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Craig Blair (R - Berkeley, 15)





CONTACT

craig.blair@wvsenate.gov

Capitol Office:
Room 461M, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 357-7867

Home:
47 Wasser Drive
Martinsburg, WV, 25403
Home Phone: (304) 754-5040
Business Phone: (304) 754-9031

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

CHAIR: Committee of the Whole
CHAIR: Finance
VICE CHAIR: Education
Banking and Insurance
Committee of the Whole
Confirmations
Rules

INTERIM COMMITTEES:
CHAIR: Finance
Committee on Flooding
Dept of Transportation Accountability
Economic Development
Energy
Government Accountability, Transparency and Efficiency Committee
Government and Finance
Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services


DISTRICT 15


District Counties: Berkeley (part), Hampshire, Mineral (part), Morgan

 

SPONSORED LEGISLATION, 2019

Senator Blair was the Lead Sponsor of 51 bills
BillTitleStatusCommittee
SB 6Creating tax credits for certain educational expenses incurred by teachersPendingEducation
SB 8Dissolving Information Services and Communications DivisionPending
SB 9Alleviating double taxation on foreign income at state levelPendingFinance
SB 10Relating to Second Chance Driver's License ProgramPendingFinance
SB 11Relating to retirement and pension benefits of certain PERS and Teachers Retirement System members who serve in LegislaturePendingFinance
SB 12Exempting DNR police officers' pension benefits from state income taxPending
SB 13Relating to distributions from State Excess Lottery FundSigned
SB 14Creating WV Farm-to-School Grant ProgramPendingFinance
SB 19Relating to Senior Farmers Market Nutrition ProgramPendingFinance
SB 20Providing wind power projects be taxed at real property ratePendingFinance
SB 21Establishing Katherine Johnson AcademyPendingEducation
SB 22Adopting Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act of 2015Pending
SB 23Creating five-year sunset on all tax credits established in chapter 11 of codePendingFinance
SB 24Relating generally to local boards of healthPendingFinance
SB 26Permitting certain employees of educational service cooperatives participate in state's teacher retirement systemsSigned
SB 27Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be playedSigned
SB 28Removing hotel occupancy tax limit collects for medical care and emergency servicesPASS
SB 29Creating ten-year tax credits for businesses locating on post-coal mine sitesPending
SB 30Eliminating tax on annuity considerations collected by life insurerPASS
SB 31Relating generally to Local Powers ActPendingFinance
SB 147Shifting funding from Landfill Closure Assistance Fund to local solid waste authoritiesPASS
SB 309Relating to civil asset forfeiturePendingJudiciary
SB 354Expiring funds to balance of Auditor's Office - Chief Inspector's FundSigned
SB 366Authorizing Division of Protective Services issue electronic key cards to qualified applicants to enter State CapitolPending
SB 385Establishing and funding Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements FundPendingFinance
SB 455Relating generally to contractorsPendingFinance
SB 456Authorizing railroads and commercial watercraft claim refundable exemption from motor fuel excise taxPendingFinance
SB 457Exempting sales by nonprofit and volunteer school support organizations from consumers sales and service taxPendingFinance
SB 461Relating generally to lottery prizesPASS
SB 462Updating officer liability provisions for sales taxPendingFinance
SB 464Modifying licensing requirements for telemedicine and surgery or podiatryRejected
SB 476Training of State Tax Division employeesPendingFinance
SB 477Relating generally to collection of use taxPendingFinance
SB 499Amending WV tax laws to conform to changes in partnerships for federal income tax purposesPASS
SB 502Exempting sales of investment metal bullion and coinsPASS
SB 543Relating generally to automobile warranties and inspectionsPASS
SB 550Declaring certain claims to be moral obligations of statePASS
SB 592Providing for collection of hotel occupancy tax by marketplace facilitatorsPendingGovernment Organization
SB 595Allowing retired teachers be employed by certain higher education entitiesPendingEducation
SB 607Requiring county boards of education provide camera in classrooms for exceptional needs studentsPendingEducation
SB 614Relating generally to effect on regular levy rate when appraisal results in tax increasePendingFinance
SB 618Relating to effect on levy rate when appraisal results in tax increaseRejected
SB 623Relating to placement of legal advertisementsPendingFinance
SB 637Relating to revocation, cancellation, or suspension of business registration certificatesPendingJudiciary
SB 656Relating to electronic filing of tax returnsPASS
SB 674Supplemental appropriation to Division of Human ServicesPendingFinance
SB 677Supplemental appropriation to Division of Health and Division of Human ServicesSigned
SB 678Supplemental appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to Office of TechnologySigned
SB 679Supplemental appropriation to Division of FinanceSigned
SB 680Supplemental appropriations to various divisions in DMAPSSigned
SB 681Supplemental appropriation from Lottery Net Profits to Educational Broadcasting AuthoritySigned

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