similar to HB4235) - Passed 3/6/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*347.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating to operation of motorboats (original similar to HB4274) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*348.    By Sen. Maynard - Allowing for disposal of service weapons of special DNR police officers (original similar to HB4185) - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 350.    By Sen. Ferns, Trump, Maynard, Jeffries, Baldwin and Plymale - Eliminating obsolete requirement that Lottery Commission file racetrack video lottery game rules with Secretary of State - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 351.    By Sen. Trump, Weld, Azinger, Clements, Cline, Jeffries, Karnes, Maynard, Ojeda, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Swope and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Permitting ballot commissioners serve while candidates for certain offices - Passed 3/5/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*359.    By Sen. Trump, Unger and Weld - Authorizing Supreme Court establish curricula for mental hygiene commissioners and certain magistrates - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective from passage

 

*360.    By Sen. Clements - Clarifying oil and gas permits not be on flat well royalty leases (original similar to HB4490) - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/3/18 - Approved by Governor 3/9/18

 

 364.    By Sen. Mann, Karnes, Rucker, Gaunch, Azinger, Swope, Takubo and Cline - Allowing parent or legal guardian of homeschooled child provide signed statement for obtaining permit or license to operate motor vehicle - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

 365.    By Sen. Weld, Ferns, Unger, Plymale, Baldwin, Cline and Boso - Relating to Young Entrepreneur Reinvestment Act (original similar to HB4558) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*375.    By Sen. Sypolt, Rucker, Takubo, Baldwin and Boso - Relating to farmers markets (original similar to HB4295) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 379.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to DHHR (original similar to HB4377) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 382.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation of Lottery Net Profits to Bureau of Senior Services, Lottery Senior Citizens Fund (original similar to HB4378) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 384.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and increasing appropriations from State Fund, General Revenue to DHHR (original similar to HB4383) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 385.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and adding appropriations out of Treasury to DHHR and MAPS (original similar to HB4387) - Passed 3/8/2018; Effective from passage

 

*386.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing and increasing appropriations from Treasury to Higher Education Policy Commission (original similar to HB4388) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

 388.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing, increasing and adding appropriations out of Treasury to DHHR and Department of Administration (original similar to HB4382) - Passed 2/16/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/18 - Approved by Governor 2/27/18

 

*392.    By Sen. Boso, Facemire, Jeffries and Prezioso - Reconfiguring membership of Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*395.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Providing for judicial review of appealed decisions of Air Quality Review Board, Environmental Quality Board and Surface Mine Board (original similar to HB4510) - Passed 3/6/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*397.    By Sen. Sypolt, Facemire, Romano and Cline - Creating crime of impersonating blind or disabled person - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*401.    By Sen. Weld, Ferns, Romano, Baldwin and Drennan - Requiring specified coverage in health benefit plans for treatment of substance abuse disorders - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*404.    By Sen. Weld and Cline - Relating to sex offender registry information - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 406.    By Sen. Ferns, Takubo, Boso, Cline and Baldwin - Clarifying that ground emergency medical transportation is eligible for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

 407.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings and Plymale - Licensing and approval of child care programs - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*408.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings and Plymale - Licensing of nursing homes and assisted living residences - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 411.    By Sen. Takubo and Maroney - Removing Commissioner of Bureau for Public Health from State Board of Sanitarians - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*412.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to authority of county litter control officers - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*415.    By Sen. Ferns, Blair, Maroney, Trump, Weld, Woelfel, Stollings and Takubo - Permitting wagering on certain professional or collegiate sports events authorized as WV Lottery Sports Wagering activities (original similar to HB4396) - Passed 3/3/2018; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/18 - Became law without Governor's signature

 

 425.    By Sen. Ferns, Cline and Plymale - Removing sunset dates which members of policemen's or firemen's pension fund elect to participate in deferred retirement option plan - Passed 3/9/2018

 

 427.    By Sen. Gaunch and Facemire - Modifying form of notice for certain tax delinquencies - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*434.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*438.    By Sen. Maynard, Prezioso, Beach, Plymale and Jeffries - Relating to debt service on bonds secured by State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 441.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings, Woelfel and Plymale - Relating to health care provider taxes - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

*442.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney, Stollings, Woelfel and Plymale - Establishing universal forms and deadlines when submitting prior authorization electronically (original similar to HB4239) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*443.    By Sen. Arvon, Azinger, Cline, Gaunch, Maynard, Rucker and Smith - Terminating parental rights when certain conditions are met (original similar to HB4596) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 444.    By Sen. Trump - Repealing antiquated code sections regarding safety glass and lighting in motor vehicles - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*445.    By Sen. Boso, Swope, Gaunch, Jeffries, Rucker, Maroney, Plymale, Maynard and Beach (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Allowing DOH acquire real or personal property for utility accommodation - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*446.    By Sen. Rucker, Sypolt, Unger, Trump and Boso - Creating Agritourism Responsibility Act - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*451.    By Sen. Maynard, Clements, Ferns, Gaunch, Maroney, Rucker, Smith, Swope, Weld and Cline - Relating generally to hunting and fishing (original similar to HB3020) - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*456.    By Sen. Gaunch, Takubo, Ferns, Boso and Maroney - Physical Therapy Licensure Compact Act - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*461.    By Sen. Ferns and Cline - Extending time to file petition for motor fuel excise tax refund - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 463.    By Sen. Sypolt, Rucker, Clements, Cline, Mann, Maynard, Smith, Baldwin, Beach, Ojeda and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Agriculture and Rural Development) - Establishing group to examine benefits and need of transferring milk rules and regulations from DHHR to Agriculture - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

 464.    By Sen. Gaunch, Boso and Cline - Changing statutory payment date for incremental salary increases due state employees - Passed 3/2/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*465.    By Sen. Trump, Boso, Ferns, Baldwin and Cline - Relating to mandated reporting of child abuse and neglect (original similar to HB4589) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 468.    By Sen. Gaunch and Boso - Changing date and recipients for submission of Auditor's annual report - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*469.    By Sen. Weld, Boso, Unger, Ferns, Maroney, Clements and Cline - Converting Addiction Treatment Pilot Program to permanent program - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*475.    By Sen. Woelfel, Baldwin and Beach - Industrial Hemp Development Act (original similar to HB4500) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 479.    By Sen. Gaunch - Establishing local government monitoring by Auditor - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective from passage

 

*493.    By Sen. Azinger - Relating to guaranty associations - Passed 3/6/2018

 

*495.    By Sen. Azinger - Designating specific insurance coverages exempt from rate filing requirements - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 498.    By Sen. Maynard, Stollings and Plymale - Creating two-year pilot program allowing all-terrain or recreational vehicles in Cabwaylingo State Forest - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*499.    By Sen. Maroney, Clements, Prezioso, Stollings, Takubo, Plymale, Cline and Jeffries - Requiring one year of certain approved postgraduate clinical training for persons with foreign medical degrees - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*500.    By Sen. Baldwin, Mann, Gaunch, Jeffries, Woelfel and Plymale - Authorizing City of White Sulphur Springs to expend principal and interest from special interest-bearing fund - Passed 3/7/2018; Effective from passage

 

*501.    By Sen. Drennan, Cline, Jeffries, Karnes, Maroney, Maynard, Rucker, Smith, Swope, Weld, Woelfel, Boso and Plymale - Relating to accrued benefit of retirees in Deputy Sheriff Retirement System (original similar to HB4516) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

*506.    By Sen. Swope, Smith, Boso and Cline - Deregulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating, and cooling systems - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*510.    By Sen. Maynard, Takubo, Stollings, Cline, Boso and Plymale - Designating hospitals for stroke treatment (original similar to HB4457) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*521.    By Sen. Trump, Gaunch, Maynard, Stollings and Boso - Requiring chief executive of municipal law-enforcement agency be certified law-enforcement officer (original similar to HB4526) - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective July 1, 2018

 

*522.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating generally to Administrative Procedures Act - Passed 3/6/2018

 

 525.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Facemire, Boso, Baldwin, Maroney, Sypolt, Clements, Takubo, Jeffries, Smith, Palumbo, Weld and Woelfel (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to certification for emergency medical training - mining - Passed 3/10/2018

 

*528.    By Sen. Trump - Providing additional circuit judge for nineteenth judicial circuit - Passed 3/9/2018

 

 539.    By Sen. Trump, Stollings and Woelfel - Increasing limit for settling claims against DOH - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*543.    By Sen. Trump and Cline - Relating to confidentiality of medical records - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*548.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Ojeda, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Smith, Stollings, Swope and Cline - Authorizing county commissions to pay election officials (original similar to HB4493) - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

*555.    By Sen. Ferns - Providing immunity from civil liability for qualified directors of certain governmental and nonprofit entities - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*561.    By Sen. Jeffries - Increasing minimum contract price requiring execution of bond with respect to building or repairing school property - Passed 3/5/2018 - To Governor 3/9/18

 

*574.    By Sen. Weld and Cline - Relating to crime of misrepresentation of military honors (original similar to SB608) - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*575.    By Sen. Takubo, Arvon, Azinger, Boley, Boso, Clements, Cline, Drennan, Maroney, Maynard, Rucker, Sypolt, Stollings and Plymale - Approving additional beds for intermediate care facilities (original similar to HB4366) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 576.    By Sen. Gaunch, Palumbo, Ferns, Trump and Plymale - Relating to Patient Injury Compensation Fund - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*582.    By Sen. Clements and Maroney - Allowing candidate for political party executive committee serve as election official - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage

 

 584.    By Sen. Blair, Boso, Sypolt and Facemire - Finding certain claims against state to be moral obligations of state (original similar to HB4433) - Passed 3/8/2018; Effective from passage

 

 585.    By Sen. Romano, Facemire, Trump and Weld - Altering boundary line between Doddridge and Harrison counties - Passed 3/9/2018; Effective from passage

 

*589.    By Sen. Rucker, Arvon, Clements, Cline, Drennan, Gaunch, Maynard, Smith, Sypolt and Plymale - Relating to issuance of personalized plates for antique motor vehicles - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*590.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Beach, Clements, Cline, Facemire, Ojeda, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Smith, Stollings, Swope, Sypolt, Trump, Unger, Weld and Woelfel - Providing special license plate for curing childhood cancer - Passed 3/7/2018

 

*603.    By Sen. Drennan, Blair, Gaunch, Maroney, Maynard, Plymale and Trump - Relating to proceedings for involuntary custody for examination (original similar to SB371) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 612.    By Sen. Boley, Boso and Maynard - Relating to sale of municipal property - Passed 3/9/2018

 

*616.    By Sen. Boso and Cline - Establishing maximum gross weight for certain wood-bearing trucks - Passed 3/8/2018

 

*625.    By Sen. Gaunch, Maynard, Boso, Clements, Jeffries, Palumbo, Smith, Sypolt and Weld (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Creating WV Volunteer Fire and Rescue Act of 2018 (original similar to HB2094, HB2361, HB2608, HB2638, HB2780, HB2862, HB2916, HB2977, HB4253, SB105, SB108, SB128, SB251, SB42, SB489, SB49, SB59, SB89) - Passed 3/10/2018

 

 626.    By Sen. Smith (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Relating generally to coal mining (original similar to HB4340) - Passed 3/8/2018

 

 631.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating generally to one-call system - Passed 3/7/2018

 

 633.    By Sen. Blair, Arvon, Boley, Boso, Drennan, Facemire, Ferns, Gaunch, Mann, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from Insurance Commission Fund and appropriating funds to Consolidated Medical Services Fund - Passed 3/10/2018; Effective from passage