Member's Press Release
Release Date: 02/10/2020
Contact: Jared Hunt at (304) 340-3323
House of Delegates
On the Agenda: Tuesday in the House of Delegates
Here’s what’s scheduled Tuesday in the House of Delegates:
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
35th Day of the Legislative Session
House to convene at 11 a.m. On the agenda:
THIRD READING – For Passage
- Sub. for S. B. 364 - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules
- Sub. for H. B. 4069 - West Virginia Student Religious Liberties Act (Amendment Pending)
SECOND READING – Amendment Stage
- Sub. for S. B. 35 - Limiting civil penalty for littering conviction to $2,000
- Sub. for S. B. 449 - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules
- B. 4178 - Requiring calls which are recorded be maintained for a period of five years
- B. 4455 - Permitting fees from the Central Abuse Registry to be used for costs relating to information technology support and infrastructure
- Sub. for H. B. 4478 - Creating a lifetime ban for commercial drivers involved in human trafficking
- Sub. for H. B. 4544 - Relating to possession of any controlled substance on the premises of or within 200 feet of a public library
- B. 4551 - Relating to subsidized adoption (Health and Human Resources Committee Amendment Pending)
- Sub. for H. B. 4576 - Establishing a procedure for correcting errors in deeds, deeds of trust and mortgages
- B. 4647 - Relating to limited video lottery permit holders
- Sub. for S. B. 16 - Creating Protect Our Right to Unite Act
- Sub. for S. B. 560 - Permitting nursing home use trained individuals administer medication (Health and Human Resources Committee Amendment Pending)
- Sub. for H. B. 4088 - Disposition of funds from certain oil and natural gas wells due to unknown or unlocatable interest owners
- B. 4113 - Relating to motor fuel excise taxes (Finance Committee Title Amendment Pending)
- Sub. for H. B. 4158 - Allowing a person to manufacture a stated amount of alcoholic liquor for personal consumption
- Sub. for H. B. 4398 - Relating to required courses of instruction
- B. 4437 - Relating to the West Virginia Pay Card program
- Sub. for H. B. 4615 - West Virginia Critical Infrastructure Protection Act
- B. 4655 - Permitting military personnel in areas where on-the-job emergency medicine is part of the training to be granted automatic EMS or EMT certification
- Sub. for H. B. 4706 - Relating to reports concerning funds due to unknown or unlocatable interest owners
- B. 4790 - Relating to Career Technical Education for middle school students
Committee Meetings Scheduled:
Committee on Education
8:30 a.m. - Room 432 M
- B. 4165, West Virginia Remembers Program.
- B. 4729, Requiring higher education institutions to use previous versions or editions of instructional materials.
- B. 4720, Qualifying not-for-profit private baccalaureate institutions for the Advanced Career Education Programs and the WV Invests Grant Program.
- B. 4112, Requiring county school boards to provide adequate mental health evaluations, and counseling services.
- B. 4492, West Virginia Children's Vision Act.
- B. 4519, Establishing a summer youth intern pilot program within Department of Commerce.
Committee on the Judiciary
9:00 a.m. - Room 410 M
(***Agenda to be posted.***)
Committee on Finance
9:00 a.m. - Room 460 M
- B. (BLANK), Originating Bill, Reducing the cost of the fee for a state license to carry a concealed weapon.
- B. 4666, Relating to competitive bids for intergovernmental relations and urban mass transportation
Committee on Rules
10:45 a.m. - Behind Chamber
Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security
2:00 p.m. - Room 215 E
- B. 4485, Reorganizing and Redesignating DMAPS as Department of Homeland Security.
- B. 4176, West Virginia Intelligence/Fusion Center Act.
- B. 2732, Defend the Guard Act.
- B. 4608, Relating to the duties of law-enforcement training and certification subcommittee.
- B. 4511, Relating to exemptions for the U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs medical foster homes.
- B. 4589, Conducting study for an appropriate memorial for West Virginians killed in the War on Terror
Pensions and Retirement
2:00 p.m. - Room 460 M
- B. 4363, Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System. (2nd reference to Finance)
- B. 4627, Increasing the monthly retirement annuity for certain retirants. (2nd reference to Finance)
Committee on Energy
4:00 p.m. - Room 410 M
- B. 4439, Clarifying the method for calculating the amount of severance tax attributable to the increase in coal production.
Health and Human Resources
4:00 p.m. - Room 215 E
- B. 4123, Clarifying that 911 telecommunication workers are included in the definition of those individuals who perform "emergency services" during a disaster.
- B. 4387, Donated Drug Repository Program.
- B. 4546, Relating to tuberculosis testing for school superintendents.
- B. 4581, Relating to West Virginia Clearance for Access: Registry and Employment Screening.
- B. 4605, Transferring state facilities to comprehensive regional mental health centers.
- B. 4620, Redefining definition of "recovery residence".
- B. 4723, Permitting a certified behavioral analyst to be eligible for the student loan repayment program. (2nd reference to Finance)
- Sub. for S. B. 217, Requiring DHHR collaborate with Workforce Development Board and WV Division of Personnel for job placement.
- Sub. for S. B. 544, Authorizing pharmacists and pharmacy interns administer vaccines.
Citation Presentations Scheduled in House Chamber:
- 10:00 a.m. – State Parks Day, Delegate Atkinson
- 10:15 a.m. – Elkview Middle School, Delegate D. Jeffries
From the Activity Calendar:
WV Agriculture and Forestry Day
Upper House and Senate Rotundas
WV Parks Day