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The Newsletter of the West Virginia Legislature
Volume XXX, Issue 4 - February 8, 2019


The Doctor's on Duty

Program Builds a Relationship Between State Physicians and Lawmakers


by RYAN ALEXANDER
The West Virginia Legislature is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Doc for the Day Program. The Legislature has a long history of providing educational programs during the legislative sessions which include the Legislature’s Page Program for students, grades 6 thru 12, undergraduate and graduate internships that gives college students the opportunity to work with lawmakers and staff on a daily basis, and the Doc for the Day Program.

The program is sponsored by the West Virginia Chapter of the Academy of Family Physicians (WVAFP), and is authorized every session under agreement of the Speaker of the House of Delegates and the President of the State Senate. William Ferrell, a former administrator for the WVAFP, created the Doc for the Day Program in 1989, which was the first of its kind anywhere in the nation. Ferrell saw this program as an opportunity to build a relationship between the family physicians around the state and the legislature.

The Doc for the Day Program gives family physicians from across the state, including practicing physicians from Marshall and West Virginia University’s medical schools, to volunteer their medical services for a day during the 60-day legislative session. Physicians who volunteer their time provide medical services to legislators, legislative staff, government officials, and visitors at the Capitol. Health insurance is not required, no fees are charged, and appointments are not necessary for medical services rendered by the Doc for the Day. The family physicians work in the Capitol Dispensary, but are available for house calls anywhere in the Capitol, or the Capitol Complex. If the Doc for the Day is not available, a full time registered nurse is also available for assistance.

Lori Brown, the Capitol’s registered nurse, just started in her new positon this legislative session, and has already fallen in love with the job.

“This job is the best of both worlds for me,” said Brown. “I get to hear what is happening in the capitol, and I get to see patients as well who are all so kind and friendly. It’s a nice change from working at a hospital or office.”

The program is a great educational tool for both the family physicians and for the legislatures. Family physicians who volunteer their time at the Capitol get to immerse themselves into the legislative process that directly impacts the medical industry, and the program also educates legislative leaders and staff about the importance of family physicians.

The most important part of the program above all is treating the patients that walk in every day. Mary Ann Maurer, President of the WVAFP and faculty member at Charleston Area Medical Center, has participated in the program five times since 2014, and enjoys coming back every time to work with patients.

“I enjoy the opportunity to see the Legislature up close and personal, and providing care for the visitors and staff around the Capitol,” said Maurer. “I love seeing the patients. Lots of people visit the Capitol and become sick, or staff that come in for a checkup; other people stop by just to say hello.”

The Doc for the Day Program is the most successful program by the WVAFP, and is probably because of money and man power it saves the Legislature. By providing a family physician in the Capitol every day and free of charge, it saves valuable time for legislators that would have had to leave the Capitol to be treated for medical reasons.

As of this year, approximately 50,000 patients have received free medical service since the creation of the Doc for the Day Program in 1989, and averaging roughly 1,700 patients per legislative session.

 




Senate Legislation (02/04 - 02/08)

As of 4:00 p.m. Friday, February 8, 2019, the 31st day of the first regular session of the 84th Legislature, 563 bills have been introduced to the senate. Of those bills, 78 have passed and have been sent on to the House for further consideration.

SB 16: The bill would allow the expenditure of unexpended sums and surplus funds of the Wyoming County Commission to be placed into a special fund to establish a K-9 Unit for drug searches.

SB 30: The bill would provide that for the taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, the tax imposed by W.Va. Code §33-3-15 is discontinued. That section requires every life insurer transacting insurance in West Virginia to report annually to the Insurance Commissioner the gross amount of annuity considerations collected and received by it during the previous calendar year on its annuity business transacted in this state. Such amount is then taxed 1% of the gross amount of the annuity considerations, less annuity considerations returned and less termination allowances on group annuity contracts.

SB 90: The bill would do the following:

SB 100: The bill would modify the fee added to court costs in criminal actions, excluding municipal parking ordinances and to the amount of any case or property bond posted for a violation of criminal law. The current fee is $2. This bill would change that to $12.

SB 127: The bill would add to the duties of probation officers that of drug and alcohol testing of family court litigants.

SB 154: The bill would require county boards of education to allow school facilities to be used for the funeral or memorial service of a community member of distinction who was a military service member, veteran or who served as a first responder. Additionally, the bill would prohibit a funeral or memorial service held at a school facility from disrupting classroom instruction, other scheduled school event, or other official governmental use such as when a school serves as a polling place for an election.

SB 157: The proposed amendments would allow a vendor’s contract to be cancelled if it was awarded in error, allow related parties to a debarred vendor to also be debarred, authorize the Purchasing Division to recalculate a vendor’s extension price provide for reciprocal preference in limited circumstances and providing requirements to claim the preference, allow for best-in-class solutions in evaluating requests for proposals and allow for standardization of commodities.

SB 163: Is a rules bundle which includes eight other rules all relating to the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DPEP). The bill would modify an existing DEP rule which establishes a program of national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants as promulgated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pursuant to the Clean Air Act (CAA).

SB 175: The substantive changes to the rule add hospital emergency rooms and departments to the list of mandatory reporters. Secondly, the reporting requirements were expanded to include reports on not only suspected overdoses but reported or confirmed overdoses.

SB 237: The bill would require law-enforcement agencies with jurisdiction to accept a missing person complaint, and specifies the minimum information that law-enforcement agencies must attempt to collect from a complainant. It would require law-enforcement agencies receiving a missing person complaint to ensure that a report of the complaint and relevant information is entered into the state-level West Virginia Automated Police Network and when applicable, several other national databases, including those maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The bill also prohibits a law-enforcement agency from delaying a missing person investigation pursuant to a written or unwritten policy requiring that a certain time period pass from receipt of a complaint or the date on which the person was last seen before an investigation may commence.

SB 256: The purpose of this bill would be to allow certain deductions to be made from individual personal income tax refunds for purposes of providing nursing home and health care for veterans in the West Virginia Veterans Home and for purposes of operating and maintaining the Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery.

SB 263: The bill would limit the amount of pay which a member of the legislature may receive following the regular session of the Legislature when a state budget has not been passed. It also clarifies that a member is entitled to receive no more than five days of compensation for any extended or extraordinary session if a budget has not been passed.

SB 267: The bill would require the State Board to adopt a policy detailing the appropriate level of computer science instruction available to students at each programmatic level and requires the Department of Education to develop and offer professional development opportunities. The bill would also authorize the Department to partner with high-quality computer science professional learning providers in developing the professional development opportunities.

SB 323: The bill would establish a special revenue fund for capital improvements to Department of Agriculture's facilities. The fund is named the “Capital Improvements Fund — Department of Agriculture Facilities.” The bill also requires that money in the fund be used exclusively by the Commissioner of Agriculture to fund construction and capital improvements to facilities owned or occupied by the Department of Agriculture.

SB 324: The purpose the bill would be to allow the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture to hire a general counsel and other support staff as needed in order to carry out his or her duties.

SB 343: This would an agency-approved bill coming from the Division of Real Estate. The bill would require that a state agency delegated authority to enter into lease agreements first consult for advice and ultimate approval of the executive director of the Division of Real Estate, as well as any lease arrangements between an agency and other nongovernmental entities must be in the “best interest of the state.”

SB 346: The purpose of this bill would be to equalize the reimbursement rate that justices of the Supreme Court and Circuit Court judges receive for business travel while using a personal vehicle to make it identical to the rate which other state employees receive.

SB 357: The bill would repeal the sections of state code that established the Division of Justice and Community Services, amends the sections of state code relating to the Division of Administrative Services to transfer the administrative duties and employees of the Division of Justice and Community Services to the Division of Administrative Services and transfers the duties and obligations formerly within the responsibility of the Division of Justice and Community Services to the Division of Administrative Services.

SB 358: The bill would provide the Division of Protective Services of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety (DMAPS) an exemption from the requirement to purchase goods through the Purchasing Division of the Department of Administration. The exemption would apply to “equipment necessary to maintain security at the Capitol Complex and other state facilities” as may be determined by the Secretary of DMAPS.

SB 361: The bill would authorize Public Defender Services to establish a division to represent persons in habeas corpus matters. The bill would also allow for public defenders to decline appointments based on conflict of interest or excessive caseloads, and bill authorizes the employment of attorneys and support personnel to staff the office.

SB 369: The bill would add definitions for the terms “covered entity” and “covered individual”. If a pharmacist substitutes a drug pursuant to the provisions of this section, the patient shall receive the savings which shall be equal to the difference in the patient’s acquisition cost of the product prescribed and the acquisition cost of the substituted product. This provision may not apply if the patient is a covered individual.

SB 373: The bill would allow the Division of Corrections to withhold monies received by inmates from court judgments and civil settlements even if the awarding court fails to deduct the monies from an initial award.

SB 377: The West Virginia Code currently contains numerous exceptions to the definition of “employee” for the purposes of minimum wage and maximum hours laws. The bill would exclude any seasonal employee of an amusement park from the definition of “employee.”

SB 387: The bill would repeal code which deals with extradition for purposes of moving current law to a new article in Chapter 62 for purposes of clarity, adds a new article which incorporates language from sections repealed, adds language which clarifies that persons in other states who are improperly released from custody before completion of a sentence and subject to extradition and updates titles of persons and entities in the process.

SB 389: The bill would amend and reenacts a section of state code relating to the lawful method for a developmentally disabled person to purchase a base hunting license. It would allow for a developmentally disabled person to obtain a base hunting license when accompanied and directly supervised by a person 18 years of age or older.

SB 392: Adds a new section to state code that allows the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation to pay contract claims that are not otherwise provided for. The division audits the payment claim, and if the claim is determined to be valid, payment is processed through the State Auditor and the Treasurer. The bill also authorizes payment of unaudited payment where the claim has been reviewed by the division and found to be fair, equitable, and to the advantage of the division, and all parties have agreed to a settlement of the claim.

SB 398: The bill would limit the per diem rate of compensation for senior status justices and judges to $430 per day and provides that a senior status judge or justice may not receive a combined total of retirement benefits and per diem compensation in a calendar year that exceeds the annual salary of a sitting circuit judge. The bill also allows senior status justices and judges to receive reimbursement for actual expenses incurred in performance of their duties. The bill also requires the State Treasurer, as custodian of state funds, to petition the Supreme Court of Appeals for a writ of prohibition prohibiting the State Auditor from issuing any warrants for the payment of a senior status judge or justice in excess of the compensation limitations in the bill.

SB 399: The bill would amend code to limit the per diem rate of compensation for senior status magistrates to $200 per day and provides that a senior status magistrate may not receive a combined total of retirement benefits and per diem compensation in a calendar year that exceeds the annual salary of a sitting magistrate.

SB 451: Multipurpose comprehensive education reform bill which:

SB 453: This bill would amend and reenact West Virginia code relating to background checks of certain financial institutions by the Division of Financial Institutions, formerly known as the Division of Banking. This section sets forth the duties and powers of the Commissioner, which includes in current law the mandatory duty to require a criminal background investigation. The bill amends current code to provide that the Commissioner may determine alternate acceptable forms for background check information for direct or indirect principals of a licensee or applicant for a mortgage lender or broker license or a money transmission license who are not residents of the United States. The bill also updates the term “Division of Banking” to the “Division of Financial Institutions.”




House Legislation (02/04 - 02/08)

As of 4 p.m. on Friday, February 8th, 944 bills have introduced in the House of Delegates. Of those bills, 77 have been passed.

House Bill 2607 is a bill that would make certain technical changes to existing code regarding the licensure of nursing homes. It would change the language to revise the reportage requirements for licensed nursing homes in the state. The strike-and-insert legislation cleans up some language in the previous code in order to better specify the Secretary of DHHR’s administrative responsibilities, as well as specify the requirements of licensed state nursing homes as far as reportage goes.

House Bill 2612 would authorize the Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources to update rules regarding the source water protection plans throughout the state. Currently, each public water utility is mandated to report the status of their water and a water protection plan to the state commission every three years. This bill would allow the timeframe of this reportage to be more flexible in order to give these water utilities more time to review the status of their water protection.

House Bill 2779 is a bill that would transfer unclaimed funds produced from abandoned oil and gas wells to the WV Oil and Gas Reclamation Fund. If an oil/gas well remains unclaimed for seven years, the proceeds from that well will go to the state fund, which works to plug orphaned and nonfunctioning oil and gas wells throughout the state.

House Bill 2363 would authorize the length that the Upper Kanawha Valley Resiliency Program to be extended to the end of October 2024 instead of 2020. The program is required to report its findings and accomplishments to the Legislature every October until then. This program is an effort to revitalize the upper areas of the Kanawha Valley, an area that has been economically struggling since the closure of a community college within the region.

House Bill 2490 is a bill that would allow public pools in the state to make small renovations and improvements without consulting the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources. The bill would also prevent the Secretary from proposing or enforcing any rules which prevent recreational water facilities from making necessary upgrades, renovations, or repairs. These renovations could not exceed $25,000. This bill also passed through the House unanimously.

House Bill 2691 would change the expiration dates for newly issued concealed carry permits in the state of WV. Instead of the expiration of these permits occurring five years to the date of application, this bill would mandate that the expiration occurs on the applicant’s birthday after the permit has been active for five years. This would ensure simplicity as to when the licenses expire, and aligns the expiry of concealed carry licenses with state drivers’ licenses expiration dates.

Senate Bill 268 updates the meaning of federal taxable income in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act. The provides that for tax year 2018, the meaning of terms in the West Virginia statues relating to corporate net income taxes will have the same meaning as those terms have under federal statutes as amended between December 31, 2017 and January 1, 2019.

Senate Bill 269 updates terms used in personal income tax act. The bill would amend provisions of the WV Code relating to the WV personal income tax. The bill provides that for tax year 2018, the meaning of terms in the West Virginia statutes relating to personal income taxes will have the same meaning as those terms have under federal statues as amended during 2018.

House Bill 2004 provides for a program of instruction in workforce preparedness.

House Bill 2420 establishes the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority.

House Bill 2666 relates to supplemental appropriation to the Department of Veterans Assistance. The purpose of this bill is to appropriate $6,200,000 in general revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019 to the Department of Veterans’ Assistance, for expenditure during the fiscal year in 2019.

House Bill 2668 relates to supplemental appropriation to the Department of administration, Public Defender Services. The purpose of this bill is to appropriate $15,300,00 in general revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, to the Department of Administration, for expenditure during the fiscal year 2019.

House Bill 2392 is a bill which would allow 1-day licenses to be issued by the Alcoholic Beverages Commission for charitable events. This would allow those who are hosting a charitable event to apply for a single day license to sell non-intoxicating alcohol, such as beer and wine.

House Bill 2545 would exempt purple heart recipients and other military veterans receiving other specific distinguished awards from paying a state vehicle registration fee. West Virginia individuals who qualify for this exemption would be allowed to put it towards one noncommercial vehicle.

House Bill 2554 would establish attendance zones in the state that would designate which schools a student would attend. The bill would also allow counties to voluntarily have “open enrollment” policies which would allow students to transfer into a school without preclearance from their original school, as current statute mandates.

House Bill 2740, a bill that specified the instances in which parent can get inheritance from a child and vice versa. This bill would specify that in the state of West Virginia, a parent cannot take their child’s inheritance if their parental rights have been or could have been taken away. It also provides that as long as there isn’t a present will, a child can reap inheritance from a parent who does not have parental rights. This bill would ensure that a child can still receive inheritance.


Bills Being Considered by the House This Week:

House Bill 2528 would authorize the West Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture to employ a general counsel that would be necessary to perform the duties of the office.

House Bill 2696 would create a naming convention to records lands owned by the state in an index system for easy cross-reference to county indexes. This would create an index system for attorneys searching for title information that would be specific to each county. This new series of books would mostly serve to provide easily accessed information regarding state agencies whose names have changed. For example, information pertinent to the WV Division of Highways would also be made more accessible under the agency’s previous name, the State Roads Commission

House Bill 2601 would ensure the review and approval of state property leases by requiring two signatures and the review and approval of leasing of state property to nongovernment entities.

House Bill 2441 would amend current statute which requires the employers working on publicly funded construction projects to submit payroll information containing their employees’ counties of residence, addresses, and the number of employees working on a given project. The bill would strike this requirement, allowing the WV Division of Labor to get needed compliance information from already conducted spot-checks.

House Concurrent Resolution 25 is a resolution that would request the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study and analyze the discrepancy between estimates and actual readings of electrical meters. This is due to widespread state complaints regarding electrical meters.

House Bill 2583 is a bill that would permit a pharmacist to dispense a self-administered hormonal contraceptive under a standing prescription drug order. The proposed legislation would create an opt-in program, where pharmacists could voluntarily dispense a 12-month supply of hormonal birth control. Pharmacists who wish to opt into this program must receive training and administer the proper counseling to patients who seek to receive the contraceptive drug.

House Bill 2338 is a bill that would allow owners of antique military vehicles to display alternate registration insignia compatible with the original, antique markings of the vehicle, in lieu of a standard West Virginia license plate.

House Bill 2359 would exempt commercial motor vehicle operators employed with a farm related service industry from the commercial driver’s license requirements. West Virginia citizens employed in the fields of agrichemical business, harvesting, livestock feeding, and other applicable careers would be exempt from getting a commercial driver’s license for a limited time.

House Bill 2692 was also passed by the House Committee on Government Organization, a bill that would equalize the candidacy filing dates for third party candidates, independent candidates, and the two major parties for state offices.

House Bill 2801 is a bill to require abortions performed in the state to be performed by a licensed physician. As amended, House Bill 2801 specifies that surgical abortion procedures must be performed by a licensed physician, thus preventing nurses from performing surgeries they’re not licensed to perform.

House Bill 2867 is a bill that would move the Medicare Fraud Control Unit from the jurisdiction of the WV Inspector General’s Office to the WV Attorney General’s Office.

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DOC OF THE DAY
Mary Ann Maurer, President of the WVAFP, comes to the Capitol to participate in the Doc for the Day Program for a fifth time since 2014.
PHOTO: Will Price
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Building 1, Room MB 27
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
phone: 304-347-4836

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Director

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Public Information Officer

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Web Engineer

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Web Developer

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Public Information Officer

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Graphic Designer

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Photographer

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Per Diem Photographer

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Hannah Graham
Interns - Marshall University

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Intern - West Virginia University

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Intern - WVU-Parkersburg

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