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House Bills Introduced


1 - 09 - 2019
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1 - 10 - 2019 (Rule-Making)
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HOUSE OF DELEGATES

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

2574.   By Del. Foster, Steele, Waxman, Kessinger, Bibby, Hardy, Maynard, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Householder and D. Kelly - Repealing the soft drink tax (FN) - To Finance

2575.   By Del. Rodighiero - Freezing PEIA employee premiums for three years (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2576.   By Del. Rodighiero - Establishing a tax credit for new businesses that locate in the state (FN) - 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 (FN) - 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 - 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 - To the Judiciary

2580.   By Del. Rodighiero - Reducing state income taxes for state and federal retirees by increasing the exemption on retirement income (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2581.   By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program be issued a photo identification card (FN) - To the 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 (FN) - 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 (FN) - 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 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2585.   By Del. Malcolm, D. Jeffries, Kump, D. Kelly, 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 - 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 (FN) - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Education

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

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

2589.   By Del. Hansen, Ellington, Hanna, Miley, Lovejoy, McGeehan, Phillips, Evans, Fleischauer and Miller - Relating to solar energy on formerly mined land (FN) - To Technology and Infrastructure then Energy

2590.   By Del. Porterfield - Relating to payment of taxes by co owner or others - To the Judiciary

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

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

2593.   By Del. Rohrbach - Limiting the increase or decrease of state funding to a county board of education (FN) - To Education then Finance

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

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 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

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

2597.   By Del. Porterfield, J. Jeffries, Maynard, Cooper, Malcolm, Paynter, Cadle, Wilson, Harshbarger, Fast and Foster - Creating a hunting permit to safely accommodate visually impaired hunters (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary

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 - To Government Organization

2599.   By Del. Rowan - Awarding service weapons to special natural resources police officers upon retirement - To the Judiciary

2600.   By Del. Summers and Kessinger - Relating to publication of sample ballots - To the Judiciary

2601.   By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson - Relating to the review and approval of state property leases - To Government Organization

2602.   By Del. Miller, Canestraro, Hollen, N. Brown and D. Kelly - Including possession of known stolen property in the offense of receiving or transferring stolen property (FN) - To the 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 (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

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

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

2606.   By Del. Estep-Burton, Lavender-Bowe, S. Brown and Doyle - Requiring 30 minutes of unstructured play time daily for students in kindergarten through grade 5 (FN) - To Education

 

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