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HOUSE ABSTRACT

 

2019 Regular Session

 

Includes Actions as of February 21, 2019

 

*Denotes Committee Substitutes

 

ALL HOUSE BILLS INTRODUCED

 

*2001.  By Del. Harshbarger, Martin, P., McGeehan, Atkinson, Storch, Pack, Rowan, Hollen, Mandt, Kelly, J. and Sypolt - Relating to exempting social security benefits from personal income tax (original similar to HB2220) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Finance

 

 2002.  By Del. Higginbotham, Foster, Martin, C., Cadle, Hamrick, Fast, Wilson, Espinosa, Waxman, Kessinger and Butler - Education Savings Account Act - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2003.  By Del. Shott, Kessinger, Wilson, Fast, Waxman, Kump, Kelly, D., Espinosa, Toney, Westfall and Higginbotham - Extending expungement of certain criminal convictions - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2004.  By Del. Espinosa, Graves, Harshbarger, Foster, Worrell, Hanna, Dean, Sypolt, Hamrick and Howell - Providing for a program of instruction in workforce preparedness - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education - Passed House 2/5/2019 - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Education

 

*2005.  By Del. Linville, Hanna, Anderson, Hollen, Jeffries, D., Sypolt, Hardy, Fast, Maynard, Phillips and Rowan - Broadband Expansion Act of 2019 - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2019 - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 1/28/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/29/2019

 

 2006.  By Del. Howell, Westfall, Rohrbach, Worrell, Summers, Hamrick, Ellington, Queen, Hill, Wilson and Criss - Relating to municipal home rule - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2007.  By Del. Jennings, Harshbarger, Hanna, Householder, Wilson, Foster, Ellington, McGeehan, Kessinger, Hollen and Malcolm - Eliminating the certificate of need program - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*2008.  By Del. Cowles, Harshbarger, Kump, Householder, Ellington, Hill, Wilson, Butler, Steele, Jennings and Criss - Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2009.  By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Phillips, Cadle, Porterfield, Wilson, Jennings, Cooper and Espinosa - Creating a new category of Innovation in Education grant program - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Education

 

*2010.  By Del. Kessinger, Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Storch, Rowan, Sypolt, Harshbarger, Phillips and Capito - Relating to foster care - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019 - Amended - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/1/2019

 

 2011.  By Del. Summers, Howell, Waxman, Queen, Hamrick, Jennings, Sypolt, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell and Kump - Road Maintenance Program (original similar to SB426) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/12/2019

 

 2012.  By Del. Summers, Jeffries, D., Sypolt, Kelly, D., Toney, Hardy, Mandt, Maynard, Linville, Phillips and Criss - Establishing country roads accountability and transparency - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019

 

 2013.  By Del. Cooper, Pack, Cadle, Westfall, Kelly, D., Capito, Rowan, Queen, Hill, Malcolm and Foster - Providing a bonus for teachers willing to teach in certain critical needs areas - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2014.  By Del. Foster, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Householder, Shott, Howell, Pack and Hollen - West Virginia Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2020.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and 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 1/9/2019 - To Finance

 

 2021.  By Del. Fast - Relating to relocation or closure of state higher education institutions - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2022.  By Del. Rowan and Fast - Permitting county boards of education to accumulate instructional days and use them when needed - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education

 

 2023.  By Del. Fast - Repealing provision prohibiting employers from discriminating for use of tobacco products - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2024.  By Del. Fast - Allowing a home improvement transaction to be performed under an oral contract - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2025.  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 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2026.  By Del. Fast - Relating to gasoline and fuel excise tax - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2027.  By Del. Fast - Requiring that patching repair of hard surfaced roads, highways and streets be by use of mechanical rollers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*2028.  By Del. Fast - Limiting supervision of laying of lines on state rights-of-way - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 1/17/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2029.  By Del. Fast - Relating to Public Defender Services - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2030.  By Del. Wilson - Permitting honorably discharged veterans to hunt, trap or fish in this state without first obtaining a license (original similar to SB278) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2031.  By Del. Wilson, Kelly, J. and Porterfield - 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 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2032.  By Del. Wilson and Kelly, J. - Permitting the carrying of concealed weapons on the campus of a state institution of higher education - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2033.  By Del. Wilson, Porterfield and Bibby - Establishing procedures for carrying out the death sentence (original similar to HB2712) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2034.  By Del. Fast - 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 1/9/2019 - To Education

 

 2035.  By Del. Fast, Rowan and Porterfield - Requiring purchases to be made at lowest retail price available at level of quality sought by the spending unit - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2036.  By Del. Cooper, Pack and Rowan - Permitting vehicles displaying disabled veterans' special registration plates to park in places where persons with mobility impairments may park - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Military - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2037.  By Del. Thompson, R. and Rohrbach - Creating an additional class of special education classroom aides - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*2038.  By Del. Howell and Pack - Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/18/2019

 

 2039.  By Del. Caputo and Rowan - Requiring county boards of education to employ a certified library media specialist in each county school - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2040.  By Del. Thompson, R. and Caputo - Relating to qualifications of paraprofessionals, autism mentors and braille or sign support specialists - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2041.  By Del. Thompson, R., Miller and Thompson, C. - Permitting teachers to retire after 25 years of contributing service regardless of age - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2042.  By Del. Thompson, R. - Specifying the grade point average required for student participation in interscholastic athletics at the high school level - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education

 

 2043.  By Del. Thompson, R. - 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 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2044.  By Del. Foster - Relating to pecuniary interest of county and district officers, teachers and school officials in contracts - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2045.  By Del. Foster - Removing the requirement for contactors to file payroll information on public improvement construction projects - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2046.  By Del. Foster, Summers, Jeffries, J., Phillips, Wilson, Kessinger, McGeehan, Mandt, Estep-Burton and Brown, N. - 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 (original similar to SB474) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues

 

 2047.  By Del. Sponaugle - Relating to penalties incurred from obstructing, fleeing from and making false statements to law-enforcement - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2048.  By Del. Foster - Relating to the definition of an “employee” for purposes of payment of minimum wages, maximum hours, and overtime compensation - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2049.  By Del. Foster, Porterfield, Waxman, Kessinger, Cowles, Hardy and Fast - Relating to a prime contractor’s responsibility for wages and benefits - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 2050.  By Del. Fleischauer - Prohibiting confidential settlement terms of a contested case involving sexual harassment, sexual abuse, or sexual assault - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2051.  By Del. Canestraro - Annual retirement annuity adjustment West Virginia State Police Retirement System - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2052.  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 (original similar to HB2176) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2053.  By Del. Fleischauer and Pyles - Providing that state retirees’ insurance benefits be restored to the benefit levels that existed in 2015 - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2054.  By Del. Sponaugle, Caputo and Longstreth - Giving all honorably discharged veterans ten extra points when successfully completing a civil service examination - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2055.  By Del. Sponaugle and Caputo - Prohibiting drilling units from being established without consent of all owners - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2056.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles and Canestraro - Repealing the West Virginia Workplace Freedom Act and restoring prior law - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary then Finance

 

 2057.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles and Canestraro - Reestablishing prevailing wages for certain state government contracts - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary then Finance

 

 2058.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles and Rohrbach - Exempting retirement income of members of certain uniformed services from state income tax (original similar to SB472) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2059.  By Del. Fluharty, Pyles and Miley - Expanding the amount of PROMISE scholarship funds awarded to persons majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2060.  By Del. Sponaugle - 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 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2061.  By Del. Fleischauer and Pyles - Relating to the powers and authority of state and local law enforcement to enforce underage drinking laws at private clubs - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2062.  By Del. Fleischauer and Caputo - The Healthy and Safe Workplace Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2063.  By Del. Fluharty and Lovejoy - Prohibiting use of a person's credit history in certain insurance transactions - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2064.  By Del. Sponaugle - Relating to a five percent bid preference on certain state contracts for businesses owned fifty-one percent by honorably discharged resident veterans - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2065.  By Del. Sponaugle, Caputo and Miley - Expiring the PROMISE Scholarship Program, and establishing the Promise for All Scholarship Program - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2066.  By Del. Sponaugle, Miller and Caputo - Establishing an alternative methodology for pretrial release of persons charged with crimes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2067.  By Del. Hollen, Kelly, J., Fast and Martin, C. - Prohibiting counties, municipalities, and cities from passing any sanctuary ordinances, policies, and procedures - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2068.  By Del. Kelly, J. - Providing counties the power to establish a county sales tax under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2069.  By Del. Kelly, J. and Pyles - Requiring all commercial and professional drivers  be fingerprinted and undergo a background check - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2070.  By Del. Kelly, J. and Cadle - Permitting persons who are twenty-one years of age or older to operate or be a passenger on a motorcycle without a helmet (original similar to SB475) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2071.  By Del. Sponaugle and Lovejoy - Exempting a percentage of social security benefits from personal income tax - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2072.  By Del. Kelly, J. and Rowan - Relating to tuition and fees at community and technical colleges - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2073.  By Del. Sypolt and Hansen - Implementing the recommendations of the studies required by the Natural Gas and Horizontal Well Control Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2074.  By Del. McGeehan, Wilson, Brown, N. and Bibby - Life at Conception Act of 2019 - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2075.  By Del. McGeehan - Exempting certain law-enforcement officers from payment of income and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2076.  By Del. Pushkin - 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 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2077.  By Del. Pushkin, Rohrbach and Brown, N. - Prohibiting smoking in an enclosed motor vehicle when a child under the age of eight is present - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/16/2019

 

 2078.  By Del. Pushkin and Miley - Adding “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the categories covered by the Human Rights Act (original similar to HB2755, SB391) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

*2079.  By Del. Pushkin, Hill, Lavender-Bowe, Bates and Thompson, C. - Removing certain limitations on medical cannabis grower, processor and dispensary licenses - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - motion to have 2nd reference dispensed with adopted - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2080.  By Del. Pushkin - Authorizing possession and smoking of medical cannabis by approved persons - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2081.  By Del. Pushkin - Allowing medical cannabis to be grown outdoors by licensed growers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2082.  By Del. Pushkin - Authorizing the earlier issuance of identification cards to approved medical cannabis consumers and caregivers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

*2083.  By Del. Pushkin, Shott, Miley, Lovejoy and Miller - Providing an identification card for released inmates who do not have a West Virginia identification card or driver’s license - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Referred to Rules on 2nd reading 2/20/2019

 

 2084.  By Del. Pushkin - Permitting certain felons to work in licensed behavioral health facilities - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2085.  By Del. Pushkin - Requiring urban renewal authorities to submit proposed urban renewal projects to the affected local county boards of health - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2086.  By Del. Storch - Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2087.  By Del. Storch and Canestraro - Reallocating and dedicating three percent of oil and gas severance tax revenues to the oil and gas producing counties - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2088.  By Del. Anderson - Relating to admissibility of certain evidence in a civil action for damages - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2089.  By Del. Anderson and Kelly, J. - Relating to erroneous tax assessments and overpayments to the county - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2090.  By Del. Anderson - Relating to advertising by physicians and podiatrists - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2091.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing the minimum number of magisterial districts in a county - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019

 

 2092.  By Del. Summers - Providing that any person lawfully entitled to possess a firearm may store a firearm in a motor vehicle on West Virginia State Capitol Complex (original similar to SB18) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2093.  By Del. Dean - Relating to seniority rights and school consolidation - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education

 

 2094.  By Del. McGeehan - Exempting motor vehicles from personal property tax - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*2095.  By Del. Dean - Assessing the college- and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Education

 

 2096.  By Del. Pushkin - Relating to the juvenile justice reform oversight committee - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2097.  By Del. McGeehan, Kelly, J. and Porterfield - Relating to the hunting of coyotes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019

 

 2098.  By Del. McGeehan - Home Instruction Tax Relief Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2099.  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 1/9/2019 - To Finance

 

 2100.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Rohrbach, Lovejoy and Robinson - Establishing a pilot program to develop school-based mental and behavioral health services - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/13/2019

 

 2101.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Modifying the tax on soft drinks to only cover sugary drinks - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance

 

 2102.  By Del. Fleischauer - Relating generally to horizontal well control standards - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2103.  By Del. Miller - Establishing motor vehicle registration plates for official vehicles of emergency management agencies - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2104.  By Del. Caputo - Increasing benefits of retired state personnel and retired teachers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2105.  By Del. Caputo - 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 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2106.  By Del. Caputo - 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 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2107.  By Del. Caputo - Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2108.  By Del. Sponaugle - Creating the West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance

 

*2109.  By Del. Canestraro, Hollen and Steele - Extending the maximum period of confinement a judge may impose for certain, first-time probationary violations - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/13/2019

 

 2110.  By Del. Canestraro, Pethtel, Fluharty, Diserio, Williams, Fleischauer and Caputo - Reallocating and dedicating the natural gas and oil severance tax revenues annually to the natural gas and oil-producing counties of origin - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2111.  By Del. Caputo - Relating to pension benefits exempt from state income taxation (original similar to SB38) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2112.  By Del. Thompson, R. - Relating to failure to maintain state and public roads - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2113.  By Del. Howell - Intrastate Coal and Use Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2114.  By Del. Howell - Purchasing certain items from local suppliers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2115.  By Del. Howell - Right to Repair Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2116.  By Del. Howell - Relating to monitoring, copying and emailing certain inmate mail - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2117.  By Del. Pyles - Relating to the approval of the Historic Landmarks Commission - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2118.  By Del. Pyles - Relating to the power of local government authorities to regulate vehicular traffic within their borders - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2119.  By Del. Pyles, Jeffries, J. and Paynter - Prohibiting the performing of an onychectomy or flexor tendonectomy procedure on a cat - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2120.  By Del. Pyles - Providing local government the authority to place video cameras at road intersections - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2121.  By Del. Pyles, Angelucci, Walker and Wilson - Permitting retail liquor licensees to sell alcoholic beverages after one o’clock p.m. on Sundays - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2122.  By Del. Rowan - Relating to more equitable disbursement of funds to county boards - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2123.  By Del. Shott - Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2124.  By Del. Cooper - Expanding the authority of motor carrier inspectors - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2125.  By Del. Caputo - Giving the Insurance Commissioner the power to regulate and penalize self-insured employers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2126.  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 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2127.  By Del. Caputo - Providing for career development and establishing a pay scale for Alcohol Beverage Commission inspectors, enforcement agents and supervisors - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

*2128.  By Del. Caputo - Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/18/2019

 

 2129.  By Del. Caputo - Prohibiting the use of a credit score in casualty insurance rate filings - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2130.  By Del. Caputo and Pyles - Establishing seniority rights for public employees (original similar to HB2650) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2131.  By Del. Caputo - Establishing the Legislative Oversight Commission on Energy Workers Safety - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2132.  By Del. Caputo - Increasing the amount of annual and incremental salary increases for eligible state employees - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2133.  By Del. Caputo - Creating an additional magistrate court deputy clerk position for Marion County - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2134.  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 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2135.  By Del. Caputo - Requiring the Superintendent of the State Police to implement a plan to increase the number of troopers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2136.  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 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2137.  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 1/9/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2138.  By Del. Fleischauer - Prohibiting blasting within six hundred twenty-five feet of an occupied dwelling - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2139.  By Del. Caputo - Allowing quarterly payment of real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2140.  By Del. Caputo - Providing a ten percent discount to residents at state parks and forests - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2141.  By Del. Caputo - Providing for the use of neck braces by football players - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2142.  By Del. Howell - Issuing identification documents to homeless individuals residing at homeless shelters - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2143.  By Del. Howell - West Virginia Firearms Freedom Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2144.  By Del. Shott - Relating to debarment of vendors seeking to provide goods and services to the state and its subdivisions - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2145.  By Del. Westfall - Relating to payment by paper warrant - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2146.  By Del. Rowe - Creating a loan tuition forgiveness program to encourage students in selected and necessary fields to remain in the state (original similar to HB2339) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2147.  By Del. Bates and Wilson - Limiting pay of members of the Legislature when a budget bill has not been passed (original similar to HB2172, SB263) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2148.  By Del. Summers - Requiring recycling of metal if cost effective - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2149.  By Del. Lovejoy - Relating to the Farm-To-Food Bank Tax Credit - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2150.  By Del. Cooper - Providing a fee discount for certain nonresident hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for native nonresidents - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2151.  By Del. Cooper - Relating to the beginning and expiration of hunting and fishing licenses - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2152.  By Del. Sponaugle - Permitting teachers under the State Teachers Retirement System to teach college level courses without loss of benefits - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Education

 

 2153.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to social determinants of health (original similar to SB573) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2154.  By Del. Rowe - Creating a litigation practice license for social workers (original similar to SB581) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2155.  By Del. Bates - Relating to Capitol Complex security access - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2156.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Creating a tax credit for improving facades in historic districts - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance

 

 2157.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Relating to the right of municipalities and counties to buy real estate for delinquent taxes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2158.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to alternate sentencing for nonviolent felony offenders - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2159.  By Del. Rowe - Requiring paving contracts for state highways to have special requirements to prevent potholes - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2160.  By Del. Rowe - Economic and Community Development Task Force - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2161.  By Del. Rowan - Prohibiting sexual offenders from residing within one thousand feet of a school or childcare facility - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2162.  By Del. Rohrbach - West Virginia Native American Tribes Unique Recognition, Authentication and Listing Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2163.  By Del. Pushkin - Relating to consumer protection of new manufactured home warranties - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2164.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Canestraro, Fleischauer and Wilson - Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right (original similar to HB2352) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/16/2019 - To Senate 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2165.  By Del. Miller - Relating to custody and disposal of seized controlled substances and drugs - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2166.  By Del. Howell and Kelly, J. - Prohibiting employees of the state who have convictions for driving under the influence from driving or operating state owned vehicle - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2167.  By Del. Miller and Canestraro - Authorizing the prosecuting attorney to issue a subpoena duces tecum for certain documents - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2168.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Canestraro and Lovejoy - Authorizing a temporary foreign brewers import license - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2169.  By Del. McGeehan, Sponaugle, Brown, S., Thompson, C. and Wilson - Allowing a group of affiliated voters to become a recognized political party under certain criteria (original similar to SB437) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2170.  By Del. McGeehan - Right to keep and bear arms - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2171.  By Del. Miley - Increasing frequency of the State Police updating the state sex offender registry - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2172.  By Del. Miley - Limiting the number of days members of the Legislature may receive compensation during an extended and extraordinary session (original similar to HB2147, SB263) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2173.  By Del. Canestraro, Miller and Lovejoy - Allowing state and federal law-enforcement officers to testify as to the contents and evidence of a wiretap or electronic surveillance - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Tabled on 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/14/2019

 

 2174.  By Del. Canestraro - Relating to the placement of juvenile status offenders - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2176.  By Del. Fluharty - 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 (original similar to HB2052) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2177.  By Del. Fluharty - Relating to drug testing of legislators (original similar to SB85) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2178.  By Del. Fluharty and Canestraro - Legalizing interactive gaming - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2179.  By Del. Howell - Allowing nonmembers of a political party to request that party’s partisan ballot at a primary election - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2180.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles and Rohrbach - Relating to the Consumer Credit and Protection Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2181.  By Del. Howell and Kelly, J. - Prohibiting lobbying by certified candidates for a seat in the West Virginia Legislature - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2182.  By Del. Howell and Kelly, J. - Prohibiting certain persons from operating state-owned vehicles - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2183.  By Del. Shott, Steele, Harshbarger and Wilson - Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2184.  By Del. Westfall - Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played (original similar to SB27) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/14/2019

 

 2185.  By Del. Westfall, Harshbarger, Byrd, Lovejoy, Capito, Zukoff, Fluharty, Pushkin, Fleischauer and Rohrbach - Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/18/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2186.  By Del. Foster - Authorizing a medical power of attorney representative to sign a binding arbitration agreement - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2187.  By Del. Sponaugle - Requiring that lien releases filed with county clerk’s office include the Deed of Trust Book and page numbers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2188.  By Del. Sponaugle and Miley - Nullifying certain adoption orders - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2189.  By Del. Shott - Relating generally to the disclosure of certain confidential information - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2190.  By Del. Shott, Fleischauer, Kelly, D., Wilson, Pushkin and Fluharty - Modifying bail requirements - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/21/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2191.  By Del. Westfall, Espinosa and Barrett - Relating generally to limited video lottery - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/2019 - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 2192.  By Del. Cooper - Requiring pawnbrokers to providing certain information to law-enforcement agencies (original similar to HB2199) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2193.  By Del. Shott - Providing a specific escheat of US savings bonds - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2194.  By Del. Pushkin - Creating a domestic violence registry - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2195.  By Del. Shott and Fast - Creating the West Virginia Sentencing Commission - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2196.  By Del. Byrd - Creating a felony penalty of life without mercy for the first degree murder of a law-enforcement officer - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2197.  By Del. Foster and Porterfield - Increasing the salaries of circuit court judges, family court judges, and magistrates (original similar to SB353) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2198.  By Del. Fast - Relating to pyramid promotional schemes (original similar to SB104) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2199.  By Del. Cooper and Miller - Requiring pawnbrokers to providing certain information to law-enforcement agencies (original similar to HB2192) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2200.  By Del. Rowan, Kelly, J., Pyles, Rohrbach and Lovejoy - Prohibiting a person appointed agent under a power of attorney from exerting undue influence over the principal - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2201.  By Del. Sponaugle and Ellington - Relating to personal income taxes - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance

 

 2202.  By Del. Foster - Relating to net metering - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2203.  By Del. Foster, Jennings, Cowles and Porterfield - West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

*2204.  By Del. Foster, Fast, Phillips, Waxman and Wilson - Prohibiting state licensing boards from hiring lobbyists - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/15/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2205.  By Del. Rowan and Kelly, J. - Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s expressive and receptive language acquisition (original similar to SB299) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Education

 

 2206.  By Del. Westfall and Rohrbach - Transitioning foster children into managed care (original similar to HB2437) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2207.  By Del. Cooper - Requiring that a state employee with a commercial driver’s license have a current medical evaluation certification - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2208.  By Del. Sponaugle and Lovejoy - Reducing federal adjusted gross income for volunteer fire department and rescue squad members - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 2209.  By Del. Howell, Shott and Foster - Allowing military veterans who meet certain qualifications to qualify for examination for license as an emergency medical technician - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Health and Human Resources - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Military

 

 2210.  By Del. Howell and Rohrbach - Relating to the criminal offense of therapeutic deception - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2211.  By Del. Wilson - Budget and Spending Transparency Act - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2212.  By Del. Fast, Rowan and Porterfield - Requiring bail bondsman and bail bond enforcer be subject to random drug testing - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2213.  By Del. Wilson - Mountain State Employee Compensation Realignment Act - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance

 

 2214.  By Del. Rohrbach and Pyles - Requiring applicants for new and renewed drivers’ licenses to be asked if they desire to be organ donors - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Health and Human Resources

 

 2215.  By Del. Sypolt and Rowan - Making it a felony to knowingly expose another individual to HIV - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2216.  By Del. Fast and Porterfield - Defining the term minor boundary adjustment - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2217.  By Del. Fast and Porterfield - Requiring all local special elections to be held on the days and hours of general, primary or state-wide elections - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2218.  By Del. Fast - Modifying the definition of child abuse or neglect to exclude accidental injury - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary

 

 2219.  By Del. Byrd, Shott, Harshbarger, Robinson, Walker, Rowe, Hansen and Cowles - Authorizing certain motor vehicle manufacturers to operate as new car dealers - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2220.  By Del. Criss, Pack and Rowan - Exempting percentages of social security benefits from personal income tax for certain taxpayers (original similar to HB2001) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance

 

 2221.  By Del. Barrett - Reducing the cost of the fee for a state license to carry a concealed weapon - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance

 

 2222.  By Del. Barrett and Canestraro - Requiring the Insurance Commissioner to regulate professional bondsmen - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2223.  By Del. Pushkin - 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 1/10/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019

 

 2224.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Rowan, Longstreth and Lovejoy - Relating to insurance coverage for breast cancer screening - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2225.  By Del. Byrd - Providing a tax credit for first time home buyers - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance

 

 2226.  By Del. Byrd - Providing taxpayers repaying their own student loans a modification reducing federal adjusted gross in the amount of the interest paid - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2227.  By Del. Rowan and Rohrbach - Nondiscrimination in Involuntary Denial of Treatment Act (original similar to HB2493, SB307) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2228.  By Del. Shott - Allowing counties and municipalities to levy a sales tax on food and beverages sold at restaurants - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

*2229.  By Del. Shott - Adding violations of law upon which a public servant’s retirement plan may be forfeited - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2230.  By Del. Pyles - Exempting from personal income tax the entirety of any income received under the federal Social Security system for certain persons - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2231.  By Del. Foster - Department of Administration, Purchasing Division (original similar to SB157) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2232.  By Del. Foster - Department of Agriculture, Farm to Food Bank Tax Credit (original similar to SB195) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2233.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Ambient Air Quality Standards (original similar to SB160) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2234.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources (original similar to SB161) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2235.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Control of Air Pollution from Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities (original similar to SB162) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2236.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (original similar to SB163) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2237.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Requirements for Determining Conformity of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded, or Approved (original similar to SB164) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2238.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Provisions for Determination of Compliance with Air Quality Management Rules (original similar to SB165) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2239.  By Del. Foster - DEP, Air Quality Board, Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (original similar to SB166) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2240.  By Del. Foster - Fire Commission, State Building Code (original similar to SB177) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2241.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, Newborn Screening System (original similar to SB172) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2242.  By Del. Foster - Health and Human Resources, Chronic Pain Management Clinic Licensure (original similar to SB174) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2243.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to collection and exchange of data related to overdoses (original similar to SB175) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2244.  By Del. Foster - Health Care Authority, rule relating to cooperative agreement approval and compliance (original similar to SB176) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2245.  By Del. Foster - Division of Highways, rule relating to employment procedures (original similar to SB190) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2246.  By Del. Foster - Division of Labor, rule relating to wage payment and collection (original similar to SB223) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2247.  By Del. Foster - Division of Labor, rule relating to regulation of heating, ventilating, and cooling work (original similar to SB225) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2248.  By Del. Foster - Board of Medicine, rule relating to licensing and disciplinary procedures: physicians; podiatric physicians and surgeons (original similar to SB201) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2249.  By Del. Foster - Board of Medicine, rule relating to permitting and disciplinary procedures: educational permits for graduate medical interns, residents, and fellows (original similar to SB202) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2250.  By Del. Foster - Office of Miners' Health, Safety, and Training, rules and regulations governing the safety of those employed in and around surface mines (original similar to SB226) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2251.  By Del. Foster - Office of Miners' Health, Safety, and Training, rules and regulations governing the submission and approval of a comprehensive mine safety program (original similar to SB227) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2252.  By Del. Foster - Office of Miners' Health, Safety, and Training, rules for operating diesel equipment in underground mines (original similar to SB228) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2253.  By Del. Foster - Board of Osteopathic Medicine, rule relating to licensing procedures for osteopathic physicians (original similar to SB203) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2254.  By Del. Foster - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to licensure and practice of pharmacy (original similar to SB204) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2255.  By Del. Foster - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to board of pharmacy rules for registration of pharmacy technicians (original similar to SB205) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2256.  By Del. Foster - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to regulations governing pharmacy permits (original similar to SB206) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2257.  By Del. Foster - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to regulations governing pharmacists (original similar to SB207) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2258.  By Del. Foster - Board of Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to advanced practice registered nurse (original similar to SB212) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2259.  By Del. Foster - Secretary of State, filing and formatting rules and related documents and other documents for publication in the State Register (original similar to SB216) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2260.  By Del. Foster - Secretary of State, rule relating to loan and grant programs under the Help America Vote Act (original similar to SB217) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2261.  By Del. Foster - Secretary of State, rule relating to early voting in-person satellite precincts (original similar to SB218) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2262.  By Del. Foster - Secretary of State, rule relating to notaries public (original similar to SB219) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2263.  By Del. Foster - Board of Social Work, rule relating to code of ethics (original similar to SB221) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2264.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to aircraft operated under a fractional ownership program (original similar to SB181) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2265.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to senior citizen tax credit for property taxes paid (original similar to SB182) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2266.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to administration of tax on purchases of wine and liquor inside and outside of municipalities (original similar to SB183) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2267.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to exchange of information agreement between Tax Division and Division of Environmental Protection (original similar to SB184) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2268.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to exchange of information agreement between the State Tax Division and the Alcohol Beverage Control Administration (original similar to SB185) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2269.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to exchange of information pursuant to written agreement (original similar to SB186) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2270.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to exchange of information agreements (original similar to SB187) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2271.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, legislative rule relating to exchange of information agreement (original similar to SB188) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2272.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to exchange of information agreement between the State Tax Department and the Office of the State Fire Marshal (original similar to SB189) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2273.  By Del. Foster - Department of Administration, rule relating to state-owned vehicles (original similar to SB158) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2274.  By Del. Foster - Department of Administration, rule relating to leasing of space and acquisition of real property on behalf of state spending units (original similar to SB159) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2275.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to animal disease control (original similar to SB191) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2276.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to industrial hemp (original similar to SB192) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2277.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to rural rehabilitation loan program (original similar to SB193) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2278.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to captive cervid farming (original similar to SB194) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2279.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to agritourism (original similar to SB196) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2280.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to farmers markets (original similar to SB197) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2281.  By Del. Foster - Commissioner of Agriculture, rule relating to seed certification program (original similar to SB198) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2282.  By Del. Foster - Relating to administrative rules of the West Virginia State Athletic Commission (original similar to SB199) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2283.  By Del. Foster - Department of Environmental Protection, rule relating to requirements governing water quality standards (original similar to SB167) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2284.  By Del. Foster - Board of Licensed Dietitians, rule relating to licensure and renewal requirements (original similar to SB200) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2285.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to behavioral health centers licensure (original similar to SB168) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2286.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to assisted living residences (original similar to SB169) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2287.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to food establishments (original similar to SB170) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2288.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to food manufacturing facilities (original similar to SB171) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2289.  By Del. Foster - Department of Health and Human Resources, rule relating to medication-assisted treatment-office-based medication-assisted treatment (original similar to SB173) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2290.  By Del. Foster - Division of Labor, rule relating to child labor (original similar to SB224) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2291.  By Del. Foster - Lottery Commission, rule relating to West Virginia Lottery sports wagering rule (original similar to SB178) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2292.  By Del. Foster - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to commercial whitewater outfitters (original similar to SB229) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2293.  By Del. Foster - Division of Natural Resources, rule relating to rules for Cabwaylingo State Forest trail system two- year pilot project permitting ATVs and ORVs (original similar to SB230) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2294.  By Del. Foster - Board of Pharmacy, rule relating to rules for the substitution of biological pharmaceuticals (original similar to SB208) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2295.  By Del. Foster - Racing Commission, rule relating to thoroughbred racing (original similar to SB179) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2296.  By Del. Foster - Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board (original similar to SB209) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2297.  By Del. Foster - Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to policies, standards, and criteria for the evaluation and accreditation of colleges, or schools of nursing (original similar to SB210) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2298.  By Del. Foster - Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to requirements for registration and licensure (original similar to SB211) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2299.  By Del. Foster - Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to standards for scope of professional nursing practice (original similar to SB213) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2300.  By Del. Foster - Board of Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to fees for services rendered by the board (original similar to SB214) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2301.  By Del. Foster - Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses, rule relating to dialysis technicians (original similar to SB215) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2302.  By Del. Foster - Board of Social Work, rule relating to qualifications for the profession of social work (original similar to SB220) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2303.  By Del. Foster - State Tax Department, rule relating to payment of taxes by electronic funds transfer (original similar to SB180) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2304.  By Del. Foster - Treasurer's Office, rule relating to reporting and claiming unknown and unlocatable interest owners reserved interests (original similar to SB222) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2305.  By Del. Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Foster, Pack, Maynard, Butler, Paynter, Graves, Linville, Malcolm and Steele - Relating to the authority of municipalities to restrict firearm possession (original similar to SB355) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2306.  By Del. Storch and Pyles - Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2307.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to creating a provisional license for practicing barbering and cosmetology - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/18/2019 - To Senate 1/21/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 2308.  By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, S., Graves, Longstreth, Pyles, Walker, Rowan, Fluharty, Sypolt, Storch and Summers - Katherine Johnson Fair Pay Act of 2019 (original similar to SB412) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2309.  By Del. Sponaugle - Allowing municipalities to cancel elections when only one person is running - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019

 

 2310.  By Del. Sponaugle - Repealing the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2311.  By Del. Howell - Exempting short-term license holders to submit information to the State Tax Commission once the term of the permit has expired - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 1/21/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/22/2019

 

 2312.  By Del. Sponaugle - Authorizing county commissions to initiate collection actions for emergency ambulance service - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 2313.  By Del. Sponaugle and Miley - Relating to adoption records (original similar to SB300) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2314.  By Del. Foster and Higginbotham - Limiting the maximum number of appointees to certain county and municipal bodies - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2315.  By Del. Foster - Requiring a warning light to be erected on certain roads to warn of a traffic light ahead - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2316.  By Del. Westfall and Higginbotham - Relating to municipal home rule - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2317.  By Del. Rohrbach, Rowan and Fast - Requiring the release of an unemancipated minor's medical records for drug testing - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2318.  By Del. Rohrbach and Lovejoy - Changing the persons responsible for the taxes on soft drinks and soft drink syrups - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2319.  By Del. Bates and Longstreth - Creating a state-administered wholesale drug importation program (original similar to HB2428) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/16/2019

 

 2320.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Establishing a special memorial day to be known as Juneteenth honoring human rights and the end of slavery in the United States - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2321.  By Del. Lovejoy, Miller, Canestraro, Rohrbach, Brown, N., Wilson, Robinson, Byrd, Maynard, Hornbuckle and Angelucci - Allowing workers’ compensation benefits for first responders diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (original similar to SB114) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/2019

 

 2322.  By Del. Cooper and Rowan - Providing a salary increase for special education teachers - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2323.  By Del. Rowe, Rohrbach and Lavender-Bowe - Raising the legal age for purchase of tobacco and tobacco products - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*2324.  By Del. Summers and Pushkin - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/18/2019 - Amended - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019

 

 2325.  By Del. Lovejoy and Canestraro - Relating to net neutrality for state government - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2326.  By Del. Summers and Rohrbach - Permitting local boards of health to combine without approval from the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources

 

 2327.  By Del. Lovejoy, Canestraro and Rohrbach - Relating to public school education in dating violence, domestic abuse and sexual violence prevention - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2328.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Relating to designation of social workers in the Department of Health and Human Services (original similar to SB589) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2329.  By Del. Lovejoy - Providing a special license plate for pollinators - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*2330.  By Del. Howell, Shott and Porterfield - 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 1/11/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/23/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Military then Government Organization - To Military 2/13/2019

 

 2331.  By Del. Bates, Caputo, Lavender-Bowe, Williams, Fluharty, Pushkin, Barrett, Sponaugle, Robinson, Byrd and Hornbuckle - Relating to legalizing cannabis production, sales and adult consumption - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance

 

 2332.  By Del. Paynter - Relating to insurance unfair trade practices - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2333.  By Del. Caputo - Relating to career progression of members of the State Police - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2334.  By Del. Fleischauer and Pushkin - Establishing an industrial water extraction fee - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2335.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Caputo and Longstreth - Family Protection Act - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2336.  By Del. Fleischauer, Miller, Longstreth, Lavender-Bowe and Walker - Relating to the state’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Intellectual/Developmental Disability Waiver - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2337.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles and Longstreth - Assessing the health impact of any new, or modification to, rule proposed by the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*2338.  By Del. Howell and Porterfield - Allowing the owner of an antique military vehicle to display alternate registration insignia - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/31/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 2339.  By Del. Fluharty and Miley - Establishing the “Stay in State” tax credit (original similar to HB2146) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2340.  By Del. Rohrbach and Lovejoy - West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2341.  By Del. Fleischauer, Angelucci, Hansen, Walker, Rowe, Estep-Burton, Rohrbach, Diserio and Pushkin - West Virginia Residential Furniture and Children's Products Flame Retardants Act - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2342.  By Del. Howell and Hanna - Taxation With Representation Act (original similar to SB473) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2343.  By Del. Rohrbach - Permitting inspectors working within the Division of Dealer Services of the Division of Motor Vehicles to carry a concealed weapon on duty - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2344.  By Del. Rowan, Pyles, Rohrbach and Lovejoy - Livable Home Tax Credit - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Seniors, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2345.  By Del. Rowan, Kelly, J. and Rohrbach - Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s receptive and expressive language - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*2346.  By Del. Howell and Higginbotham - Changing the licensing requirement for certain casino employees - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/25/2019

 

 2347.  By Del. Jennings and Rowan - Providing long-term care and substance abuse treatment (original similar to SB50) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/2019

 

 2348.  By Del. Miley and Lovejoy - Authorizing magistrates to order emergency removal of child when parent’s drug use creates unsafe environment - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary

 

 2349.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pethtel and Pyles - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age or sexual orientation (original similar to SB116) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2350.  By Del. Thompson, R. - Permitting public employees the right to collectively bargain - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2351.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Rohrbach, Rowan, Summers, Thompson, C., Walker, Staggers, Atkinson and Angelucci (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to regulating prior authorizations - Introduced 1/11/2019 - Passed House 1/16/2019 - To Senate 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/30/2019 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 2/5/2019 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 2/8/2019 - House refused to recede and requested conference 2/11/2019 - To conference 2/12/2019 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 2/19/2019 - Effective from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2352.  By Del. Shott, Cadle, Higginbotham, Espinosa, Waxman and Porterfield - Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right (original similar to HB2164) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2353.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Allowing purchase of hardware items and equipment for state-wide road system from a local seller rather than the holder of a state contract - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

 2354.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Creating a provisional license to practice in this state by an applicant with an expired license from another state - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2355.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Limiting the continuous operation of a vehicle in the left lane - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2356.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Requiring each executive branch agency to maintain a website that contains certain information - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2357.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Right to Repair Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2358.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Intrastate Coal and Use Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

*2359.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to exemptions to the commercial driver's license requirements - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/31/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*2360.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Placing the Athletic Commission under the Lottery Commission - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/25/2019

 

 2361.  By Del. Skaff, Canestraro, Robinson, Byrd, Miley, Hartman, Westfall, Ellington and Porterfield - Establishing certain requirements for dental insurance (original similar to HB2754, SB262) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2019

 

*2362.  By Del. Miller, Shott, Campbell, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Maynard, Hornbuckle, Summers and Robinson - Ardala Miller Memorial Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/22/2019 - To Senate 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2363.  By Del. Staggers, Angelucci, Kessinger, Fast, Skaff and Robinson - Relating to the Upper Kanawha Valley Resiliency and Revitalization Program (original similar to SB151) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Education - To House Education 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Education then Government Organization - To Education 2/7/2019

 

 2364.  By Del. Pack, Hill, Kessinger, Graves, Steele, Higginbotham, Linville, Maynard, Sypolt, Cadle and Foster - Relating to the underbilling of customers by public utilities - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2365.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Linville, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Shott, Summers, Kessinger and Cadle - Clarifying the definition of an employee for the purposes of unemployment compensation and workers’ compensation - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2366.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) [By Request of the Executive] - West Virginia Appellate Review Reorganization Act of 2019 (original similar to SB266) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2367.  By Del. Miley and Caputo - Creating a state program allowing high school students advance to getting a college degree or technical training while in high school - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2368.  By Del. Pushkin - Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2369.  By Del. Howell - Creating a special motor vehicle collector license plate - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2370.  By Del. McGeehan and Kump - Exempting personal income earned by individuals working as teachers at primary and secondary schools from personal income tax - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2371.  By Del. McGeehan - Abolishing the Personal Income Tax - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Finance

 

 2372.  By Del. McGeehan - Continuing personal income tax adjustment to gross income of certain retirees receiving pensions from defined pension plans - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2373.  By Del. McGeehan - Streamlining the process of abandoned mineral interests - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2374.  By Del. McGeehan, Kelly, J. and Kump - Discontinuing the use of common core standards and assessments in the state - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education

 

 2375.  By Del. McGeehan and Kump - Save the Hospitals Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2376.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Relating to the legalization of marijuana - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2377.  By Del. Cooper, Nelson  and Westfall - Making Promise scholarships available for students pursuing certificates or degrees through an accredited community and technical college - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2378.  By Del. Espinosa, Westfall and Lavender-Bowe - Relating generally to grounds for revocation of a teaching certificate - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

 2379.  By Del. Espinosa and Higginbotham - Relating to limitations on the use of wages and agency shop fees by employers and labor organization for political activities - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2380.  By Del. Fleischauer - Protecting consumers from surprise bills by health care providers - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2381.  By Del. Hornbuckle and Rohrbach - 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 1/14/2019 - To Education then Government Organization

 

 2382.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Miller, Canestraro and Lovejoy - Making it a misdemeanor for a person to knowingly allow a felony drug offense to be committed on his or her property - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2383.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Rohrbach, Thompson, R. and Lovejoy - Creating a pilot program for expansion of school-based mental health and school-based diversion - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Education

 

 2384.  By Del. Paynter - Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2385.  By Del. Atkinson and Jennings - Providing limited prescriptive authority to a licensed psychologist who meets certain criteria - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2386.  By Del. Fleischauer - School Consolidation Task Force - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Education

 

 2387.  By Del. Boggs, Caputo and Miley - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to verify legal employment status of contractors and vendor’s employees for certain road and bridge contracts - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2388.  By Del. Maynard and Jennings - Relating to property exempt from taxation for military and veterans who have been honorably discharged - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2389.  By Del. Storch and Pyles - Model Veterans Treatment Court Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

 

 2390.  By Del. Cowles - Exempting from certain contract and common carrier laws motor vehicles used exclusively in the transportation of railroad personnel - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2019

 

 2391.  By Del. Dean and Thompson, R. - Requiring school counselors in public schools to spend 100 percent of their time on comprehensive school counseling programs - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education

 

*2392.  By Del. Hartman and Caputo - Allowing the Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner to issue special one-day licenses for charitable events - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2393.  By Del. Dean, Rowan, Thompson, R. and Brown, N. - Fixing the premium cost sharing at no less than 80 percent for the employer and no more than 20 percent for the employee - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2394.  By Del. Fleischauer and Fast - Requiring licensees authorized to serve alcoholic liquors or nonintoxicating beer to have certain liability insurance coverage - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2395.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Providing school days to register and transport students to vote (original similar to HB3006) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2396.  By Del. Thompson, R. and Lovejoy - West Virginia Fresh Food Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/23/2019

 

 2397.  By Del. Atkinson, Kelly, J., Miller, Cooper, Rohrbach, Mandt and Hollen - Requiring county school boards to provide adequate mental health and counseling services - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Education - To House Education 2/1/2019

 

 2398.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cooper, Thompson, R. and Porterfield - Exempting all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles used as farm equipment from the sales tax - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/23/2019

 

 2399.  By Del. Rohrbach and Summers - Relating to regulating prior authorizations - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2400.  By Del. Westfall, Nelson  and Williams - Eliminating taxation on annuity considerations collected and received by a life insurer (original similar to SB30) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2401.  By Del. Criss, Pyles, Higginbotham and Hanna - Licensing the practice of athletic training (original similar to SB60) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2402.  By Del. McGeehan, Shott and Kump - Exempting social security benefits from personal income tax (original similar to HB2529) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Finance

 

 2403.  By Del. McGeehan - Exempting firefighters and volunteer firefighters from payment of income and real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 2404.  By Del. Caputo - Providing an increase in compensation for natural resources police officers (original similar to HB2442) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*2405.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Hollen, Rohrbach, Pushkin, Walker and Fleischauer - Imposing a healthcare related provider tax on certain health care organizations - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/13/2019

 

 2406.  By Del. Cooper, Pack, Higginbotham, Kump and Cadle - Exempting persons with valid religious objections from having their photographs taken and placed on government licenses - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2407.  By Del. Hill and Wilson - Relating to registered professional nurses - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2408.  By Del. Byrd and Capito - Requiring hospitals and birthing centers to also test newborn infants for spinal muscular atrophy - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2409.  By Del. Lovejoy, Linville, Hornbuckle, Miller, Pethtel, Worrell, Mandt, Williams, Rohrbach and Canestraro - Preserving previously approved pensions awarded through the state Municipal Policemen’s or Municipal Firemen’s Pension and Relief Funds (original similar to SB316) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2410.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Requiring county commissions to maintain websites with specific information that is available to the public at no charge - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2411.  By Del. Maynard, Azinger, Cooper, Jennings, Lovejoy, Miller, Sponaugle and Sypolt - Relating to accounting for the use of funds from state grants and from formula distributions to volunteer and part-volunteer fire departments (original similar to SB274) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019

 

 2412.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Bates, Miley, Nelson, Shott and Wilson - Relating to criminal acts concerning government procurement of commodities and services (original similar to SB271) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2413.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and 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 SB269) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Finance

 

 2414.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and 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 SB268) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Finance

 

 2415.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring the State Board of Education to adopt a policy detailing the appropriate level of computer science instruction (original similar to SB267) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/21/2019 - Tabled on 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/11/2019

 

 2416.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the use of state owned rights-of-way (original similar to SB270) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2417.  By Del. Foster and Higginbotham - Clarifying that a vehicle may not be backed into a public street or highway unless it does not interfere with other traffic - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2418.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Rowan, Fast, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Summers, Kessinger and Cadle - Including family court judges in the Judges’ Retirement System - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2419.  By Del. Shott, Householder and Summers - Relating to the authorization to release a defendant or a person arrested upon his or her own recognizance - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2420.  By Del. Summers, Caputo, Pethtel, Pyles, Miley, Howell, Sypolt, Jennings and Phillips - Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To House Government Organization 1/15/2019 - To House Government Organization 1/15/2019 - Passed House 2/5/2019 - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - To Economic Development 2/6/2019

 

 2421.  By Del. Summers, Kump and Westfall - Establishing a minimum monthly retirement annuity of $750 for certain retirants (original similar to SB341) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*2422.  By Del. Summers - Relating to the time for the observation of “Celebrate Freedom Week” - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Education

 

*2423.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Linville, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Kessinger, Porterfield, Fleischauer and Staggers - Prohibiting certain sex offenders from being in a supervisory position over children - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2424.  By Del. Staggers, Thompson, C. and Brown, S. - Changing the name of the Health Care Authority to the Health Care Cost Review Authority - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 2425.  By Del. Martin, C., Hamrick, Butler, Hanna, Maynard and Fast - Defining a work day for school service personnel and removing a provision relating to employment of licensed practical nurses - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education

 

 2426.  By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Boggs, Miller, Fluharty, Hartman, Miley and Swartzmiller - Giving local authorities the authority to decrease the speed limit on streets and highways where school buses travel in its jurisdiction - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2427.  By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Boggs, Miller, Campbell, Sponaugle, Hartman, Miley and Swartzmiller - Paying a monthly allotment to certain veterans - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2428.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Pack, Dean, Atkinson, Wilson, Bates, Fleischauer, Staggers and Pushkin - Creating a state administered wholesale drug importation program (original similar to HB2319) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2429.  By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan and Cooper - Creating the Vehicle Registration Scofflaw Elimination Program - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2430.  By Del. Kump, Householder and McGeehan - Prohibiting forcing currently owner-occupied residences to be required to participate in a public sewer or public water system - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2431.  By Del. Kump and Householder - Relating to eligibility in the Public Employees Retirement System for those newly elected or appointed members of the State Legislature - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary

 

 2432.  By Del. Kump and Householder - Electing members of county school boards on a nonpartisan basis in general elections - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

*2433.  By Del. Kelly, J., Cooper, Waxman, Atkinson, Wilson, Steele, Dean, Campbell, Kelly, D., Hanna and Fast - Modifying the school calendar to begin not earlier than Labor Day and end prior to Memorial Day (original similar to HB2826) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2434.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Bates, Miley, Nelson and Shott - Relating to the Commission on Special Investigations (original similar to SB272, SB71) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2435.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Shott, Nelson, Miley, Bates and Wilson - Authorizing Attorney General to prosecute violations of state criminal law recommended by the Commission on Special Investigations - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - House rejected 1/25/2019

 

 2436.  By Del. Capito - Relating to diseases in newborn children - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2437.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Hill, Pack, Atkinson, Worrell, Jeffries, D. and Hollen - Relating to transitioning foster children into managed care (original similar to HB2206) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2438.  By Del. Hartman and Harshbarger - Relating generally to survivor benefits for emergency response providers (original similar to SB291) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019

 

*2439.  By Del. Maynard, Azinger, Cooper, Jennings, Lovejoy, Miller, Sponaugle and Sypolt - Relating to fire service equipment and training funds for volunteer and part-volunteer fire companies (original similar to SB292) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2440.  By Del. Hollen - Granting a veteran with a hundred percent service-connected disability a $10,000 exemption from the assessed value for one vehicle - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

*2441.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Steele, Kessinger, Howell, Fast, Cadle, Cowles and Jennings - Removing certain requirements related to wages for construction of public improvements - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/2019 - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2442.  By Del. Caputo - Increasing compensation for conservation officers (original similar to HB2404) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2443.  By Del. Pack and Cooper - Granting the West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses the sole authority for the accreditation of nursing schools - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2444.  By Del. Canestraro - Prosecuting Attorney’s Detectives Act (original similar to SB248) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2445.  By Del. Pushkin, Kump and Lovejoy - Creating the Independent Redistricting Commission of the Joint Committee on Government and Finance - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2446.  By Del. Hollen, Steele and Mandt - Blue Alert Plan - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 2447.  By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan, Cooper and Porterfield - Exempting certain kindergartens, preschools and school education programs that are operated by a private school from state licensure requirements - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2448.  By Del. Robinson, Dean, Martin, P., Rohrbach, Campbell, Cooper, Pack, Atkinson, Miller, Canestraro and Lovejoy - Middle School Technical Education Program Act - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2449.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - WV Invests Grant Program (original similar to SB313) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2450.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Increasing access to career education and workforce training (original similar to SB265) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2451.  By Del. Rowe and Pyles - Katherine Johnson Hope Scholarship Act - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*2452.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Creating the West Virginia Cybersecurity Office (original similar to SB314) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019 - To House Finance 2/1/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2453.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to eligibility for parole - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2454.  By Del. Rowe, Estep-Burton, Robinson and Pyles - Allowing low income senior citizens to receive certain tax credits without filing a state income tax return - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2455.  By Del. Paynter, Dean, Maynard, Cooper, Martin, C., McGeehan, Linville, Campbell, Storch, Thompson, R. and Cadle - Redirecting excise tax revenue on bottled soft drinks from West Virginia University schools to the Public Employees Insurance Agency - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2456.  By Del. Kump, McGeehan and Wilson - Relating to the definition of a political party for all state and local elections - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2457.  By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan and Cooper - Educational Equality Act - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2458.  By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan, Cooper and Malcolm - Providing that West Virginia will not participate in the REAL ID Act of 2005 - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2459.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Kessinger, Mandt, Fleischauer, Pushkin, Byrd, Robinson, Brown, S. and Lovejoy - Exercising authority to exempt individuals domiciled within the state from certain restrictions contained in federal law - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/12/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/20/2019

 

 2460.  By Del. Williams, Lovejoy and Pyles - Creating a statutory right to petition circuit and family courts for sibling visitation - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary

 

 2461.  By Del. Williams, Byrd and Pyles - Relating to cruelty to animals - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2462.  By Del. Hollen, Canestraro, Kelly, D., Foster, Fast, Harshbarger and Mandt - Issuing a certificate to correctional employees to carry firearms (original similar to SB337) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 2463.  By Del. Williams and Pyles - Increasing the minimum wage based upon increases in the consumer price index - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2464.  By Del. Williams, Thompson, C., Storch, Maynard, Walker, Brown, S., Lavender-Bowe, Lovejoy and Pyles - Requiring free feminine hygiene products in grades 6 through 12 (original similar to SB86) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2465.  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 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2466.  By Del. Pack, Steele, Graves, Worrell, Howell, Paynter, Caputo and Martin, C. - Providing for state employees to drive veterans to and from certain appointments - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 2467.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to permitting nonresidents to obtain state licenses to carry a concealed deadly weapon - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2468.  By Del. Cooper, Hartman, Thompson, R. and Westfall - Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements Fund (original similar to HB2475, SB323, SB385) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/23/2019 - Tabled on 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/13/2019

 

 2470.  By Del. Foster, Kessinger, Waxman, Storch, Dean, Fast, Miller, Hamrick, Hanna, Hornbuckle and Higginbotham - Allowing public school education or employer-sponsored training programs to count towards occupational certification and/or licensure - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Education - To House Education 1/23/2019

 

 2471.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Increasing criminal penalties for impersonation of law-enforcement officers or officials - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2472.  By Del. Linville, Householder, Lovejoy, Graves, Higginbotham, Summers, Skaff, Maynard, Jeffries, J., Hornbuckle and Jennings - Providing a special license plate for pollinators - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 2473.  By Del. Pushkin and Hornbuckle - Prohibiting the private ownership or operation of a prison - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2474.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Criss, Jeffries, D., Hamrick, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to a reserving methodology for health insurance and annuity contracts - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2475.  By Del. Westfall, Queen, Jeffries, D., Hott, Graves, Malcolm, Atkinson, Cooper, Higginbotham and Sypolt - Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements Fund (original similar to HB2468, SB385) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*2476.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Hott, Jeffries, D., Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the valuation of a motor vehicle involved in an insurance claim - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

 2477.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Shott, Kelly, D. and Householder - Establishing different rates of taxation for tobacco products for certain border counties - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance

 

 2478.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Lovejoy, Mandt and Rohrbach - Modifying the Fair Trade Practices Act - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2479.  By Del. Jeffries, D., Westfall, Hott, Azinger, Graves, Sypolt, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Act - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2480.  By Del. Hott, Westfall, Azinger, Jeffries, D., Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the regulation of an internationally active insurance group - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

*2481.  By Del. Steele, Foster, Kessinger, Pushkin, Barrett and Pyles - Permitting retail sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays after 1 p.m. - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/7/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/18/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/19/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2482.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the reorganization of state agencies involved in emergency and disaster planning (original similar to SB326) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2483.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to incentives for mathematics teachers (original similar to SB327) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2484.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pethtel, Williams, Pyles, Hansen, Walker, Jennings, Sypolt, Phillips, Miley and Hamrick - Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority (original similar to SB132) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019

 

 2485.  By Del. Pushkin, Miller, Kump, Rowe, Caputo, Byrd, McGeehan, Queen, Canestraro, Paynter and Wilson - Relating to expungement of criminal convictions - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2486.  By Del. Shott, Foster, Kessinger and Pushkin - Using records of criminal conviction to disqualify a person from receiving a license for a profession or occupation - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2019 - To Senate 2/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2487.  By Del. Williams and Pyles - Pothole app and map - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2488.  By Del. Williams - Relating to the theft of consumer identity protections - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2489.  By Del. Anderson, Higginbotham, Kelly, J., Miley, Cadle, Evans, Azinger, Harshbarger, Pethtel, Boggs and Nelson  - Relating to the removal of the severance tax on oil and gas produced from low producing oil and natural gas wells - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/2019

 

*2490.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Staggers, Steele and Higginbotham - Preventing proposing or enforcing rules that prevent recreational water facilities from making necessary upgrades - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2491.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Walker, Hansen, Pethtel, Williams, Caputo, Sypolt, Jennings, Angelucci and Miley - Providing certain employees of the Highways increases in annual pay - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Finance

 

 2492.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, Jeffries, D., Hollen and Butler - Relating to mandatory reporting procedures of abuse and neglect of adults and children - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/19/2019

 

 2493.  By Del. Rowan, Lovejoy, Fast, Kessinger, Pack, Sypolt, Butler and Wilson - Nondiscrimination in Involuntary Denial of Treatment Act (original similar to HB2227, SB307) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2494.  By Del. Steele, Kessinger, Pack and Howell - Relating to the ineligibility for home incarceration for offenders under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2495.  By Del. Kump, Bibby, Wilson and Porterfield - Authorizing certain West Virginia courthouse security officers to carry concealed firearms - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2496.  By Del. Kump - Shifting funding from the Landfill Closure Assistance Fund to local solid waste authorities (original similar to SB147) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2497.  By Del. Kump - Relating to the whistle-blower law - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2498.  By Del. Pack, Hollen, Graves, Householder, Byrd, Kessinger, Steele and Summers - Allowing municipalities to prepay their annual contributions to the policemen's or firemen's pension and relief fund - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2499.  By Del. Summers and Capito - Relating to the publication of sample ballots for electronic voting machines (original similar to HB2600) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2500.  By Del. Byrd, Lavender-Bowe, Brown, S., Longstreth, Estep-Burton, Walker, Fleischauer, Kessinger and Martin, C. - Exempting certain hygiene products from sales tax (original similar to SB582) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Finance

 

 2501.  By Del. Byrd, Skaff and Capito - Authorizing municipal fire departments specialized license plates - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/12/2019

 

 2502.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Graves, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Prohibiting registered sex offenders from participating in Halloween activities - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2503.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to court actions - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2504.  By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Anderson, Hill, Criss, Martin, C., Kelly, J., Higginbotham, Martin, P., Nelson and Harshbarger - Relating to complimentary samples of nonintoxicating beer or nonintoxicating craft beer - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary

 

 2505.  By Del. Steele - Relating to the ineligibility for probation of certain defendants - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2506.  By Del. Steele - Providing that attorneys-at-law may not be involuntarily appointed as counsel in any judicial matter - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2507.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Eliminating good time credit for inmates who have been convicted on a prior occasion of another felony offense in an unrelated matter - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2508.  By Del. Steele, Paynter, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to certain defendants ineligible for probation - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2509.  By Del. Pack, Dean, Wilson and Rohrbach - Clarifying that theft of a controlled substance is a felony - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2510.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Linville, Higginbotham, Butler and Kessinger - Relating to special funds of boards of examination or registration - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2511.  By Del. Robinson, Pack, Estep-Burton, Caputo, Paynter, Miller, Householder, Malcolm, Williams and Criss - Requiring members of the State Police to follow the towing services policy of the county (original similar to SB312) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2512.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Higginbotham, Linville, Butler and Kessinger - Authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue certain vital records in the custody of the State Registrar - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2513.  By Del. Hansen, Fleischauer, Walker, Summers, Pyles, Williams, Pethtel, Zukoff, Thompson, R., Staggers and Doyle - Relating to campus police officers of state institutions of higher learning (original similar to SB441) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2514.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Higginbotham, Linville, Butler and Kessinger - Permitting pawn brokers to disclose whether any specific property has been sold or pledged - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/29/2019 - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2515.  By Del. Butler, Cadle, Wilson, Ellington, Shott, Howell, Hardy, Kump, Pack, Storch and Fast - Exempting the sale and installation of mobility enhancing equipment from the sales and use tax - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

 2516.  By Del. Linville, Howell, Higginbotham, Jennings, Butler, McGeehan, Steele, Worrell, Maynard, Waxman and Foster - Making it easier the renewal of driver license with the designation of “Veteran” and to provide a lifetime license for certain veterans - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2517.  By Del. Canestraro, Pushkin and Williams - Permitting salary increases for full time official court reporters based upon years of service - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Finance

 

 2518.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Hanna, Bibby, Atkinson, Sypolt, Kelly, D., Mandt and Brown, N. - Authorizing the tracking of wounded or injured deer or bear with leashed dogs - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019

 

 2519.  By Del. Butler, Maynard, Cadle, Foster, Hanna, Espinosa, Higginbotham, McGeehan, Householder, Swartzmiller and Hardy - The Campus Self Defense Act - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary - 2nd reference rejected - To Finance 2/21/2019 - To House Finance 2/21/2019

 

 2520.  By Del. Walker, Fleischauer, Hansen, Estep-Burton, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Worrell, Sypolt, Azinger and Summers - Relating to the Antihazing Law - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Education

 

*2521.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Bibby, Kelly, D., Atkinson, Sypolt, Hanna, Mandt and Porterfield - Relating to permitting fur-bearer parts - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019 - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/15/2019

 

 2522.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Sypolt, Cooper, Bibby, Atkinson, Hanna, Kelly, D. and Mandt - Authorizing minors with a graduated driver’s license to pump gasoline - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2523.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Hanna, Bibby, Kelly, D. and Mandt - Increasing the amount of time a taxpayer has to seek relief from a county commission from an erroneous assessment - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019

 

*2524.  By Del. Atkinson, Hill, Jeffries, D., Hollen, Fleischauer and Staggers - Permitting a pharmacist to convert prescriptions authorizing refills under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2525.  By Del. Summers, Hill, Pack, Dean, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, Jeffries, D., Hollen, Butler and Rohrbach - Tobacco Cessation Therapy Access Act - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2526.  By Del. Summers and Steele - Creating an offense for public intoxication due to drug use - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2527.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to forgery and other crimes concerning lottery tickets - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2528.  By Del. Cooper, Anderson and Thompson, R. - Relating to employees of the Commissioner of Agriculture (original similar to HB2624, SB324) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019 - Tabled on 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/8/2019

 

 2529.  By Del. Swartzmiller, Diserio, Lavender-Bowe, McGeehan, Miley, Barrett, Miller, Azinger, Lovejoy, Storch and Caputo - Exempting social security benefits from state personal income tax (original similar to HB2402, SB303) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2530.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Pushkin, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Creating a voluntary certification for recovery residences - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2531.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Permitting trained nurses to provide mental health services in a medication-assisted treatment program - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2532.  By Del. Cooper, Cadle, Hartman, Pethtel and Porterfield - Allowing certain donations by persons renewing their driver’s license or vehicle registration - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2533.  By Del. Martin, P., Wilson, Hanna, Maynard and Pyles - Relating to military service credit for retirement purposes - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2534.  By Del. Canestraro, Zukoff, Williams, Caputo, Diserio, Sponaugle, Evans, Campbell, Swartzmiller, Miller and Robinson - Requiring available materials, supplies, equipment and other items purchased by the state and its agencies to be made in the United States - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2535.  By Del. Fast, Harshbarger and Hollen - Relating to purchasing exemptions and procedures - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/15/2019

 

 2536.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Nelson, Criss, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the Mine Subsidence Insurance program (original similar to SB362) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019

 

 2537.  By Del. Caputo, Brown, N., Lovejoy, Paynter, Dean, Zukoff, Canestraro, Angelucci, Maynard, Toney and Walker - West Virginia Black Lung Program (original similar to SB144) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*2538.  By Del. Nelson, Pushkin, Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Householder, Barrett, Fluharty, Wilson, Byrd, Campbell and Queen - Providing banking services for medical cannabis - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2539.  By Del. Kessinger, Foster and Pyles - Allowing private entities to lease buildings to local school boards in cases of emergency or condemnation - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education

 

*2540.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Sypolt, Cooper, Hanna, Bibby, Hott and Brown, N. - Prohibiting the waste of game animals, game birds or game fish (original similar to SB305) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*2541.  By Del. Thompson, R., Evans, Lovejoy, Doyle, Hornbuckle, Hicks, Dean, Paynter, Zukoff and Pyles - Requiring certain safety measures be taken at public schools - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*2542.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Summers, Worrell, Dean, Fast, Hott, Hollen and Storch - Permitting directors of county emergency phone systems to obtain mobile-phone emergency lines - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/19/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2543.  By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff, Fluharty, Caputo, Diserio and Pyles - Increasing the tax on the privilege of severing natural gas and oil - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2544.  By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff, Hansen and Pyles - Authorizing local boards of health to assess, charge and collect increased environmental fees for restaurants - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources

 

*2545.  By Del. Canestraro, Zukoff, Lovejoy, Robinson, Fluharty, Diserio, Miller and Pyles - Exempting recipients of the distinguished Purple Heart medal from payment of the vehicle registration fee (original similar to SB450) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Military

 

 2546.  By Del. Pushkin, Cadle, Doyle, Butler, McGeehan, Cooper, Brown, N., Ellington, Lovejoy, Sponaugle and Hornbuckle - Excluding from tax equipment installed in a motor vehicle for use of a person with a medical necessity - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2547.  By Del. Shott - Relating to the election prohibition zone - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2548.  By Del. Bates, Householder, Barrett, Lavender-Bowe and Pyles - Creating a healthy living tax credit against the personal income tax - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2549.  By Del. Rohrbach, Maynard, Linville, Worrell, Thompson, R. and Porterfield - Relating to compulsory school attendance - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

*2550.  By Del. Capito, Nelson , Queen and Fast - Creating a matching program for the Small Business Innovation and Research Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer Program (original similar to SB602) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 1/24/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2551.  By Del. Rohrbach, Higginbotham, Maynard, Cooper, Hamrick, Rowan, Toney, Atkinson, Dean, Thompson, R. and Campbell - Requiring the State Board of Education to develop a method for funding student transportation costs as a stand-alone consideration - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 2552.  By Del. Rowe, Fluharty, Fleischauer, Byrd and Robinson - Relating to the intestate share of a decedent's surviving spouse - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2553.  By Del. Caputo - The Motion Picture Open Captioning Act - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2554.  By Del. Hamrick, Worrell, Higginbotham and Howell - Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education - Passed House 2/8/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Education

 

 2555.  By Del. Doyle, Estep-Burton, Angelucci, Brown, S., Evans and Pyles - Banning plastic bags - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2556.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Evans, Hansen, Pushkin, Hornbuckle and Pyles - Relating to required notices for air quality permits prior to the permit being granted - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2557.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Exempting social security and tier one railroad retirement benefits from personal income tax (original similar to SB342) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Finance

 

 2558.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley - Adding the definition of grantee to include state spending units and local governments (original similar to SB345) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2559.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Worrell, Dean, Fast, Hott, Hollen, Storch, Ellington and Butler - Requiring a special report by the Division of Personnel - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2560.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to the operation of state-owned farms (original similar to SB344) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 2561.  By Del. Angelucci, Caputo and Longstreth - Expanding the eligibility for service on county school boards - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2562.  By Del. Kump, Pushkin, McGeehan and Brown, N. - 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 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2563.  By Del. Wilson - Relating to civil asset forfeiture (original similar to SB309) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2564.  By Del. Paynter, Bibby, Fast, Hanna, Harshbarger, Jennings, Kessinger, Martin, P., Pyles, Queen and Pack - Relating to modification of cottage food laws (original similar to SB285) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Health and Human Resources

 

 2565.  By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff, Pethtel, Fluharty, Diserio, Williams and Pyles - Collecting a user fee from oil and gas producers who use secondary roads in the state - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2566.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley - Changing the rate at which certain judges are paid for mileage (original similar to SB346) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Finance

 

 2567.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing an individual to petition a circuit court for the expungement of misdemeanor offenses (original similar to SB349) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2568.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Evans, Lavender-Bowe and Pyles - Increasing the tax on the privilege of severing natural gas and oil - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2569.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Barrett, Evans, Hansen, Hornbuckle, Lavender-Bowe, Pyles and Lovejoy - Reinstating the film tax credits - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2570.  By Del. Thompson, R. - Providing that schools be closed for two weeks during the holiday season preceding Christmas Day and following New Year’s Day - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education

 

 2571.  By Del. Rohrbach, Kelly, D., Hollen, Hornbuckle, Mandt, Walker, Linville and Worrell - Providing that the sale and purchase of copper as scrap metal may not be completed with the payment of cash - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Government Organization

 

 2572.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Walker and Lovejoy - Making the written plans of municipalities that have been approved by the Municipal Home Rule Board permanent - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2573.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Evans, Pushkin and Hornbuckle - Relating to payment for the construction of any expanded or upgraded public service district facilities in certain circumstances - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2574.  By Del. Foster, Steele, Waxman, Kessinger, Bibby, Hardy, Maynard, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Householder and Kelly, D. - Repealing the soft drink tax - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Finance

 

 2575.  By Del. Rodighiero - Freezing PEIA employee premiums for three years - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2576.  By Del. Rodighiero - Establishing a tax credit for new businesses that locate in the state - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2577.  By Del. Rodighiero - Authorizing insurance to married workers without children at reduced rates under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Act - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2578.  By Del. Rodighiero - 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 1/22/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*2579.  By Del. Nelson and Criss - Relating to the collection of tax and the priority of distribution of an estate or property in receivership (original similar to SB406) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/18/2019

 

 2580.  By Del. Rodighiero - Reducing state income taxes for state and federal retirees by increasing the exemption on retirement income - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2581.  By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program be issued a photo identification card - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2582.  By Del. Rodighiero - Exempting all veterans of the Armed Forces or any reserve component thereof from having to obtain a hunting, trapping fishing license - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*2583.  By Del. Hill, Ellington, Pushkin, Rohrbach, Fleischauer, Walker, Staggers, McGeehan, Summers and Doyle - Family Planning Access Act - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2584.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to funding of Public Employees Health Insurance Program (original similar to SB386) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2585.  By Del. Malcolm, Jeffries, D., Kump, Kelly, D., Phillips, Kessinger, Mandt, Porterfield, Hanna, Graves and Butler - Promulgating a rule for the state building code to require large venues to have portable exit barriers to guide people to targeted exit areas - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization

 

 2586.  By Del. Staggers, Jennings, Bates and Boggs - Providing programs to train firefighters and emergency medical technicians - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Education - To House Education 2/12/2019

 

 2587.  By Del. Fleischauer, Miley, Thompson, C., Higginbotham, Linville, Walker, Brown, S., Canestraro, Byrd and Fluharty - Prohibiting violations of an individual’s civil rights because of disability or sexual orientation - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2588.  By Del. Lovejoy, Miller, Brown, N., Paynter, Canestraro, Caputo, Maynard, Williams, Robinson, Zukoff and Steele - Relating to occupational pneumoconiosis claims - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2589.  By Del. Hansen, Ellington, Hanna, Miley, Lovejoy, McGeehan, Phillips, Evans, Fleischauer, Miller and Rowe - Relating to solar energy on formerly mined land - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Energy

 

 2590.  By Del. Porterfield - Relating to payment of taxes by co owner or others - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2591.  By Del. Malcolm, Jeffries, D., Kump, Kelly, D., Phillips, Kessinger, Mandt, Porterfield, Hanna and Butler - Requiring lighted exit signs in buildings where members of the public may frequent - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2592.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Cadle, Hott, Worrell, Jeffries, J., Porterfield, Sypolt and Bibby - Requiring all boards referred to in Chapter 30 of the code be located in the same area in the state - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2593.  By Del. Rohrbach - Limiting the increase or decrease of state funding to a county board of education - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2594.  By Del. Butler, Cadle, Jennings, Kump, Hansen, Azinger, Sypolt, Bates, Malcolm, Graves and Jeffries, D. - Prohibiting railroads from blocking crossings on privately owned streets - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2019

 

*2595.  By Del. Pack, Graves, Cooper, Paynter, Steele, Harshbarger, Sypolt, Jennings, Evans, Storch and Maynard - Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System (original similar to SB418) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2019 - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2596.  By Del. Jeffries, J., Householder, Butler, Jeffries, D., Graves, Steele, Maynard, Paynter, Summers, Kump and Wilson - Providing for a special “Don’t Tread On Me” license plate - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2597.  By Del. Porterfield, Jeffries, J., Maynard, Cooper, Malcolm, Cadle, Wilson, Harshbarger, Fast and Foster - Creating a hunting permit to safely accommodate visually impaired hunters - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 2598.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to submitting a certifying statement attesting to status as a charitable or public service organization (original similar to SB368) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2599.  By Del. Rowan - Awarding service weapons to special natural resources police officers upon retirement (original similar to SB308) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2600.  By Del. Summers and Kessinger - Relating to publication of sample ballots (original similar to HB2499) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2601.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to the review and approval of state property leases (original similar to SB343) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2602.  By Del. Miller, Canestraro, Hollen, Brown, N., Kelly, D., Foster and Steele - Including possession of known stolen property in the offense of receiving or transferring stolen property - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/2019 - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2603.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to the amount permitted to remain in the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration’s operating fund (original similar to SB367) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/20/2019

 

 2604.  By Del. Thompson, R., Evans, Lovejoy and Brown, N. - Permitting service credit in the Teachers Retirement System to persons with alternative school teaching experience - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2605.  By Del. Kump - Relating to the regular election of officers on state general election day - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2606.  By Del. Estep-Burton, Lavender-Bowe, Brown, S. and Doyle - Requiring 30 minutes of unstructured play time daily for students in kindergarten through grade 5 - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Education

 

*2607.  By Del. Hill, Staggers, Howell, Rowan and Jeffries, D. - Relating to the licensure of nursing homes (original similar to SB434) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/2019 - To Senate 2/5/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 2/20/2019

 

 2608.  By Del. Nelson, Criss and Espinosa - Repealing the requirement of printing the date a consumer deposit account was opened on paper checks - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

*2609.  By Del. Nelson, Criss and Espinosa - Relating to presumptions of abandonment and indication of ownership in property (original similar to SB407) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/4/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2610.  By Del. Rodighiero - Creating a criminal felony offense of aggravated assault or battery of a child or a person who is mentally incapacitated - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2611.  By Del. Rodighiero - Ensuring Patient Safety Act - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

*2612.  By Del. Hill, Fleischauer, Howell, Rowan, Walker and Wilson - Proposing rules related to the completion or updating of source water protection plans (original similar to SB430) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/2019 - To Senate 2/5/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2613.  By Del. Rodighiero - Prohibiting the number of inquiries reflected in a credit report, credit score report or CLUE report from adversely affecting an application for insurance - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2614.  By Del. Rowan, Rohrbach, Boggs, Martin, C., Graves, Sypolt, Lovejoy, Canestraro and Longstreth - Providing protective orders for victims of financial exploitation - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019

 

 2615.  By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring the state board of education to develop an elective course on Vocational Agriculture - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2616.  By Del. Rodighiero, Evans, Thompson, R., Tomblin and Hicks - Providing a maximum repair cost for insured owners of motor vehicles if a collision with a deer caused the damage - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*2617.  By Del. Westfall, Hott, Jeffries, D., Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the form for making offer of optional uninsured and underinsured coverage by insurers - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*2618.  By Del. Rowan, Martin, C., Rohrbach, Sypolt, Graves, Lovejoy, Longstreth, Boggs, Mandt, Maynard and Kelly, J. - Including undue influence as a factor in the definition of financial exploitation of an elderly person or protected person - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Motion that bill be recommitted to Judiciary rejected - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2619.  By Del. Linville, Butler, McGeehan, Graves, Waxman, Higginbotham, Hamrick, Worrell, Howell, Wilson and Mandt - Allowing veterans with certain military ratings to qualify to take an examination for licensing as a plumber, electrician, and sprinkler fitter - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2620.  By Del. Westfall, Dean, Atkinson, Hanna and Thompson, R. - Modifying the contact requirements with a student’s guardians upon accrual of unexcused absences - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/29/2019

 

 2621.  By Del. Nelson, Criss, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to background checks of certain financial institutions (original similar to SB453) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/11/2019

 

 2622.  By Del. Zukoff, Bibby, Summers, Lavender-Bowe, Canestraro, Pushkin, Kessinger, Storch, Williams, Westfall and Capito - Allowing certified facility dogs to accompany witnesses at criminal trials - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2623.  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 1/24/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2624.  By Del. Howell - Relating to employees of the Commissioner of Agriculture (original similar to HB2528, SB324) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2625.  By Del. Robinson, Estep-Burton, Pushkin, Byrd, Rowe, Capito, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Fluharty, Miller and Brown, N. - Establishing reimbursement rates for congregate and in-home meals - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance - To House Finance 2/8/2019

 

 2626.  By Del. Staggers, Angelucci, Brown, S., Boggs and Paynter - Relating to emergency medical services - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

 2627.  By Del. Pack, Howell, Steele, McGeehan, Graves, Cooper, Lovejoy and Wilson - Removing all costs and fees from a Silver Star registration plate - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 2/1/2019

 

 2628.  By Del. Rodighiero - Including volunteer firefighters within the Public Employees Insurance Act - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2629.  By Del. Jeffries, J., Paynter, Wilson, Porterfield, Graves, Cadle, Kump, Martin, P., Jeffries, D. and Butler - Ending tolls on the West Virginia Turnpike effective July 1, 2019 - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2630.  By Del. Westfall, Criss, Atkinson, Dean, Summers and Hanna - Requiring each county school board to employ at least one full time school nurse - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2631.  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 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2632.  By Del. Kump, Wilson, Jeffries, J., Bibby, Householder, Cadle, McGeehan, Kessinger, Azinger, Fast and Malcolm - Tim Tebow Act (original similar to SB45) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Education

 

 2633.  By Del. Rodighiero - 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 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2634.  By Del. Rodighiero - 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 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2635.  By Del. Rodighiero - 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 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2636.  By Del. Rodighiero - Exempting volunteer firefighters from fees for hunting, fishing and trapping licenses and permits - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 2637.  By Del. Howell, Jennings, Sypolt, Worrell, Toney, Waxman, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Foster, Hamrick, Kessinger and Pack - Excluding electric generating facilities designated as an exempt wholesale generator from being regulated by the PSC - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Energy

 

 2638.  By Del. Paynter, Dean, Maynard, Cooper, Rohrbach, Campbell, Lavender-Bowe, Waxman, Graves, Thompson, R. and Cowles - Increasing the penalties for overtaking and passing a school bus - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2639.  By Del. Jeffries, J., Jeffries, D., Worrell, Pack, Steele, Foster, Waxman, Kump, McGeehan, Wilson and Maynard - Placing a limit on the salary of a county superintendent of schools - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2640.  By Del. Wilson, Brown, S., Malcolm, Jeffries, J., Waxman, Storch, Graves, Summers, Rowan, Staggers and Longstreth - Making all inmates regardless of sex eligible to work on a state convict road force - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2641.  By Del. Canestraro, Diserio, Pethtel, Fluharty, Zukoff and Pyles - Requiring owners of oil and gas wells to install and maintain separate meters that calculate the amount of production from those wells - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Energy

 

 2642.  By Del. Sponaugle, Miley, Shott, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Robinson, Caputo and Fluharty - Clarifying what constitutes an action requiring service to the Attorney General and notice to the Legislature - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2643.  By Del. Sponaugle, Hott, McGeehan, Cadle and Cowles - West Virginia Farm Fresh Raw Milk Act (original similar to SB471) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 2644.  By Del. Thompson, R., Brown, N. and Hicks - Allowing an owner of Japanese quail to keep them as pets without having to obtain a license - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 2645.  By Del. Thompson, R. and Hicks - Relating to power of security guards to arrest individuals - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2646.  By Del. Higginbotham, Foster, Pack, Wilson, Sypolt, Westfall, Hardy, Butler, Atkinson and Cadle - Providing a safe harbor for employers to correct underpayment or nonpayment of wages and benefits due to separated employees - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/2019

 

 2647.  By Del. Westfall, Maynard, Hartman, Atkinson and Espinosa - Self Storage Limited License Act - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2648.  By Del. Summers - Continuing education for registered nurses and advanced nurse practitioners - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2649.  By Del. Rodighiero - Providing state health care services for all active and inactive duty military personnel - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 2650.  By Del. Rodighiero - Establishing seniority rights for public employees (original similar to HB2130) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2651.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pushkin and Bates - Relating to pharmacy benefit managers - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019

 

 2652.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to public health - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2653.  By Del. Graves, Pack, Capito, Kessinger, Jeffries, D., Malcolm, Linville, Wilson, Phillips, Mandt and Kump - Creating a presidential service registration plate - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2654.  By Del. Harshbarger, Bibby, Hanna and Hill - Removing certain vehicles from the requirement for vehicle inspection - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2655.  By Del. Graves and Dean - Increasing the modification reducing income for personal income tax for retired teachers and retired state employees - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2656.  By Del. Hardy, Bibby, Howell, Jeffries, J., Maynard, Harshbarger, Doyle, Cadle, Brown, S., Wilson and Kessinger - Health Care Choice Act (original similar to SB645) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2657.  By Del. Maynard, Jeffries, J., Paynter, Pack and Hardy - Relating to registration of military surplus vehicles - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019

 

 2658.  By Del. Maynard, Paynter, Jeffries, J., Sypolt, Miller, Pack, Lovejoy, Jennings, Angelucci and Worrell - Relating to the State Fire Marshall’s comprehensive report - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019

 

 2659.  By Del. Bates and Pyles - Establishing a tax on the production of natural gas to fund the public employees insurance program - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Energy

 

 2660.  By Del. Anderson, Azinger, Howell, Kelly, J., Westfall, Pethtel, Storch, Kelly, D., Swartzmiller, Nelson  and Harshbarger - Relating to the manner in which actual investment of capital and costs and a natural gas utility’s expedited cost recovery are calculated - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Energy

 

*2661.  By Del. Anderson, Azinger, Howell, Kelly, J., Westfall, Pethtel, Storch, Kelly, D., Swartzmiller, Nelson and Harshbarger - Relating to natural gas utilities - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining

 

 2662.  By Del. Westfall, Rohrbach, Zukoff, Toney, Thompson, R., Kelly, J., Evans, Dean, Campbell and Cooper (Originating in House Education) - Relating to certificates or employment of school personnel - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

 2663.  By Del. Cooper, Westfall, Summers, Cadle, Anderson and Porterfield - Exempting buildings or structures utilized exclusively for agricultural purposes from the provisions of the State Building Code - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019

 

 2664.  By Del. Butler, Malcolm, Hanna, Sypolt, Jennings, McGeehan, Phillips, Bibby, Wilson, Jeffries, J. and Waxman - The West Virginia Refugee Absorptive Capacity Act - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Health and Human Resources

 

 2665.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation for PEIA Rainy Day Fee (original similar to SB423) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance

 

 2666.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Veterans’ Assistance (original similar to SB446) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2667.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, Division of Corrections (original similar to SB425) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2668.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Administration, Public Defender Services (original similar to SB422) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2669.  By Del. Cowles - West Virginia Child Advocate for the Protection of Children Act - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources

 

*2670.  By Del. Higginbotham, Waxman, Kessinger and Westfall - Relating to damages for medical monitoring - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2671.  By Del. Kessinger, Waxman, Higginbotham and Westfall - Prevention of Deceptive Lawsuit Advertising and Solicitation Practices Act (original similar to SB66) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2672.  By Del. Azinger, Hollen, McGeehan, Cooper, Bibby, Kelly, J., Butler, Rodighiero, Steele, Cadle and Anderson - Exempting honorably discharged veterans of the from payment of fees and costs for a license to carry deadly weapons (original similar to SB149) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

*2673.  By Del. Householder, Criss, Harshbarger, Anderson and Kelly, J. - Creating the Oil and Gas Abandoned Well Plugging Fund - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/15/2019

 

*2674.  By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Hollen, Jeffries, D., Azinger, Harshbarger, Canestraro, Kelly, J., Queen, Criss and Kessinger - Creating a student loan repayment program for a mental health provider - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/13/2019

 

 2675.  By Del. Foster, Steele, Higginbotham, Wilson, Jennings, Azinger, Kelly, D., Mandt, Linville, Waxman and Martin, P. - Employer Property Protection Act - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2676.  By Del. Jeffries, J., Paynter and Cadle - Permitting common carriers to operate in any county of this state - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2677.  By Del. Westfall - Repealing the article providing for Provider Sponsored Networks - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2678.  By Del. Bibby, Hardy, Cadle, Foster, McGeehan, Howell, Jeffries, J., Wilson, Worrell, Harshbarger and Hanna - Eliminating the personal property tax on new vehicles - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance

 

 2679.  By Del. Phillips, Foster, McGeehan, Hansen, Shott and Hott - Relating to state issued identification cards - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2680.  By Del. Westfall, Waxman, Kessinger and Higginbotham - Relating to third-party litigation financing - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2681.  By Del. Cowles, Steele, Canestraro, Miller, Lovejoy and Kessinger - Providing guidance for prosecuting attorneys in cases involving abused and neglected children - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2682.  By Del. Cowles, Pack, Rowan, Storch, Kessinger and Lovejoy - Establishing a bill of rights for foster parents - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources

 

 2683.  By Del. Cowles, Pack, Rowan, Storch, Kessinger and Lovejoy - Establishing a bill of rights of children in foster care - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources

 

 2684.  By Del. McGeehan and Phillips - Relating to exempting “specie” from taxation - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance

 

 2685.  By Del. Butler, Malcolm, Kessinger, Hanna, Sypolt, Jennings, McGeehan, Phillips, Bibby, Wilson and Jeffries, J. - Refugee Information Act - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

*2686.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Pushkin, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to permitting the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia to create a family drug court pilot program - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To House Judiciary 1/28/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2687.  By Del. Campbell, Pack, Bates, Steele, Shott, Paynter, Lavender-Bowe, Kessinger, Maynard, Toney and Evans - Exempting law enforcement and emergency vehicles from paying turnpike tolls - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 2688.  By Del. Maynard, Hamrick, Paynter, Jeffries, J., Rohrbach, Dean, Miller, Lovejoy, Pack, Robinson and Byrd - Requiring air conditioning on all school buses - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 2689.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to replacing the present crime of burglary with the crime of home invasion - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2690.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Nelson, Williams and Porterfield - Relating to guaranty associations (original similar to SB506) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2691.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Storch - Providing that a license to carry a concealed deadly weapon expires on the holder’s birthday - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2692.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Storch - Relating to primary elections and procedures - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2693.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Storch - Relating to traffic violations as qualifying for deferred adjudication - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*2694.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Sypolt, Hott, Cadle, Hamrick, Graves, McGeehan and Pushkin - Relating to the state’s ability to regulate hemp (original similar to SB629) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/13/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2695.  By Del. Hollen, Boggs, Fast, Harshbarger, Miller, Criss, Kelly, D. and Pushkin - Relating to purchases made by the Director of the Division of Protective Services for equipment to maintain security at state facilities (original similar to SB358) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 2696.  By Del. Howell, Bibby, Phillips, Sypolt, Cadle, Azinger, Jeffries, D., Pack, Worrell and Hott - Creating an additional index system for state-owned lands - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2697.  By Del. Howell, Foster, Jennings, Sypolt and Cadle - The Occupational Licensing Consumer Choice Act (original similar to SB492) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization

 

 2698.  By Del. Hollen, Boggs, Harshbarger, Miller, Pushkin, Criss, Kelly, D. and Canestraro - Authorizing the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation to release to county prosecutors of this state certain information (original similar to SB356) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 2699.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Hamrick - Relating to municipal annexation by minor boundary adjustment - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2019

 

 2700.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle and Dean - Requiring the Public Employees Insurance Agency to use the West Virginia Medicaid Prescription Plan - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2701.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Hamrick - Relating to general restrictions for outdoor advertising - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2702.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the wireless enhanced 911 fee (original similar to SB289) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance

 

 2703.  By Del. Pack, Steele, Cooper, Graves, Criss, Westfall, Queen, Azinger, Higginbotham, Barrett and Bates - Relating to refunds of excise taxes collected from dealers of petroleum products - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance

 

 2704.  By Del. Rowe - Relating to eligibility for parole - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2705.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S. and Evans - Redistricting of the Senate into 16 two-member senatorial districts and redistricting the House into 96 single member districts - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 2706.  By Del. Harshbarger, Steele, Wilson, Foster, Jeffries, J., Higginbotham, Hollen, Cooper, McGeehan, Kessinger and Cadle - Relating to statement and computation of teachers' service for members of the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2707.  By Del. Nelson, Fluharty, Shott, Ellington, Queen, Miley, Hornbuckle, Byrd, Cooper, Kelly, J. and Fleischauer - Relating to the apportionment of representation - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2708.  By Del. Householder, Foster, Howell, Kessinger, Waxman, Wilson and Porterfield - Local Government Labor and Consumer Marketing Regulatory Limitation Act - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/2019

 

 2709.  By Del. Atkinson, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Brown, N. - Relating to hunting licenses - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2710.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Evans, Lavender-Bowe, Pushkin, Estep-Burton and Pyles - Prohibiting manufacturing plants from locating within two air miles of an existing public school - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2711.  By Del. Doyle, Brown, S., Evans, Lavender-Bowe, Campbell, Estep-Burton, Hansen, Pushkin, Hornbuckle and Pyles - Requiring public hearing for applicant for air quality permit relating to facility of certain investment value - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 2712.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Dean, Wilson, Porterfield and Rowan - Relating to death penalty for first degree murder (original similar to HB2033) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2713.  By Del. Boggs, Campbell, Pethtel, Westfall, Dean, Pack, Graves, Paynter, Toney, Swartzmiller and Thompson, C. - Expunging records of unsubstantiated complaints made by the Department of Health and Human Resources against teachers - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2714.  By Del. Cadle, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Atkinson, Kessinger, Harshbarger, Cooper and Porterfield - Relating generally to sediment control during commercial timber harvesting operations (original similar to SB404) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*2715.  By Del. Harshbarger, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Brown, N. - Relating to Class Q special hunting permit for disabled persons - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/2019 - Amended - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Natural Resources then Health and Human Resources - To Natural Resources 2/15/2019

 

 2716.  By Del. Harshbarger, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Atkinson, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Porterfield - Relating to vessel lighting and equipment requirements - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019 - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Natural Resources

 

 2717.  By Del. Cooper, Worrell, Miller, Storch, Kelly, D., Maynard, Swartzmiller, Atkinson, Kessinger, Cadle and Harshbarger - Authorizing the Division of Forestry to investigate and enforce timber theft violations (original similar to SB402) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

*2718.  By Del. Cooper, Worrell, Westfall, Miller, Maynard, Atkinson, Kessinger, Harshbarger and Porterfield - Requiring purchasers of roundwood to collect and maintain certain information - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2719.  By Del. Toney, Dean, Waxman, Paynter, Jennings, Thompson, R., Phillips, Mandt, Steele, Pack and Cadle - Establishing an optional bus operator in residence program for school districts - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

*2720.  By Del. Pethtel, Lovejoy, Shott, Boggs, Paynter and Harshbarger - Authorizing certain investigators and first responders to carry firearms - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/14/2019

 

 2721.  By Del. Cowles and Rowan - Relating to the compensation of personnel employed at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2722.  By Del. Anderson, Azinger, Howell, Kelly, J., Westfall, Pethtel, Storch, Kelly, D., Harshbarger, Queen and Martin, P. - Requiring the use of statutory income tax rates for ratemaking purposes for certain public utilities - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2723.  By Del. Caputo and Pyles - Placing penalty points on driver’s licenses for using electronic communications devices while operating a motor vehicle - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2724.  By Del. Atkinson and Kelly, J. - Small Business Tax Credit - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019

 

 2725.  By Del. Foster, Waxman, Kessinger, Higginbotham and Westfall - Relating to preventing compensatory damage awards for medical expenses from including certain sums - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2726.  By Del. Kelly, J., Jeffries, J., Maynard, Paynter, Criss, Espinosa, Martin, C., Mandt, Cadle and Anderson - Entitling natural resource producers to the economic opportunity tax credit (original similar to SB52) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2727.  By Del. Maynard, Jeffries, J., Rohrbach, Paynter, Linville, Mandt, Harshbarger, Miller, Tomblin, Westfall and Pack - Relating to conducting a study of the Upper Mud River Lake - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/13/2019

 

 2728.  By Del. Howell, Phillips, Bibby and Pyles - Establishing the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program as a permanent program identified as the Municipal Home Rule Program - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2729.  By Del. Jennings, Sypolt, Jeffries, J., Lovejoy, Worrell, Angelucci, Miller, Pack, Howell and Pyles - Recognition of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (original similar to SB432) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019

 

 2730.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Increasing the compensation of the membership of the State Police and the salaries for public school teachers and school service personnel (original similar to SB445) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2731.  By Del. Sypolt and Jennings - Exempting from a certificate of need obstetrics maternity and delivery services provided by an acute care hospital - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2732.  By Del. McGeehan, Angelucci, Brown, S., Butler, Dean, Doyle, Estep-Burton, Anderson and Pyles - Defend the Guard Act - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 2733.  By Del. Pushkin, Williams, Miley, Thompson, C., Lovejoy, Storch, Westfall, Higginbotham, Sponaugle, Robinson and Staggers - Adding “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the categories covered by the Human Rights Act - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - Motion to discharge committee tabled - Motion to take from table rejected - Motion to take from table rejected - Motion to take from table rejected - Motion to take from table rejected

 

*2734.  By Del. Kessinger, Fast and Staggers - Relating to reduced rates for low-income residential customers of privately owned sewer and combined water and sewer utilities - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/13/2019

 

 2735.  By Del. Bibby, Hardy, Jeffries, J., Paynter, Higginbotham, Jeffries, D., Hanna and Wilson - Relating to state road construction - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2736.  By Del. Kessinger, Pack, Nelson, Hardy and Sypolt - Relating to standards of proof in civil actions where business structure sought to be disregarded - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2737.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating to training of State Tax Division employees (original similar to SB476) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2738.  By Del. Pack, Graves, Hollen, Pethtel, Evans, Anderson and Malcolm - Authorizing prepayment of certain required payments into a policemen’s pension and relief fund or a firemen’s pension and relief fund - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019

 

 2739.  By Del. Hollen, Graves, Anderson and Malcolm - Relating to contributions on behalf of employees to a retirement plan administered by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/15/2019

 

*2740.  By Del. Shott, Harshbarger and Mandt - Barring a parent from inheriting from a child in certain instances (original similar to SB482) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2741.  By Del. Walker, Rowe, Canestraro, Miller, Diserio, Angelucci, Caputo, Barrett, Longstreth, Estep-Burton and Campbell - Relating to unlawful discriminatory practices in categories covered by the Human Rights Act and the Fair Housing Act (original similar to HB2755) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2742.  By Del. Rodighiero - Making available elective courses on the history of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2743.  By Del. Hollen, Graves, Pethtel, Evans, Anderson and Malcolm - Eliminating reference to municipal policemen’s pension and relief funds and firemen’s pension and relief funds in section restricting investment - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/15/2019 - To Finance 2/21/2019

 

 2744.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating to officer liability for unremitted consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2745.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Authorizing railroads and commercial watercraft to claim a refundable exemption from the variable rate component of the motor fuel excise tax (original similar to SB456) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance

 

 2746.  By Del. Shott - Relating to administration of estates (original similar to SB480) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2747.  By Del. Rodighiero - Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education

 

 2748.  By Del. Rodighiero - 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 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2749.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to quarterly payment of real and personal property taxes - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance

 

 2750.  By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to salary increase for Regional Jail Authority employees - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2751.  By Del. Wilson, McGeehan, Dean and Bibby - Abolishing mandatory prison sentences - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2752.  By Del. Wilson and Bibby - Adding to the persons who have access to the information kept by the Board of Pharmacy - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2753.  By Del. Wilson and Bibby - Permitting stand-in candidates for gubernatorial and presidential contests - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2754.  By Del. Wilson, Jeffries, J. and Graves - Establishing certain requirements for dental insurance (original similar to HB2361, SB262, SB310) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2755.  By Del. Fleischauer, Lavender-Bowe, Hansen, Brown, S., Pethtel, Hartman, Pyles, Zukoff, Evans, Doyle and Byrd - Relating to unlawful discriminatory practices in categories covered by the Human Rights Act and the Fair Housing Act (original similar to HB2078, HB2741, HB2763, SB391) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2756.  By Del. Foster, Criss, Waxman, Graves, Jeffries, D., Pack, Hill, Butler and Harshbarger - Requiring contractors performing work for government contracts on computers use software to verify the hours (original similar to SB584) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization

 

 2757.  By Del. Kelly, D., Storch, Harshbarger, Evans, Doyle, Capito, Miller, Mandt, Cadle, Steele and Fast - Authorizing the Governor to seek the return of fugitives (original similar to SB387) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2758.  By Del. Estep-Burton, Walker, Angelucci, Doyle, Lavender-Bowe, Zukoff and Pyles - Establishing minimum numbers of school counselors - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2759.  By Del. Shott - Providing for the ancillary administration of West Virginia real estate owned by nonresidents by affidavit and without administration (original similar to SB483) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2760.  By Del. Howell, Martin, C., Pack, Cadle, Worrell, Hott, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Bibby, Porterfield and Phillips - Relating to performance reviews of state agencies and regulatory boards - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2761.  By Del. Westfall - Modernizing the self-service storage lien law - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2762.  By Del. Westfall, Jeffries, D., Hott and Azinger - Modernizing rental car transactions - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2763.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Fluharty, Skaff and Bates - Relating to unlawful discriminatory practices in categories covered by the Human Rights Act and the Fair Housing Act (original similar to HB2755) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2764.  By Del. Fast, Harshbarger, Miller, Hanna, Cowles, Foster, Kelly, D., Howell and Pack - Relating to the financial responsibility of inmates in relation to civil awards (original similar to SB373) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2765.  By Del. Rodighiero, Miller, Tomblin, Hicks and Evans - Allowing firearms-qualified tax division investigators to carry firearms - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2766.  By Del. Waxman, Dean, Toney, Hanna, Evans, Atkinson, Kelly, J., Jennings, Thompson, R., Zukoff and Hornbuckle - Relating to a student not advancing to the next grade by teacher recommendation - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education

 

 2767.  By Del. Criss, Jeffries, J., Azinger, Steele, Mandt, Cadle, Hanna and Porterfield - Reducing the severance tax on thermal or steam coal - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

*2768.  By Del. Rohrbach - Reducing the use of certain prescription drugs - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/8/2019 - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2769.  By Del. Butler, Worrell, Jennings, Wilson, Bibby, Jeffries, J. and Hanna - Citizen and State Accountability Act - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*2770.  By Del. Rohrbach, Ellington, Barrett, Queen, Waxman, Byrd, Westfall, Nelson and Porterfield - Fairness in Cost-Sharing Calculation Act (original similar to SB509) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2771.  By Del. Miller, Tomblin, Rodighiero, Westfall, Maynard, Lovejoy, Canestraro and Lavender-Bowe - Relating to deputy sheriff retirement system act - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2772.  By Del. Miller, Harshbarger, Tomblin, Kelly, D., Lovejoy, Canestraro, Maynard and Lavender-Bowe - Relating to the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitations acquiring and disposal of services (original similar to SB352) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

 

 2773.  By Del. Cowles and Kelly, J. - Granting the State Auditor the authority to audit the books and records of local economic development authorities - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

 2774.  By Del. Cadle, Cooper, Westfall, Jeffries, J., Harshbarger, Paynter, Worrell, Bibby, Hardy, Wilson and Atkinson - Relating to the right to farm (original similar to SB393) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 2775.  By Del. Martin, C., Dean, Maynard, Worrell, Martin, P., Mandt, Pack, Graves and Fast - Requiring each high school student to complete a one-half credit course of study in personal finance - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education

 

 2776.  By Del. Rodighiero - Providing one-time supplements to all annuitants when they reach the age of seventy - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2777.  By Del. Campbell, Lavender-Bowe, Thompson, R., Hornbuckle, Caputo, Rohrbach, Dean, Westfall, Pack, Paynter and Robinson - Requiring schools to offer elective vocational courses in middle schools - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education

 

 2778.  By Del. Rodighiero and Pyles - Providing that school nutrition plans include take home meals for low income students - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*2779.  By Del. Shott, Anderson, Cadle, Kelly, J., Phillips, Evans, Boggs, Pethtel, Maynard, Higginbotham and Hansen - Providing that proceeds from certain oil and gas wells to persons whose name or address are unknown are to be kept in a special fund (original similar to SB384) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/7/2019

 

 2780.  By Del. Hollen, Graves, Pethtel, Evans, Anderson and Malcolm - Permitting employees of educational services cooperatives to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System (original similar to SB26) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019

 

 2781.  By Del. Hill, Brown, S., McGeehan, Rohrbach, Summers, Steele, Pushkin, Staggers and Pyles - Permitting a person to obtain a 12-month supply of contraceptive drugs - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2782.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources (original similar to SB443) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance

 

 2783.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementary appropriation to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, Division of Justice and Community Services (original similar to SB452) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance

 

 2784.  By Del. Canestraro - Extending the expiration of driver's licenses for active military members' spouses (original similar to SB297) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2785.  By Del. Storch, Westfall, Miller, Azinger, Queen, Harshbarger, Butler, Kelly, D., Mandt, Hamrick and Dean - Reopening period to allow purchase of State Teachers Retirement System service credit following transfer - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2786.  By Del. Kessinger - Uniform Worker Classification Act - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 2787.  By Del. Byrd, Maynard, Harshbarger, Queen, Worrell, Rohrbach, Jeffries, J., Lovejoy, Fluharty, Pushkin and Robinson - Requiring schools to have persons with first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation training on-site - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Education then Health and Human Resources

 

 2788.  By Del. Kessinger - Relating to life-sustaining treatment policies of health care facilities; “Simon’s Law” - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2789.  By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Howell, Pack, Westfall, Waxman, Queen, Miley, Higginbotham and Rodighiero - Increasing the amount excluded from the gross income of individuals receiving retirement benefits as police officers or firefighters - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2790.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cadle, Worrell, Westfall, Toney, Kelly, D., Martin, P., Kelly, J. and Cooper - West Virginia Monument and Memorial Protection Act of 2019 (original similar to SB410) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2791.  By Del. Harshbarger, Cadle, Worrell, Westfall, Toney, Storch, Cooper, Kelly, D., Byrd and Kelly, J. - Allowing persons with developmental disabilities to receive a base hunting license (original similar to SB389) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2792.  By Del. Kessinger, Harshbarger, Paynter, Queen, Hanna, Bibby, Foster, Williams and Pyles - Prohibiting activities connected with sexual abuse of an animal - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2793.  By Del. Maynard, Dean, Hornbuckle, Doyle and Pyles - Expanding applicability of educational facilities for the West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Education

 

 2794.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Miller, Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Williams, Robinson, Rowan, Brown, S. and Byrd - Establishing the Summer Feeding for All initiative - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2795.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending by decreasing an existing appropriation and adding a new appropriation to the Department of Revenue (original similar to SB442) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance

 

 2796.  By Del. Cadle, Harshbarger, Cooper, Wilson, Jeffries, J., Atkinson, Toney, Paynter, Hott, Phillips and Worrell - Relating to analysis of samples of industrial hemp production - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 2797.  By Del. Kump - Relating to modification reducing federal adjusted gross income for social security benefits - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

 

 2798.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Amending tax laws to conform to changes in how partnerships and their partners are treated for federal income tax purposes (original same as 49 9 - similar to SB499) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance

 

 2799.  By Del. Kessinger - Requiring county boards of education to conduct regular structural inspections of school facilities and structures - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2800.  By Del. Kessinger, Foster and Pack - Permitting vocational education classes for homeschooled and private schooled students - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education

 

 2801.  By Del. Kessinger, Pack, Foster and Wilson - Requiring abortions to be performed by a licensed physician - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2019

 

*2802.  By Del. Kelly, J., Shott, Nelson , Anderson and Criss - Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2803.  By Del. Campbell, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Lavender-Bowe, Higginbotham, Maynard, Pack, Cooper, Paynter and Anderson - Increasing the number of days a retired teacher may accept employment - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 2804.  By Del. Kessinger, Higginbotham and Cooper - Relating to termination of the Women’s Commission - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2805.  By Del. Espinosa, Ellington, Butler, Householder, Kessinger, Porterfield, Jennings, Worrell, Fast, Martin, C. and Phillips - Relating to persons to whom schools are open - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education

 

 2806.  By Del. Linville, Summers, Kessinger and Byrd - Relating generally to the Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act and the regulation of pharmacy benefit managers (original similar to SB489) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

*2807.  By Del. Kelly, J., Nelson, Worrell, Kelly, D., Azinger, Criss, Caputo, Angelucci, Longstreth, Brown, N. and Espinosa - Creating an additional modification to the West Virginia adjusted gross income of shareholders of S corporations engaged in banking (original similar to SB505) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 2/11/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2808.  By Del. Wilson, Martin, C., Martin, P., Butler, Hanna, Porterfield, Bibby, Hardy, Foster, Waxman and Pack - Requiring local entities to enforce immigration laws - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*2809.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Mandt, Paynter, Ellington, Porterfield and Evans - Relating to prohibited acts and penalties in the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2810.  By Del. Bates - Modifying the method of calculation of the employer and employee contribution percentages for public employee insurance premiums - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2811.  By Del. Kessinger - Relating to generic drug products (original similar to SB369) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2812.  By Del. Caputo, Boggs, Paynter, Jeffries, J., Evans, Phillips, Dean, Storch, Pethtel, Bates and Campbell - Allowing the Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training to inspect the records of employers of certified persons for compliance purposes - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Energy then Judiciary

 

*2813.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating generally to collection of use tax (original similar to SB477) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Finance

 

 2814.  By Del. Steele, Foster, Pack, Canestraro and Porterfield - Making it a felony to transport certain drugs into the state with intent to deliver - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2815.  By Del. Steele, Shott, Pack, Graves and Canestraro - Raising the value of goods or chattels that are taken in a larceny to constitute grand larceny - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2816.  By Del. Campbell, Canestraro, Higginbotham, Lavender-Bowe, Atkinson, Williams, Thompson, R., Caputo, Hornbuckle, Dean and Pack - Removing the terms “hearing impaired,” “hearing impairment,” and “deaf mute” from the West Virginia Code and substituting terms - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2817.  By Del. Miley, Storch, Westfall, Capito, Hardy, Higginbotham, Byrd, Walker, Thompson, C., Bates and Staggers - Youth Mental Health Protection Act (original similar to SB359) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2818.  By Del. Rodighiero, Evans, Hicks, Tomblin, Miller, Kelly, J., Thompson, R. and Doyle - Reopening period to allow purchase of State Teachers Retirement System service credit by transfer - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2819.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating generally to contractors (original similar to SB455) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2820.  By Del. Shott - Relating to criminal penalties for reckless driving - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*2821.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Updating provisions for command, clerical and other pay - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Military - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2822.  By Del. Rohrbach, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Mandt, Kelly, D., Dean, Campbell, Worrell, Hollen and Linville - Creating an enhanced penalty for certain aggravated serious traffic offenses (original similar to SB105) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2823.  By Del. Jennings, Sypolt, Williams, Canestraro, Hansen, Pyles, Walker and Miley - Requiring Department of Highways to make available a calendar of projects and related information for each district - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2824.  By Del. Jennings, Rowan and Atkinson - Relating to teacher to pupil ratio in grades first through third - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education

 

 2825.  By Del. Rohrbach, Rowan, Linville, Maynard, Kessinger, Lovejoy, Storch and Pack - Creating a workgroup to review the hospice need standards in this state (original similar to SB537) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/8/2019

 

 2826.  By Del. Campbell, Paynter, Kelly, J., Barrett, Thompson, R., Lavender-Bowe, Dean, Pack, Canestraro, Evans and Bates - Altering the school calendar to begin the Tuesday after Labor Day and end the Friday before Memorial Day (original similar to HB2433) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Education

 

 2827.  By Del. Sypolt, Phillips, Graves, Nelson, Pyles and Miller - Removing the residency requirements for hiring deputy assessors (original similar to SB565) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2828.  By Del. Higginbotham, Queen, Skaff, Atkinson, Martin, C., Nelson , Toney and Waxman (Originating in House Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development) - Relating to Qualified Opportunity Zones - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To House Finance 2/1/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2829.  By Del. Nelson, Householder, Shott, Ellington, Atkinson, Jennings, Sypolt, Hartman, Campbell, Cooper and Cowles - Relating to the termination of severance taxes on limestone and sandstone - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*2830.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hollen, Jennings, Miller, Kelly, D., Storch, Dean, Hamrick, Foster and Summers - Establishing Next Generation 911 services in this state - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2831.  By Del. Criss, Storch, Cowles, Hill, Butler, Hardy, Boggs, Barrett, Pethtel, Longstreth and Hartman - Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Finance

 

 2832.  By Del. Caputo, Brown, N., Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Canestraro and Miller - Requiring drug testing companies to have contractor IDs and mandatory safety training before performing work on mine property - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Energy

 

 2833.  By Del. Maynard, Paynter, Rohrbach, Caputo, Jeffries, J., Miller, Tomblin, Evans, Hicks, Thompson, R. and Linville - Relating to occupational pneumoconiosis (original similar to SB260) - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*2834.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, J., Harshbarger, Howell, Porterfield and Nelson - Updating and modernizing the minimum spacing provisions for the drilling of horizontal deep wells - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining

 

 2835.  By Del. Lovejoy, Canestraro, Rohrbach and Hornbuckle - Changing provisions regarding polygraph examinations of sex offenders - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2836.  By Del. Lovejoy, Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Zukoff, Toney, Thompson, C., Pyles and Longstreth - Providing a special license plate for spay and neuter advocates - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2837.  By Del. Espinosa, Householder, Barrett and Storch - Relating to the licensing of advance deposit wagering - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2838.  By Del. Brown, S., Shott, Lovejoy, Summers, Fleischauer and Kessinger - Relating to a court ordered examination - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2839.  By Del. Espinosa, Householder, Hardy and Bibby - Making changes in distribution of racetrack video lottery net terminal income - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Finance

 

 2840.  By Del. Jennings, Phillips and Sypolt - Allowing a county commission in certain counties to impose an amusement tax to support medical care - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2841.  By Del. Graves, Dean, Pack, Paynter, Maynard, Storch, Rowan, Westfall and Summers - Increasing the modification reducing income for personal income tax for retired teachers and retired state employees - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2842.  By Del. Graves, Bates, Maynard, Pack, Paynter, Criss, Longstreth, Storch and Westfall - Increasing the amount that a faculty senate of a public school may allocate to a classroom teacher or librarian for academic materials - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Education

 

 2843.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Dean, Criss, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., McGeehan and Householder - Creating an Office for Federal Surplus Property - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2844.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C. and Jeffries, D. - Relating to the state employee merit system (original similar to SB530) - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2845.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Dean and Hamrick - Relating to apprenticeship programs - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2846.  By Del. Miller, Kelly, D., Swartzmiller, Robinson, Queen, Hornbuckle, Pack, Malcolm and Pyles - Designating a “Back the Blue” plate in support of law-enforcement personnel - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 2847.  By Del. Porterfield, Fast and Jeffries, J. - Relating to exemptions from mandated immunizations (original similar to SB454) - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*2848.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Nelson and Byrd - Relating to the West Virginia ABLE Act - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Finance

 

*2849.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Dean and Hamrick - Establishing different classes of pharmacy technicians - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2850.  By Del. Porterfield, Linville, Jeffries, J., Kessinger, Cadle, Paynter, Cooper and Foster - Relating to qualifications for commercial driver’s license - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019

 

 2851.  By Del. Sypolt, Rowan, Paynter, Waxman, Summers, Kessinger, Howell, Fast, Wilson, Malcolm and Graves - Providing a special license plate to support adoption (original similar to SB92) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2852.  By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Campbell, Lovejoy, Estep-Burton, Zukoff, Walker, Thompson, C., Dean, Higginbotham, Cooper and Kelly, J. - Increasing the expenditure for academic materials, supplies, and equipment - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2853.  By Del. Higginbotham, Jennings, Skaff, Queen, Phillips, Bibby, Wilson, Atkinson and Byrd - Establishing the West Virginia Program for Open Education Resources - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education

 

*2854.  By Del. Householder - Exempting sales from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax by not for profit volunteer school support groups raising funds for schools (original similar to SB457) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2855.  By Del. Householder - Allowing rebate moneys to be used for the operation and maintenance of accounting and transparency systems of the State Auditor - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2856.  By Del. Householder - Relating to the administration of the operating fund of the securities division of the Auditor’s office - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

 2857.  By Del. Campbell, Hornbuckle, Dean, Higginbotham, Fluharty, Barrett, Lavender-Bowe, Westfall and Atkinson - Relating to qualifications for a limited video lottery operator’s license - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2858.  By Del. Thompson, R., Hicks, Rodighiero and Evans - Permitting the taking of bait fish with a net not exceeding 12 foot in radius - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2859.  By Del. Waxman, Jeffries, D., Sypolt, Linville, Jennings, Jeffries, J., Rowan, Kelly, J., Atkinson, Evans and Thompson, R. - Authorizing certain teachers to use alternative teaching programs - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education

 

 2860.  By Del. Jennings, Hott, Phillips, Maynard and Hanna - Relating to mandatory drug testing of all classes of employees in K through 12 schools - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 2861.  By Del. Kelly, J. and Azinger - Local Control and Accountability Act (original similar to SB580) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2862.  By Del. Westfall, Queen, Atkinson, Thompson, R., Hornbuckle, Dean, Hamrick, Storch, Kelly, D., Mandt and Nelson - Relating to the Underwood-Smith scholarship and loan assistance program and teacher scholarship and loan program - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2863.  By Del. Rohrbach, Wilson, Pyles and Hansen - Establishing an advisory council on rare diseases - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2864.  By Del. Byrd, Criss, Rohrbach, Linville, Mandt, Lovejoy, Steele, Foster, Brown, N., Sponaugle and Thompson, R. - Increasing salaries of magistrates, supreme court justices, circuit court judges, and family court judges (original similar to SB353) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/2019

 

 2865.  By Del. Hamrick, Espinosa, Dean, Rodighiero, Hanna, Waxman, Westfall, Thompson, R., Higginbotham, Miley and Queen - Changing the school aid formula Step 7 allowances for instructional technology and enrollment advanced placement and dual credit - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 2866.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, J., Higginbotham, Pethtel and Porterfield - Relating to the termination, expiration, or cancellation of oil or natural gas leases - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 2867.  By Del. Householder, Higginbotham, Mandt, Foster, Linville, Graves, Steele, Pack, Espinosa and Wilson - Transferring the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to the Attorney General’s office (original similar to SB318) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2019

 

 2868.  By Del. Howell, McGeehan, Criss, Fast, Pack, Sypolt, Harshbarger, Hanna, Mandt, Bibby and Hardy - Requiring federal agencies register vehicles based in this state - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2869.  By Del. Lovejoy, Zukoff, Williams, Estep-Burton, Higginbotham, Evans, Brown, S., Lavender-Bowe, Hott and Canestraro - West Virginia Healthy Food Crop Block Grant Program - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2870.  By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Angelucci, Thompson, R., Hornbuckle, Evans, Zukoff, Campbell, Thompson, C., Estep-Burton, Dean and Toney - Reducing the number of students and schools that a school nurse must serve - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2871.  By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Angelucci, Walker, Zukoff, Caputo, Thompson, C., Estep-Burton, Rowe, Fleischauer, Brown, S. and Hornbuckle - Increasing the state minimum wage - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Industry and Labor then Finance

 

 2872.  By Del. Kelly, D., Caputo, Maynard, Kelly, J., Anderson, Hollen, Miller, Steele, Harshbarger and Lovejoy - Authorizing law-enforcement officers to assist the State Fire Marshal (original similar to SB526) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/12/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2873.  By Del. Doyle, Hornbuckle, Thompson, R., Evans, Pushkin, Longstreth, Brown, N., Angelucci, Fleischauer, Canestraro and Fluharty - Establishing an insurance program for health and medical insurance coverage to be offered in counties with limited insurance providers - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2874.  By Del. Bates, Barrett, Caputo, Lavender-Bowe, Campbell, Hornbuckle, Zukoff, Estep-Burton, Doyle, Thompson, R. and Brown, S. - Increasing annual compensation for the West Virginia State Police, public school teachers, and school service personnel - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 2875.  By Del. Kelly, J., Cadle, Criss, Hamrick, Jeffries, J., Mandt, Martin, C., Steele, Summers and Maynard - Relating generally to coal mine safety - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Energy

 

 2876.  By Del. Miller, Kelly, D., Steele, Kessinger, Maynard, Lovejoy and Robinson - Relating to the commission allowed to a sheriff for collection of taxes - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance

 

 2877.  By Del. Martin, P. and Martin, C. - Relating to charging a fee for parking in an accessible parking space bearing the international symbol of access - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2878.  By Del. Ellington, Rohrbach and Bates (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to updating the controlled substances listed on schedule one - Introduced 2/8/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/14/2019

 

 2879.  By Del. Harshbarger - Authorizing lifetime hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses for foster or adoptive children (original similar to SB279) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2880.  By Del. Hill, Dean, Jeffries, D., Angelucci, Rohrbach, Jennings, Miller, Bates and Sponaugle - Relating to training course in emergency cardiovascular care for telephonic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (original similar to SB519) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources

 

 2881.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Steele, Wilson, Bibby, Hardy, Jeffries, D., Ellington, Hollen and Linville - Altering the color scheme for county vehicle registration plates - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/12/2019

 

 2882.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Worrell, Wilson, Jeffries, D., Criss, Dean, Staggers and Rohrbach - Creating a health professionals’ student loan programs - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 2883.  By Del. Miller, Steele, Kessinger, Rohrbach, Canestraro, Kelly, D. and Lovejoy - Expanding the definitions of locations where enhanced penalties for selling controlled substances to a minor are applicable - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 2884.  By Del. Miller and Sypolt - Permitting the clerk of a circuit court to charge and collect a fee to search electronic records that requires special programming - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2885.  By Del. Rohrbach, Maynard, Paynter, Rodighiero, Miller, Worrell, Campbell, Graves, Hollen and Lovejoy - Increasing salaries for members of the West Virginia State Police (original similar to SB544) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Finance

 

*2886.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hartman, Phillips, Summers, Jeffries, D., Ellington, Hollen and Linville - Establishing requirements for a Division Motor Vehicles office or Division of Motor Vehicles Now kiosk to be present in a county - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2887.  By Del. Capito, Nelson and Lovejoy - Establishing a West Virginia business growth in low-income communities tax credit - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019

 

 2888.  By Del. Rodighiero - Allowing the Executive Director of the West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority to establish a work program - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2889.  By Del. Miller, Sypolt, Angelucci, Lovejoy and Robinson - Relating to judgment liens - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2890.  By Del. Rohrbach - Relating to the expansion of newborn testing to include Adrenoleukodystrophy - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2891.  By Del. Hicks, Rodighiero, Tomblin, Evans, Zukoff, Thompson, R., Walker and Skaff - Creating tax credits for new and/or existing small businesses - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 2892.  By Del. Canestraro, Miller, Kelly, D., Hollen, Brown, N. and Steele - Including digital and virtual information in the definition of property that can be searched and seized by a warrant - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2893.  By Del. Sponaugle, Hartman, Brown, N., Barrett, Thompson, C., Boggs, Pushkin, Ellington, Criss, Miley and Caputo - Increasing minimum salaries for Bureau for Child Support Enforcement attorneys - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 2894.  By Del. Malcolm, Jeffries, D., Graves, Higginbotham and Sypolt - Creating the offense of disturbing the peace by barking or howling dogs - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2895.  By Del. Miley and Queen - Allowing victims of certain crimes to get a restraining order - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2896.  By Del. Miley, Longstreth, Pyles, Fluharty, Estep-Burton, Hornbuckle, Williams, Pushkin, Staggers, Thompson, C. and Brown, N. - Establishing a program to monitor and regulate dangerous pharmaceutical distribution practices - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 2897.  By Del. Thompson, C., Hartman, Dean, Thompson, R., Lavender-Bowe, Estep-Burton, Boggs, Hornbuckle, Rowan, Brown, N. and Walker - Relating to driving restrictions in school zones - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Education

 

 2898.  By Del. Rodighiero, Evans, Thompson, R., Hicks, Tomblin, Wilson and Pyles - Relating to billing practices of public utilities - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2899.  By Del. Jeffries, J., Jeffries, D., Waxman, Fast, Porterfield, Maynard, Graves and Malcolm - Creating the West Virginia Intrastate Commerce Improvement Act - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 2900.  By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Campbell, Paynter, Zukoff, Thompson, R., Wilson, Atkinson, Jeffries, J. and Hartman - Relating to the right to farm (original similar to SB393) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*2901.  By Del. Storch, Nelson, Skaff, Sponaugle, Fluharty, Graves, McGeehan, Westfall, Rowe, Barrett and Householder - Allowing for the establishment of a secondary location for racetrack video lottery terminals - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2902.  By Del. Pushkin, Criss, Rohrbach, Butler, Brown, S., Estep-Burton, Walker, Sponaugle, Lovejoy and Pyles - Relating to wages of persons with disabilities - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2903.  By Del. Rodighiero, Brown, N., Tomblin, Thompson, R., Wilson, Kessinger, Steele, Dean, Hamrick, Hicks and Westfall - Fetal Heartbeat Act - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2904.  By Del. Hanna, Martin, P., Paynter, Campbell, Jeffries, J., Porterfield, Angelucci and Brown, S. - Implementing drug testing for legislators of the State of West Virginia - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2905.  By Del. Hicks, Rodighiero, Tomblin, Evans, Zukoff, Thompson, R., Walker and Skaff - Requiring the amount of child support to be paid is effective from the date the petition for the modification was filed - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2906.  By Del. Hicks, Rodighiero, Tomblin, Evans, Zukoff, Thompson, R., Walker and Pyles - Providing for security of private, employer-sponsored insurance and/or retirement plans - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

*2907.  By Del. Steele, Miller, Caputo and Maynard - Requiring a form of a certified commitment order to the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation (original similar to SB525) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

 2908.  By Del. Westfall, Ellington and Porterfield - Relating to HIV testing (original similar to SB545) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

 

 2909.  By Del. Westfall and Porterfield - Relating to definition of terms (original similar to HB2993, SB485, SB524) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2910.  By Del. Kessinger and Hardy - Eliminating the automatic voter registration program - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2911.  By Del. Evans, Wilson, Rodighiero, Hansen, Doyle, Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Bibby, Fleischauer, Brown, S. and Zukoff - Permitting third party ownership of on-site renewable and alternative generating facilities (original similar to SB409) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary

 

 2912.  By Del. Campbell, Hornbuckle, Estep-Burton, Lavender-Bowe, Caputo, Boggs, Miller, Pack, Rohrbach, Canestraro and Byrd - Requiring the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to increase by one percent, the monthly annuity payment for each retirant - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 2913.  By Del. Campbell, Canestraro, Williams, Staggers, Lavender-Bowe, Byrd, Hornbuckle, Estep-Burton and Higginbotham - Relating to language development milestones (original similar to SB299) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Education

 

 2914.  By Del. Miley, Queen, Hamrick, Waxman, Fleischauer, Pethtel, Fluharty and Zukoff - Establishing commissioners for out-of-state notarizations of documents relating to West Virginia property - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2915.  By Del. Worrell, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Fast, Mandt, Harshbarger, Steele, Wilson, Hollen, Shott and Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Restricting the performance of abortions and acquiring, providing, receiving, otherwise transferring, or using fetal body parts - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2916.  By Del. Sponaugle, Barrett, Householder, Criss, Bates, Ellington, Pushkin, Skaff, Miley, Caputo and Brown, S. - Expanding the ability of hard cider manufactures to produce hard cider in this state - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2917.  By Del. Campbell, Paynter, Thompson, R., Hornbuckle, Lavender-Bowe, Pack, Skaff, Thompson, C. and Evans - Relating to classroom teachers retaining seniority - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Education

 

 2918.  By Del. Campbell, Lavender-Bowe, Caputo, Boggs, Hornbuckle, Thompson, R., Skaff, Evans, Longstreth and Canestraro - Imposing an additional assessment on certain real property - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance

 

 2919.  By Del. Barrett, Householder, Dean, Hornbuckle, Westfall, Rohrbach, Bibby, Campbell, Doyle, Brown, S. and Thompson, C. - Establishing an Education Employees Fund (original similar to SB578) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Education

 

 2920.  By Del. Doyle, Hornbuckle, Brown, S., Pushkin and Evans - Creating state and local law-enforcement review boards - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2921.  By Del. Campbell, Thompson, R., Skaff, Thompson, C., Evans and Longstreth - Extending period in which county boards of education may hire certified, retired teachers in areas of critical shortages of certified teachers - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Education

 

 2922.  By Del. Barrett, Brown, S. and Canestraro - Relating to requirements to obtain a final order of discharge and dismissal for possession of opiates or opioids (original similar to SB62) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2923.  By Del. Jennings, Kelly, J., Graves, Kessinger, Cooper, Jeffries, J., Hanna, Mandt, Cadle and Hardy - Reforming the practice of securing state insurance (original similar to SB552) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2924.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Hamrick and Graves - Permitting the West Virginia Tourism Office to decide to contract with the Division of Highways to sell advertising space on the WV511 website - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2925.  By Del. Rowe, Robinson and Estep-Burton - Changing the title of the Commissioner of Culture and History to the Curator of Arts, Culture, and History - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2926.  By Del. Rowe, Longstreth, Robinson, Estep-Burton, Pyles, Queen, Westfall, Bates, McGeehan, Evans and Miller - Requiring the Secretary of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs to study the housing needs of veterans - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2927.  By Del. Miley, Householder, Cowles, Longstreth, Sponaugle, Westfall, Walker, Queen, Brown, S., Hansen and Bates - Establishing a tax credit for a taxpayer family member of a child in the custody of the taxpayer due to the addiction of one or both parents - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance

 

 2928.  By Del. Foster, Martin, P. and Criss - Relating to the Public Service Commission - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

*2929.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C. and Hamrick - Authorizing the West Virginia Tourism Office to enter into an agreement with the Division of Highways to provide staff at the welcome centers - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2930.  By Del. Miley, Barrett, Caputo, Diserio and Robinson - Relating to emergency vehicles (original similar to SB232) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2931.  By Del. Summers - Clarifying that the State Lottery Commission has no authority over nonlottery games - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2932.  By Del. Barrett and Householder - Transferring regulation and licensing of charitable bingo, charitable raffles, and charitable raffle boards - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*2933.  By Del. Shott and Lovejoy - Modifying the criminal penalties imposed on a parent, guardian or custodian for child abuse resulting in injury - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2934.  By Del. Barrett, Householder, Westfall, Bates, Graves, Fluharty, Criss, Sponaugle, Williams, Skaff and Storch - West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2935.  By Del. Miley, Thompson, C., Rowe, Walker, Rohrbach and Campbell - Relating to licensing of drivers utilizing bioptic telescopic devices - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 2936.  By Del. Pushkin, Rodighiero, Evans, Zukoff, Hill, Dean, Hornbuckle and Byrd - Relating to medical cannabis organizations - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2937.  By Del. Cowles - Increasing fees for late payment of self-storage rental fees - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance

 

 2938.  By Del. Hanna, Toney and Martin, C. - Relating to vocational and technical education programs - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Education

 

 2939.  By Del. Caputo, Boggs, Maynard, Pethtel, Longstreth, Sponaugle, Hartman, Williams, Angelucci, Lovejoy and Staggers - West Virginia Call Center Jobs Act of 2019 - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Government Organization

 

 2940.  By Del. Storch, Kelly, D., Howell, Miller, Steele and Canestraro - Relating to admissibility of evidence (original similar to SB61) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2941.  By Del. Graves, Higginbotham, Kessinger, Summers, Barrett, Lavender-Bowe, Storch, Steele, Queen, Doyle and Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Reinstating the film investment tax credit - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance

 

 2942.  By Del. Cadle, Cooper, Hardy, Paynter, Staggers, Westfall, Howell, Pack, Azinger, Wilson and Waxman - Relating to the contents of driver’s license - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2943.  By Del. Hansen, Walker, Skaff, Estep-Burton, Byrd, Pushkin, Fleischauer, Pyles, Williams, Steele and Robinson - Relating to deliveries by wine specialty shop - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 2944.  By Del. Fleischauer, Jennings, Angelucci, Pyles, Williams, Kelly, D., Sypolt, Miley, Walker, Hansen and Hamrick - Relating to paving contracts - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

*2945.  By Del. Miley, Caputo, Lavender-Bowe, Householder, Nelson and Bates - Relating to vendors paying a single annual fee for a permit issued by a local health department - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2946.  By Del. Criss, Hill, Wilson, Dean, Boggs, Harshbarger, Kelly, J., Kelly, D., Foster, Phillips and Cadle - Clarifying Public Service Commission jurisdiction over water and sewer utilities owned by political subdivisions (original similar to SB467) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

*2947.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Rohrbach and Atkinson - Relating generally to telemedicine prescription practice requirements and exceptions - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2948.  By Del. Westfall - West Virginia Agriculture Investment Fund and the West Virginia Agriculture Investment Program - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 2949.  By Del. Linville, Higginbotham, Harshbarger, Kelly, D., Hill, Cadle, Toney, Howell, Paynter and Cooper - Requiring applications for an instruction permit or a driver’s license desires to contain an option for contributions to the West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2950.  By Del. Barrett, Hardy, Householder, Sponaugle, Williams and Longstreth - Relating to employees of local boards of health (original similar to SB24) - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Finance

 

 2951.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Ellington, Staggers, Hill and Hansen - Placing the regulation of non-medical professions and occupations in a new chapter of the code - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2952.  By Del. Kelly, J., Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Summers, Dean, Higginbotham, Waxman, Hanna, Wilson, Jennings, Butler and Hamrick - Reducing the personnel of the State Department of Education - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Education

 

 2953.  By Del. Summers and Hill - Permitting a critical access hospital to become a community outpatient medical center (original similar to SB593) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2954.  By Del. Summers - Defining certain terms used in insurance (original similar to SB591) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2955.  By Del. Criss, Pushkin, Robinson, Swartzmiller, Wilson, Estep-Burton and Pyles - Adding one member to the Medicaid Advisory Panel from the West Virginia Chiropractic Society - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2956.  By Del. Fleischauer, Lavender-Bowe, Longstreth, Kessinger, Malcolm, Rohrbach, Walker, Diserio, Pushkin, Brown, S. and Staggers - Expanding comprehensive coverage for pregnant women through Medicaid (original similar to SB559, SB564) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2957.  By Del. Paynter, Pack, Jeffries, J., Cooper, Maynard, Porterfield, Lavender-Bowe, Campbell, Thompson, R. and Toney - Permitting residential customers to deduct up to 50 percent of their electric utility payments from their federal adjusted gross income - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 2958.  By Del. Maynard, Westfall, Jennings, Pack, Paynter, Miller, Lovejoy, Linville, Jeffries, J. and Angelucci - Authorizing the State Auditor to conduct regular financial examinations or audits of all volunteer fire companies - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2959.  By Del. Hanna, Wilson and Maynard - Relating to unlawful panhandling and solicitation - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2960.  By Del. Anderson, Higginbotham, Azinger, Hollen and Nelson - Relating to entry onto private property for certain purposes by a federally regulated natural gas company - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Energy

 

 2961.  By Del. Fast, Martin, C., Foster, Mandt, Howell, Butler and Steele - Permitting the commissioner to require a water supply system be equipped with a backflow prevention assembly - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

 2962.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Miley, Lovejoy, Fluharty, Hamrick, Dean, Rohrbach, Maynard, Pushkin, Brown, S. and Byrd - Providing a four-day sales tax holiday for certain school supplies - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2963.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Thompson, R., Lovejoy, Dean, Rohrbach, Paynter, Lavender-Bowe, Worrell, Walker, Brown, S. and Sponaugle - Modifying the school calendar - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Education

 

 2964.  By Del. Kessinger, Hardy, Bibby and Hill - Relating generally to the Rural Rehabilitation Loan Program (original similar to SB627) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2965.  By Del. Hamrick, Hornbuckle, Williams, Butler, Lovejoy and Atkinson - Providing that schools that do not follow protocol on head injuries in interscholastic athletes are subject to disciplinary actions (original similar to SB605) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Education

 

 2966.  By Del. Harshbarger and Steele - County Budget Flexibility Act - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 2967.  By Del. Hardy, Bibby, Barrett, Espinosa, Cowles, Householder, Mandt, Linville, Wilson, Jeffries, D. and Rowan - Permitting a county to retain the excise taxes for the privilege of transferring title of real estate - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2968.  By Del. Nelson, Espinosa, Barrett, Byrd, McGeehan, Criss and Porterfield - Adding remote service unit to the definition of customer bank communications terminals (original similar to SB634) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2969.  By Del. Westfall, Nelson and Porterfield - Amending the definition of mortgage loan originator (original similar to HB3060) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2970.  By Del. Campbell, Lavender-Bowe, Hanna, Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Toney, Butler, Hill, Kelly, J., Higginbotham and Canestraro - Jeff Jones Act - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 2971.  By Del. Linville, Maynard, Bates, Boggs, Williams, Criss, Graves, Hardy and Pyles - Permitting public libraries to purchase or contract with the most fiscally responsible Internet service providers - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2972.  By Del. Fleischauer, Miley, Pyles, Walker, Diserio, Caputo, Angelucci, Brown, S., Swartzmiller, Lovejoy and Bates - Authorizing local units of government to adopt local energy efficiency partnership programs (original similar to HB2973) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2973.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, J., Porterfield, Criss, Westfall, Williams, Rowe and Bates - Local Energy Efficiency Partnership Act (original similar to HB2972) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 2974.  By Del. Jeffries, D., Howell, Pack, Graves, Bibby, Jeffries, J., Steele, Harshbarger, Foster and Malcolm - Exempting businesses relating to transporting certain used tires to storage, disposal, or recycling locations from provisions of chapter - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2975.  By Del. Miller and Kelly, D. - Relating to imposition of sexual acts on persons incarcerated - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/20/2019 - To Senate 2/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2976.  By Del. Linville, Higginbotham, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Skaff, Foster, Hardy, Maynard and Nelson - Economic Diversification Act of 2019 - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2977.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Ellington, Hill and Hansen - Permitting the Board of Dentistry to create specialty certifications - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2978.  By Del. Rohrbach, Waxman, Bates and Pyles - Improving the quality of West Virginia’s Medicaid program (original similar to SB609) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2979.  By Del. Miller, Caputo, Paynter, Tomblin, Maynard and Pyles - Relating to abandoned mines - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Energy

 

*2980.  By Del. Paynter, Dean, Maynard, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miller and Shott - Mine Trespass Act - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2981.  By Del. Westfall - Relating generally to the Rural Rehabilitation Loan Program - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2982.  By Del. Howell, Hott, Pack, Cadle, Martin, C. and Hamrick - Amending and updating the laws relating to auctioneers (original similar to SB619) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2983.  By Del. Porterfield and Bibby - Relating to therapeutic rights of minors - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2984.  By Del. Martin, C. and Harshbarger - Relating to the licensing process for hunting and fishing licenses (original similar to SB577) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2985.  By Del. Porterfield and Bibby - West Virginia Faith Freedom Act - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2986.  By Del. Queen and Kessinger - Requiring retail pet stores to complete registration forms required by the county assessor - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2987.  By Del. Bates - Relating to Involuntary treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2988.  By Del. Rohrbach and Pyles - Relating to tobacco usage restrictions - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 2989.  By Del. Rohrbach - State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability Act - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 2990.  By Del. Kump - Redistricting of the Senate - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2991.  By Del. Rohrbach, Ellington and Bates (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to the Ryan Brown Addiction Prevention and Recovery Fund - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To House Finance 2/8/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 2992.  By Del. Pack, Howell, Pyles, Jeffries, J., Phillips, Hott, Hansen, Tomblin, Nelson, Martin, C. and Sypolt (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to governmental websites - Introduced 2/11/2019 - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/18/2019

 

 2993.  By Del. Westfall - Defining a reduction in coverage and clarifying what is a termination for property insurance (original similar to HB2909, SB485) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 2994.  By Del. Linville, Mandt, Criss, Pyles and Thompson, C. - Requiring cursive writing to be taught in grades K-5 - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

 2995.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Providing county commissioners an ongoing mechanism to consider compensation increases for elected officials (original similar to HB3088, SB615) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 2996.  By Del. McGeehan and Howell - Repealing the article on unfair trade practices - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2997.  By Del. Higginbotham, Kessinger and Waxman - Conforming the state Consumer Credit and Protection Act to the federal Fair Debt Collection and Practices Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2998.  By Del. Kessinger - Relating to agricultural and forest seeds - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 2999.  By Del. Walker, Thompson, C., Pushkin and Pyles - Relating to state certification of industrial hemp and medical cannabis seed - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 3000.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Relating to crimes against public justice (original similar to SB295) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3001.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Increasing compensation of county board of education members - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 3002.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Expanding county commissions’ ability to dispose of county or district property - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3003.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Relating generally to the effect on regular levy rate when appraisal results in tax increase (original similar to SB614) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 3004.  By Del. Walker, Pyles, Higginbotham, Angelucci, Skaff, Maynard, Thompson, C., Pushkin and Brown, S. - Amending the industrial hemp development act consistent with federal law - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 3005.  By Del. Kessinger - Requiring patients who are pregnant while undergoing medication-assisted treatment to receive prenatal care - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 3006.  By Del. Fleischauer, Rowe, Pushkin, Pyles and Thompson, C. - Providing school day to register and transport students to vote (original similar to HB2395) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*3007.  By Del. Nelson, Harshbarger, Cadle, Atkinson, Cooper, Pack and Porterfield - Authorizing the Commissioner of Agriculture to require background checks - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3008.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Reentry Task Force - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3009.  By Del. Hornbuckle and Brown, S. - The Young Professional Tax Credits - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3010.  By Del. Skaff, Rowe, Byrd, Pushkin, Robinson, Estep-Burton and Malcolm - Establishing a 911 Emergency Services Retirement System (original similar to SB616) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 3011.  By Del. Thompson, C., Brown, S., Sponaugle, Fleischauer, Estep-Burton and Lavender-Bowe - Prohibiting provisions within settlement agreements that prevent the disclosure of factual information related to a claim filed in a civil action - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3012.  By Del. Kessinger, Toney, Martin, P., Linville, Hill, Queen, Worrell, Capito, Maynard, Harshbarger and Hanna - Providing new graduates of an in-state or out-of-state higher educational institution a tax credit on the personal property tax - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 3013.  By Del. Skaff, Brown, S., Estep-Burton, Williams, Zukoff, Angelucci, Walker, Hornbuckle and Thompson, C. - College Graduate Tax Credit - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3014.  By Del. Butler - Aligning the salary of the Director of the State Rail Authority with similar positions in state government (original similar to SB554) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3015.  By Del. Skaff, Estep-Burton, Brown, S., Williams, Zukoff, Angelucci, Walker, Linville, Queen and Hornbuckle - West Virginia Residential Incentive Tax Credit Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3016.  By Del. Butler and Porterfield - Relating to the State Aeronautics Commission (original similar to SB562) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 3017.  By Del. Kessinger and Foster - Relating to the deregulation of natural gas for certain consumers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Energy

 

 3018.  By Del. Shott - Relating to the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency’s reimbursement of air-ambulance providers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 3019.  By Del. Jeffries, D., Fleischauer, Miley, Malcolm, Atkinson, Ellington, Worrell, Pack, Summers, Fast and Bibby - Health Care Transparency Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3020.  By Del. Espinosa - Relating to sole source contracts for goods and services with nonprofit corporations affiliated with the respective education institutions - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

*3021.  By Del. Espinosa - Relating to the disposition of permit fees, registration fees and civil penalties imposed against thoroughbred horse racing licensees - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3022.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Nelson - Requiring the Governor to fix the salaries of certain state appointed officers after the office is vacated - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3023.  By Del. Barrett - Including home confinement officers in definition of law-enforcement officers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*3024.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Atkinson and Nelson - West Virginia Business Ready Sites Program (original similar to HB3092) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3025.  By Del. Westfall, Maynard, Graves, Pushkin, Canestraro and Miller - Providing for the Racing Commission to approve number of racing days requested by racing association - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3026.  By Del. Hornbuckle and Thompson, C. - Establishing a tax credit for businesses who hire, promote and develop women and minorities into executive, professional or administrative roles - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

 3027.  By Del. Butler - Relating generally to the West Virginia Highway Design-Build Pilot Program (original similar to SB538) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 3028.  By Del. Hornbuckle - Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3029.  By Del. Pyles and Diserio - Requiring court reporters be licensed - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3030.  By Del. Pyles, Longstreth, Staggers, Diserio, Swartzmiller, Doyle, Rowan and Thompson, C. - Relating to the West Virginia Public Employees Retirement Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 3031.  By Del. Martin, C., Howell, Paynter, Fleischauer, Hansen, Walker, Pyles, Nelson and Hott - Permitting the Alcohol Beverage Control Administration to request the assistance of law enforcement (original similar to SB561) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3032.  By Del. Cadle, Cooper, Howell, Harshbarger, Hott, Westfall, Sponaugle, Linville and Porterfield - Modifying the types of bolts and arrows that may be used in crossbow hunting - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 3033.  By Del. Lovejoy, Fluharty, Lavender-Bowe, Walker, Fleischauer, Robinson, Diserio, Canestraro, Campbell, Pushkin and Miller - Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Fund (original similar to SB19) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 3034.  By Del. Lovejoy, Canestraro, Fluharty, Miller and Campbell - Relating to Deputy Sheriff Retirement System - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 3035.  By Del. Pyles, Pushkin, Longstreth, Staggers, Rowe, Diserio, Swartzmiller, Doyle, Canestraro and Rowan - Members of certain state, county, and municipal public employee retirement plans option to purchase credit for Peace Corps service - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 3036.  By Del. Sponaugle, Miller, Hott, Thompson, C., Boggs, Hartman, Brown, N., Staggers, Barrett, Caputo and Miley - Relating to the West Virginia State Police Retirement System - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 3037.  By Del. Campbell, Higginbotham, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Pack, Paynter, Wilson, Angelucci, Miller, Maynard and Longstreth - Relating to criminal procedure - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3038.  By Del. Pushkin, Brown, S., Estep-Burton, Williams, Barrett, Maynard, Lavender-Bowe, Hornbuckle, Thompson, C. and Pyles - Increasing access to contraceptive drugs, devices, and procedures - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3039.  By Del. Foster, Phillips, Malcolm and Jeffries, D. - Relating to a court’s consideration of the expression of a preference by a child in certain child custody matters - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3040.  By Del. Foster and Steele - Repealing the law which makes prime contractors liable for the failure of subcontractors to make proper payments for workers’ compensation - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 3041.  By Del. Fleischauer, Walker, Hansen, Williams, Byrd, McGeehan, Phillips, Zukoff, Storch and Wilson - Relating to electioneering or distributing literature at early voting locations - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 3042.  By Del. Foster, Westfall, Kessinger, Maynard, Brown, S. and Skaff - Requiring prescriptions be made by electronic means (original similar to SB620) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3043.  By Del. Foster - Clarifying that municipalities may enact ordinances for rates, fees, and charges based upon actual use of services - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3044.  By Del. Williams, Summers, Fleischauer, Pyles, Walker, Hansen, Caputo, Miley, Zukoff, Queen and Sypolt - Requiring the Commissioner of Highways to develop a formula for allocating road funds - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3045.  By Del. Cowles, Maynard, Barrett, Skaff, Boggs, Williams and Porterfield - Exempting certain complimentary hotel rooms from hotel occupancy tax - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3046.  By Del. Doyle, Lavender-Bowe, Campbell and Brown, S. - Relating to compensation paid to landowners when interest in property taken by eminent domain is for a nongovernmental entity - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3047.  By Del. Maynard, Hollen, Pack, Angelucci, Linville, Lovejoy, Miller, Paynter, Jeffries, J., Jennings and Queen - Providing that moneys in the West Virginia Emergency Medical Services Retirement Fund are exempt from taxation, garnishment and other process (original similar to SB288) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3048.  By Del. Staggers, Steele, Angelucci, Miley, Shott and Pyles - Permitting adjunct professors to serve on the institutional governing boards - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

 3049.  By Del. Staggers, Angelucci, Jennings, Maynard and Summers - Improving dissemination of boiled water advisories to affected communities - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 3050.  By Del. Howell, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Householder, Pack, Boggs, Hamrick, Miley, Storch, Wilson and Byrd - West Virginia Municipal Broadband Expansion Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3051.  By Del. Bibby, Hardy, Cooper, Jeffries, J., Espinosa, Waxman, Wilson, Paynter, Fast, Martin, C. and Jeffries, D. - Relating to requiring state, county, and municipal government agencies to provide all employees an annual statement of total compensation - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3052.  By Del. Fleischauer, Pushkin, Brown, N., Hill, Hartman, Sponaugle, Thompson, C., Miley, Lavender-Bowe, Estep-Burton and Walker - Ensuring coverage for residents with preexisting conditions (original similar to SB528) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 3053.  By Del. Hott, Harshbarger, Martin, C., Kelly, D., Sponaugle, Rowan, Westfall, Phillips, Hollen, Toney and Mandt - Relating to rules for hunting antlered deer - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

 3054.  By Del. Howell, Martin, C., Pack, Hamrick and Wilson - Relating to the state agency for surplus property - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3055.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Doyle, Pyles, Longstreth and Diserio - Permitting levies to pass with a majority of the vote - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3056.  By Del. Pethtel - Providing protections, under certain circumstances, to owners of livestock and other domestic animals - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 3057.  By Del. Shott - Relating to the Adult Drug Court Participation Fund - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 3058.  By Del. Hornbuckle, Pushkin, Longstreth, Skaff, Hicks, Diserio, Caputo and Staggers - Granting full time employees of county boards of education three months of paid leave following the birth of a child - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3059.  By Del. Campbell, Higginbotham, Canestraro, Lovejoy, Lavender-Bowe, Harshbarger, Pack, Wilson, Worrell, Angelucci and Diserio - Relating to buck deer rifle hunting season - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 3060.  By Del. Criss - Amending the definition of mortgage loan originator (original similar to HB2969) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 3061.  By Del. Nelson, Criss, Westfall, Skaff and Hartman - Relating to requirements for making consumer loans in West Virginia - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 3062.  By Del. Porterfield - Relating to sale of delinquent tax liens - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3063.  By Del. Bibby, Hardy, Espinosa, Summers, Kessinger, Westfall, Hanna, Wilson, Butler, Higginbotham and Cooper - Relating to a home Instruction and private school tax credit - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 3064.  By Del. Steele - Establishing an intravenous drug user treatment and commitment process - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary

 

 3065.  By Del. Hansen - Orphan Oil and Gas Well Prevention Act (original similar to SB576) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Energy

 

 3066.  By Del. Steele - Relating to extended supervision for certain drug offenders - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3067.  By Del. Westfall - Relating to third-party litigation financing - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3068.  By Del. Thompson, C., Angelucci, Fleischauer, Lavender-Bowe and Pyles - Relating to sales by pet stores of dogs, cats or rabbits - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3069.  By Del. Shott - Relating to the right of certain persons to limit possession of firearms on premises - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3070.  By Del. Hollen, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Staggers, Boggs, Graves, Rohrbach and Zukoff - Relating to the accrued benefit of retirees in the West Virginia State Police Retirement System (original similar to SB539) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2019

 

 3071.  By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Rohrbach, Rowe, Fleischauer, Doyle, Staggers, Thompson, C., Zukoff, Estep-Burton and Walker - Relating to electronic cigarettes - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

 3072.  By Del. Fleischauer and Pyles - Permitting customers and developers to enter into solar power purchase agreements - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Energy

 

 3073.  By Del. Skaff, Steele, Robinson, Capito and Byrd - Authorizing a court administrator to make determinations of financial eligibility for public defender services - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3074.  By Del. Foster - Ensuring that legal or biological parents have equal access to any and all copies of birth registry forms - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3075.  By Del. Criss - Terminating the Public Service Commission - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3076.  By Del. Criss - Transferring jurisdiction over vehicle weight enforcement and excess weight permit issuances to the State Police - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

 3077.  By Del. Skaff, Estep-Burton, Pushkin, Byrd, Walker, Rowe, Robinson and Pyles - Permitting election day registration of voters - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

 

 3078.  By Del. Estep-Burton, Thompson, C., Lavender-Bowe, Doyle and Pyles - Relating generally to paid family and medical leave - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 3079.  By Del. Zukoff, Storch and Pyles - Relating to withholding tax on income from natural resources royalty payments - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Energy then Finance

 

 3080.  By Del. Skaff, Rowe, Hornbuckle, Boggs, Ellington, Sponaugle, Longstreth, Williams and Pyles - Redirecting a percentage of any surplus to state institutions of higher education to restore their state allocation funding levels - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3081.  By Del. Fluharty, Lovejoy, Hornbuckle, Maynard, Bates, Hansen, Pushkin and Pyles - Relating to Good Samaritan Food Donation Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3082.  By Del. Fluharty and Barrett - Repealing antiquated provisions relating to gaming activities - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

 3083.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley - Adding temporary work during the legislative session as exclusion to the term employment for purposes of unemployment compensation - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3084.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementary appropriation to Governor’s Office, Civil Contingent Fund (original similar to SB424) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3085.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementary appropriation to the State Board of Education (original similar to SB435) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3086.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing contracts for services related to response, recovery or relief of a declared state of emergency to be entered into without bidding (original similar to SB570) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3087.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to interagency procurement of commodities and services (original similar to SB569) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3088.  By Del. Miley, Miller and Canestraro - Providing county commissioners an ongoing mechanism to consider compensation increases for elected officials (original similar to HB2995, SB615) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

 3089.  By Del. Miley, Pushkin, Staggers, Estep-Burton, Angelucci, Lavender-Bowe, Bates and Walker - Modifying licensing requirements for the practice of telemedicine and surgery or podiatry (original similar to SB464) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3090.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Relating to employment, promotion and transfer of professional personnel by county boards of education - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

 3091.  By Del. Sypolt - Relating to a person being required to undergo a psychological or mental health evaluation during divorce or child custody proceeding - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3092.  By Del. Atkinson, Kelly, J., Westfall, Criss, Jeffries, D., Jennings, Hollen, Butler, Martin, P. and Cowles - Creating a pilot program to encourage utility infrastructure development to certain lands (original similar to HB3024) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3093.  By Del. Cowles, Porterfield and Rohrbach - Relating to standards for factory-built homes - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3094.  By Del. Longstreth, Fleischauer, Doyle, Pyles, Williams, Pushkin, Zukoff and Evans - Relating to political affiliation of elected officials - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3095.  By Del. Summers, Hollen, Graves, Anderson, Malcolm, Pack, Pethtel and Evans - Establishing a minimum monthly retirement annuity for certain retirants - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/2019 - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3096.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Relating to four-year higher education - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3097.  By Del. Skaff, Barrett, Williams, Boggs, Storch, Maynard and Miley - West Virginia Innovation Free-Trade Business Technology Property Valuation Act and the West Virginia Innovation Free-Trade Tax Credit Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3098.  By Del. Williams, Lavender-Bowe, Thompson, C., Estep-Burton, Westfall, Cooper, Campbell, Fluharty, Pushkin and Pyles - Allowing the same business owner to brew and sell beer to also distill and sell liquor - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3099.  By Del. Pushkin, Criss, Estep-Burton, Robinson, Fluharty, Skaff and Pyles - Relating to eliminating payments to the Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner from distilleries and mini-distilleries - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3100.  By Del. Espinosa, Cowles and Householder - Clarifying certain provisions of the Nonintoxicating Beer Act (original similar to SB529) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3101.  By Del. Westfall - Modernizing certain nonintoxicating beer, nonintoxicating craft beer, beer, wine, and liquor laws by permitting certain hours of operation - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3102.  By Del. Espinosa, Cowles, Summers, Householder and Westfall - Creating alternating wine proprietorships for wineries and farm wineries - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3103.  By Del. Espinosa and Householder - Authorizing operators of a distillery or mini-distillery to offer for purchase and consumption liquor on the premises - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3104.  By Del. Hamrick - Relating to exception to restrictions on nonresident brewers, manufacturers and distributors - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3105.  By Del. Espinosa - Permitting the Alcohol Beverage Control Administration to request the assistance of law enforcement - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3106.  By Del. Howell, Martin, C., Hamrick and Wilson - Requiring retail licensees to purchase at least 10 percent of available SKUs from the commissioner - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3107.  By Del. Brown, S. and Pyles - Requiring the Secretary of the Department of Revenue to post on the Internet a unified economic development report - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 3108.  By Del. Brown, S., Hornbuckle, Williams, Pyles, Byrd, Walker and Lavender-Bowe - Relating to the normalization of cannabis laws - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3109.  By Del. Brown, S., Angelucci, Walker and Pyles - Implementing the Statewide Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit Tracking System - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3110.  By Del. Brown, S., Hanna, Angelucci and Walker - Removing the statute of limitations on any misdemeanor which involves a child under 18 years of age - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3111.  By Del. Brown, S. - Creating the Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

 3112.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Relating to job creation and incentives - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3113.  By Del. Byrd and Pyles - Directing county school boards to construct covered bus stops - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3114.  By Del. Sypolt - Eliminating the requirement that schools be closed on election days - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 3115.  By Del. Pushkin - Extending the prescription length of certain life sustaining emergency prescriptions - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources

 

 3116.  By Del. Caputo, Hartman, Hornbuckle and Howell - Removing current limitations on sales of nonintoxicating beer and nonintoxicating craft beer growlers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 3117.  By Del. Sypolt and Jennings - Prohibiting the Legislature from negotiating with illegal strikers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3118.  By Del. Sypolt - Relating to mandatory drug testing for state legislators and teachers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 3119.  By Del. Azinger - Relating generally to the ethical standards for elected and appointed officials and public employees (original similar to SB507) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3120.  By Del. Doyle, Pyles and Hansen - West Virginia Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Control Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization

 

 3121.  By Del. Brown, S., Pyles, Zukoff, Walker and Lavender-Bowe - Enacting fair workweek employment standards - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

 3122.  By Del. Brown, S., Pyles, Zukoff, Walker and Lavender-Bowe - Requiring state institutions of higher education adopt policies and programs relating to sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Judiciary

 

 3123.  By Del. Brown, S., Pyles and Lavender-Bowe - Taxpayer Protection Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3124.  By Del. Fleischauer, Higginbotham, Walker, Brown, S., Miley, Thompson, C., Linville, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Fluharty and Byrd - Prohibiting civil rights violations based on disability, gender identity or sexual orientation (original similar to SB484) - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 3125.  By Del. Doyle, Campbell, Lavender-Bowe, Zukoff, Evans, Dean, Hornbuckle, Pyles and Brown, N. - Coordinating a plan to provide the first two years of post-secondary education for free - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

 3126.  By Del. Queen - Providing an exemption from the consumer sales and service tax for purchases of certain services and tangible personal property sold for the repair, remodeling and maintenance of aircraft - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

 3127.  By Del. Ellington, Porterfield, Kessinger, Fast, Wilson, Jennings and Worrell - Relating to the Secondary School Activities Commission and participation by home schooled students - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

 3128.  By Del. Toney, Paynter, Hornbuckle, Campbell, Dean and Evans - Changing the recommended guidelines for full-day and half-day cooks to the minimum ratio of one cook for every 110 meals - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/2019

 

 3129.  By Del. Hornbuckle and Higginbotham - Be Exceptional Starting Today Act - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 3130.  By Del. Toney, Phillips, Steele, Pack, Lovejoy, Maynard, Paynter, Dean, Hornbuckle, Campbell and Evans - Creating three separate job titles for school bus operators - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Education

 

 3131.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Rohrbach, Hollen, Pack, Atkinson, Jeffries, D. and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to providing salary adjustments to employees of the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 2/13/2019 - To House Government Organization 2/13/2019

 

 3132.  By Del. Rohrbach (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to exempting providers that serve no more than 30 patients with office-based medication-assisted treatment - Introduced 2/15/2019 - To House Health and Human Resources 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*3133.  By Del. Rohrbach, Pushkin and Robinson (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to requiring a parolee or probationer found to have suffered with addiction to participate in a support service - Introduced 2/15/2019 - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3134.  By Del. Shott, Hollen, Canestraro, Steele, Byrd and Harshbarger (Originating in House Judiciary) - Establishing criminal penalties for negligent homicide, and increasing criminal penalties for reckless driving - Introduced 2/19/2019 - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3135.  By Del. Criss, Cowles, Ellington, Espinosa, Hardy, Rowan, Barrett, Hartman, Longstreth, Rowe and Williams (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Commerce, Development Office - Introduced 2/20/2019 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3136.  By Del. Householder, Hardy, Butler, Espinosa and Criss (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Introduced 2/21/2019 - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3137.  By Del. Householder, Graves, Hardy, Ellington, Maynard, Hill, Linville and Espinosa (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to the personal income tax fund - Introduced 2/21/2019 - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 3138.  By Del. Capito, Hollen and Mandt (Originating in House Judiciary) - Relating to increasing salaries of certain state officers - Introduced 2/21/2019 - To House Finance 2/21/2019

 

 

ALL HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 1.        By Del. McGeehan - Super-Majority Required for Passage of Tax Bill Amendment (original similar to HJR19) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 2.        By Del. Caputo - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 3.        By Del. Bates - Term Limits for Senators and Delegates in the West Virginia Legislature - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 4.        By Del. Wilson and Rowan - Life Begins at Conception Amendment - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 5.        By Del. Wilson and Kump - Senators and Delegates Service Limit Amendment (original similar to HJR16) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 6.        By Del. Bates - State Apportionment Commission (original similar to HJR22) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 7.        By Del. Sponaugle - Volunteer Emergency Service Personnel Property Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 8.        By Del. Sponaugle - Right to Hunt and Fish in West Virginia Amendment - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 9.        By Del. Sponaugle and Rowan - Disabled Veteran's Property Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 10.      By Del. Sponaugle - Veteran's Property Tax Exemption Amendment (original similar to HJR13) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 11.      By Del. Howell - Senior Citizen Homestead Valuation Amendment - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 12.      By Del. Foster - Manufacturing Inventory and Equipment Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Finance

 

 13.      By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Boggs, Miller, Fluharty, Campbell, Sponaugle, Hartman and Miley - Veteran's Additional Property Tax Exemption Amendment (original similar to HJR10) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

 

 14.      By Del. Pack, Steele, Foster, Campbell, Jeffries, J., Phillips, Worrell, Mandt, Toney, Linville and Higginbotham - Urging Congress to call a convention of the states  limited to proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States and to limit the terms of office for Members of the United States House of Representatives and set a limit on number of terms for a Members of the United State Senate (original similar to SCR30) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 15.      By Del. Kump, Paynter, Wilson and McGeehan - Legislator Term Limit Amendment - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 16.      By Del. Pack and Cooper - Senators and Delegate Service Limit Amendment (original similar to HJR5) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 17.      By Del. Householder, Anderson, Jennings, Waxman, Nelson , Steele, Jeffries, D., Foster, Criss, Wilson and Fast - Business Inventory, Machinery and Equipment Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

 18.      By Del. Howell, Rowan, Anderson, Sponaugle, Williams, Hartman, Barrett, Butler, Hill and Maynard - Property Tax Relief for Seniors and Disabled Veterans Amendment - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019

 

 19.      By Del. McGeehan, Hamrick, Dean, Howell, Butler, Wilson, Paynter, Bibby, Kump and Kessinger - Super-Majority Required for Passage of Tax Bill Amendment (original similar to HJR1) - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 20.      By Del. McGeehan, Paynter, Jeffries, J., Wilson, Kessinger, Martin, C., Storch, Hill, Hanna, Fast and Martin, P. - Taxpayer Bill of Rights - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 21.      By Del. Harshbarger and Bibby - Elimination of Personal Property Tax Amendment - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 22.      By Del. Doyle, Thompson, R., Hornbuckle, Brown, S., Evans, Lavender-Bowe, Campbell and Pyles - State Redistricting Commission (original similar to HJR6) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 23.      By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Just Cut Taxes and Win Amendment (original similar to SJR11) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 24.      By Del. Steele, Graves, Pack, Butler, McGeehan, Maynard, Howell, Harshbarger and Higginbotham - Disabled Veteran's Property Tax Exemption Amendment - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 25.      By Del. Hansen, Miley, Walker, Zukoff, Fleischauer, Thompson, C., Doyle, Estep-Burton, Brown, S., Pyles, Diserio, Robinson, Lavender-Bowe, Sponaugle, Miller, Hicks, Longstreth, Canestraro, Lovejoy, Byrd and Bates - Natural Resources and the Public Estate Amendment - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

 26.      By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Martin, C. and Fleischauer - Giving the Legislature more control over the manufacture and sale of alcohol amendment - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

 27.      By Del. Wilson, Martin, C., Porterfield, Bibby, Martin, P., McGeehan, Thompson, R. and Paynter - Initiative, Referendum, and Recall Amendment - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 28.      By Del. Doyle, Hornbuckle, Thompson, R., Evans, Pyles, Williams, Zukoff, Pushkin, Longstreth, Fluharty and Diserio - Requiring two-thirds vote of the Legislature to override a veto by the Governor amendment - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 29.      By Del. Nelson and Mandt - Limiting the terms of members of the House of Delegates amendment - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 

ALL HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 1.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly  - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019 - To Senate 1/9/2019 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/9/2019

 

 2.        By Del. Kelly, J., Anderson, Azinger, Cooper, Hollen, Criss, Shott, Ellington, Summers, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and McGeehan - Senator J. Frank Deem Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 3.        By Del. Pack, Steele, Foster, Campbell, Jeffries, J., Phillips, Worrell, Mandt, Toney, Linville and Higginbotham - Urging Congress to call a convention of states to limit terms of office for elected members of the United States Senate - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 4.        By Del. Cooper, Rowan and Pack - Gold Star Families Highway - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 5.        By Del. Cooper, Pack and Paynter - U. S. Army T/5 Maurice V. Mann Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 6.        By Del. Rowe, Robinson and Estep-Burton - U. S. Army PFC Earl Russell Cobb, SPC4 Carl Bradford Goodson, and SSGT George T. Saunders Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

*7.        By Del. Rowe, Robinson and Estep-Burton - Kidd Brothers Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 8.        By Del. Kump, Bibby, Wilson, Householder and Hardy - Requesting the Division of HIghways to update the previous preliminary engineering study on the extension of WV Rt 9 - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 1/30/2019

 

 9.        By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Angelucci - Kingmont Veterans Bridge PVT Jarrett Springer, U. S. Army WWII, PFC Benjamin "Benny" Hamrick, USMC Vietnam - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 10.      By Del. Westfall, Jeffries, D., Hott, Azinger, Nelson, Atkinson, Graves, Mandt, Jennings and Criss - Resiliency Week - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Rules - To House Rules 1/24/2019

 

*11.      By Del. Summers, Hamrick, Waxman, Queen, Miley, Sypolt and Jennings - U. S. Army Command Sergeant Major Timothy Allen Bolyard Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 12.      By Del. Cooper, Cadle and Pack - Lee H. Johnson Bridge - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 13.      By Del. Howell, Cadle, Hanna, Hill, Hott, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Staggers, Steele, Wilson and Worrell - Chief Robert Edward Dorsey Memorial Highway - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 14.      By Del. Thompson, R., Lovejoy, Linville, Rohrbach, Maynard and Hicks - U. S. Army CPT Benjamin Ronk Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 15.      By Del. Pack, Howell, Angelucci, Azinger, Bibby, Cadle, Hansen, Hott, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Martin, C., Paynter, Phillips, Porterfield, Pyles, Staggers, Sypolt, Tomblin, Walker and Worrell (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the impact of business regulations and economic development incentives to recruit and retain small business - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To House Rules 1/21/2019

 

 16.      By Del. Hott, Howell, Cadle, Hanna, Hill, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Staggers, Steele, Wilson and Worrell - Caldwell Brothers Memorial Road - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 17.      By Del. Robinson, Estep-Burton and Rowe - U. S. Marine Corps CPL Larry Scott Kennedy Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 18.      By Del. Miley, Queen, Waxman and Hamrick - Gill Brothers World War II Veterans’ Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 19.      By Del. Miley, Queen, Waxman and Hamrick - U. S.  Marine Sgt. Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge (original similar to SCR13) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 20.      By Del. Westfall, Atkinson, Criss, Hollen, Cadle, Storch, Mandt, Kelly, D., McGeehan, Miller and Higginbotham - PFC Charles Everett Hurd Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Industry and Labor

 

 21.      By Del. Thompson, R. and Hicks - Pap” and Mille “Mammie” Asbury Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 22.      By Del. Howell, Cadle, Hanna, Hill, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Staggers, Steele, Wilson and Worrell - C. William “Bill” Pancake, Jr. Road - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 23.      By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - U. S. Army SGT Rodney David King and U. S. Army SGT James Harris King Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 24.      By Del. Bates, Brown, S., Fleischauer, Kump, Pushkin, Wilson and Lavender-Bowe (Originating in House Judiciary) - Requesting study regarding a state-administered wholesale prescription drug importation program - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To House Rules 1/24/2019

 

 25.      By Del. Thompson, R., Brown, N., Canestraro and Lovejoy - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the discrepancy between estimates and actual readings of electrical meters - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Rules - To House Rules 2/6/2019

 

*26.      By Del. Cadle, Westfall, Higginbotham, Toney, Cooper, Hott, Jeffries, J., Sypolt, Pack, Atkinson and Harshbarger - George” Roush Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 27.      By Del. Linville, Rohrbach, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Anderson, Angelucci, Atkinson, Azinger, Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Butler, Byrd, Cadle, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Foster, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hardy, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kelly, J., Kessinger, Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, Nelson , Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Sponaugle, Staggers, Steele, Storch, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Williams, Wilson, Worrell and Zukoff - Requesting the President of the United States to designate a single state funeral to be held upon the death of the last living Medal of Honor recipient from World War II - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Rules

 

 28.      By Del. Lavender-Bowe, Capito, Estep-Burton, Nelson, Rowe, Robinson, Walker, Kelly, J., Graves, Angelucci and Campbell - Charleston Police Capt. Jerry D. Hill Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 29.      By Del. Pack and Cooper - Requesting the West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance to research and make recommendations regarding construction of a veterans’ nursing home facility in Summers County - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Rules

 

 30.      By Del. Westfall, Higginbotham, Cadle, Jeffries, J., Atkinson, Miller and Butler - Thomas Brothers Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 31.      By Del. Thompson, R., Rodighiero, Hicks and Maynard - CPL Lee Roy Young Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

*32.      By Del. Howell, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Angelucci, Barrett, Bibby, Brown, S., Butler, Byrd, Cadle, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fluharty, Foster, Hamrick, Hanna, Hardy, Harshbarger, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hollen, Hott, Householder, Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, J., Kessinger, Kump, Linville, Lovejoy, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, Miller, Pack, Paynter, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Robinson, Rohrbach, Rowe, Sponaugle, Staggers, Steele, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Toney, Walker, Waxman, Wilson, Worrell, Zukoff and Graves - Requesting the Secretary of the Department of Transportation to authorize raising highway speed limits, where appropriate, to 75 miles per hour on Interstate highways in West Virginia and to 70 miles per hour on West Virginia's Appalachian Corridor highways - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 33.      By Del. Wilson, Bibby, Paynter, Phillips, Worrell, Foster, Higginbotham, Malcolm, Sypolt, Steele, Harshbarger, Jennings, Mandt, Queen and Waxman - Applying to the Congress of the United States to call a convention for proposing amendments pursuant to Article V - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 34.      By Del. Caputo, Hornbuckle, Angelucci, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Canestraro, Diserio, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Hartman, Lavender-Bowe, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Miley, Miller, Pethtel, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin and Walker - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study and review restitution issues facing West Virginia’s counties - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Rules

 

 35.      By Del. Hartman, Pethtel, Diserio, Thompson, C., Staggers, Sponaugle and Brown, N. - Robert ‘Glen’ Schoonover Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 36.      By Del. Hartman, Thompson, C., Pethtel, Sponaugle and Brown, N. - SPEC 5 Garry Monzel ‘Michael’ Shannon Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 37.      By Del. Hartman, Brown, N., Sponaugle, Thompson, C., Boggs and Doyle - SSGT Thomas Gavin Hess Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 38.      By Del. Rowe - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the high unemployment rate and other socioeconomic problems confronting African Americans in this state. - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Rules

 

 39.      By Del. Caputo, Angelucci and Longstreth - U. S. Army PFC Thomas Howard Wills, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 40.      By Del. Sponaugle, Campbell, Thompson, C., Angelucci, Caputo, Barrett, Staggers, Hartman, Hott, Rowan, Lavender-Bowe, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S. and Diserio - U. S. Army CAPT William H. Denney, Jr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 41.      By Del. Robinson, Estep-Burton, Rowe and Byrd - U. S. Army Air Corps SSGT Charles Dexter Duncan Memorial Road - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 42.      By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Jeffries, D., Kelly, J. and Canestraro - U. S. Navy Petty Officer 2d Class Joseph Allen Ashley Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 43.      By Del. Byrd, Capito, Nelson and Skaff - U. S. Army Air Corps T SGT Ralph H. Ray Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 44.      By Del. Miller, Tomblin, Rodighiero, Westfall and Maynard - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Randall Carl Phelps Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 45.      By Del. Miller, Tomblin, Rodighiero, Westfall and Maynard - U. S. Navy MM2 Carl E. Keeney, U. S. Navy SN1 Frank Keeney and U.S. Army PFC Carl M. Nicholas Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 46.      By Del. Sponaugle, Hartman, Brown, N., Staggers, Barrett, Caputo, Miley, Diserio, Angelucci, Brown, S. and Boggs - PVT Jack C. Evans Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 47.      By Del. Rowe, Caputo, Estep-Burton, Skaff, Robinson, Pushkin, Byrd, Capito, Malcolm, Nelson and Graves - U. S. Army PFC Arnold Miller Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 48.      By Del. Rowan, Boggs, Canestraro, Estep-Burton, Fluharty, Graves, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Maynard, Pethtel, Pyles, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Sypolt, Toney and Williams (Originating in House Senior, Children, and Family Issues) - Urging the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health to designate Alzheimer's disease and other dementias as a public health issue - Introduced 2/5/2019 - To House Rules 2/4/2019 - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 49.      By Del. Kelly, J., Anderson, Wilson, Atkinson, Kelly, D., Azinger, Criss, Hollen, Cadle, Bibby, Waxman, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Angelucci, Butler, Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Cooper, Cowles, Dean, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hardy, Harshbarger, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Kessinger, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Mandt, Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, Pack, Paynter, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Steele, Storch, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Westfall and Worrell - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Danny Marshall Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 50.      By Del. Kessinger, Capito, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Byrd, Cadle, Campbell, Cooper, Criss, Dean, Ellington, Espinosa, Fast, Fleischauer, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hardy, Harshbarger, Higginbotham, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, Nelson, Pack, Phillips, Porterfield, Robinson, Rohrbach, Rowan, Shott, Steele, Storch, Summers, Sypolt, Toney, Waxman and Worrell - Urging the United States Congress to designate the New River Gorge National River in West Virginia a national park - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Rules

 

 51.      By Del. Rodighiero, Tomblin, Maynard, Hicks and Miller - 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 2/6/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 52.      By Del. Sponaugle, Hott, Rowan, Hartman, Thompson, C. and Boggs - Dr. H. Luke Eye Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 53.      By Del. Boggs, Caputo, Sponaugle and Campbell - Ray P. Reip Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 54.      By Del. Harshbarger, Worrell, Dean, Hamrick, Waxman, Hansen, Butler, McGeehan, Cadle, Mandt, Kelly, D. and Queen - U. S. Navy AOAN David ‘Wayne’ Cornell Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 55.      By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Kelly, J., Hollen, Higginbotham and Canestraro - U. S. Navy Seaman 1st Class Brady William Milam Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 56.      By Del. Rodighiero, Tomblin, Maynard, Miller, Hicks and Evans - U. S. Army SPC Larry E. Nunnery, Sr. Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 57.      By Del. Hanna, Martin, C. and Martin, P. - Colonel Morgan Morgan Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 58.      By Del. Rowe - U.S. Army SGT Tommy Meadows Memorial Road - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 59.      By Del. Linville, Higginbotham, Kelly, J., Hollen, Azinger, Kelly, D., Westfall, Barrett, Bates, Butler, Criss, Ellington, Graves, Hartman, Hill, Longstreth, Maynard, Rowan, Rowe, Skaff and Storch - Requesting the Governor of West Virginia, upon the death of Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams, to hold a celebration of his life memorial service at the West Virginia State Capitol - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Rules

 

 60.      By Del. Rodighiero - Complete Count Commission - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 61.      By Del. Pack and Phillips - Applying to and urging Congress to call a convention of the states to limit the terms of office  - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 62.      By Del. Rowe - U. S. Marine Corps LCpl Michael Linn Cooper Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 63.      By Del. Hartman, Thompson, C., Sponaugle, Staggers and Brown, N. - U. S. Army SSG Boggs G. Collins Memorial Road - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 64.      By Del. Boggs, Hartman, Brown, N., Angelucci, Thompson, C., Brown, S., Staggers, Howell and Pethtel - U. S. Army CPL Jerry Lee Noble Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 65.      By Del. Cooper, Pack, Jeffries, J., Bibby and Hardy - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 66.      By Del. Jeffries, D., Malcolm, Martin, C., Bibby, Mandt, Kelly, D., Jennings, Phillips, Sypolt, Wilson and Atkinson - U. S. Army SPC Thurman ‘Duwayne’ Young Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 67.      By Del. Hartman, Boggs, Caputo, Brown, N., Staggers, Sponaugle and Thompson, C. - Sharp Military Brothers Bridge - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 68.      By Del. Shott, Ellington and Porterfield - Bluefield Police Lt. Aaron L. Crook Memorial Road - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 69.      By Del. Linville, Graves, Hartman, Mandt, Cadle, Higginbotham, Kelly, D., Azinger, Barrett, Criss, Harshbarger, Kessinger, Longstreth, Maynard, Miller, Skaff and Westfall - Declaring the West Virginia Marching Band Invitational to be the state’s official Marching Band Championship event - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Rules

 

 70.      By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Canestraro, Jeffries, D. and Hollen - Danny Wayne Marks Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/13/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 71.      By Del. Sponaugle and Hartman - John and Wilbur Hahn Dutch Hollow Memorial Pioneers Bridge - Introduced 2/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 72.      By Del. Atkinson, Kelly, J., Harshbarger, Westfall, Jennings and Hollen - U. S. Army PFC Harold Paul Cottle Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 73.      By Del. Evans, Thompson, R., Rodighiero, Zukoff, Williams, Pyles, Robinson, Doyle, Hornbuckle, Brown, S. and Swartzmiller - U. S. Army SGT Matthew T. Miller Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 74.      By Del. Maynard, Jeffries, J., Paynter, Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Lovejoy, Linville and Mandt - U. S. Army PFC James Leslie Pridemore Memorial Road - Introduced 2/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 75.      By Del. Tomblin, Maynard, Hicks, Miller, Zukoff, Williams, Thompson, R. and Rodighiero - U. S. Army SSG Henry Kilgore Bridge (original similar to SCR32) - Introduced 2/18/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 76.      By Del. Boggs - Reverend Lonnie Ramsey Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/20/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 

ALL HOUSE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

 1.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Adopting Rules of the House of Delegates - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

 2.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Authorizing publication of the Legislative Manual and authorizing payment of travel and other expenses of the House - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

 3.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Authorizing printing and distribution of Acts of the Legislature and Journals of the House of Delegates - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

 4.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Authorizing the appointment of employees for this, the First Regular Session of the Eighty-fourth Legislature, two thousand nineteen - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

 5.        By Del. Staggers, Evans, Kessinger, Hamrick, Brown, N., Angelucci, Atkinson, Azinger, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brown, S., Butler, Caputo, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Fast, Graves, Hanna, Hansen, Hartman, Hornbuckle, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kelly, J., Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Malcolm, Martin, C., McGeehan, Miley, Nelson, Pack, Pethtel, Phillips, Pushkin, Pyles, Rodighiero, Rowan, Rowe, Skaff, Sponaugle, Steele, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Wilson and Zukoff - Honoring U. S. Army SPC4 Carmel Harvey Jr., Medal of Honor recipient - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Rules - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 6.        By Del. Higginbotham, Kelly, J., Atkinson, Harshbarger, Maynard, Linville, Summers, Kessinger, Cowles, Jeffries, J., Mandt and Martin, P. - Recognizing the importance of West Virginia’s energy resources and critical energy infrastructure to support economic development and national security - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Energy then Rules - To House Rules 1/30/2019

 

 7.        By Del. Kelly, J., Anderson, Azinger, Criss, Hollen, Angelucci, Atkinson, Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Butler, Byrd, Cadle, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Foster, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hardy, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, Nelson , Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Sponaugle, Staggers, Steele, Storch, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Williams, Wilson, Worrell and Zukoff - Commemorating the passing of the Honorable John Franklin Deem, veteran, businessman and dedicated public servant - Introduced 1/23/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/23/2019

 

 8.        By Del. Fast, Kessinger, Staggers, Anderson, Angelucci, Atkinson, Azinger, Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Butler, Byrd, Cadle, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Foster, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hardy, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kelly, J., Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, Nelson , Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Sponaugle, Steele, Storch, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Williams, Wilson, Worrell and Zukoff - Memorializing the life of the Honorable Paul W. McKown, veteran, athlete, teacher, coach and public servant - Introduced 1/28/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/28/2019

 

 9.        By Del. Staggers, Sponaugle, Angelucci, Brown, S., Diserio, Barrett, Caputo, Miley, Campbell, Fleischauer, Rodighiero, Atkinson, Bates, Boggs, Brown, N., Canestraro, Fluharty, Hartman, Lavender-Bowe, Lovejoy, Swartzmiller, Thompson, C. and Wilson - Recognizing and honoring the achievements of professional football player and coach, Lonnie Warwick - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Rules

 

 10.      By Del. Staggers, Caputo, Butler, Miley, Cadle, Higginbotham, Anderson, Angelucci, Atkinson, Azinger, Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Byrd, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Foster, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hardy, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kelly, J., Kessinger, Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, McGeehan, Miller, Nelson, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Sponaugle, Steele, Storch, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Williams, Wilson, Worrell and Zukoff - Memorializing the life of the Honorable James Michael Casey, proud father, veteran, attorney, public servant and West Virginian - Introduced 2/4/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/4/2019

 

 11.      By Del. Anderson, Kelly, J., Harshbarger, Nelson, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Paynter, Jeffries, J., Tomblin, Evans, Pethtel, Atkinson, Azinger, Bibby, Boggs, Butler, Cadle, Capito, Criss, Fast, Foster, Hamrick, Hanna, Hardy, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hollen, Hott, Householder, Jennings, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Linville, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, Phillips, Porterfield, Queen, Rohrbach, Rowan, Shott, Steele, Storch, Sypolt and Waxman - Recognizing the importance of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Rules

 

 12.      By Del. Wilson - Urging the House of Delegates to adopt articles of impeachment to impeach Jim Justice, Governor of West Virginia - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Judiciary then Rules

 

 13.      By Del. Byrd - Urging the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health to designate Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia as a public health issue - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules

 

 14.      By Del. Staggers, Boggs, Barrett, Miley, Lavender-Bowe, Hartman, Sponaugle, Thompson, C., Brown, S., Angelucci, Caputo and Anderson - Requesting the United States Congress to provide funding for the purchase of residential areas of Minden, Fayette County, West Virginia - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Rules

 

 15.      By Del. Fleischauer, Anderson, Angelucci, Atkinson, Azinger, Barrett, Bates, Bibby, Boggs, Brown, N., Brown, S., Butler, Byrd, Cadle, Campbell, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Criss, Dean, Diserio, Doyle, Ellington, Espinosa, Estep-Burton, Evans, Fast, Fluharty, Foster, Graves, Hamrick, Hanna, Hansen, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hardy, Harshbarger, Hartman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Hill, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Hott, Householder, Howell, Jeffries, D., Jeffries, J., Jennings, Kelly, D., Kelly, J., Kessinger, Kump, Lavender-Bowe, Linville, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Malcolm, Mandt, Martin, C., Martin, P., Maynard, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, Nelson, Pack, Paynter, Pethtel, Phillips, Porterfield, Pushkin, Pyles, Queen, Robinson, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, Rowan, Rowe, Shott, Skaff, Sponaugle, Staggers, Steele, Storch, Summers, Swartzmiller, Sypolt, Thompson, C., Thompson, R., Tomblin, Toney, Walker, Waxman, Westfall, Williams, Wilson, Worrell and Zukoff - Memorializing the life of the Honorable Mary Pearl Compton, teacher and public servant - Introduced 2/18/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/18/2019

 

 

HOUSE BILLS PASSED HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

*2001.  By Del. Harshbarger, Martin, P., McGeehan, Atkinson, Storch, Pack, Rowan, Hollen, Mandt, Kelly, J. and Sypolt - Relating to exempting social security benefits from personal income tax (original similar to HB2220) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Finance

 

*2004.  By Del. Espinosa, Graves, Harshbarger, Foster, Worrell, Hanna, Dean, Sypolt, Hamrick and Howell - Providing for a program of instruction in workforce preparedness - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Education - Passed House 2/5/2019 - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Education

 

*2005.  By Del. Linville, Hanna, Anderson, Hollen, Jeffries, D., Sypolt, Hardy, Fast, Maynard, Phillips and Rowan - Broadband Expansion Act of 2019 - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/2019 - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 1/28/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/29/2019

 

 2009.  By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Phillips, Cadle, Porterfield, Wilson, Jennings, Cooper and Espinosa - Creating a new category of Innovation in Education grant program - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Education

 

*2010.  By Del. Kessinger, Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Storch, Rowan, Sypolt, Harshbarger, Phillips and Capito - Relating to foster care - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019 - Amended - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/1/2019

 

*2028.  By Del. Fast - Limiting supervision of laying of lines on state rights-of-way - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 1/17/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2036.  By Del. Cooper, Pack and Rowan - Permitting vehicles displaying disabled veterans' special registration plates to park in places where persons with mobility impairments may park - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Military - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

*2038.  By Del. Howell and Pack - Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/18/2019

 

*2083.  By Del. Pushkin, Shott, Miley, Lovejoy and Miller - Providing an identification card for released inmates who do not have a West Virginia identification card or driver’s license - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Referred to Rules on 2nd reading 2/20/2019

 

*2095.  By Del. Dean - Assessing the college- and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Education

 

*2128.  By Del. Caputo - Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/18/2019

 

 2164.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Canestraro, Fleischauer and Wilson - Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right (original similar to HB2352) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/16/2019 - To Senate 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2183.  By Del. Shott, Steele, Harshbarger and Wilson - Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/17/2019 - To Senate 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2185.  By Del. Westfall, Harshbarger, Byrd, Lovejoy, Capito, Zukoff, Fluharty, Pushkin, Fleischauer and Rohrbach - Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/18/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2190.  By Del. Shott, Fleischauer, Kelly, D., Wilson, Pushkin and Fluharty - Modifying bail requirements - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/21/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2191.  By Del. Westfall, Espinosa and Barrett - Relating generally to limited video lottery - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/2019 - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

*2193.  By Del. Shott - Providing a specific escheat of US savings bonds - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2204.  By Del. Foster, Fast, Phillips, Waxman and Wilson - Prohibiting state licensing boards from hiring lobbyists - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/15/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2209.  By Del. Howell, Shott and Foster - Allowing military veterans who meet certain qualifications to qualify for examination for license as an emergency medical technician - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Health and Human Resources - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Military

 

*2307.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to creating a provisional license for practicing barbering and cosmetology - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/18/2019 - To Senate 1/21/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 2311.  By Del. Howell - Exempting short-term license holders to submit information to the State Tax Commission once the term of the permit has expired - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 1/21/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/22/2019

 

*2324.  By Del. Summers and Pushkin - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/18/2019 - Amended - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019

 

*2330.  By Del. Howell, Shott and Porterfield - 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 1/11/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/23/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Military then Government Organization - To Military 2/13/2019

 

*2338.  By Del. Howell and Porterfield - Allowing the owner of an antique military vehicle to display alternate registration insignia - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/31/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*2346.  By Del. Howell and Higginbotham - Changing the licensing requirement for certain casino employees - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/25/2019

 

 2351.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Rohrbach, Rowan, Summers, Thompson, C., Walker, Staggers, Atkinson and Angelucci (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to regulating prior authorizations - Introduced 1/11/2019 - Passed House 1/16/2019 - To Senate 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/30/2019 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 2/5/2019 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 2/8/2019 - House refused to recede and requested conference 2/11/2019 - To conference 2/12/2019 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 2/19/2019 - Effective from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage

 

*2359.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to exemptions to the commercial driver's license requirements - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/31/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*2360.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Placing the Athletic Commission under the Lottery Commission - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 1/25/2019

 

*2362.  By Del. Miller, Shott, Campbell, Lovejoy, Canestraro, Maynard, Hornbuckle, Summers and Robinson - Ardala Miller Memorial Act - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/22/2019 - To Senate 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2363.  By Del. Staggers, Angelucci, Kessinger, Fast, Skaff and Robinson - Relating to the Upper Kanawha Valley Resiliency and Revitalization Program (original similar to SB151) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Education - To House Education 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Education then Government Organization - To Education 2/7/2019

 

*2365.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Linville, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Shott, Summers, Kessinger and Cadle - Clarifying the definition of an employee for the purposes of unemployment compensation and workers’ compensation - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2392.  By Del. Hartman and Caputo - Allowing the Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner to issue special one-day licenses for charitable events - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2405.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Hollen, Rohrbach, Pushkin, Walker and Fleischauer - Imposing a healthcare related provider tax on certain health care organizations - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/13/2019

 

*2407.  By Del. Hill and Wilson - Relating to registered professional nurses - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2412.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Bates, Miley, Nelson, Shott and Wilson - Relating to criminal acts concerning government procurement of commodities and services (original similar to SB271) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2420.  By Del. Summers, Caputo, Pethtel, Pyles, Miley, Howell, Sypolt, Jennings and Phillips - Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To House Government Organization 1/15/2019 - To House Government Organization 1/15/2019 - Passed House 2/5/2019 - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - To Economic Development 2/6/2019

 

*2422.  By Del. Summers - Relating to the time for the observation of “Celebrate Freedom Week” - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Education - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Education

 

*2423.  By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Linville, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Kessinger, Porterfield, Fleischauer and Staggers - Prohibiting certain sex offenders from being in a supervisory position over children - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/23/2019 - To Senate 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2439.  By Del. Maynard, Azinger, Cooper, Jennings, Lovejoy, Miller, Sponaugle and Sypolt - Relating to fire service equipment and training funds for volunteer and part-volunteer fire companies (original similar to SB292) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2446.  By Del. Hollen, Steele and Mandt - Blue Alert Plan - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 2459.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Kessinger, Mandt, Fleischauer, Pushkin, Byrd, Robinson, Brown, S. and Lovejoy - Exercising authority to exempt individuals domiciled within the state from certain restrictions contained in federal law - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/12/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/20/2019

 

 2462.  By Del. Hollen, Canestraro, Kelly, D., Foster, Fast, Harshbarger and Mandt - Issuing a certificate to correctional employees to carry firearms (original similar to SB337) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 1/25/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 2472.  By Del. Linville, Householder, Lovejoy, Graves, Higginbotham, Summers, Skaff, Maynard, Jeffries, J., Hornbuckle and Jennings - Providing a special license plate for pollinators - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 2474.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Criss, Jeffries, D., Hamrick, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to a reserving methodology for health insurance and annuity contracts - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2476.  By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Hott, Jeffries, D., Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the valuation of a motor vehicle involved in an insurance claim - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

 2478.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Lovejoy, Mandt and Rohrbach - Modifying the Fair Trade Practices Act - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/24/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2479.  By Del. Jeffries, D., Westfall, Hott, Azinger, Graves, Sypolt, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Act - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2480.  By Del. Hott, Westfall, Azinger, Jeffries, D., Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt, Nelson, Espinosa and Porterfield - Relating to the regulation of an internationally active insurance group - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

*2481.  By Del. Steele, Foster, Kessinger, Pushkin, Barrett and Pyles - Permitting retail sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays after 1 p.m. - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/7/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/18/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/19/2019 - Effective from passage

 

*2486.  By Del. Shott, Foster, Kessinger and Pushkin - Using records of criminal conviction to disqualify a person from receiving a license for a profession or occupation - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/20/2019 - To Senate 2/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2490.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Staggers, Steele and Higginbotham - Preventing proposing or enforcing rules that prevent recreational water facilities from making necessary upgrades - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2492.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, Jeffries, D., Hollen and Butler - Relating to mandatory reporting procedures of abuse and neglect of adults and children - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/19/2019

 

*2503.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to court actions - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2509.  By Del. Pack, Dean, Wilson and Rohrbach - Clarifying that theft of a controlled substance is a felony - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2510.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Linville, Higginbotham, Butler and Kessinger - Relating to special funds of boards of examination or registration - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2514.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Higginbotham, Linville, Butler and Kessinger - Permitting pawn brokers to disclose whether any specific property has been sold or pledged - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/29/2019 - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2515.  By Del. Butler, Cadle, Wilson, Ellington, Shott, Howell, Hardy, Kump, Pack, Storch and Fast - Exempting the sale and installation of mobility enhancing equipment from the sales and use tax - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

*2521.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Bibby, Kelly, D., Atkinson, Sypolt, Hanna, Mandt and Porterfield - Relating to permitting fur-bearer parts - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/2019 - Passed House 1/31/2019 - To Senate 2/1/2019 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/15/2019

 

*2524.  By Del. Atkinson, Hill, Jeffries, D., Hollen, Fleischauer and Staggers - Permitting a pharmacist to convert prescriptions authorizing refills under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2525.  By Del. Summers, Hill, Pack, Dean, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, Jeffries, D., Hollen, Butler and Rohrbach - Tobacco Cessation Therapy Access Act - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2527.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Jeffries, J., Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to forgery and other crimes concerning lottery tickets - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/25/2019 - To Senate 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2530.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Pushkin, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Creating a voluntary certification for recovery residences - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2531.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Permitting trained nurses to provide mental health services in a medication-assisted treatment program - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To House Health and Human Resources 1/18/2019 - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2538.  By Del. Nelson, Pushkin, Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Householder, Barrett, Fluharty, Wilson, Byrd, Campbell and Queen - Providing banking services for medical cannabis - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2542.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Summers, Worrell, Dean, Fast, Hott, Hollen and Storch - Permitting directors of county emergency phone systems to obtain mobile-phone emergency lines - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/19/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2545.  By Del. Canestraro, Zukoff, Lovejoy, Robinson, Fluharty, Diserio, Miller and Pyles - Exempting recipients of the distinguished Purple Heart medal from payment of the vehicle registration fee (original similar to SB450) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 1/25/2019 - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Military

 

 2546.  By Del. Pushkin, Cadle, Doyle, Butler, McGeehan, Cooper, Brown, N., Ellington, Lovejoy, Sponaugle and Hornbuckle - Excluding from tax equipment installed in a motor vehicle for use of a person with a medical necessity - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2547.  By Del. Shott - Relating to the election prohibition zone - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2554.  By Del. Hamrick, Worrell, Higginbotham and Howell - Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Education - Passed House 2/8/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Education

 

 2559.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Worrell, Dean, Fast, Hott, Hollen, Storch, Ellington and Butler - Requiring a special report by the Division of Personnel - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/30/2019 - To Senate 1/31/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2579.  By Del. Nelson and Criss - Relating to the collection of tax and the priority of distribution of an estate or property in receivership (original similar to SB406) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/18/2019

 

*2583.  By Del. Hill, Ellington, Pushkin, Rohrbach, Fleischauer, Walker, Staggers, McGeehan, Summers and Doyle - Family Planning Access Act - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2600.  By Del. Summers and Kessinger - Relating to publication of sample ballots (original similar to HB2499) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/28/2019 - To Senate 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2601.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to the review and approval of state property leases (original similar to SB343) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2602.  By Del. Miller, Canestraro, Hollen, Brown, N., Kelly, D., Foster and Steele - Including possession of known stolen property in the offense of receiving or transferring stolen property - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/2019 - To Senate 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2607.  By Del. Hill, Staggers, Howell, Rowan and Jeffries, D. - Relating to the licensure of nursing homes (original similar to SB434) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/2019 - To Senate 2/5/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 2/20/2019

 

 2608.  By Del. Nelson, Criss and Espinosa - Repealing the requirement of printing the date a consumer deposit account was opened on paper checks - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Banking and Insurance

 

*2609.  By Del. Nelson, Criss and Espinosa - Relating to presumptions of abandonment and indication of ownership in property (original similar to SB407) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/4/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2612.  By Del. Hill, Fleischauer, Howell, Rowan, Walker and Wilson - Proposing rules related to the completion or updating of source water protection plans (original similar to SB430) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/2019 - To Senate 2/5/2019 - To Government Organization - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

*2618.  By Del. Rowan, Martin, C., Rohrbach, Sypolt, Graves, Lovejoy, Longstreth, Boggs, Mandt, Maynard and Kelly, J. - Including undue influence as a factor in the definition of financial exploitation of an elderly person or protected person - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/2019 - Motion that bill be recommitted to Judiciary rejected - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2647.  By Del. Westfall, Maynard, Hartman, Atkinson and Espinosa - Self Storage Limited License Act - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2661.  By Del. Anderson, Azinger, Howell, Kelly, J., Westfall, Pethtel, Storch, Kelly, D., Swartzmiller, Nelson and Harshbarger - Relating to natural gas utilities - Introduced 1/24/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining

 

 2666.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Veterans’ Assistance (original similar to SB446) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2667.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, Division of Corrections (original similar to SB425) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 2668.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Administration, Public Defender Services (original similar to SB422) - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

*2673.  By Del. Householder, Criss, Harshbarger, Anderson and Kelly, J. - Creating the Oil and Gas Abandoned Well Plugging Fund - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/15/2019

 

*2674.  By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Hollen, Jeffries, D., Azinger, Harshbarger, Canestraro, Kelly, J., Queen, Criss and Kessinger - Creating a student loan repayment program for a mental health provider - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/2019 - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/13/2019

 

 2679.  By Del. Phillips, Foster, McGeehan, Hansen, Shott and Hott - Relating to state issued identification cards - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Senate 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2686.  By Del. Rohrbach, Hollen, Ellington, Hanna, Hornbuckle, Kelly, D., Kessinger, Mandt, Pushkin, Robinson and Walker (Originating in House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse) - Relating to permitting the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia to create a family drug court pilot program - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To House Judiciary 1/28/2019 - Passed House 2/7/2019 - To Senate 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2691.  By Del. Howell, Jeffries, D., Pack, Phillips, Worrell, Sypolt, Hott, Martin, C., Cadle, Dean and Storch - Providing that a license to carry a concealed deadly weapon expires on the holder’s birthday - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 2696.  By Del. Howell, Bibby, Phillips, Sypolt, Cadle, Azinger, Jeffries, D., Pack, Worrell and Hott - Creating an additional index system for state-owned lands - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 2709.  By Del. Atkinson, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Brown, N. - Relating to hunting licenses - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2715.  By Del. Harshbarger, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Brown, N. - Relating to Class Q special hunting permit for disabled persons - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/2019 - Amended - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Natural Resources then Health and Human Resources - To Natural Resources 2/15/2019

 

 2716.  By Del. Harshbarger, Worrell, McGeehan, Westfall, Miller, Swartzmiller, Atkinson, Kessinger, Cadle, Cooper and Porterfield - Relating to vessel lighting and equipment requirements - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/5/2019 - Amended - Passed House 2/15/2019 - Title amended - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Natural Resources

 

*2720.  By Del. Pethtel, Lovejoy, Shott, Boggs, Paynter and Harshbarger - Authorizing certain investigators and first responders to carry firearms - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/14/2019

 

*2734.  By Del. Kessinger, Fast and Staggers - Relating to reduced rates for low-income residential customers of privately owned sewer and combined water and sewer utilities - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/13/2019

 

*2737.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating to training of State Tax Division employees (original similar to SB476) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

 2739.  By Del. Hollen, Graves, Anderson and Malcolm - Relating to contributions on behalf of employees to a retirement plan administered by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/15/2019

 

*2740.  By Del. Shott, Harshbarger and Mandt - Barring a parent from inheriting from a child in certain instances (original similar to SB482) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2743.  By Del. Hollen, Graves, Pethtel, Evans, Anderson and Malcolm - Eliminating reference to municipal policemen’s pension and relief funds and firemen’s pension and relief funds in section restricting investment - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/2019 - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/15/2019 - To Finance 2/21/2019

 

 2746.  By Del. Shott - Relating to administration of estates (original similar to SB480) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

 2759.  By Del. Shott - Providing for the ancillary administration of West Virginia real estate owned by nonresidents by affidavit and without administration (original similar to SB483) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

*2761.  By Del. Westfall - Modernizing the self-service storage lien law - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/14/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2768.  By Del. Rohrbach - Reducing the use of certain prescription drugs - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/8/2019 - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2779.  By Del. Shott, Anderson, Cadle, Kelly, J., Phillips, Evans, Boggs, Pethtel, Maynard, Higginbotham and Hansen - Providing that proceeds from certain oil and gas wells to persons whose name or address are unknown are to be kept in a special fund (original similar to SB384) - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/6/2019 - To Senate 2/7/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/7/2019

 

*2793.  By Del. Maynard, Dean, Hornbuckle, Doyle and Pyles - Expanding applicability of educational facilities for the West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Education

 

*2809.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Mandt, Paynter, Ellington, Porterfield and Evans - Relating to prohibited acts and penalties in the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Senate 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2813.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Relating generally to collection of use tax (original similar to SB477) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/12/2019 - To Senate 2/13/2019 - To Finance

 

 2815.  By Del. Steele, Shott, Pack, Graves and Canestraro - Raising the value of goods or chattels that are taken in a larceny to constitute grand larceny - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/8/2019 - To Senate 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2821.  By Del. Householder and Criss - Updating provisions for command, clerical and other pay - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Military - On 2nd reading 2/22/2019

 

*2834.  By Del. Anderson, Kelly, J., Harshbarger, Howell, Porterfield and Nelson - Updating and modernizing the minimum spacing provisions for the drilling of horizontal deep wells - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Energy - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining

 

 2846.  By Del. Miller, Kelly, D., Swartzmiller, Robinson, Queen, Hornbuckle, Pack, Malcolm and Pyles - Designating a “Back the Blue” plate in support of law-enforcement personnel - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*2848.  By Del. Ellington, Summers, Nelson and Byrd - Relating to the West Virginia ABLE Act - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/2019 - To Senate 2/15/2019 - To Finance

 

*2849.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Jeffries, D., Dean and Hamrick - Establishing different classes of pharmacy technicians - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/18/2019 - To Senate 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*2854.  By Del. Householder - Exempting sales from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax by not for profit volunteer school support groups raising funds for schools (original similar to SB457) - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2855.  By Del. Householder - Allowing rebate moneys to be used for the operation and maintenance of accounting and transparency systems of the State Auditor - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2856.  By Del. Householder - Relating to the administration of the operating fund of the securities division of the Auditor’s office - Introduced 2/6/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

 2878.  By Del. Ellington, Rohrbach and Bates (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to updating the controlled substances listed on schedule one - Introduced 2/8/2019 - Passed House 2/13/2019 - To Senate 2/14/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/14/2019

 

*2886.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Hartman, Phillips, Summers, Jeffries, D., Ellington, Hollen and Linville - Establishing requirements for a Division Motor Vehicles office or Division of Motor Vehicles Now kiosk to be present in a county - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2907.  By Del. Steele, Miller, Caputo and Maynard - Requiring a form of a certified commitment order to the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation (original similar to SB525) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Title amended

 

 2924.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C., Hamrick and Graves - Permitting the West Virginia Tourism Office to decide to contract with the Division of Highways to sell advertising space on the WV511 website - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2929.  By Del. Howell, Pack, Martin, C. and Hamrick - Authorizing the West Virginia Tourism Office to enter into an agreement with the Division of Highways to provide staff at the welcome centers - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2933.  By Del. Shott and Lovejoy - Modifying the criminal penalties imposed on a parent, guardian or custodian for child abuse resulting in injury - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*2947.  By Del. Steele, Pack, Rohrbach and Atkinson - Relating generally to telemedicine prescription practice requirements and exceptions - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

 2954.  By Del. Summers - Defining certain terms used in insurance (original similar to SB591) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2958.  By Del. Maynard, Westfall, Jennings, Pack, Paynter, Miller, Lovejoy, Linville, Jeffries, J. and Angelucci - Authorizing the State Auditor to conduct regular financial examinations or audits of all volunteer fire companies - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/19/2019 - To Senate 2/20/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*2975.  By Del. Miller and Kelly, D. - Relating to imposition of sexual acts on persons incarcerated - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/20/2019 - To Senate 2/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*2982.  By Del. Howell, Hott, Pack, Cadle, Martin, C. and Hamrick - Amending and updating the laws relating to auctioneers (original similar to SB619) - Introduced 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 2992.  By Del. Pack, Howell, Pyles, Jeffries, J., Phillips, Hott, Hansen, Tomblin, Nelson, Martin, C. and Sypolt (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to governmental websites - Introduced 2/11/2019 - Passed House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/18/2019

 

*3007.  By Del. Nelson, Harshbarger, Cadle, Atkinson, Cooper, Pack and Porterfield - Authorizing the Commissioner of Agriculture to require background checks - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3039.  By Del. Foster, Phillips, Malcolm and Jeffries, D. - Relating to a court’s consideration of the expression of a preference by a child in certain child custody matters - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3083.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley - Adding temporary work during the legislative session as exclusion to the term employment for purposes of unemployment compensation - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 3093.  By Del. Cowles, Porterfield and Rohrbach - Relating to standards for factory-built homes - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

 2.        By Del. Kelly, J., Anderson, Azinger, Cooper, Hollen, Criss, Shott, Ellington, Summers, Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and McGeehan - Senator J. Frank Deem Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 4.        By Del. Cooper, Rowan and Pack - Gold Star Families Highway - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*7.        By Del. Rowe, Robinson and Estep-Burton - Kidd Brothers Bridge - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*11.      By Del. Summers, Hamrick, Waxman, Queen, Miley, Sypolt and Jennings - U. S. Army Command Sergeant Major Timothy Allen Bolyard Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 19.      By Del. Miley, Queen, Waxman and Hamrick - U. S.  Marine Sgt. Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge (original similar to SCR13) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 23.      By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - U. S. Army SGT Rodney David King and U. S. Army SGT James Harris King Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

*26.      By Del. Cadle, Westfall, Higginbotham, Toney, Cooper, Hott, Jeffries, J., Sypolt, Pack, Atkinson and Harshbarger - George” Roush Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 43.      By Del. Byrd, Capito, Nelson and Skaff - U. S. Army Air Corps T SGT Ralph H. Ray Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 44.      By Del. Miller, Tomblin, Rodighiero, Westfall and Maynard - U. S. Marine Corps PFC Randall Carl Phelps Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Rules 2/12/2019 - Adopted by House 2/15/2019 - To Senate 2/18/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure

 

 

ALL SENATE BILLS PASSED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

*1.        By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Sypolt, Cline, Takubo, Boso, Clements, Swope, Smith, Ihlenfeld, Baldwin, Stollings, Weld and Plymale - Increasing access to career education and workforce training - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2019 - To Finance 1/16/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/18/2019 - Passed Senate 1/23/2019 - To House 1/24/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*3.        By Sen. Boso, Clements, Swope, Takubo, Cline and Trump - Establishing WV Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/22/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*4.        By Sen. Weld, Plymale, Clements, Takubo, Sypolt, Swope, Cline and Ihlenfeld - Relating generally to Municipal Home Rule Program - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - To House 2/4/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 10.      By Sen. Blair, Boso and Swope - Relating to Second Chance Driver's License Program - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - To House 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*13.      By Sen. Blair - Relating to distributions from State Excess Lottery Fund - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*14.      By Sen. Blair, Boso, Weld, Jeffries, Sypolt, Stollings, Cline and Lindsay - Creating WV Farm-to-School Grant Program - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - To Finance 1/25/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 16.      By Sen. Cline and Swope - Authorizing expenditure of surplus funds by Wyoming County Commission - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

*17.      By Sen. Trump and Boso - Relating to probation eligibility - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2019 - Passed Senate 1/21/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/5/19 - Approved by Governor 2/11/19

 

*18.      By Sen. Trump, Boso, Takubo and Cline - Relating to crimes committed on State Capitol Complex (original similar to HB2092) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/23/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/24/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/13/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

*19.      By Sen. Blair, Boso, Cline, Jeffries, Lindsay, Baldwin and Stollings - Relating to Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (original similar to HB3033) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - To Finance 1/24/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 24.      By Sen. Blair, Baldwin, Takubo and Sypolt - Relating generally to local boards of health (original similar to HB2950) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - To House 1/17/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

 

*26.      By Sen. Blair - Permitting certain employees of educational service cooperatives participate in state's teacher retirement systems (original similar to HB2780) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Pensions - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2019 - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 27.      By Sen. Blair - Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played (original similar to HB2184) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - To House 1/17/2019 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 2/1/2019 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/5/2019 - To Governor 2/21/19

 

*29.      By Sen. Blair, Plymale, Stollings, Boso, Jeffries and Swope - Creating ten-year tax credits for businesses locating on post-coal mine sites - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 1/17/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2019 - Passed Senate 2/19/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

 

*30.      By Sen. Blair and Cline - Eliminating tax on annuity considerations collected by life insurer (original similar to HB2400) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 1/29/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

 36.      By Sen. Weld and Boso - Allowing adjustment of gross income for calculating personal income liability for certain retirees - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 1/17/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

*40.      By Sen. Weld - Establishing Military Service Members Court program  - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/28/2019 - To Finance 1/28/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 47.      By Sen. Smith, Sypolt and Swope - Providing wind power projects be taxed at real property rate (original similar to SB20) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Energy

 

*55.      By Sen. Boso and Jeffries - Relating to driving privileges and requirements for persons under 18 - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/2019 - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - To House 1/29/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*60.      By Sen. Plymale and Stollings - Licensing practice of athletic training (original similar to HB2401) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/11/2019 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - To House 2/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*61.      By Sen. Weld and Trump - Adding certain crimes for which prosecutor may apply for wiretap (original similar to HB2940) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/15/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/21/2019 - To House 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/13/2019 - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/15/2019 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 2/19/2019 - Passed House 2/19/2019

 

*62.      By Sen. Weld and Clements - Requiring participation in drug court program before discharge of certain first-time drug offenses (original similar to HB2922) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2019 - Passed Senate 1/22/2019 - To House 1/23/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/1/2019

 

 63.      By Sen. Weld - Relating to partial filling of prescriptions - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/18/2019 - Passed Senate with amended title 1/29/2019 - To House 1/30/2019 - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/8/2019

 

*66.      By Sen. Swope - Prohibiting certain misleading lawsuit advertising practices (original similar to HB2671) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/11/2019 - Senate reconsidered action - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - To House 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*72.      By Sen. Woelfel, Stollings and Baldwin - Creating Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Passed Senate 1/30/2019 - To House 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*74.      By Sen. Cline - Exempting nonpaid volunteers at ski areas from workers' compensation benefits - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/14/2019 - To House 2/15/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

*90.      By Sen. Rucker - Transferring Safety and Treatment Program from DHHR to DMV - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - To Finance 1/30/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*100.    By Sen. Trump - Increasing court fees to fund law-enforcement standards training and expenses - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Finance

 

*101.    By Sen. Trump - Equalizing penalties for intimidating and retaliating against certain public officers and other persons - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - To House 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*102.    By Sen. Trump - Relating generally to powers and authority of courthouse security officers - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Passed Senate 1/30/2019 - To House 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*103.    By Sen. Trump - Relating generally to Public Defender Services - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - To Finance 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019

 

*106.    By Sen. Facemire - Alleviating double taxation on foreign income at state level - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/11/2019 - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 1/17/2019 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/2019

 

*117.    By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to incentives for consolidating local governments - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/1/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2019 - Passed Senate 2/19/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 119.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/21/2019 - To House 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/2019 - To Governor 2/5/19 - Approved by Governor 2/8/19

 

*124.    By Sen. Clements, Weld and Baldwin - Creating felony offense for actions of cruelty to animals which causes serious injury or death of animal - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - To House 1/29/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*127.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to parole officers' duties to perform alcohol and drug testing of litigants - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/4/2019 - Passed Senate 2/7/2019 - To House 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*147.    By Sen. Blair - Shifting funding from Landfill Closure Assistance Fund to local solid waste authorities (original similar to HB2496) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/19/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Finance

 

 149.    By Sen. Azinger and Weld - Exempting certain veterans from concealed weapons license fees (original similar to HB2672) - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 1/16/2019 - Passed Senate 1/30/2019 - To House 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*152.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Stollings, Woelfel and Lindsay - Relating generally to criminal offense expungement - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/16/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/22/2019 - To House 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/4/2019

 

 153.    By Sen. Jeffries, Stollings, Lindsay, Clements, Smith, Baldwin, Plymale, Ihlenfeld, Hamilton and Boso - Providing greater flexibility for making infrastructure project grants - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Economic Development then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*154.    By Sen. Jeffries, Baldwin, Stollings, Lindsay, Plymale, Hamilton and Boso - Using school facilities for funeral and memorial services for certain community members - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2019 - Passed Senate 2/6/2019 - To House 2/7/2019 - To Education

 

*157.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2231) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2019 - Passed Senate 2/6/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/7/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/2019

 

*163.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2236) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/4/2019 - Passed Senate 2/7/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/8/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/2019

 

*175.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2243) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2019 - Passed Senate 2/6/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/2019

 

 177.    By Sen. Maynard - Fire Commission rule relating to State Building Code (original similar to HB2240) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/31/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/8/19 - Approved by Governor 2/14/19

 

*187.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Revenue to promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2270) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/2019 - Com. sub. reported 1/28/2019 - Passed Senate 1/31/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 190.    By Sen. Maynard - DOH rule relating to employment procedures (original similar to HB2245) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 1/16/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/17/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*199.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing certain miscellaneous agencies and boards promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2282) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Passed Senate 1/31/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/1/2019 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/2019

 

*223.    By Sen. Maynard - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules (original similar to HB2246) - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/24/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/25/2019 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/2019

 

 233.    By Sen. Hamilton and Cline - Relating to age requirements for deputy sheriff - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - To House 2/4/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*236.    By Sen. Lindsay, Jeffries and Baldwin - Providing notice of eligibility to persons to vote after completion of punishment or pardon - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/24/2019 - Passed Senate 1/29/2019 - To House 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*237.    By Sen. Jeffries, Cline and Baldwin - Improving ability of law enforcement to locate and return missing persons - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*240.    By Sen. Maynard, Trump, Cline and Swope - Repealing certain legislative rules no longer authorized or are obsolete - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/2019 - Passed Senate 1/22/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/8/2019 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/11/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*241.    By Sen. Weld, Cline, Hamilton and Baldwin - Permitting county court clerks scan certain documents in electronic form - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - To House 1/29/2019 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

 

*243.    By Sen. Weld - Requiring racetrack participate in WV Thoroughbred Development Fund - Introduced 1/10/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Passed Senate 1/30/2019 - To House 1/31/2019 - To Finance

 

*253.    By Sen. Jeffries, Lindsay, Baldwin, Beach and Hamilton - Protecting consumers from automatic purchase renewal and continuous service offers - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/2019 - Passed Senate 1/25/2019 - To House 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*255.    By Sen. Boso, Baldwin and Maroney - Relating to Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/18/2019 - Passed Senate 1/23/2019 - To House 1/24/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/1/2019 - To Governor 2/8/19 - Approved by Governor 2/14/19

 

 256.    By Sen. Weld, Cline, Baldwin, Tarr, Clements and Maroney - Allowing certain deductions from individual personal income tax refunds - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 1/16/2019 - Passed Senate 1/31/2019 - To House 2/1/2019 - To Finance

 

*258.    By Sen. Trump and Tarr - Establishing common law "veil piercing" claims not be used to impose personal liability - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/30/2019 - To House 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*259.    By Sen. Sypolt, Azinger, Beach, Boso, Clements, Hamilton, Maynard, Rucker, Smith, Stollings, Woelfel, Cline, Jeffries, Tarr and Maroney - Expanding Coyote Control Program (original similar to SB75) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - To Finance 1/24/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

*263.    By Sen. Prezioso, Woelfel, Baldwin, Sypolt, Jeffries, Maroney and Lindsay - Limiting number of days legislators may be compensated during extended and extraordinary sessions if budget bill not enacted (original similar to HB2147, HB2172) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

*264.    By Sen. Trump, Hamilton, Cline and Tarr - Requiring courts to order restitution to crime victims where economically practicable - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/22/2019 - To Finance 1/22/2019 - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - To House 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*266.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Intermediate Court of Appeals and WV Appellate Review Organization Act of 2019 (original similar to HB2366) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/29/2019 - To Finance 1/29/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

 267.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring State Board of Education adopt policy detailing level of computer science instruction (original similar to HB2415) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/6/2019 - To House 2/7/2019 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 268.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Updating meaning of federal taxable income in WV Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original similar to HB2414) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/19

 

 269.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms used in WV Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to HB2413) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/28/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/5/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/19

 

*270.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Streamlining process for utilities access to DOH rights-of-way (original similar to HB2416) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 272.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Trump, Woelfel, Palumbo and Tarr - Updating code relating to Commission on Special Investigations (original similar to HB2434, SB71) - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/18/2019 - To House 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/2019 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House title amendment 1/31/2019 - Passed Senate 1/31/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/5/19 - Vetoed by Governor 2/11/19 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 2/20/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment 2/21/2019 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

*285.    By Sen. Sypolt, Azinger, Beach, Boso, Clements, Cline, Facemire, Hamilton, Maynard, Prezioso, Smith, Stollings, Swope, Takubo, Tarr, Trump, Rucker, Roberts and Maroney - Relating to sale of homemade food items (original similar to HB2564) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - To Government Organization 1/25/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*291.    By Sen. Sypolt, Baldwin, Maynard, Rucker and Roberts - Relating generally to survivor benefits for emergency response providers (original similar to HB2438) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 1/23/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Finance

 

*295.    By Sen. Hamilton, Boso, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Maynard, Smith, Sypolt, Cline, Trump, Rucker and Lindsay - Relating to crimes against public justice (original similar to HB3000) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 296.    By Sen. Hamilton, Boso, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries and Smith - Providing 11-month window to permit members of PERS to purchase credited service (original similar to SB122) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 1/17/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 297.    By Sen. Hamilton, Boso, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Smith, Sypolt, Cline, Trump, Roberts, Tarr, Lindsay and Baldwin - Extending expiration of military members' spouses' driver's license (original similar to HB2784) - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 1/16/2019 - Passed Senate 1/31/2019 - To House 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*310.    By Sen. Stollings, Jeffries, Beach, Takubo and Prezioso - Establishing certain requirements for dental insurance (original similar to HB2754) - Introduced 1/15/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/18/2019 - To Finance 1/18/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/15/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/20/2019 - To Health and Human Resources

 

*317.    By Sen. Maynard, Cline and Sypolt - Authorizing three or more adjacent counties form multicounty trail network authority - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary 1/22/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*323.    By Sen. Baldwin, Beach, Maynard, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Sypolt, Plymale, Cline, Roberts, Hamilton and Stollings - Establishing revenue fund and source to support Department of Agriculture's improvement to facilities (original similar to HB2468, SB385) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - To Finance 1/30/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/11/2019 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/13/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 324.    By Sen. Sypolt, Beach, Rucker, Smith, Weld, Boso, Cline, Clements, Tarr and Hamilton - Relating to Commissioner of Agriculture employees (original similar to HB2528, HB2624) - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2019 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/7/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 331.    By Sen. Maynard, Cline and Smith - Using leashed dogs to track mortally wounded deer or bear - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 332.    By Sen. Maynard and Cline - Relating to Class Q special hunting permit for disabled persons - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

 333.    By Sen. Maynard, Boso, Sypolt and Tarr - Exempting automobiles 25 years or older from personal property taxes - Introduced 1/16/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 1/23/2019 - Passed Senate 2/19/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

*339.    By Sen. Rucker, Azinger, Boso, Cline, Maynard, Sypolt, Tarr, Swope and Roberts - Allowing certain persons carry pepper spray in State Capitol Complex (original similar to SB338) - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/11/2019 - Passed Senate 2/14/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/15/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*340.    By Sen. Trump and Stollings - Repealing obsolete provisions of code relating to WV Physicians Mutual Insurance Company - Introduced 1/17/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - To House 2/21/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

 343.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Relating to review and approval of state property leases (original similar to HB2601) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*344.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Prezioso and Cline - Relating to operation of state-owned farms (original similar to HB2560) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2019 - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

*345.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Relating to fire service equipment and training funds for VFDs (original similar to HB2558) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

 

 346.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Changing rate which certain judges are paid for mileage when traveling within state (original similar to HB2566) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Finance

 

*352.    By Sen. Weld and Cline - Relating to Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation acquiring and disposing of services, goods, and commodities (original similar to HB2772) - Introduced 1/18/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

 354.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Maroney, Roberts, Swope, Sypolt, Tarr, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Palumbo, Prezioso and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds to balance of Auditor's Office - Chief Inspector's Fund - Introduced 1/18/2019 - Passed Senate 1/23/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 1/24/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/8/2019 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*356.    By Sen. Weld, Clements, Maroney, Cline and Swope - Requiring MAPS provide state and federal prosecutors information (original similar to HB2698) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/2019 - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*357.    By Sen. Weld, Clements and Cline - Relating generally to Division of Administrative Services - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 358.    By Sen. Weld, Clements, Cline and Swope - Exempting Purchasing Division purchases for equipment to maintain security at state facilities (original similar to HB2695) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*360.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to third-party litigation financing - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - To House 2/20/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*361.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to Public Defender Services - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*369.    By Sen. Takubo, Stollings and Baldwin - Relating to generic drug products (original similar to HB2811) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

*373.    By Sen. Weld, Clements and Maroney - Relating to financial responsibility of inmates (original similar to HB2764) - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/2019

 

 377.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating to minimum wage and maximum hour standards - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/19/2019 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/20/2019

 

*387.    By Sen. Weld - Relating generally to extradition (original similar to HB2757) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2019 - Passed Senate 2/6/2019 - To House 2/7/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/2019

 

*389.    By Sen. Maynard, Beach, Cline and Hamilton - Allowing developmentally disabled person purchase base hunting license (original similar to HB2791) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Natural Resources - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/2019

 

*390.    By Sen. Maynard, Tarr, Plymale, Cline and Sypolt - Requiring electric utilities submit feasibility studies of constructing and operating middle-mile broadband internet projects - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Economic Development - Com. sub. reported 1/25/2019 - Passed Senate 2/1/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

*392.    By Sen. Weld and Clements - Relating to payment of invoices received by Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation for contract work - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/1/2019 - Passed Senate 2/7/2019 - To House 2/8/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*393.    By Sen. Sypolt, Azinger, Baldwin, Blair, Boso, Clements, Hamilton, Jeffries, Maynard, Hardesty, Rucker, Smith, Takubo, Tarr, Plymale, Beach, Cline, Roberts, Swope and Trump - Protecting right to farm (original similar to HB2774, HB2900) - Introduced 1/22/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - To House 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*398.    By Sen. Trump, Takubo, Stollings and Prezioso - Relating to compensation for senior judges - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/2019 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - Senate reconsidered action - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/12/2019

 

 399.    By Sen. Trump, Stollings and Beach - Relating to compensation for senior magistrates - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/4/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

*402.    By Sen. Sypolt, Beach, Stollings, Hamilton, Boso, Cline, Baldwin, Maroney and Prezioso - Authorizing Division of Forestry investigate and enforce timber theft violations (original similar to HB2717) - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary 2/8/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/2019 - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - To House 2/21/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

*405.    By Sen. Sypolt - Increasing limit on additional expenses incurred in preparing notice list for redemption - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Government Organization

 

*408.    By Sen. Palumbo and Woelfel - Determining indigency for public defender services - Introduced 1/23/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 440.    By Sen. Prezioso, Beach, Blair, Clements, Ihlenfeld, Maroney, Smith, Stollings, Sypolt, Takubo, Trump, Hamilton, Jeffries, Hardesty, Baldwin and Romano - Relating to Antihazing Law (original similar to SB345) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - To House 2/13/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 442.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, and decreasing appropriation to Insurance Commission (original similar to HB2795) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 443.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation of federal moneys to DHHR divisions (original similar to HB2782) - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 444.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to DHHR divisions - Introduced 1/28/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*451.    By Sen. Rucker, Blair, Azinger, Boley, Cline, Maynard, Roberts and Trump (Originating in Senate Education) - Comprehensive education reform - Introduced 1/28/2019 - Motion to refer bill to Committee of the Whole adopted - Point of Order ruled not well taken - Bill referred to Committee of the Whole - Com. sub. reported 1/31/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - Motion to postpone indefinitely tabled - To Education then Finance - Amendment to motion as to time of public hearing adopted - Motion adopted - To House Finance 2/11/2019 - House reconsidered its action on Roll Call 141 - Shall a revised amendment be offered - Amended - Motion for previous question rejected - Passed House 2/14/2019 - Title amended - Amendment to House amendment adopted  - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - Motion to postpone until 4 pm rejected - Motion to postpone indefinitely adopted

 

 452.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to Second Chance Driver's License Program (original similar to HB2783) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/2019 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage

 

 453.    By Sen. Azinger and Cline - Relating to background checks of certain financial institutions (original similar to HB2621) - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 2/8/2019 - To House 2/11/2019 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/15/2019

 

 461.    By Sen. Blair - Providing for personal income tax withholding on certain lottery winnings - Introduced 1/29/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/14/2019 - To Finance

 

*481.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/8/2019 - Passed Senate 2/13/2019 - To House 2/14/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*489.    By Sen. Maroney, Takubo and Tarr - Relating to Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act (original similar to HB2806) - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

*491.    By Sen. Trump and Palumbo - Extending effective date for voter registration in conjunction with driver licensing - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2019 - Passed Senate 2/12/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*496.    By Sen. Sypolt, Smith and Maroney - Transferring authority to regulate milk from DHHR to Department of Agriculture - Introduced 1/31/2019 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/2019 - To Government Organization

 

 499.    By Sen. Blair and Cline - Amending WV tax laws to conform to changes in partnerships for federal income tax purposes (original similar to HB2798) - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Finance

 

*502.    By Sen. Blair - Exempting sales of investment metal bullion and coins - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Finance

 

*510.    By Sen. Takubo, Maroney and Weld - Relating to medical professional liability - Introduced 2/1/2019 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/7/2019 - Referred to Judiciary 2/7/2019 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/2019 - To House 2/21/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*512.    By Sen. Jeffries, Weld, Boso and Lindsay - Regulating pawnbrokers - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/20/2019 - To House 2/20/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*516.    By Sen. Boso, Swope and Maroney - Relating to attorney fees in subsidized adoptions (original similar to SB504) - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - To House 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

*518.    By Sen. Maroney, Plymale, Stollings, Tarr, Woelfel, Takubo and Swope - Restricting sale and trade of dextromethorphan - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/8/2019 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - To House 2/18/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 519.    By Sen. Maroney, Plymale, Stollings, Woelfel, Takubo, Boso and Swope - Requiring county emergency dispatchers complete course for telephonic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (original similar to HB2880) - Introduced 2/4/2019 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Finance 2/8/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019

 

 542.    By Sen. Clements, Swope, Beach, Plymale and Roberts (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Relating to registration fees for military-related special registration plates - Introduced 2/6/2019 - Passed Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

 

 545.    By Sen. Azinger - Relating to HIV testing (original similar to HB2908) - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Special Calendar 2/22/2019

 

 550.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Facemire, Hamilton, Ihlenfeld, Maroney, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Roberts, Swope, Sypolt, Tarr, Stollings, Jeffries, Hardesty, Romano and Cline - Declaring certain claims to be moral obligations of state - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/18/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/19/2019 - To Finance

 

*553.    By Sen. Lindsay, Jeffries, Stollings and Beach - Relating to federal funds for land-grant institutions - Introduced 2/7/2019 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - To Finance 2/13/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective July 1, 2019 - To House 2/20/2019 - To Education then Finance

 

*563.    By Sen. Trump, Woelfel, Plymale, Boso and Rucker - Prohibiting sexual assault victim be subjected to certain physical examinations - Introduced 2/8/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/18/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 587.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to PEIA reimbursement of air ambulance providers - Introduced 2/12/2019 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - To House 2/20/2019 - To Finance

 

 590.    By Sen. Maynard, Mann, Rucker, Smith, Sypolt and Cline (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Permitting guided bear hunts by licensed outfitters and guides - Introduced 2/12/2019 - Passed Senate 2/15/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/18/2019 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

*601.    By Sen. Trump - Relating to mandatory supervision of adult inmates - Introduced 2/13/2019 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/2019 - To Judiciary

 

 617.    By Sen. Azinger, Hamilton, Plymale and Ihlenfeld (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Relating to method of payment to Municipal Pensions Security Fund - Introduced 2/14/2019 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/19/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

 

 618.    By Sen. Blair, Mann, Roberts, Swope and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to effect on levy rate when appraisal results in tax increase - Introduced 2/14/2019 - Rejected by Senate 2/19/2019 2/19/2019

 

 635.    By Sen. Smith (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Relating generally to coal mining activities - Introduced 2/15/2019 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/21/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/2019 - To Energy

 

 636.    By Sen. Rucker, Azinger, Cline, Plymale, Roberts and Trump (Originating in Senate Education) - Authorizing legislative rules for Higher Education Policy Commission - Introduced 2/15/2019 - Passed Senate 2/20/2019 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/2019 - To Education

 

 

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

*5.        By Sen. Trump and Boso - Clarification of the Judiciary's Role in Impeachment Proceedings Amendment - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/2019 - Adopted by Senate 2/11/2019 - To House 2/12/2019 - To Finance then Judiciary

 

 

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

 1.        By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Takubo and Prezioso - Adopting joint rules of Senate and House of Delegates - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/9/2019 - To House 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

 2.        By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Blair and Prezioso - Relating to payment of expenses of 84th Legislature - Introduced 1/9/2019 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/9/2019 - To House 1/9/2019 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/9/2019

 

*4.        By Sen. Swope - US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Dennis Ray Blankenship Memorial Road - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 1/23/2019 - Adopted by Senate 1/24/2019 - To House 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 1/25/2019

 

 5.        By Sen. Cline and Plymale - Home of Coach Bob Bolen Mountain State University 2004 NAIA Champions sign - Introduced 1/9/2019 - To Government Organization - Adopted by Senate 2/14/2019 - To House 2/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/15/2019

 

*7.        By Sen. Sypolt, Baldwin, Cline and Smith - Urging Congress provide exceptions to weight limits on interstate - Introduced 1/11/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 2/13/2019 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/2019 - To House 2/15/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/15/2019

 

 9.        By Sen. Hamilton, Boso, Jeffries, Maynard, Smith, Sypolt, Maroney and Lindsay - US Army PFC Winten L. Wayts Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/14/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 1/24/2019 - To House 1/25/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 1/25/2019

 

 11.      By Sen. Clements, Roberts, Rucker, Palumbo, Jeffries, Woelfel, Plymale, Swope, Boso, Unger, Sypolt, Stollings, Romano, Beach, Blair, Baldwin, Smith, Cline, Prezioso, Lindsay and Hamilton - Urging Congress pass fully funded long-term surface transportation and infrastructure measures - Introduced 1/18/2019 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/18/2019 - To House 1/21/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

 12.      By Sen. Stollings, Maroney and Swope - US Army CPL Lee Roy Young Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 1/31/2019 - To House 2/1/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/1/2019

 

 16.      By Sen. Romano, Azinger, Baldwin, Beach, Hardesty, Jeffries, Lindsay, Maynard, Unger, Boso, Palumbo, Swope and Stollings - US Army SP4 Wilbur Allen Smith Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/25/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/7/2019 - To House 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/8/2019

 

 20.      By Sen. Maroney, Clements, Baldwin, Stollings and Swope - US Air Force SSGT Ryan David Hammond Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/30/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 2/7/2019 - To House 2/8/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/8/2019

 

 23.      By Sen. Beach, Woelfel, Stollings, Baldwin, Swope, Lindsay and Maroney - Jeffrey Alan Clovis Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/4/2019 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 2/4/2019 - To House 2/5/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules

 

*25.      By Sen. Beach, Jeffries, Stollings, Baldwin, Palumbo and Swope - US Army PFC Andrew "Bo" Martin Harper Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/2019 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 2/15/2019 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/2019 - To House 2/19/2019 - To Technology and Infrastructure then Rules - To House Technology and Infrastructure 2/19/2019

 

 35.      By Sen. Weld, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Stollings, Beach, Cline, Prezioso, Swope and Baldwin - Designating days for displaying Honor and Remember Flag at WV Veterans Memorial - Introduced 2/15/2019 - To Military - Adopted by Senate 2/21/2019 - To House 2/21/2019 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/21/2019

 

 

HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

*2191.  By Del. Westfall, Espinosa and Barrett - Relating generally to limited video lottery - Passed 2/12/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

*2307.  By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson - Relating to creating a provisional license for practicing barbering and cosmetology - Passed 2/12/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*2324.  By Del. Summers and Pushkin - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - Passed 2/21/2019

 

 2351.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Rohrbach, Rowan, Summers, Thompson, C., Walker, Staggers, Atkinson and Angelucci (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Relating to regulating prior authorizations - Passed 2/20/2019; Effective from passage

 

*2446.  By Del. Hollen, Steele and Mandt - Blue Alert Plan - Passed 2/13/2019 - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 2459.  By Del. Shott, Capito, Kessinger, Mandt, Fleischauer, Pushkin, Byrd, Robinson, Brown, S. and Lovejoy - Exercising authority to exempt individuals domiciled within the state from certain restrictions contained in federal law - Passed 2/20/2019

 

 2462.  By Del. Hollen, Canestraro, Kelly, D., Foster, Fast, Harshbarger and Mandt - Issuing a certificate to correctional employees to carry firearms (original similar to SB337) - Passed 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/14/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*2481.  By Del. Steele, Foster, Kessinger, Pushkin, Barrett and Pyles - Permitting retail sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays after 1 p.m. - Passed 2/19/2019; Effective from passage

 

 2492.  By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, Jeffries, D., Hollen and Butler - Relating to mandatory reporting procedures of abuse and neglect of adults and children - Passed 2/19/2019

 

*2521.  By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Bibby, Kelly, D., Atkinson, Sypolt, Hanna, Mandt and Porterfield - Relating to permitting fur-bearer parts - Passed 2/15/2019

 

*2607.  By Del. Hill, Staggers, Howell, Rowan and Jeffries, D. - Relating to the licensure of nursing homes (original similar to SB434) - Passed 2/20/2019

 

 2666.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Veterans’ Assistance (original similar to SB446) - Passed 2/21/2019; Effective from passage

 

 2668.  By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Administration, Public Defender Services (original similar to SB422) - Passed 2/21/2019; Effective from passage

 

 

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

 1.        By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly  - Adopted 1/9/2019

 

 

SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

*17.      By Sen. Trump and Boso - Relating to probation eligibility - Passed 1/29/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/5/19 - Approved by Governor 2/11/19

 

*18.      By Sen. Trump, Boso, Takubo and Cline - Relating to crimes committed on State Capitol Complex (original similar to HB2092) - Passed 2/13/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 27.      By Sen. Blair - Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played (original similar to HB2184) - Passed 2/5/2019 - To Governor 2/21/19

 

*61.      By Sen. Weld and Trump - Adding certain crimes for which prosecutor may apply for wiretap (original similar to HB2940) - Passed 2/19/2019

 

 119.    By Sen. Trump and Boso - Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings - Passed 1/29/2019 - To Governor 2/5/19 - Approved by Governor 2/8/19

 

 177.    By Sen. Maynard - Fire Commission rule relating to State Building Code (original similar to HB2240) - Passed 1/31/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/8/19 - Approved by Governor 2/14/19

 

*240.    By Sen. Maynard, Trump, Cline and Swope - Repealing certain legislative rules no longer authorized or are obsolete - Passed 2/11/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*255.    By Sen. Boso, Baldwin and Maroney - Relating to Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee - Passed 2/1/2019 - To Governor 2/8/19 - Approved by Governor 2/14/19

 

 267.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring State Board of Education adopt policy detailing level of computer science instruction (original similar to HB2415) - Passed 2/11/2019 - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 268.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Updating meaning of federal taxable income in WV Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original similar to HB2414) - Passed 2/5/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/19

 

 269.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms used in WV Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to HB2413) - Passed 2/5/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/21/19

 

*270.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Streamlining process for utilities access to DOH rights-of-way (original similar to HB2416) - Passed 2/21/2019; Effective from passage

 

 272.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Trump, Woelfel, Palumbo and Tarr - Updating code relating to Commission on Special Investigations (original similar to HB2434, SB71) - Passed 1/31/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/5/19 - Vetoed by Governor 2/11/19 - Senate reconsidered action 2/20/2019 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 2/20/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment 2/21/2019 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 2/21/2019

 

*323.    By Sen. Baldwin, Beach, Maynard, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Sypolt, Plymale, Cline, Roberts, Hamilton and Stollings - Establishing revenue fund and source to support Department of Agriculture's improvement to facilities (original similar to HB2468, SB385) - Passed 2/13/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/19/19

 

 324.    By Sen. Sypolt, Beach, Rucker, Smith, Weld, Boso, Cline, Clements, Tarr and Hamilton - Relating to Commissioner of Agriculture employees (original similar to HB2528, HB2624) - Passed 2/7/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

 354.    By Sen. Blair, Boley, Maroney, Roberts, Swope, Sypolt, Tarr, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Palumbo, Prezioso and Unger (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds to balance of Auditor's Office - Chief Inspector's Fund - Passed 2/8/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/15/19 - Approved by Governor 2/19/19

 

*356.    By Sen. Weld, Clements, Maroney, Cline and Swope - Requiring MAPS provide state and federal prosecutors information (original similar to HB2698) - Passed 2/21/2019

 

 358.    By Sen. Weld, Clements, Cline and Swope - Exempting Purchasing Division purchases for equipment to maintain security at state facilities (original similar to HB2695) - Passed 2/21/2019

 

 377.    By Sen. Maynard - Relating to minimum wage and maximum hour standards - Passed 2/20/2019

 

*387.    By Sen. Weld - Relating generally to extradition (original similar to HB2757) - Passed 2/21/2019

 

 452.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President) and Prezioso [By Request of the Executive] - Supplemental appropriation to Second Chance Driver's License Program (original similar to HB2783) - Passed 2/21/2019; Effective from passage

 

 

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

 1.        By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Takubo and Prezioso - Adopting joint rules of Senate and House of Delegates - Adopted 1/9/2019

 

 2.        By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Blair and Prezioso - Relating to payment of expenses of 84th Legislature - Adopted 1/9/2019

 

 

HOUSE BILLS VETOED BY GOVERNOR

 

 

SENATE BILLS VETOED BY GOVERNOR

 

 272.    By Sen. Carmichael (Mr. President), Trump, Woelfel, Palumbo and Tarr - Updating code relating to Commission on Special Investigations (original similar to HB2434, SB71) - Passed 1/31/2019; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/5/19 - Vetoed by Governor 2/11/19 - Senate reconsidered action 2/20/2019 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 2/20/2019 - House concurred in Senate amendment 2/21/2019 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 2/21/2019

 

 

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