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Mark R. Maynard (R - Wayne, 06)





CONTACT

Mark.Maynard@wvsenate.gov

Capitol Office:
Room 217W, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 357-7808

District:
15577 Route 152 Road
Wayne, WV 25570
District Phone: (304) 360-6272

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

CHAIR: Enrolled Bills
CHAIR: Government Organization
Agriculture and Rural Development
Interstate Cooperation
Judiciary
Transportation and Infrastructure

INTERIM COMMITTEES:
CHAIR: Government Operations
CHAIR: Government Organization
CHAIR: Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Subcommittee
Agriculture and Rural Development
Education
Forest Management Review Commission
Health
Interstate Cooperation
Judiciary
Natural Gas Development
Post Audits Subcommittee
Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services


DISTRICT 06


District Counties: McDowell (part), Mercer, Mingo (part), Wayne (part)

 

SPONSORED LEGISLATION, 2021

Senator Maynard was the Lead Sponsor of 58 bills
BillTitleStatusCommittee
SB 85Requiring Public Land Corporation and Real Estate Division review all vacated publicly owned propertyPending
SB 86Creating Office of Outdoor RecreationPending
SB 87Enacting WV Human Life Protection ActPendingHealth and Human Resources
SB 88Exempting WV senior citizens 65 and older from personal income taxPendingFinance
SB 118Require parental notification of minors being prescribed contraceptivesPendingHealth and Human Resources
SB 122Allowing counties to hold inmates under certain circumstances in county jailPendingJudiciary
SB 246Allowing licensed employees, staff, and students of public universities to carry concealed weaponPendingJudiciary
SB 247Authorizing Commissioner of Highways to designate road as historic routePending
SB 248Requiring DHHR collaborate with Workforce Development Board and WV Division of Personnel for purposes of job placementPendingGovernment Organization
SB 249Creating Health Care Choice ActPendingBanking and Insurance
SB 269Relating to Universal Recognition of Occupational Licenses ActPending
SB 270Providing for collection of tax by hotel marketplace facilitatorsSigned
SB 279Eliminating restriction to carry firearm on State Capitol Complex groundsPendingJudiciary
SB 282Limiting increase in assessed tax valuation for improvements to residential real propertyPendingFinance
SB 283Relating to public and private funding of road construction projectsPending
SB 284Allowing private schools option of making vaccinations required for enrollmentPendingHealth and Human Resources
SB 285Requiring parental notification of school-based dispensaries of contraceptives to minorsPendingHealth and Human Resources
SB 286Providing for special obligation notes to finance construction completing I-73 and I-74Pending
SB 293Clarifying that Economic Development Authority is not authorized to enter into banking contracts without State Treasurer approvalPendingGovernment Organization
SB 298Limiting landowner liability for recreational use of landsPendingJudiciary
SB 301Relating to patients' rights and vaccinationsPendingHealth and Human Resources
SB 303Creating Local Government Labor and Consumer Marketing Regulatory Limitation ActPendingJudiciary
SB 304Requiring Secretary of State maintain online database of religious organizationsPendingJudiciary
SB 338Creating Fire Service Equipment and Training FundSigned
SB 374Increasing threshold for bid requirement to $10,000 to be consistent with other state agenciesPending
SB 440Relating to requirements on abandoned or discontinued state highway or roadPendingFinance
SB 451Relating to possession of firearms by individuals during declared state of emergencyPendingJudiciary
SB 452Requiring development of comprehensive and strategic plan for off-highway vehicle recreationPending
SB 453Creating inventory and mapping of all roads in state forests, state parks, national forests, and national parksPending
SB 454Requiring DOH provide web-based interactive and downloadable road mapsPending
SB 455Creating reporting system for illegal gates on public roadsPending
SB 466Relating generally to appraisal management companiesPASS
SB 469Permitting and establishing requirements for appearance by video for purpose of notarial actsSigned
SB 471Updating firefighter training requirementsPending
SB 472Updating criteria for regulating certain occupations and professionsPending
SB 473Permitting primitive camping at state campgroundsPendingNatural Resources
SB 488Relating to distributing hotel occupancy tax to convention and visitor's bureausPASS
SB 510Extending Adopt-a-Trail programs for unimproved public roadsPending
SB 523Correcting improper code referencesSigned
SB 524Correcting amount of current 911 fee PendingFinance
SB 529Correcting improper citation relating to DMV registrationPASS
SB 553Removing liability from railroad company in certain instancesPendingJudiciary
SB 554Creating WV Motorsports Entertainment Complex Investment ActPendingFinance
SB 619Replacing Higher Education Policy Commission with new Office of Post-Secondary EducationPendingEducation
SB 638Allowing "one button" straight party ticket votingPendingJudiciary
SB 639Making elections of all judges and county boards of education partisanPendingJudiciary
SB 661Permitting retailers to assume sales or use tax assessed on tangible personal propertyPASS
SB 664Establishing public easement by prescription on private propertyPendingJudiciary
SB 675Clarifying process for filling vacancies in LegislaturePendingJudiciary
SB 676Requiring off-highway vehicle gas tax be used for state road mappingPending
SB 699Relating to reasonable force in defense of self, real, and personal propertyPendingJudiciary
SB 700Creating WV Monument and Memorial Protection Act of 2021PendingJudiciary
SB 703Establishing searchable databases for registered corporation and sole proprietorship informationPending
SB 704Exempting certain persons from personal income taxPendingFinance
SB 707Requiring solid waste authorities provide roll-off dumpster for residentsPending
SB 708Establishing County Cleanup Committee within DNRPending
SB 709Establishing Adventure Travel Recreation Program within DNRPendingNatural Resources
SB 716Encouraging public access and use of state roads and trailsPendingFinance

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