2007 Bills

3,428 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Motor vehicles; definitions.
HB2 Special license plates for immediate family members of persons who have died in military service.
HB3 Child Care Provider Registry.
HB4 Freezing access to credit reports; penalty.
HB5 Gas chambers.
HB46 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. dead
HB52 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. dead
HB53 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PROFESSIONAL AUTO RACING. dead
HB67 Recordation tax; additional distribution to localities. dead
HB72 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS. dead
HB75 Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain. dead
HB92 Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. dead
HB129 Public health; Board of Health may declare area hazardous thereto and require sewer services. dead
HB155 Residential property; permits localities to tax at a lower rate. dead
HB156 Shenandoah Mountain Salamander; designating as official state amphibian. dead
HB159 Technology and Biotechnology Investment Act; created. dead
HB160 Motor vehicle keys; manufacturers to provide means to duplicate for certain models. dead
HB164 Family life education; emphasis of abstinence in curricula. dead
HB176 Court-appointed counsel; court may waive limit on compensation for certain cases. dead
HB183 Condemnation; offer to repurchase. dead
HB184 Spot blight abatement; condemnation. dead
HB196 License plates, special; issuance to residents and supporters of Bay Creek community. dead
HB212 Retail Sales and Use Tax; permits nonprofit military organizations to obtain sales tax exemption. dead
HB223 College Partnership Laboratory School Fund; created. dead
HB233 Cellular telephones; prohibits use while driving. dead
HB253 Health insurance; refusal to accept assignments from patients or physicians prohibited. dead
HB264 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases coverage limits. dead
HB279 Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created. dead
HB280 Motorcycle drivers; training course certified by Motorcycle Safety Foundation for licensure thereof. dead
HB284 Motor vehicles; establishing gross weight and axle-spacing requirements for certain, fees. dead
HB288 Antique motor vehicles; corrects erroneous references thereto. dead
HB293 Campaign finance disclosure; reporting requirements. dead
HB296 Campaign finance disclosure; valuation of certain campaign contributions. dead
HB306 Income tax, state; dedicates portion of car tax to localities. dead
HB307 Zoning ordinance; raises maximum misdemeanor penalty for violation thereof. dead
HB322 Accident and sickness insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices. dead
HB325 Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged. dead
HB330 Credit card affinity agreement; annual reporting of revenue from institutions of higher education. dead
HB335 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of U.S. military in Afghanistan and Iraq. dead
HB343 Hospice programs; regulation thereof. dead
HB356 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. dead
HB375 Campaign advertisements; basic disclosure requirements. dead
HB377 School boards; Board of Education to replace members thereof for neglect of duty. dead
HB384 Military school age persons; those in geographical boundaries of schools not to be charged tuition. dead
HB387 Charitable Gaming; regulation of charitable small card tournaments. dead
HB393 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. dead
HB405 Vehicle window tinting; certain allowed because of person's medical condition. dead
HB412 Gamete donors; anonymous donations thereof prohibited in medical procedures. dead
HB415 Nursing homes; notification to residents, etc., of sex offenders residing in facility. dead
HB416 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; includes certain provisions. dead
HB425 Home Care Consumer and Worker Protection Act; created. dead
HB429 Church or public school building; arson of any unoccupied, penalty. dead
HB444 Stem cell research; authorizes research involving derivation & use of human embryonic cells, etc. dead
HB485 Recordation tax; reduces rates to levels prior to increase imposed. dead
HB492 Textbooks in public schools; availability for home use. dead
HB498 License plates, special; issuance to retired members of the United States Navy and Coast Guard. dead
HB499 License plates, special; issuance to civilian employees of Department of the Army. dead
HB501 Health insurance; employees of local governments to have same coverage as state employees. dead
HB523 Antifreeze bittering agent; engine coolant that is manufactured or sold within State to contain. dead
HB529 Food and beverage tax; certain referendum cannot be held more than once in 3 yrs. in same county. dead
HB548 Education expenses; requires Dept. of Juv. Justice to pay for any juvenile placed in corrections. dead
HB551 Motor vehicle dealers; transfer of dealerships. dead
HB566 Wages and salaries; payments by employers. dead
HB571 Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof. dead
HB572 Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources. dead
HB598 Emergency medical services personnel; required to report child abuse or neglect. dead
HB605 License plates, special; issuance to spouses and parents of certain deceased military veterans. dead
HB611 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Multiple Sclerosis Society. dead
HB616 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing. dead
HB619 Payday loans; repealing Act referring thereto. dead
HB620 Physicians; definition of office practice. dead
HB642 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Boy Scouts. dead
HB644 Equine dentistry; provides exception from practice of veterinary medicine for practice thereof. dead
HB657 Health insurance; mandated coverage for habilitative services for children. dead
HB658 Constitutional officers; certain incompatible activities. dead
HB662 Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel; authorization from GA required before undertaking construction, etc. dead
HB663 Chesapeake Bay Bridge & Tunnel Commission; may not issue any bonds not redeemable before maturity. dead
HB668 Motor fuels tax; refund for taxicabs. dead
HB679 Telephone directories; requires telephone companies to verify accuracy of information provided. dead
HB704 Firearms, discharge of, or hunting; certain local ordinances invalid. dead
HB712 Juveniles; duty of person taking child into custody. dead
HB735 Campaign finance disclosure; requirement to close certain candidate campaign accounts. dead
HB747 Parasail operators; localities by ordinance to regulate. dead
HB750 Public Procurement Act; makes amount of bond for transportation-related projects contract amount. dead
HB767 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain surplus revenue. dead
HB768 Hospitals & Health care practioners; use of reprocessed single-use medical devices; penalty. dead
HB782 Triggerman rule; eliminated. dead
HB805 Littering from motor vehicle; includes cigarette remnants as litter. dead
HB836 Meals tax; referendum required in certain cities. dead
HB838 Transfer of private school credits to public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations. dead
HB841 Local Partnership Programs; payment schedule for reimbursement of funds to locality. dead
HB857 Green Buildings Act; created, report. dead
HB861 Martinsville, City of; requires voter approval before city can revert to town status. dead
HB872 Boating safety course; must complete to operate motorboat or personal wathercraft, penalty. dead
HB874 Retail sales and use tax; exemption for telecommunication companies. dead
HB875 Dextromethorphan (DXM); Health Commissioner restrict access to over-the-counter medicine containing. dead
HB890 Motor vehicle insurance; policies on access to recorded data, penalty. dead
HB891 Data recorders; personal property of owner of vehicle. dead
HB908 Enterprise zones; real property investment grants. dead
HB920 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness. dead
HB923 Condemned property; compensation for property owners. dead
HB931 Tourism Financing Development Authority; created. dead
HB935 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; creates nonstock corp. to support academic research. dead
HB936 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects; definitions. dead
HB943 Child labor; hour limits. dead
HB945 Pharmacy benefits managers; requirements for regulation and registration. dead
HB946 Health insurance; assignment of benefits to emergency care physicians. dead
HB950 Attorney fees; clarifies where medical lien is asserted. dead
HB954 Political subdivisions; Auditor of Public Accounts to examine accounts, etc. when deems appropriate. dead
HB964 Unemployment tax filing; annually for employers of domestic service individuals. approved
HB970 License plates, special; issuance to members of Del Ray Citizens Association. dead
HB974 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exempts cars with certain EPA fuel efficiency rating. dead
HB990 License plates, special; issuance for all branches of armed forces. dead
HB995 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. dead
HB1018 Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of justice or judge. dead
HB1035 Medical Assistance Services, Office of Inspector General for; created, report. dead
HB1048 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment, penalty. dead
HB1051 Employment service centers; prohibits public funding, exception. dead
HB1056 Dietitians and nutritionists; requirements for licensure by Board of Health Professions. dead
HB1067 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment, penalty. dead
HB1078 Motorboats; sets maximun speed limit on Smith Mountain Lake. dead
HB1089 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; State Board of Elections to review reports of certain candidates. dead
HB1096 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags. dead
HB1107 Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements. dead
HB1116 Railroads; increases maximum fine for blocking roads. dead
HB1154 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. dead
HB1174 Community Housing Tax Credit; replaces current low-income housing tax credit. dead
HB1176 Minor; actions against parents for conduct thereof. dead
HB1184 Transportation Board; election of certain members by legislative appointing authorities. dead
HB1199 Oral contraceptives; requirements for prescribing for minors. dead
HB1200 Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names. dead
HB1204 DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense. dead
HB1221 Death by wrongful act; beneficiaries in actions where decedent died testate. dead
HB1225 Comprehensive plan; localities to incorporate specified smart growth policies. dead
HB1226 Contracts, procurement; sets minimum fees for those formed using electronic program known as eVa. dead
HB1229 Expulsion of students; amends the procedure thereof for readmission to school. dead
HB1240 State employees; effectiveness of alternative work schedule and telecommuting policy. dead
HB1243 Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program. dead
HB1245 Telephone and telegraph line installation; restoring condition of surface of private property. dead
HB1246 Driver's licenses; first-time applicants to complete approved driver education program. dead
HB1250 Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction. dead
HB1254 Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof. dead
HB1287 Rural Rustic Road Program; limits discretion of VDOT when such paving is requested by localities. dead
HB1293 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program Fund; created. dead
HB1294 Income tax, state; Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit, created, report. dead
HB1295 Government Accountability and Efficiency, Council on; created. dead
HB1299 Preneed Funeral Contract Recovery Fund; created. dead
HB1300 Funeral services licensees, funeral directors, and embalmers; continuing education requirements. dead
HB1302 Life insurance; payment of benefits to designee of beneficiary. dead
HB1311 Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of person assisting in criminal investigation. dead
HB1314 Public Procurement Act; prohibited contracts, required contract provisions. dead
HB1328 Real estate; assessment of property devoted to water-dependent use. dead
HB1336 Law-enforcement officers; training related to sexual assault cases. dead
HB1348 Search and Rescue Training and Response Program, and Search and Rescue Advisory Council; created. dead
HB1358 Assisted living facilities; exempt from requirement to have staff member who is awake 24 hrs.a day. dead
HB1369 Local retirement systems; prohibits allowing any employee to earn more than 1 yr. of service credit. dead
HB1387 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
HB1388 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS. dead
HB1389 Practice of naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements. dead
HB1392 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of 9-1-1 communications professionals. dead
HB1399 Barbers and Cosmetology, Board for; regulation of laser or light therapy technicians. dead
HB1410 License plates, special; eliminates fee for members of Dept. of VA Military Order of Purple Heart. dead
HB1420 Compensation Board; considerations for fixing salaries and staffing levels for certain sheriffs. dead
HB1432 Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars. dead
HB1438 Zoning ordinances; provisions on occupancy of residential dwelling unit, penalty. dead
HB1442 Diploma, standard; requirement includes career & technical education two credit sequence of courses. dead
HB1451 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, penalty. dead
HB1460 Street gangs; verification of immigration status upon conviction of crime. dead
HB1462 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for certain telecommunications and telephone companies. dead
HB1481 Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County. dead
HB1485 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for nonprofit schools. dead
HB1489 Income tax, state; deduction for organ donation medical expenses. dead
HB1496 Nontidal wetlands permits; eliminates requirement to obtain permits from state & federal government. dead
HB1497 City of Martinsville; city reversion. dead
HB1504 Medical care facility; exempts from definition certain specialized centers for provision of MRI. dead
HB1508 Credit reports; security breaches. dead
HB1510 Personal Information Privacy Act; restricted use of social security numbers. dead
HB1512 Disabled veteran; definition thereof. dead
HB1514 Motor Vehicle Equity Loans Act; created. dead
HB1538 Child day care facilities; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB1544 Houdon's statue; places molds of Washington under care of State Librarian. dead
HB1549 Personal property tax relief; reimbursement payments to localities. dead
HB1557 Sex offenders; prohibits certain employment or volunteer activity, penalty. dead
HB1559 Witnesses; civil immunity for those in criminal case. dead
HB1567 Conservators of peace, special; jurisdiction. dead
HB1568 Income tax, state; rent reductions tax credit. dead
HB1569 Foreign employment services; prohibits companies from certain contracts. dead
HB1570 Business entities; certification of legal status, penalty. dead
HB1574 Integrated Directional Sign Program; allows localities to opt out of Program administered by VDOT. dead
HB1586 Certificate for Driving; persons unable to establish legal presence to use for driving purposes. dead
HB1587 Criminal history record information check; required for those providing care to children, etc. dead
HB1593 Childhood obesity; Board of Education & Health Department establish standards to prevent thereof. dead
HB1595 License taxes; repeals those that are local. dead
HB1599 Cigarette tax; localities evidence of payment. dead
HB1603 Multiline telephone systems; owner or operator thereof ability to identify location from 9-1-1 call. approved
HB1604 Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars. dead
HB1605 Real Estate Recovery Fund; certain limitations upon recovery therefrom. dead
HB1607 Phenylketonuria; special foods for management thereof. dead
HB1615 Keep our Promise Act of 2007; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998. dead
HB1616 Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
HB1617 School boards; required to allocate certain percentage of budget to instructional spending. dead
HB1618 Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration, et al., regarding. dead
HB1619 Budget Office; established in legislative branch. dead
HB1620 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors. dead
HB1621 Payday loans; requires SCC to contract w/third party to establish database through Internet. dead
HB1622 Accident and sickness insurance, group; student medical leave of absence. approved
HB1623 Code Commission; makes technical changes to reporting requirements of obsolete provisions. approved
HB1624 Menhaden; limits on amount harvested annually. dead
HB1625 Forfeiture of office; person convicted & requires reg. on Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Reg. approved
HB1626 Self defense; person is justified using physical force when person enters dwelling unlawfully. dead
HB1627 Boating safety education; must complete to operate motorboat or personal watercraft, civil penalty. approved
HB1628 Coal and gas road improvement tax, local; extends sunset provision. approved
HB1629 Redistricting advisory commission; establishment thereof, report. dead
HB1630 Nursing facility or extended care services; extends sunset provision therefor. approved
HB1631 Feticide; penalty. dead
HB1632 Inmate telecommunications systems; State Corporation Commission to regulate charges therefor. dead
HB1633 Mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services providers; retaliation prohibited. dead
HB1634 Minimum wage; increase amount thereof. dead
HB1635 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption of police officers of Norfolk Airport Auth. approved
HB1636 Kindergarten programs; expands eligibility for kindergarten in school divisions. dead
HB1637 Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
HB1638 Transportation Trust Fund; sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto. dead
HB1639 Hunting on Sundays; allows hunting thereon. dead
HB1640 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include for alternative fuel burning stoves. approved
HB1641 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include propane gas purchased for commercial greenhouses. dead
HB1642 Voter registration records; clarifies duties of general registrars and State Board of Elections. approved
HB1643 Intellectual diversity; higher educational institutions to report to Council of Higher Ed. thereon. dead
HB1644 Line of Duty Act; fire personnel of National Guard and Air National Guard are covered thereunder. dead
HB1645 Overweight permit; underground pipe cleaning, hydroexcavating, etc. to be issued. approved
HB1646 Motor carriers of passengers; insurance based on number thereof by carrier. dead
HB1647 Electric transmission lines; adds Stafford Cnty to list authorized to enter into agreement w/utilit. dead
HB1648 Retail Sales and Use Tax; makes motor fuels tax optional in certain NOVA transportation districts. dead
HB1649 Transmission lines; restrictions on SCC for underground location thereof. dead
HB1650 Budget Bill. approved
HB1651 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB1652 Smoking; misdemeanor if in certain proximity to medical oxygen source in health care facility. approved
HB1653 Smoking; guilty of a misdemeanor if in certain proximity to gas pumps. approved
HB1654 Minimum wage; increase from its current federally mandated level. dead
HB1655 Learner's permits; required driving hours for holders. dead
HB1656 Interpreters; fee for non-English-speaking defendants. dead
HB1657 Banks; financial activities. approved
HB1658 Real property; survey of property required when purchased by public bodies. dead
HB1659 Retail Sales and Use Tax; limited exemption on computers and related peripheral equipment. dead
HB1660 Premarital agreements; contents. dead
HB1661 Adultery; definition. dead
HB1662 Child custody; consideration of marital fault. dead
HB1663 Domestic relations cases; invocation of constitutional rights. dead
HB1664 Divorce; marital fault to be factored into equitable distribution. dead
HB1665 Abortion; forced or coerced against will prohibited. dead
HB1666 Transportation impact fees, statewide; Transportation Board to assess and impose. dead
HB1667 Impact fees; Transportation Board to assess and impose on new developments in Loudoun County. dead
HB1668 Impact fees; Transportation Board to assess and impose on new developments in Loudoun County. dead
HB1669 Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provision thereof for inadequate public safety facility. dead
HB1670 Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provisions thereof for inadequate school facilities. dead
HB1671 Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provisions thereof for inadequate park, etc. facilities. dead
HB1672 Real property; establishes separate classes for purposes of taxation rates. dead
HB1673 Immigration, Commission on; created, report. approved
HB1674 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for free distribution of educational materials. approved
HB1675 Revenue-sharing funds; may be used to construct, etc. highway system located between localities. dead
HB1676 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in motor vehicle. dead
HB1677 Motor vehicles; eluding police officer. dead
HB1678 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include energy-efficient products. approved
HB1679 Overweight permits; exempts fire & emergency apparatus from weight limits on bridges & culverts. approved
HB1680 Domestic assault case; unavailability of deferred proceedings for previously convicted felons. dead
HB1681 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; created. approved
HB1682 Health professions, Department of; information to complainants and disciplinary proceedings. approved
HB1683 Traffic light signal violation-enforcement program; localities may adopt ordinances therefor. dead
HB1684 Payday Loan Act; repeals Act. dead
HB1685 Primary system highway construction; Transportation Board to allocate funds therefor. approved
HB1686 Driving under influence of alcohol; suspension of driver's license pending appeal of conviction. dead
HB1687 Criminal history record check, etc.; exempts birth parents revoking voluntary entrustment agreement. approved
HB1688 Parental placement adoptions; consent revocation period. dead
HB1689 Municipal solid waste; regulation thereof. approved
HB1690 Worksite health promotion grants program; repeals program. approved
HB1691 Medical care facilities certificate of public need; transition to elimination thereof. approved
HB1692 Home Energy Assistance Program; reduces frequency of required reports. approved
HB1693 Interrogations of juveniles; statements thereby to be electronically recorded. dead
HB1694 Magistrates; county or city may assess fixed sum in criminal or traffic cases. dead
HB1695 Business, professional and occupational license (BPOL) tax; motor fuels tax exemption. approved
HB1696 Internal Revenue Code; conforms State's system of taxation thereto. approved
HB1697 Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain. dead
HB1698 Children; expands current crime of taking indecent liberties therewith. dead
HB1699 Motor vehicle license fees and taxes, local; repeals authority of imposition and collection thereof. dead
HB1700 Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Fund and Program; created. dead
HB1701 Highway construction, primary and secondary; revises formulas used to allocate funds therefor. dead
HB1702 Standards of Quality; requires G.A. to modify current funding formula, etc. of composite index. dead
HB1703 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases amount of revenue dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB1704 Driver's license expiration; extension to certain persons in service serving outside country. approved
HB1705 National Defense Industrial Authority; clarifies that employees are eligible to participate in VRS. dead
HB1706 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate by localities. dead
HB1707 School boards; contractor to provide certification that employees have not been convicted of felony. approved
HB1708 Reckless driving; person must attend alcohol safety action program if driver's license suspended. approved
HB1709 Car tax relief reimbursements; income tax sharing w/localities for transp. & educa. in lieu thereof. dead
HB1710 Treatment works; reimbursement to localities of funds for upgrades thereof. approved
HB1711 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2007; created. approved
HB1712 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Debt Service Fund; created. dead
HB1713 Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation. dead
HB1714 Transient occupancy tax; increase thereof in Northampton County. approved
HB1715 Garbage; increases fine for dumping into state waters. approved
HB1716 Trucks & combination vehicles; Transp. Bd. to impose fee thereon for use of maintaining hwys. dead
HB1717 Recordation tax; distribution of excess revenues to Transportation Board for certain projects. dead
HB1718 Rezoning applic.; locality may deny/modify req. if existing netwk. inadequate to accomodate traffic. dead
HB1719 Nurse, licensed; local school boards to employ for each school. dead
HB1720 Gold mining, recreational; exempts miners from having to obtain permit if meet certain conditions. approved
HB1721 Home accessibility features for disabled; broadens current tax credit. dead
HB1722 Road to Revolution Heritage Trail; establishment thereof. approved
HB1723 'Year 2000' references; eliminates references to problems arising therefrom. approved
HB1724 Transportation impact fees; fee for issuance of certificate of occupancy for certain buildings, etc. dead
HB1725 Transportation Bond Act of 2007; created. dead
HB1726 Protective orders; enforcement thereof. dead
HB1727 School boards; policies concerning noncurriculum-related student organizations. dead
HB1728 Novelty cigarette lighters; sale or purchase by persons under age 18 years of age, penalty. dead
HB1729 School buses; maximum speed limit therefor. approved
HB1730 Real property; establishes separate classes for purposes of taxation rates. dead
HB1731 Retirement System; retirees hired as nurses. dead
HB1732 Escheat funds; requirement to report and remit to State Treasurer. dead
HB1733 Campaign signs; right of residential tenant to display. dead
HB1734 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; increasing number of judges in 23rd Jud. District. dead
HB1735 Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby. approved
HB1736 Litter Awareness Fund; created. dead
HB1737 Safety hotline; local school boards to establish. dead
HB1738 Domestic assault warrants; issuance of emergency protective orders. approved
HB1739 Assault and battery; second and third offense against family or household member, penalty. dead
HB1740 University of Virginia; authorizes Bd. of Visitors to invest & manage nongeneral fund reserves, etc. approved
HB1741 Primary or secondary highways; construction and improvement thereof by counties. dead
HB1742 Streets; prohibits taking additional into state secondary highway system. dead
HB1743 Lyme disease; adds to list of diseases required to be reported to Department of Health. dead
HB1744 Real estate tax; increases income limit for elderly and disabled taxpayers. approved
HB1745 Residential development; impact fee assessments.. dead
HB1746 Railroad corridors; Dept. of Rail & Public Transportation to update inventory of those abandoned. approved
HB1747 Emergency Evacuation Response Routes; designating portions of certain hwys. in 8th Plan. District. dead
HB1748 Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County. dead
HB1749 Dulles Toll Road; imposition on increase and use of tolls. dead
HB1750 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing Vietnamese Heritage and Freedom Flag. dead
HB1751 License plates, special; issuance of those promoting brain tumor awareness. dead
HB1752 School boards, local; unexpended funds. dead
HB1753 Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County. dead
HB1754 Transportation funds; VDOT to publish annually in hard copy and in electronic format list thereof. dead
HB1755 Utility Transfers Act; telephone companies. vetoed
HB1756 Law Officers' Retirement Sys.; adds Dept. of Juvenile Justice probation and parole officers. dead
HB1757 Judges; residency requirement. dead
HB1758 Obstructing or contaminating state waters; increases penalty therefor. approved
HB1759 Minors; penalty for carnal knowledge of certain. dead
HB1760 VDOT; consolidation of maintenance facilities. dead
HB1761 Income tax, state; worker retraining tax credit. dead
HB1762 Traffic light signal violation-enforcement program; localities may adopt ordinances therefor. dead
HB1763 Personal property tax; classification of waste haulers. dead
HB1764 Moist snuff; included in tobacco products tax definitions. dead
HB1765 Driver improvement clinics; use of fees. approved
HB1766 Health insurance; increases credit for retired teachers. dead
HB1767 Blacksburg, Town of; establishing arts and cultural district. approved
HB1768 Stem cell research; authorizes research involving derivation & use of human embryonic cells, etc. dead
HB1769 Polling places; prohibited activities. dead
HB1770 Juveniles; destruction of fingerprints and photographs. dead
HB1771 Real Estate Time-Share Act; purchaser's right to surrender time-share. dead
HB1772 Law-enforcement officer; uniform requirement for arrests for speeding. dead
HB1773 Warrants; those issued against law-enforcement officers or public school employees. dead
HB1774 Disorderly house; unlawful for any person to keep, maintain, operate or to visit. dead
HB1775 Street gangs; add to list predicate acts for determination of membership status. dead
HB1776 Bond or recognizance; appeal from order denying bail or fixing terms thereof. dead
HB1777 Concealment of dead body; prohibition against, penalty. approved
HB1778 Photo-monitoring systems; counties and cities may establish to enforce traffic light signals. approved
HB1779 Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund; provides riteria for awarding of attorney fees. approved
HB1780 Real estate tax; requires each locality to lower its rate for forthcoming tax year. dead
HB1781 Surplus materials; band uniforms retained by publ. institutions of higher ed. not considered. dead
HB1782 License plates, special; issuance to members of Fraternal Order of Police. approved
HB1783 Traffic warning systems; VDOT to implement. dead
HB1784 Wine and beer; delivery thereof, permits. approved
HB1785 Puncturing motor vehicle tires; allows law-enforcement officer to utilize devices designed therefor. approved
HB1786 Solid waste; nonprofit organization to receive proceeds from civil action brought for improper disp. dead
HB1787 Public officials, etc.; civil immunity from lawsuit by probationers assigned to recycling duty. approved
HB1788 Medical records; no fee for itemized list of charges. dead
HB1789 Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord and managing agent immunity for mold claims. dead
HB1790 Freedom of Information Act; access by persons civilly committed under Sexually Violent Predators. approved
HB1791 Freedom of Information Act; responses to requests for public records. approved
HB1792 Sexually violent predators; conviction for bestiality qualifies person for civil commitment. dead
HB1793 Sexually abnormal offense; who may conduct mental evaluation of person convicted thereof. approved
HB1794 Children; penalty for object penetration when victim is less than 10 years of age. dead
HB1795 Identity theft; clarification in reference to person who may be victim thereof. approved
HB1796 General Assembly; prefiling of legislation. approved
HB1797 Injuries to persons, property, or wrongful death; removes limiting tort language. approved
HB1798 Professional Boxing, Wrestling and Martial Arts Advisory Board; created. approved
HB1799 Payday lending charges; establishing maximum annual interest rate. dead
HB1800 Condemnation cases; jury selection. approved
HB1801 Architects, Professional Engineers, etc., Bd of; cease and desist orders for unlicensed activity. approved
HB1802 Law-enforcement officer; increases penalty for impersonating. dead
HB1803 Income tax, state; tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments. dead
HB1804 Solar Water Heating System Pay-as-You-Save Pilot Program; created, report. dead
HB1805 Higher educational institutions; preference for State domiciles. dead
HB1806 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: VIRGINIA RECYCLES. dead
HB1807 VDOT; prohibited from closing/impeding ingress or egress to certain highways in Loudoun County. dead
HB1808 Motorcycles; driving two abreast in single lane. dead
HB1809 Clean alternative fuel or hybrid passenger-type vehicles; DGS to purchase for state use. dead
HB1810 School boards; tie vote procedure. approved
HB1811 Vacant building registration; increases annual fee. dead
HB1812 Claims; William E. McQueen. dead
HB1813 Payday Loan Act; SCC to contract with third party to develop Internet accessible database. dead
HB1814 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain aircraft. dead
HB1815 Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license. approved
HB1816 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination of leases by military personnel. approved
HB1817 Vehicle titling and registration; exemptions for certain military service members. approved
HB1818 Safety inspection requirements; exemptions for vehicles owned by military service members, etc. dead
HB1819 Private land; no takings for purpose of conservation. dead
HB1820 Condemnation by authorities; exercise of power of eminent domain must be approved by governing body. dead
HB1821 Income tax, state; provides an age deduction. dead
HB1822 Tuition, in-state; reduced for certain military members. approved
HB1823 Right to Farm Act; adds cities and towns to certain provisions. approved
HB1824 Housing authorities; limits power to acquire property w/in conservation area through eminent domain. dead
HB1825 Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. dead
HB1826 Income tax, state; bicyclists' tax credits for businesses and individuals. dead
HB1827 Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created, report. dead
HB1828 Retirement System; investments related to Sudan. dead
HB1829 Alcoholic beverage control; small wine producer distribution license. dead
HB1830 State employees; changes participation in deferred compensation plan. approved
HB1831 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National D-Day Memorial Foundation. dead
HB1832 Golf carts; persons with disabled parking placards to cross public highways. dead
HB1833 Health insurance; increases credits for retired state employees. dead
HB1834 Equine Center Foundation; abolishment thereof. approved
HB1835 Registered voter; unlawful to knowingly communicate false information thereto. approved
HB1836 Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration to prohibit display of certain flag. approved
HB1837 Ginger Gold Apple; designating as official state fruit.. dead
HB1838 Irrevocable trusts; trustee's duty to inform and report. approved
HB1839 Child Care Provider Registry; created. dead
HB1840 Lead-based paint; landlord or property owner to notify tenant in writing that report is available. approved
HB1841 Statutory rape; provides penalty therefor. dead
HB1842 Littering; dumping or disposing of trash from motor vehicle. dead
HB1843 Income tax, state; Public/Private Educ. Investment tax credits for business entities, etc., report. dead
HB1844 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program Fund; created. dead
HB1845 Realignment Commission; created, report. dead
HB1846 Oversight and Government Reform, Joint Commission on; created. dead
HB1847 Waste load allocations; Water Control Board to grant thereof for Chesapeake Bay watershed program. approved
HB1848 Motor vehicle dealers; transfer of dealerships. approved
HB1849 Agri-tourism Incentives Act; created. dead
HB1850 Condominium Act; filing of surety bond with Real Estate Board in lieu of escrowing deposits. approved
HB1851 Rappahannock Area Community Services Board; Governor to convey certain property in Caroline County. approved
HB1852 Law Officers' Retirement System; agency heads not eligible except Chief of Capitol Police. dead
HB1853 Sterilization; mandatory requirements for dog and cat dealers. dead
HB1854 Retail Sales and Use Tax; changes fiscal year for distribution of communications revenue. dead
HB1855 Aquaculture; sets guidelines for placement of temporary shellfish enclosures in state waters. approved
HB1856 Deputies; shall be increased by Compensation Board for each 750 population in correctional facility. dead
HB1857 Marijuana; punishes for possession thereof on school grounds as a Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1858 Proffered payments; purchase of development rights by locality. dead
HB1859 Water quality monitors; DEQ to encourage those, ensuring 3,000 stream miles are monitored by 2010. approved
HB1860 Fires; authorizes counties to regulate or prohibit the making of fires. approved
HB1861 Assault and battery; person is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor if committed on school property. dead
HB1862 Severance benefits; public announcement thereof for certain officials appointed by school board. approved
HB1863 Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor if committed while bus driver is performing his duties. dead
HB1864 Stalking; increases penalty for second conviction. dead
HB1865 Water resources; locality to deny or delay subdivision approval of building permit if inadequate. dead
HB1866 Firearms on school property; increases penalty for pneumatic weapons. dead
HB1867 Game wardens; changes name to conservation police officer. approved
HB1868 Saltwater fishing licenses; sets commission fee for license agents. approved
HB1869 Littering on highways; person convicted to perform minimum of 30 hours of community service. dead
HB1870 Retirement System; clarifies purchase of prior service credit for National Guard. dead
HB1871 Condominium & Property Owners' Assoc. Acts; provides for electronic delivery of cancellation notice. dead
HB1872 Community College Transfer Scholarship Program Fund; created. dead
HB1873 Doctors of medicine, osteopathy, and podiatry; expungement of disciplinary report if without merit. dead
HB1874 Temporary driver's permits; limitation on validity. dead
HB1875 Standards of Learning; waiver requirements for certain students. dead
HB1876 Wireless telecommunications devices; use by certain drivers. dead
HB1877 Credit report; individual who is victim of identity theft may freeze access thereto. dead
HB1878 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment deduction. dead
HB1879 Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit. dead
HB1880 Personal Property Tax Relief; adds to definition of 'qualifying vehicle'. approved
HB1881 Health insurance; increases credit for retired teachers. dead
HB1882 Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
HB1883 Abortion clinics; regulations and licensure. dead
HB1884 Impact fees; localities may assess for residential development if school facilities inadequate. dead
HB1885 Voice-over-Internet protocol service; revises definition. approved
HB1886 Streets; prohibits taking additional into state secondary highway system. dead
HB1887 Alcoholic beverage control;unlawful purchase/possession of alcoholic beverages,deferred proceedings. dead
HB1888 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate by localities. dead
HB1889 Alcoholic beverage control; refusal to grant and revocation or suspension of licenses. approved
HB1890 Driver's license; driving after forfeiture of licensure for DUI conviction, penalty. approved
HB1891 Local government; composite index of local ability-to-pay. dead
HB1892 Driver's license, restricted; voluntary revocation. dead
HB1893 Federal transportation enhancement grants; distribution of funds on basis of population. dead
HB1894 Car tax relief; removes cap on overall amount, and creates Personal Property Tax Relief Fund. dead
HB1895 Judge sentencing; court to report to Sentencing Commission of any departure from jury sentence. approved
HB1896 Street gangs; punishment for defacing or destroying any war memorial. dead
HB1897 Adoption; exchange of medical and psychological information. approved
HB1898 Juvenile records; allows law-enforcement agency access thereto when investigating certain offense. dead
HB1899 Newspapers; legal notices or publications. approved
HB1900 Cruelty to animals; penalty if deprives animal of food, drink, shelter or veterinary treatment. approved
HB1901 Preliminary hearing; required for person accused of a felony. dead
HB1902 Nonsuits; requirements of nonsuiting party. dead
HB1903 Bail; no fees for an appeal from an order granting, setting, or denying. dead
HB1904 Outpatient treatment orders; changes first criterion to include failure to properly take medication. dead
HB1905 Adoption; changes requirement that social worker meet with birth parents and prospective parents. approved
HB1906 Unfair employment practices; discharging employees when unauthorized aliens are employed. dead
HB1907 State Auditor, Office of; created, report. dead
HB1908 Child restraint devices; raises booster seat age, prohibits certain in front seat. approved
HB1909 Deeds; responsibility of attorney or party who prepares recordation. approved
HB1910 Alcoholic beverage control; tastings conducted by manufacturers or wholesalers. approved
HB1911 Parental placement adoption; legal counsel may appear on behalf of birth parents or adoptive parent. dead
HB1912 Parental placement adoption; exchange of identifying information. dead
HB1913 Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; revises and reorganizes section to make it consistent. approved
HB1914 Human papillomavirus vaccine; added as required vaccination. dead
HB1915 Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
HB1916 Family life education; requires Bd. of Education to incorporate instruction on dating violence, etc. approved
HB1917 Public Procurement Act; require disclosure of location where services are to be performed. dead
HB1918 Illegal aliens; presence unlawful in State, penalty. dead
HB1919 Electric transmission lines; adds Stafford Cnty to list authorized to enter into agreement w/utilit. approved
HB1920 School bus decals; school boards may display decals with bus safety hotlines. approved
HB1921 Extortion; withholding immigration document. approved
HB1922 Venue; change by court, who may bring action. approved
HB1923 Sex offender registry; requirement for persons not guilty by reason of insanity. approved
HB1924 Assault and battery; second and third offense against a family or household member, penalty. dead
HB1925 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; authorization of certain judges & special justices. dead
HB1926 State employees; permits early retirement for those who are terminally ill. dead
HB1927 Antique motor vehicles; imposes additional limitations and conditions on certain vehicles. dead
HB1928 Lighting standard for public buildings, etc.; Division of Engineering & Bldg to propagate standards. dead
HB1929 Abandoned vehicles; removal by property owners. dead
HB1930 DMV; exempts federal, state, and local officials from fees charged for obtaining data from records. approved
HB1931 Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission; increases membership. dead
HB1932 Jail farms; may be used to hold or confine person who could be held in county or city jail. approved
HB1933 Overtaking traffic; failure to give way, penalty. dead
HB1934 Overtaking & passing vehicles on certain highways; prohibits travel in left-most lane of highway. dead
HB1935 Absentee ballots; to include last four digits of applicant's social security number. approved
HB1936 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; modifies disclosure form. approved
HB1937 Machinery and tools; classification and taxation for idle machinery and tools. dead
HB1938 Physicians; persons without degree knowingly representing themselves as such. dead
HB1939 Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created. dead
HB1940 Transportation Trust Fund; designation of budget surplus. dead
HB1941 Retirement System; defined contribution retirement plan. dead
HB1942 Administrative Process Act; economic impact analysis of regulations to members of G.A., report. approved
HB1943 Comptroller; reporting other obligations of State, report. approved
HB1944 Medical practitioners; requires criminal history background checks therefor. dead
HB1945 Solid waste; disposal fee. dead
HB1946 House Appropriations Committee; to report new positions authorized by appropriation acts, report. dead
HB1947 Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; created, report. dead
HB1948 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for volunteer fire departments and rescue squads. dead
HB1949 Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund; indemnification claim time. approved
HB1950 Engineers, licensed professional; Board of Health, et al., to accept private site evaluations, etc. dead
HB1951 Traditional onsite sewage system; definition. dead
HB1952 Smoke Free Air Act; created. dead
HB1953 Burial and funeral expenses; preneed contracts. approved
HB1954 Pharmacy benefits managers; regulation thereof. dead
HB1955 Payday loans; requires SCC to contract w/third party to establish database through Internet. dead
HB1956 Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged. dead
HB1957 Insurance consultants, licensed; must enter into written contracts prior to consulting. approved
HB1958 Insurance continuing education board; increase of membership. dead
HB1959 Cats and dogs; increase of license fee. dead
HB1960 Death penalty; abolishes from all Class 1 felonies committed on or after July 1, 2007. dead
HB1961 Tuition, in-state; prohibited for certain individuals. dead
HB1962 Students with disabilities; provides due process procedures therefor. approved
HB1963 Physician assistant, licensed; authorized to prescribe Schedule II through VI controlled substances. approved
HB1964 License plates, special; issuance to registered nurses. approved
HB1965 Hospice facilities; regulations shall include minimum standards for design and construction. approved
HB1966 Sexual offenses; evidence of defendant's commission of another offense is admissible. dead
HB1967 Law Officers' Retirement System; agency heads not eligible except Chief of Capitol Police. dead
HB1968 Family subdivision; amends statute for conveyance of a lot. approved
HB1969 Truth in Music Advertising Act; created. approved
HB1970 Illegal aliens; it is unlawful to be in Virginia if in United States illegally. dead
HB1971 Tuition, in-state; dependents of active duty military shall be eligible therefor. dead
HB1972 Retirement system; teachers and administrative faculty of institutions of higher education. dead
HB1973 Retirement plan, optional; certain conditions for institutions of higher education. dead
HB1974 Economic revitalization zone; created. approved
HB1975 Health insurance; mandated coverage for CyberKnife procedures. dead
HB1976 Hotel liability; personal injury claims based on intentional conduct. dead
HB1977 Campaign finance disclosure; surplus inaugural committee funds only used in charitable contribution. approved
HB1978 Standards of Quality; school boards to report number of career & technical education completers. approved
HB1979 Annexation; extends temporary restriction thereof. vetoed
HB1980 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a mixed beverage limited caterer's license. approved
HB1981 Hunting fees; Board of Game & Inland Fisheries to increase or decrease for residents & nonresidents. approved
HB1982 Protective orders; increases penalty for second offense for violation thereof. approved
HB1983 Dealer's license plates; repeals prohibition on use thereof on trailers. dead
HB1984 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of public place and local authority. approved
HB1985 Adoption laws; technical changes. approved
HB1986 Parking; if parked in VDOT lot must abide by posted signs. approved
HB1987 Driving under influence of alcohol; increases penalty if eluding police. dead
HB1988 Concealed weapons; officer of State Police to carry while on active duty with reserve forces. approved
HB1989 Charter; Town of Colonial Beach. approved
HB1990 National Animal Identification System; prohibits Dept. of Agriculture etc. from participating there. dead
HB1991 Road impact fees; authorizes certain counties to impose. dead
HB1992 Nursing home beds; authorizes issuance of certificates of public need for relocation thereof. approved
HB1993 Oysters; shifts measurement to point of landing to enforce selling thereof. approved
HB1994 Title insurance; authorizes title insurance company, agency, or agent to pay premium to agent. dead
HB1995 Alcoholic beverage sale nuisances; locality by its mayor, etc. may petition court to enjoin sale. approved
HB1996 Tuition, in-state; clarifies eligibility for dependents of certain military personnel. approved
HB1997 Military property; notify members of General Assembly if conveying property owned by State. approved
HB1998 Charitable gaming; definition of instant bingo, pull tabs, seal cards, and regulation of suppliers. approved
HB1999 Hampton Roads Bridge and Tunnel Authority; created. dead
HB2000 Motor vehicle equity loans; establish system for licensing & regulating revolving lines of credit. dead
HB2001 Life insurance; clarifies provisions addressing when a trustee has an insurable interest therein. approved
HB2002 Bank account balances of deceased persons; increases amount bank may distribute to distributee, etc. dead
HB2003 Law-enforcement personnel; to provide fire/rescue officer at accident scene DMV vehicle information. dead
HB2004 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB2005 Smoke Free Air Act; created. dead
HB2006 Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employee. dead
HB2007 Line of Duty Disability Benefits Fund; expenses related to certain traffic incidents credited to. dead
HB2008 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
HB2009 Housing Authorities Law; exercise of eminent domain authority & compensation for certain landowners. dead
HB2010 Affordable housing; localities that adopt program of bonus density will be allowed certain incentiv. approved
HB2011 Residential Property Disclosure Act; amends required residential property disclosure statement. approved
HB2012 Wild Spanish Mustangs Fund; created. approved
HB2013 Aircraft; establishes separate class of tangible personal property therefor. approved
HB2014 Income tax, state; subtraction for military retirement income. dead
HB2015 Condominium Act; eliminates requirement for escrowing deposits for commercial condominium. approved
HB2016 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; delivery of resale certificates packets, etc. approved
HB2017 Real Estate Time-Share Act; provides for limited liability of developer for injuries to persons. approved
HB2018 Hunting license fees; Board of Game & Inland Fisheries authority to revise nonresident license fees. dead
HB2019 Waterfowl blind licenses; allows for electronic transmission of applications therefor. approved
HB2020 National Forest Stamp; changes term thereof to one year from date of purchase. approved
HB2021 Crossbow license; adds to list of those covered by two combination licenses. approved
HB2022 Nonprofit hospitals; must provide returns and information to Department of Taxation. approved
HB2023 Securities Act; exemptions. approved
HB2024 Securities Act; employment of registered agents. approved
HB2025 Private roads; certification of speed limits, etc. by licensed engineers for law-enforcement purpos. approved
HB2026 Standards of Quality; school boards to report number of career & technical education completers. dead
HB2027 DMV driver record abstracts; copies are one-half normal charge for drivers for Faith in Action. approved
HB2028 Charter; City of Winchester. approved
HB2029 Victim notification; may be made through Statewide VINE System or other similar electronic system. approved
HB2030 Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council; created. approved
HB2031 Parasail operators; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to promulgate regulations applicable thereto. approved
HB2032 Aging, Department for; expands long-term care services. approved
HB2033 Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; clarifies powers to implement long-term care policy. approved
HB2034 Prisoners; payment for health care costs by local and state correctional facilities. dead
HB2035 Human papillomavirus vaccine; optional for female students before entering the sixth grade. approved
HB2036 Admission hearings, involuntary; adds providers to list by which an examiner may be employed. approved
HB2037 Practitioners; may authorize certain personnel to administer drugs and devices. approved
HB2038 Medical assistance plan; DMAS to contract with DMHMRSAS for mental health services. dead
HB2039 Diploma, advanced technical; Board of Education to establish requirements therefor. approved
HB2040 Career and Technical Education, Advisory Council on; extends sunset date. approved
HB2041 Incarcerated persons; Department of Correctional Education to develop programs for online courses. approved
HB2042 Educational Instutution Benefits Consortium; created. dead
HB2043 Crabmeat; processors to include on label of container date was processed and packed, civil penalty. dead
HB2044 Detention orders, temporary; removes certain requirements. dead
HB2045 Physician, licensed; authority to send laboratory results directly to patient. dead
HB2046 Adoption laws; administrative changes. dead
HB2047 Juveniles; duty of person taking child into custody. dead
HB2048 Fire Prevention Code; no fee for permits for inspection of religious schools. vetoed
HB2049 Secondary highway system; VDOT to report on maintenance thereof. dead
HB2050 Supervisors, boards of; special election ordered when vacancy occurs. approved
HB2051 Disability Commission; extends sunset provision. approved
HB2052 Improper driving; charged as traffic infraction when degree of culpability is slight. dead
HB2053 Capital murder; sentencing of juvenile convicted thereof. approved
HB2054 Headlights; use when operating windshield wipers. dead
HB2055 Public transportation; prohibits trespassing thereon, penalty. approved
HB2056 Child custody and visitation; preparation of parenting plans. dead
HB2057 District courts; replaces references to motion for judgment with complaint to be consistent. dead
HB2058 Notaries public; rewrites law to include electronic notarization & details application requirements. approved
HB2059 Recordation tax; clarifies tax rate applied. approved
HB2060 Social security numbers; penalty for intentionally communicating to general public. dead
HB2061 Appeal bonds; fees or costs shall not be assessed or collected for any appeal taken. approved
HB2062 Freedom of Information Act; secure remote access to land records, certain provisions. approved
HB2063 Admission of liability; expressions of sympathy inadmissible as evidence in civil action. dead
HB2064 Salespersons & brokers; Real Estate Board to adopt regulations establishing educational requirement. approved
HB2065 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; modifies disclosure form. approved
HB2066 Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit. approved
HB2067 Indoor Clean Air Act; provides unlawful for any person to smoke in certain establishments. dead
HB2068 Children; penalty for sexual abuse against a child. approved
HB2069 Absentee voting and ballot applications; certain requirements to volunteers. dead
HB2070 Citizen Advisory Redistricting Board; created. dead
HB2071 Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; increase for transportation purposes. dead
HB2072 Absentee voting; requirements for pregnant women to vote absentee. dead
HB2073 District and juvenile courts; failure to post bond, etc., will result in withdrawal of appeal. approved
HB2074 District courts or juvenile domestic relations district courts; withdrawal of appeals. dead
HB2075 Assault and battery; definition of law-enforcement officer to include ABC agents. dead
HB2076 Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction. approved
HB2077 Electronic voting equipment;direct recording electronic devices be equipped to produce paper record. dead
HB2078 Clients' Protection Fund; Supreme Court to adopt rules assessing members of VA State Bar fee. dead
HB2079 Sewage sludge; regulation and management of land application thereof. dead
HB2080 Disaster response; state to provide assistance to individuals if federal aid is not available. dead
HB2081 Cruelty to animals; Class 6 felony for any person to willfully & unnecessarily cause death thereof. dead
HB2082 Menhaden; establishes annual harvest quota for portion of Chesapeake Bay. approved
HB2083 Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters. dead
HB2084 Law-enforcement escorts; shall be considered emergency vehicles & exempt from obeying regulations. approved
HB2085 Petroleum Storage Tank Fund; reports submitted by professionally certified engineer, geologist, etc. dead
HB2086 Radio Frequency Identification Disclosure Act; created. dead
HB2087 Physical therapists; allows patients to seek treatment therefrom. approved
HB2088 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for nonprofit schools. dead
HB2089 Supreme Court of Virginia; powers and duties. dead
HB2090 Lingebach, Walter S.; amends previous legislation providing relief thereto for property purchase. approved
HB2091 Health insurance credits; state employees receiving long-term benefits are eligible. approved
HB2092 Tuition charges, in-state; clarifies requirements for children of deployed military parents. approved
HB2093 Standards of Quality; changes in provisions. dead
HB2094 School superintendents; retirement benefits. dead
HB2095 Retirement System; additional information to localities and authorized to assess fees. approved
HB2096 Retirement System; accumulated contributions includes all employer-paid, tax-deferred contributions. approved
HB2097 VRS; exempts purchase of disability determinition services thereby from Public Procurement Act. approved
HB2098 Tethering of animals; certain acts associated therewith Class 3 misdemeanor. dead
HB2099 Dog license application; delays date requirement that local treasurer transmit to owner. approved
HB2100 Cats and dogs; license fee on those who have not been spayed or neutered. dead
HB2101 Elections; statewide bond referendum to include fiscal impact statement for voters. approved
HB2102 Wells, private; prohibits construction thereof within 50 feet of certain property line. approved
HB2103 Professional corporations & limited liability companies; authorizes board of directors to delegate. approved
HB2104 Standards of Quality; requires identification of gifted education programs. dead
HB2105 Charles B. Morris Memorial Bridge; designating as I-77 bridge over Route 58 in Carroll County. approved
HB2106 Concealed handgun permits; certain applicants not required to submit fingerprints. approved
HB2107 Sex offender registry; requires persons convicted of certain crimes to register. dead
HB2108 Visual displays; permits visual displays if driver's view is enhanced. approved
HB2109 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes those employed by sheriff's office, etc. dead
HB2110 Cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine; exclusion from drug first-offender deferral consideration. dead
HB2111 Interpreters; fee for non-English-speaking defendants. dead
HB2112 Safe-deposit boxes; company or bank to permit spouse or next of kin of deceased lessee access to. dead
HB2113 Mopeds; requiring stickers thereon. approved
HB2114 Tuition, in-state; Community College System granting thereof to persons out of state within 30 mile. approved
HB2115 Pro Hac Vice Fund; created. approved
HB2116 Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license. dead
HB2117 Community Investment Corporation Development Commission; created, report. dead
HB2118 Residential development; impact fees for public facilities related thereto. dead
HB2119 Underground electric transmission lines; locality may request at own expense. dead
HB2120 Small Employer Health Insurance Exchange Act; created. dead
HB2121 Health Insurance Exchange Act; created. dead
HB2122 Health Insurance Risk Transfer Plan; created. dead
HB2123 Fertility treatments; disclosure required of ova donors. dead
HB2124 Abortion; illegal upon overturning of Roe v. Wade. dead
HB2125 Abortion; prohibits those coerced and provides civil remedy. dead
HB2126 Telephone party lines; repeal of punishments for misuse. approved
HB2127 Real property; requires localities to provide individual notice to each taxpayer of certain rates. dead
HB2128 Billboard signs; adjustment or relocation thereof. vetoed
HB2129 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board for; review of contracts. dead
HB2130 Virginia Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program; created. dead
HB2131 Charter; Town of Clifton. dead
HB2132 HOV lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel vehicle license plates. approved
HB2133 Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction. dead
HB2134 Students, admission of; rules to be established requiring 75% thereof be domiciles. dead
HB2135 Collection of taxes; prohibits Department of Taxation from engaging debt collectors outside Dept. approved
HB2136 Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; created. dead
HB2137 State agencies; procurement of services by certain. approved
HB2138 Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions to General Assembly. dead
HB2139 Setoff Debt Collection Act; setoff against federal tax refunds for local tax debt. dead
HB2140 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. dead
HB2141 Voter registration records; authorizes Board of Elections to sell voter lists to other states. approved
HB2142 Limited partnerships and partnerships; prohibits transaction of business thereas unless registered. approved
HB2143 State parks; reduces penalty for violating regulations. approved
HB2144 Judgments; establishes procedure for satisfaction thereof in general district court. approved
HB2145 Alcoholic bev. control; ABC Board to grant mixed beverage license to property operated as resort. approved
HB2146 Children; unlawful to leave unattended in vehicle. dead
HB2147 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement. approved
HB2148 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes railroad rolling stock when sold by manufacturer. approved
HB2149 Health insurance; policy to state coverage for medical treatments under Medicare Parts A and B. dead
HB2150 Foster care services; term means provision of services to child and his family when needed. dead
HB2151 School administrators; revises qualifications for licensure thereof. dead
HB2152 College Savings Program; eliminates requirement of annual report by State Council of Higher Educ. dead
HB2153 Public Broadcasting Board; decreases membership by removing chairman of Council of Higher Education. approved
HB2154 Higher educational institutions; defines continuing or professional education. approved
HB2155 Certificate of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies therefrom. dead
HB2156 Health insurance; mandated coverage for evaluations of brain tumors. dead
HB2157 Medicine, Board of; disciplinary procedure. approved
HB2158 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. dead
HB2159 Payday Loan Act; repeals Act. dead
HB2160 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
HB2161 Emergency medical care system; adds provisions for additional performance improvement measures. approved
HB2162 Felonies; those considered accessories after the fact. dead
HB2163 Incident management; VDOT vehicles are exempt from certain provisions. approved
HB2164 TransDominion Express Commission; created. dead
HB2165 Monacan Parkway; designating as portion of Route 29 within Town of Amherst and Campbell County. approved
HB2166 Education; expenditures and reports on instructional spending. dead
HB2167 Retail Sales and Use Tax; limited exemption on computers and related peripheral equipment. dead
HB2168 Community College Transfer Grant program; created. dead
HB2169 Tuition, In-state; illegal aliens not eligible. dead
HB2170 Misdemeanors; local fee upon conviction to be deposited in fund for law-enforcement training. dead
HB2171 Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created. dead
HB2172 Teachers; removes sunset provision for retirement allowance. dead
HB2173 Libraries; provides that localities may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc. therein. dead
HB2174 Grievance procedure; provides immunity from civil liability for local officials who participate. dead
HB2175 Children; broadens list of sex offenses prohibiting proximity thereto. dead
HB2176 Disaster Response Fund; authorizes disbursements therefrom. dead
HB2177 Driver's license; issued to operate a motorcycle. approved
HB2178 Schedule III controlled substances; adds embutramide to list thereof. approved
HB2179 Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; created. approved
HB2180 Stormwater inspectors; removes certification required by Department of Environmental Quality. approved
HB2181 Machinery and tools tax; provides uniform statewide statutory classification for idle machinery. approved
HB2182 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; licensure exemption. dead
HB2183 Driver's license; suspension thereof for failure to pay jail fees. dead
HB2184 Law-enforcement officer; shall be accused of crime by indictment only. dead
HB2185 Sex Offenses and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; registrants to submit email address. dead
HB2186 Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person. dead
HB2187 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; increases fines for drivers in Hampton Roads Planning District. dead
HB2188 Landlords; notice of termination of lease for substantial rehabilitation of building. approved
HB2189 Charter; City of Newport News. approved
HB2190 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB2191 Land preservation tax credits; maximum amount allowed annually. dead
HB2192 Retail Sales & Use Tax; retailers to report total sales exempt therefrom. dead
HB2193 Local government; equalizes municipal and county taxing authorities. dead
HB2194 Daily outdoor recess; shall not prohibit from participating as means of discipline to student. dead
HB2195 Charter; City of Hampton. approved
HB2196 Chief Information Officer; powers and duties. approved
HB2197 Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions. approved
HB2198 Electronic health records; requires those purchased by state agency to adhere to accepted standard. approved
HB2199 Standards of Quality; eliminates requirement to hire for technology based on number of students. dead
HB2200 State funds; repeals structure and formula for distributing to local law-enforcement in localities. dead
HB2201 Interstate Compact for Juveniles; provides accountability, etc., to track juveniles across borders. approved
HB2202 Voter registration records; clarifies duties of local electoral boards, general registrars, etc. dead
HB2203 Subaqueous lands; parties in City of Norfolk to pay amount commensurate with property interest. approved
HB2204 Grand jury, special; impanelling by State attorney. dead
HB2205 Transportation Board and Transportation Commissioner; elections thereof. dead
HB2206 Highway construction projects; shortens time for state agencies to respond for permits requested. dead
HB2207 Toll facilities; all new to have capability to be fully automated electronic operation. dead
HB2208 Toll facilities; transfer of responsibility from state agency to other public/private entity. dead
HB2209 Transportation Commissioner; powers to outsource or privatize functions of VDOT. dead
HB2210 Medical examiner fee; county or city shall be responsible therefor. approved
HB2211 Emergency Medical Services Registry and Statewide Trauma Registry; created. approved
HB2212 Health regulatory boards; summary restriction of licenses. approved
HB2213 Personnel Act; exemptions from provisions include employees of Indigent Defense Commission. approved
HB2214 Childhood obesity; Sup. of Public Instruction & Health Commissioner to work together to combat. approved
HB2215 Urban county executive form of government; wage requirements for certain employees. dead
HB2216 Driver education programs; school boards that offer to assess surcharge to recover program costs. approved
HB2217 Labor and Industry, Commissioner of; reporting suspected employment misclassification and fraud. dead
HB2218 Charitable organizations; those engaged in food distribution to needy are exempt from regulations. approved
HB2219 Workers' compensation; alternative dispute resolution systems agreed to in certain agreements. dead
HB2220 Income tax, state; deduction for unreimbursed organ donation expenses. approved
HB2221 Birth control; definition thereof. dead
HB2222 Toll facilities; agreements between localities for construction and operation thereof . dead
HB2223 Highway systems; Dept. of Trans. to reconsider and reassign components of highways, etc. dead
HB2224 Business, professional and occupational license (BPOL) tax; media exemption. dead
HB2225 Publications tax; created, revenue to be deposited in Water Quality Improvement Fund. dead
HB2226 Land preservation income tax credits; removes annual inflation indexing. dead
HB2227 Subdivision streets; requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system. dead
HB2228 Transportation Commissioner; develop/implement highway access management standards for highways. approved
HB2229 Impaired Waters Clean-up Plan Report; consolidation of various reports into. approved
HB2230 Tourism Financing Development Authority Act; created. approved
HB2231 Concealed handguns; allows certain State Police officer who leaves in good standing to carry. dead
HB2232 Rail Enhancement Fund; local contribution. dead
HB2233 Rail Enhancement Fund; governing body approving project must be received before funds expended. dead
HB2234 Rail Enhancement Fund; creation of a five-year plan. dead
HB2235 Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits. dead
HB2236 Radford University; increases board of visitors. approved
HB2237 Courthouse construction; assessment for renovation or maintenance. dead
HB2238 Higher Education, Council of; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research. dead
HB2239 Charter; Town of Troutville. approved
HB2240 War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of wing. approved
HB2241 Charter; City of Norfolk. approved
HB2242 Dogs; Class 3 misdemeanor to tether, fasten, etc. to stationary object. dead
HB2243 Payday Loan Act; repeals Act. dead
HB2244 Unlawful detainer actions; bad faith by tenant. dead
HB2245 Smoke Free Air Act; created. dead
HB2246 Law Officers' Retirement System; permits early retirement for any member thereof. dead
HB2247 Biofuels Incentive Grant Program; lowers eligibility requirement of volume of biofuels. dead
HB2248 Yielding right-of-way; driver to yield when approaching certain vehicles. dead
HB2249 Driver's license, restricted; allows judge to issue to person to drive to religious services. dead
HB2250 Exemption from licensing; exempts siblings of landowner from obtaining any hunting, etc. license. dead
HB2251 Uniform Trust Code; public notice when modifying or terminating charitable trusts . approved
HB2252 Discrimination; City of Richmond may enact an ordinance prohibiting on basis of sexual orientation. dead
HB2253 Stalking; penalty when protective orders in effect. dead
HB2254 Victim of crime; definition to include stalking. dead
HB2255 Amber Alert Programs; amends definition of an abducted child to include secondary school students. dead
HB2256 Christopher Reeve Stem Cell Research Fund; Fund used for research with human embryonic stem cells. dead
HB2257 DMV fees; assessment thereof on certain drivers. dead
HB2258 Charitable organizations; exceptions for those that engage in food distribution to needy. dead
HB2259 Freedom of Information Act; records of regional and local park authorities. approved
HB2260 Towing and recovery operators; eliminates requirement to obtain written authorization from owner. dead
HB2261 Zoning violations; overcrowding of residential dwellings. approved
HB2262 Income tax, state; dedicates a portion of car tax to localities. dead
HB2263 Hospital or health center commissions; membership. approved
HB2264 Extortion; withholding immigration document. dead
HB2265 Plats; validation of certain. approved
HB2266 Driver's license, restricted; person may drive for health care service for person residing in house. approved
HB2267 Alexandria, City of; establishing arts and cultural districts. approved
HB2268 Local school boards; policies regarding certain activities. dead
HB2269 Statewide Independent Living Council and Statewide Independent Living Fund; report names of donors. approved
HB2270 Motor vehicle salespersons; sets conditions therefor can be licensed if not employed by dealer. approved
HB2271 School boards; required to annually review school crisis, emergency management, etc. response plans. approved
HB2272 Employment Commission; electronic filing of employer's reports therewith. approved
HB2273 Deregulation, Virginia Commission on; created. dead
HB2274 Health care facilities; three year plan for repeal of certificate of public need program. dead
HB2275 Nanotechnology Authority Act of 2007; created, report. dead
HB2276 Certificate of public need; establishes a two part review for contested /uncontested applications. dead
HB2277 Certificates of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies therefrom. dead
HB2278 Standards of Quality; computation of composite index. dead
HB2279 Sexual offenses; creates number of new crimes labeled indecent liberties against child, etc. dead
HB2280 Highway construction funds; allocations for primary highways. dead
HB2281 Highway maintenance allocations; funds for primary, secondary, and urban systems. dead
HB2282 Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; surviviors/dependents be admitted free. dead
HB2283 Real estate tax; deferral of tax for certain elderly and disabled. dead
HB2284 Income tax, corporate; filing of withholding tax returns. approved
HB2285 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: DRIVING AMERICA'S FUTURE. dead
HB2286 Loitering; prohibited in the rights-of-way of certain highways. dead
HB2287 Absentee voting; alternative procedures to expedite counting. approved
HB2288 VDOT et al; no regulation can require seperate as-built permits for utility located in certain area. dead
HB2289 Driver's license; notice of revocation. dead
HB2290 Nursing Facility Quality Improvement Program; Director of DMAS to establish program thereof. approved
HB2291 Recordation tax; taxes levied on deeds and contracts. dead
HB2292 Limited liability companies; parties to actions, and recordation tax exemptions. approved
HB2293 Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings by local governing bodies. dead
HB2294 Workers' compensation; clarifies certain government employees. approved
HB2295 Rabies vaccinations; surcharge thereon. dead
HB2296 Cats and dogs; exempts releasing agencies from obligations of licensure. approved
HB2297 Fire Prevention Code; requires automatic sprinkler systems, etc. in certain structures. dead
HB2298 Localities; gifts and donations of personal property may be delivered to another govt. entity, etc. approved
HB2299 FAMIS Program; eliminates requirement that DMAS provide quarterly reports thereon. approved
HB2300 Firearms; prohibits state entities or institutions of higher education from adopting regulations. dead
HB2301 Abortion; informed consent thereto shall include determination by physician. dead
HB2302 Nonpublic schools; school boards may enter into agreements therewith for transportation services. approved
HB2303 Hunting on Sundays; allows landowners and persons who have written permission of landowner. dead
HB2304 Emergency management and preparedness; mutual aid agreements. approved
HB2305 Historic areas and sites; adds to provisions related to preservation of historic buildings, etc. dead
HB2306 Higher educational institutions ; operational authority for areas of information technology, etc. dead
HB2307 National Defense Industrial Authority; adds Adjutant General to membership. approved
HB2308 Model firearms hunting ordinances; locality may adopt those developed by Board of Game, etc. approved
HB2309 Shotguns; eliminates certain requirements for hunting migratory game birds. approved
HB2310 Transportation projects, local; state funding for portions thereof. dead
HB2311 Public Charter School Fund; created. approved
HB2312 State agencies; Governor to ensure financial and management review of executive branches, report. dead
HB2313 Migratory Waterfowl Conservation Stamp; changes fiscal year thereof. approved
HB2314 Tolls; provides for imposition and collection thereof for use of any component of Interstate system. approved
HB2315 Meals tax; referendum required in certain cities. dead
HB2316 Motor vehicle dealers; termination of franchises. approved
HB2317 Criminal history information; judicial officer to provide to court. dead
HB2318 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony and prior convictions may be presented to jury. approved
HB2319 Children; parents' right to make medical decisions (Abraham's Law). approved
HB2320 Accident reports; increases amount of property damage reported by law-enforcement officers. dead
HB2321 Larceny; person who uses a computer to commit fraud. dead
HB2322 Illegal immigrant; admission to bail. dead
HB2323 Claims; Anna Malenick Evans. approved
HB2324 Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof. dead
HB2325 Single-family dwellings; localities to designate portion of unimproved land for clustering. dead
HB2326 Single-family dwellings; clustering provisions to become optional. dead
HB2327 Single-family dwellings; exempts certain agricultural counties from provisions designating areas. dead
HB2328 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment of, penalty. dead
HB2329 Drunk driving; mandatory minimum jail time for third offense. dead
HB2330 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony may be presented to jury. dead
HB2331 Assault and battery; enhanced penalty if committed against attorney for State. dead
HB2332 Obstruction of justice; person who threatens attorney of State guilty of felony. approved
HB2333 Jury sentencing; prior convictions. dead
HB2334 Child labor; allows child under 18 to work at licensed farm winery. approved
HB2335 Economic development authority; allows Page County to increase size of board of directors. approved
HB2336 Birth certificates; fraudulent use. dead
HB2337 Child abuse; ingestion of drugs by pregnant woman, penalty. dead
HB2338 Transient occupancy tax; gives each town authority to preempt within town. dead
HB2339 Hunting & trapping; Department of Game & Inland Fisheries to sell permits therefor in state forests. approved
HB2340 Victims of driving under influence of alcohol; Transportation Board ot provide for installation. dead
HB2341 Auctioneers Board; continuing education waiver. dead
HB2342 Miller School of Albemarle; eliminates provision that 2 members of Board be appointed by Gov. approved
HB2343 Smith Mountain Lake State Park; changes name to A. Victor Thomas-Smith Mountain Lake State Park. dead
HB2344 Sexual offenses; prohibiting entry of those convicted onto school property, penalty. approved
HB2345 Sex offender registry; nursing homes, etc. register with State Police to get notification thereof. approved
HB2346 Sex Offender Registry; notification in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. approved
HB2347 Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of witness in criminal case. approved
HB2348 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. vetoed
HB2349 Conservators of peace, special; strikes provision that they have authority in any city or county. approved
HB2350 Literary Fund; school board's application for loan must be signed by governing body & school board. approved
HB2351 Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; maximum amount of contractual obligation. approved
HB2352 Sale of secondhand articles; repeals requirement dealers get permit from local chief of police, etc. dead
HB2353 Computer trespass; adds spyware to crimes. approved
HB2354 Recount procedures; securing of ballots and election materials pending a recount. approved
HB2355 Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council; created. dead
HB2356 Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto. approved
HB2357 Speed determination devices; repeals provision allowing law-enforcement to show motorist readings. approved
HB2358 Southeastern Public Service Authority; special committee to investigate operations and finances. dead
HB2359 Southeastern Public Service Authority; withdrawal of member locality. dead
HB2360 Southeastern Public Service Authority; commission to investigate acceptance of out-of-area waste. dead
HB2361 Court-appointed counsel; compensation for services. approved
HB2362 Taxes and license fees; law-enforcement officials, etc., exempted therefrom for one vehicle. approved
HB2363 Equine dental technicians; required to register with Board of Medicine. approved
HB2364 Magistrates; required to deliver copy of any criminal warrant issued at request of citizen to State. approved
HB2365 Dog collar; person guilty of misdemeanor if takes an electronic or radio transmitting one from dog. approved
HB2366 Water systems; Board of Health to implement chronically noncompliant systems. approved
HB2367 Health care data reporting; repeals sunset provisions. approved
HB2368 Criminal cases; increases compensation of experts. approved
HB2369 Insanity; persons acquitted by reason thereof. approved
HB2370 Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers. approved
HB2371 Joint school; management of funds therefor, selection of fiscal agent. approved
HB2372 Senior Alert Program; created. approved
HB2373 Motorboats; sets maximum speed limit on Smith Mountain Lake. dead
HB2374 Boating safety education; must complete to operate motorboat or personal watercraft, penalty. dead
HB2375 License plates,special; issuance to supporters of The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail. dead
HB2376 DMV fees; assessment thereof on certain drivers. dead
HB2377 Dentistry licensure; removes exam requirement. approved
HB2378 Health Commissioner; duties thereof. approved
HB2379 School bus stops; local governing bodies and VDOT to mark pavement of highways to indicate. dead
HB2380 Road improvements; use of cash proffers by localities. approved
HB2381 Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act; wireless broadband services. approved
HB2382 Consumer utility taxes, local; provider remains liable to appropriate taxing locality. dead
HB2383 Speed limits; provides maximum speed limit in Village of Lucketts. dead
HB2384 Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; created. dead
HB2385 Personal property tax; separate classification for wireless broadband service providers. approved
HB2386 Campaign finance disclosure; filings of candidate reports. approved
HB2387 Parking ordinances; local governments may prohibit parking of certain vehicles. approved
HB2388 License tax; exempt business providing electronic payment services for financial institutions. dead
HB2389 Charitable gaming; use of pull tabs and seal cards. approved
HB2390 Treasurers; make list of uncollected balances on personal property taxes on certain vehicles. approved
HB2391 Public Procurement Act; exempts procurement of disability determination services. approved
HB2392 Public Funds Act; amends Act to authorize Retirement System to provide for investment of funds. approved
HB2393 Medical Examiner's reports; confidential except when death of prisoner committed in local facility. approved
HB2394 Insurance companies; confidentiality of analyses. approved
HB2395 Reformation of trusts; real property deeded to trust. approved
HB2396 Goose Creek; designating portion in Fauquier and Loudoun Counties as Scenic River. approved
HB2397 Condemnation cases; establishing public use. dead
HB2398 Electrical transmission lines; General Assembly and SCC must approve alternative plan. dead
HB2399 Electrical transmission lines; General Assembly and SCC must approve alternative plan. dead
HB2400 Charter; Town of Stephens City. approved
HB2401 Electric Utility Conservation Programs; created, report. dead
HB2402 Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission to consider all effect of proposed line. dead
HB2403 Expert witness certifications; plaintiff in medical malpractice actions must provide. dead
HB2404 Sexual offenses; if convicted of offense, prohibited to reside in proximity to children. dead
HB2405 Concealed handguns; person to inform law-enforcement officer of his possession thereof. dead
HB2406 Concealed weapons; creates new exemption to general prohibition against carrying. dead
HB2407 Community College Transfer Grant program; created. dead
HB2408 Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements. approved
HB2409 Motor vehicle dealers; warranty obligations. approved
HB2410 Amber Alert Programs; amends definition of an abducted child to include secondary school students. approved
HB2411 Highway revenue-sharing funds; Transportation Board make an equivalent matching allocation. dead
HB2412 Animals; euthanizing by use of gas chambers prohibited. dead
HB2413 Concealed handgun; retired law-enforcement officers in favorable review to carry. approved
HB2414 Uniform Statewide Building Code; asbestos inspections. dead
HB2415 Expert witness certifications; service of process. approved
HB2416 Physicians; exceptions to immunity for laboratory tests ordered. dead
HB2417 Enterprise zones; decreases percentage real property investment grants may be awarded. approved
HB2418 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for persons designated to carry out execution. approved
HB2419 Judicial officer; requires leave of court for party in litigation to subpoena to appear. approved
HB2420 Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local public safety officers. dead
HB2421 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation. dead
HB2422 Smoking; prohibited in restaurants, penalty. vetoed
HB2423 Criminal juror; information confidential. dead
HB2424 Criminal juror; information confidential. dead
HB2425 District court; right to remove case to circuit court eliminated. approved
HB2426 Health insurance; coverage for bone marrow transplants. dead
HB2427 Charter; Town of Brookneal. approved
HB2428 Workers' compensation; requires certain employers to furnish medical care thereunder. dead
HB2429 Gangs and terrorism crimes; prosecutuion of those committing. approved
HB2430 Garnishment summons; claims of exemption. dead
HB2431 Reversion of federal lands; State to take title to lands in NoVa with environmental contamination. approved
HB2432 Claims; Dylan Scott Stanley. dead
HB2433 Public-Private Transportation Act; interim or comprehensive agreements to be competitively bid. dead
HB2434 Supplemental funding; dedicates to primary and secondary road construction. dead
HB2435 Immigrants; status in order to obtain domicile in State. dead
HB2436 Community College Transfer Grant program; created. dead
HB2437 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB2438 Eligibility for in-state tuition; dependents of active duty personnel. approved
HB2439 Income tax, state; provides an age deduction. dead
HB2440 Commonwealth Transportation Investment Fund; created. dead
HB2441 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; establishes hours of operation in Northern Virginia. dead
HB2442 Omitted tax bills; to identify specific tax and penalty being assessed. dead
HB2443 License taxes; repeals those that are local. dead
HB2444 High occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; hours of operation. dead
HB2445 Marriage license; waiting period for issuance of license. dead
HB2446 Housing assistance; employees of county to benefit therefrom. approved
HB2447 Health insurance; mandated coverage for enteral formulas necessitated by inborn metabolic disorders. dead
HB2448 Illegal immigration; verify citizenship status of persons in jail. dead
HB2449 Noise abatement structures; local gov. bodies to adopt ordinance requiring developers to construct. dead
HB2450 Alcoholic beverage control; creates new restricted wholesale wine license. approved
HB2451 Affordable housing ordinances; changes law authorizing establishment of housing trust funds, etc. dead
HB2452 Operation of vehicles; consolidates provisions thereto by nonresidents from other states, etc. dead
HB2453 Driving without a license; enhanced penalties for persons convicted multiple times. dead
HB2454 Driving under influence of alcohol; three times in 10 years shall be permanently revoked. dead
HB2455 Indecent language;use thereof via computer with intent to harass, etc. dead
HB2456 Information about anesthesia for fetuses; doctors required to offer. dead
HB2457 Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto. dead
HB2458 Self defense; person is justified using physical force when person enters dwelling unlawfully. dead
HB2459 Incapacitated adults; increase penalties for certain crimes against. approved
HB2460 Charter; Town of Boykins. approved
HB2461 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures and penalties involved therewith. dead
HB2462 Toll facilities; operation of photo-monitoring or automatic vehicle identification systems. approved
HB2463 Regional transportation authorities; created. dead
HB2464 Motor fuels and road taxes; rates and refunds. dead
HB2465 Antique motor vehicles and antique trailers; license plates therefor. approved
HB2466 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; basis and rate. dead
HB2467 Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; basis and rate. dead
HB2468 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; adjusts eligibility for grants or loans. approved
HB2469 Uniform Statewide Building Code; abatement of violations a civil penalty. approved
HB2470 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, penalty. dead
HB2471 Special identification cards;provisions shall not apply to certain applicants. approved
HB2472 Transportation Plan; Statewide; promote economic development and congestion reduction. dead
HB2473 Literary Fund; raises maximum limit for any loan. dead
HB2474 Involuntary commitment; county police department to provide transportation. dead
HB2475 Highway revenue-sharing funds; eliminates four-tier priority system for distributions thereof. dead
HB2476 Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County. dead
HB2477 Police chaplains; certification thereof. dead
HB2478 Wrongful Incarceration Fund; created. dead
HB2479 Nurse, licensed; local school boards to employ for each school. dead
HB2480 Bail bondsman; prohibits use of real property as collateral for a bond. dead
HB2481 Drug first-offender deferral and dismissal consideration; exclusion of certain drugs. dead
HB2482 Antique motor vehicles; removes the 250-mile driving limitation therefor. dead
HB2483 Water quality monitoring; establishes deadline for public to submit its recommendations thereof. approved
HB2484 Photo-monitoring systems; certain counties and cities may establish to enforce traffic light signal. dead
HB2485 Public Procurement Act; procurement of environmentally preferable products. dead
HB2486 Trees; conservation thereof during development process for air quality improvement in certain. dead
HB2487 Low-flow protections; authorizing withdrawal of water from Potomac River. approved
HB2488 Civilian surveillance; Class 1 misdemeanor if person engages in without legal authority. dead
HB2489 Single-family dwellings; time limit for construction of. dead
HB2490 Regional strategic plan; removes exemption for Planning District 8 with regard thereto. dead
HB2491 Alcoholic beverage control; certain conditions for interior advertising, penalty. approved
HB2492 Insurance agents; applicants to submit fingerprints for criminal history records check. dead
HB2493 Farm wineries; establishes criteria for local regulation thereof. approved
HB2494 Tenants by the entirety; married couple acquires property presumption is acquired it thereby. dead
HB2495 Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby. dead
HB2496 Impact fees; supplemental funding for Northern Virginia to go to NOVA Trans. Auth., report. dead
HB2497 Building permits; building official may issue for any construction regulated by Building Code. approved
HB2498 Income tax, state; residential tax credit for increased accessibility and visitability. approved
HB2499 Transient occupancy tax; grants authority to impose extra for local transportation needs. dead
HB2500 Conditional zoning; high-growth localities by ordinance may choose to utilize. approved
HB2501 Specially constructed, replica vehicles, etc.; revises procedures to be titled & registered by DMV. approved
HB2502 Donations; expands definition thereof to include provision of in-kind resources for event. approved
HB2503 Development rights; county and adjacent city may enter voluntarily into an agreement. approved
HB2504 Criminal history & central registry check; est. mandatory background check for foster, etc. parents. approved
HB2505 District court and juvenile and domestic relations district court; increases number of judges, etc. dead
HB2506 Circuit court; increase of judges in various circuits. dead
HB2507 Real estate tax; assessments. dead
HB2508 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB2509 College Partnership Laboratory School Fund; created. dead
HB2510 Provisional driver's licenses; restriction on using cellular phones and wireless devices. dead
HB2511 Support orders; eliminates ability of court to set up income withholdings. dead
HB2512 Regional jails; allows state and city to partner and operate same as local governing body. dead
HB2513 Higher educatuonal institutions; to promote certain principles into freshman orientation process. approved
HB2514 Line of Duty Act; benefits for certain private citizens. dead
HB2515 Disorderly conduct in public places; prosecution thereof to include utterance or display of words. dead
HB2516 Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation therefor. dead
HB2517 Child abuse or neglect; criminal history records check on individuals being investigated. approved
HB2518 Driver's licenses; DMV not to issues to persons convicted of DUI unless proof of vehicle insurance. approved
HB2519 Retirement System; certain conditions apply when hiring retirees into covered positions. dead
HB2520 Health records privacy; creates exceptions to disclose records to law-enforcement officers. approved
HB2521 Failure to serve process; court may dismiss action if process has not been served within one year. approved
HB2522 Branch Pilots, Board of; limited branch pilot license. approved
HB2523 Child Fatality Review Team; Chief Medical Examiner to obtain/review presentence reports. approved
HB2524 Gangs; definition of predicate criminal act to determine membership therein. approved
HB2525 Spay and Neuter Fund; voluntary contributions of tax refunds are distributed therein. approved
HB2526 Firearms; crime to knowingly possess while in unlawful possession of controlled substance, etc. dead
HB2527 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; rights of data subjects. approved
HB2528 Garnishment; exemption of child support payments therefrom. approved
HB2529 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; use of depositions before. dead
HB2530 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; certain judges, etc., authorized to perform hearings. approved
HB2531 Hunters; required to identify himself when retrieving hunting dogs from landowner's property. approved
HB2532 Unborn child; unintentionally causing miscarriage or stillbirth thereof punishable as felony. dead
HB2533 Criminal warrants; authorizes sheriff or his deputy to issue. approved
HB2534 Truck climbing lanes; requiring trucks and combination vehicles to keep to right on interstate. approved
HB2535 Sexual battery; manner by which is committed. dead
HB2536 Special license plates; repeal of authorizations. approved
HB2537 Administrative Process Act; amends by renumbering provisions of various codes. approved
HB2538 Transportation Commissioner;enter on land to ascertain its suitability for transportation purposes. approved
HB2539 Water Resources and Wetlands Protection Program; created. approved
HB2540 Lance Corporal Jason Redifer Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 608 bridge over I-64 in Augusta. approved
HB2541 Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 256 bridge over I-81. approved
HB2542 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions. approved
HB2543 Motor vehicle repair labor rates; SCC to conduct quarterly surveys of operators of repair facility. dead
HB2544 Subdivision plats; local planning commission, etc to forward to appropriate state agency for review. approved
HB2545 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities. approved
HB2546 Certificate of public need; Commissioner's approval of change may increase capital expenditure. approved
HB2547 Firearms; regulation by counties for hunting. approved
HB2548 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase authorized in Northern Virginia localities. dead
HB2549 Student contact information; regulations of Board of Education concerning release of directory info. dead
HB2550 Discrimination; prohibited in public employment. dead
HB2551 Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created, report. dead
HB2552 Gift certificates; prohibit issuer thereof from charging maintenance fee, etc. dead
HB2553 Freedom of Information Act; allows governing body to meet electronically when state of emergency. dead
HB2554 Uniform Statewide Building Code; emergency communication equipment. dead
HB2555 Green Buildings Act; created, report. dead
HB2556 Textbooks in public schools; availability for home use. dead
HB2557 Health insurance; State to pay for law-enforcement officer receiving work-related disability. approved
HB2558 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for certain information in rabies vaccination certificates. approved
HB2559 BPOL tax; commissioner of revenue to accept estimated payments thereof based on preceding year. dead
HB2560 Constitutional amendments; approval of second joint resolution to include explanation for voters. dead
HB2561 Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits callers from using to call health care provider. dead
HB2562 Health insurance claims; joint payment thereof. dead
HB2563 Payday Loan Act; SCC to contract with third party to develop Internet accessible database. dead
HB2564 Standards of Quality; local school boards to enroll students in gifted education programs. dead
HB2565 Computer fraud; occurs if person converts or copies property of another without authorization. dead
HB2566 District courts or juvenile domestic relations district courts; withdrawal of appeals. dead
HB2567 Human research review committees; publication of results. approved
HB2568 Erosion and sediment control; violation of ordinances. approved
HB2569 Tolling of speedy trial statute; law already in place during pendency by State is extended. approved
HB2570 Victims of crime; right to nondisclosure of certain information. approved
HB2571 Sex Offender Registry;revocation of probation/parole if person is convicted of failure to register. dead
HB2572 Autism; includes if medically diagnosed under definition of 'functional and central nervous system'. dead
HB2573 Concealed handgun permits; adds retired credentialed intelligence agents of armed forces, etc. dead
HB2574 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason. dead
HB2575 Assault and battery against family member; deferred finding. dead
HB2576 Protective orders; extension by court. approved
HB2577 Income tax, state; provides an age deduction. dead
HB2578 Children; expands current crime of taking indecent liberties therewith. dead
HB2579 Mechanic's lien; adds certification of mailing therefor by general contractor. approved
HB2580 Mechanic's liens; certification of mailing for certain contractors. approved
HB2581 Implied new home warranty; provides that limitations for actions for breach thereof. dead
HB2582 Public Procurement Act; modification of contracts. dead
HB2583 Surgical complications; requires physicians to report from elective outpatient procedures. dead
HB2584 Marijuana; person accused of possession may request full chemical analysis of plant material. dead
HB2585 Motorcycle helmets; exempted from wearing thereof on certain byways and highways. dead
HB2586 Looting; defines and sets punishment. dead
HB2587 Running a red light; increases penalty therefor. dead
HB2588 National Firearms Act; Superintendent of Dept. of State Police to certify transfer & registration. dead
HB2589 Closely held corporations; allows representation by an officer, etc. pro se before gen. dist. court. dead
HB2590 Tuition, in-state; waiver thereof for military survivors and public safety personnel. dead
HB2591 Sexual offenses; notify defendant prior to punishment for subsequent offenses. approved
HB2592 Sexual offenses; enhanced punishment for second or subsequent such offense against victims under 13. dead
HB2593 Concealed weapons; judges may carry without permit. dead
HB2594 Driver's license; removes certain provision for suspension thereof. approved
HB2595 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; changes membership of Fair Housing Board. approved
HB2596 Marijuana or controlled substances; loss of driver's license for possession. dead
HB2597 Commercial motor vehicles; prohibited from driving in left lane in certain areas. dead
HB2598 Urban county executive form of government; commission on human rights. dead
HB2599 Advisory Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB2600 Protection of disposed records; businesses to take measures to protect against unauthorized access. dead
HB2601 Veterans Day; Board of Education to provide information for commemoration thereof. approved
HB2602 Voluntary contributions of tax refunds; adds public library foundations, etc to list. approved
HB2603 Foreign stock and nonstock corporations; annual registration and filing fees. approved
HB2604 Tuition; waiver thereof for children and spouses of certain public safety personnel. dead
HB2605 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment of, penalty. dead
HB2606 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB2607 Nursing homes; requires Board of Health to establish staffing standards therein. dead
HB2608 Income tax, state; deduction for licensed medical caregivers. dead
HB2609 Income tax, state; in-home health care tax credit. dead
HB2610 Vehicle registration; increases fees for those not designed to transport passengers for farming. dead
HB2611 Income and personal property taxes; localities to impose. dead
HB2612 TANF; eligibility for benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
HB2613 Standards of Quality; reduces current pupil-teacher ratio in kindergarten. dead
HB2614 Electrical utility facilities; review of construction applications by State Corporation Commission. approved
HB2615 Electrical utility facilities; suspension of new construction in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties. dead
HB2616 Airports, private-use; those licensed not required to provide proof of financial responsibility. approved
HB2617 Aircraft; proof of financial responsibility with respect thereto. approved
HB2618 Real estate tax; localities to tax certain energy-efficient buildings. approved
HB2619 Computer Crimes Act; definition of to include costs of production, etc. dead
HB2620 Community policy and management teams; adds children requiring mental health services. dead
HB2621 Sales and use tax form, certain; Tax Commissioner to revise, report. dead
HB2622 Illegal alien; person who conceals or shields guilty of felony. dead
HB2623 Tuition, in-state; illegal aliens not eligible therefor. dead
HB2624 Government Performance and Results Act; each agency to report progress addressing impact of aging. approved
HB2625 Prisoners; create system for identifying prisoners with learning disabilities. approved
HB2626 Racing Commission; to adopt regulations concerning advance deposit account wagering, etc. approved
HB2627 Correctional Education, Department of; literacy program. approved
HB2628 Correctional Education, Board of; composition of membership. approved
HB2629 Matricula Consular cards; not to be relied upon as evidence that individual is State resident. dead
HB2630 Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; surviviors/dependents be admitted free. dead
HB2631 Student records; limitations on access thereto. approved
HB2632 Lottery Department, State; lottery sales agents are licensed thereby. dead
HB2633 Parole; basis for denial thereof. dead
HB2634 Tax legislation; requires a sunset date of no more than four years thereon. dead
HB2635 Mandated Health Insurance Benefits, Special Advisory Commission on; abolished. dead
HB2636 Geriatric mental health care services; DMHMRSAS to develop pilot program therefor. dead
HB2637 Alcoholic beverage control; creates limited mixed beverage restaurant licenses. approved
HB2638 Alcoholic beverage control; clarifies outdoor dining areas for mixed beverage restaurant license. approved
HB2639 Redevelopment and Housing Authority; limit on number of local governing body members who may serve. dead
HB2640 Inoperable vehicles; prohibits imposition of local vehicle license taxes and fees thereon. approved
HB2641 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and disabled, indexing income limits. dead
HB2642 Subaqueous land; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain S&S Marine Supply in Hampton. approved
HB2643 Income tax, state; senior citizen tax relief. dead
HB2644 Misdemeanor and felony fixed fees; increase thereof. dead
HB2645 Charter; City of Suffolk. approved
HB2646 Emergency protective orders; issuance thereof & judge to provide protected person with forms, etc. approved
HB2647 Persons under disability; shall not include an incarcerated person. approved
HB2648 Abortion or miscarriage; intent to produce or cause. dead
HB2649 Pharmacy, Board of; grounds for discipline. approved
HB2650 Campaign finance disclosure; clarifies certain definitions and reporting requirements. approved
HB2651 State employees; removes reference to Milliman & Robertson's guidelines from Code. dead
HB2652 Concealed weapons; amends provisions relating thereto. dead
HB2653 Firearms; illegal conveyance. approved
HB2654 Military Affairs, Department of; establishes specific duties and functions to be carried out. approved
HB2655 Highway maintenance payments; counties that have withdrawn from state secondary highway system. dead
HB2656 LEED Silver standard; established by U. S. Green Building Council. dead
HB2657 School boards; developing policies for parents participation in child's education without harassing. dead
HB2658 Child support; probation for nonpayment. dead
HB2659 Writ on judgment; sheriff to post copy thereof to recover specific property on party' door. approved
HB2660 Juveniles; investigation of social history prior to commitment. approved
HB2661 Confidential records; adds group homes to list eligible to review certain records of minors. approved
HB2662 Virginia, Ever Enshrined; designating as official state song. dead
HB2663 Pesticides and fertilizers; prohibits providers of lawn care services from applying to streets, etc. dead
HB2664 Planning and Budget, Department of; reestimate of agency needs. dead
HB2665 Driver's license expiration; extension to certain persons in service serving outside country. dead
HB2666 Machinery and tools; classification as intangible personal property. dead
HB2667 Signs, certain; those located on real property of educational institution. dead
HB2668 Charter; City of Fairfax. dead
HB2669 Freedom of Information Act; allows public bodies to meet by electronic communication without quorum. approved
HB2670 General Assembly; repeals provisions requiring certain bills be filed by first day of session. dead
HB2671 Sexually violent predators; civil commitment. approved
HB2672 Sexually violent predators; if convicted of sex offense referred to Commitment Review Committee. dead
HB2673 Jury sentencing; empanelment of new jury in event of deadlock. vetoed
HB2674 Toy vehicles; prohibits use thereof on highways, exception. approved
HB2675 Business licenses, beginning; all taxes owed to locality to be paid before issuance. dead
HB2676 Budgets, local; modifies existing requirements for advertising, etc. when a locality amends. approved
HB2677 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include railroad rolling stock when sold, etc. by manufacturer. dead
HB2678 Opiate addiction treatment; centers to refrain from providing services on Sunday, exception. approved
HB2679 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; impact fees for public facilities related to development. dead
HB2680 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; impact fees for public facilities related to development. dead
HB2681 Credit reports; authorizes any consumer to freeze access to his. dead
HB2682 Local Partnership Programs; VDOT make sure funds are transmitted periodically to locality. dead
HB2683 Motor vehicle insurance; prohibits premiums based on credit history. dead
HB2684 Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA); replaces current provisions in the code with this act. approved
HB2685 Product liability cases; accrual of right of action. dead
HB2686 Income tax, state; animal adoption tax credit. dead
HB2687 Unfair employment practices; discharging employees when unauthorized aliens are employed. dead
HB2688 Workers' compensation; benefits paid to unauthorized aliens. dead
HB2689 Smoke Free Air Act; created. dead
HB2690 Virginia Military Advisory Council; adds Secretary of Public Safety to membership, report. approved
HB2691 Environmental Health Education and Training Fund; created. approved
HB2692 Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund; limitations. approved
HB2693 Retirement System; certain conditions for retirees hired as nurses. dead
HB2694 Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation. approved
HB2695 Dams, low-head; owners to use signs, etc. to warn public of hazards of swimming, etc. posed thereby. approved
HB2696 Electronic voting equipment; requirements for vendors seeking Board of Elections certification. dead
HB2697 Elections; recount procedures. dead
HB2698 Northern Virginia Transportation District Fund; dedication of matching funds. dead
HB2699 Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion of state's general fund share to be dedicated to WMATA. dead
HB2700 Driver's licenses; first-time applicants prove they completed an approved driver education program. dead
HB2701 Driver's permits, temporary; 90-day limitation does not apply to first-time drivers pending court. dead
HB2702 Driver training school and instructor; changes terms, and requires passing of DMV course. dead
HB2703 Transportation District Programs, and Transportation Projects Fund; created. dead
HB2704 Retail sales and use tax; portion dedicated for transportation. dead
HB2705 Recordation tax; dedicated for transportation. dead
HB2706 Transportation District Programs, and Transportation Investment Fund; created. dead
HB2707 Electronic voting equipment; requirements and recount procedures. approved
HB2708 Net energy metering; purchase of excess electricity generated by eligible customer-generator. approved
HB2709 Cemetery operators and funeral establishments; prohibited acts. dead
HB2710 Dams and related facilities; service districts to construct, maintain, and operate. approved
HB2711 Child unattended in a car; unlawful for younger than six years. dead
HB2712 Concealment of dead body; prohibition against, penalty. dead
HB2713 Obstruction of justice; failure to call when criminal act has occurred. dead
HB2714 Shooting enclosures, illegal; increases penalty for violating provisons thereof. approved
HB2715 Driver's licenses, provisional; allows holder thereof to drive certain hours when babysitting. dead
HB2716 Charter; James City County. approved
HB2717 Paternity; State Registrar of vital records to provide certified copies of sworn statements thereof. dead
HB2718 Law Officers' Retirement System; provides supplemental allowance currently paid to certain members. dead
HB2719 Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose. dead
HB2720 Charter; Town of Cheriton. approved
HB2721 Criminal history background checks; providers licensed by DMHMRSAS. dead
HB2722 Burial expenses; increase disregard from countable resources when calculating Medicaid eligibility. dead
HB2723 Communications sales and use tax; exemptions include military base customers. approved
HB2724 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain property purchased by churches. approved
HB2725 Public employees; occupational safety and health program therefor. dead
HB2726 Emergency plans; review of certain by localities. approved
HB2727 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. approved
HB2728 Assault and battery on child; custody and visitation. dead
HB2729 FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area map; notification of changes thereto. approved
HB2730 Hospital regulations; provision allowing patients to receive visits from whom they desire. approved
HB2731 State employees; right to contact public officials. dead
HB2732 Brain and spinal cord injury registry; specifies conditions thereof. approved
HB2733 Driver's licenses and special identification cards; no more than five contact persons listed. dead
HB2734 Electronic voting equipment; requires localities to provide access thereto to disabled voters. dead
HB2735 National Association of Counties; locality to participate. approved
HB2736 Assault and battery against family member; deferred finding. dead
HB2737 Vote-counting machines; Board of Elections to conduct postelection audits. dead
HB2738 Minimum Wage Act; repeals exclusion for persons who are 65 thereunder. approved
HB2739 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star certified products. dead
HB2740 Campaign finance disclosure; reports of independent expenditures by political action committees. approved
HB2741 Guardians and conservators; use of real estate professionals. dead
HB2742 Presidential elections; agreement among states to elect by National Popular Vote. dead
HB2743 Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing & Community Development to establish, report. dead
HB2744 Fair housing law; unlawful discriminatory housing practice. dead
HB2745 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide. dead
HB2746 Real estate tax; assessment of real property by localities. dead
HB2747 Fingerprints and photograph; taking thereof of persons issued summons. dead
HB2748 DUI; prohibits driving of only a motor vehicle following a conviction thereto. dead
HB2749 Sex offender registration; offender to include any electronic mail address, etc. that he will use. approved
HB2750 Capital murder; premeditated killing of a judge or justice. approved
HB2751 Illegal aliens; possession of firearms. dead
HB2752 Amber Alert Program; use of certain technology. approved
HB2753 Real estate tax; tax credit for certain residential property. dead
HB2754 Illegal Substances Excise Tax Act; created. dead
HB2755 Sex Offender Registry; adds to list of those offenses requiring registration. dead
HB2756 Probation and suspended sentence; violations thereof considered misdemeanor charge. dead
HB2757 Contractors, Board for; exemptions for certain career and technical education projects. approved
HB2758 Freedom of Information Act; posting of meeting notices and minutes of public bodies. approved
HB2759 Search warrant affidavits; delivery in person or by mail. approved
HB2760 Marijuana; notice of right to receive full analysis. dead
HB2761 Running a red light; punishable as reckless driving. dead
HB2762 Stopping on highways; makes it illegal to stop in intersections in certain localities. dead
HB2763 Speeding; increases minimum fine if driving over 20 miles of speed limit. dead
HB2764 Local employees; right to receive certain benefit information in writing. approved
HB2765 Construction; slayer statute. approved
HB2766 Retirement benefits; exemption of certain from creditor process. approved
HB2767 Fiduciaries; presumption of prudence. approved
HB2768 Firearms; possession by persons under age 18. dead
HB2769 Pocket knives on school property; amends exception that allows person to carry. dead
HB2770 Public Records Act; disposition of public records. dead
HB2771 Larceny; charging of crime. dead
HB2772 Fraudulent credit card application; false statements to obtain property or credit. approved
HB2773 License plate or decal; unlawful possession thereof. dead
HB2774 Judges; early retirement. dead
HB2775 Larceny, aggravated; person who commits assault or assault & battery while in commission thereof. dead
HB2776 Sex offender treatment offices; prohibited in certain residential areas. approved
HB2777 Comprehensive plan; includes urban development areas. dead
HB2778 Marijuana charges; expungement of records . dead
HB2779 Haley's Mill Pond Dam; Virginia Department of Transportation to repair dam in Middlesex County. dead
HB2780 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment in boundary line within King William County. approved
HB2781 Transfer of highways, etc.; may transfer interest in or control over certain highways, etc. approved
HB2782 Bottomlands; conveyance of state-owned. approved
HB2783 Child labor offenses; civil penalty that may be assessed. approved
HB2784 Electric utility restructuring; rates for customers receiving default service rates. dead
HB2785 Highway funds; additional allocation to certain port cities. approved
HB2786 Retail Franchising Act; requirement of SCC for franchise registration. approved
HB2787 License plates, special; issuance to members of U.S. Coast Guard. approved
HB2788 Lieu of posting bond; adds surety bonds, etc. from attorney's escrow account to type of payment. approved
HB2789 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, penalty. approved
HB2790 Certificate of analysis; right to examine person performing. dead
HB2791 Onsite sewage disposal system; permit for installing in certain counties. approved
HB2792 Life insurance policies; clarifies trustee has insurable interest therein & makes same retroactive. dead
HB2793 Display of local license, decals, etc.; exempts certain public service companies therefrom. approved
HB2794 License plates, special; issuance of Purple Heart plates free of charge to certain members. dead
HB2795 Subdivision streets; certain requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system. dead
HB2796 Impact fees; locality to impose and collect fees to cover costs of issuing permits . dead
HB2797 Born and preborn human being; constitutional right to enjoyment of life. dead
HB2798 Divorce, no-fault; parties with minor children cannot obtain. dead
HB2799 Electric power and energy; purchase by Virginia Tech and municipal corporation. approved
HB2800 Region 2000 Airport Authority Act; created. approved
HB2801 Sewage sludge; requires local government certify that site thereof in compliance with ordinances. dead
HB2802 Land application of sewage sludge; regulation and management thereof. approved
HB2803 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain wireless & broadband equipment. dead
HB2804 Credit reports; authorizes an individual over age 65 to freeze thereto. dead
HB2805 Enterprise zone incentive grants; Governor to include in budget bill appropriation therefor. dead
HB2806 Commissioners of revenue; deny license for those without legal documents for employment in U.S. dead
HB2807 Enterprise zone grants; allows businesses to apply for additional appropriations. dead
HB2808 Abortion; requirement of ultrasound testing as part of informed consent. dead
HB2809 National Guard; employment protection. approved
HB2810 Income tax, state; credit for purchase of certain prescription drug expenses. dead
HB2811 Firearms; possession thereof in residences of mentally ill persons. dead
HB2812 Real estate tax; localities to tax residential property at lower tax rate. dead
HB2813 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain surplus revenue. dead
HB2814 Zoning ordinance; denying, etc. application for rezoning when transportation network is inadequate. dead
HB2815 Medical products and services; State to purchase lowest cost appropriate. dead
HB2816 Weights and measures; allows Commissioner to establish a schedule for examination thereof. approved
HB2817 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
HB2818 Polling place; allows no more than three representatives of each candidate to remain therein. approved
HB2819 Payday Loan Act; notice of alternative lenders. dead
HB2820 Biotechnology Investment Tax Credit; created. dead
HB2821 Freedom of Information Act; records containing social security numbers. dead
HB2822 Line of Duty Disability Benefits Fund; expenses related to certain traffic incidents credited to. dead
HB2823 Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employee. dead
HB2824 Pre-recorded simulcast horse racing; allocations to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB2825 Land Conservation Fund; disbursement of moneys. approved
HB2826 Security and Immigration Compliance Act; public bodies, etc. who intend to contract to register,etc. dead
HB2827 Children; prior adjudications of delinquency. dead
HB2828 Stalking; enhanced penalty therefor if victim is a minor. dead
HB2829 Doctrine of worthier title; abolished. approved
HB2830 Divorce; revocation of death benefits, federal preemption. approved
HB2831 Transfers to minors act; enables custodian of trust to transfer property without a court order. approved
HB2832 Spendthrift trust; related duties. approved
HB2833 Augmented estate; inclusion of insurance policies. approved
HB2834 Home ownership grants; amount localities may provide for certain local government employees. approved
HB2835 Attorney General; compromise and settlement of disputes. approved
HB2836 Revocable trusts; validity thereof. approved
HB2837 George Washington's birthday; Department of Education to provide schools information thereon. approved
HB2838 Transportation infrastructure; VDOT to submit biennial report on maintenance and operation thereof. approved
HB2839 Soil Scientists and Wetland Professionals, Board for; extends waiver of requirements, etc. approved
HB2840 Personnel Act; hiring preference for veterans for employment with State. approved
HB2841 Home ownership grants; amount localities may provide for certain local government employees. dead
HB2842 Pharmacist; requirement that sell and dispense drugs. dead
HB2843 Physician, licensed; authority to send laboratory results directly to patient. dead
HB2844 Salvinorin A; included as a Schedule I hallucinogenic. dead
HB2845 Emergency preparedness; makes several revisions related to orders of isolation and quarantine. approved
HB2846 Fiduciaries; expenses and commissions allowed reviewed by commissioners. dead
HB2847 Standards of Quality; average teacher salary. dead
HB2848 Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local public safety officers. dead
HB2849 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB2850 Intermodal Planning and Investment, Office of; change of name, and additional duties of Office. approved
HB2851 Children's Services Ombudsman; Board of Education to appoint for each local school division. dead
HB2852 Campaign finance disclosure; special registration provisions for certain committees. approved
HB2853 Stun weapons; eliminates references to tasers throughout Code. approved
HB2854 Transportation Board; Commissioner to report on various expenditures. approved
HB2855 Search warrants; allows an agent of U. S. Department of Homeland Security, etc. approved
HB2856 Community College Transfer Grant Program; created. dead
HB2857 Stem cell research; authorizes research involving derivation & use of human embryonic cells, etc. dead
HB2858 Local community-based probation services; makes numerous technical changes throughout the Code. approved
HB2859 Attorneys; Compensation Board to prepare list of localities eligible to have full-time for State. approved
HB2860 Alcohol to an underage person; person found guilty of shall have his license suspended six months. dead
HB2861 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; notice of meetings and technical amendments. approved
HB2862 Divorce; assault and battery against family member constitutes immediate grounds. dead
HB2863 Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at marked crosswalks. dead
HB2864 Powers of attorney; duties and liabilities of agents. approved
HB2865 Unemployment compensation; exclusion for temporary staffing services. dead
HB2866 Health insurance credits; to include all retired school division employees. dead
HB2867 Legislative agencies; those authorized to employ personnel to report annually to General Assembly. dead
HB2868 Deputies; number of full-time appointed by sheriff of county without police force to be fixed. dead
HB2869 Retirement System; investments related to Sudan. dead
HB2870 Cellular telephones; encouraged to program with ICE numbers. dead
HB2871 Trusts, state and local; created to fund postemployment benefits other than pensions. dead
HB2872 Correctional facilities, local; changes time and manner of payment thereto by Compensation Board. dead
HB2873 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
HB2874 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution of local use tax revenues. dead
HB2875 Drunk driving; subsequent offense dead
HB2876 Indians, Council on; change in membership, report. dead
HB2877 Human papillomavirus vaccinations; requires health insurers to provide coverage thereof. dead
HB2878 Air pollution; methods to determine opacity. dead
HB2879 Claims; Charles City County. dead
HB2880 Health Research Fund; investment of moneys therein would be governed by certain provisions. approved
HB2881 Priority Transportation Fund; dedicates revenues from motor vehicle insurance license tax thereto. dead
HB2882 Southwest Virginia Health Facilities Authority; created. approved
HB2883 Teacher experience credit; school boards to grant teachers for active-duty military service. dead
HB2884 Overweight coal trucks; penalties imposed on owners thereof. dead
HB2885 Housing authorities; compensation of commissioners. approved
HB2886 Leland Branham Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 72 bridge over Tom's Creek within Scott Co. dead
HB2887 Insurance; prohibits insurers from setting rates based on credit history. dead
HB2888 Revenue-sharing funds; repeals provision for use of so-called funding of certain highway projects. dead
HB2889 Claims; Rodney Robinette and Susan Cowden. dead
HB2890 Secure juvenile facility or detention home; punishment for certain offenses committed within. approved
HB2891 Absentee voting, in-person; qualified voters may vote at sites provided in locality. dead
HB2892 House of Delegates districts; makes adjustments in boundary line between Second & Third districts. dead
HB2893 Student information; public schools & public institutions of higher education may retain copies. approved
HB2894 St. Paul, Town of; allows industrial development authority to reduce number of board of directors. approved
HB2895 Criminal history record information; special conservators of peace enforcing littler laws to access. dead
HB2896 Agriculture & Consumer Services, Commissioner of; century farm not subject to eminent domain. dead
HB2897 Mine safety; mine operators to maintain motorized transport at working face of mine. dead
HB2898 Cats and dogs; delays effective date for localities to forward license information to treasurer. dead
HB2899 Conservators of peace, special; authorized by locality to use flashing blue lights in vehicles . dead
HB2900 Firearms; prohibits possession thereof on Capitol Square. dead
HB2901 Absentee voting, in-person; qualified voters may vote at sites provided in locality. dead
HB2902 License plates; eliminates requiring two. dead
HB2903 School buses; requirement of safety belts. dead
HB2904 Retirement System; additional information to localities. dead
HB2905 Charter; City of Suffolk dead
HB2906 Community Action Act; revises process for designation of community action agency. approved
HB2907 License plates, special; those convicted of DUI to use yellow license plates. dead
HB2908 Motor vehicle insurance; prohibits rate increases for not-at-fault accidents. dead
HB2909 Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and disabled. dead
HB2910 Affordable housing; development for low- and moderate-income persons. dead
HB2911 Absentee voting and absentee ballot applications; persons 65 or older may vote absentee. dead
HB2912 Cell phones; bans use thereof by drivers of school buses and passenger-carrying commercial vehicles. dead
HB2913 Coal and gas road improvement tax; extends sunset provision. dead
HB2914 Cradle of Liberty; designating as official state song. dead
HB2915 State Police Headquarters, former; State to convey property on Rt. 83 to Buchanan County. dead
HB2916 Vehicle detection devices; motorcycles to proceed through steady red signals if controlled thereby. dead
HB2917 Weight limits for gravel trucks; extends sunset provision. approved
HB2918 Courthouse security; increases costs in each criminal or traffic case in district or circuit courts. dead
HB2919 Communications sales and use tax; distribution formula for localities. dead
HB2920 Income tax, personal and corporate; statute of limitations for abuse tax avoidance transactions. approved
HB2921 Legislative efficiency review program; directs JLARC to review each house and legislative agencies. dead
HB2922 VDOT; annual statistical report concerning highway and arterial roadway levels of service. dead
HB2923 Human Trafficking, Commission On Prevention of; created, report. approved
HB2924 Extortion; withholding immigration document. dead
HB2925 Retail Sales and Use Tax; limited exemption on computers and related peripheral equipment. dead
HB2926 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement officers by agreement with Department of Homeland Security. dead
HB2927 Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; deletes exclusion for elevator structure four stories or above. dead
HB2928 Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names. approved
HB2929 License fees; authorizes local body to charge according to gross receipts of business. dead
HB2930 Business and state licenses, local; denied or suspended if business employs unlawful workers. dead
HB2931 Immigration status; cooperation with federal officials regarding. dead
HB2932 Public schools; proof of immigration status or actual citizenship to enroll, report. dead
HB2933 Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration, et al., regarding. dead
HB2934 Immigrants; requirement of lawful status for state determination of legal domicile. dead
HB2935 Tuition, in-state; illegal aliens not eligible therefor. dead
HB2936 Illegal aliens; law-enforcement officers have authority to enforce U. S. immigration laws. dead
HB2937 Certain aliens; eligibility of for state and local public benefits. dead
HB2938 Potomac River; restores jurisdictional provision of Maryland-Virginia Compact. dead
HB2939 Housing assistance; employees of county to benefit therefrom. dead
HB2940 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include personal computers and computer printers. dead
HB2941 Highway systems; Dept. of Trans. to reconsider and reassign components of highways, etc. dead
HB2942 Recordation tax; dedication of certain to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB2943 Misdemeanor cases; law-enforcement officer may issue summons or arrest person. dead
HB2944 Transportation Commissioner; powers to outsource or privatize functions of VDOT. dead
HB2945 Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at marked crosswalks. dead
HB2946 Electronics disposal and recycling; policies thereof are consistent with data, etc. policies. approved
HB2947 Obstruction of justice; how crime is charged. approved
HB2948 State employees; health insurance plan to provide coverage for radiation therapy. dead
HB2949 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment by intensity modulated radiation therapy. dead
HB2950 Architects, professional engineers, land surveyors, and landscape architects; definitions. dead
HB2951 Tolls; VDOT to impose and collect for use of Route 17 in City of Chesapeake. approved
HB2952 Medical records; fees for copying. dead
HB2953 Administrative subpoena; issued for records of electronic communication service, etc. approved
HB2954 Eminent domain; definition of public uses and limitations thereon. approved
HB2955 Temporary detention orders; licensed physician to complete in-person evaluation. approved
HB2956 Retirement System; creates new defined contribution plan for employees who enter on/after 7/1/07. dead
HB2957 Child custody; presumption that joint legal and physical custody is in best interest of child. dead
HB2958 Criminal prosecution; civil actions arising therefrom, statute of limitations. dead
HB2959 Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction. approved
HB2960 Hotel or restaurant services; failure to pay charges, penalty. dead
HB2961 Stock and nonstock corporations; authorizing notice and allowing voting by electronic transmission. dead
HB2962 Life-sharing communities; defines and establishes criteria for licensing and inspection thereof. approved
HB2963 Credit reports; authorizes any consumer to freeze access thereto. dead
HB2964 Motor vehicle; unlawful entry into. dead
HB2965 Certificates of analysis; notice by clerk to counsel regarding. dead
HB2966 Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim. dead
HB2967 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure requirements for local government. dead
HB2968 Child pornography cases; venue. approved
HB2969 Medical students; prohibition of unauthorized pelvic exams. approved
HB2970 Sex Offender Registry; clarifies that reregistration periods for those on registry are inflexible. dead
HB2971 Drug Treatment Court; restricts use thereof to cases involving possession of drugs or marijuana. dead
HB2972 Administrative license suspension; clarification thereof for DUI. dead
HB2973 Unsolicited bulk electronic messages; changes scope of State's spam law. dead
HB2974 Drug or alcohol content of blood; post-arrest testing. dead
HB2975 Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998; commissioner of revenue to rely upon DMV information. approved
HB2976 Property; release of deed of trust or other lien. dead
HB2977 Wrongful death action; award shall be distributed to decedent's estate. dead
HB2978 Watercraft; maiming of another resulting from operating thereof while intoxicated. approved
HB2979 Sexual offenses; raises penalty for use of communications systems when involving children. dead
HB2980 Child pornography; seizure and forfeiture of equipment. approved
HB2981 Criminal charges; effect of dismissal. approved
HB2982 Special counsel; compensation thereof. approved
HB2983 Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures. dead
HB2984 Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local employees. dead
HB2985 Auxiliary police forces; deemed to be law-enforcement officers when called into service. dead
HB2986 Zoning ordinance; development agreements for locality located in Planning District 8. dead
HB2987 Tobacco products; use thereof around foster care children . dead
HB2988 Income tax, state; filing threshold amounts. dead
HB2989 Portsmouth Port & Industrial Commission; authority to provide financing by leasing, etc. facilities. approved
HB2990 Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission to convey adjoining parcels thereof. approved
HB2991 Public defenders; duties. approved
HB2992 Appeal bonds; fees or costs shall not be assessed, etc. for any motion from order denying bail, etc. dead
HB2993 Attorney General; compromise and settlement of disputes. dead
HB2994 Dental hygienists; authority to administer topical oral fluorides. approved
HB2995 Campaign finance; disclosure of controlling individuals. dead
HB2996 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; procedure for review of reports for certain candidates. dead
HB2997 Motor fuels tax; modifies rates of taxation. dead
HB2998 Handguns; possession by certain persons who had parental rights terminated. dead
HB2999 Electoral College; votes to be allocated by popular vote for presidential elections. dead
HB3000 Firearms; possession thereof following certain criminal convictions. dead
HB3001 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason. dead
HB3002 Affordable housing; investment of funds. approved
HB3003 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; adds certain definitions, requirements, & clarifications . dead
HB3004 Animals; euthanizing by use of gas chambers prohibited. dead
HB3005 Natural gas pipeline; Marine Resources Commission to grant easements and rights-of-way. approved
HB3006 Investigation following conviction for criminal street gang activity; dead
HB3007 Juvenile certification; only certified upon conviction. approved
HB3008 Uniform crime reports; shall be distributed in an electronic format. approved
HB3009 Retirement system; localities provide benefits to local employees of juvenile detention facilities. dead
HB3010 Motor vehicle, T&M vehicle, trailer, etc.; imposing of fees by DMV. dead
HB3011 Bonding requirements; facilities dedicated for public use. approved
HB3012 Campaign finance disclosure; certain prohibited contributions to local governing body members. dead
HB3013 Firearms on school property; misdemeanor to possess pneumatic weapons thereon. dead
HB3014 Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers. dead
HB3015 Military Family Relief Fund; assistance after active duty. approved
HB3016 Insurance agents; repeals a provision for license termination. approved
HB3017 Youth Internet Safety Fund; created. approved
HB3018 Old Dominion University; certain undergraduate classes offered at Va. Beach Higher Ed. Center. approved
HB3019 Charter; City of Bristol. approved
HB3020 Foster Care Scholarship Program; created. dead
HB3021 Benefits consortium; created for private institutions of higher education. approved
HB3022 Income tax, state; filing threshold amounts, personal exemptions therefor. approved
HB3023 Drug test; use of synthetic urine to defeat. approved
HB3024 Speed limits; analysis of accident and law-enforcement data required before increasing. approved
HB3025 Voter participation; Board of Elections to provide information thereof. approved
HB3026 Income tax, state; home accessibility features for military disabled. dead
HB3027 Health insurance credits; increased for certain retired public officers and employees. dead
HB3028 Driver's license, commercial; fee for failing to attend scheduled skills test appointment. approved
HB3029 Underground electric transmission lines; locality may request at own expense. dead
HB3030 Regional transmission organizations; repeals provisions requiring that electric utilities join. dead
HB3031 Comprehensive plans; affect of approval of transmission lines. approved
HB3032 Vehicle safety inspections; not required to make appointment therefor. dead
HB3033 Development rights; permits severance and transfer thereof. dead
HB3034 DNA analysis; probation officer shall review Local Inmate Data System & report identity of offender. approved
HB3035 Insurance; unfair claims settlement practices. dead
HB3036 Enterprise zones; decreases percentage real property investment grants may be awarded. dead
HB3037 Potomac River Fisheries Commission; powers and duties. approved
HB3038 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing. dead
HB3039 Water and sewer charges; adds Town of Blacksburg to localities that may attach lien on real estate. approved
HB3040 Motor fuel; failure to pay. dead
HB3041 Conservators of peace; sworn municipal park rangers may be. approved
HB3042 Fire Programs Fund; increases assessment on certain property and casualty insurers therefor. dead
HB3043 Health Commissioner; required to designate licensed physician to oversee minority health efforts. approved
HB3044 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset provision for machinery & equipment used in recycling process. approved
HB3045 Safety inspection stickers and vehicle inspections; required for parked vehicles. approved
HB3046 Private roads as highways; governing body of any county, etc. may adopt ordinances designating. approved
HB3047 School boards; notification of parent when student participates in school-sponsored clubs. dead
HB3048 Emergency management plans; local and interjurisdictional agency to review. approved
HB3049 Driving under influence of alcohol; conviction based on blood alcohol concentration. dead
HB3050 Electric utilities; repeals provisions of Electric Utility Restructuring Act. dead
HB3051 Private attorney or collection agency; may collect fines, etc., and have access to DMV records. dead
HB3052 Election officers; appointment of high school students age 16 or older to serve as interns. dead
HB3053 Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono services and companion animal adoption tax credits. dead
HB3054 Minimum wage; increases from its current federally mandated level. dead
HB3055 Casualty, burglary and theft insurances; policies to include certain provisions. approved
HB3056 Credit reports; authorizes an individual to freeze access to his. dead
HB3057 HOV lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel vehicle license plates. dead
HB3058 Circuit courts; chief judge to assign equal caseload to each judge in jurisdictional subject matter. dead
HB3059 Circuit courts; duty to docket cases in the circuit courts. dead
HB3060 Local government land-use decisions; publication of certain. dead
HB3061 Health care practitioner; authority to send laboratory test results directly to patient. approved
HB3062 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities, audit requirements. approved
HB3063 Judges; increases number in general district court. dead
HB3064 Suicidal students; higher educational institutions to develop policies to identify. approved
HB3065 Public Procurement Act; expands form of bid, payment, and performance security. dead
HB3066 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use thereof by certain drivers. dead
HB3067 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2008; created. dead
HB3068 Electric utility service; advances scheduled expiration of capped rate period. approved
HB3069 Overtime compensation; to include state law-enforcement employees. dead
HB3070 Recordation tax; exempts Hampton Roads Proton Beam Therapy Institute at Hampton University. dead
HB3071 Odometer readings; exempts certain vehicles therefrom. approved
HB3072 Local vehicle license taxes and fees; counties to charge additional annual fee. dead
HB3073 Off-road motorcycle, etc.; operators of certain vehicles within 500 feet of dwelling prohibited. dead
HB3074 Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to erect attraction signs on interstates. dead
HB3075 Wildlife Center; authorizes vehicles owned thereby to rescue or euthanize injured wildlife. approved
HB3076 Virginia Covered Bridge Festival in Patrick County; designating as official state festival. approved
HB3077 Motorcyclists; wearing of helmets. dead
HB3078 Charitable gaming; regulation of bingo callers. approved
HB3079 Appalachian Region Interstate Compact and Commission; created. approved
HB3080 Medical examiner; to make an in-person investigation on scene or at morgue into cause of death. dead
HB3081 Power generation facilities; notification of increased operation. dead
HB3082 Religious freedom; reiterates an individual's freedom of religion. approved
HB3083 Liens; nonexoneration thereof against property bequeathed. approved
HB3084 School bus warning devices; requires red lights to be activated whenever bus door is opened. approved
HB3085 Children; expands scope of rape shield statute to include prosecution for taking indecent liberties. approved
HB3086 Driving under influence of alcohol; admissibility of breath test certificate. dead
HB3087 Health spas; allows owner to transfer ownership of facility & all its contracts to new owner. approved
HB3088 Discharges into Levisa Fork; prescribes size of mixing zone for discharge of salty mine water. dead
HB3089 Biofuels Incentive Grant Program; lowers eligibility requirement therefor. approved
HB3090 Privileged communications; physician peer review and physician accreditation entities. approved
HB3091 Companion animals; exempts occasional breeder, etc., from being treated as dealer. dead
HB3092 Driver's license numbers; nonissuance of license to persons with bona fide religious objections. dead
HB3093 Assessments; notice of change. approved
HB3094 Virginia Coal Heritage Trail; designating as certain highway segments in Southwest Virginia. approved
HB3095 Support orders; purging civil contempt. dead
HB3096 Interpreters for non-English speaking persons; imposition of local fee. dead
HB3097 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); personal information in constituent correspondence. dead
HB3098 Ignition interlock; installation in vehicle, and loss of restricted license. approved
HB3099 Circuit courts; establishes business case divisions therein. dead
HB3100 Voter registration list; persons who may obtain lists of persons voting at primaries and elections. dead
HB3101 Independent expenditure disclosure reports; persons required to file. dead
HB3102 City of Lynchburg Combined Sewer Overflow Fund; created. dead
HB3103 Income tax, state; provides nonrefundable tax credit to police officers and certain firefighters. dead
HB3104 Armed services; loans to members thereof or their dependents. dead
HB3105 Child day centers, licensed; approved credentials for program directors. dead
HB3106 Richmond Metroplitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors. dead
HB3107 Conservators of the peace; circuit judge to appoint for certain corporations, etc. dead
HB3108 Constitutional rights; inquiries into exercise thereof. dead
HB3109 Firearms; discharging towards subdivision or towards any person or structure. dead
HB3110 Criminal history record information; dissemination by nonprofit entity to hospitals & organizations. dead
HB3111 Tobacco Settlement Foundation Endowment; created. approved
HB3112 Notaries; fees for services. approved
HB3113 Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of various boards, increase of authority. approved
HB3114 Aerospace Advisory Council; created. approved
HB3115 Eminent domain; compensation for damage to viewshed. dead
HB3116 Private road easements; maintenance and improvements. dead
HB3117 Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership for Committee on Training. approved
HB3118 Freedom of Information Act; records of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. dead
HB3119 Russell County Water & Sewer Authority; each member thereof to be customer of service provided. approved
HB3120 Farm wineries; no county, city, or town shall adopt an ordinance prohibiting storage, etc. approved
HB3121 Home ownership grants; amount localities may provide for employees of locality. dead
HB3122 Driving without a license; enhanced penalty for persons convicted of second offense. approved
HB3123 Housing authorities; must hold at least one public hearing to receive views of citizens. approved
HB3124 Felons; employer responsibility to give notice when certain offenders work near children. dead
HB3125 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
HB3126 Nonresident motor vehicle operator; service of process on Commissioner of DMV as agent. dead
HB3127 Nonresident; when personal jurisdiction may be exercised. approved
HB3128 Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose to any off-track horse race wagering facility. dead
HB3129 Service districts; additional powers with regard to dredging of creeks and rivers. approved
HB3130 BPOL tax; refusal to grant and revocation of business licenses. dead
HB3131 Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; clarifies powers to implement long-term care policy. approved
HB3132 Victims of crime; employers to allow leave to attend criminal proceedings. approved
HB3133 Sanitary landfills; Department of Environmental Quality to develop postclosure guidelines. approved
HB3134 Onsite sewage systems; Board of Health to establish program for operation and maintenance thereof. approved
HB3135 State forests; designates proceeds generated to Counties of Appomattox, Buckingham, & Cumberland. approved
HB3136 Sewage sludge; prohibits land application thereof. dead
HB3137 Health coverage; expedited review of appeals of final adverse decisions. approved
HB3138 Department of Medical Assistance Services; recovery of third party liability payments. approved
HB3139 Veterans Services Foundation; eliminates Foundation. dead
HB3140 Charitable Gaming, Department of; required to complete training to be registered bingo callers. approved
HB3141 Local governing body tie breakers; eliminates use of an unelected person. approved
HB3142 Motorcycles; free use of VDOT-controlled toll facilities. dead
HB3143 Motor vehicle license taxes and fees, local; restates limitation on amount. approved
HB3144 Lettner, Kimberly S.; authorized to retain her service pistol & shotgun for service to State Police. approved
HB3145 Tuition, in-state; waiver thereof for children and spouses of veterans, foreign students, etc. dead
HB3146 Attorney, State; duty to provide copies of police reports. dead
HB3147 Cats and dogs; evidence by owner of inoculation or vaccination of rabies. dead
HB3148 Compromised Data Disclosure Act; created dead
HB3149 DMV fees; to impose on transaction in customer service centers if does not involve driver's license. dead
HB3150 Campaign finance disclosure; prohibited activities during regular sessions of the General Assembly. dead
HB3151 First Landing State Park; Department of Conservation to lease certain land therein. approved
HB3152 Motor vehicle registration fees; dedicates proceeds to transportation purposes. dead
HB3153 Income tax, state; SCC to determine tax costs for investor-owned public utilities. approved
HB3154 Farm winery wines; ABC Board to establish system of preferences in its purchases thereof. dead
HB3155 Electric power generation assets; State Corporation Commission's approval of divestiture. dead
HB3156 Intensity based modulated radiation therapy; state plan to include provision for payment thereof. dead
HB3157 Elections; candidate filing requirements. dead
HB3158 Alcoholic beverage control; issuance of mixed beverage license for establishment in Smyth County. dead
HB3159 Urban transportation service districts; created, impact fees. dead
HB3160 Health insurance; policies to protect uninsured. dead
HB3161 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant information. dead
HB3162 Contractors, Board for; voluntary certification of elevator mechanics. approved
HB3163 Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of an obligor who is incarcerated. dead
HB3164 One-stop small business permitting programs; created within Department of Business Assistance. approved
HB3165 Income tax, corporate; higher education research and development tax credit. dead
HB3166 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. dead
HB3167 Lead poisoning prevention; physicians to make available to parents information on dangers thereof. approved
HB3168 Voter registration; if not shown on pollbooks proof of registration at DMV, etc., required to vote. approved
HB3169 Hunting and fishing license, lifetime; allows resident disabled veterans to purchase. dead
HB3170 Sewage sludge; person seeking permit to apply to land to identify specific sites it will be applied. dead
HB3171 Economic Development Partnership Authority; General Assembly may appropriate grants thereto. approved
HB3172 Standards of Learning; waiver requirements for certain students. dead
HB3173 United States flag; rules and regulations for displaying on interstate highways. dead
HB3174 Parole Guidelines Review Panel; established, report. dead
HB3175 Virginia-Africa Advisory Board; created, report. dead
HB3176 Real estate tax; exempts historic landmarks used for commercial or industrial property. dead
HB3177 Conservator; requirements for sale of real estate. approved
HB3178 Wastewater treatment plants; funding for upgrades. dead
HB3179 Toll facilities; provides for imposition and collection thereof for certain highways. dead
HB3180 Fort Monroe; Governor to convey property to Fort Monroe Federal Development Authority. approved
HB3181 Richmond, City of; Governor to disclaim state interests to certain escheated parcels therein. approved
HB3182 Medical evidence; appeals to circuit court. approved
HB3183 Pregnant Women Support Fund; created. approved
HB3184 Space Flight Liability and Immunity Act; civil immunity for space flight entities. approved
HB3185 Virginia; designating as official state song. dead
HB3186 Firearms; accessibility to mentally ill person or person prohibited to possess, liability. dead
HB3187 Taxicabs; registration thereof in another state shall be registered in Virginia. dead
HB3188 Medicaid; DMAS to include a provision for electronic reimbursement for health care services. approved
HB3189 Assault and battery; certain punishment if against law-enforcement officer. dead
HB3190 Coal mine certification; requires pre-employment substance abuse testing and suspension for certain. approved
HB3191 Incarcerated persons; access to online GED courses thereby. approved
HB3192 Revolutionary War cemeteries and graves; disbursement of funds appropriated for caring therefor. approved
HB3193 V. Earl Dickinson Tuition Assistance Grant Act; renames Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG) thereas. dead
HB3194 Civil immunity; persons speaking at certain public hearings. dead
HB3195 Companion animals; requires certain permits for dealers thereof. dead
HB3196 Urban development areas; localities to amend comprehensive plan to include. dead
HB3197 Urban transportation service districts; created. dead
HB3198 Subdivision streets; certain requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system. dead
HB3199 Written appraisal report; costs in condemnation action. approved
HB3200 Voter registration; residence requirements for students at higher educational institutions. dead
HB3201 Students removed from classes; parental notification if removed for 2 or more consecutive days. dead
HB3202 Transportation funding; authority to certain localities to impose additional fees therefor, report. approved
HB3203 License plates, special; issuance to certain veterans. dead
HB3204 Opinion testimony by experts; hearsay exception. dead
HB3205 Wills; writings or documents of decedents. approved
HB3206 Admission to bail; persons not lawfully present in United States. dead
HB3207 Assisted living facilities; resident shall not be removed by Board of Social Services. approved
HB3208 Bail bondsman; adds definition of agent as a person licensed thereas. approved
HB3209 Healthcare providers; no charge for copy of bills. dead
HB3210 Police canines; training and certification requirements for those used by law-enforcement agencies. dead
HJ1 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ2 Constitutional amendments; establishing Redestricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund. dead
HJ4 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly members' & Governor's terms of office (first reference). dead
HJ18 Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund. dead
HJ20 Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). dead
HJ22 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office, & appointment of members to Board of Education. dead
HJ24 Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.). dead
HJ27 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ29 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ34 Constitutional amendment; excludes privately owned motor vehicles from property taxation (1st ref). dead
HJ46 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property (first reference). dead
HJ52 State agencies; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of consolidating or outsourcing. dead
HJ56 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). dead
HJ57 Constitutional amendment; exemption from real & personal property taxes for disabled vets (1st ref) dead
HJ58 Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HJ59 Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference). dead
HJ61 Constitutional amendment; redistricting process for congressional & G.A. district bound. (1st ref). dead
HJ62 Constitutional amendment; exercise of eminent domain powers (first reference). dead
HJ68 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). dead
HJ71 Health regulatory boards; Department of Health Professions, et al to study hearing process. dead
HJ80 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
HJ95 Alcoholic beverages; joint sub. to study definition of & qualificaitons relating to licensed retail. dead
HJ102 Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel; joint subcommittee to study selling or leasing to private operator. dead
HJ120 Workers' Compensation Commission; JLARC to study procedure by which deputy commissioners are appt. dead
HJ126 Constitutional amendment; exercise of eminent domain powers (first reference). dead
HJ129 Emergency preparedness plans; adequacy thereof for residents of special needs facilities. dead
HJ135 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of property. dead
HJ138 Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.). dead
HJ140 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ142 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ145 Constitutional Amendments; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference). dead
HJ146 Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.). dead
HJ147 General Assembly; joint committee established to oversee provision of revenue estimates therefor. dead
HJ182 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HJ238 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
HJ558 Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HJ559 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). dead
HJ560 Constitutional amendment; Redistricting Commission, establishment thereof (first reference). dead
HJ561 Celebrating the life of John Jamison. passed
HJ562 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jourdan L. Grez. passed
HJ563 Commending the Turner Ashby High School baseball team. passed
HJ564 Commending Jo Ellen Emswiler. passed
HJ565 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference). dead
HJ566 National Action Week of United States Bone and Joint Decade; designating as Oct. 12-20, 2007. passed
HJ567 SOL; Department of Education to include standards regarding instruction on animal safety, etc.. dead
HJ568 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ569 Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). dead
HJ570 Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office & appt. of members to Board of Educ. (1st ref). dead
HJ571 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ572 Constitutional amendments; balance of executive and legislative branch powers (first reference). dead
HJ573 Celebrating the life of Captain Shane T. Adcock. passed
HJ574 Commending Robert Jones. passed
HJ575 Energy Conservation Awareness Week; designating as first week in October 2007, and each succeeding. passed
HJ576 Open-space & Farmlands; Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights. dead
HJ577 General Assembly; schedule for conduct of business for 2007 Regular Session. passed
HJ578 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2008 Regular Session. passed
HJ579 Constitutional amendment; prohibits taking of private property by eminent domain powers. dead
HJ580 Constitutional amendment; bills raising revenue must originate in House (first reference). dead
HJ581 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans, widow or widower of veteran. dead
HJ582 Marriage; joint subcomm. to study effect of no-fault divorce on formation, duration, & dissolution. dead
HJ583 Cord Blood Bank Initiative; Dep. of Health to seek federal funding & support from Congressional Del. dead
HJ584 Stem Cell Research, Jt. Sub. Studying Medical, Ethical, & Scientific Issues Relating to; continued. passed
HJ585 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly meeting with single unicameral legislature. dead
HJ586 Constitutional amendment; excludes privately owned motor vehicles used for nonbusiness purposes. dead
HJ587 Internet Safety Month; designating as September 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
HJ588 Constitutional amendment; localities may adopt ordinance for assessment of impact fees & proffers. dead
HJ589 Rail transportation; study feasibility thereof along Washington & Old Dominion Rail Trail. dead
HJ590 Constitutional amendment; locality may adopt an ordinance providing assessment of impact fees. dead
HJ591 New residential and commercial development; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof. dead
HJ592 Commending Project Lifesaver. passed
HJ593 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference). dead
HJ594 Online public institution of higher education; Council of Higher Education to study feasibility of. dead
HJ595 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; DMAS to consider disease mgmt. to reduce finan./clin. burden. dead
HJ596 Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles H. Townes. passed
HJ597 Sales tax nexus; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ598 Commending John R. Byers. passed
HJ599 Commending the Woodlawn Junior All-Stars baseball team. passed
HJ600 Constitutional amendment; payment of sales or use taxes in advance of collections (first reference). dead
HJ601 Constitutional amendment; state debt and debt limits (first reference). dead
HJ602 Unfunded state mandates; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ603 Personal rapid transit; Sec. of Transp. to study benefits, etc. thereof as public transp. option. passed
HJ604 Commending the Virginia Society of Association Executives and its member associations. dead
HJ605 Emergency preparedness plans for Virginia Community College System; resources. dead
HJ606 Interstate Route 66; VDOT requested to extend hours during which shoulder lanes may be used. dead
HJ607 State highway, passenger rail, and mass transit programs; joint subcommittee to study financing. dead
HJ608 New residential and commercial development; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof. dead
HJ609 Asian-Indian American Day; designating as January 26, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
HJ610 Constitutional amendment; establishes uniform election date (first reference). dead
HJ611 Science/technology ed. graduate programs at higher educational institutions; joint subcom. to study. passed
HJ612 Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study ability to obtain health insurance. dead
HJ613 Uninsured population; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ614 Constitutional amendment; recall of elected officers (first reference). dead
HJ615 George Washington Equestrian Monument in Capitol Square; Council to plan commemoration, report. passed
HJ616 SCHIP; memorializing Congressional Del./Governor to urge Congress to reauthorize funding for FAMIS. dead
HJ617 Commending West Point Public Schools on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ618 Commending the Hanover County Sheriff's Office. passed
HJ619 Commending Timothy Michael Moore. passed
HJ620 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ621 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport; joint subcommittee to study development and utilization thereof. dead
HJ622 Public schools; Board of Education to establish and regularly convene an Educational Roundtable. passed
HJ623 Highways; joint subcommittee to study desirability, etc. of replacing administrative classification. dead
HJ624 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of prop. (1st ref). dead
HJ625 Higher education; joint sub. to study feasibility of establising institution in City of VA Beach. dead
HJ626 Constitutional amendment limit on growth in state general fund appropriations (first reference). dead
HJ627 Designating the third week in September as Civics Education Week in Virginia. passed
HJ628 Celebrating the life of Carl W. Smith. passed
HJ629 Commending Justin Brooks Verlander. passed
HJ630 Highway user fees; joint sub. to study feasibility of creating equitable system for charging fees. dead
HJ631 Nurses and nursing aides, licensed practical; Board of Nursing to study pay parity therefor. dead
HJ632 Korean American Day; designating as January 13, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
HJ633 Commending Evelyn Thompson Lawrence. passed
HJ634 Retirement System; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study benefit programs. dead
HJ635 Stroke prevention and care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
HJ636 Persons w/mental illness; Joint Commission on Health Care to study housing opportunities therefor. dead
HJ637 Childhood obesity; joint subcommittee to study problem in public schools. passed
HJ638 Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. Rufus J. Womble. passed
HJ639 Religious freedom at public institutions of higher education; SCHEV to establish guidelines. dead
HJ640 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
HJ641 Vision care services and products; JLARC to study impact of law impeding accessibility thereto. dead
HJ642 Higher educational institutions; Council of Higher Education in consideration of retaining faculty. passed
HJ643 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study how State should address severe shortage thereof. dead
HJ644 Indigent health care; JLARC to study. dead
HJ645 Health insurance; joint subcommittee to develop market-based model for State, report. dead
HJ646 K-12 education outreach; Dept. of Ed. to work with university, etc. to increase participation. dead
HJ647 Nanotechnology; Secretary of Technology, et al., to develop recommendations for networking. passed
HJ648 Absentee ballots; joint subcommittee to study processing thereof before election day. dead
HJ649 Electronic personal health records; Joint Commission on Health Care to study increased use thereof. dead
HJ650 Crab traps; Center for Coastal Resources Management to study those abandoned/discarded. passed
HJ651 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to determine feasibility of low-cost techonology to admin. dead
HJ652 Prisoner Reentry to Society, Joint Subcommittee Studying Program for; continued. passed
HJ653 Health insurance; Department of Medical Assistance Services to study modification to public subsidy. dead
HJ654 Fairfax County; Board of Supervisors to study efficiency/effectiveness of form of government. dead
HJ655 Constitutional amendment; excludes privately owned motor vehicles from property taxation (1st ref). dead
HJ656 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
HJ657 Managed care; Department of Medical Assistance Services to continue expanding use thereof. dead
HJ658 James River; celebrating panoramic view thereof from Libby Hill Park. passed
HJ659 Jamestown Day; designating as May 13, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
HJ660 Celebrating the life of John E. Worsley, Sr. passed
HJ661 Celebrating the life of Yale Mansfield Brandt. passed
HJ662 Celebrating the life of William Peters Robinson, Jr., former member Virginia House of Delegates. passed
HJ663 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant James Hurst Sears. passed
HJ664 Celebrating the life of Herman Anderson Hicks. passed
HJ665 Commending the Thomas Dale High School boys' soccer team. passed
HJ666 Commending Leadership Fairfax, Inc. on the occasionof its 20th anniversary. passed
HJ667 Commending Mildred B. Hampton. passed
HJ668 Commending the Sully Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization. passed
HJ669 Commending the Hopewell Women of the Moose on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ670 Commending the Reverend Henry Victor Langford. passed
HJ671 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon. passed
HJ672 Commending Susan W. Evans. passed
HJ673 Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Meador. passed
HJ674 Celebrating the life of Bettye Katheryn Heldreth Steger. passed
HJ675 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund, continued (first reference). dead
HJ676 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
HJ677 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ678 Constitutional amendment; relating to marriage (first reference). dead
HJ679 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund, Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
HJ680 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ681 Changing climate; joint subcommittee too study risks, etc. created in State as a result thereof. dead
HJ682 Human trafficking; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ683 Substance abuse; JLARC to study actual cost to State. passed
HJ684 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); spending limits on government. dead
HJ685 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed
HJ686 Electricity; Commission on Electric Utility Restructuring's feasibility of voluntary program. passed
HJ687 Electronic waste (eCycling); Joint Commission on Technology & Science to study collection, etc. dead
HJ688 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport; JCOTS to study enhanced development of cargo, etc. passed
HJ689 Fort Monroe National Park; National Park Service to study feasibility of creating. dead
HJ690 Fort Monroe; joint subcommittee to study future thereof. dead
HJ691 Urban Partnership; joint subcommittee to study an agreement between various counties, etc. dead
HJ692 Open-Space & Farmlands, Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights. passed
HJ693 Legislative efficiency; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study and recommend. dead
HJ694 Biosolids; panel of experts to study impact of land application thereof. passed
HJ695 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport; joint subcommittee to study enhanced development of cargo, etc. dead
HJ696 Residential dwelling units;Housing Commission to study overcrowding and its impact on neighborhoods. passed
HJ697 Family day homes; Bureau of Insurance of SCC to study availability of liability insurance. dead
HJ698 Power plants; Dept. of Health to study public health effects of using trona to mitigate emissions. dead
HJ699 Prescription drugs; Joint Commission on Health Care to study accuracy of discard dates. dead
HJ700 Habitual drunkard; Joint Commission on Health Care to study interdiction laws. dead
HJ701 Health care providers; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of offering liability protection. passed
HJ702 Public schools; joint subcommittee to study appropriateness and efficacy of open education content. dead
HJ703 Redistricting process; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ704 Long-term care; joint subcommittee to study prepaid program for citizens. dead
HJ705 Affordable workforce housing; Housing Commission to study availability thereof. dead
HJ706 High school dropout and graduation rates; Board of Education to study. dead
HJ707 Law-enforcement officers; joint subcommittee to study establishment of protocols for those killed. dead
HJ708 Eminent domain; JLARC to study current state of law regarding exercise thereof. dead
HJ709 State park along South Mayo and North Mayo Rivers; DCR to study feasibility in Henry County. passed
HJ710 Adult group homes; JLARC to study financial oversight therefor in state. dead
HJ711 Workforce housing; Housing Commission to study initiatives for employers to provide employees. dead
HJ712 Driver education programs; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of privatizing in public schools. dead
HJ713 Insulin & human growth hormones; DMAS to confer on costs thereof to Medicaid program, report. dead
HJ714 Constitutional amendment; prohibits taking of private property by eminent domain powers. dead
HJ715 Constitutional amendments; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ716 Constitutional amendment; homestead exemption from property taxation (first reference). dead
HJ717 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans, widow or widower of veteran. dead
HJ718 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ719 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ720 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. dead
HJ721 Constitutional amendment; repeals amendment dealing with marriage by referendum (first reference). dead
HJ722 Constitutional amendment; prohibits taking of private property by eminent domain powers. dead
HJ723 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference). dead
HJ724 Constitutional amendment; religious freedom (first reference). dead
HJ725 Dale Earnhardt Day. passed
HJ726 Healthy Virginians/Healthy Students Week. passed
HJ727 Childhood obesity; local school divisions encouraged to continue efforts to address. dead
HJ728 Discrimination & injustice; General Assembly to acknowledge & express regret for State's role in. passed
HJ729 Virginia Preschool Initiative; JLARC to study. passed
HJ730 Yorktown Campaign of 1781; recognizing Gloucester County's important role therein. passed
HJ731 Celebrating the life of James S. Carter. passed
HJ732 Celebrating the life of Fire Chief Max Willard. passed
HJ733 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Brandon Scott Asbury. passed
HJ734 Celebrating the life of Stephen Harry Peery. passed
HJ735 Commending Virginia State University on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed
HJ736 Commending St. Peter Baptist Church on the occasion of its 125th anniversary passed
HJ737 Commending The Virginia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. passed
HJ738 Commending Arthur A. Kirk. passed
HJ739 Commending Clyde W. Bowling. passed
HJ740 Commending Pansy Leona Bandy Steele. passed
HJ741 Commending Sidney Chappell. passed
HJ742 Commending Bessie Moorer. passed
HJ743 Fire and rescue squad volunteers; joint subcommittee to study incentives to recruit, etc. passed
HJ744 American values; General Assembly to appreciate and celebrate. passed
HJ745 Celebrating the life of Marilyn Clarke Curtis. passed
HJ746 Celebrating the life of Lisa Daughtry Knott. passed
HJ747 Commending Kerrie Wilson. passed
HJ748 Celebrating the life of James Kelly Cecil. passed
HJ749 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation on its 15 years of service to the Commonwealth. passed
HJ750 Commending the Richlands High School football team. passed
HJ751 Commending Charles Edward Wood. passed
HJ752 Commending the Osbourn High School football team. passed
HJ753 Celebrating the life of Barbara R. Aaron. passed
HJ754 Celebrating the life of Ralph Keister Bowles. passed
HJ755 Commending the Harrisonburg Electric Commission on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ756 Commending the Goochland High School football team. passed
HJ757 General Assembly; television coverage of legislative sessions. dead
HJ758 Commending Talmage Stanley. passed
HJ759 Celebrating the life of Beatrice J. Jennings. passed
HJ760 Commending David B. Nichols. passed
HJ761 Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed
HJ762 Celebrating the life of Robert Taylor Andrews. passed
HJ763 Celebrating the life of Dr. Christopher E. Desch. passed
HJ764 Celebrating the life of Specialist Eric Thomas Caldwell. passed
HJ765 Commending Charles R. King. passed
HJ766 Commending Thomas and Ilona Russell. passed
HJ767 Commending Gail Elizabeth Pope. passed
HJ768 Commending Mark Gunderman. passed
HJ769 Commending the Rx Partenrship for its service to the Commonwealth. passed
HJ770 Commending Virginia's state employees for their charitable giving in 2006. passed
HJ771 Constitutional amendment; increases property tax exemptions for persons 65 or older. dead
HJ772 Constitutional amendment; establishes limits on ability to take private property. dead
HJ773 Hampton Roads: America's First Region; recognizing as brand for Southeast Virginia. passed
HJ774 Mental health services for children; DMHMRSAS responsible for planning and delivery thereof. passed
HJ775 Lunar New Year & other Asian observances; importance to Asian & Pacific American communities. passed
HJ776 Undocumented immigrants; joint subcommittee to study impact thereof of those who reside in State. dead
HJ777 Celebrating the life of Joel Thomas Broyhill. passed
HJ778 Celebrating the life of Corporal Eric Evine Sutphin. passed
HJ779 Celebrating the life of Derrick Lamont McFarland. passed
HJ780 Celebrating the life of Daniel E. McKeever. passed
HJ781 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Colin Joseph Wolfe. passed
HJ782 Commending James William Simmons. passed
HJ783 Commending Arthur L. Eller, Jr. passed
HJ784 Commending the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. passed
HJ785 Commending the Pulaski County High School Theatre Arts Department. passed
HJ786 Commending Pathways of Service, Inc. passed
HJ787 Commending the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office. passed
HJ788 Commending Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. passed
HJ789 Commending Pennsylvania Senator Noah Wenger for outstanding service to Chesapeake Bay Commission. passed
HJ790 Commending the Richmond Symphony on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ791 Commemorating the centennial of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. passed
HJ792 Commending Judge George Wendall Harris, Jr. passed
HJ793 Commending the Deep Run High School girls' volleyball team. passed
HJ794 Commending Peach Grove Baptist Church on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed
HJ795 Judges; election in Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed
HJ796 Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Bralley, Jr. passed
HJ797 Commending the Joint Commission on Health Care on its study of autism. dead
HJ798 Commending the George Mason High School International Baccalaureate Program on its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ799 Celebrating the life of David Alan Denne. passed
HJ800 Celebrating the life of Jay R. Sculley. passed
HJ801 Celebrating the life of Ralph Browning Johnson. passed
HJ802 Celebrating the life of Augustus C. Johnson. passed
HJ803 Commending Virginia T. Duncan. passed
HJ804 Commending the St. Anne's-Belfield High School football team. passed
HJ805 Commending Keith Lynn Hammon. passed
HJ806 Commending J. David Martin. passed
HJ807 Celebrating the life of Morris Alexander Elam, Sr. passed
HJ808 Celebrating the life of Allie Ray Hull. passed
HJ809 Celebrating the life of Bobby Gene Pollard. passed
HJ810 Commending the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ811 Commending Ted Edlich. passed
HJ812 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm and Bay Friendly Farm Awards. passed
HJ813 Celebrating the life of D. Marilyn Doheny. passed
HJ814 Celebrating the life of Corporal Joshua Sticklen. passed
HJ815 Commending Barbara Abernathy. passed
HJ816 Commending Thomas A. Edmonds. passed
HJ817 Commending Billy Wagner. passed
HJ818 Commending the Chantilly High School football team. passed
HJ819 Commending Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority. passed
HJ820 Celebrating the life of Walter J. Zakrzewski. passed
HJ821 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Monsignor William V. Sullivan, Jr. passed
HJ822 Celebrating the life of Colonel Paul M. Kelly. passed
HJ823 Commending the Virginia Department of State Police. passed
HJ824 Commending Jennifer Blackwell. passed
HJ825 Commending NII Holdings, Inc. passed
HJ826 Commending Frank Bensinger. passed
HJ827 Commending Kaitlyn Hiltz. passed
HJ828 Commending Brian K. Matney. passed
HJ829 Commending Walter R. T. Witschey. passed
HJ830 Celebrating the life of Charles H. Porter. passed
HJ831 Celebrating the life of Ray A. Dunn. passed
HJ832 Celebrating the life of Jane Ross Francis Wagner. passed
HJ833 Commending Officer Scott Craig and Corporal Dave Shaw. passed
HJ834 Commending Potomac Field Gear. dead
HJ835 Commending the firefighters and the rescue and support personnel. passed
HJ836 Commending the James River High School softball team. passed
HJ837 Commending Nancy Lee Martin. passed
HJ838 Celebrating the life of Allen Richard Ellis III. passed
HJ839 Celebrating the life of Geneva Harper Revell. passed
HJ840 Celebrating the life of Clarence Charles Johnson. passed
HJ841 Commending Judge H. Harrison Braxton, Jr. passed
HJ842 Commending the New Frontier Church of God in Christ and its 40th anniversary Convocation. passed
HJ843 Commending the New Frontier Church of God in Christ and its 40th anniversary Worker's Conference. passed
HJ844 Commending the Phoebus High School football team. passed
HJ845 Celebrating the life of Senior Trooper Robert A. Hill, Sr. passed
HJ846 Celebrating the life of Ngo Quang Truong. passed
HJ847 Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' volleyball team. passed
HJ848 Commending the Glenvar High School girls' volleyball team. passed
HJ849 Commending the Salem High School forensics team. passed
HJ850 Commending Aaron Garber. passed
HJ851 Commending James H. Partridge. passed
HJ852 Commending Linda Trexler. passed
HJ853 Commemorating the centennial of United Parcel Service of America, Inc. passed
HJ854 Commending the Virginia Chapter of Meeting Professionals International. passed
HJ855 Commending the Hidden Valley High School women's varsity soccer team. passed
HJ856 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Kesler Williams. passed
HJ857 Commending the Alzheimer's and Related Diseases Research Award Fund on the occasion of its 25th anni passed
HJ858 Celebrating the life of Lewis Latane Trice. passed
HJ859 Commending the Town of Independence's annual Mountain Foliage Festival and Grand Privy Race. passed
HJ860 Commending Clyde Lomax. passed
HJ861 Commending Sally Tufts. passed
HJ862 Commending Steven W. Rodgers. passed
HJ863 Commending Tim Nevill. passed
HJ864 Commending Major Olaf H. Shibusawa. passed
HJ865 Commending Steve Wright. passed
HJ866 Commending the Reston Children's Center on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed
HJ867 Commending the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ868 Commending Phyllis Highland and the Outreach Committee of Shady Grove Baptist Church. passed
HJ869 Commending Melissa Nehrbass. passed
HJ870 Commending William R. Shepherd, Jr. passed
HJ871 Commending the Hollins Communications Research Institute, Inc. passed
HJ872 Celebrating the life of Viola Hopson Clark. passed
HJ873 Commending the Council on Virginia's Future for the creation and launch of the Virginia Performs. dead
HJ874 Celebrating the life of Arthur G. Rohm. passed
HJ875 Celebrating the life of Deputy William Henry Tiedeman, Jr. passed
HJ876 Celebrating the life of Neal Ashworth. passed
HJ877 Commending the Salem Rescue Squad on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed
HJ878 Commending Daphne R. Keiser. passed
HJ879 Commending Sara Wirtala. passed
HJ880 Commending Regent University School of Law's Trial Advocacy Board competition team. passed
HJ881 Commending Memory Porter. passed
HJ882 Commending the Dan River High School softball team. passed
HJ883 Commending LifeCare Medical Transports, Inc. passed
HJ884 Commending Lance Corporal Thomas Surber. passed
HJ885 Celebrating the life of Judith S. Hays. passed
HJ886 Celebrating the life of Augustus Courtland Spotts III. passed
HJ887 Commending Goochland County on the occasion of its 280th anniversary. passed
HJ888 Commending Linda Robinson. passed
HJ889 Commending the Atlantic Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ890 Commending Sean T. Connaughton. passed
HJ891 Commending Robert Bruce Bishop. passed
HJ892 Commending Joshua Cole. passed
HJ893 Commending Chesterfield County Friends of the Library. passed
HJ894 Celebrating the life of James A. Slade. passed
HJ895 Celebrating the life of Electronics Technician Senior Chief Thomas K. Higgins. passed
HJ896 Celebrating the life of William A. Truban. passed
HJ897 Commending the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center. passed
HJ898 Commending Sacred Heart Catholic School. passed
HJ899 Commending Orbital Sciences Corporation and its partners. passed
HJ900 Commending Lieutenant Colonel, USAF Ret., Howard L. Baugh. passed
HJ901 Commending Daniel W. Presgraves and the staff of the Page County Sheriffs Office. dead
HJ902 Commemorating the 275th anniversary of the birth of George Washington. passed
HJ903 Commending the Valentines, Virginia, Post Office on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed
HJ904 Commending Linwood Wadsworth. dead
HJ905 Commending Danny Wadsworth. dead
HJ906 Commemorating the signing of the Leedstown Resolves. passed
HJ907 Commending Pat Taylor. passed
HJ908 Commending J. Steve Thomas, Sr. passed
HJ909 Celebrating the life of Goldie Y. Rawlings. passed
HJ910 Celebrating the life of Clarence Broaddus Satterwhite. passed
HJ911 Commending Robert McDaniel. dead
HJ912 Commending ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia, Inc., on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ913 Commending Martin Luther King Jr. Christian Church on the occasion of its 25th anniversary passed
HJ914 Commending Terraset Elementary School on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
HJ915 Commending Saint James Catholic School. passed
HJ916 Commending Peggy R. Robertson. passed
HJ917 Commending Margie E. Elliott. passed
HJ918 Commending the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments on its 50th anniversary. passed
HJ919 Commending Lucretia Jackson. passed
HJ920 Commending Gadsby's Tavern Museum. passed
HJ921 Commending Sabrina Black. passed
HJ922 Celebrating the life of Hovey S. Dabney. passed
HJ923 Celebrating the life of Karen Hackney. passed
HJ924 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Larry G. Hill. passed
HJ925 Commending the North Stafford High School step team. passed
HJ926 Commending Hartwood Volunteer Fire Department. passed
HJ927 Commending B. G. Lewis III. passed
HJ928 Commending Pete Castiglione. passed
HJ929 Commending Lucy Clark. passed
HJ930 Commending JoWanda Rollins. passed
HJ931 General Assembly; amending schedule for conduct of business for 2007 Regular Session. dead
HJ932 Celebrating the life of George Mercer Brooke, Jr. passed
HJ933 Celebrating the life of Clarence Thomas Cash, Sr. passed
HJ934 Celebrating the life of Samuel Haus Watson. passed
HJ935 Celebrating the life of Warren A. Crawford. passed
HJ936 Celebrating the life of James Robert Bennett. passed
HJ937 Commending Michael E. Stinnett. passed
HJ938 Commending Richard M. Wydner, Jr. passed
HJ939 Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Plan for European Economic Recovery. passed
HJ940 Commending Annandale Christian Community for Action on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed
HJ941 Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on the occasion of its 140th anniversary passed
HJ942 Commending C. Kinney Rorrer. passed
HJ943 Commending Wilbert D. Talley. passed
HJ944 Commending Six House, Inc. passed
HJ945 Commending the Richmond Triangle Players on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed
HJ946 Commending Norman G. Lineburg. passed
HJ947 Commending Chief Gary L. Brumfield. passed
HJ948 Celebrating the life of De'Nora Hill. passed
HJ949 Celebrating the life of John A. Van de Walle. passed
HJ950 Celebrating the life of J. Eldred Hill, Jr. passed
HJ951 Celebrating the life of Bernard Zwinak. passed
HJ952 Celebrating the life of Adelard Lionel Brault. passed
HJ953 Commending O. Beverley Roller. passed
HJ954 Commending Donald P. Nodtvedt, Jr. passed
HJ955 Commending the Danville Braves. passed
HJ956 Commemorating the loss of the American soldiers of the SS Leopoldville. passed
HJ957 Commending Virginia Rush Swoosh II. passed
HJ958 Commending the Alexandria Neighborhood Health Services, Inc. passed
HJ959 Commending School Nutrition Association of Virginia, Inc. dead
HJ960 Commending Teresa and Allen Patton and their dog Diamond Jim. dead
HJ961 Commending American of Martinsville on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
HJ962 Commending David J. Skewes. passed
HJ963 Commending Carol Marie Gilbert, M.D. passed
HJ964 Commending the Virginia Society of Association Executives and its member associations. passed
HJ965 Commending Shannon Groves. passed
HJ966 Commending Rhea Butler. passed
HJ967 Commending Mike Oliver. passed
HJ968 Commending Carolyn Lewis. passed
HJ969 Commending Chapel Hill Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary passed
HJ970 Commending the Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center. passed
HJ971 Commending the Yorktown High School girls' swim and dive team. passed
HJ972 Commending David A. Bell. passed
HJ973 Commending the Deep Run High School football team. passed
HJ974 Commending the Louisa County High School football team. passed
HJ975 Commending the Gesher Jewish Day School on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ976 Commending J. Robert Bray. passed
HJ977 Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division. passed
HJ978 Commending Sergeant Arthur Leo Woods IV. passed
HJ979 Commending Jean R. Jensen. passed
HJ980 Commending The First Tee of Hampton Roads. passed
HJ981 Commending the U.S. Open Cycling Championships. passed
HJ982 Commending Mountain City Lodge No. 67 AF&AM on the 150th anniversary of its founding. passed
HJ983 Commending David McDaniel. passed
HJ984 Commending Leroy Wheeler. passed
HJ985 Commending Penny Fauber. passed
HJ986 Commending John Armstrong. passed
HJ987 Commending the Monelison Middle School Destination ImagiNation team. passed
HJ988 Commemorating the State of Oklahomas Centennial Year. passed
HJ989 Commending the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. passed
HJ990 Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Robert E. Lee. passed
HJ991 Commending the Amherst Womans Club on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed
HJ992 Commending the Amherst County High School football team. passed
HJ993 Commending Operation Golden Rule. passed
HJ994 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. passed
HJ995 Commending the spouses and dependents of United States military personnel. passed
HJ996 Commending Taylor Edwards. passed
HJ997 Commending the Pegram Family. passed
HJ998 Commending Charles Edward Wood. passed
HJ999 Commending Style Weekly on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
HJ1000 Commending Ralph Hambrick. dead
HJ1001 Commending Robert C. Scott. dead
HJ1002 Commending Murry N. DePillars. passed
HJ1003 Commending Benjamin W. Robertson, Sr. passed
HJ1004 Commending Oliver White Hill, Sr. passed
HJ1005 Commending William S. Kiley. passed
HJ1006 Celebrating the life of Robert Bates Ball, Sr. passed
HJ1007 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris. passed
HJ1008 Celebrating the life of Josephine Marshall. passed
HJ1009 Celebrating the life of Ronald E. Foster. passed
HJ1010 Celebrating the life of Colonel Thomas Holt Felts, Sr. passed
HJ1011 Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments. passed
HJ1012 Judges; election of circuit court, general district court, & juvenile and domestic relations court. passed
HJ1013 Judges; election of circuit court, general district court, & juvenile and domestic relations court. passed
HJ1014 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed
HJ1015 Joint Assembly, Commemorative; contingent upon visitation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. passed
HJ1016 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed
HR43 Marriage; House Comm. on Cts. of Justice to study effect of no-fault divorce on formation, etc. dead
HR44 Interstate Route 95; Maryland and District of Columbia urged to construct. dead
HR45 Video &audio transmission of daily sessions of House of Delegates; procedures to be adopted. dead
HR46 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed
HR47 Video & audio transmission; procedures for Internet broadcasting to be adopted. dead
HR48 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 18 pertaining to subcommittees and voting. dead
HR49 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 18 pertaining to subcommittees and voting. dead
HR50 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed
HR51 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed
HR52 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
HR53 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR54 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR55 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed
HR56 Designating the third Saturday of June, in 2007 and in each succeeding year, as 'Juneteenth' Freedom passed
HR57 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed
HR58 Celebrating the life of Jennifer Lynne Judd St. Cyr. passed
HR59 Commending Potomac Field Gear. passed
HR60 Commending the Joint Commission on Health Care on its study of autism. passed
HR61 Celebrating the life of Emily A. DeCicco. passed
HR62 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Clarence James Word. passed
HR63 Commending Elizabeth Levy. passed
HR64 Celebrating the life of William F. Neel. passed
HR65 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
HR66 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR67 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR68 Celebrating the life of Stephen Grant Neely. passed
HR69 Celebrating the life of Herbert Valentine Kelly, Sr. passed
HR70 Commending the York County School Division. passed
HR71 Commending Prevent Blindness Virginia on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HR72 Commending Robert McDaniel. passed
HR73 Celebrating the life of William Inman Dillon. passed
HR74 Celebrating the life of F. Rodney Fitzpatrick. passed
HR75 Commending Danny Wadsworth. passed
HR76 Commending Linwood Wadsworth. passed
HR77 Commending the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed
HR78 Commending the Regent University School of Law's negotiation competition team. passed
HR79 Commending Daniel W. Presgraves and the staff of the Page County Sheriff's Office. dead
HR80 Commending John Warren Cooke. passed
HR81 Commending Poroporone Baptist Church on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed
HR82 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed
HR83 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
HR84 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR85 Celebrating the life of Adrian Clyde-Thomas Roberts. passed
HR86 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Saraniti Upson. passed
HR87 Commending School Nutrition Association of Virginia, Inc. passed
HR88 Commending the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
HR89 Commending Ebony Thompson. passed
HR90 Commending James P. Bourque. passed
HR91 Commending Lucas Mineika. passed
HR92 Commending Robert J. Traister, Sr. passed
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SB4 Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof. dead
SB9 Health insurance; local government employees' participation in state employee health plan. dead
SB18 Mental health; mandatory outpatient treatment program in certain jurisdictions. dead
SB24 Motor medic pilot program; created in South Hampton Roads area. dead
SB35 Insanity, not guilty by reason of; petition for temporary visit . dead
SB45 Real property taxes; Virginia Port Authority to determine service charges in lieu of. dead
SB47 Kinship Care Program; created. dead
SB80 Voter registration; copy of application to be maintained at DMV and registration records. dead
SB101 Beekeeping; persons with 50 or fewer hives not required to process honey in certified establishment. dead
SB102 Waste paper products; excluded definition of combustible fibers in Fire Prevention Code. dead
SB104 Credit cards; prohibits issuer from increasing interest rate or imposing fee thereon. dead
SB105 Prisoners; provides for good conduct allowance therefor depending on their performance and conduct. dead
SB122 Local electoral boards and general registrars; provides civil service status to the staffs thereof. dead
SB144 Health care services; billing information. dead
SB145 Mortgage loan servicing practices; prohibits certain actions, penalty. dead
SB148 Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to provide that certain businesses be included as elig. dead
SB153 Motor vehicles, used; pre-purchase inspection notification of those for sale. dead
SB154 Evidence; chain of custody form attested to by emp. of law-enforcement agency responsible therefor. dead
SB160 Health insurance; payment for services rendered by non-participating providers. dead
SB171 Ex parte affidavit or written statement; nonadmissible in a personal injury or wrongful death case. dead
SB177 Enterprise zone job creation grants; deletion of terms from definition of grant eligible position. dead
SB178 Enterprise zones; real property investment grants. dead
SB179 Human Rights Act; prohibition of discrimination in employment based on certain criminal convictions. dead
SB205 Early childhood education; school divisions to provide programs for four and five-year-olds. dead
SB206 Childhood obesity; Board of Education & Health Department establish standards to prevent thereof. dead
SB209 Criminal exhibits; destruction or donation of those used for evidence. dead
SB216 Court Reporting, Board of; created. dead
SB222 Interstate 264; VDOT provide signage directing motorists to Sports Hall of Fame & Children's Museum. dead
SB229 Campaign finance disclosure; reporting requirements. dead
SB231 Campaign finance disclosure; valuation of certain campaign contributions. dead
SB232 Animal abuse; person who reports information protected from retaliation by pet shop, kennel, etc.. dead
SB234 Fertilizer, specialty; label required for proper use and precautionary statements. dead
SB239 Defendants; payment of fine, costs, forfeitures, penalties, or restitution. dead
SB241 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; burden of persuasion on school div. in adm. hearing. dead
SB243 Vehicle registration fees; additional fee to support Land Conservation Fund. dead
SB248 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags. dead
SB249 Parole Guidelines Review Panel; established, report. dead
SB256 Motor vehicle dealers; transfer of dealerships. dead
SB263 Triennial census or statistical survey; school divisions option of choosing. dead
SB268 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. dead
SB272 Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program. dead
SB275 Green Buildings Act; created, report. dead
SB277 Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. dead
SB278 Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards; created. dead
SB285 Highway construction districts; transfers Gloucester County from Fredericksburg to Hampton Roads. dead
SB286 DNA analyses; certification of laboratories that perform. dead
SB292 Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material. dead
SB309 Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria therefor. dead
SB310 Mentally ill defendants; may be hospitalized if unable to care for himself. dead
SB311 Spot blight abatement; interest on liens. dead
SB331 Income taxes, state; establishes pilot program for refundable tax credits for tuition & textbooks. dead
SB332 Traffic offenses; additional penalties for certain violations. dead
SB333 Circuit courts; rules and procedures for tax cases. dead
SB338 Civil proceedings; privileged communications with professionals; . dead
SB340 Circuit court; standardizes removal of certain cases from district court to circuit court. dead
SB346 Highways; payments to Town of Broadway for maintenance, construction, or reconstruction thereof. dead
SB347 Motorcycles; emergency lights on those used by law enforcement. dead
SB368 Video games; displaying rating symbols of certain. dead
SB377 Health insurance; benefits for reservists called to active duty. dead
SB383 Posting of information on Internet; repeals sunset. dead
SB384 Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures. dead
SB387 Deer hunting; changes in provisions. dead
SB390 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; Supreme Court to adopt rules governing discovery. dead
SB392 Driver's license; operating vehicle with suspended license, penalty. dead
SB413 Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund. dead
SB422 Practitioners of natural foods, etc.; exemptions to licensure requirements. dead
SB424 Electronic voting equipment; pertaining to procedures and requirements. dead
SB431 Route 674; prohibition on transportation of hazardous materials in Fairfax County. dead
SB432 Compensation Board; membership. dead
SB442 Teacher Education & Licensure, Advisory Board on; nonlegislative members appointed by Governor. dead
SB452 Motor vehicles; approaching certain stationary vehicles on highways. dead
SB466 Clerks, sheriffs, etc.; not to receive payment from treasury for services rendered in certain cases. dead
SB471 DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense. dead
SB490 Sexually transmitted infections; requires four-year colleges & univ. to provide free STI testing. dead
SB492 Easements; land locked parcels. dead
SB517 Practice of naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements. dead
SB525 Health maintenance organization; may license insurance company, etc. plan that organizes & operates. dead
SB528 Boating; requires safety course and sets maximum speed limit for Smith Mountain Lake. dead
SB545 Scholarship for Disabled Students Program; created. dead
SB568 Buildings, state-owned; energy audits required thereof. dead
SB569 Custody and visitation cases; court may order confidential parental mental health records. dead
SB577 Warrantless searches; law-enforcement officer may search without if person signed waiver. dead
SB585 Kinship care; allows caregivers access to all foster care services. dead
SB594 Fertilizers; regulation thereof. dead
SB598 Motor vehicle equity loans; penalties. dead
SB599 Physical education; requires school boards to require to be taught in grades K-12. dead
SB600 Alcoholic beverage; increases tax thereof. dead
SB604 Criminal background checks, national; fingerprints provided to certain qualified entities. dead
SB611 Therapeutic Incarceration Program; created, report. dead
SB618 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide. dead
SB619 Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim. dead
SB621 Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs by property owner. dead
SB626 Water Quality Improvement Fund; revenues from lodging shall be deposited thereof. dead
SB635 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. dead
SB643 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; includes certain provisions. dead
SB653 Secondhand dealers; adds regulation thereof to current statutes regulating pawnbrokers. dead
SB654 Precious metals dealers; required to obtain thumbprints of both hands of individual selling item. dead
SB658 Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters. dead
SB667 Carbon monoxide detectors; required in certain rental dwelling units in State. dead
SB677 Tuition, in-state; prohibited for certain individuals. dead
SB679 Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment. dead
SB684 Medical care facility; exempts from definition certain specialized centers for provision of MRI. dead
SB692 Blight abatement; authorizes localities to place lien on properties repaired or acquired. dead
SB695 Boats; local control over operation. dead
SB696 Reversion of certain land; Governor to convey interest thereof to locality in which located. dead
SB697 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures. dead
SB705 State Government Programs, Joint Commission on; created, report. dead
SB710 K-14 educational partnerships; created. dead
SB713 Affordable housing; development for low- and moderate-income persons. dead
SB727 Disabled veterans, special; certification of businesses owned thereby. dead
SB733 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Virginia Museum of Natural History. dead
SB734 Coal and gas road improvement tax, local; extends sunset provision. approved
SB735 Spot blight abatement; interest on liens. approved
SB736 Elections, Board of; restrictions for board members. approved
SB737 Custody and visitation cases; court may order confidential parental mental health records. dead
SB738 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; certain judges, etc. authorized to perform hearings. approved
SB739 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; authorization of chief judges of judicial circuits. dead
SB740 Nursing facility services; extends sunset provision for certain certific. of public need. approved
SB741 Involuntary commitment hearings; law students may represent petitioner without practicing attorney. dead
SB742 Overweight permits; exempts fire & emergency apparatus from weight limits on bridges & culverts. approved
SB743 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities, audit requirements. approved
SB744 Childhood obesity; Board of Education to establish standards to prevent and reduce thereof. dead
SB745 CRESPA; prohibits felons from acting as settlement agent thereunder. approved
SB746 All-terrain vehicles; amends statutes relating thereto. dead
SB747 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption for police officers of Norfolk Airport Auth. approved
SB748 Criminal background checks; programs of relig. instruction may obtain fingerprinting for employees. dead
SB749 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; created. approved
SB750 Budget Bill. dead
SB751 Diploma seal; Board of Education to establish criteria for excellence in civics education. approved
SB752 Transportation Commissioner; salary and election thereof. dead
SB753 Transportation Board; election of non-at-large members thereof by majority vote of General Assembly. dead
SB754 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state correctional facilities required to provide. dead
SB755 Tuition, in-state; Community College System granting thereof to persons out of state within 30 mile. approved
SB756 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; created. approved
SB757 Neighborhood Assistance Act; makes several changes thereto. dead
SB758 Minimum Wage Act; repeals exclusion for persons who are 65 thereunder. approved
SB759 Students with Disabilities Tuition Assistance Grant Program; created. dead
SB760 General fund revenue; year-end surplus use thereof. dead
SB761 Secondary highway maintenance payments; increase thereof to Henrico County. dead
SB762 Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license. dead
SB763 Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria therefor. dead
SB764 Driver's licenses; persons who use bioptic telescopic lenses. dead
SB765 Real property assessments; certain restrictions in determining fair market value. dead
SB766 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
SB767 Libraries; provides that localities may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc. therein. dead
SB768 Small business; change in definition. dead
SB769 Charitable gaming; reports of gross receipts and disbursements. approved
SB770 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2007; created. approved
SB771 Treatment works; reimbursement to localities of funds for upgrades thereof. approved
SB772 Business, professional and occupational and license (BPOL) tax; motor fuels tax exemption. approved
SB773 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide. dead
SB774 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increase of members of board of directors. dead
SB775 Elections, Board of; restrictions for board members. dead
SB776 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures. dead
SB777 Health insurance; credits for retired teachers. dead
SB778 Income tax, state; filing threshold amounts. approved
SB779 Apple; designating as official state fruit. dead
SB780 Involuntary temporary detention; issuance and execution of order. dead
SB781 Eminent domain; definition of public uses and limitations thereon. approved
SB782 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; automated toll collections. dead
SB783 Speed limits; analysis of accident and law-enforcement data required before increasing. approved
SB784 License plates, special; issuance to members of American Poolplayers Association. dead
SB785 Income tax, state; increases deduction for prepaid tuition contract, etc. with College Savings Plan. approved
SB786 Private College Enrollment Grant Program Fund; established. dead
SB787 Animal emergency response plan; Department of Emergency Management to address needs thereof. approved
SB788 Real estate tax; increases income limit for elderly and disabled taxpayers in certain cities, etc. approved
SB789 Postemployment benefits; creates trusts or equivalent arrangements to fund costs thereof. approved
SB790 Caregivers Grant Program; modifies definition of eligible caregivers. approved
SB791 Residential tax credit; to improve accessibility and visitability for new or existing residence. approved
SB792 Secondary highway maintenance payments; increase thereof to Henrico County. dead
SB793 Health Research Fund; investment of moneys therein would be governed by certain provisions. approved
SB794 Limited liability companies; parties to actions, and recordation tax exemptions. approved
SB795 Standards of Quality; changes in provisions. approved
SB796 Food products; exempts local school boards from bidding process when purchasing from State farmer. dead
SB797 Farm-to-school website; Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish. approved
SB798 Sewage overflows; authorizes Water Control Board to issue administrative orders for corrective act. approved
SB799 Charter; City of Newport News. approved
SB800 Criminal history record information; consent of person for whom data is being obtained. approved
SB801 Reckless driving; raises speed that constitutes regardless of speed limit. dead
SB802 Law Officers' Retirement System; provides supplemental allowance currently paid to certain members. dead
SB803 License plates, special; issuance honoring Robert E. Lee. approved
SB804 Easements; landlocked parcels. dead
SB805 Credit report; individual who is victim of identity theft may freeze access thereto. dead
SB806 Charitable organizations; those engaged in food distribution to needy are exempt from regulations. approved
SB807 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores by agents of the ABC Board. approved
SB808 Assisted outpatient treatment; establishes program for severely mentally ill. dead
SB809 Abraham Lincoln, Commission on Bicentennial of; created, report. dead
SB810 Legislative agencies; those authorized to employ personnel to report annually to General Assembly. dead
SB811 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Amherst County to impose. approved
SB812 Revenue-sharing funds; for highway systems in certain. dead
SB813 School superintendents; retirement benefits. dead
SB814 Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material. dead
SB815 Immigrants; extortion thereof. approved
SB816 Driver's license expiration; extension to certain persons in service serving outside country. approved
SB817 Rezoning application; locality may deny or modify request when existing network inadequate. dead
SB818 Testimonials; sets fees to be charged by Secretary of Commonwealth therefor. approved
SB819 Freedom of Information Act; records containing social security numbers and personal information. dead
SB820 Discrimination; prohibited in public employment. dead
SB821 Erosion and sediment control; violation of ordinances. approved
SB822 Recordation tax; clarifies tax rate applied. approved
SB823 Social security numbers; penalty for intentionally communicating to general public. dead
SB824 Freedom of Information Act; secure remote access to land records, certain provisions. approved
SB825 Appeal bonds; fees or costs shall not be assessed or collected for any appeal taken. approved
SB826 Notaries public; rewrites law to include electronic notarization & details application requirements. approved
SB827 Firearms; civil immunity for sellers, and requires criminal records check on transfers. dead
SB828 Magistrates; county or city may assess fixed sum in criminal or traffic cases. dead
SB829 Photo-monitoring systems; counties and cities may establish to enforce traffic light signals. approved
SB830 Special Sales and Use Tax Fund Account of Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; created, etc. dead
SB831 Health insurance; increases credit for retired teachers. dead
SB832 Compensation Board; membership. dead
SB833 Intoxication in public; penalty. dead
SB834 Rehabilitative programs; rate at which sentence credits may be earned. dead
SB835 TANF; eligibility for benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB836 Prisoners; requires physical examination for ability to work. approved
SB837 Tattoo parlors; City of Fairfax may by ordinance reasonably limit number thereof within locality. dead
SB838 Land use proceedings; disclosures therein. vetoed
SB839 Vital records; issuance of social security numbers. dead
SB840 Electronic voting equipment; requirements and recount procedures. approved
SB841 Coastal Energy Research Consortium; addition to membership. approved
SB842 Bingo games, certain; proceeds therefrom not to be included in determining gross receipts. approved
SB843 Special Transportation Fund of Northern Virginia; created imposition of additional taxes in certain. dead
SB844 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; delivery of resale certificates packets, etc. approved
SB845 State agencies; Chief Information Officer to develop policies, etc. relating to security data. approved
SB846 Uniform Statewide Building Code; adoption by localities of residential rental inspection districts. dead
SB847 Students with disabilities; provides due process procedures therefor. approved
SB848 Assessments; notice of change. approved
SB849 Condominium Act; assessments and taxation on certain condominium units. dead
SB850 Retirement System; optional retirement benefits to be approved by local government. dead
SB851 Retirement System; elected members of local governing bodies. dead
SB852 Water and sewage systems, private; localities not required to take over. dead
SB853 Admissions tax; permits Charles City County to impose. dead
SB854 Transient occupancy tax; allows Charles City County to impose. dead
SB855 Bail bondsman; must be resident of Commonwealth to be licensed thereas. dead
SB856 Criminal history background checks; providers licensed by DMHMRSAS. dead
SB857 Route 58 Corridor; Transportation Board to issue bonds to fund certain specified projects. dead
SB858 Strategic lawsuits against public participation; summary dismissal. dead
SB859 Judges; increases number in Circuit Court. dead
SB860 Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers. dead
SB861 Public Procurement Act; required disclosure of location where services are performed under contract. dead
SB862 Withholding tax return; information furnished to Department of Taxation. approved
SB863 At-risk students; after school programs. dead
SB864 Presidential elections; agreement among states to elect by National Popular Vote. dead
SB865 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); time limit on receipt thereof. dead
SB866 State Corporation Commission; property title records. approved
SB867 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star qualified products. approved
SB868 Localities; gifts, etc. of personal property may be delivered to another government entity in State. approved
SB869 Development rights; county and adjacent city may enter voluntarily into an agreement. approved
SB870 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset provision for machinery & equipment used in recycling process. approved
SB871 Photo-monitoring systems; certain counties and cities may establish to enforce traffic light signal. dead
SB872 Nursing, Board of; continuing education requirements for nurses. dead
SB873 Private attorneys or collection agencies; may have access to defendant's social security number. approved
SB874 Speedy trial; adds an adult under protections afforded thereby. approved
SB875 Retirement system; increases retirement multiplier for hazardous duty service performed by officers. dead
SB876 Gangs; definition of predicate criminal act. dead
SB877 Witness summonses; issuance by criminal defense counsel. approved
SB878 Elections; recount procedures. dead
SB879 Methamphetamine precursors; electronic log. dead
SB880 Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction. approved
SB881 Manion, Kevin Carder; parents awarded handgun for his service to Department of State Police. approved
SB882 Hunting lands; establishes a policy no net loss of public lands on which hunting occurs. approved
SB883 Freedom of Information Act; records of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. dead
SB884 Hunters; required to identify himself when retrieving hunting dogs from landowner's property. approved
SB885 Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person. dead
SB886 Driver's license, restricted; person may drive in pursuit of health care services. approved
SB887 Primary system highway construction; Transportation Board to allocate funds therefor. approved
SB888 Family day homes; insurance notice requirements. approved
SB889 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds certain maintenance workers as members thereof. dead
SB890 Involuntary mental health commitment; emergency custody order to include transportation. approved
SB891 Tuition, in-state; reduced for children of faculty and staff. dead
SB892 Higher Education, Council of; requires Governor appoint nonvoting faculty representative thereto. dead
SB893 Community college boards, etc.; appoint one or more nonvoting faculty representative to board. dead
SB894 Conservation officer or employees; defense thereof for any prosecuted on criminal charges. approved
SB895 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as members thereof. dead
SB896 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; adds certain to list of those covered thereby. approved
SB897 Workers' compensation; adds to those entitled to infectious disease presumption. approved
SB898 Toy vehicles; prohibits use thereof on highways, exception. approved
SB899 Charter; City of Norfolk. dead
SB900 Virginia Beach Police Department Marine Patrol; enforcement of federal security and safety zones. approved
SB901 Highway safety corridor; designating portion of Route 13 in Northampton and Accomack Counties. dead
SB902 School boards; increase of salary for members in Northampton County. approved
SB903 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption of police officers of Norfolk Airport Auth. dead
SB904 Transient occupancy tax; increase thereof in Northampton County. approved
SB905 Children; parents' right to make medical decisions (Abraham's Law). approved
SB906 Massanutten Military Academy; officers recognized as part of unorganized State militia. approved
SB907 Charter; Town of Timberville. approved
SB908 Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions. dead
SB909 Violation of right-of-way; guilty of reckless driving if cause death of another. dead
SB910 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of public place. dead
SB911 Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby. approved
SB912 Witness, contradiction of; extrajudicial statement. approved
SB913 Notice of claim; certain requirements for lawsuit against government entity. approved
SB914 Public Building Authority; authorized to issue bonds for prison construction in Mt. Rogers District. dead
SB915 Student records; limitations on access thereto. approved
SB916 Voter registration procedures; application to register must contain a receipt given applicant. dead
SB917 Donation of food to charity organizations; regulations for food prepared in his private residence. dead
SB918 Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA); replaces current provisions in the code with this act. approved
SB919 Dispute resolution orientation session; parties in cases involving custody, etc. must attend. dead
SB920 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote without a reason. dead
SB921 Murder; when committed in presence of a minor is guilty of separate offense. dead
SB922 Judgments; establishes procedure for satisfaction thereof in general district court. approved
SB923 Statewide Independent Living Council and Statewide Independent Living Fund; report names of donors. approved
SB924 Law-enforcement escorts; shall be considered emergency vehicle & exempt from obeying regulations. approved
SB925 Air pollution; methods to determine opacity. approved
SB926 Parking of certain vehicles; localities to prohibit any truck in any residence district. dead
SB927 Sexual offenses; prohibiting entry of those convicted onto school property, penalty. approved
SB928 Parental rights; termination thereof . dead
SB929 Parental rights; may be terminated based on finding that the parent has abused another child. dead
SB930 Humane investigators; restores program thereof. dead
SB931 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. dead
SB932 Protective orders; court may include for protection of companion animals and livestock. dead
SB933 Alexandria, City of; establishing arts and cultural districts. approved
SB934 TANF; eligibility for benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB935 Child or adult abuse or neglect; animal control officers required to report. dead
SB936 Charter; City of Alexandria. dead
SB937 Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of an obligor who is incarcerated. dead
SB938 Address Confidentiality Program; created. approved
SB939 Trees; conservation thereof during development process for air quality improvement in certain. dead
SB940 Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters. dead
SB941 VDOT; prepare annual reports projecting three-year maintenance schedule for each district. dead
SB942 Land Conservation Fund; disbursement of moneys. approved
SB943 Indigent Defense Commission; powers and duties. approved
SB944 Child support orders; provision of health care coverage. approved
SB945 Income deduction order; remitting payments via electronic funds transfer. approved
SB946 Credit reports; authorizes an individual under age of 18 and over 65 to freeze access thereto. dead
SB947 Child custody; parties to submit custody implementation plan prior to entry thereof by court. dead
SB948 Pendente lite spousal support; guidelines. approved
SB949 Incarceration and Reentry, Commission on; created, report. dead
SB950 Muzzle-loading rifle ordinances; removes authority of localities to adopt ordinance that permit use. dead
SB951 Stray animals; allows a person living in any political subdivision to adopt. dead
SB952 Criminal jurors; disqualifications. dead
SB953 Incarcerated persons; develop accessibility to higher education using video conferencing technology. approved
SB954 Income tax, state; contributions to Department for Aging to be used for Medicare Part D counseling. approved
SB955 Affordable housing; localities that adopt bonus density in exchange therefor allowed incentives. approved
SB956 District courts; replaces references to motion for judgment with complaint to be consistent. dead
SB957 Portsmouth Port and Industrial Commission. approved
SB958 Emergency service providers; advanced life support procedures. dead
SB959 Retired employees; removes exception for certain localities regarding provision of insurance. approved
SB960 Charter; City of Suffolk dead
SB961 Charter; City of Suffolk. approved
SB962 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds juvenile probation and parole officers as members thereof. dead
SB963 George Washington's Grist Mill State Park; Department of Conservation and Recreation to convey. approved
SB964 Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs. dead
SB965 Criminal cases; increases compensation of experts. dead
SB966 Housing Trust Fund; name change, dedicating unreserved general fund balances. dead
SB967 Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund. dead
SB968 Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right. approved
SB969 Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration to prohibit display of certain flag. approved
SB970 Newspapers; legal notices and publications. approved
SB971 Insurance; supplemental liability coverage for sheriff's departments and regional jails. approved
SB972 Victim notification; may be made through Statewide VINE System or other similar electronic system. approved
SB973 Pro Hac Vice Fund; created. approved
SB974 Childhood obesity; Sup. of Public Instruction & Health Commissioner to work together to combat. approved
SB975 Retirement System; allows certain employees to transfer to VRS. dead
SB976 Optional retirement plan; annual contribution for employees of higher educ. to be same as VRS member dead
SB977 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age therefor. dead
SB978 Methamphetamine precursors; electronic log. dead
SB979 Workers' compensation; panel of physicians to be provided to injured employees. dead
SB980 Physician assistants; extends therpeutic activities they may perform under supervision. dead
SB981 Involuntary commitment; county police department to provide transportation. dead
SB982 Dependent Children of University and College Faculty Reduced Tuition Program; created. dead
SB983 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB984 Alcoholic beverage control; creates an internet wine retailer license. approved
SB985 Administrative support remedies; availability to individuals not receiving public assistance. approved
SB986 Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee. dead
SB987 Secure Commonwealth Panel; adds Executive Secretary of Supreme Court of Virginia to membership. approved
SB988 Scenic protection and tourist enhancement districts; allows Albemarle County to have overlay zones. dead
SB989 Mortgage loans; prohibits servicers thereof from taking certain actions pertaining to servicing. dead
SB990 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset provision for machinery & equipment used in recycling process. dead
SB991 Health insurance; coverage for bone marrow transplants. dead
SB992 Branch Pilots, Board of; limited branch pilot license. approved
SB993 Disabled parking placards; issuance by physician assistant, podiatrist, chiropractor, etc. approved
SB994 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain personal property purchased by contractor. dead
SB995 Medicaid eligibility; young adults transitioning from foster care. dead
SB996 Substance abuse programs; review of application for federal funds or services used therein. dead
SB997 Magistrates; required to deliver copy of any criminal warrant issued at request of citizen to State. approved
SB998 Water systems; Board of Health to implement chronically noncompliant systems. approved
SB999 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for free distribution of educational materials. approved
SB1000 Taxicab service by localities; financial data collected used only for consideration of rates, etc. approved
SB1001 Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings, report. approved
SB1002 Freedom of Information Act; public access to procurement records, and discussions therof. approved
SB1003 Freedom of Information Act; venue for enforcement actions against public bodies. approved
SB1004 Telecommuting; use of personal computers. approved
SB1005 State Corporation Commission; fees charged by clerk for copies of Uniform Commercial Code. approved
SB1006 Commonwealth Innovations Incentive Fund; created. dead
SB1007 Law-enforcement facilities; prohibits possession of weapons therein except by officers. dead
SB1008 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures and penalties involved therewith. dead
SB1009 Civil actions; docketing for trial. dead
SB1010 Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employee. dead
SB1011 Business, professional, and occupational license tax (BPOL); motor fuels tax exemption. dead
SB1012 Planning & Budget, Department of; to include real estate costs for development in economic analysis. approved
SB1013 Workers' compensation; alternative dispute resolution systems agreed to in certain agreements. dead
SB1014 Payday Loan Act; SCC to contract with third party to develop Internet accessible database. dead
SB1015 Campaign finance disclosure; filings of candidate reports. approved
SB1016 Jail farms; may be used to hold or confine person who could be held in county or city jail. approved
SB1017 Adoption; exception to requirement that spouses file a joint petition. dead
SB1018 Charter; City of Hampton. approved
SB1019 Credit card application; person with intent to defraud in name of another. dead
SB1020 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase authorized in Northern Virginia localities. dead
SB1021 Setoff Debt Collection Act; setoff against federal tax refunds for local tax debt. dead
SB1022 Mechanic's lien; notice to owner of property subject thereto. dead
SB1023 General Services, Department of; purchase of electricity generated from renewable energy sources. dead
SB1024 Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; clarifies powers to implement long-term care policy. approved
SB1025 Incapacitated adults; increase penalties for certain crimes against. approved
SB1026 Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax; local-option to impose retail sales taxes on motor fuels. dead
SB1027 Extortion; withholding immigration document. dead
SB1028 United States flag; rules and regulations for displaying on interstate highways. dead
SB1029 Chief Information Officer; provide for security of state government electronic information. approved
SB1030 Credit reports; authorizes an individual to freeze access thereto. dead
SB1031 Energy facility; requirements for applicant. approved
SB1032 Accident reports; law-engorcement officers to report if use of cell phone was factor in accident. dead
SB1033 Personnel Act; hiring preference for veterans for employment with State. approved
SB1034 Elections; person challenging another's right to vote shall complete form indicating reason. approved
SB1035 Child restraint devices; raises booster seat age, prohibits certain in front seat. dead
SB1036 Child custody; virtual visitation through the use of various electronic communication equipment. dead
SB1037 Eminent domain; economic development. dead
SB1038 Public school contract employees; requires school boards to obtain data on convictions of crimes. dead
SB1039 Cellular telephones; prohibits use of for those under 18 years old while driving. approved
SB1040 Driver's license; makes violation of various restrictions primary offense if under 19 years old. dead
SB1041 Adoption laws; administrative changes. approved
SB1042 Towing and recovery operators; exemption from liability when rendering emergency assistance. approved
SB1043 DMV; to develop and distribute materials for parents of certain minors. dead
SB1044 Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; surviviors/dependents be admitted free. approved
SB1045 Immigration; powers of law-enforcement officers by agreement with Department of Homeland Security. dead
SB1046 Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; assistance after active duty. approved
SB1047 Southampton County Jail Farm; Board of Corrections to convey to Southampton County sheriff's office. approved
SB1048 Marijuana charges; expungement of records. dead
SB1049 DNA analyses; certification of laboratories that perform. dead
SB1050 Water and sewer charges; adds Town of Blacksburg to localities that may attach lien on real estate. approved
SB1051 Real estate tax; localities to tax certain energy-efficient buildings. approved
SB1052 Emergency custody order; authorizes sheriffs and sheriffs' deputies to execute orders. dead
SB1053 Uniform Statewide Building Code; locality to require building permits in historic zoning districts. dead
SB1054 Low-income housing credit; consolidation of Code sections. approved
SB1055 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit; moves to Title 58.1 & cross-reference to Title 63.2. dead
SB1056 Special Unemployment Compensation Administration Fund; increases discretionary expenditures. approved
SB1057 Enterprise zones; decreases percentage real property investment grants may be awarded. approved
SB1058 Real estate tax; exempts historic landmarks used for commercial or industrial property. dead
SB1059 Secondary highway system; allocation of construction funds. approved
SB1060 Child restraint devices; raises booster seat age, prohibits certain in front seat. approved
SB1061 Fertilizers; regulation thereof. approved
SB1062 Alcoholic beverage control; creates new nonresident winery distributor license. dead
SB1063 Assessment rates; notification for increase. approved
SB1064 Affordable housing; adds Northampton County to list of localities that may provide. dead
SB1065 Sex Offender Registry; clarifies person convicted of registrable offense must register. approved
SB1066 Bond or recognizance; appeal from order denying bail or fixing terms thereof. dead
SB1067 Volunteer assistant attorneys; adds City of Richmond to those localities with authority to appoint. approved
SB1068 Condemnation cases; jury selection. approved
SB1069 Drug and alcohol treatment pilot program; local or regional jail may establish for inmates. approved
SB1070 Garnishment summons; claims of exemption. dead
SB1071 Sex offender registration; offender to include any electronic mail address, etc. that he will use. approved
SB1072 Charter; City of Bristol. approved
SB1073 Occupational safety and health; penalty for violations. dead
SB1074 Single-family dwellings; localities to designate portion of undeveloped land for clustering. vetoed
SB1075 Literary Fund; amount of loans available to school division. dead
SB1076 Disabled persons; authorizes Department of Forestry, et al., to adopt hunting, etc. regulations. dead
SB1077 Carbon monoxide detector; Board of Housing & Community Development to install in dwelling units. dead
SB1078 Tourism Authority; powers and duties of the Executive Director. approved
SB1079 Therapeutic Incarceration Program; creates sentencing alternative for certain defendants. dead
SB1080 Prisoner Reentry Fund; created. dead
SB1081 Communications sales and use tax; distribution formula for localities. dead
SB1082 Courthouse security; increases costs in each criminal or traffic case in district or circuit courts. approved
SB1083 State Police Headquarters, former; State to convey property on Rt. 83 to Buchanan County. approved
SB1084 Pharmacy benefits management; payment for clean claims submitted electronically. approved
SB1085 Cable television services; provision by localities in certain districts. dead
SB1086 Revenue-sharing funds; distribution systems in certain counties, cities, and towns. dead
SB1087 Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers. dead
SB1088 Pregnant Women Support Fund; created. approved
SB1089 Public Procurement Act; prequalification for certain transportation contracts. approved
SB1090 State Firefighter's Association; created. approved
SB1091 Coal miner certification; requires pre-employment substance abuse testing & suspension. approved
SB1092 American Former Prisoners of War Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 19 in Russell Co. approved
SB1093 Real Estate Board; applicants for initial licensure as real estate broker. dead
SB1094 Vehicle warning lights; allows chaplains to equip their vehicles therewith. dead
SB1095 Voting equipment; certification thereof to be required. dead
SB1096 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
SB1097 Records of DMV; eliminates fee to receive driving record abstracts therefrom. approved
SB1098 Alcoholic beverage control; tastings conducted by manufacturers or wholesalers. approved
SB1099 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission; change in membership. approved
SB1100 Toll facilities; operation of photo-monitoring or automatic vehicle identification systems. approved
SB1101 Hampton Roads Toll Facility Authority; created. dead
SB1102 Billboard signs; adjustment or relocation thereof. dead
SB1103 Defendants; restoration of competency. approved
SB1104 Insanity; persons acquitted by reason thereof. approved
SB1105 Internal Revenue Code; conforms State's system of taxation thereto. approved
SB1106 Freedom of Information Act; exempts personal information in constituent correspondence. dead
SB1107 License plates, special; issuance to members of Fraternal Order of Police. dead
SB1108 Emergency preparedness; makes several revisions related to orders of isolation and quarantine. approved
SB1109 Banks; financial activities. dead
SB1110 Service districts; additional powers with regard to road construction and maintenance. approved
SB1111 Freedom of Information Act; closed meetings and security of public buildings. approved
SB1112 Health care data reporting; repeals sunset provisions. approved
SB1113 Surplus lines insurance; alien insurer must maintain certain amount in irrevocable trust fund. approved
SB1114 Residential Property Disclosure Act; violation of zoning ordinance. approved
SB1115 Trees and timber; proceeds of sale of those from state parks and natural area preserves. approved
SB1116 Capital murder; premeditated killing of a judge or a witness, redefinition thereof. approved
SB1117 Senior Alert Program; created. approved
SB1118 BPOL tax; refusal to grant and revocation of business licenses. dead
SB1119 Driver's licenses, etc.; persons 25 years old must not show age of person to whom they are issued. dead
SB1120 Trespass; knowledge that entry was forbidden. dead
SB1121 Police; expands authority thereof in civil matters. approved
SB1122 Offshore oil and gas royalties; obligates state to distribute royalty payments therefrom. dead
SB1123 Auditor of Public Accounts; review security governmental databases containing personal information. dead
SB1124 Driver's licenses, provisional; prohibits use of cellular phones for person under 18 years old. dead
SB1125 Donation of food to charity organizations; regulations for food prepared in his private residence. dead
SB1126 Property damage or personal injury; parental liability for their child. dead
SB1127 Magistrates; issuance of warrants. dead
SB1128 Transportation infrastructure; VDOT to submit biennial report on maintenance and operation thereof. approved
SB1129 Order books; microfilming thereof, master reel provided to Library of Virginia. approved
SB1130 Watercraft; maiming of another resulting from operating thereof while intoxicated. approved
SB1131 Charlottesville, City of; to establish housing fund to assist low & moderate income persons. dead
SB1132 Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto. approved
SB1133 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW) program; increase of requirements. approved
SB1134 Insanity; petition for release of person acquitted by reason thereof. approved
SB1135 Mobile telecommunications services; authorizes Charles City County to adopt. dead
SB1136 Indians, Council on; changes membership thereof, report. approved
SB1137 Charter; Town of Cheriton. approved
SB1138 Norfolk, City of; authorizes City to adopt new redevelopment or conservation plan. approved
SB1139 Administrative Process Act; amends by renumbering provisions of various codes. approved
SB1140 Scrap metal processors; establishes requirements regarding purchases of scrap metal thereby. approved
SB1141 Charter; City of Virginia Beach. approved
SB1142 Dealer's license plates; allowable uses thereof. dead
SB1143 Utility Transfers Act; telephone companies. dead
SB1144 Incident management; VDOT vehicles are exempt from certain provisions. approved
SB1145 Veterans Services, Department of; implement program to certify business owner holds certain status. approved
SB1146 Neighborhood Assistance Act; eligibility requirements. approved
SB1147 Diploma, advanced technical; Board of Education to establish requirements therefor. approved
SB1148 Standards of Quality; local school boards report number of career & technical education completers. approved
SB1149 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board has authority to sell products with distilled spirits. approved
SB1150 Electric utilities; collection of fines assessed by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. dead
SB1151 Machinery and tools tax; provides uniform statewide statutory classification for idle machinery. approved
SB1152 Energy Policy Act of 2006; appropriations for certain funds. approved
SB1153 DMV driver record abstracts; copies are one-half normal charge for drivers for Faith in Action. approved
SB1154 Charitable Gaming, Department of; adds athletic associations and booster clubs to definitions. approved
SB1155 Interstate 81 Regional Transportation Authorities; created. dead
SB1156 Law Officers' Retirement System; provides supplemental allowance currently paid to certain members. dead
SB1157 Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employee. dead
SB1158 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
SB1159 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
SB1160 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; revenue source therefor. dead
SB1161 Smoke Free Air Act; created. dead
SB1162 Radford University; increases board of visitors. approved
SB1163 Transportation Trust Fund; additional sources of revenues. dead
SB1164 Alcoholic beverage control; small wine producer distribution license. dead
SB1165 Conservators of peace, special; strikes provision that they have authority in any city or county. approved
SB1166 Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local public safety officers. approved
SB1167 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include hurricane preparedness equipment. approved
SB1168 Court-appointed counsel; compensation for services. approved
SB1169 Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act; payments made to injured worker thereunder. approved
SB1170 Health insurance; increases credit for retired teachers. dead
SB1171 Aircraft; establishes separate class of tangible personal property therefor. approved
SB1172 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain aircraft. approved
SB1173 Appeal bonds; fees or costs shall not be assessed, etc. for any motion from order denying bail, etc. dead
SB1174 Circuit court; increase of judges in various circuits. dead
SB1175 Judges; increases number in general district court. dead
SB1176 Pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers; adds regulation thereof to current statutes regulating. dead
SB1177 Victims of crime; increases compensation. approved
SB1178 Confidentiality records; law-enforcement agency not required to obtain court order to inspect. dead
SB1179 Bingo jackpot games; organizations to sell and separately account therefor. approved
SB1180 Dog collar; person guilty of misdemeanor if takes an electronic or radio transmitting one from dog. approved
SB1181 Subdivision streets; requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system. approved
SB1182 Charter; City of Hampton. approved
SB1183 False medical claim; increases civil penalty for attempt to defraud State. approved
SB1184 Military Affairs, Department of; establishes specific duties and functions to be carried out. approved
SB1185 Real Estate Transaction Recovery Fund; allows interest thereon to be used to educate public, etc. approved
SB1186 Community services board members; terms of office. approved
SB1187 Tuition, in-state; waiver thereof for children and spouses of certain public safety personnel. approved
SB1188 Southeastern Public Service Authority; provision for locality that withdraws therefrom. dead
SB1189 Court-appointed counsel; qualification requirements. approved
SB1190 Fighting of cocks and other animals; Class 6 felony for any person to engage therein. dead
SB1191 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; capped rates and default service. dead
SB1192 Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons; may assess fee if defendant fails to appear. approved
SB1193 Substance Abuse Services Council; review of state agency substance abuse treatment programs. dead
SB1194 Submission of claims; contracts awarded by Transportation Commissioner . approved
SB1195 Criminal history record information; disseminated to DMAS for screening individuals. approved
SB1196 DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers. dead
SB1197 Public schools; regulations of foods containing trans fatty acids. dead
SB1198 Medical Services; State's lien for payment. dead
SB1199 Intermodal Planning and Investment, Office of; change of name and additional duties of Office. approved
SB1200 Highway improvement projects, local; VDOT fees. approved
SB1201 Motor vehicle insurance license tax; revenues dedicated to Priority Transportation Fund. dead
SB1202 Emergency management and preparedness; mutual aid agreements. approved
SB1203 Sexually violent predators; Attorney General, et al to study feasibility of treatment options, etc. vetoed
SB1204 Tuition, in-state; prohibited for those who are unlawfully present in U.S. dead
SB1205 Farm wineries; establishes criteria for local regulation thereof. approved
SB1206 Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement; conforms State's tax laws to provisions thereof. dead
SB1207 Criminal history record information; agencies may obtain data on providers of services to adults. approved
SB1208 Background checks; requirement for employees, etc. that work for children's residential facilities. approved
SB1209 Economic Development Partnership; manufacturer to receive payments, Investment Performance Grants. approved
SB1210 Criminal history record information check; businesses required to conduct and pay cost. dead
SB1211 Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation. approved
SB1212 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions. approved
SB1213 Standards of Quality; requires identification of gifted education programs. dead
SB1214 Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose. dead
SB1215 Onsite sewage disposal system; permit for installing in certain counties. approved
SB1216 Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program, and Fund; created. dead
SB1217 Forensic laboratory services; private police departments. dead
SB1218 Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers. approved
SB1219 Lawful fence; amends definition thereof. approved
SB1220 Line of Duty Disability Fund; created. dead
SB1221 Community-based corrections programs; credit toward completion of community service. dead
SB1222 Self defense; person is justified using physical force when person enters dwelling unlawfully. dead
SB1223 Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction. approved
SB1224 Identity theft; notification of breach of information system. dead
SB1225 Health Commissioner; required to designate licensed physician to coordinate women's health efforts. approved
SB1226 Electronic voting equipment; requires electoral boards to develop plans to ensure security thereof. approved
SB1227 Extortion; withholding immigration document. dead
SB1228 Sex Offender Registry; notification in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. approved
SB1229 Sex offender registry; nursing homes, etc. register with State Police to get notification thereof. approved
SB1230 Human papillomavirus vaccine; optional for female students before entering the sixth grade. approved
SB1231 Tanning facilities; requires parental consent for customers under age 15. approved
SB1232 School boards; referendum for election of chairman in Page County. approved
SB1233 Assault and battery; adds conservators of the peace to definition in statute. dead
SB1234 Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof. dead
SB1235 Attorneys-in-fact; challenges thereto after death of principal. approved
SB1236 Juvenile offenses; judge may impose all penalties allowable by law therefor. approved
SB1237 Protective orders; increases penalty for second offense for violation thereof. approved
SB1238 Non-resident taxpayers; withholding tax paid by pass-through entities. approved
SB1239 Child pornography; seizure and forfeiture of equipment. approved
SB1240 Health Commissioner; duties thereof. approved
SB1241 Boating safety education; must complete to operate motorboat or personal watercraft, civil penalty. approved
SB1242 Health insurance program; provision for employees by locality. dead
SB1243 Composite index; ability to pay. dead
SB1244 Custody and visitation cases; locality may assess a fee in addition to filing fee charged. dead
SB1245 Overhead electrical transmission lines; SCC to conduct public hearing for approval of construction. dead
SB1246 Charter; Town of Leesburg. approved
SB1247 Assault and battery against family member; deferred finding. dead
SB1248 Juveniles; guilty of a violation driving without a license. dead
SB1249 Detoxification center programs; locality to assess fee following conviction of certain crimes. dead
SB1250 Public hearings; person shall be immune from civil liability for certain violations. approved
SB1251 Substance Abuse Services Council; review of state agency substance abuse treatment programs. dead
SB1252 Subdivision ordinance; alternative use of cash escrow. dead
SB1253 Alcoholic beverage control; equine sporting event licenses. dead
SB1254 Zoning ordinance; denying, etc. application for rezoning when transportation network is inadequate. dead
SB1255 Courthouse; posting of notices. approved
SB1256 Hazardous material; localities to prohibit initiation of new storage thereof in certain floodplains. dead
SB1257 Probate; representatives of a decedent's estate will need not provide written notice thereof. dead
SB1258 Limited liability companies; action authorized by consent of less than all members. dead
SB1259 VDOT; annual statistical report containing highway and arterial roadway levels of service. dead
SB1260 Urban and secondary highway systems; revises formulas for construction allocations. dead
SB1261 Income tax, state; tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments. dead
SB1262 Driver's license; notice of revocation. dead
SB1263 Creditors of decedent's estate; debts and taxes owed to localities, etc., to be eighth in line. approved
SB1264 Descents; clarifies statue concerning course thereof. dead
SB1265 Real estate tax; relief for elderly and permanently and totally disabled. approved
SB1266 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. dead
SB1267 Advertisement of plans; descriptive summary. dead
SB1268 Impact fees; high-growth localities may impose and collect. dead
SB1269 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; authorization of certain judges & special justices. dead
SB1270 Onsite sewage disposal system; certification of certain workers. approved
SB1271 Freedom of Information Act; allows public bodies to meet by electronic communication without quorum. dead
SB1272 Transportation districts; compensation of commission members. dead
SB1273 Green Buildings Act; created, report. dead
SB1274 Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee. dead
SB1275 Sustainable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and Energy Conservation Fund; created, report. dead
SB1276 Character education; humane education may be covered therein. dead
SB1277 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
SB1278 Public Broadcasting Board; decreases membership by removing chairman of Council of Higher Education. approved
SB1279 Higher educational institutions; defines continuing or professional education. approved
SB1280 College Savings Program; eliminates requirement of annual report by State Council of Higher Educ. dead
SB1281 Economic Development Incentive Grants; reduces waiting period for payments. approved
SB1282 Law-enforcement officers; removal of their land records from Internet. approved
SB1283 Income tax, state; provisions for income and loss of an electing small business corporation. approved
SB1284 Auditor of Public Accounts; searchable database of expenditures and revenues of state agency, etc. approved
SB1285 Stock Corporation Act; establishes and modifies certain requirements thereof. approved
SB1286 Nonstock Corporation Act; updates to make consistent with changes to Stock Corporation Act. approved
SB1287 Good conduct allowances and mandatory functional literacy requirement; created. dead
SB1288 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. vetoed
SB1289 Wine and beer; delivery thereof, permits. approved
SB1290 Interstate Compact for Juveniles; provides accountability, etc., to track juveniles across borders. approved
SB1291 BPOL tax; requires contractor to provide proof of license when applying for local business license. dead
SB1292 Home ownership; deletes requirement that separate ordinance be passed for each grant. approved
SB1293 Clerks, sheriffs, etc.; localities exempt from paying fees for certain services. approved
SB1294 Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony and prior convictions may be presented to jury. approved
SB1295 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for persons designated to carry out execution. approved
SB1296 Eminent domain; definition of public uses and limitations thereon. approved
SB1297 Condemnation action; requires owner to provide written report of appraisal. dead
SB1298 Criminal history record information; agency not required to collect when information is available. approved
SB1299 George P. Coleman Bridge; requires that tolls be removed therefrom. dead
SB1300 Sewage sludge; locality may adopt an ordinance that requires special use permit for routine storage. approved
SB1301 Water Quality Improvement Fund; Combined Sewer Overflow funding for Cities of Lynchburg & Richmond. vetoed
SB1302 Enterprise zone grants; allows businesses to apply for additional appropriations. dead
SB1303 Health maintenance organizations; conversions. approved
SB1304 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
SB1305 Physical therapists; allows patients to seek treatment therefrom. approved
SB1306 Electric power and energy; purchase by Virginia Tech and municipal corporation. approved
SB1307 Senatorial districts; makes technical adjustment in Amherst County. approved
SB1308 Courthouse security; training of officers providing. dead
SB1309 National Guard; employment protection. approved
SB1310 Discrimination; prohibited in state employment. dead
SB1311 Judges; early retirement. dead
SB1312 Transportation Commissioner; develop/ implement highway access management standards for highways. approved
SB1313 Sewage sludge; local government to certify that site thereof in compliance with ordinances. approved
SB1314 Boating under influence of alcohol; makes consistent with that used for driving under influence. approved
SB1315 Driver's license numbers; nonissuance of license to persons with religious objections thereto. dead
SB1316 Charter; City of Manassas Park. approved
SB1317 Health insurance; corrects erroneous cross-reference regarding definition of risk-based capital. approved
SB1318 Emergency management plans; local and interjurisdictional agency to review. approved
SB1319 Conservators of peace, special; conviction of Class 1 misdemeanor to prevent person from becoming. dead
SB1320 Payday Loan Act. dead
SB1321 Overweight permits; authorized for tank wagons. approved
SB1322 Combined Sewer Overflow Fund; created. dead
SB1323 Signs, certain; those located on real property of educational institution. dead
SB1324 Paramedics; authorized to engage in practice of professional nursing. dead
SB1325 Medical assistance services; state plan to include provision for medically needy aged & disabled. dead
SB1326 Payday Loan Act; repeals Act effective July 1, 2009. dead
SB1327 Minimum wage; increase per hour. dead
SB1328 Airport Fund; distribution of revenues. dead
SB1329 Subdivision ordinance; provisions to adopt guidelines for design/construction of public facilities. dead
SB1330 Headlights; VDOT may install signs in certain areas requiring use thereof. dead
SB1331 Retirement System; investments related to Sudan. dead
SB1332 Community policy and management teams; adds children requiring mental health services. approved
SB1333 Aquaculture; sets guidelines for placement of temporary shellfish enclosures in state waters. approved
SB1334 Absentee voting; alternative procedures to expedite counting. approved
SB1335 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Sales and Use Tax Fund; created. dead
SB1336 Health insurance; issuer to provide accurate utilization data. dead
SB1337 DMV fees; to impose on transaction in customer service centers if can be done electronically. dead
SB1338 Standards of Quality; local school boards to enroll students in gifted education programs. dead
SB1339 Land application of sewage sludge; regulation and management thereof. approved
SB1340 Appalachian Region Interstate Compact and Commission; created. approved
SB1341 Health care practitioner; authority to send laboratory test results directly to patients. approved
SB1342 Higher educational institutions; operational authority therefor in areas of procurement, etc. dead
SB1343 War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of wing. dead
SB1344 Recordation tax; exemption for deeds of trust or mortgages given by nonprofit organization. dead
SB1345 Dogfighting; certain people are required to report. dead
SB1346 School boards; contractor to provide certification that employees have not been convicted of felony. approved
SB1347 Guardian ad litem; petition for appointment thereof examined by physician before being appointed. dead
SB1348 Rail Enhancement Fund; certain projects to be exempt from 30 percent match requirement. dead
SB1349 Securities Act; reporting short sales. dead
SB1350 Special license plates; Fraternal Order of Police of Virginia; fees. approved
SB1351 Public utility facilities; approval thereof. approved
SB1352 War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of wing. approved
SB1353 Child day-care regulations; establishes staff-to-child ratios thereof. dead
SB1354 Occupational safety and health; civil penalties. dead
SB1355 Driving under influence of alcohol; plea agreements in case resulting in physical injury to victim. dead
SB1356 Residential development; impact fees for public facilities related thereto. dead
SB1357 Administrative subpoena; issued for records of electronic communication service, etc. approved
SB1358 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: DIG WITH CARE. dead
SB1359 Crisis intervention pilot programs; Criminal Justice Services to establish program. dead
SB1360 Private roads as highways; governing body may adopt ordinances designating therefor. approved
SB1361 Electrical utility facility, new; suspends thereof in Loudoun, Fauquier, & Prince William Counties. dead
SB1362 Electrical utility facilities; review of construction applications by State Corporation Commission. approved
SB1363 Safety inspection stickers and vehicle inspections; required for parked vehicles. approved
SB1364 Firearms; prohibits possession thereof at a child day center. dead
SB1365 Tangible personal property tax relief; repealed on passenger cars, motorcycles, etc. dead
SB1366 Transportation funding; repeals motor fuels taxes and increases retail sales and use tax. dead
SB1367 Subaqueous land; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain S&S Marine Supply in Hampton. approved
SB1368 Transportation planning; excludes certain cities requiring submission of land use applications. dead
SB1369 Freedom of Information Act; expands current record & meeting exemptions for retirement systems. approved
SB1370 Trooper Ricky Marshall McCoy Memorial Bridge; designating as I-95 bridge over Route 635. approved
SB1371 Alcoholic beverage control; preference for small farm wineries. approved
SB1372 Criminal justice training academy; Roanoke County to charge fees to support its participation. dead
SB1373 Roanoke County Sheriff's Office; authorized to withdraw from Cardinal Criminal Justice Academy. dead
SB1374 Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; coordinate disease prevention activities of agencies. approved
SB1375 Virginia Covered Bridge Festival in Patrick County; designating as official state festival. approved
SB1376 Comprehensive plan; governing body desiring an amendment to prepare & submit to public hearing. dead
SB1377 Water & sewer rates; prohibits towns from charging for service to residents of adjacent county. dead
SB1378 Contracts; Director of Corrections to approve or deny community-based residential services. approved
SB1379 Transportation Future Fund; created. dead
SB1380 Victims of crime; restorative mediation. dead
SB1381 Intestate succession; desertion by parents. dead
SB1382 Elections; eliminates requirement that name and address be repeated by officer of election. dead
SB1383 Specially constructed, replica vehicles, etc.; revises procedures to be titled & registered by DMV. approved
SB1384 Enjoyment of easement; interference thereof. approved
SB1385 Corrections Private Management Act; adds certain entities to definition of prison contractor. approved
SB1386 Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; analysis of state agency budget submissions. approved
SB1387 Housing assistance; employees of county to benefit therefrom. approved
SB1388 Mental health courts; Office of Executive Secretary of Supreme Court to establish pilot program. dead
SB1389 TransDominion Express Commission; created. dead
SB1390 Eminent domain; definition of public uses. dead
SB1391 Pharmacy, Board of; membership. dead
SB1392 Fort Monroe; Governor to convey property to Fort Monroe Federal Development Authority. approved
SB1393 Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions. approved
SB1394 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit; makes several changes thereto. dead
SB1395 Public Accountancy; revises and makes several amendments to public accounting statute. approved
SB1396 Offshore energy resources; exploratory, etc. activity of submerged lands off Atlantic shoreline. dead
SB1397 Audio and audio-visual recordings; clarifies penalty language for unlawful commercial production of. approved
SB1398 All-terrain vehicles and similar vehicles; local regulation for operating near dwellings. dead
SB1399 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; transfers motor fuels retail sales taxes thereto. dead
SB1400 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; conduct of governmental bodies. approved
SB1401 Motor vehicle stops; law-enforcement officer to inform person of reason therefor. dead
SB1402 Discharges into Levisa Fork; prescribes size of mixing zone for discharge of salty mine water. dead
SB1403 Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of various boards, increase of authority. approved
SB1404 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant information. dead
SB1405 Constitutional rights; inquiries into exercise thereof. dead
SB1406 Public Procurement Act; use of design-build construction by local governing body. dead
SB1407 Crops; requires Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish support program. approved
SB1408 Competition Council; required to review procurement process. approved
SB1409 Property Owners' Association; enforcement of rules and charges assessed for violations. dead
SB1410 Recorded simulcast horse racing; State to receive certain percentage. dead
SB1411 Residential development; imposition of fees for issuance of final certificate of occupancy. dead
SB1412 Zoning administrator; authority thereof when investigating violation of ordinance. approved
SB1413 Alcoholic beverage control; creates new restricted wholesale wine license. approved
SB1414 Transportation funding; authorizes localities in Northern Virginia to impose additional fees. dead
SB1415 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; created. dead
SB1416 Electric utility service; advances scheduled expiration of capped rate period. approved
SB1417 Transportation funding and reform; provides statewide funding of projects. dead
SB1418 First Landing State Park; Department of Conservation and Recreation to lease portion thereof. approved
SB1419 Students with Disabilities Tuition Assistance Grant Program; created. dead
SB1420 Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax; local-option to impose retail sales taxes on motor fuels. dead
SB1421 Admission to bail; persons not lawfully present in United States. dead
SB1422 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Bide-A-Wee Golf Course in City of Portsmouth. dead
SB1423 Mobile work camps; establishes standards therefor provided by railroad company for employees. dead
SB1424 Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and disabled. dead
SB1425 Hampton University; amending incorporation thereof to expand the purpose of the University. approved
SB1426 Clients' Protection Fund; Supreme Court to adopt rules assessing members of VA State Bar fee. approved
SB1427 Senate; sale of surplus laptop computers to current members. dead
SJ15 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
SJ45 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ46 Immigrants; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study impact of those undocumented. dead
SJ49 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference). dead
SJ58 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ73 Utility distribution lines; SCC to study requiring underground placement in redevelopment areas. dead
SJ78 Constitutional amendment; Highway and Trasnportation Trust Funds, (first reference). dead
SJ79 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of prop. (1st ref). dead
SJ81 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain owner-occupied residences from taxation (1st ref). dead
SJ83 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund, continued (first reference). dead
SJ89 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). dead
SJ93 Sheriffs departments; JLARC to study staffing standards. dead
SJ98 State employee; joint subcommittee to study grievance procedure therefor. dead
SJ100 Constitutional amendments; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference). dead
SJ101 Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.). dead
SJ104 Constitutional amendment; certain armed forces exempt from property taxation (first reference). dead
SJ121 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers. dead
SJ139 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers. dead
SJ180 Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference). dead
SJ307 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
SJ308 Health insurance; joint subcommittee to study costs for state and local early retirees. dead
SJ309 Celebrating the life of Phyllis S. Taylor. passed
SJ310 Celebrating the life of Robert H. Armstrong. passed
SJ311 Celebrating the life of Bishop Lewis E. Hines. passed
SJ312 Celebrating the life of Leonia Jackson Russell. passed
SJ313 Celebrating the life of Janett Flood Williams. passed
SJ314 Commending Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
SJ315 Commending Hortense Williams. passed
SJ316 Celebrating the life of Levi Edgar Willis III. passed
SJ317 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference). dead
SJ318 Celebrating the life of Queenie Jane Greene Barton. passed
SJ319 Commending Justin Brooks Verlander. passed
SJ320 Celebrating the life of Wilbert Earl Ashe, Jr. passed
SJ321 Celebrating the life of Sidney Franklin Ricks, Sr. passed
SJ322 Celebrating the life of Lottie Barksdale Spencer. passed
SJ323 Celebrating the life of Airman First Class Leebernard Emmanuel Chavis. passed
SJ324 Alson H. Smith Teachers' Day. dead
SJ325 Electoral College votes; joint subcommittee to study method of allocating. dead
SJ326 Consumption of goods and services; joint subcommittee to study viability of fair tax thereon. dead
SJ327 Prisoner Reentry to Society, Joint Subcommittee Studying Program for; continued. passed
SJ328 Commending Dotty Eng. passed
SJ329 High school dropout and graduation rates; Board of Education to study. passed
SJ330 Celebrating the life of Victoria Jackson Gray Adams. passed
SJ331 Memorial resolution; Celebrating the life of Richard William Foster. passed
SJ332 Discrimination & injustice; General Assembly to acknowledge & express regret for State's role in. passed
SJ333 Commending Native Americans and African Americans on their contributions to the Commonweath. dead
SJ334 Financial Aid Awareness Month. passed
SJ335 Net lottery profits; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study distribution thereof. dead
SJ336 Celebrating the life of Karen Hackney. passed
SJ337 Commending Central Fairfax Services, Inc., on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed
SJ338 Constitutional Amendments; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference). dead
SJ339 Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.). dead
SJ340 Constitutional amendment; certain armed forces exempt from property taxation (first reference). approved
SJ341 Commending The Arc of Northern Virginia on the occasion of its 45th anniversary. passed
SJ342 Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Bralley, Jr. passed
SJ343 Designating the third week in September as Civics Education Week. passed
SJ344 Commending the Martinsville Mustangs baseball team. passed
SJ345 Celebrating the life of John Pete Jamison. passed
SJ346 Celebrating the life of Frank McCormick Lacy. passed
SJ347 Farm-to-School Program; Farm-to-School Task Force to develop plan for implementing, report. passed
SJ348 K-12 education, public; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study cost thereof. dead
SJ349 65 percent Solution; General Assembly to recognize problems with and implications thereof. dead
SJ350 Celebrating the life of Captain Shane T. Adcock. passed
SJ351 Commending Thomas R. Waddy, Sr. passed
SJ352 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ353 Celebrating the life of Karl L.Williams. passed
SJ354 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (first reference). approved
SJ355 Commending Karl Stoltzfus. passed
SJ356 Celebrating the life of Harold Nelson Wood. passed
SJ357 Commending the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ358 Northern Virginia land preservation; Department of Conservation & Recreation & task force to study. dead
SJ359 Commending Lucretia Jackson. passed
SJ360 Commending Charles E. Samarra. passed
SJ361 Waste minimization, reuse, and recycling; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. passed
SJ362 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemptions authorized for persons 65 years of age (1st ref.) dead
SJ363 Incarcerated persons; joint sub. to study accessibility of education programs & higher educ. oppor. dead
SJ364 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
SJ365 Innovative housing policies and programs; Housing Commission to study granting authority to local. dead
SJ366 Affordable housing; Housing Commission to study state incentives for targeted development, etc. passed
SJ367 Commending Virginia Durrett. passed
SJ368 Commending O'Neal Mercer. passed
SJ369 Commending Judge Ann Hunter Simpson. passed
SJ370 Commending the Town of Altavista on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ371 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property (first reference). dead
SJ372 Health insurance; joint subcommittee to study experience pool for educators, etc. passed
SJ373 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund, Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
SJ374 Childhood obesity; school divisions encouraged to strengthen their commitment to prevention. dead
SJ375 Humane Treatment for Companion Animals Education Week; designating as first week in February 2007. dead
SJ376 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference). dead
SJ377 Adoption; Department of Taxation to study current financial incentives in other states to support. passed
SJ378 Driver training programs; joint subcommittee to study revision of curriculum therefor. passed
SJ379 Commending Joe G. Langston. passed
SJ380 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport; JCOTS to study enhanced development of cargo, etc. passed
SJ381 Abortion; Joint Commission on Health Care to study reasons women obtain. dead
SJ382 Supreme Court of Virginia; Crime Commission to study efficiency of summons form published thereby. dead
SJ383 '65 Percent Solution'; General Assembly to recognize problems with and implications thereof. dead
SJ384 Managed care; Department of Medical Assistance Services to continue expanding use thereof. dead
SJ385 Fuel-efficient vehicles and transportation funding; joint subcommittee to study. passed
SJ386 Constitutional amendment; exempts real estate taxes for persons 65 or older, and totally disabled. dead
SJ387 NAFTA Superhighway System & creation of North American Union; Congress to oppose implementation of. dead
SJ388 Health insurance; Department of Medical Assistance Services to study modification to public subsidy. dead
SJ389 Commending Susan W. Evans. passed
SJ390 Health care providers; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of offering liability protection. passed
SJ391 Commending Marshall A. Robinson. passed
SJ392 Celebrating the life of John C. Lester, Jr. passed
SJ393 Real property tax classifications and homestead exemption program; joint subcommittee to study. dead
SJ394 Energy Conservation Awareness Week. dead
SJ395 Substance abuse; JLARC to study impact of issue related thereto on state & local fiscal expenditure. passed
SJ396 Northern Virginia parkland; Governor to establish task force to study. dead
SJ397 Insulin & human growth hormones; DMAS to collect data on costs thereof to Medicaid program, report. dead
SJ398 Constitutional amendment; localities to exempt from taxation percentage of value of property. dead
SJ399 Commending the Goochland High School football team passed
SJ400 Commending Elliott Yamin. passed
SJ401 Open-space & Farmlands; Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights. passed
SJ402 Children with disabilities; JLARC to study financial impact of mandating services under Act. dead
SJ403 Celebrating the life of Dolores P. Lescure. passed
SJ404 Eminent domain; JLARC to conduct comprehensive study of use thereof by governmental entities. dead
SJ405 Celebrating the life of Ivan Hobert Bradley. passed
SJ406 Celebrating the life of Michael Dean Wolfe. passed
SJ407 Celebrating the life of David W. Harned. passed
SJ408 Commending Linda Trexler. passed
SJ409 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Trane McCloud. passed
SJ410 Commending the Chancellor High School field hockey team. passed
SJ411 Commending the Louisa County High School football team passed
SJ412 Commending Bon Secours Richmond Health System. passed
SJ413 Commending the Phoebus High School football team passed
SJ414 Commending the Amherst High School football team. passed
SJ415 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ416 Memorializing the Virginia Congressional Delegation and the Governor to urge Congress to timely reau dead
SJ417 Commending Denny Hamlin. passed
SJ418 Judicial circuits; joint Senate & House Committees for Courts of Justice to study redistricting. passed
SJ419 Gang prevention activities; joint subcommittee to study availability and efficacy thereof. dead
SJ420 Hampton Roads: America's First Region; recognizing as brand for Southeast Virginia. passed
SJ421 Commending Brenda F. Cowlbeck. passed
SJ422 Celebrating the life of Lewis Latane Trice. passed
SJ423 Celebrating the life of James R. Olin. passed
SJ424 Commending the County of Nelson on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed
SJ425 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property (first reference). dead
SJ426 Commending David B. Nichols. passed
SJ427 Commending Virginia's certified Primary Stroke Centers. passed
SJ428 Commending Project Lifesaver. passed
SJ429 Celebrating the life of Judge Perry Wilson Sarver, Sr. passed
SJ430 Celebrating the life of John L. Heatwole. passed
SJ431 Commending Eleanor Rogers White. passed
SJ432 Celebrating the life of Ralph Keister Bowles. passed
SJ433 Commending the Hidden Valley High School women's varsity soccer team passed
SJ434 Celebrating the life of Bernard Lawrence Savage. passed
SJ435 Celebrating the life of Trula Jalene Parsell Peach. passed
SJ436 Celebrating the life of Ronald Eugene Brown. passed
SJ437 Celebrating the life of William Joseph Ellis. passed
SJ438 Commending the Virginia Institute of Autism on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed
SJ439 Commending the Isle of Wight Academy football team. passed
SJ440 Commending the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed
SJ441 Commending the Richlands High School marching band. passed
SJ442 North American Union; urging Congress to withdraw any multilateral activity which seeks to create. dead
SJ443 Constitutional amendment; localities may provide partial exemption of taxes on taxpayer's residence. dead
SJ444 General Assembly; confirming appointment of Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. passed
SJ445 Marshall Plan; recognizing 60th anniversary thereof. passed
SJ446 Korean American Day; designating as January 13, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed
SJ447 Commending Billy Wagner. passed
SJ448 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Quarles Stamps. passed
SJ449 Commending Daisy Portuondo. dead
SJ450 Celebrating the life of Augustus C. Johnson. passed
SJ451 Celebrating the life of Helen Talbert Huber. passed
SJ452 Commending Chief Michael P. Neuhard. passed
SJ453 Commending Tina H. Allman. passed
SJ454 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ455 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ456 Celebrating the life of Allen Hampton Kitchens. passed
SJ457 Celebrating the life of Carl W. Smith. passed
SJ458 Celebrating the life of Allie Ray Hull. passed
SJ459 Celebrating the life of Roy S. Smith. passed
SJ460 Commending the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. passed
SJ461 Celebrating the life of Jane Ross Francis Wagner. passed
SJ462 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Darryl Demetrial Booker. passed
SJ463 Commending the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments on its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ464 Commending Access National Bank. passed
SJ465 Commending Georgia Graves. passed
SJ466 Commending Fran and John Lovaas. passed
SJ467 Commending Wendell Byrd. passed
SJ468 Commemorating the centennial of United Parcel Service of America, Inc.. passed
SJ469 Commending the Deep Run High School football team. passed
SJ470 Commending the George Mason High School International Baccalaureate program. passed
SJ471 Commending the Virginia Department of State Police. passed
SJ472 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph T. Fitzpatrick. passed
SJ473 Celebrating the life of John F. Hughes. passed
SJ474 Commending Cynthia L. Oman. passed
SJ475 Celebrating the life of Milton Glaser. passed
SJ476 Commending the City of Roanoke on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed
SJ477 Commending Virginia State University on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed
SJ478 Commending the hosts, speakers, planners, coordinators, participants, volunteers, and citizens invol passed
SJ479 Commemorating the settlement of Jamestown on the occasion of its 400th anniversary. passed
SJ480 Celebrating the life of Earl Nickoll Levitt. passed
SJ481 Commending Judith N. Knudson. passed
SJ482 Celebrating the life of James D. Kornwolf. passed
SJ483 Commending the Alan Bukzin Memorial bone marrow drive. passed
SJ484 Celebrating posthumously the life and heroism of Edward Ratcliff. passed
SJ485 Celebrating the life of Walter J. Scruggs. passed
SJ486 Commending Charles A. Banks. passed
SJ487 Sudan; Retirement System to study feasibility of restricting investments in companies related to. dead
SJ488 Commending Phillip Earl Morris, Jr. passed
SJ489 Celebrating the life of Ollie M. Bowman, Jr. passed
SJ490 Celebrating the life of Johnnie Lee Bell Bunch. passed
SJ491 Commending the Council on Virginia's Future for the creation of the Virginia Performs website. dead
SJ492 Governor; confirming appointments. passed
SJ493 Commending Frederick P. Parker. passed
SJ494 Celebrating the life of William A. Truban. passed
SJ495 Commending Roanoke Area Ministries and RAM House. passed
SJ496 Commending the Virginia Beach Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on the occasion of it passed
SJ497 Celebrating the life of Mildred Lee Copeland Gilliam. passed
SJ498 Commending Ashburn-Sterling Masonic Lodge No. 288 on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed
SJ499 Celebrating the life of Corporal Nicholas P. Rapavi. passed
SJ500 Commending General John P. Abizaid. passed
SJ501 Commending the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center. passed
SJ502 Celebrating the life of Robert Bates Ball, Sr. passed
SJ503 Celebrating the life and work of William H. Moses, Jr. passed
SJ504 Celebrating the life of Howard Garth Goben. passed
SJ505 Celebrating the life of Josephine Marshall. passed
SJ506 Celebrating the life of James Woodrow Wilkerson. passed
SJ507 Celebrating the life of Sidney A. Bailey. passed
SJ508 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Joshua J. Frazier. passed
SJ509 Celebrating the life of Gordon Wallace Shelton, Jr. passed
SJ510 Celebrating the life of Darth Edward Turner. passed
SJ511 Celebrating the life of Charles Q. Williams. passed
SJ512 Celebrating the life of Angel Janell Jackson. passed
SJ513 Celebrating the life of Herbert Levi Sharpe, Jr. passed
SJ514 Celebrating the life of Lafayette Meekins, Jr. passed
SJ515 Commending the County of Loudoun on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed
SJ516 Commending Gesher Jewish Day School on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed
SJ517 Commending Iliana Sanchez. passed
SJ518 Celebrating the life of John A. Van de Walle. passed
SJ519 Commending Carlisle and Linda Bannister. passed
SJ520 Commending Lynbrook Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ521 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' soccer team. passed
SJ522 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' soccer team. passed
SJ523 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' cross country team. passed
SJ524 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' cross country team. passed
SJ525 Commending the Clarke County High School boys' outdoor track team. passed
SJ526 Commeding the Clarke County High School cheer squad. passed
SJ527 Commending Clarke County High School. passed
SJ528 Celebrating the life of Louis Rowe. passed
SJ529 Commending Mountain City Lodge No. 67, AF & AM, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed
SJ530 Celebrating the life of Adelard Lionel Brault. passed
SJ531 Commending the U.S. Open Cycling Championships. passed
SJ532 Commending Thomas M. Berry, Jr. passed
SJ533 Commending Walter R. T. Witschey. passed
SJ534 Celebrating the life of Major General Adrian St. John II. passed
SJ535 Celebrating the life of Max Carrol Chapman. passed
SJ536 Commending the Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center. passed
SJ537 Commending the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ538 Commending Antioch Baptist Church. passed
SJ539 Celebrating the life of Terry S. Mason, Sr. passed
SJ540 Commending the Atlantic Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed
SJ541 Commending Oliver White Hill, Sr. passed
SJ542 Celebrating the life of Roy O. Stevens. passed
SJ543 Commending the Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center. introduced
SR37 Senate; 2007 operating budget. passed
SR38 Rules of the Senate; proposed amendment. dead
SR39 Rules of the Senate; proposed amendment. passed
SR40 Commending Laura Jane Atkinson May Dwyer. passed
SR41 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed
SR42 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed
SR43 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
SR44 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
SR45 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR46 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed
SR47 High voltage transmission lines; SCC encouraged to attend public hearings pertaining thereto. dead
SR48 Rules of Senate; proposed amendment. dead
SR49 Celebrating the life of Frank B. Nelms, Sr. passed
SR50 Commending Brian Strobel. passed
SR51 Commending Steven E. Wilson. passed
SR52 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed
SR53 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed
SR54 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR55 Celebrating the life of Catherine M. Cox. passed
SR56 Celebrating the life of William F. Neel. passed
SR57 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris. passed
SR58 Celebrating the life of Herbert Valentine Kelly, Sr. passed
SR59 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed
SR60 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed
SR61 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
SR62 Commending Edward L. Hughes. passed
SR63 Celebrating the life of Vivian Frazier Green. passed
SR64 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nomination. passed
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