2006 Bills

3,678 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Highways; adjustment of claims resulting from certain contracts. approved
HB2 Richmond-Petersburg Tnpk. Auth. & Elizabeth River Tunnel Commission; eliminates obsolete references. approved
HB3 Teachers; health insurance credit increased for those retired. dead
HB4 Retirement System; service retirement benefit allowance for teachers. dead
HB5 Trout fishing; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue special permits for handicapped. approved
HB6 Military personnel; free hunting and fishing licenses. dead
HB7 Legislation; limiting introduction. dead
HB8 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in a motor vehicle. dead
HB9 Redistricting advisory commission; establish thereof for redistricting process. dead
HB10 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by teachers. dead
HB11 Absentee voting and ballot applications; no qualification for voters to use. dead
HB12 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items. dead
HB13 Tuberculosis; establishing library of isolates for purpose of disease strain analysis. approved
HB14 Silviculture practices; allows local government to regulate for land. dead
HB15 Workforce Transition Act; restricts severance benefits for certain state employees. approved
HB16 State agencies; performance review of certain, report. dead
HB17 Housing allowance; provided for full-time, sworn State Police officers. dead
HB18 Safety inspections; exemption for certain trucks and vehicle combinations. dead
HB19 Standards of Quality; calculation of high school graduation rates. approved
HB20 Scholastic records; electronic storage thereof. approved
HB21 Victims of crime; notice of court hearings. approved
HB22 Motor vehicle safety inspections; increase in fees. approved
HB23 Dealer's license plates; use of transporting other vehicles or parts of other vehicles. dead
HB24 Absentee ballot; assistance to persons voting, penalties. approved
HB25 Law-enforcement officer; may detain person for false identity. approved
HB26 Motorcycles; optional lights. dead
HB27 Driving under influence of alcohol; exemplary damages for persons injured. dead
HB28 Methamphetamine; unlawful manufacturing and distribution, penalty. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. Relating to the appropriation of funds for the 2004 - 06 biennium. dead
HB30 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2006 - 2008 biennium. dead
HB31 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; unlawful sale, penalty. dead
HB32 Child day programs; exemption from licensure for local recreation programs. dead
HB33 State employees; military leave of absence. approved
HB34 Credit reports; freezing access thereto, penalty. dead
HB35 Teachers; health insurance credits increased for those retired. dead
HB36 Higher educational institutions; violations of chapter on regulation thereof, penalty. approved
HB37 Retirement System; benefits for emergency medical technicians. approved
HB38 Vocational schools, out-of-state; accreditation of those operating within State. approved
HB39 Homestead exemption; increases for dependents. dead
HB40 Estate tax; conformity of state and federal statutes. dead
HB41 Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for subsequent offense. approved
HB42 Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for involuntary manslaughter. dead
HB43 Mental health; change in criteria for assisted outpatient treatment program. dead
HB44 Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for subsequent offense. dead
HB45 Death penalty; restricted for those 18 yrs. or older at time of offense. approved
HB46 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. continued
HB47 Douthat State Park; pilot program repealed. approved
HB48 CHAMPS program; coordinated medical care in City of Chesapeake. approved
HB49 Scholars Program; provisions relating thereto. approved
HB50 Work-Study Program; provisions relating thereto. approved
HB51 School buses; requiring safety belts. dead
HB52 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. continued
HB53 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PROFESSIONAL AUTO RACING. continued
HB54 Attorneys; continuing legal education credits for members of General Assembly. dead
HB55 Biennial budget; continuation of budget, failure to enact. dead
HB56 Child abuse or neglect; mandatory reporting by eligibility workers; penalty. approved
HB57 Community College System; articulation agreements and transferable credits. approved
HB58 Computers; school resource officers to provide Internet safety instruction to students. approved
HB59 Health insurance; credits for retired state employees. approved
HB60 Law Officers' Retirement System; includes emergency medical technicians. dead
HB61 Voter registration; duties of State Board of Elections. approved
HB62 Judges; increases number in general district court. approved
HB63 Judges; increases number in circuit court. approved
HB64 Public Procurement Act; bids or proposals for transportation-related projects. approved
HB65 Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; repeals sunset provision. approved
HB66 Caregivers Grant Program; applicability to physically or mentally handicapped person. dead
HB67 Recordation tax; additional distribution to localities. continued
HB68 Courts Technology Fund; created, increase in certain fees. approved
HB69 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain medicines and drugs for farm animals. approved
HB70 Assault and battery; limited exception to charges for certain school personnel. approved
HB71 Elections; certification of political party candidates for general, special, and primary. approved
HB72 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS. continued
HB73 Social services; city council member appointed to local board. approved
HB74 Comprehensive Services Act; parental co-payments. dead
HB75 Venture capital investments; funds and return guarantees, report. continued
HB76 Public Building Authority; issuance of bonds to finance capital projects for MHMRSAS. dead
HB77 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; created. approved
HB78 Zoning ordinance; reconstruction/restoration of involuntarily damaged or destroyed nonconformities. approved
HB79 Vehicle impoundment; driving with a suspended operator's license. dead
HB80 Absentee voting and ballot applications; persons 65 or older may vote absentee. dead
HB81 Early voting; any qualified registered voter may vote at specified times and places. dead
HB82 Law Officers' Retirement System; adding juvenile probation and parole officers. dead
HB83 Public Building Authority; issuance of bonds for State Agency Radio System for State Police. approved
HB84 School buses; requiring safety belts. dead
HB85 Retail Sales and Use Tax revenue; increases amount to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB86 Income tax, state; increases personal exemption. dead
HB87 Real estate tax; exemptions for certain elderly and handicapped. dead
HB88 Traffic-calming studies; VDOT to implement measures. dead
HB89 Retirement System; increases benefits of certain future retirees. dead
HB90 Driver's licenses; extension of expiration for military personnel or member of diplomatic service. approved
HB91 Alcoholic beverages; providing alcohol to persons less than 21 years of age. dead
HB92 Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. continued
HB93 Environmental site assessments; local government to adopt ordinances requiring. approved
HB94 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
HB95 Student, new; certain information required upon registration to public school. approved
HB96 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; extends sunset provision. dead
HB97 Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants. dead
HB98 Motor vehicle accident; law-enforcement officer allowed to investigate on private property. dead
HB99 District court; allows State to appeal decision holding criminal statute unconstitutional. dead
HB100 Driver education programs, private; certain acceptable. dead
HB101 Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman. approved
HB102 Driver's license; operating vehicle with suspended or revoked license, penalty. approved
HB103 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by members of National Guard. dead
HB104 Meherrin River; portion in Brunswick County designated as state scenic river. approved
HB105 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements therefor, definitions. approved
HB106 Warning lights; use of red or red and white lights by NASA's Wallops Flight Facility vehicles. approved
HB107 Drug-free school zones; signage to be posted by all schools and institutions of higher education. dead
HB108 General fund appropriations; automatic reduction by Governor. dead
HB109 Photo-monitoring; allows certain counties and cities to establish systems. dead
HB110 Aging population; state agencies to prepare strategic plan on impact thereof, report. approved
HB111 All-terrain vehicles; allows local governments in Northern Virginia to prohibit operation thereof. approved
HB112 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; allows DMV Commissioner to collect on basis of final sale price. dead
HB113 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for purchasing for certain persons. approved
HB114 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for unlawful purchasing or possession thereof. dead
HB115 Garnishment forms and summonses; requires clarity in language therein. approved
HB116 Nonrepairable vehicles; amends definition thereof. dead
HB117 Highway system construction funds; vehicle registration factor in allocation thereof. dead
HB118 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto. dead
HB119 Highway system construction funds; distributes allocation to planning districts. dead
HB120 Attorneys; continuing legal education credits for members of General Assembly. dead
HB121 Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia. approved
HB122 SWAM businesses; additional certification not required to participate in any program. approved
HB123 Medical assistance services; mental health services to be developed for at-risk youth. dead
HB124 Farm produce; allows farmers to sell if they meet certain conditions, penalty. dead
HB125 Conservators of the peace; includes NASA's special agents. approved
HB126 Juvenile detention hearings; judge may designate courthouse where to be held. approved
HB127 Court-appointed counsel; written request for compensation. approved
HB128 Condominium Act; authorizing condominium association to be applicants in land use matters. approved
HB129 Public health; Board of Health may declare area hazardous thereto and require sewer services. continued
HB130 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include purchases of energy efficient products. dead
HB131 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items. dead
HB132 Eminent domain; jury to determine just compensation. approved
HB133 Route 17; imposition and collection of tolls for use thereof in City of Chesapeake. dead
HB134 Higher educational institutions; to report assignment of any intellectual property interests. approved
HB135 Marriage; increase of fee for ceremony. dead
HB136 License plates, special; issuance for members of Fraternal Order of Police. dead
HB137 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to release assessments periodically. dead
HB138 Voter registration; spouse or dependent of military member, exceptions. approved
HB139 Condemnation property; localities to obtain consent from locality in which property is located. dead
HB140 Personal Property Tax Relief Fund; created, change in reimbursements for certain vehicles, report. dead
HB141 Impact fees for transportation; authorize Fauquier and Spotsylvania Counties to impose. approved
HB142 Zoning ordinances; certain residential facilities w/incapacitated persons single family dwellings. dead
HB143 Highways, bridges, and interchanges; allows Transportation Board to name. approved
HB144 Unemployment compensation; disqualifies certain public school teachers for benefits. dead
HB145 Motor vehicle fuels tax; imposition optional for localities in certain transportation districts. dead
HB146 Concealed handguns; prohibits person who carries into restaurants from consuming alcoholic beverage. dead
HB147 Service districts; localities may contribute from general fund for certain government services. approved
HB148 Stormwater management program; includes enlargement, improvement and maintenance of dams. approved
HB149 Service districts; change in sources of revenue for localities. dead
HB150 Dogs; releasing upon or near posted land, penalty. dead
HB151 Resident trainee; name changed to funeral service interns. approved
HB152 Felony arrest warrants; magistrates to issue only under certain circumstances. dead
HB153 Halal food; regulation of sale, penalty. approved
HB154 Campus police; local law-enforcement agency to be notified of certain reports. dead
HB155 Residential property; permits localities to tax at a lower rate. continued
HB156 Shenandoah Mountain Salamander; designating as official state amphibian. continued
HB157 Biased-Based Policing and Traffic Statistics Reporting Act; created, report. dead
HB158 School buses; increases civil penalty for improperly passing. dead
HB159 Technology and Biotechnology Investment Act; created. continued
HB160 Motor vehicle keys; manufacturers to provide means to duplicate for certain models. continued
HB161 Income tax, state; subtraction of retirement payments. dead
HB162 Firearms in locked vehicles; immunity from liability, civil penalty. dead
HB163 Family life education; parent or guardian to review materials thereof. dead
HB164 Family life education; emphasis of abstinence in curricula. continued
HB165 Highway construction funds; allocations for primary and secondary highways. dead
HB166 Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Program, and Fund; created. dead
HB167 Concealed handgun permit; renew every five years. dead
HB168 Income tax, state; false claims of employment status, penalty. approved
HB169 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate. dead
HB170 Voter registration; DMV to furnish list of non-citizens to Board of Elections. approved
HB171 Disabled parking; allowing vehicles to park free in time-restricted/metered spaces up to 4 hours. dead
HB172 Wildlife diseases; control thereof. approved
HB173 Medical and health services to minors; notification to parents. dead
HB174 Transient occupancy tax; exemptions in certain localities. dead
HB175 Overweight farm vehicles; may operate at extended weights authorized. approved
HB176 Court-appointed counsel; court may waive limit on compensation for certain cases. continued
HB177 Courthouse security; increase in assessments therefor. dead
HB178 Deputy sheriffs; number of full-time in county or city to be fixed by Compensation Board. dead
HB179 Deputy sheriffs; number of full-time in county or city to be fixed by Compensation Board. dead
HB180 Felonies; increase in penalty for all accessories after fact. dead
HB181 Motor vehicle code violations; authority for arrest without warrant. dead
HB182 Reckless driving; person guilty thereof if exceeding 20 miles per hour over maximum speed limit. dead
HB183 Condemnation; offer to repurchase. continued
HB184 Spot blight abatement; condemnation. continued
HB185 Public Procurement Act; prohibited contract, required contract provisions. dead
HB186 Immigration, Commission on; created, report. dead
HB187 Unmarried women; prohibition on provision of certain intervening medical technology. dead
HB188 Death penalty; changes in provisions. dead
HB189 Abortion clinics; regulations and licensure. dead
HB190 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities. dead
HB191 Inmates; functional literate to participate in literacy program. dead
HB192 Retirement benefits; exemption of certain from creditor process. dead
HB193 Deposit accounts and certificates of deposit; statute of limitations. approved
HB194 Real estate; special commissioner to sell property, etc., to make tax sales less costly. approved
HB195 Industrial loan companies; certain provisions for those out-of-state. approved
HB196 License plates, special; issuance to residents and supporters of Bay Creek community. continued
HB197 Marriage licenses; requires parties contemplating marriage to choose one of two types. dead
HB198 Interstate Route 81 Development Authority; created, toll collection for use by certain vehicles. dead
HB199 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price. dead
HB200 Fees; Transportation Board to impose on trucks, etc. for use in maintaining highways. dead
HB201 Toll facilities; localities may have agreements for construction and operation thereof. approved
HB202 Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia. dead
HB203 Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of the USA; equal access to public facilities. approved
HB204 Video monitors or display; prohibition in motor vehicles does not extend to multifunctional devices. dead
HB205 Sex offenders; prohibits residence in proximity to schools. dead
HB206 Road construction; expands powers of service districts to include. approved
HB207 Correctional facilities, community-based; location and notice. approved
HB208 Fire Services Board; payment of per diem. approved
HB209 Public Records Act; to include provisions relating to management & archiving of electronic records. approved
HB210 Publications Depository Program; created, report. approved
HB211 Real Estate Board; educational requirements for licensure. approved
HB212 Retail Sales and Use Tax; permits nonprofit military organizations to obtain sales tax exemption. continued
HB213 Entertainment equipment in motor vehicles; any driver/passenger shall not operate in certain manner. dead
HB214 Treasurers' sales; relief for certain purchasers of property sold prior to designated date. approved
HB215 Comparative religion; Board of Education to authorize elective course in grades 9 through 12. approved
HB216 Standards of Learning assessments; student required to attend summer school for remediation program. approved
HB217 Spot blight abatement; costs for repair or disposal of property. dead
HB218 Jail farm board or regional jail authority; allows state to partner with city to establish. dead
HB219 Income tax, corporate; employer-provided commuting benefits tax credit. dead
HB220 Public Procurement Act; consolidation of contracts. dead
HB221 Prisoner Reentry Fund; created, rates for telephone services. dead
HB222 Credit reports; consumer authorized to freeze access thereto, penalty. dead
HB223 College Partnership Laboratory Schools; created. continued
HB224 Courthouse security; increase in assessments. dead
HB225 Payday loans; use of Internet database for borrowers, rollovers prohibited by lenders. dead
HB226 Transportation needs of populations with limited mobility; specific mobility goals to be addressed. approved
HB227 Domestic violence; confidentiality of records. dead
HB228 Election materials and ballots; county, city, or town may provide in non-English translations. dead
HB229 Chronic conditions; DMAS to provide for payment of assistance for prevention thereof. dead
HB230 Inmates; Department of Corrections to include literacy and education programs in facilities. dead
HB231 Assisted living facilities, adult day care centers, etc.; emergency preparedness training. dead
HB232 Elections; polling place requirements. dead
HB233 Cellular telephones; prohibits use while driving. continued
HB234 Domestic Violence Victim Fund; changing name to Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund. dead
HB235 Jail farm board or regional jail authority; provides procedures for membership, report. dead
HB236 Regional Transportation Authority; created. dead
HB237 Abortion services; requires physicians to reside and practice in State. dead
HB238 Racing Commission; local referendum on racetrack or satellite facility. dead
HB239 Marriage; fee for ceremony. approved
HB240 Tuition; no charges for children of relocated military personnel. approved
HB241 Repurchase to former owner; offer thereof cannot be waived. approved
HB242 Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose on any off-track horse race wagering facility. dead
HB243 Sports official; battery against, penalty. dead
HB244 Leased or rented property; authority of sheriff to store & sell personal property removed therefrom. approved
HB245 Income tax, state; limit to deduction for those of certain age. dead
HB246 Income tax, state; credit for certain health care practitioners. dead
HB247 Sex offenders; electronic notification of registration to certain entities. dead
HB248 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
HB249 Income tax, state; indexing age deduction. dead
HB250 Motor vehicle registrations and license plates; dealer may issue temporary certificates. approved
HB251 Driver's licenses; persons convicted of DUI must have motor vehicle liability insurance. dead
HB252 Menhaden fishery; Marine Resources Commission may adopt regulations governing. dead
HB253 Health insurance; refusal to accept assignments from patients or physicians prohibited. continued
HB254 Computer trespass; applicable to adding or altering information without authority. dead
HB255 Line of Duty Act; mandatory training required for employees covered thereby. approved
HB256 National Guard; requires that officers and enlisted members thereof receive active duty pay. dead
HB257 National Guard; retirement payments. dead
HB258 Health Care Funding Act; created. dead
HB259 Motor vehicle dealers' transaction fees; repeals sunset provision. approved
HB260 Hunting or trapping in state forests; increases fees to obtain permit. approved
HB261 Insurance agents; compliance with continuing education requirements. approved
HB262 Higher educational institutions; prohibiting admission of illegal aliens. dead
HB263 Uninsured motor vehicle; increases fee paid to Commissioner of DMV. dead
HB264 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases coverage limits. continued
HB265 Animal license taxes; establishes maximum tax that localities can charge. dead
HB266 Ticket scalping; defines 'resell for profit' for purposes of local ordinances that prohibit. dead
HB267 Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of certificate of public need. approved
HB268 Stormwater management program; includes maintenance of dams. dead
HB269 Alternative fuel or hybrid passenger-type vehicles; State to purchase for centralized fleet. dead
HB270 Income tax, state; provides tax credit for electronic toll payment. dead
HB271 Sex offenders; electronic notification of registration to certain entities. dead
HB272 Higher education; pilot program for geographical equity in admissions to institutions. dead
HB273 Teachers; increase in salaries for those in critical shortage areas. dead
HB274 School administrators; licensure not required by Board of Education. dead
HB275 Teacher internship program; Board of Education to implement for training under experienced teachers. dead
HB276 Standards of Quality; adjustments for English as second language and special education programs. dead
HB277 Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia. dead
HB278 Animal license tax; City of Newport News to impose fee on dog or cat not spayed or neutered. dead
HB279 Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created. continued
HB280 Motorcycle drivers; training course certified by Motorcycle Safety Foundation for licensure thereof. continued
HB281 Colonial Heights; charter. approved
HB282 Unemployment compensation; effect of failure to maintain employment records. dead
HB283 Water and sewer services; fees and charges. dead
HB284 Motor vehicles; establishing gross weight and axle-spacing requirements for certain, fees. continued
HB285 Criminal history background checks; required for applicants for license in real estate. dead
HB286 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of pending enforcement actions. approved
HB287 Driver's licenses; all examinations to be in English, interpreters in connection with prohibited. dead
HB288 Antique motor vehicles; corrects erroneous references thereto. continued
HB289 Admission of liability; expressions of sympathy are inadmissible as evidence in any civil action. dead
HB290 Pharmacy, Board of; specific powers and duties. dead
HB291 Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties. approved
HB292 Campaign finance disclosure; exemptions. approved
HB293 Campaign finance disclosure; reporting requirements. continued
HB294 Campaign finance disclosure; independent expenditures. approved
HB295 Campaign finance disclosure; statements of organization and petty cash funds. approved
HB296 Campaign finance disclosure; valuation of certain campaign contributions. continued
HB297 Campaign finance disclosure; special reports of large pre-election contributions. approved
HB298 Airport fees and charges; limits authority to impose off-site fees. dead
HB299 Registered pharmacy tech.; authorized to accept oral prescriptions for certain radiopharmaceuticals. approved
HB300 Physician assistants; provides that they may sign various forms and certificates, etc. approved
HB301 Absentee ballot applications; submission thereof to local registrars through official website. dead
HB302 Nonresident pharmacies; inspections for those seeking registrations to conduct business. approved
HB303 Incarcerated persons; person under disability excluded for purposes of executing wills, etc. dead
HB304 DMV; charges for information supplied thereby. dead
HB305 Learning Technology, Office of; created within Council of Higher Education. approved
HB306 Income tax, state; dedicates portion of car tax to localities. continued
HB307 Zoning ordinance; raises maximum misdemeanor penalty for violation thereof. continued
HB308 Zoning ordinance; violations thereof, penalty. approved
HB309 High-occupancy lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean fuel license plates. dead
HB310 Higher Education, Council of; eligibility to be elected chairman of student advisory committee. approved
HB311 State employees; voluntary supplemental health coverage program offered to certain. approved
HB312 Courts of record; certain fees. approved
HB313 Court-appointed counsel; removes monetary caps on fees. dead
HB314 DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers. dead
HB315 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate. dead
HB316 Real Estate Board; duties of licensees and limited service representatives. approved
HB317 Railroads; passenger rail service liability. approved
HB318 Animal control; changes limits localities may set for uniform schedule of civil penalties. dead
HB319 Personal property tax; valuation of automobiles. dead
HB320 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance of rental agreement, landlord to recover damages. approved
HB321 Wine and beer; limited service hotels licensed to sell for consumption in designated areas. approved
HB322 Accident and sickness insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices. continued
HB323 Accident and sickness insurance; health care provider panel contracts. approved
HB324 Tax refund anticipation loans; requires persons who facilitate to display their fees and info. approved
HB325 Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged. continued
HB326 Workers' compensation; adds sole shareholders and members thereof. approved
HB327 Personal property tax; classification of watercraft used for business purposes. approved
HB328 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for funeral expenses. dead
HB329 Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created. dead
HB330 Credit card affinity agreement; annual reporting of revenue from institutions of higher education. continued
HB331 Constitutional officers & members of governing bodies; prohibition on accept. of certain gifts, etc. dead
HB332 Nursing education programs; to report to Board of Nursing annually their enrollment, etc. approved
HB333 Retirement System; employer contribution rates. dead
HB334 Absentee voting and ballot applications; no qualification for voters to use. dead
HB335 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of U.S. military in Afghanistan and Iraq. continued
HB336 Special use permits; none required if erecting tent intended for temporary structure. approved
HB337 Plats; clarifies definition thereof. dead
HB338 Public school students; annual body mass index assessments required. dead
HB339 Dogs and cats; licensed vets to collect license fee and provide receipt when admin. rabies vacine. approved
HB340 Dogs; regulation of those that may be dangerous. approved
HB341 Confederate cemeteries and graves; increases number of graves cared for. approved
HB342 Law-enforcement officer; circumstances under which may detain person suspected of criminal activity. dead
HB343 Hospice programs; regulation thereof. continued
HB344 All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; owners must obtain title from DMV. dead
HB345 Dams; enforcement of tools needed to ensure safety. dead
HB346 Restructured Higher Education Financial and Administrative Operations Act; includes campus security. approved
HB347 General Educational Development Program; allowance of participation therein. approved
HB348 Test security procedures; Board of Educ. to review violations of regulations by local school board. approved
HB349 School calendars; reduction of state aid when length of school term below what is required. approved
HB350 School for the Deaf & Blind at Staunton, & School for Deaf, Blind, & Multi-Disabled at Hampton. vetoed
HB351 Health regulatory boards; prohibition of certain transfers of moneys collected on behalf thereof. approved
HB352 Detention orders; extends maximum emergency custody period. dead
HB353 Mental health facility; transportation by sheriff's office of individuals to be admitted. dead
HB354 Audiology; Board to issue provisional license. approved
HB355 Pharmacy, Board of; specific powers and duties. approved
HB356 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. continued
HB357 Driver's license; reinstatement fees. dead
HB358 Neighborhood Assistance Act; changes eligibility requirements for individuals to claim tax credits. dead
HB359 Credit life insurance; age restrictions. dead
HB360 Bankers' banks; authorized to accept deposits from and make loans to certain banks and individuals. approved
HB361 Virginia Military Institute; reduces minimum number of cadets admitted annually free of charge. dead
HB362 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; duties thereof. approved
HB363 Overweight vehicles; specialized mobile equipment with permits to operate on interstate highways. dead
HB364 DUI of alcohol or drugs; removes reference to engine or train from DUI statutute. dead
HB365 Jail facilities, local or regional; extends deadline for consideration of construction, etc. dead
HB366 Mopeds, motorcycles, etc.; localities to adopt ordinances regualting noise therefrom. approved
HB367 Registration card; contents to include insurance update. dead
HB368 Juveniles; mental health facility recommendations are admissible during commitment hearing. approved
HB369 Retirement System; changes in benefits for state employees, state & local law-enforcement officers. dead
HB370 Firearms; localities may adopt an ordinance that prohibits from carrying for hunting on public hwys. vetoed
HB371 Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor. dead
HB372 Solemn ceremonies; unlawful assembly in protest near or at ceremony is guilty of misdemeanor. approved
HB373 I-SaveRx Prescription Drug Program; Sec. of Health Human Resources to discuss with other states. dead
HB374 Constitutional amendment (voter referendum); marriage. dead
HB375 Campaign advertisements; basic disclosure requirements. continued
HB376 Candidate for election; Bd. of Elections to request info. pertinent to definition of residence. dead
HB377 School boards; Board of Education to replace members thereof for neglect of duty. continued
HB378 Courthouse security; assessment. dead
HB379 Courthouses; increase in assessments for construction, renovation, or maintenance. dead
HB380 Vacant buildings; increases annual registration fee. dead
HB381 Certificate of public need; authorization of certain amendment. approved
HB382 Professional librarians; qualifications. approved
HB383 Home service contract providers; certain exemptions. approved
HB384 Military school age persons; those in geographical boundaries of schools not to be charged tuition. continued
HB385 Grand juries; allowance of witness testimony. dead
HB386 Dogs, dangerous and vicious; expands definition thereof. dead
HB387 Charitable Gaming; regulation of charitable small card tournaments. continued
HB388 I-SaveRX Prescription Drug Program; Sec. of Health & Human Resources discuss with other states. dead
HB389 Affirmation of Marriage Act; abolished. dead
HB390 Retail sales and use tax; exemptions include Energy Star certified products. dead
HB391 T.C. Williams High School;opening of 2006 school year. dead
HB392 No Child Left Behind Testing; all costs incurred by localities to be paid by State. dead
HB393 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. continued
HB394 Income tax, state; credit for low-income taxpayers. dead
HB395 Cigarette tax; increases thereof. dead
HB396 Enterprise zones; provides combined state and local sales and use tax rate therein. dead
HB397 Reimbursement for damages; awarding property owner legal fees and costs in condemnation proceeding. dead
HB398 Stalking; penalty for second conviction. dead
HB399 Littering on highways; community service; penalty. dead
HB400 High-speed and broadband internet access; accessibility thereof in underserved areas. approved
HB401 Child support; incarcerated person in work program who designates 50% thereto. approved
HB402 Invasive Species Council; extends sunset provision. dead
HB403 Health Insurance Risk Pool; created, report. dead
HB404 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; VDOT to convey certain property thereto. dead
HB405 Vehicle window tinting; certain allowed because of person's medical condition. continued
HB406 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit. approved
HB407 Earned income tax credit information; Dept. of Taxation share with Dept. of Social Services. approved
HB408 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
HB409 Dulles Toll Road; imposes certain conditions on increase and use of tolls. dead
HB410 Recordation tax; distribution for transportation. dead
HB411 Reducing nutrient discharges; sewage treatment facilities to meet nutrient loading allocation. dead
HB412 Gamete donors; anonymous donations thereof prohibited in medical procedures. continued
HB413 Cord Blood Bank Initiative; created. approved
HB414 Court-appointed counsel; allows court to waive qualification requirements. dead
HB415 Nursing homes; notification to residents, etc. of sex offenders residing in facility. continued
HB416 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; includes certain provisions. continued
HB417 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Program; employee benefits in Retirement System. approved
HB418 Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created. dead
HB419 Retirement System; Board shall pay cash-out amount in direct rollover to an individual plan. approved
HB420 Health insurance credits; clarifies retirees who are eligible therefor. approved
HB421 Solid waste management permits; need certification for locality where facility located. approved
HB422 Income tax, state; increases in personal exemption. dead
HB423 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution to certain localities. dead
HB424 Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits. dead
HB425 Home Care Consumer and Worker Protection Act; created. continued
HB426 Comprehensive Services Act; receipt of funds by children's residential facilities. dead
HB427 Residential treatment; Office of Comprehensive Services to negotiate contracts for services. dead
HB428 Income tax, state; filing of tax returns by military personnel in combat zones. dead
HB429 Church or public school building; arson of any unoccupied, penalty. continued
HB430 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds juvenile probation & parole officers as members of VALORS. dead
HB431 Virginia Retirement System; increases monthly retirement benefits of future retirees. dead
HB432 State Corporation Commission and Workers' Compensation Commission; election and terms of members. approved
HB433 Bail bondsmen; equity ratio of property and outstanding bonds. dead
HB434 Employee personnel records; files to be produced in digital or paper format. approved
HB435 Horseshoe crabs; places a moratorium on landings and importation thereof. dead
HB436 Motor vehicle value; any valuation service may be used as evidence of vehicle's value. approved
HB437 Autism; DMAS to seek Medicaid waiver to establish program for support of children with disability. dead
HB438 Probation officers; court may order that investigations & reports only contain certain information. approved
HB439 Sewage treatment facilities; establishing a governing board. approved
HB440 Integrated Directional Sign Program; VDOT to refund certain monies to localities for signage. dead
HB441 Fiduciaries; clarifies presumption of prudence in investing & extends same to custodians & trustees. dead
HB442 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; eliminates restriction. dead
HB443 Health care provider; definition includes marriage and family therapists, & professional counselors. approved
HB444 Stem cell research; authorizes research involving derivation & use of human embryonic cells, etc. continued
HB445 Charter; Town of Iron Gate. approved
HB446 Interstate Route 81; diversion of truck traffic thereon. dead
HB447 Mercury switches in motor vehicles; requires removal prior to their demolition. approved
HB448 Litter control and recycling; increase percentage of grants awarded to localities. approved
HB449 Income tax, state; land preservation tax credit. dead
HB450 Income tax, state; land preservation tax credit. dead
HB451 Retirement System; forfeiture of eligibility. dead
HB452 Retirement System; allows a member to transfer his contributions to the optional plan. approved
HB453 Retirement System; optional life insurance to be reviewed by VRS. approved
HB454 Retirement System; reemployment shall not result in suspension of benefit payments. approved
HB455 Life insurance; clarifies the date when reductions in coverage for State disability retiree begins. approved
HB456 Private waste companies; requirements thereof. approved
HB457 Conflicts of Interest Act, State and Local; exemption for faculty papers. approved
HB458 Public Procurement Act; public body to enter into cooperative procurement for professional services. approved
HB459 Sickness and Disability Program; plan administrator to direct employee to apply for other benefits. approved
HB460 Sickness and Disability Program; reporting requirements of certain insurers. approved
HB461 Sickness and Disability Program; clarifies period an employee may receive short-term benefits. approved
HB462 Sickness and Disability Program; employees approved for benefits at age 60 eligible for max. 5 yrs. approved
HB463 Passenger cars; those owned by local governments. dead
HB464 Trash truck covers; all commercial vehicles required to use on cargo areas at all times. dead
HB465 Emergency response; notification of location of certain facilities. dead
HB466 School board; increase of salaries for members in City of Hopewell and Hanover County. approved
HB467 Retirement System; adds Municipal League and Association of Counties to membership. dead
HB468 Sickness and Disability Program; clarifies emp. receiving benefits must apply for soc. security. approved
HB469 Moped; clarification of definition. dead
HB470 Vacancies in constitutional offices; special election to fill vacancy. approved
HB471 Retirement System; modifies benefits of state and local law-enforcement officers. dead
HB472 Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; those teaching special education in private schools eligible. dead
HB473 Retirement System; local retirement plans not participating in the VRS. approved
HB474 Charter; Clifton Forge approved
HB475 Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate. dead
HB476 Severance benefits to state and local officials; requires any provided shall be publicly announced. approved
HB477 Driver's license applications & registration cards; voluntary contribution for Prevent Blindness Va. dead
HB478 Health insurance; small employers to enter into pooling agreements. dead
HB479 Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
HB480 Scholars Program; created. dead
HB481 School boards; required to allocate certain percentage of budget to instructional spending, report. dead
HB482 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel and dependents. dead
HB483 Income tax, state; deduction for those age 62 and over. dead
HB484 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include school-related items, computers, etc. dead
HB485 Recordation tax; reduces rates to levels prior to increase imposed. continued
HB486 Income tax, state; teleworking tax credit to certain qualified employers for eligible cost incurred. dead
HB487 Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration regarding. dead
HB488 Motor vehicle insurance license tax; revenues generated credited to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB489 Transportation Investment Bond Act of 2006; created. dead
HB490 Local governments; publication of notice of certain local decisions required. dead
HB491 Real estate reassessment; notice of change. approved
HB492 Textbooks; provide each student a copy that may be used at home. continued
HB493 High school baccalaureate ceremonies; develop guidelines complying with constitutional restriction. vetoed
HB494 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; prohibits imposition and collection of tolls for use thereof. dead
HB495 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; permits law-enforcement vehicles to use in an emergency. dead
HB496 Highway; expands definition. approved
HB497 License plates, special; requirements for issuance of clean special fuel plates. dead
HB498 License plates, special; issuance to retired members of the United States Navy and Coast Guard. continued
HB499 License plates, special; issuance to civilian employees of Department of the Army. continued
HB500 Consumer reports; national consumer reporting agency to furnish to consumer upon request. dead
HB501 Health insurance; employees of local governments to have same coverage as state employees. continued
HB502 Health benefits program; permits a judge to participate if he does so within 31 days of retirement. dead
HB503 Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties. dead
HB504 Community College System; directs State Board to est. policies providing for reduced tuition rates. approved
HB505 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty. dead
HB506 Jury trial of right; only named plaintiffs and defendants to be deemed parties under this statute. dead
HB507 Criminal history records check; school volunteers costs shall be paid by school division or State. dead
HB508 Retirement System; prohibits reduction in the net retirement benefit paid to state employees. dead
HB509 Retail sales and use tax; exemption on clothing, school supplies, computers and sports equipment. dead
HB510 Defense counsel; removes requirement that any certificate of analysis be provided before trial. dead
HB511 Worrell Family Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 662 bridge over Burks Fork Creek. approved
HB512 Alcoholic beverages; persons granted wine and beer licenses may conduct tastings. approved
HB513 DUI; breath analysis used as evidence. dead
HB514 DUI; breath test admissible as evidence in civil and criminal cases. approved
HB515 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities. dead
HB516 Estate tax; phases out over a four-year period. dead
HB517 New College Institute; created. approved
HB518 Tourism zones, local; county, city, or town to establish by local ordinance. approved
HB519 Estate tax; exemptions. dead
HB520 Unregistered vehicles and vehicles with expired registrations; prohibited on public highways. dead
HB521 Landscape architects; acceptance of plans by state and local authorities. approved
HB522 Tire recycling fee; extension of time. approved
HB523 Antifreeze bittering agent; engine coolant that is manufactured or sold within State to contain. continued
HB524 Criminal history record information; dissemination thereof to shipyards. approved
HB525 Charitable gaming; revises several existing definitions. approved
HB526 Street rods and custom vehicles; titling and registration. dead
HB527 Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund; created. dead
HB528 Retail Sales & Use Tax; exemption for clothing and computers. dead
HB529 Food and beverage tax; certain referendum cannot be held more than once in 3 yrs. in same county. continued
HB530 Retail Sales & Use Tax; semiconductor production exemption. approved
HB531 Income tax; conformity of taxation with Internal Revenue Code. approved
HB532 Sales and use tax exemption; school supplies, clothing and footwear, and computers. approved
HB533 Income tax, state; land preservation tax credit, value of donation. dead
HB534 Motor fuels tax; DMV suggested changes. approved
HB535 Water and sewer liens; Manassas Park authorized to provide charges for service. approved
HB536 Sales and use tax; exemption for certain contractors. dead
HB537 Home schooling; strengthens requirements for parents providing. dead
HB538 State Corporation Commission; fees. approved
HB539 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB540 Real estate taxes; exemption for certain elderly or disabled persons. dead
HB541 Criminal history record information; volunteer for Girl or Boy Scouts to receive at no charge. dead
HB542 Conflict of Interests Acts; includes certain clarifications concerning Acts and General Assembly. approved
HB543 Lobbyists; amending registration and disclosure provisions therefor. approved
HB544 Planning & Budget, Department of; agency budget estimates to Governor & General Assembly. dead
HB545 Marijuana; field test for evidence at trial. dead
HB546 Concealed handgun permits; retired law-enforcement officers denied written proof of consultation. dead
HB547 Antique motor vehicles; allows use of certain numbers, etc. on license plates. dead
HB548 Education expenses; requires Dept. of Juv. Justice to pay for any juvenile placed in corrections. continued
HB549 Statewide election results; electoral boards to notify Board of Elections in 24 hours of changes. dead
HB550 Solid waste disposal; Highland County authorized to levy fee therefor. approved
HB551 Motor vehicle dealers; transfer of dealerships. continued
HB552 Regional water supply plans; allows town to enter into with an adjacent county. approved
HB553 Occupational and professional criminal violations; statute of limitation. approved
HB554 Landfills; DEQ to develop policies & procedures to allow burning of vegetative waste. approved
HB555 Registered nurses; Board of Health to require circulator duties. dead
HB556 Pesticide & fertilizer, applicator license; Dept of Agr & Consumer Serv to issue license for both. dead
HB557 Public Procurement Act; expands prohibited contracts. approved
HB558 Condominium Act; actions for breach of warranty and notice of declarant. approved
HB559 Income tax, state; extend statute of limitations for refunds. dead
HB560 Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia. dead
HB561 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; commiting sex offense when not properly registered. dead
HB562 Absentee voting; eliminates present list of reasons entitling voter to cast absentee ballot. dead
HB563 Court records; removes sunset provision on prohibiting information from court-controlled website. approved
HB564 Freedom of Information Act; posting of minutes by state boards and commissions. approved
HB565 Workers' compensation; requires compensation for temporary partial disability up to 13 wks. dead
HB566 Wages and salaries; payments by employers. continued
HB567 Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit. approved
HB568 Communications tax reform; revises services, report. approved
HB569 Cigarette tax; increases penalty for failure to properly affix stamps. approved
HB570 Public libraries; technology protection measures. dead
HB571 Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof. continued
HB572 Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources. continued
HB573 Burial insurance; agent licensing. approved
HB574 Youth trapping license; created. approved
HB575 Trapping; exempts trappers using body grip traps that are completely submerged. approved
HB576 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for certain church property. approved
HB577 Children's group homes and residential facilites; regulatory requirements for licensure. approved
HB578 Income tax and personal property tax; allows localities to impose. dead
HB579 Income tax, state; deduction for individuals of incarcerated family members. dead
HB580 Highway system construction funds; allocation among districts. dead
HB581 Motor fuel tax; rate increase. dead
HB582 Standards of Quality; changes current pupil-teacher ratio in grades K-3. dead
HB583 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; person not ineligible due to drug possession conviction. dead
HB584 Education; Computation of composite index. dead
HB585 Sex offenses; indecent liberties against child under age 13, considered Class 4 felony. dead
HB586 Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; guidelines for staffing. dead
HB587 Absentee voting & ballot applications; persons 65 or older & any disabled person may vote absentee. dead
HB588 Machete; illegal to brandish machete in threatening manner, penalty. approved
HB589 Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County. approved
HB590 Machete; illegal to brandish in manner as to induce fear, penalty. dead
HB591 High school graduation rates; Bd. of Education to collect, analyze, etc. using standardized formula. dead
HB592 Law-enforcement officers; DCJS to assist agencies to develop programs for languages besides English. dead
HB593 English as a Second language Grant Program; created. dead
HB594 Emergency medical services; allows certain vehicles to carry oxygen, required training on handling. approved
HB595 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit. dead
HB596 Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; Fund includes dam safety, report. approved
HB597 Dam safety; penalties. approved
HB598 Emergency medical services personnel; required to report child abuse or neglect. continued
HB599 Propane air; clarification thereof. approved
HB600 Securities; right of survivorship shall be owned by a husband and wife. dead
HB601 Alcoholic beverages; license taxes for wholesale beer and wine licensees. approved
HB602 Alcoholic beverages; privileges of certain retail on-premises licensees who sell wine. dead
HB603 Prisoners; assessment of those with infectious diseases to determine work and housing assignments. dead
HB604 High-occupancy lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean fuel license plates. dead
HB605 License plates, special; issuance to spouses and parents of certain deceased military veterans. continued
HB606 Certification of animal pedigree dead
HB607 Planning & Budget, Department of; removes requirement of school div. to pay cost efficiency review. approved
HB608 Child or spousal support; writing bad checks therefor, penalty. dead
HB609 Corporations, professional; when members of board of directors thereof required to be licensed, etc. approved
HB610 Emergency medical services; facilitates development of quality of care initiative within system. approved
HB611 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Multiple Sclerosis Society. continued
HB612 Cigarette tax; deduction of bad debts from taxes owed. approved
HB613 Income tax, state; energy efficiency tax credit. dead
HB614 Special Advisory Commission on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits; JLARC to provide staffing. approved
HB615 Assault and battery; penalty when committed against family member. dead
HB616 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing. continued
HB617 Profits from crime; subject to special order of escrow, with profits going to victim. approved
HB618 Dialysis patient care technician; definition thereof. approved
HB619 Payday loans; repealing Act referring thereto. continued
HB620 Physicians; definition of office practice. continued
HB621 Charter; City of Richmond. approved
HB622 Prescriptions; exception to requirement for patients in certain correctional institutions. approved
HB623 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of malignant brain tumors. dead
HB624 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of morbid obesity. dead
HB625 Human remains; Commissioner of Department of Health to determine if hazardous to public health. approved
HB626 Payday loans; increases minimum term. dead
HB627 Felony cases; suspension or modification of sentence. dead
HB628 Military Family Relief Fund; created, report. approved
HB629 Prisoners; felony to tamper with fire protection or fire suppression system. approved
HB630 Claims; Rodney Robinette and Susan Cowden. dead
HB631 Condemnation proceeding; parties must attend dispute resolution evaluation session. approved
HB632 Hunting on Sunday; allows localities to authorize thereby. dead
HB633 Payment of child-care costs by noncustodial parent; school matriculation. dead
HB634 Assisted living facilities; not required to connect to temporary emergency electrical power source. dead
HB635 Correctional officer; warden, assistant warden and supervisor added to defintion thereof. dead
HB636 House of Delegates districts; makes technical adjustments in certain districts. dead
HB637 Health records; allow individuals to obtain their records before destroying. dead
HB638 Larceny; penalty when committed against incapacitated person. dead
HB639 Emergency directors and coordinators, local; emergency response training. dead
HB640 Low-water bridge; Dickenson County to transfer ownership therof in Town of Pound to VDOT. dead
HB641 Overweight permits; coal and gravel haulers to purchase. dead
HB642 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Boy Scouts. continued
HB643 Private roads; Counties of Dickenson & Tazewell added to provision allowing maintenance thereof. approved
HB644 Equine dentistry; provides exception from practice of veterinary medicine for practice thereof. continued
HB645 Motor vehicle; impoundment for eluding police. dead
HB646 DMV; access to records for person applying for volunteer vehicle operator with Civil Air Patrol. approved
HB647 Solid waste management plans; units to maintain recycling and target rates. approved
HB648 Operation of government stores; ABC Board to appoint holder of distiller's license as agent of Bd. approved
HB649 Alcoholic beverage control; creation of specialty gourmet shop license dead
HB650 School buses; maximum speed limit allowed. approved
HB651 Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Act; gives authority to accept federal grant money. approved
HB652 Oyster tax; revenues to be deposited into Public Oyster Rocks Replenishment Fund. approved
HB653 Nonevidentiary substances or paraphernalia; disposal thereof. approved
HB654 Dogs and cats; those seized by animal control officers to board in kennels at owner's expense. dead
HB655 High-occupancy lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean fuel license plates. dead
HB656 Advisory Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB657 Health insurance; mandated coverage for habilitative services for children. continued
HB658 Constitutional officers; certain incompatible activities. continued
HB659 Recordation tax; dedicated for transportation. dead
HB660 Insurance license tax; dedicated for transportation. dead
HB661 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases revenue to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB662 Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel; authorization from GA required before undertaking construction, etc. continued
HB663 Chesapeake Bay Bridge & Tunnel Commission; may not issue any bonds not redeemable before maturity. continued
HB664 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; adds certain police department. approved
HB665 Outdoor advertising; vegetation control. approved
HB666 Transportation Board; eliminates number and dollar limitations on awarding design-build contracts. approved
HB667 Interstate Highway System; all maintenance thereof to be carried out under certain contracts. approved
HB668 Motor fuels tax; refund for taxicabs. continued
HB669 Transportation improvement projects; increases project cap. dead
HB670 Vehicle license fees, etc., local; DMV to develop & implement standardized procedures & fees. approved
HB671 Design-build contracts; allows localities to award for construction of transportation projects. approved
HB672 Highways and bridges; Transportation Board to receive resolutions in support of naming. approved
HB673 Transportation Board; election of certain members by General Assembly. vetoed
HB674 Vehicle license fees, etc., local; DMV to develop & implement standardized procedures & fees. dead
HB675 Interstate Public-Private Transportation Partnership Compact; establishing with North & S.C. dead
HB676 VDOT; Commissioner to report on actions & initiatives that involve outsourcing & privatization. approved
HB677 VDOT; Transportation Commissioner to report on certain accomplishments, actions, and initiatives. approved
HB678 Publications tax; revenue shall be deposited into Water Quality Improvement Fund. dead
HB679 Telephone directories; requires telephone companies to verify accuracy of information provided. continued
HB680 Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program and Fund; created. approved
HB681 Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program. dead
HB682 Student Financial Security Program; created. dead
HB683 DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers. dead
HB684 Erosion & Sediment Control & Stormwater Management Acts; clarifies acceptable flow rates. approved
HB685 Absentee voting; voter who did not receive ballot may vote provisional ballot at polling place. dead
HB686 Subdivision ordinances; provisions to allow locality to construct sidewalk. approved
HB687 General Assembly; alternative office expense allowance arrangement for members. dead
HB688 Sewage sludge; restrictions on land application thereof. dead
HB689 Farmers markets; exempt from restaurant requirements. dead
HB690 Sewage sludge; prohibited from being stored at site where being land applied for more thn 3 days. dead
HB691 Prisoners; certain documents to be provided to prisoner upon release. approved
HB692 Juveniles; exceptions to confidentiality. approved
HB693 Real Estate Time-Share Act; provides for nonjudicial foreclosure of liens. approved
HB694 Sports Facility Authority; authority to include all professional sports & changes name thereto. dead
HB695 In-state tuition; dependents of active duty military personnel shall be eligible to receive. approved
HB696 Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of single-family house from certain section. dead
HB697 Motorcycles; proof of liability insurance to purchase. dead
HB698 Mortgage brokers; dual compensation. approved
HB699 Housing Authorities Law; various changes to update provisions. approved
HB700 Electricity; capped rates. dead
HB701 Motor carrier transportation contracts; indemnification clauses. approved
HB702 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; changes of titles from executive director to president. dead
HB703 Law-enforcement agency; to receive recovery cost from bail bondsman when bailee is recovered thereby dead
HB704 Firearms, discharge of, or hunting; certain local ordinances invalid. continued
HB705 Firearms and hunting; prohibits locality from regulating. dead
HB706 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; appointment of executive director. vetoed
HB707 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; change in membership. dead
HB708 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items. dead
HB709 Waste containers; localities to impose civil penalty for non-removal after third notice. approved
HB710 Abandoned buildings; localities may take action to secure those that threaten public safety. dead
HB711 Hunting on Sunday; allows localities to authorize thereby. dead
HB712 Juveniles; duty of person taking child into custody. continued
HB713 Predicate crimminal act; addition to list of crimes included in definition. dead
HB714 Health partnership authorities, local; repeals sunset provision. approved
HB715 Cellular telephones; prohibits use while driving. dead
HB716 Littering on highways; second or subsequent violation, penalty. dead
HB717 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; prohibits conversion of certain HOV lanes. dead
HB718 Traffic light signals; use of photo-monitoring systems in certain localities. dead
HB719 Nonsuits; parties to be notified if additional are granted. dead
HB720 Criminal pleas; Alford pleas in criminal cases inadmissible in civil actions. dead
HB721 Garnishment proceedings; garnishee to mail answer to a summons to judgment creditor. dead
HB722 Grand juries; oath of jurors and witnesses. dead
HB723 Divorce; equitable distribution. approved
HB724 State-Local Intersection Partnership Program; created. dead
HB725 Underground utility damage prevention; establishes restriction on conduct of trenchless excavation. dead
HB726 Adoption; parental consent prior to minor petitioning therefor. dead
HB727 Adoption laws; changes in provisions. approved
HB728 Putative Father Registry Fund; created, additional adoption fee to be used for Fund. dead
HB729 Adoption; allows birth parent to recommend adoptive parents. approved
HB730 Mutual Consent Adoption Registry; created. approved
HB731 Child or spousal support; clarify factors that court shall consider when determining support. approved
HB732 Child support; provides a self-support reserve for parents with incomes of a certain amount. dead
HB733 Child support; revisions to guidelines. dead
HB734 Community College Transfer Grant Program Fund; created. dead
HB735 Campaign finance disclosure; requirement to close certain candidate campaign accounts. continued
HB736 Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit. dead
HB737 Marijuana; deprives juvenile convicted of possession privilege to drive for one year. dead
HB738 Little League Baseball Challenger Week; designating as first full wk of May preceeding Mother's Day. approved
HB739 Driver's licenses; persons convicted of DUI must have motor vehicle liability insurance. dead
HB740 Code Commission; authorized to publish renumbered code and delineates savings provisions. dead
HB741 State agencies; Comptroller shall develop policies to reduce costs of collecting debts owed thereto. approved
HB742 Child support guideline; excludes from gross income any money not expected to be repeated. dead
HB743 Statewide Independent Living Fund; created, report. approved
HB744 Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement actions against owner. approved
HB745 Felonies; court may impose additional term for drug offense. dead
HB746 Condemnation; no state funds used for condemnation undertaken for economic development. dead
HB747 Parasail operators; localities by ordinance to regulate. continued
HB748 Spot blight abatement; condemnation. dead
HB749 Menhaden; limits on amount harvested annually. dead
HB750 Public Procurement Act; makes amount of bond for transportation-related projects contract amount. continued
HB751 Computer crimes; removes term without authority from definition of fraud. dead
HB752 Drug treatment courts; established in City of Newport News. approved
HB753 Income tax, state; credit for low-income taxpayers. dead
HB754 Landfills; allows certain to continue to accept trash. dead
HB755 DNA analyses; certification of laboratories that perform. dead
HB756 Recount procedures; requires hard copy optical scan ballots to be rerun. dead
HB757 Medical Assistance Services; contracting for delivery of disease management for chronic disorders. dead
HB758 Medical assistance services; State Plan amendment or application for certain waiver. approved
HB759 Medical assistance services; development of public-private long-term care partnership program. approved
HB760 Health care; determination of data concerning safety & quality services rendered by physicians. approved
HB761 Health group cooperatives; established for arranging benefit plan coverage for small employers. approved
HB762 Speed limit; exceeding lawful limit on Interstate Route 81. dead
HB763 Absentee voting and ballot applications; persons 65 or older may vote absentee. dead
HB764 Divorce; separation agreement may be either written or oral. dead
HB765 Storyteller Laureate; honorary position created, Governor to appoint. dead
HB766 Identity theft; charge of fee for security freezes. dead
HB767 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain surplus revenue. continued
HB768 Hospitals & Health care practioners; use of reprocessed single-use medical devices; penalty. continued
HB769 Concealed handgun permits; information concerning lethal force. dead
HB770 Income tax, state; distribution of revenues to localities. dead
HB771 Condemnation proceedings; localities to hold public hearing prior to initiating a condemnation. approved
HB772 Tax assessments; judicial appeals thereof. approved
HB773 House of Delegates districts; makes technical adjustments in certain districts. approved
HB774 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; joint agreements. approved
HB775 Predicate crimminal act; addition to list of crimes included in definition. approved
HB776 Law practices; allows those who are not active members of State Bar to render professional services. approved
HB777 Law-Enforcement. dead
HB778 Title insurance; requirements for certain residential dwelling units. dead
HB779 Transient occupancy tax; maximum amount Nelson County may charge. approved
HB780 Education; expenditures and reports on instructional spending. dead
HB781 Employees and residents, local; right to express opinions to elected officials. approved
HB782 Triggerman rule; eliminated. continued
HB783 School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially. approved
HB784 Lottery; various changes that will enhance ability to continue as strong revenue producer for State. approved
HB785 Methamphetamine; modification of sentencing guidelines. dead
HB786 Income tax, state; credit for purchase of long-term care insurance. approved
HB787 Health partnership authorities, local; repeals sunset provision. dead
HB788 Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision. approved
HB789 Expert witness; eliminates prohibition against compensating in certain criminal cases. approved
HB790 Conditional release; extends custody period following revocation thereof before treatment. approved
HB791 Insanity; conditional release shall not be revoked because of voluntary hospital admission. approved
HB792 Subdivision streets; do not need to meet VDOT standards if they serve fewer than 3 familes per mile. dead
HB793 License plates, temporary; issuance to dealers and vehicle owners by DMV. approved
HB794 Firearms; forfeiture of return if serial number altered, etc. dead
HB795 Child support; allows incarcerated persons to have their obligation adjusted during incarceration. dead
HB796 Uniform Transfer to Minors Act; allows two people to be joint custodian for single minor. approved
HB797 Commissioners of revenue; participation in DMV select program. dead
HB798 Domestic violence victim fund; available to victim in case of emergency. dead
HB799 Sex Offender Registry; automatic notification. dead
HB800 Exhaust systems; limits allowable level of noise emitted from motor vehicle. dead
HB801 Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; created. approved
HB802 Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit. dead
HB803 Motor vehicles; impoundment for certain when person driving with suspended or revoked license. dead
HB804 Recreational Facilities Authority; reduces number of members that constitutes quorum. approved
HB805 Littering from motor vehicle; includes cigarette butts as litter. continued
HB806 Foster care; adds provision of care to child & family when identified as needing services. dead
HB807 Testimony; admissibility of opinion by experts. dead
HB808 Teacher staffing ratios; to maintain use teachers may teach courses outside endorsement area. dead
HB809 Primary and secondary highway systems; projects undertaken by counties. approved
HB810 Smart Road; funds involving construction, reconstruction, and improvement thereof. dead
HB811 Self defense; permissible use of deadly force when presumption of fear or death, exception. dead
HB812 Civil cases; removes requirement that plaintiff must post bond to appeal judgment. approved
HB813 Standards of Learning assessments; Board of Education may enact special provisions relating thereto. approved
HB814 Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; created. dead
HB815 Standards of Quality; modify current funding formula and calculation of composit index. dead
HB816 Recording devices in motor vehicles; access to recorded data. approved
HB817 Affordable housing; dwelling unit program applicable in Town of Leesburg. dead
HB818 Public Procurement Act; design-build projects by local public bodies, methods of procurement. dead
HB819 Magistrates; retired is eligible to serve as substitute. dead
HB820 Public facilities impact fees; applicable in all localities. dead
HB821 Rural Rustic Road program; roads with certain average daily traffic volumes qualify therefor. approved
HB822 Libraries, local public; donations of materials to nonprofit organizations. approved
HB823 Speed limits; signs placed in residence districts without approval of county. approved
HB824 Signs; authorizes any town to request and pay for installation thereof. approved
HB825 Speed limits; certain restrictions in residence districts. dead
HB826 Tolls; failure to pay, penalty. dead
HB827 License plates.; prohibits use of any bracket, etc. that obscures or alters. approved
HB828 Animals; prohibits person or vendor at carnival midway from giving away any live animal as prize. dead
HB829 Self defense; justification of use of physical force against intruders if occupant of dwelling. dead
HB830 Concealed handgun permit; extends expiration date for those held by certain military personnel. dead
HB831 Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; individuals in health maintenance organizations. approved
HB832 Health insurance; duties of Office of Managed Care Ombudsman. dead
HB833 License plates, special; eliminates fee for those bearing legend: United We Stand. approved
HB834 License plates, special; reduces number of days pre-paid application to be received by Commissioner. approved
HB835 Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono tax credit. dead
HB836 Food and beverage tax; referendum required in certain cities. continued
HB837 Budget Office; established in legislative branch. dead
HB838 Transfer of private school credits to public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations. continued
HB839 Human Rights Council; private causes of action for unlawful discrimination on basis of race, etc. dead
HB840 Child support; allows an obligor to prepay child support obligations. dead
HB841 Local Partnership Programs; payment schedule for reimbursement of funds to locality. continued
HB842 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; posting of information on Internet. dead
HB843 HOV lanes; issuance of three demerit points for first and subsequent violations thereof. approved
HB844 Indigent Defense Commission; powers and duties. approved
HB845 Freedom of Information; allows Forensic Science Bd. & Scientific Adv. Com. to have closed meeting. approved
HB846 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. approved
HB847 Gangs; collection of information on individuals identified as members thereof. approved
HB848 Forensic Science, Department of; change in powers and duties. approved
HB849 Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; Board of Directors to appoint executive director. approved
HB850 Income tax, state; revenue surplus tax credit. dead
HB851 Vaccines; authorizes hospitals to provide for administration of influenza and pneumococcal. approved
HB852 Hospital authorities; standardizes powers and duties concerning. approved
HB853 Health records; rights of privacy thereof. approved
HB854 Senior citizens & adults w/disabilities; agency heads designate employee to review policy affecting. approved
HB855 Guardianship; petition by parent of incapacitated person. approved
HB856 Public Guardianship Program; authority to make funeral arrangements. approved
HB857 Green Buildings Act; created, report. continued
HB858 Cruelty to animals; violence against attacking dog shall not be in violation of provisions thereto. dead
HB859 Death penalty; persons not eligible for parole or good conduct allowance. dead
HB860 Document filings, post-assessment; allows SCC to file with respect to stock & nonstock corp., etc. approved
HB861 Martinsville, City of; requires voter approval before city can revert to town status. continued
HB862 Personal property, tangible; establishes separate class for certain aircraft. approved
HB863 Computer and electronic data; access to defendant thereof seized in obscenity, etc., cases. approved
HB864 Virtual child pornography; definition thereof. dead
HB865 Workers' compensation; requires compensation for temporary partial disability up to 13 wks. approved
HB866 Workers' compensation; requires compensation for temporary partial disability up to 13 wks. dead
HB867 House of Delegates Districts; adjustment in boundary line betw. 19th and 22nd districts in Bedford. dead
HB868 Morning-after pill; parental consent for minors required; penalty. dead
HB869 License taxes, local; localities to select date to apply therefor. approved
HB870 Boating safety course; required if convicted of violating boating law. approved
HB871 Charter; Town of Altavista. approved
HB872 Boating safety course; required if convicted of violating boating law. continued
HB873 Child abuse; adds information technology professionals to list required to report. dead
HB874 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for telecommunication companies. continued
HB875 Dextromethorphan (DXM); Health Commissioner restrict access to over-the-counter medicine containing. continued
HB876 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; hiring of State Police officers to enforce lane restrictions. dead
HB877 Highways; increases cost of maintenance & construction projects carried out by state employees. approved
HB878 Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs. dead
HB879 Self defense; justification of deadly force, when unlawful. dead
HB880 Income tax, state and sales and use tax; exemption for certain energy efficient products. dead
HB881 Cable service; establishes franchising procedures. dead
HB882 Prisoners; restrictions on suits, claims, etc. maintained against while incarcerated. approved
HB883 Students; carnal knowledge by school employee, penalty. dead
HB884 Special elections; fill vacancies in constitutional offices. approved
HB885 National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws; Director of DLS is a Commissioner. approved
HB886 State agencies; preparation and publication of annual liaison booklet. approved
HB887 Mergers and reinstatements; provides exceptions to requirements therefor. approved
HB888 Subpoenas; those for witnesses or documents to be authorized by judge. approved
HB889 Lead-based paint maintenance; immunity from liability statute. approved
HB890 Motor vehicle insurance; policies on access to recorded data, penalty. continued
HB891 Data recorders; personal property of owner of vehicle. continued
HB892 Higher education institutions; prohibiting admission of illegal aliens. dead
HB893 Income tax, state; reimbursement for milage for private veh. used for traveling on state business. dead
HB894 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of inborn errors of metabolism. dead
HB895 Concealed handguns; carrying in urban air carrier airport terminals. dead
HB896 Retail Sales & Use Tax; gratuities or service charges on meals excluded when calculating. approved
HB897 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate. dead
HB898 Sam's Restaurant; Governor to convey to Ocean Properties, LLC in downtown section of Hampton. approved
HB899 Detention process, temporary; transportation by sheriffs. dead
HB900 Redevelopment and Housing Authority; commissioners shall not be members of any governing body. dead
HB901 Gangs; person on probation prohibited from any contact. approved
HB902 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
HB903 Parental rights; court to determine custody arrangement thereof when convicted of certain offenses. approved
HB904 Assault and battery; penalty when committed against certain judicial persons. dead
HB905 Literary Fund; raises the maximum limit for any loan thereof. dead
HB906 Pet trust; created. approved
HB907 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; confidentiality of tenant records. approved
HB908 Enterprise zones; real property investment grants. continued
HB909 Enterprise zone job creation grants; deletion of terms from definition of grant eligible position. approved
HB910 Higher educational institutions; programs to promote awareness of sex crimes upon students. approved
HB911 Urban Highway Congestion Mitigation Fund; created. dead
HB912 Payday loans; requires SCC to contract w/third party to establish database through Internet. dead
HB913 Motor fuel establishment; presumption that owner or lessee of vehicle failed to pay, penalty. dead
HB914 Vacant & abandoned buildings; Newport News require screening, landscaping, etc. for properites. dead
HB915 Automobile graveyards & junkyards; adds Newport News to localities that may require screening. approved
HB916 Real estate tax; assessments for open space property for golf courses. approved
HB917 Fog lights; not more than two may be illuminated at any time. approved
HB918 Zoning ordinances; modification and provision. approved
HB919 Cable television operator; easement conveyed by developer within 30 days after request. approved
HB920 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness. continued
HB921 Manner by which sexual battery is committed. dead
HB922 Fishburne Military School; officers recognized as commissioned officers of unorganized militia. approved
HB923 Condemned property; compensation for property owners. continued
HB924 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities. dead
HB925 Reimbursement for damages; property owner shall have right to recover costs against VDOT. dead
HB926 Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; created. approved
HB927 License plates, special; expired authorizations. approved
HB928 License plates, special; those issued to members of General Assembly shall be same as district no. dead
HB929 Absentee ballots; must be received by 5:00 p.m. on seventh day before election. approved
HB930 Vendor's manual; DGS, et al to establish procedure for refunding relevant eVa transaction fees. approved
HB931 Tourism Financing Development Authority; created. continued
HB932 Voluntary pre-clearance program; Employment Commission to prepare plan for drug-free employees. dead
HB933 Ticket scalping; prohibition on resale of tickets to certain public events. dead
HB934 Courthouses; increase in assessments for construction, renovation, or maintenance. dead
HB935 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; creates nonstock corp. to support academic research. continued
HB936 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects; definitions. continued
HB937 Anabolic steroids; electronic ordering of Schedule II drugs and additions to Schedules IV and V. approved
HB938 Game and Inland Fisheries; Board of; changes from a supervisory board to a policy board. dead
HB939 Game wardens; Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries given power to appoint. dead
HB940 Rappahannock River; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain lands pertaining thereto. approved
HB941 Workers' compensation liability; corrects the statement of the minimum ratio of debt to equity. approved
HB942 Structured Settlement Protection Act; workers' compensation benefits. approved
HB943 Child labor; hour limits. continued
HB944 Wireless service; commercial mobile radio service is a public utility. dead
HB945 Pharmacy benefits managers; requirements for regulation and registration. continued
HB946 Health insurance; assignment of benefits to emergency care physicians. continued
HB947 George P. Coleman Bridge; tolls to be removed therefrom. dead
HB948 Abandoned vehicles; disposal thereof by localities. approved
HB949 Old City Hall; Director of DGS to record declaration of historic preservation covenants relating. approved
HB950 Attorney fees; clarifies where medical lien is asserted. continued
HB951 Sentencing guidelines; require approval of General Assembly for modifications. dead
HB952 Employee stock ownership plan; authorizes option plans. approved
HB953 Freedom of Information Act; definition of public body. dead
HB954 Political subdivisions; Auditor of Public Accounts to examine accounts, etc. when deems appropriate. continued
HB955 Eminent domain; religious corporations and unincorporated churches. approved
HB956 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
HB957 Retirement System; clarifies vesting requirements of public safety officers. approved
HB958 Retirement System; specifies Dec. 31 as date to submit annual reports. approved
HB959 Public Records Act; timely destruction of records. dead
HB960 Investment fraud; applies to those convicted of misuse or misappropriation of funds, etc. dead
HB961 Traffic light signals; use of photo-monitoring systems in certain localities. dead
HB962 Blight abatement; authorizes localities to place lien on properties repaired or acquired. dead
HB963 Income tax, state; agricultural best management practices tax credit. approved
HB964 Unemployment tax filing; annually for employers of domestic service individuals. continued
HB965 Human Trafficking Act; created, report. dead
HB966 Student records; parental consent to release such information to military recruiters. dead
HB967 Motor vehicle salesperson; amends definition. approved
HB968 Correctional Education, Bd. of; changes membership to provide appointments of teachers. dead
HB969 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. dead
HB970 License plates, special; issuance to members of Del Ray Citizens Association. continued
HB971 T.C. Williams High School; City of Alexandria School Bd. to set school calendar prior to Labor Day. approved
HB972 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; reorganizes and clarifies provisions thereof. approved
HB973 Income tax, state; senior citizen tax relief. dead
HB974 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exempts cars with certain EPA fuel efficiency rating. continued
HB975 U.S. Navy Master Jet Base; land use adjacent to certain. approved
HB976 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for military personnel. approved
HB977 Shortline Railway Preservation and Development Fund; created. approved
HB978 Marijuana; prohibits sale near school, etc. of substance representing drug. dead
HB979 Executive branch supervisory boards; Attorney General to meet with members to explain duties, etc. dead
HB980 Master Settlement Agreement; assignment of escrow funds to nonparticipating manufacturer. approved
HB981 Wildlife and fish restoration; Department of Game & Inland Fisheries to accept federal grant money. approved
HB982 Avian influenza; regulations to prevent & control in commercial and noncommercial poultry. approved
HB983 Animal or animal products; compensation for those destroyed to control disease outbreak. approved
HB984 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; penalties. approved
HB985 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration. dead
HB986 Victim notification program; civil immunity for operation thereof. approved
HB987 Defense counsel; provides certificate of analysis at no charge. dead
HB988 Sex offenders; prohibits residence in proximity to schools. dead
HB989 Route 674; prohibition on transportation of hazardous materials in Fairfax County. dead
HB990 License plates, special; issuance for all branches of armed forces. continued
HB991 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; revocation of probation of those not registered. dead
HB992 Sexual offenses; enticement of minor, penalty. dead
HB993 Sexual offenders; prohibiting proximity to children and others. dead
HB994 Public Procurement Act; purchase of certain insurance in construction projects. approved
HB995 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. continued
HB996 Dental hygienists; can administer certain Schedule VI analgesia and anesthesia. approved
HB997 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; changes sunset date. approved
HB998 Charter; City of Charlottesville. approved
HB999 Grievance procedure; Albemarle County utilizing an administrative hearing officer rather than panel. approved
HB1000 Tolls; failure to pay, penalty. approved
HB1001 Liability insurance policies; notices. approved
HB1002 School Board; salary procedure for members of Arlington County Board. approved
HB1003 Retail sales and use tax; increase in certain localities. dead
HB1004 Office of Commonwealth Preparedness; provides for appointment of director by Governor. approved
HB1005 Registration and certificates of title; offences relating thereto, penalty. approved
HB1006 Manufactured homes, etc.; notice to counties, cities, and towns whenever title is surrendered. approved
HB1007 Child custody; reports to be furnished 15 days prior to hearing. approved
HB1008 Trusts; amends Uniform Trust Code to make applicable statues prospective. dead
HB1009 Check Clearing for 21st Evidence Act; created. approved
HB1010 Clifton Forge and South Boston, former Cities of; updates Code references. approved
HB1011 Brook Trout; redesignating as official fish of State. approved
HB1012 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; includes person who uses communication system. dead
HB1013 False identification cards; manufacture and sale thereof, penalty. approved
HB1014 Internet; payment for access to sexually explicit material thereon, penalty. approved
HB1015 Sex Offender Registry; modifies registration of a person convicted of murdering a child. dead
HB1016 Assault and battery; increases penalty if committed against judge, etc. approved
HB1017 Juveniles; clarifies the process where it is unnecessary to file petition for certain offenses. approved
HB1018 Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of justice or judge. continued
HB1019 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; Supreme Court to adopt rules governing discovery. dead
HB1020 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; membership. dead
HB1021 Zoning ordinances; findings of board of appeals on questions of fact are presumptively correct. approved
HB1022 Pretrial motions or objections; when defense may raise in circuit and district courts. approved
HB1023 Health care provider; certain documents prepared considered privileged. approved
HB1024 Emergency services and disasters; constitutional rights. dead
HB1025 Personal property; Sheriff's duty to remove pursuant to an ejectment proceeding. approved
HB1026 Noncharitable irrevocable trusts; modification or termination thereof. dead
HB1027 Traffic incidents; reimbursement of expenses incurred in responding to by volunteer fire, etc. approved
HB1028 Criminal procedure; determination of indigency; appointment of counsel. approved
HB1029 Motor vehicle dealer; excludes those who sell & distribute fire-fighting equipment & ambulances. dead
HB1030 Marijuana; field test for evidence at trial. approved
HB1031 Child pornography; persons under age 18 in sexually explicit visual material. dead
HB1032 Juveniles; unlawful to provide certain sexual material. dead
HB1033 Juvenile sentencing; jury's recommendation may be modified by court. dead
HB1034 Motor vehicle dealers; warranty obligations. approved
HB1035 Medical Assistance Services, Office of Inspector General for; created, report. continued
HB1036 Campus safety; DCJS to develop training standards for officers, provide support to their depts. approved
HB1037 Sexually Violent Predators Services, Office of; established. approved
HB1038 Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses. approved
HB1039 Dogs; penalty when recklessly controlling or handling. approved
HB1040 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty. approved
HB1041 Health maintenance organizations; Medicaid coverage. approved
HB1042 Involuntary manslaughter; causing death of another while engaging in vehicle race. approved
HB1043 Coal; tax credits for production and use. approved
HB1044 Health maintenance organizations; exempts from filing statements of covered & uncovered expenses. approved
HB1045 Menhaden fishing; prohibited in certain areas. dead
HB1046 Juveniles; reporting alleged illegal alien delinquents to Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency approved
HB1047 Traffic light signals; police to use wireless telecommunications devices for enforcement. approved
HB1048 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment, penalty. continued
HB1049 Birth certificates; fraudulent use. approved
HB1050 Tuition, in-state; alien students eligibility. dead
HB1051 Employment service centers; prohibits public funding, exception. continued
HB1052 Legislation; requires sunset date on all new state or local taxation bills. dead
HB1053 Museum of Fine Arts; exempts museum from assessment and levy of service charge. dead
HB1054 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; continuing education approved
HB1055 Air emissions control; Department of Environment Quality shall promulgate regulations. approved
HB1056 Dietitians and nutritionists; requirements for licensure by Board of Health Professions. continued
HB1057 Teacher licensure requirements; revising current statutes and teacher ed. program provisions. approved
HB1058 Standards of Quality; biennial reveiw thereof. approved
HB1059 Standards of Learning; Board of Education shall make assessments publicly available. approved
HB1060 Parole; Board shall not deny a fourth consecutive time soley on basis of serious nature of offense. dead
HB1061 Bear parts; sale thereof allowed when legally hunted. dead
HB1062 Geriatric mental health services, specialized; DMHMRSAS to develop pilot program. dead
HB1063 Driver's licenses, special identification cards, etc.; use of adoption decrees for applications. dead
HB1064 Health insurance; state to offer a supplemental health coverage program. dead
HB1065 Campaign finance disclosure; revises & increases civil penalties of filing incomplete reports. approved
HB1066 Sex offenders; prohibits those convicted of offense against minor from residing with unless related. approved
HB1067 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment, penalty. continued
HB1068 Contract passenger carriers; operational requirements. approved
HB1069 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; name changed to Dept. of Vendor Diversity and Develop. dead
HB1070 Transportation district; localities may impose local tax to be exclusively used therefor. dead
HB1071 Child pornography; mandatory minimum terms of confinement for possession thereof. dead
HB1072 Food and beverage tax; imposition in Floyd County. dead
HB1073 Conditional zoning; localities may accept proffered conditions once public hearing has begun. approved
HB1074 General Assembly; members not entitled to receive compensation during active session. approved
HB1075 Boating safety course; required if convicted of violating boating law. dead
HB1076 Towing persons on the water; adds inflatable tube to list of devices used therefor. dead
HB1077 Construction loans by banks; removes an obsolete reference. approved
HB1078 Motorboats; sets maximun speed limit on Smith Mountain Lake. continued
HB1079 Office of Broadband Assistance; created. dead
HB1080 Telecommunications companies; access to customer information. dead
HB1081 Utility services; unlawful to tamper with meters to obtain use thereof without payment. approved
HB1082 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase in certain localities. dead
HB1083 Commonwealth Telework Council; created. dead
HB1084 Standards of Quality; average teacher salary to be competitive nationally. dead
HB1085 Transportation Trust Fund; increases percentage of revenues flowing to Mass Transit Fund. dead
HB1086 Affordable housing; assessment of real property, consideration of limitations. dead
HB1087 Alcoholic beverages; allows for transfer of an ABC license upon application by bona fide purchaser. dead
HB1088 Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties. dead
HB1089 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; State Board of Elections to review reports of certain candidates. continued
HB1090 Electoral College; allocation of votes. dead
HB1091 Animal euthanasia; use of gas chambers therefor prohibited. dead
HB1092 Officers of election; other officers excused from polling place in case of emergency. dead
HB1093 Prisoners; medical records to be provided thereto upon release. approved
HB1094 Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; violators to pay civil penalties. approved
HB1095 Pounds, shelters, & pet stores; State Vet. to inspect annually, observance of euthanasia procedure. dead
HB1096 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags. continued
HB1097 Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia. dead
HB1098 Income tax, state; limit to deduction for those of certain age. dead
HB1099 Eminent domain; certain persons eligible for relocation expenses. approved
HB1100 Human Trafficking Act; created, report. dead
HB1101 Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses. dead
HB1102 Community College Transfer Grant program. dead
HB1103 Consumer Protection Act; choice of remedies, action for damages. approved
HB1104 Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program. dead
HB1105 Concealed weapons; person to inform law-enforcement officer of possession. dead
HB1106 Concealed weapons; possession on owner's property and in private vehicles. vetoed
HB1107 Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements. continued
HB1108 Support orders; changes the effective date thereof. approved
HB1109 Background checks; school boards must require for public school contract employees. approved
HB1110 Physicians; immunity thereof for failing to review or act on any laboratory tests, etc., exception. approved
HB1111 Physical therapy; prohibits anyone not licensed from advertising services thereas. dead
HB1112 Physical therapy; removes referral and supervision requirements thereof. dead
HB1113 Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono tax credit. dead
HB1114 Income tax, state; animal adoption tax credit. dead
HB1115 Persons presumed dead; provides for the appointment of curator & eliminates surety bond req. approved
HB1116 Railroads; increases maximum fine for blocking roads. continued
HB1117 Traffic offenses; optional additional penalty for certain violations. dead
HB1118 Contractors, Board of; educational requirements as condition for licensure. approved
HB1119 Private roads; designating as highways for law-enforcement purposes in Warren County. approved
HB1120 Radar detectors; repeals prohibition on use thereof. dead
HB1121 Charter; Town of Purcellville. approved
HB1122 State agencies; services to be procured from private sector if on commercial activity list. dead
HB1123 Planning & Budget, Department of; required to provide copies of agncy budget estimate for Gov. & GA. dead
HB1124 Retail Sales & Use Tax; revenue distribution to localities based on real estate tax revenue growth. dead
HB1125 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for school-related items. dead
HB1126 Income tax, individual and corporate; motion picture production company tax credit. dead
HB1127 Rail Enhancement Fund; certain percentage of expenditures committed to intermodal rail projects. dead
HB1128 Lottery; Department prohibited from charging fees to individual for using copyrighted words, etc. dead
HB1129 Lottery tickets; prohibits sale thereof over Internet. approved
HB1130 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; changes manner in which appointments are made. dead
HB1131 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; Auditor of Public Accounts to conduct annual audit of accounts. dead
HB1132 Off-shore natural gas exploration; Liaison Office to enact legislation to exempt existing moratorium dead
HB1133 Consumer products; retailers allowed to sell existing inventories thereof. approved
HB1134 Sludge Management Permit Fee Fund; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations for deposits therein. approved
HB1135 Tuition, in-state; educational benefits for illegal aliens military personnel and their dependants. dead
HB1136 Community College Transfer Grant Program Fund; created. dead
HB1137 Richard Bland College; closure. dead
HB1138 Drug use in public schools; instruction on dangers of methamphetamine and OxyContin use. dead
HB1139 Hospice programs; regulation thereof. dead
HB1140 Defendants; reimbursement for payment of reward. dead
HB1141 Identity theft; penalty. approved
HB1142 General Assembly; Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct. dead
HB1143 Campaign finance disclosure; candidates statements of organization shall be filed within 10 days. approved
HB1144 Conveyance of property; additional method for subdivision of lot to family member. approved
HB1145 Emergency medical services agencies; surface transportation and removal surfaces exemption. approved
HB1146 Social workers; must have license issued by Board of Social Work. approved
HB1147 Prescription drugs; training and regulations for administering to child in child day program. approved
HB1148 Motor fuels tax; sets effective date for sales tax in certain transportation districts. approved
HB1149 Pseudoephedrine; licensed pharmacist only to dispense, etc. dead
HB1150 Chesapeake Bay and Waters Clean-up and Oversight Act; created. approved
HB1151 Family planning services; restrictions on funding. dead
HB1152 Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created. dead
HB1153 Virginia Energy Plan; created. dead
HB1154 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. continued
HB1155 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. dead
HB1156 Sexual and domestic violence; confidentiality of records. approved
HB1157 Town of Stuart; charter. approved
HB1158 Sick leave; local school boards to adopt policies for up to 12 weeks of leave without pay. dead
HB1159 High-speed pursuit; law-enforcement agency to adopt written policy on how to conduct. dead
HB1160 Income tax, corporate; insurance premiums tax & employer-provided commuting expenses tax credit. dead
HB1161 State employees; telecom. connectivity adds budget items heads of state agencies must include. approved
HB1162 Congregate Housing Services Pilot Program; created, reports. dead
HB1163 False license; unlawful sale thereof, penalty. approved
HB1164 Speed limits; reduces maximum on any public highway. dead
HB1165 Domestic violence victims; procedures to keep personal documents confidential. dead
HB1166 Registration lists and applications; victims of domestic violence may provide P.O. box address. dead
HB1167 Victims of domestic violence; use of alternative contact information by health care providers, etc. dead
HB1168 Pounds, shelters, and pet stores; State Veterinarian to inspect annually. dead
HB1169 Electronic recordings; statements made by juv. def. presumed inadmissible unless reliably recorded. dead
HB1170 Emergency management, local; appointment of emergency coordinators. approved
HB1171 Board and commision, local; removal of certain members. approved
HB1172 Qualification to vote; person must be 18 yrs. of age on or before day of election. approved
HB1173 Affordable housing; assessment of real property. approved
HB1174 Community Housing Tax Credit; replaces current low-income housing tax credit. continued
HB1175 Certification of results; State Board of Elections to post on Internet changes made to results. approved
HB1176 Minor; actions against parents for conduct thereof. continued
HB1177 Political campaign advertisements; increases civil penalty. approved
HB1178 General Assembly; Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct. vetoed
HB1179 Speed limits; special limitation on interstates. approved
HB1180 Public safety employee hardship; powers of Governor during emergency. approved
HB1181 Canine detector and patrol units; certification of those used by law-enforcement agencies. dead
HB1182 DUI of alcohol or drugs; offense considered if certain milligrams in blood. dead
HB1183 Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services. approved
HB1184 Transportation Board; election of certain members by legislative appointing authorities. continued
HB1185 Water Protection Permits; regulation of agricultural withdrawals. vetoed
HB1186 Legislative appointees; designates authorities to appoint legislators who serve on certain boards. approved
HB1187 Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area. approved
HB1188 Charter; Town of Elkton. approved
HB1189 Mutual aid agreements; all sheriffs have authority to enter into. dead
HB1190 Escrow accounts; prohibits lender making mortgage loan from charging borrower separate fee, etc. dead
HB1191 Unborn child; cause of action for wrongful death thereof. dead
HB1192 Cash proffers; road improvements. approved
HB1193 Chesapeake Bay Preservation; grants impact fee authority to localities with designated areas. dead
HB1194 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; required disclosure by parties to zoning cases. dead
HB1195 Transportation Plan; inadequacy of local or regional system. dead
HB1196 Building permit; payment of impact fees prior to issuance. dead
HB1197 Residential development; impact fee assessments. dead
HB1198 Voice-over-Internet protocol service; eliminates the jurisdiction of the SCC to regulate. approved
HB1199 Oral contraceptives; requirements for prescribing for minors. continued
HB1200 Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names. continued
HB1201 Small claims court; increases ceiling of jurisdictional amount. approved
HB1202 Vehicle window tinting; certain allowed because of person's medical condition. dead
HB1203 Public defenders; allows localities to supplement compensation. dead
HB1204 DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense. continued
HB1205 Defense of police officers. dead
HB1206 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items. dead
HB1207 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for purchasing for certain persons. dead
HB1208 Alcoholic beverages; certain exemption in home of another for underage. approved
HB1209 Safety belt systems; makes violations primary offenses. dead
HB1210 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for underage purchasing or possession thereof. approved
HB1211 Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at crosswalks. dead
HB1212 Machete; illegal to brandish in threatening manner. dead
HB1213 Faith-based Community Services, Office of; created within Department of Social Services. approved
HB1214 Grass and weeds; allows City of Williamsburg to require property owners to cut if excessively high. approved
HB1215 Cigarette tax; imposition in Isle of Wight County. dead
HB1216 Driver records; limits accident data released by DMV. dead
HB1217 Recordation receipt; electronic transfer of certain transactions. approved
HB1218 Traffic misdemeanor; procedure for arrest. approved
HB1219 James B. Tabb Sr. Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 615. approved
HB1220 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; excludes municipal utilities. approved
HB1221 Death by wrongful act; beneficiaries in actions where decedent died testate. continued
HB1222 Tuition liability; person who knowingly makes a false statement concerning residency of a child. approved
HB1223 Cemeteries; access to if located on private property. dead
HB1224 Zoning ordinances; locality may provide criteria for dispersal of business establishments. dead
HB1225 Comprehensive plan; localities to incorporate specified smart growth policies. continued
HB1226 Contracts, procurement; sets minimum fees for those formed using electronic program known as eVa. continued
HB1227 Small, women- and minority-owned businesses; may participate in any program if certified. dead
HB1228 Office of Small Business Advocacy; created. dead
HB1229 Expulsion of students; amends the procedure thereof for readmission to school. continued
HB1230 Tattooing or body piercing of minors; penalty. approved
HB1231 Real estate taxes; computation of deferral. approved
HB1232 Involuntary manslaughter; unintentionally causing death of fetus punishable thereas. dead
HB1233 Manufacturing Development Commission; created, report. approved
HB1234 District courts; parties in misdemeanor prosecution shall have right to subpoena evidence. dead
HB1235 Retail sales and use tax; revenue from certain public facilities in City of Norfolk. approved
HB1236 Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of single-family house from certain section. approved
HB1237 District and circuit courts; Chief Justice to designate active or retired judge to provide assist. approved
HB1238 Supreme Court of Virginia; allowed to convene when state of emergency. approved
HB1239 State-owned buildings; agency heads to establish process of identification of individuals therein. dead
HB1240 State employees; effectiveness of alternative work schedule and telecommuting policy. continued
HB1241 Office space; Sec. of Administration determine actual utilization thereof in all state buildings. dead
HB1242 Surveys and questionnaires; certain requirements for public school students. approved
HB1243 Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program. continued
HB1244 Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program Fund; created. approved
HB1245 Telephone and telegraph line installation; restoring condition of surface of private property. continued
HB1246 Driver's licenses; first-time applicants to complete approved driver education program. continued
HB1247 Institution of Higher Education; to est. admissions policies to prohibit geographic discrimination. dead
HB1248 HOV lanes; eliminates sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates. approved
HB1249 Household goods carriers; allowed to offer binding estimates, etc. approved
HB1250 Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction. continued
HB1251 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
HB1252 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. dead
HB1253 Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information that applicant is asked to provide. dead
HB1254 Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof. continued
HB1255 Department of Corrections; privatization of food service. dead
HB1256 Storyteller Laureate; created. dead
HB1257 Transportation Investment Bond Act of 2006; created. dead
HB1258 Towing & Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation of towing storage, and recovery of vehicles. approved
HB1259 Public Procurement Act; contractors responsibility for performance and payment bonds. approved
HB1260 Sexual offenses; conviction of certain violent crimes when second or subsequent offense. dead
HB1261 Work release program; sheriff may remove person for noncompliance. approved
HB1262 Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures. dead
HB1263 Telephone or telegraph communication; unlawful to tamper with when needed for emergency. approved
HB1264 Sex offenders; certain registrants to reregister in person. dead
HB1265 Emergency services and disasters; constitutional rights. approved
HB1266 Criminal history background information; check of persons who enter homes of others. approved
HB1267 Statute of limitations; effect of written promise. approved
HB1268 Sexual offenses; using communications system to procure sexual activity involving minor. dead
HB1269 Forfeiture; consolidates provisions throughout Code making them subject to consistent procedures. dead
HB1270 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel and dependents. dead
HB1271 Adjutant General; qualifications. dead
HB1272 Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; created, report. approved
HB1273 Freedom Flag; designating as official emblem of State. dead
HB1274 Abortion; physicians to report medical treatment for complication thereof. dead
HB1275 Insurance coverage; recovery of attorney's fees in action on bond. approved
HB1276 Tobacco laws; special agents of ABC Board with Office of Attorney General authorized to enforce. approved
HB1277 Tobacco products manufacturers; requires certain sales reports to be filed directly with Atty Gen. approved
HB1278 Eminent domain; public uses shall not include taking of private property for tax revenue. dead
HB1279 Notification to school principals; required by local law enforcement when students charged. approved
HB1280 Placements of children; entire record of criminal history to be obtained when contemplating thereof. dead
HB1281 Retirement System; juvenile detention employees eligible for benefits equivalent to State Police. dead
HB1282 Industrial access roads; allocation of funds for those leading to economic development sites, etc. approved
HB1283 Taxes, local; cap on penalty for failing to pay. approved
HB1284 Decal, local; locality may eliminate display on vehicle. approved
HB1285 Asbestos or silica; persons exposed to products containing cannot bring civil action, exception. dead
HB1286 Taxicab operators; criminal history background checks for licensure. dead
HB1287 Rural Rustic Road Program; limits discretion of VDOT when such paving is requested by localities. continued
HB1288 Wine producer, small; creates new distribution license. dead
HB1289 Speed limits; prepayment of fines for violations. dead
HB1290 Machinery and tools tax; method of valuation thereof for income tax purposes. vetoed
HB1291 Landmarks, historic; term includes wide range of resources such as buildings, structures, etc. approved
HB1292 Virginia Energy Plan; created. dead
HB1293 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program; created. continued
HB1294 Income tax, state; Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit, created, report. continued
HB1295 Council on Government Accountability and Efficiency; created. continued
HB1296 Child pornography; persons under age 18 in sexually explicit visual material. dead
HB1297 Realignment Commission; created, report. dead
HB1298 Real estate reassessment; notice of change. dead
HB1299 Preneed Funeral Contract Recovery Fund; created. continued
HB1300 Funeral services licensees, funeral directors, and embalmers; continuing education requirements. continued
HB1301 Death benefits; definition excludes payments under a life insurance contract. dead
HB1302 Life insurance; payment of benefits to designee of beneficiary. continued
HB1303 Small Estate Act; modifies collection of personal property by affidavit provision. approved
HB1304 Federal Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005; technical changes. approved
HB1305 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; prohibited contracts. dead
HB1306 Public-Private Transp. Act & Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act; disclosure. dead
HB1307 Chief Workforce Development Officer; Governor to serve as or designate senior staff member. approved
HB1308 School boards; authority to block use of school facilities by certain groups. dead
HB1309 Criminal history records check; juvenile records element in determination of bail.. dead
HB1310 Child pornography; persons under age 18 in sexually explicit visual material. dead
HB1311 Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of person assisting in criminal investigation. continued
HB1312 Laser speed determination devices; law-enforcement officer not required to show motorists reading. approved
HB1313 Virginia Retirement System; certain Fairfax County employees. approved
HB1314 Public Procurement Act; prohibited contracts, required contract provisions. continued
HB1315 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
HB1316 Felony cases; revocation of suspension of sentence and probation. dead
HB1317 Foster care; requires a nationwide criminal background check before placement of child. approved
HB1318 Subdivisions; adequate water resources. dead
HB1319 Tenants by entireties; allows transfer of real and personal property into trusts. approved
HB1320 Tenants by entireties; protect. against creditors to extend to prop. conveyed to limited liab. com. dead
HB1321 Marijuana; expungement of charges. dead
HB1322 Mental illness; notice of release of acquittee. approved
HB1323 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Montgomery County to impose. approved
HB1324 Health insurance; Commissioner of Insurance develop a plan to double competition in rural areas. dead
HB1325 Juveniles; Dept.of Social Services to establish amount of support. approved
HB1326 Buildings; localities may take action to secure those that threaten public safety. approved
HB1327 Absentee voting; voter who did not receive ballot may vote provisional ballot at polling place. approved
HB1328 Real estate; assessment of property devoted to water-dependent use. continued
HB1329 Revenue Stabilization Fund; excess funds deposited in Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund. dead
HB1330 Optometrists; allowed to locate practice within commercial or mercantile establishments. dead
HB1331 Retirement System; creates new defined contribution plan for employees covered thereby. dead
HB1332 Juvenile detention facilities; placement of adults. dead
HB1333 Sex Offender Registry; modifies registration of a person convicted of murdering a child. approved
HB1334 Motor vehicles; impoundment for eluding police. dead
HB1335 Explosives; photographs thereof as evidence in criminal prosecutions. dead
HB1336 Law-enforcement officers; training related to sexual assault cases. continued
HB1337 Law-enforcement officers; those retired have civil immunity for actions taken in emergency. dead
HB1338 Sexual offenses; additions and deletions of certain terms from definition of sexual battery. approved
HB1339 Peeping or spying; conviction of third offense approved
HB1340 Home instruction; requires persons providing home instruction to hold a high school diploma. approved
HB1341 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities. dead
HB1342 College Savings Plan; deferment for military service. dead
HB1343 Driver's licenses; failure to return. dead
HB1344 Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor. dead
HB1345 Search warrants; process for issuance. approved
HB1346 Heath insurance; members of vol. fire dept. and rescue squads to enroll in state employees plan. dead
HB1347 Drugs; punishment for distributing, manufacturing, etc.. approved
HB1348 Search and Rescue Training and Response Program, and Search and Rescue Advisory Council; created. continued
HB1349 Child abuse or neglect; videotaped statements allowed as evidence for certain crimes. dead
HB1350 District court; remove case to circuit court if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional. approved
HB1351 Adult abuse; requires mandated reporters to notify law-enforcement directly in cases thereof. approved
HB1352 Physician; adds podiatry to definition thereof. approved
HB1353 Wine; ABC Board to sell those produced both in-state and out-of-state in government stores. dead
HB1354 Wireless devices; unsolicited messages and images sent thereto, penalty. dead
HB1355 Pawnbrokers; required to keep accurate record of each resale of goods, etc. at place of business. dead
HB1356 Mutual aid agreements; all sheriffs have authority to enter into. approved
HB1357 Weight limits; liquidated damages for overweight violations. dead
HB1358 Assisted living facilities; exempt from requirement to have staff member who is awake 24 hrs.a day. continued
HB1359 Sexually violent predators; electronic monitoring and supervision of those on conditional release. approved
HB1360 Driveway easements; servient estate not to participate in any activity to create unsafe conditions. dead
HB1361 Workers' compensation; primacy of coverage. dead
HB1362 Retirement Systm; employees operating E-911 system eligible for benefits equivalent to State Police. dead
HB1363 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB1364 Business, professional and occupational license (BPOL) tax; media exemption. dead
HB1365 Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; created. dead
HB1366 Jeopardized by delay; technical change to definition. approved
HB1367 Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono tax credit. dead
HB1368 Home Serenity and Tranquility Act; created. dead
HB1369 Local retirement systems; prohibits allowing any employee to earn more than 1 yr. of service credit. continued
HB1370 Retail sales and use tax; Tax Commissioner's exemption reports. approved
HB1371 Condemnation proceedings; political subdivisions. dead
HB1372 Land use; disclosure requirements in proceedings. approved
HB1373 Human rights; sexual orientation added as prohibited discrimination in certain counties. dead
HB1374 Boards of authorities; service by appointed members shall be limited to eight years. dead
HB1375 Plats; certain preliminary to be forwarded to state agency for review. approved
HB1376 Minority Business Enterprise; streamline certification program. dead
HB1377 Keep Our Promise Act of 2006; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998. dead
HB1378 Abortion; provides that informed consent shall include determination by physician. dead
HB1379 Claims; Willie Neville Davidson. approved
HB1380 Claims; Phillip Thurman. approved
HB1381 Schedule I or II drugs; penalties when causes death. dead
HB1382 Constitutional amendment; prohibits General Assembly from incorporating churches. approved
HB1383 Veterans care center; Governor to request federal funds to construct in Hampton Roads area. approved
HB1384 Telecommunications tax; permits Town of Abingdon to impose. dead
HB1385 Car tax relief. dead
HB1386 Securities Act; agent registration exemption. dead
HB1387 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. continued
HB1388 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS. continued
HB1389 Practice of naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements. continued
HB1390 Firefighters; shall not require minor who achieved certification to repeat certification. approved
HB1391 Congenital Anomalies Reporting and Education System; secure system to be provided. approved
HB1392 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of 9-1-1 communications professionals. continued
HB1393 Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program Fund; created. dead
HB1394 Medical assistance services; implementation of online electronic & encrypted system. dead
HB1395 Motorcycles; toll-free use of VDOT-controlled toll facilities. dead
HB1396 Grass; adds Hanover to counties authorized to require property owners to cut, if exceeds height. approved
HB1397 Rural Public Transportation program; provision of state matching funds. dead
HB1398 Nursing homes, etc.; authorized to hire certain persons convicted of misdemeanors. approved
HB1399 Barbers and Cosmetology, Board for; regulation of laser or light therapy technicians. continued
HB1400 Motorcycles; wearing of helmets. dead
HB1401 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. dead
HB1402 Public safety employee hardship; powers of Governor during emergency. dead
HB1403 Sale of violent or sexually explicit video games; penalty. approved
HB1404 Cable television systems; licensing and regulation thereof. approved
HB1405 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment by intensity modulated radiation therapy. dead
HB1406 Prostitution; solicitation from a minor. dead
HB1407 Fees; certain charged by Commissioner. approved
HB1408 Transportation services; provide to nonpublic school students for fee. dead
HB1409 Domestic Violence Victim Fund; changing name to Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund. approved
HB1410 License plates, special; eliminates fee for members of Dept. of VA Military Order of Purple Heart. continued
HB1411 Dog dealers; definition thereof. dead
HB1412 Marriage; minor to get consent from parent or guardian. dead
HB1413 Veterans Services, Department of and the Veterans Services Foundation; transfers oversight thereof. approved
HB1414 Ordinances; violations thereof, penalty. dead
HB1415 General registrars; shall serve on five-day per week full-time basis. dead
HB1416 Procurement Act, Public; design-build by certain local public bodies. approved
HB1417 Presentencing investigation reports; confidentiality. approved
HB1418 Line of Duty Act; payment of benefits. approved
HB1419 Housing authorities; requirements of public hearings. dead
HB1420 Compensation Board; considerations for fixing salaries and staffing levels for certain sheriffs. continued
HB1421 Real estate tax; sale of tax delinquent properties. approved
HB1422 Proffered payments; purchase of development rights by locality. dead
HB1423 Biofuels Production Fund and Incentive Grant Program; created. dead
HB1424 Service of process; failure to serve defendant. approved
HB1425 Treasurers, local; collection of unpaid fines and costs. approved
HB1426 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995 (PPTA); provides for granting of concessions and taxation. dead
HB1427 No Child Left Behind; Bd. of Education to develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby. approved
HB1428 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education encouraged to request waivers and exemptions. approved
HB1429 Credit life insurance; interest on proceeds. approved
HB1430 Tractor-semitrailer combinations; exemption for certain from length limit. approved
HB1431 Special conservator of peace; authority to arrest. approved
HB1432 Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars. continued
HB1433 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance. dead
HB1434 Child abuse and neglect; reporting requirements by ministers of religion, civil penalty. dead
HB1435 Farm wineries; local regulation thereof, report. approved
HB1436 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain recordation tax revenue. dead
HB1437 Small employer associations; group health insurance coverage. dead
HB1438 Zoning ordinances; provisions on occupancy of residential dwelling unit, penalty. continued
HB1439 Charter; City of Norfolk. approved
HB1440 Sesquicentennial American Civil War Commission and Fund; created, report. approved
HB1441 Law-enforcement officer; definition thereof. dead
HB1442 Standard diploma; requirements to include one concentration in career and technical education. continued
HB1443 Emergency response plans; operators shall develop plan for underground coal mines. approved
HB1444 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and disabled in City of Norfolk. dead
HB1445 Parent; amends incest statute to include step-parents, etc. dead
HB1446 Income tax, state; deduction for licensed medical caregivers. dead
HB1447 Dealers in firearms; expands definition of firearms show. dead
HB1448 Alcoholic beverages; wine and beer licenses and certain restaurant licenses. approved
HB1449 Income tax, state; in-home health care tax credit. dead
HB1450 Recess, daily; local school boards to prohibit denial thereof to student for disciplinary reasons. dead
HB1451 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, penalty. continued
HB1452 Corrections, Board of; membership and powers, report. dead
HB1453 Safety belts; exempts certain law-enforcement officers, etc. from wearing thereof. dead
HB1454 Wetlands and stream restoration; companies to file erosion & sediment control specifications. approved
HB1455 Medical assistant; administration of drugs or devices. dead
HB1456 Display of license plates; removes requirement thereof on front of motor vehicle. dead
HB1457 Impaired waters; Water Control Board to evaluate attainability of meeting water quality standards. approved
HB1458 FOIA; record exemption for Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission. approved
HB1459 Higher educational institutions; tuition lock certificate program. dead
HB1460 Street gangs; verification of immigration status upon conviction of crime. continued
HB1461 Jurors; those not qualified to serve in criminal case. dead
HB1462 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for certain telecommunications and telephone companies. continued
HB1463 Contested election; surety bond to be posted with Clerk of House of Delegates or Senate. approved
HB1464 Prescription drugs; increased penalty for counterfeiting. dead
HB1465 Southwest Va. Veterans Cemetery; Dept. of Veterans Services authorized to accept donated property. approved
HB1466 Bus rapid transit operators; use of HOT lanes in Washington-Fredericksburg Corridor. dead
HB1467 Freedom of Information Act; open meeting exemption, information gathered by or for Port Authority. approved
HB1468 Judges, substitute and retired; increases per diem. dead
HB1469 Defendant; availability of certificate of analysis when entered into evidence. approved
HB1470 Income tax, state; tax credit for waste motor oil/fluids reclamation systems. dead
HB1471 Mercury emission controls; prohibits Air Pollution Control Board from imposing. dead
HB1472 Medical assistance services; provision for family planning services. dead
HB1473 Executive budget; submission to General Assembly. dead
HB1474 Viral hepatitis; certain awareness program required. dead
HB1475 Commonwealth Transportation Board; bonds for Route 58 Corridor. dead
HB1476 State mandates; funding to localities. dead
HB1477 Revenue bills; consideration by House or Senate Finance Committees. dead
HB1478 Textbook sales at public institutions of higher education. approved
HB1479 Electronic toll payment; discount for those using Smart Tag and EZ Pass. dead
HB1480 Income tax, state; career and technical education equipment tax credit. dead
HB1481 Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County. continued
HB1482 Missing children; school board to receive report from local law-enforcement. approved
HB1483 Home instruction; requirements. approved
HB1484 Retail Sales and Use Tax; payments by certain vendors. dead
HB1485 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for nonprofit schools. continued
HB1486 Administrative Process Act; summary case decisions. approved
HB1487 Healing arts, practitioners of; Board of Medicine authority to issue restricted volunteer licenses. approved
HB1488 Disposition of surplus materials; adds online public auction as means for State to dispose thereby. approved
HB1489 Income tax, state; deduction for organ donation medical expenses. continued
HB1490 Secured or unsecured bonds; time within which default is recorded. approved
HB1491 Absentee voting & ballots; procedures for returning to electoral board. approved
HB1492 Driving while intoxicated; penalty for driving commercial motor vehicle. dead
HB1493 Address Confidentiality Program; established to protect victims of domestic violence. dead
HB1494 Driver's licenses, provisional; restriction on using cellular phones and wireless devices. dead
HB1495 Firearms; possession thereof at school board meeting held at location other than on school property. dead
HB1496 Nontidal wetlands permits; eliminates requirement to obtain permits from state & federal government. continued
HB1497 City of Martinsville; city reversion. continued
HB1498 Mold inspectors and remediators; licensure. dead
HB1499 Economic Crisis Strike Force; created, report. approved
HB1500 Telephone records; fraudulent procurement, penalty. dead
HB1501 Health regulatory board; investigations of licensees, certificate holders or registrants thereby. approved
HB1502 Higher educational institutions; management agreements, report. approved
HB1503 Special conservators of the peace; authorized to use flashing blue lights in their vehicles. dead
HB1504 Medical care facility; exempts from definition certain specialized centers for provision of MRI. continued
HB1505 Coal and gas road improvement funds, local; to include improvement of water & sewer systems. approved
HB1506 Proffered cash payments; locality may accept conditions if has had population growth of 5% or more. approved
HB1507 Charitable Gaming, Department of; renewal of permits. approved
HB1508 Credit reports; security breaches. continued
HB1509 Identity theft; reporting to law-enforcement agencies. approved
HB1510 Personal Information Privacy Act; restricted use of social security numbers. continued
HB1511 Credit report security freeze; protection for credit header information. dead
HB1512 Disabled veteran; definition thereof. continued
HB1513 Transportation planning; coordination of state and local. approved
HB1514 Motor Vehicle Equity Loans Act; created. continued
HB1515 Rural Addition Program; funds allocated to certain counties. dead
HB1516 Possession of certain weapons; expulsion for possession thereof on school property. approved
HB1517 Gang and Terrorism Law-enforcement Assistance Unit; created within Office of Attorney General. dead
HB1518 Telephone records; fraudulent procurement, penalty. approved
HB1519 Perennial streams; certain localities to use U.S. Geological Survey's maps designating water bodies. dead
HB1520 Proffered cash payments; locality may accept conditions if has had population growth of 5% or more. dead
HB1521 Comprehensive plans; road improvements. approved
HB1522 Subdivision ordinances; payment of pro rata share. dead
HB1523 Property conveyance. dead
HB1524 Jurisdiction of lands acquired by U. S.; conveyance of certain lands by Governor. dead
HB1525 Vacant buildings; registration thereof in Town of Pulaski. approved
HB1526 Probation; placement of certain offenders within community-based agency. approved
HB1527 Jurors; those not qualified to serve in criminal case. dead
HB1528 Capital improvement programs; includes estimates of cost of road transportation improvement. approved
HB1529 Comprehensive plans and official maps; road improvements. dead
HB1530 Discharge of prisoner; records required upon release. dead
HB1531 Healing arts; unprofessional conduct in practice thereof. dead
HB1532 Companion animals; abandonment, disposal, etc. thereof considered misdemeanor. dead
HB1533 Elizabeth River; Governor to sell and convey subaqueous lands in City of Norfolk. approved
HB1534 Adoption; one convicted of felony drug possession may adopt/foster provided 10 years have elapsed. approved
HB1535 Income tax, state; subtraction for certain death benefit payments. approved
HB1536 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; property of deceased tenants. approved
HB1537 Condemnation; allowing owners to relocate sport shooting ranges. approved
HB1538 Child day care facilities; exemptions from licensure. continued
HB1539 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for gas and oil, extends sunset provision. approved
HB1540 Destructive substances; attempting to poison a person considered a crime. approved
HB1541 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; net energy metering. approved
HB1542 Development rights; localities to provide for transfer thereof from one parcel to another. dead
HB1543 Rural Addition Program; funds allocated to any county. approved
HB1544 Houdon's statue; places molds of Washington under care of State Librarian. continued
HB1545 Tobacco Settlement Foundation; appointment of director. vetoed
HB1546 Reckless driving; change definition thereof. approved
HB1547 Alma C. White Memorial Bridge; designating at Route 631 bridge at Little Creek Dam Road. approved
HB1548 Suspended operator's license; impoundment of motor vehicle for driving with thereof. dead
HB1549 Personal property tax relief; reimbursement payments to localities. continued
HB1550 Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate. dead
HB1551 Assault and battery; when committed against family or household member in presence of child. dead
HB1552 Fair Housing Law; includes sexual orientation as an unlawful discriminatory housing practice. dead
HB1553 Individual income tax; senior citizen tax relief. dead
HB1554 Residential Property Disclosure Act; seller of historic property to provide notice to purchaser. approved
HB1555 Transportation; provides for new funding in Northern Virginia. dead
HB1556 Retirement System; creditable service. dead
HB1557 Sex offenders; prohibits certain employment or volunteer activity, penalty. continued
HB1558 Subrogation rights; waiver. dead
HB1559 Witnesses; civil immunity for those in criminal case. continued
HB1560 Criminal prosecution; limitation of action. dead
HB1561 International adoptions; fee for testimonials. dead
HB1562 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of previous mining and presence of abandoned mines. approved
HB1563 Animal control officers; educational instruction. dead
HB1564 Support orders; eliminates ability of court to set up income withholdings without notice. dead
HB1565 Child support; court give notice to incarcerated person for obligation adjustment thereof. dead
HB1566 Child support guidelines; net income as basis for calculating obligation. dead
HB1567 Conservators of peace, special; jurisdiction. continued
HB1568 Income tax, state; rent reductions tax credit. continued
HB1569 Foreign employment services; prohibits companies from certain contracts. continued
HB1570 Business entities; certification of legal status, penalty. continued
HB1571 Referendum elections; provide for preparation and printing of explanation for each question thereof. approved
HB1572 Concealed handgun permits; board of visitors establish university rules and regulations thereof. dead
HB1573 Sale of pseudoephedrine by store owner; limits on purchase thereof, penalty. dead
HB1574 Integrated Directional Sign Program; allows localities to opt out of Program administered by VDOT. continued
HB1575 Utility easements; considered to touch and concern servient estate. approved
HB1576 National Rural Transit Assistance Program; buses to be equipped with warning lights when stopped. dead
HB1577 Concealed handgun permits; renewal thereof. approved
HB1578 Concealed weapon permits; adds definition of personal knowledge. dead
HB1579 Volunteer Firefighters' and Rescue Squad Workers' Service Award Fund Board; membership changes. approved
HB1580 Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted. dead
HB1581 Interstate Route 81 Corridor; diversion of truck traffic. approved
HB1582 Local government & school divisions; cooperative transportation agreements between. approved
HB1583 Identity theft; protection of incapacitated people thereof. approved
HB1584 Manufactured Housing Lot Rental Act; owners to charge residents for actual utility costs & services. approved
HB1585 Workers' compensation; coverage for first responders during state of emergency. dead
HB1586 Certificate for Driving; persons unable to establish legal presence to use for driving purposes. continued
HB1587 Criminal history record information check; required for those providing care to children, etc. continued
HB1588 Declaration of policy; requirement for home instruction of children. approved
HB1589 Family day homes; unlawful to operate family day home if any employee is convicted sex offender. approved
HB1590 Teachers; salary should equal or surpass national average for those in public schools. dead
HB1591 Office of Small Business Advocacy; created. dead
HB1592 Farm produce; allows farmers to sell if they meet certain conditions, penalty. dead
HB1593 Childhood obesity; prevention and reduction in public schools. continued
HB1594 Local government; equalizes municipal and county taxing authority. dead
HB1595 License taxes; repeals those that are local. continued
HB1596 Higher Educational Institutions; admission of in-state students. dead
HB1597 Blue Star Memorial Highway. approved
HB1598 Elections; adds one hour that polls are open for voting. dead
HB1599 Cigarette tax; localities evidence of payment. continued
HB1600 Income tax, corporate; business facility job tax credit. dead
HB1601 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB1602 Early Childhood & Day-care Providers & Prof'ls Day; changes from Oct. 22 to Fri. before Mothers Day. approved
HB1603 Multiline telephone systems; owner or operator thereof ability to identify location from 9-1-1 call. continued
HB1604 Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars. continued
HB1605 Rental Location Agents etc.; limitations upon recovery from fund. continued
HB1606 Subdivision ordinances; payment of pro rata share includes roads. dead
HB1607 Phenylketonuria; special foods for management thereof. continued
HB1608 Comprehensive plan; recreational & sports opportunities to be considered as factors by localities. dead
HB1609 Traffic impact analysis; localities to prepare and consider prior to approving zoning ordinances. dead
HB1610 Zoning ordinances; locality may deny or modify request if inadequate road capacity. dead
HB1611 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; increases tax. dead
HB1612 DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers, use of fees collected. dead
HB1613 Motor vehicle insurance license tax; revenue dedicated to mass transit. dead
HB1614 Vehicle registration fees; additional fee for transportation purposes. dead
HB5001 Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium. dead
HB5002 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2006-2008 biennium. approved
HB5003 Budget Bill. dead
HB5004 Budget Bill. dead
HB5005 Transportation Trust Fund; funding in connection with rezoning application. dead
HB5006 Route 58 Corridor; authorizing Transportation Board to issue bonds therefor. dead
HB5007 Zoning ordinance; locality may deny or modify if inadequate road capacity for proposed development. dead
HB5008 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase of tax in certain localities. dead
HB5009 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase to be dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB5010 Toll facilities; prohibits conveyance thereof within Planning District 8 without GA approval. dead
HB5011 Budget Bill; continuation for twelve months. dead
HB5012 Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium. approved
HB5013 Wetland delineator certification, professional; extends waiver of requirement for reference. dead
HB5014 Transportation funding for N. Va.; imposition of taxes and fees by localities for transportation. dead
HB5015 Overweight permits; issuance for underground pipe cleaning, hydroexcavating equipment, etc.. dead
HB5016 Toll facilities; localities may have agreements for construction and operation thereof. dead
HB5017 Appropriation act, general; Governor's spending authority in absence thereof. dead
HB5018 Payment; prohibition thereof out of treasury of Commonwealth. dead
HB5019 Estate tax, and land preservation tax credit; changes in provisions therefor, report. approved
HB5020 Impact fees; collection thereof by localities. dead
HB5021 Reversion of federal lands; State to take title of those containing environmental contamination. dead
HB5022 V. Earl Dickinson Tuition Grant Act; renames Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG) Act thereof. dead
HB5023 Highway impact fees; local governing body to impose & collect for funding of hwy. maintenance. dead
HB5024 License plates, special; issuance of those promoting brain tumor awareness. dead
HB5025 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales & use tax revenue dedicated thereto. dead
HB5026 Virginia Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Fund and Program; established. dead
HB5027 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain recordation tax revenue. dead
HB5028 Highway construction funds, primary & secondary; revises formulas as to how funds are allocated. dead
HB5029 Christopher Newport University; facilitates ability to begin construction as result of fire damage. dead
HB5030 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue from certain localities be dedicated to WMATA. dead
HB5031 Real property taxation; establishes as separate classes thereof. dead
HB5032 Budget Bill; additional appropriations for 2007-2008 biennium. approved
HB5033 Highways; use of left-most lane on Interstate Highway System components for anything but passing. dead
HB5034 DMV; additional fees on certain drivers, use of fees collected. dead
HB5035 Recordation tax; dedicated for transportation and creates transportation district programs. dead
HB5036 Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs. dead
HB5037 Insurance license tax revenue; dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs. dead
HB5038 Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs. dead
HB5039 Retail Sales and Use Tax; dedicate portion of state's general fund share to WMATA. dead
HB5040 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; reduces the sale price for determining the rate thereof. dead
HB5041 Zoning ordinance; locality may deny/modify rezoning if inadequate road capacity for prop. developmt. dead
HB5042 Zoning ordinance; locality may deny/modify rezoning if inadequate road capacity for prop. developmt. dead
HB5043 Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County. dead
HB5044 Driver improvement clinic; fees exempt for Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads. dead
HB5045 Horse racing, pre-recorded simulcast; allocations to Commonwealth Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB5046 Reckless driving; fee. dead
HB5047 State highway systems; VDOT to reconsider and reassign components thereof. dead
HB5048 Highway Bridge Fund; created. dead
HB5049 Highway construction funds; Transp. Brd. to allocate certain projects be maintained by municipality. dead
HB5050 Highway funding; amends law governing revenue-sharing funds. dead
HB5051 Income tax, state; provides a tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments. dead
HB5052 Highways; VDOT prohibited from closing or impeding access to certain roads in Loudoun County. dead
HB5053 Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; created, use of certain revenues, report. dead
HB5054 Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; created. dead
HB5055 Highway Maintenance & Operating Fund; dedicates new fees on certain drivers & tax revenues thereto. dead
HB5056 Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia;created, use of certain revenues, report. dead
HB5057 Transportation Bond Act of 2007; created. dead
HB5058 Revenue-sharing funds; modifies program of state matching funds in certain localities. dead
HB5059 Transportation; additional statewide funding dedicated thereto. dead
HB5060 Cash proffers; purchase of development rights programs. dead
HB5061 Height of vehicles; increases penalty. approved
HB5062 Transportation Plan, statewide; must include achievable goals relating to congestion reduction. dead
HB5063 VDOT; Commissioner to annually report on actions and initiatives that involve outsourcing, etc. approved
HB5064 Transportation Board; responsible for promoting private investment in transportation infrastructure. approved
HB5065 Transportation Board and Commissioner; election and duties thereof. dead
HB5066 Environmental impact report; state agencies to submit to Sec. of Transportation & Natural Resources. dead
HB5067 Toll facilities; requires those controlled by VDOT to be fully automated electronically, report. dead
HB5068 Toll facilities; prohibits conveyance of any agreement or contract without authorization of G.A. dead
HB5069 VDOT; Transportation Commissioner to ensure they competitively bid any and all of its functions. dead
HB5070 Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; created. dead
HB5071 Maintenance and asset management; clarifies definition thereof. approved
HB5072 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; created, report. dead
HB5073 Interstate Route 81; VDOT to halt all negotiation w/STAR Solutions for construction of improvements. dead
HB5074 State police officers; hiring of additional persons. dead
HB5075 Income tax, state; railroad company tax credit for those lines located in western Virginia. dead
HB5076 Route 99; allocated funds to be used to expand highway within boundaries of Town of Pulaski. dead
HB5077 Bridges in Pulaski County, certain; Transportation Board to allocate certain funds to repair, etc. dead
HB5078 Transportation Board; addition to powers and duties. dead
HB5079 Highway funding; amends law governing revenue-sharing funds. dead
HB5080 Maintenance; definition thereof within Title 33.1. dead
HB5081 Height of vehicles; increases penalty. dead
HB5082 Transportation; dedication of certain state recordation tax revenue to localities. dead
HB5083 Commercial motor vehicles; fee on trucks hauling solid waste. dead
HB5084 Motor fuels tax; changes rates of taxation. dead
HB5085 Fuels taxes; refund to retailers of fuels for sales made in highway construction districts. dead
HB5086 Toll collection; Transportation Board to impose for use of Route 17 in City of Chesapeake. dead
HB5087 Federal highway congestion pricing demonstration project; advisory referendum required. dead
HB5088 Revenue-sharing funds; funding for localities. dead
HB5089 High-occupancy toll lanes; Transportation Bd. to designate all within NOVA Transportation District. dead
HB5090 Surplus funds; allocation for transportation purposes in various localities. dead
HB5091 Hampton Roads Bridge and Tunnel Authority; created. dead
HB5092 Transportation projects, specific; allocating funds therefor. dead
HB5093 Urban transportation service districts; creation thereof. dead
HB5094 Urban development; every county to amend its comprehensive plan to incorporate proposed areas. dead
HB5095 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority(WMATA); dedication of state matching funds thereto. dead
HB5096 Secondary system highways; prohibits taking additional streets into area unless subject to control. dead
HB5097 General fund; use of year-end balance to be designated by Comptroller. dead
HB5098 Insurance license tax revenue; dedicated for transportation purposes. dead
HB5099 Budget bill; additional appropriations for 2007-2008 biennium. dead
HB5100 Primary/secondary highway improvement projects; eliminates requirement by county for VDOT approval. dead
HJ1 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). continued
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redestricting Commission (first reference). continued
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund. continued
HJ4 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly members' & Governor's terms of office (first reference). continued
HJ5 Celebrating the life of Jeffrey Leroy Owens. passed
HJ6 Commending Roanoke County Public Schools. passed
HJ7 Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc.; designating as Official Transit Museum. passed
HJ8 Celebrating the life of E. Montgomery Tucker. passed
HJ9 Commending Eugene M. Elliott. passed
HJ10 Commending George Carpenter Snead. passed
HJ11 Celebrating the life of Paul B. Merritt. passed
HJ12 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Tromaine K. Toy, Sr. passed
HJ13 Designating November as 'Lung Cancer Awareness Month' in Virginia. passed
HJ14 Celebrating the life of Shirly Brandt Kiger. passed
HJ15 Commending Joseph Byron Yount III. passed
HJ16 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team. passed
HJ17 Commending the Virginia School Boards Association on the occasion of its 100th birthday. passed
HJ18 Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund. continued
HJ19 On the death of Frank Waters Rogers, Jr. passed
HJ20 Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). continued
HJ21 Celebrating the life of Julia E. Major. passed
HJ22 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office, & appointment of members of Board of Education. continued
HJ23 Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman. dead
HJ24 Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.). continued
HJ25 Science, math, and technology education; joint subcommittee to study. passed
HJ26 Commending James Hayden Laster. passed
HJ27 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). continued
HJ28 Circuit and district court judges, federal; urging Congress to set terms of service. dead
HJ29 Constitutional amendment ; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). continued
HJ30 Voting Rights Act; urging Congress to reauthorize Section 5 and other special provisions. dead
HJ31 Southeastern Va. Training Center; study relocation thereof to benefit State & City of Chesapeake. dead
HJ32 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; Board of Elections to continue its review thereof. passed
HJ33 Route 460 Communications Committee; cont. until commencement of construction of 460 project, report. dead
HJ34 Constitutional amendment; excludes privately owned motor vehicles from property taxation (1st ref). continued
HJ35 Driving under influence of alcohol or drugs; Crime Comm. to study existing punishments therefor. passed
HJ36 Angelman Syndrome Awareness Week. passed
HJ37 Uninsured population; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ38 Commending Al-Anon on the occasion of its 55th anniversary. passed
HJ39 General Assembly; appointment of Inaugural committee. passed
HJ40 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Yewell Stiles. passed
HJ41 Constitutional amendment (second resolution); marriage. approved
HJ42 Foreign language interpreters; Joint Comm. on Health Care to study use thereof in medical settings. dead
HJ43 Celebrating the life of Dr. Hill Carter, Sr. passed
HJ44 Celebrating the life of Sarah Lowry. passed
HJ45 Commending Pastor Wesley M. Taylor. passed
HJ46 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property (first reference). continued
HJ47 Law-enforcement officers; Dept. of Human Resource Mgmt. to study retainment & recruitment thereof. dead
HJ48 Stem Cell Research; Joint Subcommittee studying medical, ethical, etc. relating thereto continued. passed
HJ49 Commending the Giles High School football team. passed
HJ50 Multi-jurisdictional pilot health court; JLARC to study feasibility of establishing within State. dead
HJ51 New Bohemia; recognizing as Czech Capital of Virginia in Prince George County. dead
HJ52 State agencies; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of consolidating or outsourcing. continued
HJ53 Income tax; joint subcom. to study imposition of local tax instead of current tax source. dead
HJ54 Commending the Quartermaster Center and School. passed
HJ55 Commending Rob R. Gordon, Jr. passed
HJ56 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). continued
HJ57 Constitutional amendment; exemption from real & personal property taxes for disabled vets (1st ref) continued
HJ58 Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund. continued
HJ59 Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference). continued
HJ60 Comprehensive Services Act; JLARC to evaluate adminstration thereof. passed
HJ61 Constitutional amendment; redistricting process for congressional & G.A. district bound. (1st ref). continued
HJ62 Constitutional amendment; exercise of eminent domain powers (first reference). continued
HJ63 Immigration issues; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ64 Commemorating the 220th Anniversary of the passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. passed
HJ65 Correctional facilities; Secretary of Public Safety to study use of faith-based volunteers therein. dead
HJ66 Redistricting process; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ67 Sleep Awareness Week; designating the first Sunday in April 2006 and each succeeding year. passed
HJ68 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). continued
HJ69 Celebrating the life of John William Elfers. passed
HJ70 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2007 Regular Session. passed
HJ71 Health regulatory boards; Department of Health Professions, et al to study hearing process. continued
HJ72 Innocents Day; designating as December 28, 2006, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ73 Constitution Day; designating as September 17, 2006, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ74 Commissioners of revenue, treasurers, and directors of finance; JLARC to study functions thereof. dead
HJ75 U.S. Route 460 Communications Committee; report. passed
HJ76 Fire department & rescue squad volunteers; joint subcommittee to study income tax incentives. dead
HJ77 LEED; study of feasibility of providing tax incentives to encourage construction of efficient bldgs dead
HJ78 Domestic violence; Crime Commission to study. dead
HJ79 Highways; joint sub. to study replacing admin. classification thereof w/ functional classification. dead
HJ80 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). continued
HJ81 Celebrating the life of Bonnie Neff Hoover. passed
HJ82 Celebrating the life of Giles Henry Miller, Jr. passed
HJ83 Celebrating the life of Judge James Harry Michael, Jr. passed
HJ84 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Bradley J. Harper. passed
HJ85 Commending Charles Breckenridge Arrington, Jr. passed
HJ86 Commending Angie Wilkerson. passed
HJ87 Commending Bradley E. Grose. passed
HJ88 Commending Emerson H. Gilmer. passed
HJ89 Commending the Reverend David Walton. passed
HJ90 Commending Dr. M. Rupert Cutler. passed
HJ91 Commending the 2005 Bethlehem 8-U All-star girls' softball team. passed
HJ92 Commending Larry LeGrand. passed
HJ93 Commending the Deep Creek High School boys' track team. passed
HJ94 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed
HJ95 Alcoholic beverages; joint sub. to study definition of & qualificaitons relating to licensed retail. continued
HJ96 Autism spectrum disorders; Board of Education, et al. to study education and treatment thereof. passed
HJ97 Medicaid; JLARC to study asset transfers being used to shelter assests to qualify for services. passed
HJ98 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); transportation funding. dead
HJ99 Voters; joint subcommittee to study methods of increasing turnout. dead
HJ100 Underground transmission lines; JLARC to study criteria, etc. used by SCC in evaluating feasibility. passed
HJ101 Biosolids; Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, et al to study impact thereof on water quality. dead
HJ102 Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel; joint subcommittee to study selling or leasing to private operator. continued
HJ103 Colleges and universities; joint subcommittee to study research potential. dead
HJ104 Medicaid; Joint Commission on Health Care to form subcommittee to study reform thereof. dead
HJ105 Pocahontas Day. dead
HJ106 American Revolutionary War flags; encouraging return thereof to State and Connecticut. dead
HJ107 Urban Best Management Practices Cost-Share & Tax Credit Program; DOC to study, report. dead
HJ108 Celebrating the life of John Edward Baker. passed
HJ109 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Darel Dean Leetun. passed
HJ110 Commending John A. Crotts. passed
HJ111 Commending Elizabeth Breeden Kelley. passed
HJ112 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation for its service to the Commonwealth. passed
HJ113 General Assembly; schedule for conduct of business for 2006 Regular Session. passed
HJ114 Law-enforcement officers; study establishment of protocols for those killed in the line of duty. dead
HJ115 Sex offenders; Crime Commission to study need for additional institutional programming. passed
HJ116 Animal control officers; Crime Commission to study need for regulation, training, etc. thereof. passed
HJ117 Alternative fuels; Coal and Energy Commission to study ways to promote use thereof. dead
HJ118 Community College System; joint subcommittee to study financing long-term facility needs. dead
HJ119 Gateway to Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park; designating as Town of Middletown. passed
HJ120 Workers' Compensation Commission; JLARC to study procedure by which deputy commissioners are appt. continued
HJ121 Constitution of United States; urging Congress to call constitutional convention to amend. dead
HJ122 Public rest areas; VDOT to collect data on their proximity to 24-hour facilities. dead
HJ123 Religious freedom; SCHEV to establish guidelines for religious activity at educational institutions. dead
HJ124 Animal ordinance, public nuisance; Association of Counties, et al to advise members to adopt. passed
HJ125 Homestead exemptions; joint subcommittee to study for real property tax relief. dead
HJ126 Constitutional amendment; exercise of eminent domain powers (first reference). continued
HJ127 Mass transit; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ128 LEED; study of feasibility of providing tax incentives to encourage construction of efficient bldgs dead
HJ129 Emergency preparedness plans; adequacy thereof for residents of special needs facilities. continued
HJ130 High schools; Dept. of Education to collect data and info. on drop out and graduation rates, report. passed
HJ131 Immunizations; Joint Commission on Health Care to study continued use of mercury in vaccines. dead
HJ132 Food insecure households; joint subcommittee to study feasible & appropriate alternatives to reduce. dead
HJ133 Development rights; joint subcom. to study funding sources for purchase thereof to preserve land. passed
HJ134 Perennial flow determination; Dept of Conservation & Recreation to study development, etc. thereof. dead
HJ135 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of prop. (1st ref). continued
HJ136 Juvenile justice system; Crime Commission to study. passed
HJ137 Notary statutes; Secretary of Commonwealth to study notarization of electronic documents. dead
HJ138 Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.). continued
HJ139 Redistricting Commission; joint subcommittee to study desirability of creating. dead
HJ140 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). continued
HJ141 Notary statutes; Secretary of Commonwealth to study notarization of electronic documents. dead
HJ142 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). continued
HJ143 Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted. dead
HJ144 State employees; joint subcommittee to study ways to enhance telework opportunities therefor. passed
HJ145 Constitutional Amendment; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference). continued
HJ146 Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.). continued
HJ147 General Assembly; joint committee established to oversee provision of revenue estimates therefor. continued
HJ148 Biodiesel fuels; state agencies to implement use thereof in fleet vehicles owned/operated thereby. passed
HJ149 Celebrating the life of James Barrett Walthall. passed
HJ150 Celebrating the life of Sondra Erlach Weinberg. passed
HJ151 On the death of John A. Banks, Jr. passed
HJ152 Celebrating the life of Jacquelin Ldevia Beadles Ukrop. passed
HJ153 Commending Lynne B. Hughes. passed
HJ154 Commending Betty Baugh Harrison. passed
HJ155 Commending The Council of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ156 Commending the Oakton High School football team. passed
HJ157 Commending Gary A. Reese. passed
HJ158 Health care coverage; JLARC to study extension thereof to those currently uninsured. passed
HJ159 Constitutional amendment; prohibits General Assembly from incorporating churches. approved
HJ160 ZIP codes; urging Postmaster Gen. to designate certain addresses in Henrico Cty as Henrico, VA. dead
HJ161 Higher educational institutions; SCHEV to study competitiveness in attracting & retaining faculty. dead
HJ162 On the death of Carlson M. LeGrand. passed
HJ163 Commending the Virginia Living Museum. passed
HJ164 Commending Richard S. Sanborn. passed
HJ165 Commending the Montclair Lions Club. passed
HJ166 Higher education; joint subcommittee to study capital and infrastructure needs at institutions. dead
HJ167 Social services system; joint subcommittee to study within State. dead
HJ168 Celebrating the life of Officer Michael K. Saffran. passed
HJ169 Memorial resolution; Celebrating the life of Geri Hogwood Barefoot. passed
HJ170 Celebrating the life of Walter Edward Barbee. passed
HJ171 Commending Virginia and national support agencies that assist Virginias National Guard and Reserves passed
HJ172 Commending Samuel B. Witt III. passed
HJ173 Commending radio station WMAL of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. passed
HJ174 Commending Brigadier General Raymond Wesley Edwards. passed
HJ175 Commending Sharon I. Byrdsong. passed
HJ176 Commending the Norfolk Public Schools. passed
HJ177 Celebrating the life of De'vounce White. passed
HJ178 Commending Judy Ritchie. passed
HJ179 Commending Charles Emmett Olive. passed
HJ180 Commending Percy Harvin. passed
HJ181 Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division. passed
HJ182 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Trust Fund. continued
HJ183 Physicians and Hospitals, Joint Subcommittee Studying Risk Management Plans for; continued. passed
HJ184 Cold War Victory Day. passed
HJ185 Celebrating the life of Ernest Woodrow Morris. passed
HJ186 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb. passed
HJ187 Celebrating the life of John Samuel Michael Dismuke. passed
HJ188 Commending the Elkton-Grottoes Community Junior League girls' All-star softball team. passed
HJ189 Commending the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra. passed
HJ190 Commending the Reverend Gary G. Pinder. passed
HJ191 Celebrating the life of Barry Daniel Murphy. passed
HJ192 Celebrating the life of Dr. John A. Rawls. passed
HJ193 Celebrating the life of John Ellsworth Gordon, Sr. passed
HJ194 Commending the Turner Ashby High School football team. passed
HJ195 Commending Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
HJ196 Commending Thomas C. Scott. passed
HJ197 Commending the Newport News School Board. passed
HJ198 Commending the Virginia Department of State Police for its support of Hurricane Katrina relief. passed
HJ199 Study; Wythe County and I-77/I-81; report. dead
HJ200 Study; highway connections between Progress Park and I-77/81; report. dead
HJ201 Honoring Pocahontas for her vital contributions to the settlement at Jamestown. dead
HJ202 Commending Vinton G. Cerf. passed
HJ203 Commending the McLean Little League all-star softball team. passed
HJ204 Commending the students and faculty of Expedition Chesapeake from Turner Ashby High School. passed
HJ205 Commending the Virginia Student Councils Association on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ206 Commending the Virginia Coalition for Open Government on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed
HJ207 Commending the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals on the 100th anniversary. passed
HJ208 Vehicle emissions; on-road remote sensing devices in Northern Virginia, report. passed
HJ209 Humane treatment of animals; report. dead
HJ210 Speaker of House of Delegates and Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments. passed
HJ211 Disasters; Office of Commonwealth Preparedness, et al. to further educate citizens on preparedness. dead
HJ212 Joint Rules Committee; development of plans for 2007 Session in Jamestown. passed
HJ213 On the death of Harry Watkey Easterly, Jr. passed
HJ214 Celebrating the life of Nathaniel Krumbein. passed
HJ215 Celebrating the life of the Very Reverend Father Charles Goumenis. passed
HJ216 Celebrating the life of George J. Georges. passed
HJ217 Celebrating the life of Brigadier General Richard D. Hansen. passed
HJ218 Celebrating the life of Colonel Robert L. Clifford. passed
HJ219 Commending Floyd County on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed
HJ220 Commending Daniella Jones. passed
HJ221 Commending Gus John James II. dead
HJ222 Commending the Retail Merchants Association of Greater Richmond, Inc. passed
HJ223 Commending Yorktown Day on the occasion of the 225th anniversary of the Victory at Yorktown. passed
HJ224 Commending Alice Coles. passed
HJ225 Celebrating the life of Dr. Howard D. Kahn. passed
HJ226 Commending J. Peter Holland III. passed
HJ227 Election of judges, a member of State Corporation Commission & Workers' Compensation Commission. passed
HJ228 Virginia Historic Preservation Day. dead
HJ229 Mentoring Month and Thank Your Mentor Day in Virginia. passed
HJ230 Commending the Virginia Association of Professional Lobbyists. passed
HJ231 Commending Virginia's efforts to develop components of the Captain John Smith Land and Water Trail. passed
HJ232 Commending the Surry County High School boys' basketball team. passed
HJ233 Commending Epiphany Preschool on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ234 Commending the Kempsville High School softball team. passed
HJ235 Celebrating the life of Constantia Hommann Johnson. passed
HJ236 Commending Judge Jane Pritchard Becker Delbridge passed
HJ237 Commending Dewberry on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ238 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). continued
HJ239 Celebrating the life of Major William F. Hecker III. passed
HJ240 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Ayman A. Taha. passed
HJ241 Celebrating the life of Captain Christopher Petty. passed
HJ242 Commending Planters on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ243 Commending Shelby McIntosh. passed
HJ244 Commending Barney Annas. passed
HJ245 Commending Judge Isaac Clinton Miller. passed
HJ246 Commending the Deep Run High School golf team. passed
HJ247 Celebrating the life of Harold John Hunt, Jr. passed
HJ248 Celebrating the life of Norman Kiser. passed
HJ249 Commending Landon Hatfield. passed
HJ250 Commemorating 400 years of the right to trial by jury in Virginia and the New World. passed
HJ251 Commending Deborah S. Goforth. passed
HJ252 Commending Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church on the occasion of its 140th anniversary. passed
HJ253 Celebrating the life of Joseph William Kaestner. passed
HJ254 Celebrating the life of Specialist Fourth Class Jared William Kubasak. passed
HJ255 Celebrating the life of Carl Skeens, Sr. passed
HJ256 Celebrating the life of Joseph A. Ellis, Sr. passed
HJ257 Celebrating the life of Rebecca Jeffers Guthrie. passed
HJ258 Commending Virginia school boards that employ mathematics specialists. passed
HJ259 Commending the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities. passed
HJ260 Commending Battlefield Baptist Church on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ261 Commending the game wardens of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. passed
HJ262 Commending the Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed
HJ263 Celebrating the life of Alan M. Voorhees. passed
HJ264 Celebrating the life of Kavanaugh Yancey Thrift. passed
HJ265 Celebrating the life of James Eugene Maloney. passed
HJ266 Commending Robert E. Kahn. passed
HJ267 Commending Sharron Palmeter Baucom. passed
HJ268 Commending the Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed
HJ269 Commending Viola O. Baskerville. passed
HJ270 Commending Sergeant Kevin Tucker. passed
HJ271 Commending the General Federation of Women Clubs of Virginia; occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ272 Celebrating the life of Waverly Crawley, Jr. passed
HJ273 Commending William M. Anderson, Jr. passed
HJ274 Commending Dr. Jo Lynne DeMary, former State Superintendent of Public Instruction. passed
HJ275 Commending St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed
HJ276 Celebrating the life of Lloyd Eugene Byrum, Jr. passed
HJ277 Celebrating the life of Edna Joyce. passed
HJ278 Commending the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad Basic Life Support Competition Team. passed
HJ279 Commending James L. Jenkins. passed
HJ280 Celebrating the life of Christopher Todd Ratliff. passed
HJ281 Celebrating the life of Felix Jack Ward. passed
HJ282 Celebrating the life of Svein Jarl Lassen. passed
HJ283 Commending Joseph C. Smiddy. passed
HJ284 Commending Carroll W. Dale. passed
HJ285 Commending the York County School Division. passed
HJ286 Commending Mothers Against Drunk Driving on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ287 Judges; election in circuit, general district, and juvenile and domestic relations district courts. passed
HJ288 Celebrating the life of Thomas Brown Hawkins. passed
HJ289 Celebrating the life of Sparrel Ratliff, Jr. passed
HJ290 Celebrating the life of John Roma Bryan, Jr. passed
HJ291 Celebrating the life of Marine Captain James C. Edge. passed
HJ292 Celebrating the life of Glenn Richard Goetsch. passed
HJ293 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Kenith Casica. passed
HJ294 Commending Dr. Albert Gallatin Henry III. passed
HJ295 Commending Rose Lopez-Keravuori. passed
HJ296 Commending the Hampton High School football team. passed
HJ297 Commending Thomas Hardy. passed
HJ298 On the death of Edgar J. Fisher, Jr. passed
HJ299 Celebrating the life of Stafford M. Pace. passed
HJ300 Commending Dr. Joe Gieck. passed
HJ301 Commending the South Lakes High School girls' swim team. passed
HJ302 Commending Officer Scott M. Shackleton and Sgt. Jeffrey S. Ury of the Waynesboro Police Department. passed
HJ303 Commending Deputy Steven V. von Schilling of the Waynesboro Sheriff's Office. passed
HJ304 Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the 1606 First Virginia Charter. passed
HJ305 Commending the Loudoun Medical Group. passed
HJ306 Commending the Middle Peninsula Regional Security Center and Superintendent David L. Harmon. passed
HJ307 Commending Bud R. Calvert. passed
HJ308 Commending Robyn Boggs. passed
HJ309 Celebrating the life of F. Wiley Hubbell. passed
HJ310 Celebrating the life of Frank William Sencindiver. passed
HJ311 Commending the C. D. Hylton High School football team. passed
HJ312 Commending Dunn Loring, Virginia on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed
HJ313 Commending Laura D. Lay. passed
HJ314 Celebrating the life of David S. Kilgore. passed
HJ315 Celebrating the life of Pamela S. Manas. passed
HJ316 Commending Joy Trickett. passed
HJ317 Commending the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board. passed
HJ318 Commending Richard Harrison Kemper, Jr. passed
HJ319 Commending the Douglas S. Freeman H. S. girls' volleyball team. passed
HJ320 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth O'Connell Horner. passed
HJ321 Commending Support to Eliminate Poverty on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed
HJ322 Commending the Smith Mountain Lake Chamber of Commerce on its 20th anniversary. passed
HJ323 Commending the William Campbell High School football team. passed
HJ324 Commending Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School. passed
HJ325 Celebrating the life of Roger Atkinson Kingsbury III. passed
HJ326 On the death of Wallace L. Shumaker. passed
HJ327 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant James Earl Estep. passed
HJ328 Celebrating the life of Andrew Karlton Kanode. passed
HJ329 Celebrating the life of Earl Hundley. passed
HJ330 Commending Griff Graves. passed
HJ331 Commending Dr. Jack Roper. passed
HJ332 Commending Dr. Frank McCue III. passed
HJ333 Commending Mike Campbell. passed
HJ334 Commending Patricia Morrell. passed
HJ335 Commending Charles Beardsley. passed
HJ336 Commending Bill Cochrane. passed
HJ337 Commending Beverly A. Wetherbie. passed
HJ338 Celebrating the life of Mark Sheridan Brennan, Jr. passed
HJ339 Celebrating the life of William Thomas Rice. passed
HJ340 Commending Paul Snodgrass. passed
HJ341 Commending the Vienna Buccaneers. passed
HJ342 Commending Stephen Hockett. passed
HJ343 Commending Mel J. Riddile. passed
HJ344 Commending Lt. Steven V. Traylor; Firefighters Michael C. Harrell and William J. Jeffords. passed
HJ345 Commending the Arlington County Civic Federation. passed
HJ346 Commending the Virginia BioTechnology Research Park on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed
HJ347 Commending radio station WRIR on the occasion of its one-year anniversary. dead
HJ348 Commending Marie G. Young. passed
HJ349 Commending the Reverend Doctor Leonard N. Smith. passed
HJ350 Commending Ronald Lee Ermey. passed
HJ351 Commending Inova Mount Vernon Hospital on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
HJ352 Celebrating the life of Stanley Cornell Reaves. passed
HJ353 Commending Bruce Franklin Jamerson. passed
HJ354 Commending Lynn and Philip Lilienthal and WorldCamps, Inc. passed
HJ355 Commending the King William High School competition cheer team. passed
HJ356 Commending Bristol, Virginia, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
HJ357 Commending Ed Grimes. passed
HJ358 Commending Holly Sanford. passed
HJ359 Commending Jordan Baughan. passed
HJ360 Commending Charles G. Barker. passed
HJ361 Celebrating the life of Jack Thomas Shoosmith. passed
HJ362 Celebrating the life of Robert Burns Ellison. passed
HJ363 Celebrating the life of Glynn Carlock, Sr. passed
HJ364 Celebrating the life of Specialist Felipe J. Garcia Villareal. passed
HJ365 Celebrating the life of Carolyn A. Flaningam. passed
HJ366 Celebrating the life of Walter Lloyd Lovett, Jr. passed
HJ367 Celebrating the life of Antoon Maria Arkesteyn, Jr. passed
HJ368 Celebrating the life of William A. Shaw. passed
HJ369 Celebrating the life of Raymond O. Johnson, Sr. passed
HJ370 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class (SEAL) Jeffrey S. Taylor. passed
HJ371 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Michael M. McGreevy. passed
HJ372 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Jeffrey A. Lucas. passed
HJ373 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Commander Erik S. Kristensen. passed
HJ374 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class (SEAL) Danny P. Dietz. passed
HJ375 Celebrating the life of Fire Controlman Chief (SEAL) Jacques J. Fontan. passed
HJ376 Commending Lieutenant Bruce R. Wainer, Jr. passed
HJ377 Commending the United States Army Reserve, 80th Division. passed
HJ378 Commending Tom Barr. passed
HJ379 Celebrating the life of Melvin D. Davis, Sr. passed
HJ380 Celebrating the life of Anne Kincaid. passed
HJ381 Commending the Town of Clarksville. passed
HJ382 Commending the Mills Godwin High School boys' tennis team. passed
HJ383 Churchill, Winston Spencer;honoring occasion of 60th anniversary of his address to General Assembly. passed
HJ384 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth L. Dailey. passed
HJ385 Celebrating the life of Caroline Byrd Keeney. passed
HJ386 Celebrating the life of Ronald V. Dolan. passed
HJ387 Commending Amber Brooke Copley on being named Miss Virginia USA 2006. passed
HJ388 Commending Sarah Terry. passed
HJ389 Commending Harold G. Linkous. passed
HJ390 Commending the Home Builders Association of Virginia. passed
HJ391 Commending the Inova Fairfax Hospital on the occasion of its 45th anniversary. passed
HJ392 Celebrating the life of Karen Abse. passed
HJ393 Celebrating the life of Pinkie L. Riddick. passed
HJ394 Celebrating the life of Ardell C. Johnson. passed
HJ395 Celebrating the life of Jack Wilson Fretwell, Sr. passed
HJ396 Commemorating the lifetime achievements of Prince Hall. passed
HJ397 Commending B.J. and Marilyn Silvey. passed
HJ398 Commending Brent Park. passed
HJ399 Commending John and Susan Adney. passed
HJ400 Commending Northrop Grumman's Information Technology and Mission Systems sectors. passed
HJ401 Commending Inova Health System on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ402 Commending the Lifetime Learning Institute of Northern Virginia on its 10th anniversary. passed
HJ403 Commending the University of Richmond football team. passed
HJ404 Commending Dave Clawson. passed
HJ405 Commending Buck & Associates on its 30th anniversary. passed
HJ406 Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments. passed
HJ407 Celebrating the life of John F. Herrity. passed
HJ408 Celebrating the life of Rudolph L. Shaver. passed
HJ409 Celebrating the life of Charles A. Womack, Sr. passed
HJ410 Celebrating the life of Claude Vince Swanson, Sr. passed
HJ411 Celebrating the life of Rufus R. Toler. passed
HJ412 Celebrating the life of John Everett Greenbacker. passed
HJ413 Celebrating the life of Dan S. Robertson. passed
HJ414 Celebrating the life of Harry A. Snyder. passed
HJ415 Commending Regent University School of Law's Trial Advocacy Board competition team. passed
HJ416 Commending Augusta Medical Center for national recognition as an outstanding community hospital. passed
HJ417 Commending the Tunstall High School baseball team. passed
HJ418 Commending Pam L. Michell. passed
HJ419 Celebrating the life of David Joseph Macpherson. passed
HJ420 Celebrating the life of Officer Courtney Lamont Dickerson. passed
HJ421 Celebrating the life of J. Michael Kelleher, Sr. passed
HJ422 Celebrating the life of Joseph H. Austin, Jr. passed
HJ423 Celebrating the life of John Edward Thomas II. passed
HJ424 Celebrating the life of John William Bouldin, Jr. passed
HJ425 Commending Mark L. Ingerson. passed
HJ426 Commending the Landstown High School football team. passed
HJ427 Commending Marlene Blum. passed
HJ428 Commending Marian Van Landingham. passed
HJ429 Celebrating the life of Alison Yowell Pazmino. passed
HJ430 Celebrating the life of Deborah June Mason. passed
HJ431 Celebrating the life of Philip Niland Daly, Sr. passed
HJ432 Celebrating the life of Corporal George A. Lutz II. passed
HJ433 Celebrating the life of Gregory R. Wright, Jr. passed
HJ434 Celebrating the life of Cecilia Murphy Hall. passed
HJ435 Commending Dingwall Fleary. passed
HJ436 Commending Ryan King passed
HJ437 Commending the Black History Museum in Jackson Ward. passed
HJ438 Commending Eleanor Field Bradshaw. passed
HJ439 Commending Flint Hill Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ440 Commending Tom Olaisen. passed
HJ441 Commending the Mason District Little League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ442 Celebrating the life of Dr. Louis Whitfield Painter, Sr. passed
HJ443 Celebrating the life of Lauren Elizabeth Burns. passed
HJ444 Celebrating the life of Melvin O. Lindsay on the 50th anniversary of his death. passed
HJ445 Celebrating the life of Edna Henry Hurt Ball. passed
HJ446 Celebrating the life of Major Lowell Thomas Miller II. passed
HJ447 Celebrating the life of Samuel Edward Moran. passed
HJ448 Commending Rosemary Tran Lauer and Devotion to Children. passed
HJ449 Commending Crestwood Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ450 Commending Little League Baseball Challenger Week in Virginia. passed
HJ451 Commending Mickey R. Thompson. passed
HJ452 Commending Elizabeth Korte. passed
HJ453 Commending the Charity League of Martinsville and Henry County, Inc. passed
HJ454 Commending Susan Aheron Magill on a remarkable political career. passed
HJ455 Commending James C. Chesley. passed
HJ456 Commending Franklin R. Bowers. passed
HJ457 Commending Mattie Palmore on being named a national finalist for "Project Confidence." passed
HJ458 Commending the University of Virginia. passed
HJ459 Celebrating the life of Olive Iola Clark. passed
HJ460 Celebrating the life of Dr. Georgia Atkins Ryder. passed
HJ461 Celebrating the life of Montie Benn Felts. passed
HJ462 Celebrating the life of Clarence M. Gillis. passed
HJ463 Celebrating the life of Florence Lorraine Mitchell. passed
HJ464 Celebrating the life of Calvin Lindbergh Ritchie. passed
HJ465 Celebrating the life of Dr. Cyrus Uriah Brown. passed
HJ466 Celebrating the life of Trevor Ray Cobb. passed
HJ467 Celebrating the lives of the Harvey family. passed
HJ468 Celebrating the life of Donnie Lee Lowe. passed
HJ469 Celebrating the life of Dr. Lyman Beecher Brooks. passed
HJ470 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Lee Arthur Lewis, Jr. passed
HJ471 Celebrating the life of Linwood Brown, Jr. passed
HJ472 Celebrating the life of retired Police Chief Joseph E. Pittman, Jr. passed
HJ473 Celebrating the life of Eugene M. Cecil. passed
HJ474 Celebrating the life of Herman Forrest Drummond, Jr. passed
HJ475 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Kenneth B. Gentry on the 15th anniversary of his death. passed
HJ476 Celebrating the life of Frank Alan Pollard II. passed
HJ477 Celebrating the life of R. Beasley Jones, Sr. passed
HJ478 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Michael Keesee. passed
HJ479 Celebrating the life of Hierome Lindsay Opie, Jr. passed
HJ480 Celebrating the life of Dr. Samuel Henley Carter. passed
HJ481 Celebrating the life of Archibald Alexander Sproul. passed
HJ482 Celebrating the life of Eddie L. Rodwell. passed
HJ483 Celebrating the life of William Ernest Sandidge, Jr. passed
HJ484 Celebrating the life of Robert E. Williams. passed
HJ485 Celebrating the life of Happyanne All The Saints Kuhn. passed
HJ486 Celebrating the life of Judge William Oliver Hawkins, Sr. passed
HJ487 Commending the Randolph-Henry High School golf team. passed
HJ488 Commending Colonel Ethel S. Underwood. passed
HJ489 Commending Jackie Bong-Wright for her leadership in combating human trafficking. passed
HJ490 Commending Ruth Brannigan. passed
HJ491 Commending Patricia Tuttle-Newby. passed
HJ492 Commending the Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ493 Commending The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria on the occasion of its 20th Anniversary passed
HJ494 Commending John L. Porter. passed
HJ495 Commending Wakefield Forest Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ496 Commending Spencer Roberts. passed
HJ497 Commending First United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 90th anniversary. passed
HJ498 Commending Leslie Delima. passed
HJ499 Commending Israel O'Quinn. passed
HJ500 Commending Gus John James II. passed
HJ501 Commending Quinton Allen. passed
HJ502 Commending the Yorktown High School girls' swim and dive team. passed
HJ503 Commending the Medical College of Virginia, Health Sciences Division of V.C.U. passed
HJ504 Commending the Virginia Chapter of Meeting Professionals International. passed
HJ505 Commending the Manchester High School girls' basketball team. passed
HJ506 Commending North Springfield Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ507 Commending the Newport News/Hampton Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; 50th anniversary. passed
HJ508 Commending Odell Roy Tolliver on being a fiddle legend. passed
HJ509 Commending the Morning Star Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ510 Commending Bensley Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ511 Commending the Reverend Robert C. Davis. passed
HJ512 Commending The Church of the Sacred Heart on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ513 Commending Daniel E. Gardner. passed
HJ514 Commending the Falls Church News-Press on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed
HJ515 Commending Dr. James N. Cooper. passed
HJ516 Commending Alton F. Owen, Sr. passed
HJ517 Commending Kelsey Pedigo. passed
HJ518 Commending the Virginia Association of Master Swimming. passed
HJ519 Commending Dottie Bennett and Ann Bennett. passed
HJ520 Commending Giles County on the occasion of its bicentennial. passed
HJ521 Commending the Meadowbrook High School Monarchs men's basketball team. passed
HJ522 Commending the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation. passed
HJ523 Commending Riverheads High School FCCLA. passed
HJ524 Commending G. John Avoli for his service as mayor of Staunton. passed
HJ525 Commending Peyton Sellers. passed
HJ526 Commending Dr. Joel Singer. passed
HJ527 Commending Linwood Wright. passed
HJ528 Commending those involved in the 2006 Inaugural Ceremonies held in Williamsburg. passed
HJ529 Commending McKinley L. Price. passed
HJ530 Commending the Brookville Timberlake Lions Club on its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ531 Commending the Centreville Historic Work Group. passed
HJ532 Commending the Town of Vienna. passed
HJ533 Commending Sasha DiGiulian. passed
HJ534 Commending Georgie Staton. passed
HJ535 Commending Ronnie R. Campbell. passed
HJ536 Commending Harold F. Kidd. passed
HJ537 Commending Jean T. Clark. passed
HJ538 Commending Amherst County High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ539 Commending the 2005 Amherst American Angels All-Star Team. passed
HJ540 Commending the Madison Heights Dixie Youth American All-Stars baseball team. passed
HJ541 Commending the Monelison Middle School Girls' Power Team. passed
HJ542 Commending William E. Dawson II. passed
HJ543 Commending Augustine J. Fagan. passed
HJ544 Commending William Starke Mundy III. passed
HJ545 Commending the Pakistani American Community. passed
HJ546 Commending the National Congress of Vietnamese Americans on its 20th anniversary. passed
HJ547 Commending Tenants' and Workers United on its 20th anniversary. passed
HJ548 Commending Dr. John O. Simpson. passed
HJ549 Commending Anita O. Poston. passed
HJ550 Commending Cynthia J. Watson. passed
HJ551 Commending Dr. A. Lincoln James, Jr. passed
HJ552 Commending Wise County on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
HJ553 Commending the Great Bridge High School wrestling team. passed
HJ554 Judges; election in Ct. of Appeals, circuit, district, & juvenile & dom. relations district courts. passed
HJ555 General Assembly; schedule for conduct of business for 2006 Special Session. dead
HJ556 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed
HJ557 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed
HJ5001 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed
HJ5002 Commending the Booker T. Washington High School boys' basketball team. passed
HJ5003 Commending Forest Park High School girls' basketball team. passed
HJ5004 Commending the Reverend Dr. Robert Lee Pettis. passed
HJ5005 Celebrating the life of Alvin Barnett Fink. passed
HJ5006 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' basketball team. passed
HJ5007 Commending Joan Walder Sacarob and Donald A. Sacarob. dead
HJ5008 Commending the Zeta Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., on its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5009 Commending Jerry Hoffman. passed
HJ5010 Commending the Patrick Henry Community College women's basketball team. passed
HJ5011 Commending the Carlisle School boys' varsity basketball team. passed
HJ5012 Commending the Martinsville High School boys' basketball team. passed
HJ5013 Celebrating the life of Randall Willing. passed
HJ5014 Commending Prince William County on the occasion of its 275th anniversary. passed
HJ5015 Commending the Gate City High School girls' basketball team. passed
HJ5016 Commending Kristen Fields-Reedy. passed
HJ5017 Commending Will Pannill. passed
HJ5018 Commending the Falls Church Housing Corporation. passed
HJ5019 Commending Lee Hall Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5020 Commending Kahan S. Dhillon, Jr. passed
HJ5021 Celebrating the life of Mark Daniel DeHart. passed
HJ5022 Celebrating the life of Charles K. Estes. passed
HJ5023 Commending Donald A. Sacarob and Joan Walder Sacarob. passed
HJ5024 Commending the Mount Vernon Yacht Club on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5025 Commending the George Mason University men's basketball team. passed
HJ5026 Commending the Alexandria Red Cross. passed
HJ5027 Commending Dr. JoAnne Kirk Henry. passed
HJ5028 Commending Jim Larranaga. passed
HJ5029 Commending Sunbeam Baptist Church. passed
HJ5030 Commending Walter C. Ayers. passed
HJ5031 Celebrating the life of Harry J. Parrish. passed
HJ5032 Celebrating the life of Thomas Hardyman. passed
HJ5033 Celebrating the life of Dr. Thomas Lynn Bibb. passed
HJ5034 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Wasserman Schick. passed
HJ5035 Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Hill. passed
HJ5036 Commending J. Chris Kollman III. passed
HJ5037 Commending the Louisa County Rescue Squad on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5038 Commending the Battlefield High School girls' tennis team. passed
HJ5039 Commending the Heritage Baptist Church. passed
HJ5040 Commending the Town of Herndon's Hispanic Heritage Festival. passed
HJ5041 Commending Ruckersville Elementary School. passed
HJ5042 Commending Travis Lyle Brannon. passed
HJ5043 Commending Larry Gallaher. passed
HJ5044 Commending Geraldine B. Story. passed
HJ5045 Commending G2Tactics, Inc. passed
HJ5046 Commending Mary Lynn Tate. passed
HJ5047 Commending Dave Robbins and the Virginia Union University men's basketball team. passed
HJ5048 Commending Melvin Bray. passed
HJ5049 Commending Kristi Toliver. passed
HJ5050 Celebrating the life of Luise Lehner Varljen. passed
HJ5051 Celebrating the life of Claudia Boyden Caldwell. passed
HJ5052 Celebrating the life of Edna Moore Drosick. passed
HJ5053 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Asbury Christian Compton. passed
HJ5054 Celebrating the lives of Judith Anna Spencer Lewis and Lawrence Gladding Lewis, Jr. passed
HJ5055 Celebrating the life of Captain Brian S. Letendre. passed
HJ5056 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Asbury Christian Compton. passed
HJ5057 Commending the Yorktown High School debate team. passed
HJ5058 Commending Claudia Emerson. passed
HJ5059 Commending the Onancock Volunteer Fire Department and its historic firemen's carnival. passed
HJ5060 Celebrating the life of Thomas J. Matthews. passed
HJ5061 Residential and commercial development, new; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof. dead
HJ5062 Celebrating the life of Francis Xavier Lillis. passed
HJ5063 Celebrating the life of James J. Waters. passed
HJ5064 Celebrating the life of Lewis Franklin Moore, Jr. passed
HJ5065 Celebrating the life of Kelley Duncan Swanson. passed
HJ5066 Celebrating the life of A. Victor Thomas. passed
HJ5067 Commending the Parkwood Preschool on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5068 Commending Christian Relief Services Charities on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed
HJ5069 Commending Dale W. Baird. passed
HJ5070 Commending Carolyn Williamson. passed
HJ5071 Commending Lawrence Woodson. passed
HJ5072 Celebrating the life of William McKinley Crump, Sr. passed
HJ5073 Celebrating the life of Officer Seneca B. Darden. passed
HJ5074 Commending the First Rappahannock Regional Juneteenth Celebration. passed
HJ5075 Commending the Herndon Dulles Chamber of Commerce. passed
HJ5076 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Bernard Sylvester Giles, Sr. passed
HJ5077 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team. passed
HJ5078 Commending the Culpeper County High School Band. passed
HJ5079 Commending Ramon E. Pardue. passed
HJ5080 Commending the University of Virginia mens lacrosse team. passed
HJ5081 Celebrating the life of Laura Jean Anderson McBride. passed
HJ5082 Celebrating the life of Duane Heisinger. passed
HJ5083 Celebrating the life of Michael E. Garbarino. passed
HJ5084 Celebrating the life of Vicky O. Armel. passed
HJ5085 Commending Greenbackville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5086 Commending William Lee Strong. passed
HJ5087 Celebrating the life of William Raleigh Henshaw. passed
HJ5088 Celebrating the life of Ethel Clark Leming. passed
HJ5089 Celebrating the life of Linda Irene Peacock Okerlund. passed
HJ5090 Commending Colonel Yvonne J. Prettyman-Beck. passed
HJ5091 Commending Charlotte A. Collins. passed
HJ5092 Commending Ray and Mary Pollard and the Gospel Chicken House. passed
HJ5093 Commending the Washington and Lee High School community problem solvers team. passed
HJ5094 Commending the Cople Elementary School community problem solvers team. passed
HJ5095 Commending the Montross Middle School community problem solvers team. passed
HJ5096 Commending the Oakton High School girls' lacrosse team. passed
HJ5097 Commending the Washington District Elementary School community problem solvers team. passed
HJ5098 Commending Roger Bothe. passed
HJ5099 Commending the Chantilly High School economics team. passed
HJ5100 Commending the Honorable A. Elisabeth Oxenham passed
HJ5101 Commending the Mount Calvary Baptist Church Juneteenth celebration. passed
HJ5102 Commending H. Robert Morrison. passed
HJ5103 Commending Home Opportunities Made Equal, Inc., on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed
HJ5104 Commending Pastor Phillip E. Knight, Sr. passed
HJ5105 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Burgess Davis. passed
HJ5106 Celebrating the life of William Robert Perlik. passed
HJ5107 Celebrating the life of Helen Lynch. passed
HJ5108 Celebrating the life of Bertha Vernice Morgan Campbell. passed
HJ5109 Celebrating the life of Shirley O. Nelson. passed
HJ5110 Commending Katie Doswell. passed
HJ5111 Commending Lou Anne Nabhan. passed
HJ5112 Commending Ron Koch. passed
HJ5113 Commending Best Buddies Virginia. passed
HJ5114 Commending H. Phillip Smith. passed
HJ5115 Commending the Franklin County Retail Merchants Association. passed
HJ5116 Commending the Town of Dublin on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ5117 Commending the Patient Advocate Foundation on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed
HJ5118 Commending Pastor E. James Eaddy. passed
HJ5119 Celebrating the life of Josiah Horton Beeman. passed
HJ5120 Celebrating the life of The Honorable V. Earl Dickinson, Sr. passed
HJ5121 Celebrating the life of Ann Kennedy Hedgepeth. passed
HJ5122 Celebrating the life of John Joseph McLaughlin, Sr. passed
HJ5123 Commending Turner M. Spencer. passed
HJ5124 Commending the Goochland High School baseball team. passed
HJ5125 Celebrating the life of Colonel Edward Bickford Young, Jr. passed
HJ5126 Celebrating the life of Dr. John J. Neal, Jr. passed
HJ5127 Celebrating the life of Wendell Oliver Scott on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of his birth. passed
HJ5128 Celebrating the life of the Honorable T. Ryland Dodson. passed
HJ5129 Celebrating the life of Corporal Adam Fargo. passed
HJ5130 Celebrating the life of Rosemary Leary Caturano. passed
HJ5131 Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. Calvin Rains, Sr. passed
HJ5132 Commending Dr. Edwin James Harvie, Jr. passed
HJ5133 Commending Dave Clark. passed
HJ5134 Commending the Arlington Historical Society on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5135 Designates September in 2006, and in each succeeding year, as Internet Safety Month in Virginia. dead
HJ5136 Commending Charles E. Samarra passed
HJ5137 Commending Sue Forbes Watson. passed
HJ5138 Commending the Hanover High School softball team. passed
HJ5139 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Randall G. Johnson. passed
HJ5140 Celebrating the life of Mamie M. Kenney. passed
HJ5141 Celebrating the life of Grace L. Tinsley passed
HJ5142 Commending Jennifer J. Brown. passed
HJ5143 Celebrating the life of Jerald S. Griffin. passed
HJ5144 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference). dead
HJ5145 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel; VDOT to study cost of constructing two additional tunnel tubes. dead
HJ5146 Constitutional amendment; highway and transportation trust funds. dead
HJ5147 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes. dead
HJ5148 Federal highway demonstration project; urging Congress to support implementation thereof. dead
HJ5149 Commending Henry M. Fulcher. passed
HJ5150 Celebrating the life of Colonel Earl M. Cunard, Jr. passed
HJ5151 Celebrating the life of Robey W. Estes, Sr. passed
HJ5152 Celebrating the life of William H. Abeloff. passed
HJ5153 Celebrating the life of Bernard Lawrence Savage. passed
HJ5154 Celebrating the life of Edward L. Miller. passed
HJ5155 Celebrating the life of James Patrick Hall. passed
HJ5156 Celebrating the life of Clarence Leitch Tardy. passed
HJ5157 Celebrating the life of Goodwin Page Sanford, Jr. passed
HJ5158 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Edwin Anthony Andino II. passed
HJ5159 Celebrating the life of Victoria Jackson Gray Adams. passed
HJ5160 Celebrating the life of Deputy Sheriff Robert Earl Green. passed
HJ5161 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Jennings Dobson. passed
HJ5162 Commending John T. Frey. passed
HJ5163 Commending WAMV AM radio on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
HJ5164 Commending Dr. Ruth Nelson. passed
HJ5165 Commending Estes Express Lines on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed
HJ5166 Commending the Davis family and the Davis and Sons Truck Terminal; 50th anniversary. passed
HJ5167 Commending the Reverend Dr. Cedric Kirkland-Harris. passed
HJ5168 Commending Dr. Charles R. King. passed
HJ5169 Commending Frederick M. Crabtree. passed
HJ5170 Commending Sam Savia. passed
HJ5171 Commending St. Elmo's Coffee Pub on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. dead
HJ5172 Commending Empowered Women International and A Woman's Story Gallery. passed
HJ5173 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, and juvenile and domestic court. passed
HJ5174 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class David Roddy. passed
HJ5175 Commending the Reverend Marvin F. Kerby, Jr. passed
HJ5176 Commending Edward L. Brown, Sr. passed
HJ5177 Celebrating the life of Louise Bland Morgan. passed
HJ5178 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed
HR1 Speakers and Clerks of House of Delegates; provides for publication of book thereon. passed
HR2 House of Delegates; procedure governing live television coverage of sessions. dead
HR3 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed
HR4 Commending Dwayne M. Murray. passed
HR5 Commending Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., in Virginia. passed
HR6 Attorneys, uninsured; Supreme Court of Va. & Va. State Bar to consider form of mandatory insurance. passed
HR7 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
HR8 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR9 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR10 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed
HR11 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed
HR12 Constitution Day; reaffirms General Assembly's commitment thereto. passed
HR13 Czechoslovakian-Americans and their descendants; extending recognition thereto. passed
HR14 Judge; nomination for election in circuit court. passed
HR15 Judge; nomination for election in general district court. passed
HR16 Judge; nomination for election in juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR17 Commending Gail Gerringer Schenck. passed
HR18 Commending Barbara Lucas Regen. passed
HR19 Terminal operations at U.S. ports; urging President of U.S. to disapprove sale to Dubai Ports World. dead
HR20 FairTax; urging Congress to enact national retail sales tax plan. dead
HR21 Commending Baptist Union Baptist Church. passed
HR22 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Mae Wilkerson Roberts. passed
HR23 Celebrating the life of Helen Anderson Miller. passed
HR24 Celebrating the life of Sylvia Mary Brennan. passed
HR25 Celebrating the life of James Staples. passed
HR26 Celebrating the life of J. Donald Edwards. passed
HR27 Commending Shawn P. McLaughlin. passed
HR28 Commending Ivy Hill Cemetery. passed
HR29 Commending J. T. Morriss & Son Funeral Home & Cremation Service. passed
HR30 Commending Darius Hargrove. passed
HR31 Commending Caleb Pearson. passed
HR32 Commending The Reverend David J. Bergner. passed
HR33 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed
HR34 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
HR35 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR36 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR37 Celebrating the life of Warren C. Spivey, Jr. passed
HR38 Celebrating the life of Dr. Chauncey Frederick Levy. passed
HR39 Commending Heritage High School boys' track team. passed
HR40 Commending E. C. Glass boys' track team. passed
HR41 Commending the George C. Marshall High School boys' basketball team. passed
HR42 Commending the Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts. passed
HR501 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed
HR502 Commending Dr. A. Lincoln James, Jr. passed
HR503 Commending Hyeon Kon Lee. passed
HR504 Commending Fannie B. Cooper. passed
HR505 Celebrating the life of Chief Petty Officer Paul J. Darga. passed
HR506 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed
HR507 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR508 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
# Title Status
SB1 License plates, special; issuance to certain relatives of certain deceased military veterans, fees. dead
SB2 Crab pot buoys and floats; regulations. dead
SB3 Transportation Commissioner; election by Transportation Board. dead
SB4 Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof. continued
SB5 Motor vehicle dealer; excludes those who sell & distribute fire-fighting equipment & ambulances. dead
SB6 Court-appointed counsel; court may appoint those not on Indigent Defense Commission list. approved
SB7 Concealed handgun permits; disqualifies an individual convicted of reckless handling of firearm. dead
SB8 Motor vehicle registration, licensing, & certificates of title; offenses relating thereto, penalty. approved
SB9 Health insurance; local government employees' participation in state employee health plan. continued
SB10 Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County. dead
SB11 Highway ingress & egress; Transportation Commissioner to permit construction & maintenance thereof. dead
SB12 Trout fishing; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue special permits for handicapped. approved
SB13 Access roads; allocation of funds for those leading to industrial sites, etc. approved
SB14 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; prohibits imposition and collection of tolls for use thereof. dead
SB15 Criminal history record information; vendor to perform on transferee before sale of firearm. dead
SB16 Handheld mobile telephones; prohibits use thereof by operators of motor vehicles in motion. dead
SB17 Death penalty; moratorium on prisoner executions. dead
SB18 Mental health; mandatory outpatient treatment program in certain jurisdictions. continued
SB19 Administrative Law Advisory Committee; technical amendments to appointment provisions. approved
SB20 Retirement System; first-day bill introduction relating thereto. dead
SB21 Internet; simplifies and updates references thereto in Code. approved
SB22 Child abuse or neglect; change in requirement for 'safe haven' law pertaining to infants. approved
SB23 Charter; City of Emporia. approved
SB24 Motor medic pilot program; created in South Hampton Roads area. continued
SB25 Social services boards; city council member appointed to local board. approved
SB26 Assault and battery; limited exception to charges for certain school personnel. approved
SB27 Public Building Authority; issuance of bonds for State Agency Radio System for State Police. dead
SB28 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; created. approved
SB29 Budget Bill. Relating to the appropriation of funds for the 2004 - 06 biennium. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2006 - 2008 biennium. dead
SB31 Ignition interlock system; exemption for persons with medical condition. dead
SB32 Social services; time limit on receipt of TANF. dead
SB33 General Educational Development program; allows participation by court order. dead
SB34 Standards of Learning assessments; release thereof. approved
SB35 Insanity, not guilty by reason of; petition for temporary visit . continued
SB36 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. dead
SB37 Cocaine; unlawful manufacturing, distribution, etc., penalty. dead
SB38 Agritourism Activity Liability; created. approved
SB39 Test security procedures; Board of Educ. to review violations of regulations by local school board. approved
SB40 Higher Education; New College Institute created. approved
SB41 Divorce; separation agreement may be either written or oral. dead
SB42 Income tax, state; Dept. of Tax. to obtain info on taxpayers claiming earned income tax credit . approved
SB43 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of youth soccer. dead
SB44 Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate. dead
SB45 Real property taxes; Virginia Port Authority to determine service charges in lieu of. continued
SB46 Local housing rehabilitation zones; created. approved
SB47 Kinship Care Program; created. continued
SB48 Kinship foster care; social services to seek thereof. approved
SB49 Intestate succession; increases the amount of the surviving spouse's share. dead
SB50 License plates, special; honoring Robert E. Lee. dead
SB51 Local gov't; voluntary settlements that provide for annexation take effect by certain date. approved
SB52 Occoneechee State Park; lease extended. approved
SB53 Speed limits; increases maximum speed on Interstate Route 85. approved
SB54 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; modifies membership of board of trustees. approved
SB55 Companion animal dealers; annual business license to obtained to sell or to advertise for sale. dead
SB56 Land preservation; special assessments. dead
SB57 Solid waste management plans; units to maintain recycling and target rates. approved
SB58 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. dead
SB59 Route 58; authorizes Transportation Board to issue bonds for specified projects in Corridor. dead
SB60 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items. dead
SB61 Standards of Quality; support services staff ratios. dead
SB62 Comparative religion; Board of Education to authorize elective course in grades 9 through 12. approved
SB63 Grants and tax refunds; awarded for producing and using clean and efficient energy. dead
SB64 Retail Sales and Use Tax; sales tax increase on motor fuels in NOVA Transportation District. dead
SB65 Absentee voting and ballot applications; persons 65 or older may vote absentee. dead
SB66 School calendars; reduction of state aid when length of school term below what is required. approved
SB67 Standards of Learning assessments; student required to attend summer school for remediation program. approved
SB68 Literary Fund; distribution of punitive damages thereto and not to be used for attorneys' fees. dead
SB69 Taxation; conformity thereof with Internal Revenue Code. approved
SB70 Income taxes, state; payments to producers of quota tobacco and tobacco quota holders. approved
SB71 Standards of Quality; Biennial review; change to even-numbered years and technical amendment. approved
SB72 Contractors, Board of; educational requirements as condition for licensure. approved
SB73 Retail sales and use tax; exemptions include certain medicines and drugs used for farm animals. approved
SB74 Teacher licensure requirements; revising current statutes & teacher education program provisions. approved
SB75 School crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plan; required. approved
SB76 Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of procurement records under PPTA and PPEA. approved
SB77 Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; time of disaster, declared state of emergency. approved
SB78 Stock Corporation Act; mergers to form holding companies. approved
SB79 Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; repeals sunset provision. approved
SB80 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. continued
SB81 Charter; City of Richmond. approved
SB82 Solid waste containers; requirements for containers carrying nonhazardous waste on State waters. approved
SB83 Trapping; exempts trappers using body grip traps that are completely submerged. approved
SB84 Menhaden; limits on amount harvested annually. dead
SB85 Retail Sales & Use Tax; gratuities or service charges on meals excluded when calculating. approved
SB86 Transient occupancy tax; imposition for occupancy of any room or space, etc. approved
SB87 Outdoor advertising; vegetation control permit. approved
SB88 Mercury switches in motor vehicles; requires removal prior to their demolition. approved
SB89 Recording devices in motor vehicles; notification required by manufacturer. approved
SB90 Recording devices in motor vehicles; access denial not to affect insurance renewability. approved
SB91 Income tax, corporate and state; production of electricity from renewable resources tax credit. dead
SB92 Museum of Fine Arts; exempts museum from assessment and levy of service charge. dead
SB93 Land Conservation Incentives Act; tax credit. dead
SB94 Student Financial Security Program; created. dead
SB95 Cluster development; exempts property located in an Air Installation Compatible Use Zone. approved
SB96 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include personal property purchased by contractor. dead
SB97 SOL assessments; fire drills, etc. prohibited in schools during periods of mandatory testing. approved
SB98 Risk management plan; to include Meals on Wheels Association. approved
SB99 Retirement System; qualifications of retired persons teaching in critical shortage positions. approved
SB100 Alcoholic beverage control; alcohol vaporizing devices prohibited, penalty. approved
SB101 Beekeeping; persons with 50 or fewer hives not required to process honey in certified establishment. continued
SB102 Waste paper products; excluded definition of combustible fibers in Fire Prevention Code. continued
SB103 Industrial access grants; extends sunset provison therefor in Floyd County. dead
SB104 Credit cards; prohibits issuer from increasing interest rate or imposing fee thereon. continued
SB105 Prisoners; provides for good conduct allowance therefor depending on their performance and conduct. continued
SB106 Waste discharge permits; consent of local governing body required before Water Control Board issues. approved
SB107 Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History & Public Policy Center; amending governing structure thereof. approved
SB108 Employee stock ownership plan; authorizes option plans. approved
SB109 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; changes thereto. approved
SB110 Retail Sales Tax and Use Tax; exemptions include medicines & drugs purchased by nursing homes, etc. approved
SB111 Zoning ordinance; violations thereof, penalty. dead
SB112 Tuberculosis; establishing library of isolates for purpose of disease strain analysis. approved
SB113 Banks; allows for deduction of customary fees without first having to submit an invoice. approved
SB114 Courts; certain matters to be entered on civil order book. approved
SB115 Retirement System; benefit restoration plans. approved
SB116 Immunizations; minimum requirements for children entering public or private schools or centers. approved
SB117 Immunizations; adds booster dose of tetanus toxoid for certain children. approved
SB118 Landlord and tenant; not to be evicted for certain disturbances that occur on leased premises. approved
SB119 Donor Registry; created. approved
SB120 Protective orders; respondent to pay deposits to connect or restore utility services. approved
SB121 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel and dependents. approved
SB122 Local electoral boards and general registrars; provides civil service status to the staffs thereof. continued
SB123 Virtual visitation; visitation facilitated by e-mail, video conferencing, etc. dead
SB124 Highway construction funds; revises formulas used so such funds are alocated based on population. dead
SB125 Motor vehicle keys. dead
SB126 Highways; increases cost of maintenance & construction projects carried out by state employees. dead
SB127 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue to local transportation and education. dead
SB128 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: I VOTED. dead
SB129 Juveniles; if gang affiliated certain information to be released by any law-enforcement officer. approved
SB130 Community College Transfer Grant Program Fund; created. dead
SB131 Condemnation of property; public purpose may include economic development. dead
SB132 Utility service; prohibits disconnection if resident is in military and deployed. dead
SB133 Driver's license; operating vehicle with suspended license, penalty. dead
SB134 Towing & Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation of towing storage, and recovery of vehicles. approved
SB135 First responders; exempt from liability for rendering emergency care, etc. dead
SB136 Predicate criminal act; addition to list of crimes included in definition. dead
SB137 Driver's licenses, provisional; restriction on using cellular phones and wireless devices. dead
SB138 Real estate valuations; fair market value therefor. dead
SB139 Military Family Relief Fund; created, report. approved
SB140 Estate tax; conformity of state and federal statutes. dead
SB141 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; reorganizes and clarifies provisions in the act. approved
SB142 Corrective deed; requires filing thereof if incorrect tax map reference number recorded. dead
SB143 Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor. dead
SB144 Health care services; billing information. continued
SB145 Mortgage loan servicing practices; prohibits certain actions, penalty. continued
SB146 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty. approved
SB147 Charter; Clifton Forge approved
SB148 Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to provide that certain businesses be included as elig. continued
SB149 Protective orders; respondent prohib. to be in alleged victim's physical presence, ext. of orders. dead
SB150 Electronic voting equipment; direct recording electronic devices to produce paper record of vote. dead
SB151 Street gangs, criminal; probation officers to share certain information with law-enforcement office. dead
SB152 Motor vehicle dealers; warranty obligations. approved
SB153 Motor vehicles, used; pre-purchase inspection notification of those for sale. continued
SB154 Evidence; chain of custody form attested to by emp. of law-enforcement agency responsible therefor. continued
SB155 Income tax, corporate; charitable contributions for Hurricane Rita relief efforts. dead
SB156 Appeals, Court of; additional compensation for chief judge. approved
SB157 Courts Technology Fund; created, increase in certain fees. approved
SB158 Sickness and Disability Program; adds judge to definition of eligible employee. dead
SB159 Virginia Public Building Authority; bonds to finance capital projects. dead
SB160 Health insurance; payment for services rendered by non-participating providers. continued
SB161 Health insurance; assignment of benefits to emergency room physicians. dead
SB162 Administrative Process Act; exempts regulations adopted by Bd. for Housing & Community Development. approved
SB163 George P. Coleman Bridge; tolls to be removed therefrom. dead
SB164 Waste and water authorities; powers regarding cost reserves and expenditures for operating capital. approved
SB165 Judiciary members; not required to disclose personal info. on statement of economic interests. approved
SB166 Service of process; personal service on agent. dead
SB167 Child support; clarifies factors that court may consider when determining. approved
SB168 Child support; employer shall prorate amount if there is more than one withholding order. approved
SB169 Support orders; changes the effective date thereof. approved
SB170 Child or spousal support; writing bad checks therefor, penalty. dead
SB171 Ex parte affidavit or written statement; nonadmissible in a personal injury or wrongful death case. continued
SB172 Learning Technology, Office of; created within Council of Higher Education. dead
SB173 Port Authority; allows police thereof to provide security for private terminal operators. approved
SB174 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; created. dead
SB175 Retirement System; increases the retirement allowances for future state and local retirees. dead
SB176 Libraries; certain shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions. dead
SB177 Enterprise zone job creation grants; deletion of terms from definition of grant eligible position. continued
SB178 Enterprise zones; real property investment grants. continued
SB179 Human Rights Act; prohibition of discrimination in employment based on certain criminal convictions. continued
SB180 Proof of legal presence in the United States. dead
SB181 Conditional use permits; locality impose condition related to retail alcoholic beverage licensees. dead
SB182 Community Integration Advisory Commission; created. approved
SB183 Machete; illegal to brandish in threatening manner, penalty. approved
SB184 Housing programs; creating and implementing for ex-offenders. approved
SB185 Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate. dead
SB186 Roll-back taxes; local use value assessment ordinances. approved
SB187 Prescription Monitoring Program; modifies reporting requirements. approved
SB188 Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; duties. approved
SB189 Income tax, state; education tax credits. dead
SB190 Group homes and residential facilities; suspension of licenses under certain circumstances. approved
SB191 All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; owners must obtain title from DMV. approved
SB192 Hampton Roads Bridge and Tunnel Authority; created. dead
SB193 Highway construction funds; allocation for rail projects. approved
SB194 Motor vehicle registrations; dealer may issue temporary license plates & certificate of ownership. approved
SB195 Airports Revolving Fund; prepayment of loans from Fund. dead
SB196 Highways; allows local employees to build that are funded by State. approved
SB197 Driver's license; reinstatement fees. dead
SB198 Rail Advisory Board; members not subject to certain provisions. approved
SB199 Automobile graveyards & junkyards; adds City of Newport News to local. that may require screening. approved
SB200 Dogs; regulation of those that may be dangerous. approved
SB201 Contractor Transaction Recovery Act; streamlines administrative processing of claims approved
SB202 Charter; City of Charlottesville. approved
SB203 Public School Authority; implement a pass-through of refunding savings to a locality. approved
SB204 Character education; opportuities for voluntary participation in community service activities. dead
SB205 Early childhood education; school divisions to provide programs for four and five-year-olds. continued
SB206 Childhood obesity; Board of Education & Health Department establish standards to prevent thereof. continued
SB207 Nursing homes; guidelines for staffing.. dead
SB208 Children's Services Ombudsman, Office of; created. dead
SB209 Criminal exhibits; destruction or donation of those used for evidence. continued
SB210 Mental health courts; Office of Executive Secretary of Supreme Court to establish. dead
SB211 Crisis intervention pilot prog.; to respond to crisis situations involving mental illness, report. dead
SB212 Motor vehicles; use of warning lights, etc. while operating in emergency situations. dead
SB213 O. Winston Link Trail; established to highlight and celebrate railroad heritage. approved
SB214 Health professions; reinstatedment hearing for mandatory suspension or revocation of license. approved
SB215 TransDominion Express Authority Act; created. dead
SB216 Court Reporting, Board of; created. continued
SB217 Conservators, guardians and administrators; nonprofit organization can be named that of an estate. approved
SB218 Identity theft; authorized security freezes by certain consumers who live in nursing facility, etc. dead
SB219 Revenue-neutral tax rate; locality to calculate and publish in its budget. dead
SB220 Child support; revises guidelines for monthly obligations. dead
SB221 Child support; provides a self-support reserve for parents with incomes of a certain amount. dead
SB222 Interstate 264; VDOT provide signage directing motorists to Sports Hall of Fame & Children's Museum. continued
SB223 Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor. dead
SB224 Environmental site assessments; localities to adopt ordinances requiring. approved
SB225 Impact fees; add City of Suffolk to localities authorized to impose for roads. dead
SB226 Retail sales and use tax; repealing provisions of state sales tax on food. dead
SB227 Campaign finance disclosure; changes amount of credit card charge reimbursable from petty cash. approved
SB228 Campaign finance disclosure; filing & reporting not to include tax exempt organizations. approved
SB229 Campaign finance disclosure; reporting requirements. continued
SB230 Campaign finance disclosure; increases amount that triggers reporting requirements. approved
SB231 Campaign finance disclosure; value of in-kind contributions to be divided equally among candidates. continued
SB232 Animal abuse; person who reports information protected from retaliation by pet shop, kennel, etc.. continued
SB233 Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at crosswalks. dead
SB234 Fertilizer, specialty; label required for proper use and precautionary statements. continued
SB235 Address Confidentiality Program; established to keep victims of crime personal address confidential. dead
SB236 Trees; certain local government ordinances requiring preservation thereof during develop. process. dead
SB237 Law Officers' Retirement System (VALORS); adds juvenile probation & parole officers as members. dead
SB238 Land Conservation Fund; unrestricted funds to be allocated equally for certain uses. dead
SB239 Defendants; payment of fine, costs, forfeitures, penalties or restitution. continued
SB240 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; person not ineligible due to drug possession conviction. dead
SB241 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; burden of persuasion on school div. in adm. hearing. continued
SB242 Clean Smokestack Act; phased schedule for electric generating units to reduce emissions. dead
SB243 Vehicle registration fees; additional fee to support Land Conservation Fund. continued
SB244 Statewide Independent Living Fund; created, report. approved
SB245 Overnight parking; regulation by certain counties or towns. dead
SB246 Trees; local government ordinances requiring preservation thereof during development process. dead
SB247 Unemployment compensation; quit to follow military spouse. dead
SB248 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags. continued
SB249 Parole Board; establishes a Parole Guidelines Review Panel. continued
SB250 Conditional release; extends custody period following revocation thereof before treatment. approved
SB251 Expert witness; eliminates prohibition against compensating in certain criminal cases. approved
SB252 Health partnership authorities, local; repeals sunset provision. approved
SB253 Child abuse and neglect; reporting requirements by ministers of religion. approved
SB254 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
SB255 Confidentiality of documents; establish protections for materials obtained by SCC. approved
SB256 Motor vehicle dealers; transfer of dealerships. continued
SB257 Child day program; exemption from licensure for programs of recreational activities. approved
SB258 Machinery and tools tax; method of valuation for federal income tax purposes. dead
SB259 Higher educational institutions; to report assignment of any intellectual property interests. approved
SB260 Idle machinery and tools tax; certain exemptions. vetoed
SB261 Manufacturing Development Commission; created, report. approved
SB262 Virginia Energy Plan; created. approved
SB263 Triennial census or statistical survey; school divisions option of choosing. continued
SB264 College Savings Plan; income tax deductions and sales of prepaid tuition contracts. dead
SB265 Political campaign advertisements; increases civil penalty. approved
SB266 Identity theft; consumer authorized to freeze access to his credit report. dead
SB267 Retail sales and use tax; increase in certain localities. dead
SB268 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. continued
SB269 Condominium Act; conversion condominiums and notice to locality. approved
SB270 Grants and tax refunds; awarded for producing and using clean and efficient energy. dead
SB271 Public Procurement Act; purchase of certain insurance in construction projects. approved
SB272 Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program. continued
SB273 Affordable dwelling unit ordinance; Arlington County permitting certain densities in comp. plan. approved
SB274 Stormwater management program; certain localities required to adopt thereto. approved
SB275 Green Buildings Act; created, report. continued
SB276 Income tax, state; different tax rate on income derived from sale of certain real estate. dead
SB277 Housing Partnership Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. continued
SB278 Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards; created. continued
SB279 Community Housing Tax Credit; replaces current low-income housing tax credit. dead
SB280 Charter; City of Norfolk. approved
SB281 Dentists & Dental Hygienists; not required to display licenses when volunteering for charitable org. approved
SB282 Golf carts; operation thereof on public highways nonapplicable in Town of Saxis. approved
SB283 Arts and cultural districts; includes Town of Chincoteague. approved
SB284 Computer crimes; removes term without authority from definition of fraud. dead
SB285 Highway construction districts; transfers Gloucester County from Fredericksburg to Hampton Roads. continued
SB286 DNA analyses; certification of laboratories that perform. continued
SB287 Income tax, state; credit for purchase of long-term care insurance. approved
SB288 Insanity; hearing on revocation of conditional release to be expedited. approved
SB289 Insanity; conditional release shall not be revoked because of voluntary hospital admission. approved
SB290 Psychiatric Inpatient Commitment of Minors Act; special justices. dead
SB291 Extorting money; person accused thereof will be guilty of Class 5 felony. approved
SB292 Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material. continued
SB293 Exhaust systems; limits allowable level of noise emitted from motor vehicle. dead
SB294 Housing authorities; powers of regional and consolidated. dead
SB295 Identity theft; charge of fee for security freezes. dead
SB296 School calendar; Board of Ed. may waive requirement for school year to begin after Labor Day. dead
SB297 Woodrow Wilson Bridge; environmental impact study. dead
SB298 District courts; remove case to circuit ct. if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional. approved
SB299 DUI of alcohol or drugs; maximum punishment. approved
SB300 Spousal support; expedited hearing for member Armed Forces Reserves or National Guard. approved
SB301 Child custody and visitation; penalty for violation of court order. dead
SB302 Taxes, local; use of collection agents. approved
SB303 Motor vehicle renting companies; charge of vehicle licensing fee. approved
SB304 Commonwealth Transportation Board. vetoed
SB305 School buses; vehicle classifications and endorsements. approved
SB306 Motor vehicle dealers; increases bond requirements. approved
SB307 Urban Highway Congestion Mitigation Fund; created. dead
SB308 Motor fuel establishment; presumption that owner or lessee of vehicle failed to pay, penalty. dead
SB309 Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria for ordering. continued
SB310 Mentally ill defendants; may be hospitalized if unable to care for himself. continued
SB311 Spot blight abatement; interest on liens. continued
SB312 Emissions inspection program; exemption of certain vehicles. approved
SB313 Voter registration; DMV to furnish list of non-citizens to Board of Elections. approved
SB314 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty. dead
SB315 Abortion; preservation of fetal tissue when performed on child under age 15. dead
SB316 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; penalties. dead
SB317 Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses. dead
SB318 Sexually violent predators; monitoring and supervision of those on conditional release. approved
SB319 Sexually Violent Predators Services, Office of; established. dead
SB320 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; requires sex offenders to reregister every 90 days. dead
SB321 Methamphetamine laboratories; life imprisonment if first responder suffers serious bodily injury. dead
SB322 Identity theft; penalties for appropriating designated number of persons indentity. dead
SB323 Gangs; increases penalty for third offense. dead
SB324 Teachers; salary should be competitive rate relative to member states in So. Regional Ed. Board. approved
SB325 Parking of vehicles in Capitol Square; prohibits parking of personal vehicles thereby. dead
SB326 Alcoholic beverage; sale of tastings of wine or beer. dead
SB327 Alcoholic beverage; mixed beverage restaurant licenses. approved
SB328 Alcoholic beverages; gift of samples by licensees. dead
SB329 Transportation construction and maintenance; revises allocation system. dead
SB330 Legislative appointees on certain boards. approved
SB331 Income taxes, state; establishes pilot program for refundable tax credits for tuition & textbooks. continued
SB332 Traffic offenses; additional penalties for certain violations. continued
SB333 Circuit courts; rules and procedures for tax cases. continued
SB334 Public libraries; technology protection measures. dead
SB335 Methamphetamine; modification of sentencing guidelines. dead
SB336 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities. dead
SB337 School board; referendum in Page County on question whether chairman should be elected at large. dead
SB338 Civil proceedings; privileged communications with professionals; . continued
SB339 Attorney-issued subpoenas; requires a sheriff to serve. dead
SB340 Circuit court; standardizes removal of certain cases from district court to circuit court. continued
SB341 Jurisdiction of corporate authorities of cities and towns; traffic cases included in offenses. dead
SB342 School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially. approved
SB343 Jails, regional; exempts certain counties from funding limitation. dead
SB344 Gangs; person on probation prohibited from any contact. approved
SB345 False identification cards; used for establishing residency, penalty. approved
SB346 Highways; payments to Town of Broadway for maintenance, construction, or reconstruction thereof. continued
SB347 Motorcycles; emergency lights on those used by law enforcement. continued
SB348 Internet; penalty for facilitating payment by children to access sexually explicit material thereon. approved
SB349 Halal and kosher food; regulation of sale, penalty. approved
SB350 Sex offenders; list of offenses to include communications system. dead
SB351 Juveniles; release of information. dead
SB352 Psychiatric Inpatient Commitment of Minors Act; special justices. dead
SB353 Involuntary admission or certification order; appeal. approved
SB354 Labeling of foods; identification as kosher or halal, penalty. dead
SB355 Severance benefits; restrictions for state employees. dead
SB356 Housing authorities; powers of regional and consolidated. dead
SB357 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). approved
SB358 Real estate tax; exemption in redevelopment or conservation areas, etc. approved
SB359 Southwest Va. Veterans Cemetery; Dept. of Veterans Services authorized to accept donated property. approved
SB360 Mentally ill defendants; may be hospitalized if unable to care for himself. dead
SB361 Workers' compensation; coverage for first responders during state of emergency. dead
SB362 Death penalty; restricted for those 18 yrs. or older at time of offense. approved
SB363 Commonwealth Preparedness, Office of; created. approved
SB364 Workforce Transition Act; provides gubernatorial appointees shall be covered thereunder. approved
SB365 Coal; tax credits. approved
SB366 T.C. Williams High School; opening 2006 school year. approved
SB367 Drug treatment courts; established in City of Newport News. approved
SB368 Video games; displaying rating symbols of certain. continued
SB369 Domestic relations documents; certain required information be contained in separate addendum. approved
SB370 Cord Blood Bank Initiative; established. approved
SB371 Subdivision ordinance; optional provisions in Fairfax County. approved
SB372 Law-enforcement vehicle; penalty for impersonating or misrepresenting. dead
SB373 Development rights; localities provide for transfer thereof from parcel located in locality. approved
SB374 Single-family dwellings; deletes certain optional provisions regarding clustering thereof. approved
SB375 Sex offenders; list of offenses to include communications system. dead
SB376 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. dead
SB377 Health insurance; benefits for reservists called to active duty. continued
SB378 Motor fuel establishment; driving off without paying for gasoline. approved
SB379 District court; parties not represented by counsel. approved
SB380 Gas utilities; performance-based regulation. approved
SB381 Recognizance bonds; provision for default. approved
SB382 Unemployment comp.; disqualifiies public school teacher for failure to comply with requirements. dead
SB383 Posting of information on Internet; repeals sunset. continued
SB384 Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures. continued
SB385 Income tax, state; refund checkoff for Military Family Relief Fund of Virginia. dead
SB386 Alcoholic beverage; exception to tied house law. approved
SB387 Deer hunting; changes in provisions. continued
SB388 Judges; increases number in circuit court. approved
SB389 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; membership. dead
SB390 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; Supreme Court to adopt rules governing discovery. continued
SB391 Judges; increases number in general district court. approved
SB392 Driver's license; operating vehicle with suspended license, penalty. continued
SB393 Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local law-enforcement officers. dead
SB394 Eminent domain; public uses shall not include taking of private property through exercise thereof. dead
SB395 Enhanced Public Safety Telephone Services Act; expands jurisdiction of Wireless E-11 Services Board. approved
SB396 Alcoholic beverages; certain exemption in home of another for underage. approved
SB397 Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted. dead
SB398 Health insurance credits; teachers and other local school board employees. dead
SB399 Unclaimed property; establishes a minimum reportable amount. dead
SB400 Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; created. approved
SB401 Confederate cemeteries and graves; Sons of Confederate Veterans to receive funds for care of. approved
SB402 Wage garnishment; liens. approved
SB403 Land Conservation Incentives Act; tax credit. dead
SB404 Personal property taxes; rate for generating equipment of electric suppliers. approved
SB405 Charter; Town of Elkton. approved
SB406 Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area. approved
SB407 Solid waste disposal; Accomack, Highland, and Wise Counties authorized to levy fee therefor. approved
SB408 R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Memorial Park; corrects full name of property conveyed to State. dead
SB409 Land Conservation Foundation; authorized to award moneys from Fund for purchases. approved
SB410 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby. approved
SB411 No Child Left Behind Act; state to withdraw from participation in federal act. dead
SB412 Intermodal Office; specific functions and goals in the Office of Secretary of Transportation. approved
SB413 Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund. continued
SB414 Birth certificates; prohibits both parties of same-sex couple from being listed thereon. dead
SB415 Burning of woods, etc.; extends period in which prescribed material can occur. approved
SB416 Health professions; Board of Dentistry to issue temporary permits for certain clinicians. approved
SB417 Personal property tax; seperate classifications of machinery and tools used in businesses. approved
SB418 Cigarette tax; deduction of bad debts from taxes owed. approved
SB419 Farmland and forestland plans; directs state agencies to submit annually. approved
SB420 Family day homes; unlawful to operate family day home if any employee is convicted sex offender. approved
SB421 Criminal history record information check; required for those providing care to children, etc. approved
SB422 Practitioners of natural foods, etc.; exemptions to licensure requirements. continued
SB423 Highway construction districts; list of localities within, & membership of Transportation Board. dead
SB424 Electronic voting equipment; pertaining to procedures and requirements. continued
SB425 Interstate Public-Private Transportation Partnership Compact; created approved
SB426 Health care services; reduced rate for medically indigent. dead
SB427 Residential Landlord Tenant Act; confidentiality of tenant records. approved
SB428 Congenital Anomalies Reporting and Education System; secure system to be provided. approved
SB429 Board of Elections; increases size thereof, creates Director of Elections position. vetoed
SB430 Condominium Act; authorizing condominium association to be applicants in land use matters. approved
SB431 Route 674; prohibition on transportation of hazardous materials in Fairfax County. continued
SB432 Compensation Board; membership. continued
SB433 Mortgage satisfaction; provisions. approved
SB434 Paper ballots; used for assisting voters at curbside & when voting equipment is inoperable. approved
SB435 Elections; representatives to have unobstructed view of officers of election. approved
SB436 Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties. approved
SB437 Transportation Board; election of certain members by legislative appointing authorities. dead
SB438 Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision. approved
SB439 Sole physical custody; one person retains responsibility for daily care and control of child. dead
SB440 Standards of Quality; Standards of Learning assessments to reflect contributions of diverse people. dead
SB441 Correctional Education, Board of; changes membership to provide appointments of teachers. dead
SB442 Advisory Board on Teacher Education & Licensure; nonlegislative members appointed by Governor. continued
SB443 Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program and Fund; increases educational oppotunity. approved
SB444 Marriage license; proof of citizenship. dead
SB445 Divorce decrees; removes requirement that decree include each party's social security number. dead
SB446 Registered agent; fee for recording name thereof. approved
SB447 Mortgage satisfaction; provisions. dead
SB448 Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act; reenacted. approved
SB449 Disposition of surplus materials; adds online public auction as means for State to dispose thereby. approved
SB450 Lead poisoning; lead hazard control or identification of child being poisoned thereof. approved
SB451 Machete; illegal to brandish in threatening manner. dead
SB452 Motor vehicles; approaching certain stationary vehicles on highways. continued
SB453 Traffic light signals; use of photo-monitoring systems in certain localities. dead
SB454 High-occupancy lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean fuel license plates. approved
SB455 Local electoral boards; certain prohibitions. dead
SB456 Nurse practitioners; expands prescriptive authority. approved
SB457 Sheriff; courthouse security. approved
SB458 Income tax, state; credit for certain health care practitioners. dead
SB459 Land use proceedings; public disclosures by members of boards of supervisors. dead
SB460 Identity theft; increase in penalty. approved
SB461 Public Records Act; timely destruction of records. approved
SB462 State-owned properties; state agencies to identify & maintain historic resources, report. approved
SB463 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Montgomery County to impose. approved
SB464 Charter; City of Roanoke. dead
SB465 Freedom of Information Act; political subdivisions to conduct electronic communication meetings. dead
SB466 Clerks, sheriffs, etc.; not to receive payment from treasury for services rendered in certain cases. continued
SB467 Williamsburg Area Transit Authority; created. approved
SB468 Transient occupancy tax; eliminates sunset provision in Counties of James City and York. approved
SB469 District courts; remove case to circuit ct. if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional. dead
SB470 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. dead
SB471 DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense. continued
SB472 Absentee ballot applications; registrar may compare voter's signature on ballot to registration. dead
SB473 Predicate criminal act; addition to list of crimes included in definition. approved
SB474 Insurers; actuarial statements. approved
SB475 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include semiconductor production. approved
SB476 Road indebtedness, local; state to match funds generated by transportation referendum. dead
SB477 Limited liability companies; issuance of certificate of organization upon filing of articles. approved
SB478 Retail sales and use tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
SB479 Water and sewer liens; Manassas Park authorized to provide charges for service. approved
SB480 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
SB481 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds juvenile probation and parole officers. dead
SB482 Law practices; allows those who are not active members of State Bar to render professional services. approved
SB483 Grass & weeds, high; Hampton Roads area to require by ordinance cutting thereof. dead
SB484 Jimmy Maloney Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 60W. approved
SB485 Jack L. Massie Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 199 twin bridges over College Creek. approved
SB486 Virginia Military Institute; reduces minimum number of cadets admitted annually free. approved
SB487 Health insurance; State to support federal efforts to encourage pooling thereof. approved
SB488 Certified nurse midwives; clarifies relationship with licensed physicians. approved
SB489 Child support orders; specifies date that support orders are effective and payment due dates. dead
SB490 Sexually transmitted infections; requires four-year colleges & univ. to provide free STI testing. continued
SB491 Dogs; penalty when recklessly controlling or handling. dead
SB492 Easements; land locked parcels. continued
SB493 State contracts; requires bidders to disclose country of origin of goods, insurance, etc. dead
SB494 Chief Workforce Development Officer; Governor to serve as or designate senior staff member. approved
SB495 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance. dead
SB496 ABC Board; issuance of mixed beverage licenses. approved
SB497 Fraud crimes; venue for prosecution thereof. approved
SB498 Fire Programs Fund; revising allocations to eligible localities. approved
SB499 Home instruction; requires persons providing home instruction to hold a high school diploma. approved
SB500 Corrections, Board of; membership and powers. dead
SB501 Residential community programs; nonviolent criminals opportunity to participate. dead
SB502 School board; members to appoint a tiebreaker in case of a tie vote. approved
SB503 Town of Honaker; charter. approved
SB504 Estate tax; conformity of state and federal statutes. dead
SB505 Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created. dead
SB506 Coal and gas road improvement tax; localities to use revenue to repair existing water & sewer lines. approved
SB507 Sewage treatment facilities; establishing a governing board. approved
SB508 Retirement System; state police and state and local law-enforcement officers. dead
SB509 Real property; special damages for intentional injury thereto. dead
SB510 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. dead
SB511 Regional industrial facilities authority; may create with two or more localities. approved
SB512 Low-water bridge; VDOT to reimburse Dickenson County for expenses in reconstructing thereof. dead
SB513 Coalbed methane well-pooling orders; interests in drilling units, conflicting claims. approved
SB514 Private roads; Counties of Dickenson & Tazewell added to provision allowing maintenance thereof. approved
SB515 Line of Duty Act; disabled state employees. approved
SB516 Motor vehicles; use of warning lights, etc. while operating in emergency situations. dead
SB517 Practice of naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements. continued
SB518 License plates, special; issuance to members of State Defense Force. approved
SB519 Hospitals; if designated Medicare dependent then considered rural. approved
SB520 Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB521 Personal property, tangible; establishes separate class for certain aircraft. approved
SB522 License taxes, local; localities to select date to apply therefor. approved
SB523 Tractor-semitrailer combinations; exemption for certain from length limit. approved
SB524 Drug-free school zones; includes licensed child day centers. approved
SB525 Health maintenance organization; may license insurance company, etc. plan that organizes & operates. continued
SB526 Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman. approved
SB527 Meherrin River; portion in Brunswick County designated as state scenic river. approved
SB528 Boating; requires safety course and sets maximum speed limit for Smith Mountain Lake. continued
SB529 Credit unions; charges on loans. approved
SB530 Credit union; notification to Commissioner of Financial Institutions of participation. approved
SB531 Credit unions; minors' accounts. approved
SB532 Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County. approved
SB533 Driver's licenses, provisional; restriction on using cellular phones and wireless devices. dead
SB534 Adoption laws; creation of putative father registry. approved
SB535 Economic Crisis Strike Force; created. approved
SB536 Retirement System; cash match plan for state employees. approved
SB537 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; membership. approved
SB538 Higher educational articulation agreements; requires agreements between four-yr. & community col. approved
SB539 Private College Enrollment Grant Fund; created. dead
SB540 Community College Transfer Grant Program Fund; created. dead
SB541 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; created, report. dead
SB542 In-state tuition; limitation on eligibility. approved
SB543 Witness; allows in child and spousal support proceedings. approved
SB544 Neighborhood Assistance Act; Schools for Students with Disabilities Fund, created. dead
SB545 Scholarship for Disabled Students Program; created. continued
SB546 Insurance companies; dividends and distributions. approved
SB547 Limited liability companies; establishes procedures thereof. approved
SB548 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; board members may be appointed for as many terms desired. approved
SB549 Pretrial motions or objections; when defense may raise in circuit and district courts. approved
SB550 Law Officers' Retirement System; includes emergency medical technicians. dead
SB551 Energy efficient vehicles; purchased or leased by State shall be of high fuel economy. dead
SB552 Human biological evidence; orders regarding destruction thereof, penalty. approved
SB553 Drugs; punishment for distributing, manufacturing, etc.. approved
SB554 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty. dead
SB555 Transportation Safety Fund; created. dead
SB556 Secretary of Public Safety; adds Department of Forensic Science. approved
SB557 Freedom of Information; Forensic Science Board & Scientific Advisory Committee have closed meeting. approved
SB558 Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; Board of Directors to appoint executive director. approved
SB559 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; increases penalties for certain sex crimes. approved
SB560 Campus safety; Department of Criminal Justice Services to develop training standards thereof. approved
SB561 Gang information; juvenile records. approved
SB562 Indigent Defense Commission; powers and duties. approved
SB563 Forensic Science, Department of; powers and duties thereof. approved
SB564 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; duties thereof. approved
SB565 Master Jet Base; use of land adjacent to thereto. approved
SB566 Probation officers; investigations and reports required thereby in certain cases. approved
SB567 Juvenile record information; dissemination thereof to Criminal Sentencing Commission. approved
SB568 State-owned buildings; energy audits required thereof. continued
SB569 Custody and visitation; court may order confidential mental health records concerning a parent. continued
SB570 Controlled substances; person convicted of possession, penalty. dead
SB571 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for certain school supplies, clothing, and footwear. approved
SB572 Sentencing revocation reports, etc.; completion and use thereof. dead
SB573 Court-appointed counsel; removes monetary caps on fees. dead
SB574 Immature animals; prohibits giving away if under two months old in quantities of less than six. approved
SB575 Retail Sales and Use Tax; mixed use developments that include affordable housing. dead
SB576 Ticket scalping; locality may issue an ordinance providing that it is unlawful. dead
SB577 Warrantless searches; law-enforcement officer may search without if person signed waiver. continued
SB578 Sex offenders; presumption of no bail for person charged with certain offense. approved
SB579 Felonies; DNA analysis after arrest for capital murder. approved
SB580 Abortions; type of licensure required of physicians who perform. dead
SB581 Higher educational institutions; disclose all factors used in admission decisions. dead
SB582 Easement; placing objects that create visual nuisance. dead
SB583 Income tax, state; tax payers have one year to file amended return after change in another state. approved
SB584 Child abuse or neglect; requires physician to report teenage pregnancies if child is under age 15. dead
SB585 Kinship care; allows caregivers access to all foster care services. continued
SB586 Insurers; change of domicile. approved
SB587 Business entities; renewal application of reservation of name. approved
SB588 Preservation of order at elections; law-enforcement officer to maintain order at polling place. dead
SB589 General registrars; performance reviews. approved
SB590 State Board of Elections; training of local electoral board members and general registrars. approved
SB591 Charter; City of Colonial Heights approved
SB592 Open-end management investment company; board of directors to classify unissued shares into classes. approved
SB593 Reinsurance intermediaries and managing general agents; licensure. approved
SB594 Fertilizers; regulation therof. continued
SB595 Retail Sales and Use Tax; refund for exempted entities. dead
SB596 Relief of the Rainbow Forest Recreation Association. dead
SB597 License tax, local; separate rate for fuel distributors. approved
SB598 Motor vehicle equity loans; penalties. continued
SB599 Physical education; requires school boards to require to be taught in grades K-12. continued
SB600 Alcoholic beverage; increases tax thereof. continued
SB601 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for semiconductor wafers. approved
SB602 Criminal history background checks; required for employees of providers licensed by DMHMRSAS. dead
SB603 Health benefits; provides for continuation thereof for certain judges. dead
SB604 Criminal background checks, national; fingerprints provided to certain qualified entities. continued
SB605 Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers of Department of Conservation & Recreation. dead
SB606 Transportation Board; election of certain members by General Assembly. dead
SB607 Recount procedures; requires hard copy optical scan ballots to be rerun. dead
SB608 Claims; Rufus Thomas, Jr. dead
SB609 Claims; Troy D. Hopkins. approved
SB610 Physicians; extends sunset provision to purchase medical malpractice insurance. approved
SB611 Therapeutic Incarceration Program; created, report. continued
SB612 Prisoner Reentry Fund; created, rates for telephone services. dead
SB613 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; excludes municipal utilities. approved
SB614 Interstate Transportation Compact; created. approved
SB615 Child Day Care Regulations; establishes staff-to-child ratios. dead
SB616 Electrical transmission facilities; satisfies local zoning requirements. dead
SB617 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness, youth soccer, etc. approved
SB618 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide. continued
SB619 Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim. continued
SB620 Nursing homes, etc.; authorized to hire certain persons convicted of misdemeanors. approved
SB621 Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs by property owner. continued
SB622 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; use of private security business fees. dead
SB623 Condominium Act; responsibility for insurance deductibles. dead
SB624 Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; Fund includes dam safety, report. approved
SB625 Carousel Site; conveyance of property to nonmunicipal entity in City of Hampton. dead
SB626 Water Quality Improvement Fund; revenues from lodging shall be deposited thereof. continued
SB627 Recount procedures; requires hard copy optical scan ballots to be rerun therein. dead
SB628 Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties. dead
SB629 Illegal aliens; employment thereof, cause of action. dead
SB630 Retail Sales and Use Tax revenue; increases amount to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB631 Condemnation of property; definition of public uses. dead
SB632 Neurological birth-related injury cases; review of certain cases. approved
SB633 Courthouse security fee. dead
SB634 Subaqueous permits; additional platform to serve as water-dependent use. approved
SB635 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. continued
SB636 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
SB637 Circuit court; issuance of warrants by judges. approved
SB638 Victims of domestic violence; use of alternative contact information by health care providers. dead
SB639 Expert witness; increase in fee for rendering professional service. dead
SB640 Dance halls; regulation in locality. dead
SB641 General Assembly; members prohibited to accept gifts during legislative sessions, penalty. dead
SB642 Route 610; bridge in Wythe County to be repaired and maintained. dead
SB643 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; includes certain provisions. continued
SB644 Water Quality Improvement Fund; disbursement of grant moneys. approved
SB645 Airport fees and charges; limits authority to impose off-site fees. dead
SB646 Primary elections; dates and procedures, date of June primary. dead
SB647 Stillbirth; modifies law relating to certificate of birth resulting therein. dead
SB648 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public places, civil penalty. dead
SB649 Drug treatment courts; eliminates requirement for General Assembly approval. dead
SB650 Nicely Memorial Bridge; designating as I-64 bridge over Cowpasture River in Alleghany County. approved
SB651 Air emissions control; Department of Environmental Quality shall promulgate regulations. approved
SB652 Passenger rail transportation liability; limitations. approved
SB653 Secondhand dealers; adds regulation thereof to current statutes regulating pawnbrokers. continued
SB654 Precious metals dealers; required to obtain thumbprints of both hands of individual selling item. continued
SB655 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue from certain public facilities for certain designated cities. approved
SB656 Student, new; certain information required upon registration to public school. approved
SB657 State law-enforcement employees; clarifies current overtime compensation provisions. dead
SB658 Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters. continued
SB659 Estate tax; conformity of state and federal statutes. dead
SB660 Physicians; extends immunity for failure to review and respond to report or result of test. dead
SB661 Income tax, corporate; employer-provided commuting benefits tax credit. dead
SB662 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; certification of small, woman- or minority-owned. approved
SB663 Transportation needs of populations with limited mobility; specific mobility goals to be addressed. approved
SB664 Higher educational institutions; to purchase directly from state contracts. approved
SB665 Human Rights Council; name change, establishes Human Rights Office within. dead
SB666 Public-Private Transportation Act; allocation of concession payments. approved
SB667 Carbon monoxide detectors; required in certain rental dwelling units in State. continued
SB668 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; changes sunset date. approved
SB669 Motor carrier transportation contracts; indemnification clauses. approved
SB670 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of resource protection areas. approved
SB671 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; to provide state matching funds for federal program. dead
SB672 Compulsory school attendance; truancy and chronic tardiness. dead
SB673 Local government; benefit coverage for employees and retired employees. dead
SB674 Criminal records; disclosure of those expunged. dead
SB675 Higher educational institutions; management agreements, report. approved
SB676 School for the Deaf & Blind at Staunton, & School for Deaf, Blind, & Multi-Disabled at Hampton. vetoed
SB677 In-state tuition rates; prohibited for certain individuals. continued
SB678 Motor fuels taxes; elimination of refunds for fuels used in operating certain watercraft. dead
SB679 Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment. continued
SB680 Alcoholic beverage control; permissible conduct by manufacturers, and wine or beer wholesalers. dead
SB681 Cash proffers; road improvements. approved
SB682 Shenandoah; designating as interim State song. dead
SB683 High school diploma; Board of Education to establish requirements thereof for students with LEP. approved
SB684 Medical care facility; exempts from definition certain specialized centers for provision of MRI. continued
SB685 Alcoholic beverage control; permissible conduct by manufacturers, and wine or beer wholesalers. approved
SB686 Transportation Future Fund; created. dead
SB687 Teacher education programs; Board of Education shall not condition full approval. approved
SB688 Public utilities; SCC to establish procedure for lines that cross railroads. approved
SB689 Workforce Council; change in membership. vetoed
SB690 Income tax, corporate; increases clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit. approved
SB691 Adoption; prohibited to sexually violent offenders. approved
SB692 Blight abatement; authorizes localities to place lien on properties repaired or acquired. continued
SB693 Capitol Square, Council on; created. dead
SB694 Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses. dead
SB695 Boats; local control over operation. continued
SB696 Reversion of certain land; Governor to convey interest thereof to locality in which located. continued
SB697 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures. continued
SB698 Income tax, corporate; business facility job tax credit. dead
SB699 Transportation planning; coordination of state and local. approved
SB700 Public employment; discrimination prohibited. dead
SB701 Transportation; provides for new funding therefor in Northern Virginia. dead
SB702 Health regulatory board; investigations of licensees, certificate holders or registrants thereby. approved
SB703 Nursing education programs; to include instruction in child abuse recognition & intervention. approved
SB704 Family day homes; those not covered by liability insurance. approved
SB705 State Government Programs, Joint Commission on; created, report. continued
SB706 Cable television systems; licensing and regulation thereof. approved
SB707 Cable service; establishes franchising procedures. dead
SB708 Transportation needs; provides several mechanisms for funding, report. dead
SB709 Community College System; comprehensive, integrated workforce training system established. dead
SB710 K-14 educational partnerships; created. continued
SB711 Electric Utility Restructuring, Commission on; powers and duties. approved
SB712 Motorized scooters and skateboards; localities to adopt ordinances regulating noise. approved
SB713 Affordable housing; development for low- and moderate-income persons. continued
SB714 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for extraction and processing of natural gas and oil. approved
SB715 School boards; extends length of temporary loan. approved
SB716 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment in part of boundary. approved
SB717 Law-enforcement officers; those retired may purchase service handguns. approved
SB718 Hunters for Hungry; increases big game license to be allocated thereto. dead
SB719 Petroleum product pipelines; prohibits any public service company from acquiring property therefor. dead
SB720 Highway user fees; localities may establish. approved
SB721 Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program. approved
SB722 DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers, use of fees collected. dead
SB723 Vehicle registration fees; additional fee for transportation purposes. dead
SB724 Traffic impact analysis; localities to prepare and consider prior to approving zoning ordinances. dead
SB725 Motor vehicle insurance license tax; revenue dedicated to mass transit. dead
SB726 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; increases tax. dead
SB727 Disabled veterans, special; certification of businesses owned thereby. continued
SB728 Primary elections; dates and procedures, date of September primary. dead
SB729 Roll-your-own tobacco; classified as cigarette, imposition of tax on selling or dealing thereof. approved
SB730 Faith-based community services; Dept. of Social Services to coordinate offers of assistance. approved
SB731 Real estate reassessment; notice of change. approved
SB732 Public Procurement Act; design-build projects by local public bodies, methods of procurement. approved
SB5001 Budget Bill. dead
SB5002 Budget Bill. dead
SB5003 Budget Bill; continuation for twelve months. dead
SB5004 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; may impose tolls for use of newly constructed facility. dead
SB5005 Zoning ordinance; locality may modify or deny request for rezoning when concerns transportation. dead
SB5006 Transportation Trust Fund; funding in connection with rezoning application. dead
SB5007 Transportation funding for No. Va.; imposition of fees by localities for transportation projects. dead
SB5008 Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; established. dead
SB5009 Regional transportation authorities; created, report. dead
SB5010 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; created. dead
SB5011 Public-Private Transportation Act, & Public-Private Educa. Facilities & Infrastructure Act; records. approved
SB5012 Transportation funding for N. Va.; imposition of taxes and fees by localities for transportation. dead
SB5013 Transportation; provides several mechanisms for funding thereof within State. dead
SB5014 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; created. dead
SB5015 Interstate 81 regional transportation authorities; created, report. dead
SB5016 Transportation funding for N. Va.; imposition of taxes and fees by localities for transportation. dead
SB5017 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; may impose tolls for use of newly constructed facility. dead
SB5018 Income tax, individual; State Treasurer to return general funds to certain taxpayers. dead
SB5019 Estate tax, and land preservation tax credit; changes in provisions therefor, report. approved
SB5020 Budget Bill. dead
SB5021 Highway construction funds; allows Transportation Board to allocate therefrom for construction proj. dead
SB5022 Revenue-sharing funds; modifies program of state matching funds in certain localities. dead
SB5023 VDOT; required to prepare and disseminate annual statistical report. dead
SB5024 Income tax, state; provides a tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments. dead
SB5025 Tangible personal property tax relief; repealed. dead
SB5026 Cigarette and tobacco products tax; increases, revenue to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB5027 Route 58 Corridor; authorizing Transportation Board to issue bonds therefor. dead
SJ1 Commending the Virginia School Boards Association on the occasion of its 100th birthday. passed
SJ2 Interstate Routes 77 and 81; Department of Transportation to study needed improvements thereto. dead
SJ3 I-77 & 81; Dept. of Transportation to study improved highway connections in Wythe County. dead
SJ4 Health insurance premiums; Joint Commission on Health Care to study increase in health care costs. passed
SJ5 Celebrating the life of Fred Dennis Nester. passed
SJ6 Celebrating the life of Virgia Brown Hobson. passed
SJ7 Celebrating the life of Zeb Stuart Scales. passed
SJ8 Commending Wallace Sanford, III. passed
SJ9 Commending Melissa Chambers. passed
SJ10 Celebrating the life of Giles Henry Miller, Jr. passed
SJ11 Celebrating the life of John Cole Goolrick. passed
SJ12 Designating the last full week of September each year as 'Virginia Responsible Dog Ownership Week.' passed
SJ13 Commending Debi Goforth. passed
SJ14 Commending John Scott. passed
SJ15 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). continued
SJ16 Celebrating the life of Drucilla T. Carter. passed
SJ17 Commending Saran Bell-Day. passed
SJ18 Celebrating the life of Richard Arnold Wilson. passed
SJ19 Celebrating the life of Dr. B. J. Tucker. passed
SJ20 Celebrating the life of Georgia B. Rimple. passed
SJ21 Celebrating the life of Dorothy J. Price. passed
SJ22 Celebrating the life of George Calvin Duggins. passed
SJ23 Commending participants of the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act. passed
SJ24 Commending Dr. Marie V. McDemmond. passed
SJ25 Overhead utility lines; joint subcommittee to study feasibility & costs of placement underground. dead
SJ26 Celebrating the life of Bernice Jackson Everson. passed
SJ27 Celebrating the life of Theophlise Lee Twitty. passed
SJ28 Celebrating the life of Mozelle Price Russell. passed
SJ29 Celebrating the life of Sheila M. Williams. passed
SJ30 Celebrating the life of Joe Nathan Allen. passed
SJ31 Commending Mary E. Johnson. passed
SJ32 Commending Maria Cecire. passed
SJ33 Commending the Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men, Inc. passed
SJ34 Children; need to address issues relating to care thereof. dead
SJ35 Commending Angie Wilkerson. passed
SJ36 Commending William Jacobs. passed
SJ37 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Italian American Cultural Society of Virginia. passed
SJ38 Beekeepers; Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to study plight thereof. passed
SJ39 Southeastern Va. Training Center; study relocation thereof to benefit State & City of Chesapeake. dead
SJ40 Uniform Statewide Building Code; Dept of Housing and Community Development to study strengthening. dead
SJ41 Resolution. Celebrating the life of Lieutenant James Edward Weaver. passed
SJ42 Memorial resolution; Reverend Dr. Henry W. Whittle. passed
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Emma Ross Hoffler. passed
SJ44 Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. passed
SJ45 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). continued
SJ46 Immigrants; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study impact of those undocumented. continued
SJ47 Real ID Act of 2005, federal; joint subcommittee to study impact of implementation thereof. dead
SJ48 Electoral boards and registrars, local; joint subcom. to study administration of election process. dead
SJ49 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference). continued
SJ50 Highways; VDOT to study feasibility of limiting large, etc. vehicle use thereof during peak hours. dead
SJ51 Government databases and data communications; study adequacy of security. passed
SJ52 Commending Brian Hendricks. dead
SJ53 Support agencies, national; commending those that assist National Guard and Reserves. passed
SJ54 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Nicholas Cain Kirven. passed
SJ55 Commending Springfield American Legion Post #176 on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ56 Commending Maya Davis. passed
SJ57 Landfills; memorializing Congress to take all action necessary to protect citizens of VA & NC. dead
SJ58 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). continued
SJ59 Route 1; Department of Rail & Public Transportation to study need for improvements to public trans. passed
SJ60 Road system; joint subcommittee to study role of State in meeting future transportation needs. passed
SJ61 Celebrating the life of Marguerite Bozarth Davis. passed
SJ62 Celebrating the life of Trist Bringier McConnell. passed
SJ63 Celebrating the life of Vernon Meredith Geddy, Jr. passed
SJ64 Commending John H. Chichester. passed
SJ65 Commending Jones, Blechman, Woltz and Kelly, P.C. passed
SJ66 Commending the Bethel High School girls' track team. passed
SJ67 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Lee Arthur Lewis Jr. passed
SJ68 Commending NASA's initiatives and Vision for Space Exploration. passed
SJ69 Commending the Virginia Choral Society on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed
SJ70 Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc.; designating as official transit museum of State. passed
SJ71 Income tax; study imposition of local tax instead of current tax source. dead
SJ72 Overhead utility lines; joint subcommittee to study feasibility & costs of placement underground. dead
SJ73 Utility distribution lines; SCC to study requiring underground placement in redevelopment areas. continued
SJ74 Enactment clauses; Code Commission directed to make recommendations thereof. dead
SJ75 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; Board of Elections to continue its review thereof. passed
SJ76 Commending Kristen K. Clark. passed
SJ77 Commending Logan McConnell. passed
SJ78 Constitutional amendment; Highway and Trasnportation Trust Funds, (first reference). continued
SJ79 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of prop. (1st ref). continued
SJ80 Energy plan, comprehensive; Secretary of Natural Resources to study development thereof. dead
SJ81 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain owner-occupied residences from taxation (1st ref). continued
SJ82 Water systems; JLARC to study small community public water systems. passed
SJ83 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund, continued (first reference). continued
SJ84 Study; redistricting process; report. dead
SJ85 Civilian Conservation Corps Day. passed
SJ86 Dulles Toll Road; joint sub. to study desirability of selling or leasing to private operator. dead
SJ87 Constitutional amendment; localities to be partially exempt from real property tax. approved
SJ88 Transportation and land use planning; joint subcommittee to study integration thereof. dead
SJ89 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). continued
SJ90 Physicians and Hospitals, Joint Subcommittee Studying Risk Management Plans for; continued. passed
SJ91 Incarcerated persons; joint subcommittee to study increasing access to higher education therefor. dead
SJ92 Constitutional amendment (second resolution); marriage. approved
SJ93 Sheriffs departments; JLARC to study staffing standards. continued
SJ94 Open space & farmlands; joint sub. to study funding sources for purchase of development rights. passed
SJ95 Incarceration; joint sub. to study effects on children, families, communities, and economy. dead
SJ96 At-Risk Youth & Families, Comprehensive Services for; study cost effectiveness thereof. passed
SJ97 Contraception, Plan B; encourage FDA to approve. dead
SJ98 State employee; joint subcommittee to study grievance procedure therefor. continued
SJ99 Police cadet academy; joint subcommittee to study development thereof. dead
SJ100 Constitutional Amendment; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference). continued
SJ101 Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.). continued
SJ102 Revenue estimates; joint subcommittee of G. A. established to oversee provision thereof. dead
SJ103 Lead Poisoning Prevention, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed
SJ104 Constitutional amendment; certain armed forces exempt from property taxation. continued
SJ105 Standards of Learning assess.; to consider increase in certain studies related to minorities. dead
SJ106 Barrier crime laws; to study impact on social service and health care employers, etc. passed
SJ107 Childhood lead poisoning; memorandum of agreement relating to prevention thereof, report. dead
SJ108 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; joint subcommittee to study tax for vehicles with low emissions. dead
SJ109 Commemorating 2006 as the Official 70th Anniversary of Virginia State Parks. passed
SJ110 Commending Robert N. Baldwin. passed
SJ111 Commending Kathy L. Mays. passed
SJ112 Commending Edgar E. Maroney. passed
SJ113 Celebrating the life of Harry Macon Lumsden. passed
SJ114 Celebrating the life of Ernest Parker, Sr. passed
SJ115 Commending Dr. Carol S. Beers. passed
SJ116 Commending Corinne Garland. passed
SJ117 Celebrating the life of Jack L. Massie. passed
SJ118 Celebrating the life of Norman G. Beatty. passed
SJ119 Commending Timothy J. Sullivan. passed
SJ120 Sex offenders; Crime Commission to study monitoring in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. passed
SJ121 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers. continued
SJ122 Medicaid; JLARC, et al., to monitor changes in federal restrictions on sheltering assets to qualify. passed
SJ123 Civilian employees; VEC to study feasibility of providing trailing spouse coverage. dead
SJ124 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
SJ125 Autism spectrum disorders; Board of Education, et al. to study education and treatment thereof. passed
SJ126 Prisoner Reentry to Society, Program for; Joint Subcommittee Studying, continued. passed
SJ127 Confirming Governor's appointments; agency heads. passed
SJ128 Confirming Governor's appointments; administration. passed
SJ129 Confirming Governor's appointments; agriculture and forestry. passed
SJ130 Confirming Governor's appointments; commerce and trade. passed
SJ131 Confirming Governor's appointments; education. passed
SJ132 Confirming Governor's appointments; finance. passed
SJ133 Confirming Governor's appointments; health and human resources. passed
SJ134 Confirming Governor's appointments; natural resources. passed
SJ135 Confirming Governor's appointments; public safety. passed
SJ136 Confirming Governor's appointments; technology. passed
SJ137 Confirming Governor's appointments; transportation. passed
SJ138 Confirming Governor's appointments; miscellaneous positions. passed
SJ139 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers. continued
SJ140 Commending the Hampton High School football team. passed
SJ141 Celebrating the life of Warner Magajar Jones, Sr. passed
SJ142 Celebrating the life of Aubrey Woolworth Fountain, Sr. passed
SJ143 Celebrating the life of John Dresden Copenhaver. passed
SJ144 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Harry Y. Gamble. passed
SJ145 Celebrating the life of F. Wiley Hubbell. passed
SJ146 Commending Robert E. Kahn. passed
SJ147 Commending Vinton G. Cerf. passed
SJ148 Commending the McLean Little League girls' all-star softball team. passed
SJ149 Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. J. Eugene Young. passed
SJ150 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Dillon Miles Jutras. passed
SJ151 Commending Susan Clarke Schaar. passed
SJ152 Officially recognizing the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe. dead
SJ153 Celebrating the life of Marie Butler Thomas. passed
SJ154 Celebrating the life of Jerome Junius Booker, Sr. passed
SJ155 Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' volleyball team. passed
SJ156 Commending Julian H. Taliaferro. passed
SJ157 Celebrating the life of Judge James Harry Michael, Jr. passed
SJ158 Celebrating the life of Jennings Jackson Tardy. passed
SJ159 Celebrating the life of John M. Gazzola, Jr. passed
SJ160 Memorial resolution; Celebrating the life of Mignon Diane Griffin. passed
SJ161 Memorial resolution; celebrating the life of Ford T. Johnson, Sr. passed
SJ162 Celebrating the life of John D. Ringle. passed
SJ163 Commending the Virginia Student Councils Association on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ164 Commending the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals on its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ165 Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof. dead
SJ166 Humane treatment of animals; report. dead
SJ167 Memorial resolution; Celebrating the life of the Reverend James McNeal Yarbrough. passed
SJ168 Commending the Oakton High School football team. passed
SJ169 Commending the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra. passed
SJ170 Freedom of Information Day; designating as March 16, 2006, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
SJ171 Family Life Education programs; Board of Education to survey those in public schools. passed
SJ172 Commending Shelby McIntosh. passed
SJ173 Commending the Virginia Coalition for Open Government on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed
SJ174 Commending Down in the Old Belt: Voices from the Tobacco South by James P. Crawford. passed
SJ175 Celebrating the life of Dr. John A. Rawls. passed
SJ176 Confirming Governor's appointments made during the 2006 Session. passed
SJ177 Commending the National Scenic Byways' additions. passed
SJ178 Celebrating the life of Caroline Byrd Keeney. passed
SJ179 Commending Floyd County on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed
SJ180 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference). continued
SJ181 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Ayman A. Taha. passed
SJ182 Celebrating the life of Captain Christopher Petty. passed
SJ183 Celebrating the life of Major William F. Hecker III. passed
SJ184 Interstate Route 95; construction and operation of controlled access highway as alternative thereto. passed
SJ185 Inpatient psychiatric facilities, licensed; JLARC to study use and financing thereof. passed
SJ186 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ187 Commending Planters on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ188 Celebrating the life of Roger D. Groot. passed
SJ189 Celebrating the life of Alan M. Voorhees. passed
SJ190 Commending Virginia's Asian and Pacific American communities. passed
SJ191 Commending Dunn Loring, Virginia, on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed
SJ192 Celebrating the life of Gene Hampton Amos. passed
SJ193 Commending the James W. Robinson Secondary School Symphonic Band. passed
SJ194 Celebrating the life of Edward L. Kelly. passed
SJ195 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of; Clean Water Farm Award and Bay Friendly Farm Award. passed
SJ196 Commending Loretta Tate. passed
SJ197 Commending Katherine Morrison. passed
SJ198 Celebrating the life of Fred O. Funkhouser. passed
SJ199 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb. passed
SJ200 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jourdan L. Grez. passed
SJ201 Celebrating the life of William Whitehead. passed
SJ202 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Howard W. Saunders III. passed
SJ203 Commending Audrey Hatcher. passed
SJ204 Celebrating the life of Jeremiah Jonathan Jewett. passed
SJ205 Celebrating the life of Anne Kincaid. passed
SJ206 Fire and rescue squad volunteers; Department of Fire Programs, et al., to study incentives therefor. dead
SJ207 Commending William M. Anderson, Jr. passed
SJ208 Celebrating the life of Kennard Wesley Campbell. passed
SJ209 Celebrating the life of Muriel Louise Goode. passed
SJ210 Celebrating the life of Svein Jarl Lassen. passed
SJ211 Commending the Paul VI Catholic High School girls' cross country team. passed
SJ212 Celebrating the life of Lacey Virginia Barkley Harrison. passed
SJ213 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' cross country team. passed
SJ214 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' cross country team. passed
SJ215 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' soccer team. passed
SJ216 Commending the John Handley High School boys' tennis team. passed
SJ217 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' soccer team. passed
SJ218 On the death of Wilbur Doyle. passed
SJ219 Celebrating the life of Trevor Ray Cobb. passed
SJ220 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointment. passed
SJ221 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointment. passed
SJ222 Commending Mayor Michael O'Reilly. passed
SJ223 Celebrating the life of J. Frank Shepherd. passed
SJ224 Celebrating the life of L. Gene Harding. passed
SJ225 Commending the Harrison Museum of African American Culture on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed
SJ226 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant James Earl Estep. passed
SJ227 Celebrating the life of Janette Carter. passed
SJ228 Celebrating the life of Second Lieutenant Donald Ryan McGlothlin. passed
SJ229 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frederick Harmon Combs II. passed
SJ230 Celebrating the life of Bonnie Neff Hoover. passed
SJ231 Celebrating the life of Frances Ann Minor Litten. passed
SJ232 Celebrating the life of Barry Daniel Murphy. passed
SJ233 Celebrating the life of Homer Allen Long, Jr.. passed
SJ234 Celebrating the life of John F. Herrity. passed
SJ235 Commending the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia. passed
SJ236 Celebrating the life of John William Elfers. passed
SJ237 Commending Inova Mount Vernon Hospital on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
SJ238 Celebrating the life of William Thomas Rice. passed
SJ239 Commending Inova Fairfax Hospital on the occasion of its 45th anniversary. passed
SJ240 Commending Stephen H. Manster. passed
SJ241 Governor; confirming appointments. dead
SJ242 Celebrating the life of United States Marine Sergeant Sean H. Miles. passed
SJ243 Celebrating the life of Ellis W. Cline, Jr. passed
SJ244 On the death of James Clayton Boaz. passed
SJ245 Celebrating the life of Robert Clyde Boaz. passed
SJ246 Commending Bristol, Virginia, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
SJ247 Commending the Mathews Memorial Library. passed
SJ248 Commending The Giving Circle of HOPE. passed
SJ249 Commending Kfoury Construction Group. passed
SJ250 Commending Robert G. Burnley. passed
SJ251 Commending the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ252 Commending W. Tayloe Murphy, Jr. passed
SJ253 Commending Inova Health System on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ254 Celebrating the lives of Richard Alan Dunnand and Daniel Richard Dunn. passed
SJ255 Celebrating the life of Walter R. Trobaugh Jr. passed
SJ256 Celebrating the life of Julia Carpenter Stickley. passed
SJ257 Celebrating the life of James Maxwell Bays. passed
SJ258 Resolution; commending Trinity Baptist Church. passed
SJ259 Commending Doyle Rasnick. passed
SJ260 Celebrating the life of Glynn Carlock, Sr. passed
SJ261 Commending the Haymarket Woman's Club. passed
SJ262 Celebrating the life of Ronald Edward Cox. passed
SJ263 Memorial resolution; celebrating the life of William Darl Cosby, Sr. passed
SJ264 Celebrating the life of Coretta Scott King. passed
SJ265 Celebrating the life of Dr. Kennard Samuel Brackney, Sr. passed
SJ266 Celebrating the life of the Very Reverend Father Charles Goumenis. passed
SJ267 Celebrating the life of William B. Rowland, Jr. passed
SJ268 Celebrating the life of Joseph Keene. passed
SJ269 Celebrating the life of Jack Wilson Fretwell, Sr. passed
SJ270 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Sarah Katherine Small. passed
SJ271 Commending Kristi Lauren Glakas. passed
SJ272 Commending Joyce Lindsey. passed
SJ273 Commending Hinge, a graphic design and branding company. passed
SJ274 Commending McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant and M & S Grill. passed
SJ275 Commending Anita L. Smith, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Virginia Beach General District Court. passed
SJ276 Commending Flint Hill Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ277 Commending the Lebanon Baptist Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
SJ278 Commending Holmes Presbyterian Church on the occasion of its 160th anniversary. passed
SJ279 Commending Great Bridge High School. passed
SJ280 Celebrating the life of James William Myers. passed
SJ281 Celebrating the life of John William Bouldin, Jr. passed
SJ282 Celebrating the life of Reeves Edward Johnson, Sr. passed
SJ283 Governor; confirming appointments. dead
SJ284 Celebrating the life of Harold S. Tatum. passed
SJ285 Commending Robert Whitwell Wilson. passed
SJ286 Celebrating the life of Sharron Palmeter Baucom. passed
SJ287 Celebrating the life of Robert Fenton Atkins, Jr. passed
SJ288 Celebrating the life of Robert Campe Goodman. passed
SJ289 Celebrating the life of Melvin D. Davis, Sr. passed
SJ290 Commending the United States Military Entrance Processing Command at Fort Lee. passed
SJ291 Recognizing the exceptional service and career of Captain William Clark. passed
SJ292 Memorial resolution; celebrating the life of John Andrew Watson, Jr. passed
SJ293 Celebrating the life of Edna Henry Hurt Ball. passed
SJ294 Celebrating the life of Kevin Carder Manion. passed
SJ295 Commending Dr. Frank S. Turnage. passed
SJ296 Commending Colonel George B. Mason, Jr., Chief of Police, and the Virginia Capitol Police. passed
SJ297 Commending the Charity League of Martinsville and Henry County, Inc. passed
SJ298 Commending Estes Express Lines on its 75th anniversary. passed
SJ299 Commending J.J. Redick. passed
SJ300 Commending Old Dominion University on its 75th anniversary. passed
SJ301 Commending the Southwestern Youth Association passed
SJ302 Commending Patrick McGroarty. passed
SJ303 Commending Colonel William Surles McArthur, Jr. passed
SJ304 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Claude R. Kinsey, Jr. passed
SJ305 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ306 General Assembly; schedule for conduct of business for 2006 Special Session. passed
SJ5001 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ5002 Celebrating the life of Judge Beverly Andrew Davis III. passed
SJ5003 Commending the Virginia Wesleyan College men's basketball team. passed
SJ5004 Commending the Jamestown High School girls' basketball team. passed
SJ5005 Commending Giles County on the occasion of its bicentennial. passed
SJ5006 Commending the Giles High School football team. passed
SJ5007 Commending the Robinson Secondary School boys' swim and dive team. passed
SJ5008 Commending Marie Ferrando. passed
SJ5009 Interstate Route 81 Commission; established, report. dead
SJ5010 Celebrating the life of Mark Daniel DeHart. passed
SJ5011 Commending the Martinsville High School boys' basketball team. passed
SJ5012 Commending the George Mason University men's basketball team. passed
SJ5013 Commending the George Mason University men's basketball team. passed
SJ5014 Celebrating the life of Joe Broderick. passed
SJ5015 Celebrating the life of Dianne Lenhart Tremblay. passed
SJ5016 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes. dead
SJ5017 Commending Kristi Toliver. passed
SJ5018 Celebrating the life of Frank W. Rogers, Jr. passed
SJ5019 Commending Claudia Emerson. passed
SJ5020 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ5021 Celebrating the life of James J. Waters. passed
SJ5022 Commending the Town of Vienna. passed
SJ5023 Celebrating the life of Gary J. Buro. passed
SJ5024 Commending The Virginians Barbershop Chorus. passed
SJ5025 Commending Lisa A. Parrish. passed
SJ5026 Commending the Liberty University debate team. passed
SJ5027 Commending Captain Robert C. Eldridge passed
SJ5028 Celebrating the life of Vicky O. Armel. passed
SJ5029 Celebrating the life of Michael E. Garbarino. passed
SJ5030 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' basketball team. passed
SJ5031 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' basketball team. passed
SJ5032 Commending Virginia Girls State on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed
SJ5033 Commending the Culpeper County High School Band. passed
SJ5034 Commending James Blair Middle School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ5035 Celebrating the life of Officer Seneca B. Darden. passed
SJ5036 Commending Michael Morrison. passed
SJ5037 Celebrating the life of V. Earl Dickinson. passed
SJ5038 Celebrating the life of Clarence V. Cuffee. passed
SJ5039 Celebrating the life of Helen Lynch. passed
SJ5040 Commending Turner M. Spencer. passed
SJ5041 Commending the Goochland High School baseball team. passed
SJ5042 Commending the Monacan High School baseball team. passed
SJ5043 Commending Lela Richmond. passed
SJ5044 Commending the Oakton High School girls' lacrosse team. passed
SJ5045 Commending Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
SJ5046 Celebrating the life of Tom Fletcher. passed
SJ5047 Celebrating the life of Sandra Merritt Rogers. passed
SJ5048 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Calvin E. Rains, Sr. passed
SJ5049 Celebrating the life of Claudia Boyden Caldwell. passed
SJ5050 Celebrating the life of Master Chief Carl Maxie Brashear. passed
SJ5051 Celebrating the life of Phyllis Tobias Felker. passed
SJ5052 Celebrating the life of Sheriff Charles Edward Moore, Sr. passed
SJ5053 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ5054 Highway construction & maintenance; joint subcom. to study granting more responsibility to locality. dead
SJ5055 NAFTA Superhighway System; urging Congress to prevent implementation thereof. dead
SJ5056 Appointments; 2006 Sp. Session I shall not consider any communicated by Governor after 9-15-06. passed
SJ5057 Celebrating the life of Dr. Lloyd Fick Moss, Sr. passed
SJ5058 Celebrating the life of Lambuth Clarke. passed
SJ5059 Celebrating the life of Mary Magdalene Powell. passed
SJ5060 Celebrating the life of Clyde McDaniel. passed
SJ5061 Celebrating the life of Marian Hornsby Bowditch. passed
SJ5062 Celebrating the life of Freeland Everett. passed
SJ5063 Commending the Honorable Glen Morgan Williams. passed
SJ5064 Commending The Union Star on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ5065 Commending India Meissel. passed
SJ5066 Commending Seong's Martial Arts Academy on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed
SJ5067 Commending Gwen P. Smith. passed
SJ5068 Commending Barboursville Vineyards on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
SJ5069 Commending the Arlington Historical Society on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ5070 Commending Donna Reynolds. passed
SJ5071 Celebrating the life of Corporal Eric Evine Sutphin. passed
SJ5072 Celebrating the life of Derrick McFarland. passed
SR1 Rules of Senate; proposed amendment. passed
SR2 Senate; 2006 operating budget. passed
SR3 Kaine, Timothy M.; replica of chair used by former Lieutenant Governor to be issued thereto. passed
SR4 Rules of Senate; proposed amendments. passed
SR5 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
SR6 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
SR7 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR8 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed
SR9 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed
SR10 Judge; nomination for election in circuit court. passed
SR11 Judge; nomination for election in general district court. passed
SR12 Judge; nomination for election in juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR13 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming appointment. passed
SR14 Commending Thomas Carlyle Gilman. passed
SR15 Commending Dorothy Jeanette Crouch Moore. passed
SR16 Commending FIRST Robotics. passed
SR17 Commending the Town of Clarksville. passed
SR18 Commending Sarah Terry. passed
SR19 Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof. passed
SR20 Commending Tara Hamilton Perkinson. passed
SR21 Commending the New Kent County Sheriff's Office. passed
SR22 Celebrating the life of Lloyd Eugene Byrum, Jr. passed
SR23 Celebrating the life of Judge Robert P. Beaver. passed
SR24 Commending John H. Chichester. passed
SR25 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed
SR26 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
SR27 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
SR28 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR29 Commending Mark Musick. passed
SR30 Celebrating the life of Kelly D. Cecil. passed
SR31 Resolution; commending the Virginia Union University men's basketball team. passed
SR32 Resolution; commending Peter M. Pufki. passed
SR33 Celebrating the life of Paul Sawyer. passed
SR34 Commending Bill and Janie Strauss. passed
SR35 Commending E. C. Glass boys' track team. passed
SR36 Commending Heritage High School boys' track team. passed
SR501 Senate; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed
SR502 Commending Saint Timothy School on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
SR503 Commending the Greenbackville Vol. Fire Dept., Inc., on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SR504 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed
SR505 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
SR506 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
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