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Wednesday, June 19, 2019 - 01:58 PM

House Passes 20 Bills Prior to Consideration of Education Bill

The House convened Wednesday morning, passing 20 bills before taking up House Bill 206, an originating education bill, in the afternoon floor session. 

In the morning floor session, the House passed the following bills:

  • H.B. 132- Supplementing and amending existing items of appropriations to the Department of Agriculture. 
  • H.B. 144- West Virginia Business Ready Sites Program. 
  • H.B. 146- Establishing and funding of substance use disorder treatment and recovery facilities. 
  • H.B. 148- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Executive, Governor's Office. 
  • H.B. 149- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Executive, Governor's Office, Civil Contingent Fund. 
  • H.B. 150- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Revenue, Office of the Secretary, Home Rule Board Operations Fund. 
  • H.B. 151- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Arts, Culture and History, Division of Culture and History, Lottery Education Fund.
  • H.B. 152- Making a supplementary appropriation by adding a new item and increasing the expenditure to the Department of Revenue, State Budget Office.  
  • H.B. 153- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health, Central Office. 
  • H.B. 156- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Environmental Protection. 
  • H.B. 157- Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, Division of Homeland Security Emergency Management.  
  • H.B. 158- Improving education by requiring the state board to establish rules for student accountability regarding performance.
  • H.B. 159- Relating to information technology access for the blind and visually impaired.
  • H.B. 160- Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act.
  • H.B. 161- Removing or revising obsolete, outdated, antiquated, inoperative, surplus or superseded provisions of code related to the School Building Authority.
  • H.B. 162- Removing antiquated, redundant, or expired provisions of the code for the administration of education.
  • H.B. 163- Removing sections of code relating to administration of education.
  • H.B. 174- increasing and promoting school innovation and flexibility.
  • H.B. 192- Removing certain fees for teaching.
  • H.B. 193-Relating to a statewide school personnel job bank. 




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